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City of Troy
AGENDA. TROY CITY COUNCIL
MONDAY. MAY 2. 2016, 7:00 P.M.
COUNCIL CHAMBERS. CITY HALL

INVOCATION
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
excuses by motion/second/roll call vote

ROLL CALL
SUMMARY OF MINUTES

April 18, 2016 Meeting

motion/second/roll call vote

April 25, 2016 Special Meeting

motion/second/roll call vote

COMMITTEE REPORTS
Citizen comments on committee reports or agenda items - two minute limit
RESOLUTIONS
1st Reading

R-21-2016

Authorize application for CDBG projects for PY2016

R-22-2016

Authorize agreement with AFSCME bargaining unit for 2016-2018

EMERGENCY

1st Reading

R-23-2016

Authorize agreement with AFSCME Park bargaining unit for 2016-2018

EMERGENCY

1st Reading

R-24-2016

Loan from Small Business Development Revolving Loan Fund, Smith's


Boathouse Restaurant, LLC $152,300

EMERGENCY

1st Reading

R-25-2016

Loan from Small Business Development Revolving Loan Fund,


Adventures on the Great Miami, LLC $26,000

EMERGENCY

1st Reading

R-26-2017

Request County Auditor to certify millage for funding levy for park and recreation

EMERGENCY 1st Reading

ORDINANCES
0-20-2016

Zoning of Trader Annexation, lnlots 10578 & 10579, from County zoning of A-2, General
Agriculture to City zoning A, Agricultural District

3rd Reading

0-21-2016

Zoning of Cheney Annexation, lnlot 10574 from County zoning of R-1AAA, Single-Family,
to City zoning of M-2, Light Industrial District

3rd Reading

0-22-2016

Rezoning of IL 9678 from M-2, Light Industrial District, and B-2, General Business District,
to the single zoning of B-2, General Business District

3rd Reading

0-27-2016

Salary Ordinance, AFSCME represented employees for 2016-2018

1st Reading

0-28-2016

Rezone part of IL 39 (16 S. Short St.) from B-2, General Business District, to R-5,
Single Family Residence District
PUBLIC HEARING 5-16-2016

1st Reading

0-29-2016

Rezone IL 8661 (532 Grant St./619 Lincoln Ave.) from M-2, Light industrial District, to OR-1,
PUBLIC HEARING 5-16-2016
Office Residential District

1st Reading

EMERGENCY

COMMUNICATIONS/ANNOUNCEMENTS
COMMENTS:

Mayor, Director of Public Service & Safety, Director of Law, Auditor, Council President

COMMENTS:

Council

COMMENTS:

Staff

COMMENTS:

Audience

ADJOURN
NOTE:

Committee meetings may take place prior to or following Council meeting

CITY OF TROY MISSION STATEMENT:


Through sound and prudent leadership, the City of Troy is committed to sustaining its continued prominence as a regional
hub by providing a well-balanced community for its residents, businesses and visitors, consisting of a vibrant downtown, growing
economic base, strong educational environment, and plentiful recreational opportunities strengthened by public/private cooperation
and grounded in financial stability.

DISPOSITION OF ORDINANCES AND RESOLUTIONS


Troy City Council Meeting

Date of Meeting: May 2, 2016


DESCRIPTION

RESOLUTION NO.

CDBG Application

R-21-2016

Agreement - AFSCME

R-22-2016

Agreement - AFSCME PARK

R-23-2016

Loan - Smith's Boathouse Rest.

R-24-2016

Loan - Adventures on the Great Miami

R-25-2016

Request Co. Auditor to provide


certification related to park levy

R-26-2016

1ST READING

2ND READING

3RD READING

PUBLIC HEARING

SUSPENSION

ADOPTION

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ORDINANCE NO.
Zoning Trader Annex - A

0-20-2016

4/4/2016

4/18/2016

4/18/2016

Zoning Cheney Annex - M-2

0-21-2016

4/4/2016

4/18/2016

4/18/2016

Rezone IL 9678, by 1201 Brukner Dr.


from M-2 & B-2 to M-2

0-22-2016

4/4/2016

4/18/2016

4/18/2016

Salary Ord. AFSCME

0-27-2016

Rezone 16 S Short, B-2 to R-5

0-28-2016

Rezone 532 Grant M-2 to OR-1

0-29-2016

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April 18, 2016


MINUTES OF COUNCIL
A regular session of Troy City Council was held Monday, April 18, 2016, at 7:00 p.m. in Council Chambers.
Members Present:
Heath, Kendall, Oda, Phillips, Snee, Terwilliger, Tremblay and Twiss.
Upon motion of Mr. Kendall, seconded by Mr. Tremblay, Mr. Schweser was excused from this meeting by
unanimous roll call vote.
Presiding Officer:

Martha A. Baker,

President of Council

Others Present:

Michael L. Beamish,
Patrick E. J. Titterington,
Grant D. Kerber,
John E. Frigge,

Mayor
Director of Public Service and Safety
Director of Law
Auditor

PUBLIC HEARINGS:
1. At 7:02 p.m., Mrs. Baker declared open a public hearing on Ordinance No. 0-20-2016, zoning of Trader
Annexation, lnlots 10578 & 10579, from County zoning of A-2, General Agriculture to City zoning A,
Agricultural District.
There were no comments in this regard, and at 7:03 p.m., Mrs. Baker declared this public hearing
closed.
2. At 7:03 p.m., Mrs. Baker declared open a public hearing on Ordinance No. 0-21-2016, Zoning of
Cheney Annexation, lnlot 10574, from County zoning of R-1AAA, Single-Family, to City zoning of M-2,
Light Industrial District.
There were no comments in this regard, and at 7:04 p.m., Mrs. Baker declared this public hearing
closed.
3. At 7:05 p.m., Mrs. Baker declared open a public hearing on Ordinance No. 0-22-2016, rezoning of IL
9678 from M-2, Light Industrial District, and B-2, General Business District, to the single zoning of B-2,
General Business District.
There were no comments in this regard, and at 7:05 p.m., Mrs. Baker declared this public hearing
closed.
MINUTES: The Clerk gave a summary of the minutes of the April 4, 2016 meeting of Troy City Council. There
were no corrections or additions to these minutes. A motion was made by Mr. Tremblay, seconded by Mr.
Phillips, to approve these minutes. Motion passed by unanimous roll call vote.
COMMITTEE REPORTS:
Community and Economic Development Committee: Mr. Twiss, Chairman, reported as follows:
1) Committee recommends legislation be prepared to transfer part of OL 91 (land behind Lincoln
Community Center) to the Troy City School District Board of Education.
2) Committee recommends legislation be prepared authorizing the Director of Public Service and Safety
advertise for bids and enter into a Cash Farm Lease Agreement for approximately 69 acres located
north of Duke Park.
Reports signed by Kendall, Schweser and Twiss.
Personnel: Mr. Terwilliger commented that the Mayor has asked for approval of two appointments to the City
Beautification Committee. A motion was made by Mr. Terwilliger, seconded by Mrs. Snee, to approve the
appointments of Phyllis Dawkins and Mary Davis to the City Beautification Committee for terms commencing
immediately and ending July of 2017. Motion passed by unanimous vote.
Recreation and Parks Committee: Mr. Heath, Chairman, reported that Committee recommends legislation be
prepared authorizing the Director of Public Service and Safety to execute the Treasure Island Non-Ticketed Use
Agreements for concert events to be held June 25, July 9 and July 23 at Treasure Island Park, noting that as all
three events will include the sale of alcoholic beverages, such agreements require approval of Council.
Report signed by Oda, Tremblay and Heath.
Streets and Sidewalks Committee: Mr. Phillips, Chairman, reported that Committee recommends legislation be
prepared to authorize the consent legislation provide by the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT} to
include a small portion of SR 718 in a paving program at no cost to the City. Based on the ODOT format,
Committee supports emergency legislation.
Report signed by Snee and Phillips.
CITIZEN COMMENTS: Lester Conard, 1210 S. Clay Street, asked why the legislation regarding the Treasure
Island events was emergency. Mr. Titterington advised that was to allow for the time needed to apply for the
temporary liquor permits and work out the other details regarding the concerts.

April 18, 2016

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RESOLUTION NO. R-18-2016


RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC SERVICE AND SAFETY OF THE CITY OF
TROY, OHIO TO ADVERTISE FOR BIDS FOR A FARM LEASE AGREEMENT FOR LAND LOCATED NORTH
OF THE PAUL G. DUKE PARK
This Resolution was given first title reading.
Discussion: In response to Mrs. Oda, Mr. Titterington advised that about 69 acres would be farmed.
Mr. Kendall moved for suspension of rules requiring three readings. Motion seconded by Mr. Twiss.
Yes:
Snee, Kendall, Phillips, Terwilliger, Oda, Tremblay, Heath and Twiss.
No:
None.
Mr. Phillips moved for adoption. Motion seconded by Mr. Kendall.
Yes:
Kendall, Phillips, Terwilliger, Oda, Tremblay, Heath, Twiss and Snee.
No:
None.
RESOLUTION ADOPTED
RESOLUTION NO. R-19-2016
A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING CONSENT AND COOPERATION WITH THE OHIO DEPARTMENT OF
TRANSPORTATION FOR THE RESURFACING OF STATE ROUTE 718 WITHIN THE RIGHT-OF-WAY OF
THE CITY OF TROY, OHIO IN FY 2017 AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY
This Resolution was given first title reading.
Mr. Phillips moved for suspension of rules requiring three readings. Motion seconded by Mr. Tremblay.
Yes:
Phillips, Terwilliger, Oda, Tremblay, Heath, Twiss, Snee and Kendall.
No:
None.
Mr. Kendall moved for adoption. Motion seconded by Mr. Heath.
Yes:
Terwilliger, Oda, Tremblay, Heath, Twiss, Snee, Kendall and Phillips.
No:
None.
RESOLUTION ADOPTED

ORDINANCE NO. 0-20-2016


ORDINANCE CHANGING THE ZONING OF INLOTS 10578 AND 10579 IN THE CITY OF TROY, OHIO FROM
THE MIAMI COUNTY ZONING OF A-2, GENERAL AGRICULTURE, TO THE CITY OF TROY ZONING OF A,
AGRICULTURAL DISTRICT
This Ordinance'was given first title reading on April 4, 2016.
Given Public Hearing and second title reading.

ORDINANCE NO. 0-21-2016


ORDINANCE CHANGING THE ZONING OF INLOT 10574 IN THE CITY OF TROY, OHIO, FROM THE MIAMI
COUNTY ZONING OF R-1AAA, SINGLE-FAMILY, TO THE CITY OF TROY ZONING OF M-2, LIGHT
INDUSTRIAL DISTRICT
This Ordinance was given first title reading on April 4, 2016.
Given Public Hearing and second title reading.
ORDINANCE NO. 0-22-2016
ORDINANCE CHANGING THE ZONING OF INLOT 9678 (PARCEL NO. DOB-105060) IN THE CITY OF
TROY, OHIO FROM THE DUAL ZONING OF M-2, LIGHT INDUSTRIAL DISTRICT AND B-2, GENERAL
BUSINESS DISTRICT TO THE SINGLE ZONING OF B-2, GENERAL BUSINESS DISTRICT
This Ordinance was given first title reading on April 4, 2016.
Given Public Hearing and second title reading.

ORDINANCE NO. 0-24-2016


ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE TRANSFER OF THE OWNERSHIP OF PART OF OUTLOT 91 TO THE
TROY CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD OF EDUCATION
This Ordinance was given first title reading.

April 18, 2016

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Mr. Heath moved for suspension of rules requiring three readings. Motion seconded by Mr. Twiss.
Oda, Tremblay, Heath, Twiss, Snee, Kendall, Phillips and Terwilliger.
Yes:
No:
None.
Mr. Phillips moved for adoption. Motion seconded by Mr. Twiss.
Yes:
Tremblay, Heath, Twiss, Snee, Kendall, Phillips, Terwilliger and Oda.
No:
None.
ORDINANCE ADOPTED

ORDINANCE NO. 0-25-2016


ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 0-42-2015, APPROPRIATING FUNDS NECESSARY FOR THE
VARIOUS DEPARTMENTS AND OFFICES OF THE CITY OF TROY, OHIO
This Ordinance was given first title reading.
Mr. Tremblay moved for suspension of rules requiring three readings. Motion seconded by Mr. Heath.
Heath, Twiss, Snee, Kendall, Phillips, Terwilliger, Oda and Tremblay.
Yes:
No:
None.
Mr. Phillips moved for adoption. Motion seconded by Mr. Twiss.
Yes:
Twiss, Snee, Kendall, Phillips, Terwilliger, Oda, Tremblay and Heath.
ORDINANCE ADOPTED
No:
None.

ORDINANCE NO. 0-26-2016


ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC SERVICE AND SAFETY OF THE CITY OF TROY,
OHIO TO EXECUTE TRESURE ISLAND NON-TICKETED USE AGREEMENTS FOR 2016 EVENTS AT
TREASURE ISLAND PARK AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY
This Ordinance was given first title reading.
Mr. Phillips moved for suspension of rules requiring three readings. Motion seconded by Mr. Kendall.
Yes:
Snee, Kendall, Phillips, Terwilliger, Oda, Tremblay, Heath and Twiss.
No:
None.
Mr. Phillips moved for adoption. Motion seconded by Mr. Kendall.
Yes:
Kendall, Phillips, Terwilliger, Oda, Tremblay, Heath, Twiss and Snee.
No:
None.
ORDINANCE ADOPTED

COMMENTS OF MAYOR BEAMISH:


Beautification Committee.

Mayor Beamish thanked Council for the appointments to the City

COMMENTS OF PRESIDENT OF COUNCIL: Mrs. Baker congratulated Fire Department secretary Kim Rohr on
her retirement.
AUDIENCE COMMENTS:
Regarding a mountain bike trail:
-James Thompson, 209 Nottinghill Lane, spoke regarding a mountain bike trail that is being established within
cemetery property, adjacent to his property. He commented that considerable work has been done and he
feels the committee involved in the project have overstepped their bounds, especially as he understood the
project was on hold.
-Mayor Beamish commented that he believes the ad hoc committee is interested in promoting cycling options to
appeal to all ages and to assist the City in maintaining, and even improving, the Bicycle Friendly Community
status. He noted that issue of access to the trail still has to be resolved.
-Mr. Titterington advised that he had walked the site, the work that had been done had respected the area, he
noted that trees that had just fallen across old paths had been cleared away, and the City is still waiting for the
resolution to ingress and egress to the site.
-Jill Weaver, 618 Orchard Drive, objected to the mountain bike trail, commenting that the neighboring property
owners need to have their properties protected, and she wanted to know the plans to develop an additional trail
on the property.
-Mrs. Baker and Mr. Titterington advised that there is no schedule at this time as any other trail development is
on hold until access issues have been resolved. Mrs. Baker commented that this is an administrative decision,
not a Council decision.

April 18, 2016

Page Four

-Tony O'Neal, 249 Riverside Drive, stated his objection to the work that has been done on the trail and how
much has been cleared, the closeness of the work to his property, and that there was no notice to or
He said he had been told the City would not invest funds in the trail
communication with the neighbors.
development, but believes that any work at all by the City at the site has a cost.
-Wade Westfall, 2570 Troy-Sidney Road, stated his support of the trail, that he enjoys not having to drive to
another community for mountain bike trail riding, and believes it will bring people into Troy who spend money
while here and support the economy,
-Mike Treon, 413 Bear Run, Piqua, stated he uses the trail and supports the further development of it. He
commented that Piqua had a similar issue, but once the facility was built, it has turned out to be an asset to the
community.
-Craig Carroll, 2221 Blazing Star Drive, Tipp City, stated he uses the trail and supports the further development
of it, the riders are respectful people, and he believes the more it is used by respectful bikers will serve to keep
riffraff and drug users out.
Other:
-Lester Conard 1210 S. Clay Street, commented that he believes other park areas need to be maintained, that
the City cares about money and not citizens, the police should concentrate on handling drug activity and not
sending letters to a 97 year old resident about a flat tire.
-Nancy Kesley, 1183 Edison Avenue, asked about plans for mosquito fogging, stating her concerns with
diseases spread by mosquitos, and that the City consider fogging the entire City. Mr. Titterington commented
that the City has been doing limited fogging and would continue that. It was also noted that some citizens are
concerned with the chemicals used to fog.

EXECUTIVE SESSION: A motion was made by Mr. Kendall, seconded by Mrs. Snee, to recess into executive
session for discussion of preparing for, conducting or reviewing negotiations or bargaining sessions with public
employees concerning their compensation or other terms and conditions of their employment.
Motion passed, unanimous roll call vote.
At 8:19 p.m. Council recessed into Executive session.
A motion was made by Mr. Kendall, seconded by Mr. Phillips, to return to regular session.
Motion passed by unanimous roll call vote.
At 8:31 p.m. Council returned to regular session and, there being no further business, adjourned .

Clerk of Council

President of Council

April 25, 2016


MINUTES OF COUNCIL
A special session of Troy City Council was held Monday, April 25, 2016, at 5:30 p.m. in Council Chambers.
Members Present: Heath, Kendall, Oda, Phillips, Schweser, Snee, Terwilliger and Tremblay.
Upon motion of Mrs. Snee, seconded by Mr. Kendall, Mr. Twiss was excused from this meeting by unanimous
roll call vote.
Presiding Officer:

Martha A Baker,

President of Council

Others Present:

Michael L. Beamish
Patrick E. J. Titterington
Grant D. Kerber
John E. Frigge

Mayor
Director of Public Service and Safety
Director of Law
Auditor

NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING OF TROY CITY COUNCIL:


The Notice of Special Meeting was read and signed. The original notice is attached to the original minutes.
The notice stated the purpose of the meeting was to consider R-20-2016, accepting the report of the fact finder
concerning the City of Troy and AFSCME Ohio Council 8, and declaring an emergency. This meeting is called by
Council President Baker pursuant to Rule XXV of the Troy City Council Rules for Procedure.
COMMITTEE REPORTS:

None

RESOLUTION NO. R-20-2016


RESOLUTION ACCEPTING THE REPORT OF THE FACT FINDER CONCERNING THE CITY OF TROY
AND AFSCME OHIO COUNCIL 8, AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY
This Resolution was given first title reading.
Mr. Kendall moved for suspension of rules requiring three readings. Motion seconded by Mr. Tremblay.
Yes:
Tremblay, Heath, Schweser, Snee, Kendall, Phillips, Terwilliger and Oda.
No:
None.
Mr. Kendall moved for adoption. Motion seconded by Mr. Schweser.
Yes:
Heath, Schweser, Snee, Kendall, Phillips, Terwilliger, Oda and Tremblay.
No:
None.
RESOLUTION ADOPTED

There being no further business, the meeting adjourned at 5:35 p.m.

Clerk of Council

President of Council

COMMITTEE REPORT
TROY CITY COUNCIL
TO:

Mrs. Baker, President of Council

FROM:

Community & Economic Development Committee

SUBJECT:

REZONING ORDINANCES 0-20-2016, 0-21-2016, AND 0-22-2016

DATE: April 27, 2016

SUMMARY REPORT: (to be read at Council meeting)


This Committee met on April 27 to provide a recommendation to Council regarding three rezoning applications that
have been presented to Council. We note that all three applications have been recommended for approval by the
Troy Planning Commission. We also note that public hearings were held on each application, and there were no
comments made at the public hearings related to the requested rezonings. Each application is discussed in the
detailed report. We have individually considered each application and support each rezoning application.
RECOMMENDATION: (to be read at Council meeting)
It is the recommendation of this Committee that:

Council should approve Ordinance No. 0-20-2016.


Council should approve Ordinance No. 0-21-2016.
Council should approve Ordinance No. 0-22-2016.
Respectfully submitted,

Thomas M. Kendall

John W. Schweser

William C. Twiss, Chairman


Community & Economic Development Committee
DETAILED REPORT:
This Committee met on April 27, 2016 to provide a recommendation to Council regarding three pending rezoning
applications.
The meeting was also attended by Mayor Beamish, Council Members Oda, Tremblay, Phillips,
Terwilliger and Heath, the Director of Law, the Director of Public Service and Safety, members of the City staff,
and citizens.
The rezoning applications are:
1.

0-20-2016, zoning of Trader Annexation, lnlots 10578 & 10579, from County zoning of A-2, General
Agriculture to City zoning A, Agricultural District. This will apply a City zoning to recently annexed land,
consisting of 34.469 acres. This property is located east of De Weese Road and north of Troy-Urbana Road.
The rezoning has been recommended by the Troy Planning Commission. Council held a public hearing on
April 18 and no comments were made regarding the rezoning. We support the findings of the Troy Planning
Commission that lnlots 10578 and 10579, known as the Trader Annexation, be rezoned from the County
zoning of A-2, General Agriculture District, to the City of Troy zoning of A, Agricultural District, based on
the findings of staff that:

The proposed rezoning is consistent with the intent and purposes of the City of Troy Zoning Code;
The proposed rezoning is consistent with the surrounding zoning districts;

COMMITTEE REPORT
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2.

0-21-2016, Zoning of Cheney Annexation, lnlot 10574, from County zoning of R-lAAA, Single-Family, to
City zoning of M-2, Light Industrial District. This will apply a City zoning to recently annexed land consisting
of 1.243 acres. This lot is located south of the Archer Drive/Peters Road Intersection.
The rezoning has been recommended by the Troy Planning Commission. Council held a public hearing on
April 18 and no comments were made regarding the rezoning.
We support the findings of the Troy Planning Commission that lnlot 10574, known as the Cheney
Annexation, be rezoned from the County zoning of R-lAAA, Single-Family, to the City zoning of M-2, Light
Industrial District, based on the findings of staff that:

3.

Proposed use is consistent with the requested zoning district and the proposed City of Troy zoning
district; and
The proposed rezoning is consistent with the City of Troy Comprehensive Plan.

The proposed rezoning is consistent with the intent and purposes of the City of Troy Zoning Code;
The proposed rezoning is consistent with the surrounding zoning districts; and
The proposed rezoning is consistent with the City of Troy Comprehensive Plan.

0-22-2016, rezoning of IL 9678 from the dual zoning of M-2, Light Industrial District, and B-2, General
Business District, to the single zoning of B-2, General Business District. This lot consists of 1.649 acres and is
located adjacent to 1201 Brukner Drive. The property owner is Earhart Brothers Leasing, LLC, and the
applicant is J. Tim Logan. The rezoning has been recommended by the Troy Planning Commission.
Council held a public hearing on April 18 and no comments were made regarding the rezoning. We
support the findings of staff that that lnlot 9678 (parcel# DOB-105060) be rezoned from the dual zoning of
M-2, Light Industrial District, and B-2, General Business District, to the single zoning of B-2, General Business
District, based on the findings of staff that:

The area has similar "buffer" zoning to the north of the proposed zoning classification; and
The parcel meets the bulk requirements for a 8-2 zoned property and fits the proposed use well;
and
The proposed rezoning is consistent with the intent and purposes of the City of Troy Zoning Code.

RECOMMENDATION:
It is the recommendation of this Committee that:

cc:

Council should approve Ordinance No. 0-20-2016.


Council should approve Ordinance No. 0-21-2016.
Council should approve Ordinance No. 0-22-2016.

Council, Mayor, Mr. Kerber, Mr. Frigge, Mr. Titterington, Clerk, staff, media

COMMITTEE REPORT
TROY CITY COUNCIL
TO:

Mrs. Baker, President of Council

FROM:

Finance Committee

SUBJECT:

PY 2016 CDBG PROGRAM

DATE: April 27, 2016

SUMMARY REPORT: (to be read at Council meeting)


On April 27, this Committee met to review the CDBG Community Development Allocation Grant Program for Project Year (PY)
2016. Troy's allocation will be $150,000. This includes $75,000 that was allowed to be held over from PY 2015.
RECOMMENDATION: (to be read at Council meeting)
We recommend that legislation be prepared to approve authorizing submittal of an application for the PY 2016 CDBG funds to be
used for the following funds, which meet the criteria for the use of the funds:

$ 10,000 Lincoln Community Center Swimming Pool access device installation


$ 40,000 Treasure Island universal accessibility dock installation
$ 85,000 Sidewalk street corner accessibility ramp installations in East Troy
$ 3,000 Fair Housing Program
$ 12,000 General Administration
$150,000 Total
Respectfully submitted,

John W. Schweser

Douglas W. Tremblay

Thomas M. Kendall, Chairman


Finance Committee
DETAILED REPORT:
This Committee met April 27, 2016, to review the CDBG Community Development Allocation Grant Program for project year (PY)
2016 The meeting was also attended by Mayor Beamish, Council Members Twiss, Oda, Heath, Phillips and Terwillinger, the
Director of Law, the Director of Public Service and Safety, members of the City staff, and citizens.
Under the program, the City is eligible to receive $150,000 of PY 2016 (7/1/16-6/30/17) CDBG funds to be used for qualifying
projects. This includes $75,000 the Ohio Development Services Agency (ODSA) allowed to be held over from PY 2015. The
funds must be expended by 12/31/17. These are Federal Funds and must benefit Low/Moderate Income (LMI) households or
programs that serve LMI areas. From these funds, the City can pay for professional services/environmental reviews required for
project administration and provide the yearly payment to the Miami County Fair Housing Program. The Development Director has
recommended that the following project be authorized for this funding as meeting the program criteria and being within the
funding allocation :

$ 10,000 Lincoln Community Center Swimming Pool access device installation


$ 40,000 Treasure Island universal accessibility dock installation
$ 85,000 Sidewalk street corner accessibility ramp installations in East Troy
$ 3,000 Fair Housing Program
$ 12,000 General Administration
$150,000 Total

RECOMMENDATION:
We support the above and recommend that legislation be prepared to approve filing an application for PY 2016 CDBG funds for
the items explained above.
Cc:

Council, Mayor, Mr. Livingston, Mr. Titterington, Clerk, media, file

COMMITTEE REPORT
TROY CITY COUNCIL
TO:

Mrs. Baker, President of Council

FROM:

Finance Committee

SUBJECT:

SBD LOANS MIAMI, LLC

DATE:

April 29, 2016

SMITH'S BOATHOUSE RESTAURANT, LLC AND ADVENTURES ON THE GREAT

SUMMARY: (to be read at Council meeting)


On April 29 this Committee met to consider the recommendation of the Loan Review Committee that loan applications
be approved for the two new concession operators at the Marina Building at Treasure Island Park from the Small
Business Development Revolving Loan Fund (SBD). Both loans will be adequately secured. There is an adequate
fund balance for both loans with a balance remaining to be considered for other applicants as well.
The loan to Adventures on the Great Miami, LLC (Chris Jackson) would be in the amount of $26,000, payable over
three years.
The loan to Smith's Boathouse Restaurant, LLC (Larry S. Smith and Ronald A. Smith) would be in the amount of
$152, 300, payable over 10 years.
RECOMMENDATION: (to be read at Council meeting)
This Committee supports the recommendations of the Loan Review Committee, and we recommend that legislation
be prepared to:
1.
2.

Approve the $26,000 loan to Adventures on the Great Miami, LLC.


Approve the $152,300 loan to Smith's Boathouse Restaurant, LLC. As is permitted at the discretion of
Council, we support exceeding the guidelines for the SBD Loan Fund amounts and concur with the
contingency clause noted in the detailed report.

We further support that both Resolutions would be emergency legislation so that the loans can be closed without
delay.
Respectfully submitted,

Douglas W. Tremblay

John W. Schweser

Thomas M. Kendall, Chairman


Finance Committee
DETAILED REPORT:
On April 29, 2016, this Committee met to consider the recommendation of the Loan Review Committee that Council
approves the application for two separate loans to the new concession operators at the Marina Building at Treasure
Island Park from the Small Business Development Revolving Loan Fund (SBD). This meeting was also attended by
Mayor Beamish, Council Member Schweser, and members of the City staff.
On April 28, the Loan Review Committee met to consider the following applications to the Small Business
Development Revolving Loan Committee, and have recommended the following:
(1) Applicant:

Adventures on the Great Miami, LLC


(Chris Jackson)

Purpose:

Funding to purchase signage and additional equipment for the canoe and kayak rental
business location Treasure Island Park.

Loan Amount:

$26,000 (includes 1.5 points closing fee)

Committee Report
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Terms:

3 years, interest rate of 3% annual simple interest

Security:

Second mortgage on the property located at 1945 - 1995 Ross Road and a UCC lien on all
of the business assets and a personal guarantee

The total value of the project is $25,500. The City loan is 100% of this business expansion project. The loan
will facilitate the applicant getting the business established within the Marina Building at Treasure Island Park.
(2) Applicant:

Smith's Boathouse Restaurant, LLC


(Larry S. Smith and Ronald A. Smith)

Purpose:

Funding to make leasehold improvements and purchase equipment for the proposed
restaurant in the Treasure Island Marina Building.

Loan Amount:

$152,300 (includes 1.5 points closing fee)

Terms:

10 years; 1% interest only payments the first six months; 3% interest only payments the
second six months; and 3% interest and principal payments thereafter.

Security:

UCC lien on all of the business assets, and personal guarantees of Larry S. Smith and
Ronald A. Smith.

Variances:

Contingency clause to forgive up to $49,900 of debt if a D5F Liquor Permit is denied by the
State of Ohio.
Exceeding the loan guidelines of $50,000.

The total value of the project is $300,000. The City loan is 50% of this project. The balance of this project will
be funded by a loan from Huntington Bank and family funded equity. The loan will facilitate the applicant getting
the restaurant at Treasure Island Park opened as soon as possible.
There is an adequate fund balance for both loans with a balance remaining to be considered for other applicants as
well.
RECOMMENDATION:
This Committee supports the recommendations of the Loan Review Committee, and we recommend that legislation
be prepared to:
3.
4.

Approve the $26,000 loan to Adventures on the Great Miami, LLC.


Approve the $152,300 loan to Smith's Boathouse Restaurant, LLC. As is permitted at the discretion of
Council, we support exceeding the guidelines for the SBD Loan Fund amounts and concur with the
contingency clause.
We further support that both Resolutions would be emergency legislation so that the loans can be closed without
delay.

Cc:

Council , Mayor, Mr. Titterington, Mr. Kerber, Mr. Frigge, Clerk, file, media

COMMITTEE REPORT
TROY CITY COUNCIL
TO:

Mrs. Baker, President of Council

FROM:

Recreation and Parks Committee

SUBJECT:

OPERATION RECREATION 2020

DATE: April 28, 2016

SUMMARY REPORT: (to be read at Council meeting)


On April 27, this Committee met to consider a request by a group of local recreational organizations that the Council
place a 10 year capital property tax levy on the November 8 ballot. The Committee discussed unanswered questions
from the April 25 meeting, where the group emphasized that they would be responsible for endorsing, educating,
marketing, and campaigning. The group recognized that the Council would be placing the issue on the ballot at group's
request and not as a City-run levy. Our Committee meeting followed a workshop on April 25 that included Council, the
Board of Park Commissioners and the Troy Recreation Board.
The first step in a levy process is Council enacts a Resolution that requests the Miami County Auditor to certify the
millage that would be required to support the requested levy. The second step would be for Council to pass an
Ordinance to place the question on the November 8 ballot.
RECOMMENDATION: (to be read at Council meeting)
It is the recommendation of this Committee that legislation be prepared requesting the Miami County Auditor to provide
the necessary certification identifying the millage required to generate $1,000,000 in revenues per year.
We also
support that the legislation is presented as an emergency measure so that we can then consider the second piece of
legislation regarding placing the levy on the ballot.
Respectfully submitted,

Robin I. Oda

Douglas W. Tremblay

Brock A. Heath, Chairman


Recreation and Parks Committee
DETAILED REPORT:
On April 25, 2016, Council met in a workshop session chaired by Council President Baker to consider a request of a
group of local recreational organizations known as the Operation Recreation 2020 Levy Committee that Council place a
ten year levy on the November ballot so that the electors could vote to determine if the levy could be passed. This levy
would provide the funding for the renovation and enhancement of existing and new facility projects within the City of
Troy Park System, including the improvement of areas of Duke Park that have not been developed, renovations and
maintenance to the Troy Senior Citizens Center, the development of a driving range at the Miami Shores Golf Course,
and the renovation of the clubhouse at Miami Shores. The workshop was attended by members of Council (with Mr.
Twiss absent), Council President Baker, Mayor Beamish, the Director of Law, the City Auditor, the Director of Public
Service and Safety, the three members of the Board of Park Commissioners, the five members of the Troy Recreation
Board, representatives of the organizations requesting the levy, members of City staff, and citizens.
A presentation was made by a representative of the Levy Committee, followed by discussions and questions. The written
presentation is attached to this report.
The estimated cost of the proposed improvements and enhancements is:
$13,200,000
Duke Park Improvements
$ 1,500,000
Miami Shores Golf Course Improvements
$
100,000
Renovations/Maintenance at the Senior Citizens Center
The total cost of $14,800,000 includes the acquisition of Duke Park North, which has already been done. Of the total
cost, approximately 49% would be non-levy funding, including the already paid land acquisition. Most of balance of the
49% would come from a combination of grants/Foundations and private pledges, and it would be the responsibility of

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the Levy Committee to secure the grants, Foundation funding, and pledges. The $8,000,000 gap is what would be
funded by a Park Levy. The current estimate is that it would require no more than 2 mills for that levy amount, which
would calculate to $70 a year for a $100,000 home.
The Board of Park Commissioners unanimously recommended to Troy City Council that a Park Levy be placed on the
November ballot so that the electors of Troy can determine if the levy will be supported. The members of the Troy
Recreation Board (with Mr. Jackson absent at this time), while verbally supporting the vision and concept, failed to
second a motion supporting the request.
Following the Board discussions, the eight members of Council attending unanimously approved a motion that
another meeting should be set to answer questions raised during the Workshop.
This matter was then assigned to the Recreation and Parks Committee, which met on April 27. In addition to the
Committee members, that meeting was attended by Council Members Phillips, Terwilliger, Twiss, Kendall and
Schweser, Mayor Beamish, the Director of Law, the Director of Public Service and Safety, members of the City staff,
and citizens. Prior to our meeting, we received follow up information from the questions at the April 25 Workshop.
A copy of the follow up information is attached to this report.
Those questions were discussed in detail. Council
Member Phillips, as the President of the Miracle League organization and Chair of the fundraising committee, also
responded to questions on behalf of the Levy Committee. Mr. Phillips apologized that other members of the
organization could not be there on short notice, because their recreational programs were in mid-season.
The first step in a levy process is Council enacts a Resolution that requests the Miami County Auditor to certify the
millage that would be required to support the requested levy. The second step would be for Council to pass an
Ordinance to place the question on the November 8 ballot.
The Director of Public Service and Safety noted that just because Council would approve a Resolution to the County
Auditor, that does not automatically mean that City Council approves an Ordinance to place the issue on the ballot.
Rather, those are two pieces of legislation and would be considered by Council at two different meetings.
If the levy is approved and the other funding secured, the City would later have other requirements of bidding
elements of the project (as the property owner), administering the projects, bonding the project to have the funds
available to pay the contracts, receipting the funds (both levy and private) to pay the ten year debt service.
RECOMMENDATION:
It is the recommendation of this Committee that legislation be prepared requesting the Miami County Auditor to provide
We also
the necessary certification identifying the millage required to generate $1,000,000 in revenues per year.
support that the legislation is presented as an emergency measure so that we can then consider the second piece of
legislation regarding placing the levy on the ballot.

Encl.

Cc:

Council, Mayor, Mr. Livingston, Mr. Titterington, Clerk, media, file

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AGENDA. MONDAY, APRIL 25, 2016

Approx. 5:30 p.m.


COUNCIL CHAMBERS, SECOND FLOOR
CITY HALL

WORKSHOP
BOARD OF PARK COMMISSIONERS
TROY RECREATION BOARD
TROY CITY COUNCIL
(WORKSHOP Will COMMENCE FOLLOWING THE CONCLUSION OF A SPECIAL MEETING OF CITY COUNCIL)

I.

BOARD OF PARK COMMISSIONERS:


A.

Consider Treasure Island Non-Ticketed Use Agreement for concert "Stranger at Treasure
Island Park" on July 9. This concert was confirmed by the band after the last Park Board
meeting when two other events were approved.

B.

Consider a recommendation to Troy City Council regarding Operation Recreation


1.

II.

TROY RECREATION BOARD


A.

Ill.

Consider a recommendation to Troy City Council regarding Operation Recreation

COMMITIEE MEETING~ TROY CITY COUNCIL AS A COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE


(Chaired by Council President Baker)
A.

cc:

Presentation by Mr. Steve Felton, VP Troy Junior Baseball and member of


Operation Recreation grassroots committee

Review recommendations of Board of Park Commissioners and Troy Recreation Board;


provide a recommendation to Council regarding Operation Recreation

Troy City Council


Board of Park Commissioners
Recreation Board
Mayor Beamish
City Auditor
Director of law
Director Public Service & Safety
Recreation Director and Assistant Recreation Director
Superintendent of Parks
media

4-25-16
Operation Recreation 2020 Levy Committee

To: City of Troy, Board of Parks Commissioners - President Alan Kappers


Recreation Board, President - Martin Hobart
City Council, President - Martha Baker
We, of the Operation Recreation 2020 levy Committee, come before you this evening to request the
Board of Parks Commissioners support and recommend to the City Council of Troy, legislation regarding
a PARK LEVY for the improvement and enhancement of existing and new facility projects within the City
of Troy Park system. To put before the voters of the City of Troy the question of a Park Levy in the
amount of 2.0 mils or less to generate $8 Million for the items outlined in Attachment 1 of this letter.
This levy would be for the duration of ten years and sun setting at the end of that term. At the 2.0 mils
requested level, the cost to the voter would be approximately $70 per $100K of property valuation.
We are looking to partner with the City of Troy in financing and supporting these Park projects. The
Operation Recreation 2020 levy Committee is committed to raising our target of $4 Million. We look at

this as the "Hobart Model" of fundraising in this public/private endeavor.


We represent the following organizations:
Troy Junior Baseball - Midwest Ohio Baseball -Troy Christian High School- Troy High School Softball
Organization - Troy Junior Trojans Baseball - Troy POST 43 & Troy Tl Boosters, Inc - Troy Soccer Club Troy Senior Services Center and Miami Shores Golf Course.
We all have a strong support base of adults and children, of all abilities, represented in the organizations
identified above. We all have related and diverse needs related to Parks properties in the City of Troy.
We cannot stress enough the comprehensive nature of this Parks renovation and enhancement to
existing and new facilities. Open space, renovated facilities, organized fields of play for a variety of users
and ages are integral for the overall health of our community and the heart of activities for thousands of
residents and visitors in this outstanding community. All of the diverse and inclusive amenities provided

by the City of Troy work as economic development tools in addition to the pride residents feel in their
community.
Here is a very brief outline from each organization describing what this means to them:
Troy Junior Basebatr is a 30 year old baseball organization that touches over 540 kids ranging in age
from 5-15 years of age on 48 teams. There are approximately 500 league games each season depending
on their troubles with high water at their 25A and Eldean Rd facility. All but two schools in Miami County
are represented on the various teams with TJB. Typically around 4000 kids, adults, grandparents and
spectators will either attend or participate on some level with baseball through TJB each year. TJB
experiences 10-15 days of rainouts each year, excluding seasons that have been wiped out altogether.
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TJB has come to the point of being cut-off from regular funding sources due to the constant and reoccurring repair or replacement of fields or infrastructure due to flooding of their facility. By moving the
TJB operation to DUKE Park we wilt be able to focus on the mission of TJB by having fun, coaching and
developing kids without the stress and financial strain of facility repair year after year. TJB looks forward
to the partnership with the City of Troyl Park maintenance Staff and other members of the baseball
community at a safe and beautiful addition to the City ofTroy Park system.

Midwest Ohio Baseball and other groups bring local, state and nationwide tournaments to our City. This
is vital to traveling and select league sports groups for large scale events. Th is not only showcases the
City of Troy and our surroundings but is a great addition for local motels, restaurants and other
businesses directly and indirectly as an economic development tool for our Chamber of Commerce and
Tourist Bureau.
Troy Christian HS has also had their troubles with water flooding at their property on 25A and Eldean
Rds. In addition, they will be losing their fields in the near future and are committed to contributing to
this project. TCHS usually has Junior Varsity and Varsity baseball, Varsity Softball and a Teener League
team using these fields. There are approximately 35 games throughout the spring and summer in
addition to the practices by all teams.
Troy HS Softball normally has Varsity, Junior Varsity and Freshman teams each year. Approx 65 players
per season from

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grade through high school run through this program. With approximately 130

families involved locally. The season is 119 days plus 4 weeks of off season camps and general
instruction. The THSS organization plays teams from Lima to Cincinnati and Columbus to Indiana. A
facility to accommodate all of the team play with all of the organizations in this project will enhance and
assist in growing our organizations and provide an outstanding asset to the City of Troy.
Troy Junior Trojans Baseball serves 100 families per season exclusively from the Troy City School
District. Local and tournament play includes teams from the Greater Dayton area. Six of the nine teams
play on two fields which have caused scheduling conflicts with the 70 game season, not including rain
days. We fully support this project for a variety of reasons from Economic benefit to Troy; ease the
pressure of playing fields and an absolute benefit to the City of Troy.
Troy Post 43 Baseball / T.L Baseball Boosters, Inc. directly provides baseball for 60 players (3 teams)
ages 14-18. Besides providing exposure for talented youngsters to compete and pursue baseball at the
college level, the organization sponsors 8 to 10 baseball and softball tournaments annually at the Duke
Park venue. These tournaments involve hundreds of boys and girls of all ages from all over Ohio and the
Midwest. The T.L. Baseball Boosters sponsor 4 leagues in the fall for boys and girls ranging in age from 8
to 18 and typically involve nearly 200 participants. Troy Post 43 Baseball

T.L. Baseball Boosters Inc.

support this much needed project.


Trojans Soccer Club is dedicated to providing a positive environment for developing individual as well as
team based soccer skills. This is done by providing a variety of soccer experiences, extending from a
social game environment to the highest competitive-level match play available in the area. In addition to
fostering a love of soccer, our clubs goals are to Instill in our youth the life lessons needed in adulthood,

through the teaching of responsibility, sportsmanship, fair play and hard work.
TSC was established in 1985 and currently fields teams in the under 8-17 age groups, both boys and
girls. Teams play at various levels. We are currently competing in the MVYSA and BPYSL leagues.
Troy Senior Services Center Troy Senior Citizens Center is dedicated to providing education,
socialization, activities, and self enrichment for our members and other area senior citizens. We want to
improve quality of life and keep the Body and Mind Active. We are in need of some capital
improvements: roof replacement, exterior siding, foundation drainage, sidewalks and curbing, parking
lot resurfacing, modest interior renovations with screens for windows and doors, two areas of carpet,
ceiling tiles, and the shuffleboard area restored.
Miami Shores would be greatly enhanced by the development of a complete driving range and
Clubhouse renovations. Miami Shores Golf Course opened in 1949. It has been the home golf course for
approximately 275 season pass holders and hundreds of daily fee players for many years. The Clubhouse
is in need of an upgrade. The infrastructure has deteriorated to the point where electrical outlets are no
longer safe, more space is needed for storage, and the need for a new H-VAC system is necessary. With
the upgrade, improvement, and a more modern look, the Clubhouse would become a place where
patrons would be proud to take their families and guests for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. It would also
enhance and create a positive appearance.
Miami Shores Golf Course has never had a Driving Range. The need for a new Driving Range is now more
important than ever because of the need to help Grow the Game of Golf. We have many new people
(Adults and Juniors) who would like to learn to play golf but have few facilities that have the practice
areas with a place to teach these new customers. Also, our current golfers and High School Goff Teams
have nowhere to conveniently practice and hone their skills. A Driving Range wilt also attract new golf
events like High School Golf Teams local, district, and state tournaments. All Corporate and Fund Raising
golf events like to have a Driving Range available for warming up. More importantly, the Driving Range
would also be another revenue source.

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Stakeholder Representative and Organization

We represent the organizations mentioned above and request the Board of Parks Commissioners
recommend and support our request for the Operation Recreation2020 park levy to the City of Troy City
Council.

Dave Minton - Troy Junior Baseball, Treasurer


Wade Westfall- Midwest Ohio Baseball, President
Jeff Sakal - Troy Christian High School, Director of Athletics
William, L. Wolke - Troy Junior Trojans Baseball
Scott Beeler- Troy High School Softball
Irvin "Frosty" Brown - Troy Post 43 BasebalJ & TL Baseball Boosters, Inc, Head Coach and Chairman
Casey Hubbell - Troy Soccer Club, President
Tamara Baynard-Ganger - Troy Senior Services Center, Executive Director
Gary Weaver - Miami Shores Executive Committee, President

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Attachment One
Operation Recreation 2020
Itemized Project descriptors -

Duke Park Improvements:

$11.2

Duke Park North developments - 9 baseball fields plus infrastructure


Duke Park South developments -three full size soccer fields plus infrastructure
Duke Park Maintenance Building

Senior Citizens Center:

$100K

Roof replacement
Exterior siding
Foundation drainage
Sidewalks and curbing
Doors and windows
Interior renovations
Parking lot resurfacing
Shuffleboard courts
Miami Shores Golf Course:

$1.SM

Clubhouse and land (not golf course) renovations


Driving range

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Operation Recreation 2020: A Vision for Troy's Recreational Amenities


Investment Description
Duke Park Enhancements
Duke Expansion Acquisition
Duke Park North Development
Duke Park Infrastructure
Duke Park South Development
Park Maintenance Building

Senior Citizens Center

Total
Cost

City
Funds

City

Grants&
Foundations

G&F
%

Private
Pledges

Private

Subtotal
Non-Levy

NonLevy%

Levy
Proceeds

Levy

$12,100,000

$1,135,000

1.3.1%

$940,000

1.4"

$4,000,000

31.5%

$6,615,000

52.6%

$6,025,000

41.4%

$1,500,000
$9,500,000
$400,000
$1,000,000
$300,000

$660,000
$742,188
$231,250
$78,125
$23,438

44.0%
7.8%
57.8%
7.8%
7.8%

$840,000
$100,000

56.0%
1.1%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%

$4,000,000

42.1%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%

$1,500,000
$4,842,188
$231,250
$78,125
$23,438

100.0%
51.0%
57.8%
7.8%
7.8%

$0
$4,657,813
$168,750
$921,875
$276,563

49.0%
42.2%
92.2%
92.2%

$100,000

$1,813

7.8%

$0

0.0%

$0

0.0%

$7,813

7.8%

$92,188

92.2%

Parking Lot Resurfacing

$25,000
$5,000
$5,000
$5,000
$15,000
$5,000
$10,000
$30,000

$1,953
$391
$391
$391
$1,172
$391
$781
$2,344

Miami Shores Golf Course

$1,500,000

$111,188

$1,250,000
$250,000

$97,656
$19,531

$14,300,000

$1,860,000

Roof Replacement {Metal)


Exterior Re-siding
Foundation Drainage
Shuffleboard Courts
Sidewalks and Curbing
Doors and Windows
Interior Renovations

Clubhouse and Land Renovations


Driving Range

Grand Total

$1,953
$391
$391
$391
$1,172
$391
$781
$2,344
0.0%

$0

13.01%
Interest
Rate

5
10
15

2.00%
2.500..(,
3.00%
3.SOOA

$940,000
Annual

Debt Svc
$1,631,243
$877,875
$643,325
$540,319

6.57%

$4,000,000

0.0%

$23,047
$4,609
$4,609
$4,609
$13,828
$4,609
$9,219
$27,656
- "'

0.0%

$117,188

7.8%

$97,656
$19,531

Term
(Years)

zo

$0

7.8%

27.97%

$6,800..000

$1,382,813

92.2%

$1,152,344
$230,469
47.55%

$7,500,000 52.45%

Mills
Needed**
3.48
1.87
1.37
1.15

aued on $8 mllllon pp, lndudlns flnenclnl costs ..1 mlll pnentes $493,150 at 95% collection rate or$468,492

04/22/16

TROY OHIO

Patrick E. J. Titterington

100 S. Market Street, P. 0. Box 3003


Troy, Ohio 45373-7303
phone: (937) 335-1725/fax: (937) 339-8601
.tifterington@froyohio.gov

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TO:

Martha Baker, President, Troy City Council

FROM:

Patrick E. J. Titterington, Director of Public Service and Safety {

DATE:

April 27, 2016

SUBJECT:

FOLLOW UP INFORMATION FROM OPERATION RECREATION LEVY WORKSHOP

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At its April 25th Committee of the Whole workshop, City Council requested additional information,
based on to several questions asked by members of Council, as well as the Park and Recreation Board
members. The questions and answers are as follows:
1. What does the City parcel on which the driving range would be built look like?
A copy of the parcel map is attached.
2.

Is there an individual or committee assigned for grants, fundraising?


A levy committee, named the "Operation Recreation Levy Committee" or ORLC has
already been formed and the list of member stakeholders was provided on the third
page of the request letter in the workshop packet.

3. With this additional land, is Park Department capable of maintaining it?


Based on discussions with the Park Superintendent, the City would need to increase the
operating seasonal staffing budget by approximately $25,000 to accommodate the
additional mowing and maintenance requirements. Current five-year projections of the
General Fund would support that modest increase. Note that this amount is the most
conservative estimate, assuming no responsibilities to the stakeholders.
4.

Is there a priority list of what will be funded?


No because each improvement is part of the overall Operation Recreation effort. The
effort began as an initiative to eventually relocate the Knoop Fields to Duke Park. When
the City purchased the northern farmland, there was no timetable on making that
happen nor was there any commitment that the City would be funding a complex. As
part of the evaluation process by the stakeholder group, recognizing the other needs in
the City recreation arena, namely with regards to soccer, seniors, and golf, those
components were included to provide additional benefits to the varied recreational
interests in and around Troy.

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April 27, 2016 - Page 2 of 4

Should funding goals not be reached, each component would be scaled back
proportionally based on their percentage of the overall vision. One of the decisions may
be that the project is not completed if the overall resources aren't enough to provide a
minimum amount of benefit. That would have to be a decision made after any reassessment.
5. Why should Troy's landowners fund these improvements when participants from
outside of Troy may use them?
First, providing these amenities provide more and better recreational amenities and
opportunities for all age groups, especially Troy's youth. Second, it creates a further
draw for tourism, visitors, and economic development dollars, by property owners and
outsiders. Property owners will see significant indirect benefit through attracting
participants, spectators, and tourists from within and outside of the Miami Valley.
Ultimately, improving our recreational amenities and offerings should attract workers
and families to Troy, which will improve not only the workforce availability for our
companies but ultimately our local economy. Third, the number of outsiders using
these improvements would be minimal.
6. What is the need for these improvements?
a. The Knoop Fields have experienced severe annual flooding events since those
programs moved to that location. Hundreds of thousands of dollars have been
spent by foundations, grants, and other private funding to repair and replace
assets there. Those funding resources will apparently no longer be available.
Recreational programming has been severely limited as well. Demand for those
fields, in addition to the various neighborhood fields in Troy has been increasing.
b. Participants in the Troy Soccer Club, SAY, and recreational soccer programs have
been increasing and demand for fields exceeds the supply in Troy, according to
the Recreation Director
c. The Senior Citizens Center is an aging facility with basic maintenance needs to
keep it fully functioning.
d. The Miami Shores clubhouse has substandard concession, electrical, plumbing,
storage and restroom/locker facilities. Adding a driving range should provide for
additional daily golf course use as well as attract more tournaments.
e. The Park Maintenance Facility, currently located next to Hobart Arena, is aging
and undersized for Park operations. Relocating the facility to Duke Park will
provide greater efficiencies and space for staff operations.
7. Why fast track? Why can't this go slower to have time to review and understand?
While it may appear that the project is on a 'fast track,' in reality several of the
improvements have been waiting years, if not decades for completion. Those include
the additional soccer fields (Duke Park south owned for 25+ years), driving range (S+
years), and Miami Shores clubhouse (over 10 years). Most of the improvements

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April 27, 2016 - Page 3 of 4

requested would take an entire season to construct, if not longer. Given the seasonality
of the amenities, any delay past the November gth Presidential Election will add at least
a year to the availability of these improvements for use. Sources historically tapped to
repair Knoop Fields after flooding events have indicated their desire to continue to
provide funding will be discontinued.
As for "reviewing and understanding/' the stakeholders are merely asking City Council
to place the issue on the ballot for voters to decide. They recognize that this is not a
City-endorsed levy and that they and they alone are responsible for education,
marketing, and campaigning to convince voters to support this limited capital levy. Of
course, the City staff will provide any detailed information necessary to answer
questions, based on the fact that we are the owners of the land, amenities, and
facilities. However, it is strictly at City Council's option whether it would wish to
officially endorse the Operation Recreation Levy Committee's campaign.
8. What is ballot schedule?
Working backwards, the Presidential Election is November gth. A City Council ordinance
asking for the issue to be placed on the ballot must be certified to the Miami County
Board of Elections on or before August 10th. To ensure 3 readings and the 30 days
before an ordinance becomes effective, the first reading of that ordinance would be on
June 6th. Before that ordinance can be read, the Miami County Auditor must officially
certify the amount of millage needed to support the amount requested for each of the
ten years. That must be done by resolution at City Council's May 16th meeting. Note
that resolution must be passed by suspension of the rules and as an emergency to
accommodate the rest of the schedule outlined above.
9. If insufficient private resources are raised but the levy passes, can the levy be rescinded
and if so what is that process?
Yes, the City Council can pass a resolution requesting the Miami County Auditor to
rescind or repeal the levy. The City would then continue to lease the Duke Park north
portion to farming operations until such future time as priorities change and resources
become available.
10. Should the City Council consider a higher levy amount in case private donations do not
reach their goal?
That is a decision for City Council. However, the ORLC is only asking for 2 mills because
they want a partnership similar to the Hobart model used in the 1950s to construct the
stadium, Arena, etc. Remember from the proposed spreadsheet that the City has
already invested in the northern Duke Park farmland purchase and would be committing
additional General Fund support over the construction and financing period.

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(all funding and cost information is estimated)
lnvest_ment De_scription
Duke Park Enhancements

Duke Expansion Acquisition


Duke Park North Development
Miracle League
Duke Park Infrastructure
Duke Park South Development
Park Maintenance Building
Senior Citizens Center

Roof Replacement (Metal)


Exterior Re-siding
Foundation Drainage
Shuffleboard Courts
Sidewalks and Curbing
Doors and Windows
Interior Renovations
Parking Lot Resurfacing
Miami Shores Golf Course

Clubhouse and Land Renovations


Driving Range
Grand Total

Total
Cost

Total
%

City
Funds

City
%

Grants &
Foundations

G&F
%

Private
Pledges

Private
%

Subtotal
Non-Levy

NonLevy%

Levy
Proceeds

Levy
%

$13,200,000

89.2%

$1,735,000

13.1%

$1,440,000

10.9%

$4,000,000

30.3%

$7,175,000

54.4%

$6,025,000

45.6%

$1,500,000
$9,500,000
$500,000
$400,000
$1,000,000
$300,000

10.1%
64.2%
3.4%
2.7%
6.8%
2.0%

$660,000
$742,188

$840,000
$100,000
$500,000

56.0%
1.1%
100.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%

$4,000,000

$231,250
$78,125
$23,438

44.0%
7.8%
0.0%
57.8%
7.8%
7.8%

42.1%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%

$1,500,000
$4,842,188
$500,000
$231,250
$78,125
$23,438

100.0%
51.0%
100.0%
57.8%
7.8%
7.8%

$0
$4,657,813
$0
$168,750
$921,875
$276,563

0.0%
49.0%
0.0%
42.2%
92.2%
92.2%

$100,000

0.7%

$7,813

7.8%

$0

0.0%

$0

0.0%

$7,813

7.8%

$92,188

92.2%

10.1%

$1,250,000
$250,000
$14,800;000

$117,188

7.8%

$0

0.0%

0.0%

$0

$1,860,000
Term
(Years)
5
10
15
20

$117,188

7.8%

12.57%
Interest
Rate
2.00%
2.50%
3.00%
3.50%

$1,440,000
Annual
Debt Svc*
$1,739,993
$936,400
$686,214
$576,340

9.73%

$4,000,000

27.03%

$7,300,000

$1,382,813

92.2%

$1,152,344
$230,469

$97,656
$19,531

$97,656
$19,531
100.00%

$23,047
$4,609
$4,609
$4,609
$13,828
$4,609
$9,219
$27,656

$1,953
$391
$391
$391
$1,172
$391
$781
$2,344

$1,953
$391
$391
$391
$1,172
$391
$781
$2,344

$25,000
$5,000
$5,000
$5,000
$15,000
$5,000
$10,000
$30,000
$1,500,000

so_

49.32%

$7,500,000

50.68%

Mills
Needed ..
3.71
2.00
1.46
1.2~

eased on $8 million gap, Including financing costs .. 1 mill generates $493,150 at 95% collection rate or$468,492

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RESOLUTION No..

R-21-2016

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RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC


SERVICE AND SAFElY OF THE CllY OF TROY. OHIO TO FILE
AN APPLICATION FOR THE USE OF PY 2016 COMMUNITY
DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT FUNDS

WHEREAS, the City has been advised by the Ohio Development Services Agency that One
Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars ($150,000.00) is available in PY 2016 CDBG funds for certain projects
to be utilized in 2016 - 2017, and

WHEREAS, the City participates in the Miami County Fair Housing Program, and will provide
financial support in the amount of Three Thousand Dollars and no/100 ($3,000.00) to this cause, and

WHEREAS, the City recommends participation in Program Administration at a cost not to


exceed Twelve Thousand Dollars and no/100 ($12,000.00), and

WHEREAS, the City recommends funds for a Lincoln Community Center Swimming Pool
access device and installation in the amount of Ten Thousand Dollars and no/100 ($10,000.00), and

WHEREAS, the City recommends funds for a Treasure Island universal accessibility dock and
installation in the amount of Forty Thousand Dollars and no/100 ($40,000.00) and

WHEREAS, the City recommends funds for sidewalk street comer accessibility ramp
installations in East Troy in the amount of Eighty-Five Thousand Dollars and no/100 ($85,000.00),

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Council of the City of Troy, Ohio, as follows:
SECTION I:

That the Director of Public Service and Safety of the City of Troy, Ohio is hereby

authorized to make application for the use of the PY 2016 allocation of CDBG funds to the Miami
County Fair Housing Program, participation in Program Administration, the Lincoln Community Center
Swimming Pool access device and installation, the Treasure Island universal accessibility dock and
installation, and sidewalk street comer accessibility ramp installations in East Troy.

SECTION II:

That this Resolution shall be effective at the ear1iest date allowed by law.

Adopted: - - - - - - - - - President of Council


Approved: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

Attest_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __
Clerk of Council

Mayor

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RESOLUTION No.

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RESOLUTION
AUTHORIZING THE DIRECTOR OF
PUBLIC SERVICE AND SAFETY OF THE CITY OF TROY.
OHIO. TO ENTER INTO AN AGREEMENT WITH OHIO
COUNCIL 8, AMERICAN FEDERATION OF STATE.
COUNTY AND MUNICIPAL EMPLOYEES. AFL-CIO. AND
LOCAL 1342, AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY

WHEREAS, the City of Troy and Ohio Council 8, American Federation of State,
County and Municipal Employees, AFL-CIO, and Local 1342 have entered into
negotiations and reached an agreement as to wages, benefits and other terms and
conditions of employment with the City of Troy, and

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WHEREAS, the Council approves the terms of that agreement,


NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Council of the City of Troy, as
follows:
SECTION I: That the Director of Public Service and Safety of the City of Troy,

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Ohio is hereby authorized to enter into an agreement with the Ohio Council 8, American

agreement sets for wages, benefits and other terms and conditions of employment for

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the years 2016 - 2018.

Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, AFL-CIO, and Local 1342, which

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immediate preservation of the public peace, health, and safety of the City of Troy; Ohio,

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and for the further reason that the agreement must be effective immediately to facilitate

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and enable the City to insure continuous operation of City functions; NOW,
WHEREFORE, this Resolution shall be effective immediately upon its adoption and
approval by the Mayor.

Adopted:_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __
President of Council
Approved: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

Attest:-----------Clerk of Council

Mayor

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RESOLUTION No..

R-23-2016

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RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE BOARD OF PARK


COMMISSIONERS OF THE CITY OF TROY. OHIO. TO
ENTER INTO AN AGREEMENT WITH OHIO COUNCIL 8.
AMERICAN FEDERATION OF STATE. COUNTY AND
MUNICIPAL EMPLOYEES. AFL-CIO. AND LOCAL 1342-P.
AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY

WHEREAS, the Board of Park Commissioners and Ohio Council 8, American


Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, AFL-CIO, and local 1342-P
have entered into negotiations and reached an agreement as to wages, benefits and
other terms and conditions of employment with the Board of Park Commissioners, and

WHEREAS, the Council approves the terms of that agreement,

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Council of the City of Troy, as

follows:

SECTION I: That the Board of Park Commissioners of the City of Troy, Ohio is
hereby authorized to enter into an agreement with the Ohio Council 8, American
Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, AFL-CIO, and Local 1342-P,
which agreement sets for wages, benefits and other terms and conditions of
employment for the years 2016 - 2018.

SECTION II: That this Resolution is an emergency measure necessary for the

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immediate preservation of the public peace, health, and safety of the City of Troy, Ohio,

and for the further reason that the agreement must be effective immediately to facilitate

and enable the City to insure continuous operation of City functions; NOW,
WHEREFORE, this Resolution shall be effective immediately upon its adoption and
approval by the Mayor.

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President of Council
Approved:_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

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Mayor

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RESOLUT ON Noe

R-24-2016

RESOLUTION APPROVING THE APPLICATION OF SMITH'S


BOATHOUSE RESTAURANT, LLC FOR ASSISTANCE FROM
THE SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT REVOLVING LOAN
FUND AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY

WHEREAS, Council has previously adopted Resolution R-11-2007, which established

guidelines for the Small Business Development Revolving Loan Fund, and
WHEREAS, Smith's Boathouse Restaurant, LLC made an application for a loan of

$152,300 of such funds to assist the equipping and alteration of a restaurant in the Treasure
Island Marina building, and
WHEREAS, as security for this loan, Smith's Boathouse Restaurant, LLC offers a UCC

lien on all of the business's assets and personal guarantees of the business owners Larry S.
Smith and Ronald A Smith, and
WHEREAS, the Loan Review Committee considered the unusual size and scope of the

project and determined that the application warranted a deviation from the standard loan terms
in the adopted guidelines; and
WHEREAS, the Loan Review Committee reviewed the application of Smith's Boathouse

Restaurant, LLC on April 28, 2016 and recommended its approval.


NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Council of the City of Troy, Ohio, as

follows:
SECTION I: That Council hereby approves the application of Smith's Boathouse

Restaurant, LLC for financial assistance from the Small Business Development Revolving Loan
Fund in the amount of $152,300.00 for a term of ten years; with interest-only payments for the
first six months at 1.0% per annum; interest-only payments for the second six months at 3.0%
per annum; monthly principal and interest payments at 3.0% per annum thereafter; and with the
condition that in the event the Ohio Division of Liquor Control denies issuance of a D5F liquor
permit for the restaurant, the borrower may at its discretion withdraw from the project and
repayment of up to $49,900 of the loan may be forgiven, commensurate with the value to the
City of Troy of fixed improvements made by the borrower to the Marina building, as provided in
the restaurant's lease.
SECTION II: That the Director of Public Service and Safety is hereby authorized to

execute any and all related documents and take whatever actions are necessary to complete
the loan process in accordance with the City and State guidelines and in accordance with the
Finance Committee's report to Council.
SECTION Ill:

That the Director of Public Service and Safety is hereby authorized to

execute any documents necessary for the release and cancellation of security liens securing
this loan at such time that the loan is repaid in full, and that the Law Director is hereby
authorized and directed to cause the recording of such documents necessary for said release.
SECTION IV: That this Resolution is an emergency measure necessary for the immediate

preservation of the public peace, health, and safety of the City of Troy, Ohio, and for the further
reason that time is of the essence to initiate restaurant operations as soon as possible after the
scheduled June 2016 reopening of the Treasure Island Park, NOW, WHEREFORE, this Resolution
shall be effective immediately upon its adoption and approval by the Mayor.

President of Council

Attest:-----------Clerk of Council

Mayor

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RESOLUTION Noe

R-2s-2016

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RESOLUTION
APPROVING
THE
APPLICATION
OF
ADVENTURES ON THE GREAT MIAMI. LLC FOR
ASSISTANCE FROM THE SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT
REVOLVING LOAN FUND AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY

WHEREAS, Council has previously adopted Resolution R-11 -2007, which established

guidelines for the Small Business Development Revolving Loan Fund, and
WHEREAS, Adventures on the Great Miami, LLC made an application for a loan of

$26,000 of such funds to assist the equipping of a canoe/kayak livery business at Treasure
Island Park, and
WHEREAS, as security for this loan, Adventures on the Great Miami, LLC offers a UCC

lien on all of the business's assets, a second mortgage on the business's property at Ross Road
in Bethel Township, and the personal guarantee of the business owner James Christopher
Jackson, and
WHEREAS, the Loan Review Committee reviewed the application of Adventures on the

Great Miami, LLC on April 28, 2016 and recommended its approval.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Council of the City of Troy, Ohio, as

follows:
SECTION I: That Council hereby approves the application of Adventures on the Great

Miami, LLC for financial assistance from the Small Business Development Revolving Loan Fund
in the amount of $26,000.00 for a term of three years with monthly principal and interest
payments at 3.0% per annum.
SECTION II: That the Director of Public Service and Safety is hereby authorized to

execute any and all related documents and take whatever actions are necessary to complete
the loan process in accordance with the City and State guidelines and in accordance with the
Finance Committee's report to Council.
SECTION Ill:

That the Director of Public Service and Safety is hereby authorized to

execute any documents necessary for the release and cancellation of security liens securing
this loan at such time that the loan is repaid in full, and that the Law Director is hereby
authorized and directed to cause the recording of such documents necessary for said release .
SECTION IV: That this Resolution is an emergency measure necessary for the immediate

preservation of the public peace, health, and safety of the City of Troy, Ohio, and for the further
reason that time is of the essence to initiate the business operations as soon as possible after the
scheduled June 2016 reopening of the Treasure Island Park, NOW, WHEREFORE, this Resolution
shall be effective immediately upon its adoption and approval by the Mayor.

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President of Council

Approved: - - - - - - - - - - Attest: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __
Clerk of Council

Mayor

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RESOLUTION No.

R_~26_:-_2016

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RESOLUTION OF NECESSITY DECLARING THE INTENTION


TO LEVY AN ADDITIONAL TAX IN EXCESS OF THE TEN-MILL
LIMITATION FOR THE PURPOSE OF FUNDING PARKS AND
RECREATIONAL UPGRADES IN THE CITY OF TROY. OHIO
AND REQUESTING THE AUDITOR OF MIAMI COUNTY. OHIO
FOR CERTIFICATION OF MILLAGE AND DECLARING AN
EMERGENCY (SECTIONS 5705.03 AND 5705.19(H) OF THE
REVISED CODE)

WHEREAS, it is necessary to levy an additional ten-year dedicated property tax in excess of


the 10-mill limitation upon real estate within the City of Troy, Ohio, for the purpose of collecting
$1 ,000,000 annually for the next 10 years, beginning with tax year 2016 and continuing for tax years
2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022, 2023, 2024, and 2025, to be collected In calendar years 2017,
2018, 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022, 2023, 2024, 2025 and 2026 to provide a portion of the anticipated
funding necessary to accomplish the enhancement of the City of Troy's parks and recreational
facilities, and
WHEREAS, it is advisable to enhance and expand certain Parks and Recreational Facilities
and opportunities in the City of Troy; and
WHEREAS, it is necessary to request certification from the Auditor of Miami County, Ohio, to
determine the correct millage necessary to raise such $1,000,000 annually by such levy upon such
real estate, and
WHEREAS, the City of Troy desires to enhance and expand Duke Park to improve the Miami
Shores Golf Course and its facilities and to repair and improve the Troy Senior Citizens Center; and
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Council of the City of Troy, Ohio, as follows :
SECTION I:

That it is necessary to levy an additional ten-year dedicated property tax in

excess of the 10-mill limitation upon real estate within the City of Troy, Ohio, for the purpose of raising
$1,000,000 annually for ten (10) years, and shall include a levy upon the tax list and duplicate
beginning with the current tax.year, 2016 and continuing for tax years 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021,
2022, 2023, 2024, and 2025; to be collected in calendar years 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022,
2023, 2024, 2025 and 2026; which shall constitute an additional levy for providing for parks and
recreational purposes pursuant to R.C. 5705.19(H), which shall include the further development and
expansion of Duke Park and the repair and enhancement of the Miami Shores Golf Course and
facilities and the Troy Senior Citizens Center.
SECTION II: That the Clerk of this Council be and hereby is directed to immediately certify a
true and correct copy of this resolution to the Auditor of Miami County, Ohio, with instructions to
calculate and certify to this council the annual levy, expressed in dollars and cents for each one
hundred dollars of valuation as well as in mills for each one dollar of valuation, that will be required to
produce the $1,000,000 annually throughout the life of the levy set forth in this resolution in
accordance with Section 5705.03 of the Ohio Revised Code.
SECTION Ill:

That this Resolution is declared to be an emergency measure for the

immediate preservation of the public peace, health and safety of the City of Troy, Ohio, and for the
further reason a certified copy of this Resolution must be presented to the Auditor of Miami County for
certification as soon as possible to allow Council to place said levy upon the ballot for the election to
be held the 8111 day of November, 2016; NOW WHEREFORE, this Resolution shall be effective
immediately upon its adoption and approval by the Mayor.

Adopted :_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __
President of Council
Approved :_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

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CITY OF TROY, OHIO

ORDINANCE No..

0 - 20-2016

ORDINANCE CHANGING THE ZONING OF INLOTS 10578


AND 10579 IN THE CITY OF TROY. OHIO FROM M-2,
FROM THE MIAMI COUNTY ZONING OF A-2. GENERAL
AGRICULTURE. TO THE CITY OF TROY ZONING OF A,
AGRICULTURAL DISTRICT

WHEREAS, a request for zoning change was presented to the Planning


Commission of the City of Troy, Ohio, to rezone Inlets 10578 and 10579 in the City of
Troy, and
WHEREAS, the Planning Commission of the City of Troy, Ohio, has reviewed

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WHEREAS, at least thirty days notice of the public hearing of said change has
been provided in a newspaper of general circulation,
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the Council of the City of Troy, Ohio

as follows:
SECTION I:

That the zoning of Inlets 10578 and 10579 in the City of Troy,

Ohio, and as shown on Exhibit A attached hereto, be changed from the Miami County
zoning of A-2, General Agriculture, to the City of Troy zoning of A, Agricultural District.
SECTION II:
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That this Ordinance shall be effective at the earliest date allowed

bylaw:

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President of Council

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Attest:----------Clerk of Council

Mayor

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point. witness pa!sing 1111 iron pin fmmd st


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DBSCRIPDON
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Harold E. 1Dder
Being a 34-469acretnu:tlocaledin1ht 1autheast mid .IOUlhv.ut quarters afStctiOll 7,
ToWD I, hngc 1 lBTidlU!, 111d Che JKJlihtmt mdJIOl'thwe&t quartaa of Scdian 12,
ToWD 1, IUmge 10 BlMRS, Staunton Township, Miami Cauaty, Ohio, acquiRd by
Harold Tndcr, ILC mid Harold E. Indcr, Tms!Ee by deed DCOJdcd in.Dad Book
770, Page 119 lllldDccd Boole 770, P.,e 113 oftbcMWui. Comztyhcmdcr's Deed
Rlximds, ad bomidcd 11114 cba:JDcd as follows:

Cammaic:iDB farn::famce ca point st the IOUlfleut coma ofthe IOUlbcast quanrz


of Section 7, Town ~.Rap 1lBTMRS; tbmce North 15 dq.-50' -40" West for
802..121t. alaug tbe SOIJlh line of Section 7 to a Jlll8 mil fomid cm the ctDlrdiDc of
Troy-Urbana Raad; 1bawc South 74 deg.-00'-00" Wart far 925.18 ft alOJlfihc
caalG'.line o!Troy-Uihma.Raad to 1P.KJllil set st the southwest comer ofLot 13 of
Fon:.rt VJCw SubdMsian No_3 md ~ the.tme place ofbegimiiDg;
thl21cc, South 74 dq.--OD'--00" Wat for 60.00 A. lloni the
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1hc Soulhaut c:cnu:r- ofLat 1 afFORSt View

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east :line oftbe llfazaaid Lot j flD. 511" diL ClpplCl
mmpia xt 1t1hcJllldlast comer afLot 1. w.itneu
passillg m iron pin1inmd c 30.00 ft;

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JIDlth line ofFon:st Vx:w Subclmsim No. l a PK
JWil act OD die cmltdiuc of:oe.eselta.d md the
City of'Ilvy c:mpntian Jinc. witllCIS pauing I
Sir dia- CllJIPCCI iron pin let It 107"23 ft
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iraD pin found;

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S/8" dia__ capped iron pin set;
thence, South 03 deg.-50'-46"Westfar731.0S1l along a
new division line to a 5/B" diL capped iron pin set
in the north line ofLot 16 of Fares!
Subdivision No_3;

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Lot 13 of"F~ View Subdivision~- 3;

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the SCJllthwest c:omtr ofl..ot 13 and OD the~
of "Jmy-Url.naJtoad, mmling the place of beginning.
witn~ paslling 1111 iron pin fouod iat 250.00 1t.
Con1aiJiiD.11 total of34 ..f69 maes, including 27.624 ~in Section 7, 6.845 ICle.s in
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ORDINANCE No.

0-21-2016

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ORDINANCE CHANGING THE ZONING OF INLOT 10574


IN THE CITY OF TROY. OHIO FROM THE MIAMI COUNTY
ZONING OF R-1AAA. SINGLE-FAMILY. TO THE CITY OF
TROY ZONING OF M-2. LIGHT INDUSTRIAL DISTRICT

WHEREAS, a request for zoning change was presented to the Planning

Commission of the City of Troy, Ohio, to rezone lnlot 10574 in the City of Troy, and
WHEREAS, the Planning Commission of the City of Troy, Ohio, has reviewed

the plan and recommended approval, and


WHEREAS, at least thirty days notice of the public hearing of said change has

been provided in a newspaper of general circulation,


NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the Council of the City of Troy, Ohio

as follows:
SECTION I:

That the zoning of lnlot 10574 in the City of Troy, Ohio, and as

shown on Exhibit A attached hereto, be changed from the Miami County zoning of R1AAA, Single-Family, to the City of Troy zoning of M-2, Light Industrial District.
SECTION II:

That this Ordinance shall be effective at the earliest date allowed

bylaw:

Adopted :_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __
President of Council
Approved: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

Attest:-----------Clerk of Council

Mayor

EXHIBIT A
1.U3 Acre Tnd
for
S . Howard Cheney
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Annexation to the City of Troy

Situated in the Township of Concord, State of Ohio and the County of Miami and further
descnl>ed as follows: Being a part of the Northwest Quarter of Section 33, Town 5, Range 6

Bast
Beginning at 1 point 'Which msrks the Northwest comer of the Northwest Quarter of Section 33,
Town 5, Range 6 East~
thence North 8806'50" ~t, a distance of 184 .23 feet to the POlNT oP BEGJNNJNG;
thence North 8806'50" F.ast, a distance of 476.21 feet to a point on the centerline of Peters
Road;

thence South 0102'45" East with the centerline ofPeters Road, a distance of 96.57 feet to a
point;

thence South 8714'25" West, a distance of 600.40 feet to a point;


thence North 4800'50" East. a distance of 164.l S' to the PO.INT OF BEGINNING; said
descnl>ed 1ract eontaining l .243 Acres, man or less, same being subject to all legal easements
and :restrictions ofrecord.

Description prepared by Neil E. Teaford, Professio%181 Surveyor #7724.


This description is not valid without original seal and signature

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CITY OF TROY, OHIO

ORDINANCE Na~- - 0-22-2016


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ORDINANCE CHANGING THE ZONING OF lNLOT 9678


CPARCEL NO. D08-105060l IN THE CITY OF TROY. OHIO
FROM THE DUAL ZONING OF M-2. LIGHT INDUSTRIAL
DISTRICT AND B-2. GENERAL BUSINESS DISTRICT TO
THE SINGLE ZONING OF B-2, GENERAL BUSINESS
DISTRICT

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WHEREAS, a request for zoning change was presented to the Planning


Commission of the City of Troy, Ohio, to rezone Inlet 9678 (Parcel No. 008-105060) in
the City of Troy, and
WHEREAS, the Planning Commission of the City of Troy, Ohio, has reviewed
the plan and recommended approval, and
WHEREAS, at least thirty days notice of the public hearing of said change has
been provided in a newspaper of general circulation,
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the Council of the City of Troy, Ohio
as follows:
SECTION I:
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That the zoning of lnlot 9678 (Parcel No. 008-105060) in the City

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of Troy, and as shown on Exhibit A attached hereto, is changed from the dual zoning of

M-2, Light Industrial District, and B-2, General Business District, to the single zoning of

B-2, General Business District.

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EXHIBIT A

Legal Description

Siti.tate in the State of Ohio, County of Miami, and City of Tl'Oy to wit:
Being all of Jn lot 9678, in said City of Troy, as evidenced on the
F.A. Archer Partnership Plat in Plat Book 20, Page 69 of the Plat
Records of Miami County, Ohio.
Parcel No. D08-105060

CITY OF TROY, OHIO

ORDINANCE No._ 0 _-2_1 -_20_16_

ORDINANCE FIXING SALARIES AND WAGES OF CERTAIN


EMPLOYEES OF THE CITY OF TROY. OHIO AND DECLARING
AN EMERGENCY

BE IT ORDAINED by the Council of the City of Troy, Ohio, at least two-thirds of the members
concurring as follows :
SECTION I: EMPLOYEES COVERED BY AFSCME AGREEMENT.
That the employees
covered by the AFSCME bargaining unit Agreements will receive the following hourly rates:
Beginning
Jan. 1, 2016
Electrician A
Electrician B
Electrician C

Beginning
Jan. 1, 2017

Beginning
Jan. 1, 2018
hr.
hr.
hr.
hr.
hr.
hr.
hr.
hr.
hr.
hr.
hr.
hr.
hr.
hr.
hr.
hr.
hr.
hr.

$31.94
$29.02
$26.20
$25.17
$26.33
$26.28
$26.11
$25.78
$24.45
$18.74
$24.21
$18.50
$25.89
$24.54
$2S.68
$24.13
$24.54
$23 .91

$32 .58
$29 .60
$26.72
$25.67
$26.86
$26.81
$26.63
$26.30
$24.94
$19 .11
$24.69
$18.87
$26.41
$25.03
$26.19
$24 .61
$25 .03
$24 .39

$33 .23
$30.19
$27.25
$26.18
$27.40
$27 .35
$27 .16
$26.83
$25 .44
$19.49
$25 .18
$19 .25
$26 .94
$25.53
$26.71
$25.10
$25.53
$24.88

$18.23

$18.59

$18.96 hr.

$29.40
$29.17
$28.94
$28.59
$29.40
$28 .32
$28.11
$27 .84
$27.54

$29.99
$29.75
$29.S2
$29.16
$29.99
$28.89
$28.67
$28 .40
$28.09

$30.59
$30.35
$30.11
$29 .74
$30.59
$29 .47
$29.24
$28 .97
$28.65

operator 2
* Operator 1
Operator N*

$26.43
$24.S3
$22.65

$26.96
$25.02
$23.10

$27.50 hr.
$25 .52 hr.
$23.56 hr.

(Water Distribution)
Senior Water Distribution Serviceman
Serviceman 2
Serviceman 1

$29.72
$27.65
$27 .41

$30.31
$28.20
$27 .96

$30.92 hr.
$28.76 hr.
$28.52 hr.

(Utilities)
Senior Sewer Distribution Serviceman

$29.72

$30.31

$30.92 hr.

Truck Driver-Group Leader


Heavy Equipment Operator
Medium Equipment Operator 2 (SM)
Medium Equipment Operator 1 (SM)
Medium Equipment Operator N* (SM)
Laborer 2 Hired prior 1/1/95 (SM)
Laborer 2 Hired post 1/1/95 (SM) (w/Lic.)
Laborer 1 Hired prior 1/1/95 (SM)
Laborer 1 Hired post 1/1/95 (SM) (w/Lic.)
Laborer (Grandfathered Meter Reader)
Light Equ ipment Operator
Paint, Sign & Graphics Technician
Park Serviceman
Park Maintenance Worker
Laborer - Street, SM-N*, Refuse, CEM, Park, MSGC
Laborers hired post January 1, 1995, shall receive the following wage :
Laborer - Street, SM-N*, Refuse, CEM, Park, MSGC
(Water Treatment Plant or Waste Water Treatment Plant)
Mechanic 3
Mechanic 2
Mechanic 1
Mechanic N
Operations Technician
Operator, Class 3
Operator, Class 2
Operator, Class 1
Operator N*

hr.
hr.
hr.
hr.
hr.
hr.
hr.
hr.
hr.

Operators hired post January 1, 1995, shall receive the following wages :

N* - No License
SM - Sewer Maintenance
CEM - Cemetery
MSGC - Miami Shores Golf Course
Grandfathered Meter Reader - abolished when position vacant per 0-11-2009

SECTION II:
That this Ordinance is declared to be an emergency measure necessary for the
immediate preservation of the public peace, health and safety of the City of Troy, Ohio, for the reason that
the salaries provided for herein must be effective immediately to facilitate and enable the employment of
the employees of said City to insure continuous operation of the City functions; wherefore this Ordinance
shall be effective immediately upon its adoption and approval by the Mayor and the 2016 salaries and
wages shall be retroactive to and effective January 1, 2016.

Adopted :._ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __
President of Council
Approved :. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

Attest: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __
Clerk of Council

Mayor

CITY OF TROY, OHIO

ORDINANCE No.

o-2a-2016

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ORDINANCE CHANGING THE ZONING OF PART OF


INLOT 39 (PARCEL NO. DOS-001170) IN THE CITY OF
TROY. OHIO FROM B-2. GENERAL BUSINESS
DISTRICT, TO
R-5, SINGLE FAMILY RESIDENCE
DISTRICT

WHEREAS, a request for zoning change was presented to the Planning


Commission of the City of Troy, Ohio, to rezone

Part of lnlot 39 (Parcel No. D08-

001170) in the City of Troy, and


WHEREAS, the Planning Commission of the City of Troy, Ohio, has reviewed
the plan and recommended approval, and
WHEREAS, at least thirty days notice of the public hearing of said change has
been provided in a newspaper of general circulation,
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the Council of the City of Troy, Ohio
as follows:
SECTION I:

That the zoning of Part of 39 (Parcel No. 008-001170) in the City

of Troy, and as shown on Exhibit A attached hereto, is changed from the zoning of B-2,
General Business District, to R-5, Single Family Residence District.
SECTION II:

That this Ordinance shall be effective at the earliest date allowed by

law:

Adopted: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __
President of Council
Approved: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

Attest:-----------Clerk of Council

Mayor

EXHIBIT A

Being two (2) Tracts out of lnlot No. Thirty-nine (39) in said City of Troy, to-wit:
Tract One: Beginning at an iron pin on the west property line of Short Street and also 116 feet
south of the northeast comer of lnlot No. 39; thence westerly parallel with West Main Street 75
feet to an iron pipe; thence southerly parallel with Short Street 45 feet to the north side of a 10 foot
alley; thence easterly following the north side of said alley 75 feet to the west property line of Short
Street; thence northerly following the west property line of Short Street 45 feet to an iron pipe, to
the place of beginning. This tract is identified as Tract C. on the survey recorded in Miami County,
Ohio, Lot Book 2, Page 96. For Alley dedication, see Miami County, Ohio, Deed Book 18, Page
483.
Tract Two: Being a strip of land ten (10) feet wide off the south end of the following tract
(identified as Tract B. on the survey recorded in Miami County, Ohio, Engineer's Lot Book 2, Page
96). to-wit: Beginning at an iron pin on the west property line of Short Street 60 feet south of the
northeast corner of lnlot No. 39; thence westerly parallel with West Main Street 75 feet to an iron
pin; thence southerly parallel with Short Street 56 feet; thence easterly parallel to West Main
Street 75 feet to the west property line of Short Street; thence northerly following the west property
line of Short Street 56 feet to an iron pipe, to the place of beginning.
Parcel ID No. 008-001170
Commonly known as 16 South Short Street, Troy, Ohio 45373
HST-24167

CITY OF TROY, OHIO

ORDINANCE No.

0-29-2016

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ORDINANCE CHANGING THE ZONING OF INLOT 8661


(PARCEL NO. DOB-103276) IN THE CITY OF TROY. OHIO
FROM M-2. LIGHT INDUSTRIAL DISTRICT. TO OR-1.
OFFICE RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT

WHEREAS, a request for zoning change was presented to the Planning


Commission of the City of Troy, Ohio, to rezone Inlet 8661 (Parcel No. 008-103276) in
the City of Troy, and
WHEREAS, the Planning Commission of the City of Troy, Ohio, has reviewed
the plan and recommended approval, and
WHEREAS, at least thirty days notice of the public hearing of said change has
been provided in a newspaper of general circulation,
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the Council of the City of Troy, Ohio
as follows:
SECTION I:

That the zoning of lnlot 8661 (Parcel No. 008-103276) in the City

of Troy, and as shown on Exhibit A attached hereto, is changed from the zoning of M-2,
Light Industrial District, to the zoning of OR-1, Office Commercial district.
SECTION II:

That this Ordinance shall be effective at the earliest date allowed by

law:

Adopted: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __
President of Council
Approved: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

Attest:-----------Clerk of Council

Mayor

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MEMORANDUM
TO:

Mrs. Baker, President, Troy City Council

FROM:

Sue Knight, for the Troy Planning Commission

DATE:

April 24, 2016

SUBJECT:

REPORT OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION ON THE REZONING OF IL 8661, PARCEL ID NO. DOS~
103276, FROM M-2, LIGHT INDUSTRIAL DISTRICT, TO OR-1, OFFICE RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT. THIS
PARCEL HAS FRONTAGE ON BOTH 532 GRANT STREET AND 619 LINCOLN AVENUE

On April 13, 2016, the Troy Planning Commission considered the rezoning of lnlot 8661, Parcel D08-103276, from
M-2, Light Industrial District, to OR-1, Office Residential District. This parcel is a through lot, having frontage on
both 532 Grant Street and 619 Lincoln Avenue. The owner is Trolyre, LLC. The applicant is 619 Lincoln, LLC (Jessica
Minesinger). The property consists of .772 acres.
The applicant has cited the reason for the proposed rezoning is "to redevelop the current industrial property to
upscale residential lofts. We believe there is a market for this type of housing as well as a significant need to
repurpose older industrial buildings in keeping with the residential areas in which they exist." Currently, the
building i~ vacant but was previously the home of Pro2 Respiratory Services.
The Planning Commission determined not to hold a public hearing on this rezoning application.
By unanimous vote, the Troy Planning Commission recommends to Troy City Council that lnlot 8661, Parcel D081032?6, be rezoned from M-2, Light Industrial District, to OR-1, Office Residential District, based on the findings of
staff that:
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The area has similar "buffer" zoning to the south of the proposed zoning classification; and
The proposed rezoning is consistent with the intent and purposes of the City of Troy Zoning Code; and
The rezoning would create a more effective buffer to the residential zones adjacent to this location.

Attached is a copy of the information reviewed by the Commission. This request is forwarded herewith to Council
for
The Public Hearing before Council has been set for the May 16 meeting of Council.

encl.

TO: .
Troy Planning Commission
FROM:
Planning Staff
.
April 13, 2016 .
DATE:
SUBJECT: . . Rezoning: 532 Grant St.
OWNER:
.Trolyre; LLC
LLC -- Jessica Minesinger . .
APPLICANT: 619. Lincoln,
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BACKGROUND:
Jessica Minesinger, proposed buyer and applicant agent for 619 Lincoln, LLC, has
applied for Planning Commission to consider the rezoning 532 Grant Street (Parcel D08103276, Inlot 8661). Currently, the property is zoned M-2, Light Industrial District, and
the applicant requests that the zoning of the parcel be rezoned to OR-1, Office
Residential District.
The property consists of .772 acres on a through lot with Grant Street located on the east
side and Lincoln Avenue located on the west side. The surrounding zoning districts
include R-5 Single-Family Residential, M-2 Light Industrial Districts, and two (2) lots
south is zoned OC-1 Office-Commercial District. A map depicting the surrounding
zoning districts has been attached to this report
DISCUSSION:
The applicant has cited the reason for the proposed rezoning is "to redevelop the current
industrial property to upscale residential lofts. We believe there is a market for this type
of housing as well as a significant need to repurpose older industrial buildings in keeping
with the residential areas in which they exist." Currently, the building is vacant but was
previously the home of Pro2 Respiratory Services.
This area of the city is dominated by a mix of residential districts abutting industrial
districts. The mix of these uses stem from the distant past when industrial zoning
districts were established along the railroads because they were the prime source of
transportation of goods and services. As the railroads were being reduced in services, the
industrial zoning districts of this area remained. It is the intention of the zoning code to
eliminate incompatible land uses by providing a buffer district between them.
The Zoning Code describes the OR-1 Office-Residential district as "designed to
accommodate a mixture of residential and office uses ... Residential and office uses may
be mixed in the same building or structure. A variety of personal service uses which are
compatible with the other uses of the "OR-1" Office-Residence District are permitted.
This district is mapped along major thoroughfares, near hospitals and as a transitional
area between commercial and residential uses."
The OR-1 district limits commercial uses that are envisioned to prevent disruption to the
surrounding existing residential neighborhoods and the rezoning will protect the
surrounding residences from the more intensive uses that are currently allowed in the M-

2 zoning district. Attached to this report are the permitted uses as described by the OR-1
zoning district and the M-2 zoning district.
It is staffs opinion that adjoining properties will benefit from the positive impact of the

proposed rezoning. The proposed OR-1 district permits the greatest flexibility to the
reuse of the property while complementing the existing commercial uses and protecting
the surrounding residential zoning districts.
The Comprehensive Plan's Future Land Use (Figure 14-4) shows the surrounding area to
be predominately residential with light industrial districts mainly to the south. The
Comprehensive Plan also depicts the goal of the reuse of vacant or underutilized
commercial and industrial structures in the core of the city.
In reviewing a rezoning proposal, Section 1139.07 outlines the criteria on which to
base decisions:

(A) Whether the change in classification would be consistent with the intent and purpose
of this Zoning Code.
The proposed rezoning is consistent with the Zoning Code, specifically with sections
1131.02(e), and (r). These sections dictate the intent and purpose of the Zoning Code.
Theses sections are listed below:
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1131.02(e) "To separate incompatible land uses and to cluster compatible and
mutually supportive land uses".
1131.02(r) "To direct particular land uses to the parcels of land best suited for
them ... "

The rezoning is consistent with the above listed intentions of the Zoning Code.

(B) Whether the proposed amendment is made necessary because of changed or


changing conditions in the area affected, and, if so, the nature of such changed or
changing conditions.
The application was not submitted based upon any changing conditions in the area.

(C) Whether the uses that would be permitted on the property if it were reclassified would
be compatible with the uses permitted on other property in the immediate vicinity.
The use is compatible with the existing parcels of land located around the proposed
rezonmg area.

(D) Whether adequate utility, sewer, and water facilities, and all other needed public
services exist or can be provided to serve the uses that would be permitted on a property
if it were reclassified.

All utilities are provided.


(E) The amount of vacant land that currently has the same zoning classification as is
proposed for the subject property, particularly in the vicinity of the subject property, and
any special circumstances, in any, that make a substantial part of such vacant land
unavailable for development.

There is no vacant land in the vicinity of this proposed rezoning with OR-1 zoning.
(F) Whether the proposed amendment would correct an error in the application of this
Zoning Code as applied to the subject property.

Not applicable in this request.


PUBLIC HEARING:

Due to the straight forward nature of the rezoning request and the fact that City Council is
required to hold a public hearing if the request proceeds on, staff does not feel that a
public hearing before the Planning Commission is warranted.

RECOMMENDATION:

Staff is recommending that the Planning Commission recommend approval of the


rezoning from M-2, Light Industrial District to OR-1, Office Residential District, based
on the following:
The area has similar "buffer" zomng to the south of the proposed zomng
classification; and
o The proposed rezoning is consistent with the intent and purposes of the City of
Troy Zoning Code; and
o The rezoning would create a more effective buffer to the residential zones
adjacent to this location.
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M-2 Priocieal Permitted l J~t.5

OR-1 Principal Permitted Uses

Accountant's office.

Agricultural implement sales and service.

Printing, publishing, binding and typesetting


plants.

Adult Family Home.

Agricultural uses.

Private clubs.

Auction sales.

Public utility.

Architect's office.

Automobile fuel dispensing station.

Railroad stations, depots, train


classification yards and team tracks.

Automobile parking garages.

Research and engineering laboratories.

Adult Group Home.

Art galleries and museums.

Artist, sculptor and composer studios.

Automobile parking lots.

Sales offices and service centers.

Attorney's office.

Automobile repair garages - including body work.

Sawing and planning mills.

Automobile parking garages.

Bakeries - whole:iale sales.

Se>eually oriented business.

Automobile parking lots.

Beverage distributors and bottling plants.

Banh and financial institutions.

Bone, canvas, cellophane, clay, cloth, cork, feathers, felt


manufactm~ assemblin~ eompounclin~ or treatment (or any

Barber lltld beauty shops.

Building material sales and storage facilities.

Stone products processing and manufacturing.

Tattoo parlors.

Bed and Breakfast.

Carpentry shops.

Truck fuel dispensing stations.

Cash advance businesses.

Truck repair facility.

Churches, chapels, temples, synagogues.

Cement block and formed products manufacturing.

Truck sales and service.

Engineer's office.

Cold storage plants.

Truck washing facility.

Family Horne.

Commercial greenhouses and nurseries.

Trucking and motor freight terminals.

Contractor sales, storage and equipment yards.

Watches and clocb, including clock operated


devices - manufacturini;i, assemblinp; or repair.

Florists.

Gift shops.

Government buildings, structures, or premises used e>eclusively be


rederal, state, county, township, or municipal governments for public

Group Home.

Halfway House.
Health studios and clubs.

lllsurance agent s office.

hrtermediate Care Home.

Crematoriums (pet and human).


Dairy and food product processing and packaging.
Driver training schools (trucks).

Dry cleaning - commercial.


Electrical and electronic products, components and equipment rnanufacturiAA. assembling or repair.
Equipment rental services, including cars, trucks and trailers.
Exterminating services.
Fiber, fur, glass, hair, horn, leather, paper, plastics, rubber, precious or
semi-precious stone or metal, sheet metal, shell textiles, tobacco. wax,

Libraries.

Food brokers - retail, wholesale and storage without processing.

Medical and dental laboratories.

Frozen food lockers.

Medical and dental office/clinic.

Garden stores.

Mortuaries and funeral parlors.


Multiple-family dwellin,g.

Government buildings, structures, or premises used e>eclusively be


federal. state. countv, township, or municipal p;ovemments for public
Government buildings, structures, or premises used exclusively by
federal. state, county, township or municipal AOvernments for public

Newsstand-retail sales.

Heating, AJC, electric and plumbing sales, service and repair.

Nursing homes.

Liquid fuel, petroleum products, petroleum, and volatile oils - bulk


storap;e stations in accordance with Section 1143 . l 8(A) hereof

Photo studios.

Machine shops, tool 1111d ~ie shops.

Professional Offices not 01herwise mentioned.

Machinery and heavy equipment rental, sales and storage.

Public parks, playgrounds and conununity centers.

Manufacturing, assembling or repair of medical, dental, optical and


similar precision instruments or llJlpliances.

Sign painting and manufacture.


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Day-care centers.

Foster Family Home.

yards,

Public utility.

Meat processing and packaging, exclusive of slaughtering.

Real estate broker' s office.

Medical and dental laboratories.

Residential use on second story or above.

Metal products, excluding structural steel and fowidry products or


product from previously prepared materials - manufacturilljl,,

Rooming houses.

Moving and storage companies.

Schools - prillUlry, intermediate and secondary - public or private.

Musical instruments - manufacturi ng, assembling or repair.

Seamstress and tailor.

Novelties, toys and rubber products - manufacturing, assembling or


repaiJ.

Single family dwellings.

Pawn shops.

Social Care Home.

Phannaceutical products, including cosmetics, toiletries and perfumes,


bul excludin.R the manufacture of soap from raw materials or products

Two-family dwellings.

Pool Halls.

Water filtration plants and pumping stations.


Wholesale houses, warehouse and other storage

facilities

OR-1 Offlc:e-Commerclal D!strfct uses not oermft!ed In


the M-2 Zonins District

Adult Family Hooie.

M-2 Light-Industrial D!strict uses not permitted in the OR1 Zonlns District

Agri<:Ul!llral implement sales 1111d service.

~ products, including amM!ics, toiletries


and i>ed'umes. but acludinR 1be manufacwre of S<l6P 1Jom

Agricultural uses.

Pool Halls.

Adult Group Home.

Auction sales.

.Arcbitect's office.

Automobile fuel dispensing SlB!ian.

Attarney'8 office.

&Ilks and financial inJtitutioos.

Printing, publishing, binding and typesetting plants.

Railroad 8lations, depots, tram yards, classifielltion yards


and team tmcb.
~ch

Autoroobile repair garages - including body >Wl'k.

Bakeries - wholesale sales.

Sales offices and secvice centers.

and ensineerillg labonitories.

:Beverage distnoutors and bottling plants.

Sawing and plwling mills.

Bme, canvas, cellophane, clizy, cloth, cork, feidhers, felt -

SoxualJy oriented bwriness.

Building marerial ll8les and s1orage fiicilities.

Sign painting and manufacture.

~ assemblin~ ~OTtreatmenl(OfllDY

Carpentry shops.

Cash advimce businesses.

Tllttooparlors.

Churdles, cllapels, templef, fiYIUll!og\ICS.

Cement block and formed products m1111ufacturiil8.

" Truck fuel dispellsing stations.

f.D,ginecr' office.

Cold ll10fll8e plams.

Tmclc repair filcility.

Family H'aml:.

CoromerciaJ ~ 8lld nurseries.

Truclc. sales and service.

Contnletor sales, ~e and equipment yards.

Day.;;are ceimrs.

Florilts.

FOBW Family~.

Gift shop&.

Govcrnmellt buildings, sttuctures, or premi9es ll8C:d ~ be


ft>dmil, stale, COIJ1!1y, tcwnship, or Jllllllicipal ~ fOI' public

Group Home.

Halfway Hou:ie.

Cremalmiums (pet and human).

Trucking and motor freight terminals.

Daily and food product processing and~

Watclies and clocks, including clock operatlld devices manufacturinit asseml>liriS\ or repair.

Driver 1nlining schools (trucks).

Wawr filtndion planb and pumping stations.

.. Dry cleaning - conunercia1.

Electrical and electronic prodUC18, compooeDts and equipment as.sembfum or repair.

Health studios and clubs.

Equipment nmal services, including cars, trucks 1111d trailers.

Inien:ncdiate Care Hame.

Fiber, fur, glass, hair, hom, Jelither, paper, plastics, robber, precious
oz semi-precious stone or metal sheet m8IBl. sheil. tox:tiles. 1obacro.

Libraries.

Food brokers - relail, Mlolesale and SIOl'8ge without processing.

Exterminating services.

Frozen tOod lockets.


Garden stores.
Heating. A!C, electric and plumbing sales, service and repair.
Multiplo-fiunily dwcl!Ws.

Liquid fuel, petrol.elllll products, pe1rolewn, and volatile mls - bulk


stBtions in 8CCORbnce with Section 1143 .18(~) hereof.

Nl'W5Stand-retail sales.

Machine shops, tool and die shops.

Nuning homes.

MliChinery lllld heavy equipment rental, sales and storage.

Photo !l!lldios.

MimuWturing, assmibling or repair of medical, demal, optical and


similat precision instruments or appliances.

Public parks, playground! and community l:Cllttn.

Mela! products, ex:cluding struciure1 steel and found!y products or


product from preyiOllSly prepmd materiala - manufacturing,

Publiclltility.

Moving and storaee companies .

Meet processing and paclalging, eia:Jusm of slaughtering.

Real c:s13te broker's office.


Residential use on lltlCOOd llOry or above.

Roomill8 houses.
Scbools - primary, inicnnediate and sec:oroary - public-0r privare.
Seamstress and tailor.

Two-family dwellings .

Musical instrumails - manufuc:turing. asseinbling or repair.


Novel.lies, roys and rubber products - JDllllufiicturin.,g, assembling or

repair.
Pawn shops..

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APPLICATION FOR ZONING AMENDMENT


CITY OF TROY PLANNING COMMISSION
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PLEASE PROVIDE THE FOLLOWING:


1. The reasons for seeking a change in the zoning classification or zoning text Attach as EXHIBIT 'A''.
2. The legal description of the land proposed to be reclassified: Attach as EXHIBIT new.
3. A site plan prepared by a registered engineer, surveyor or architect in duplicate drawn to such scale as to clearly
show:
a. The actual dimensions of the subject property according to the recorded plat of such property, lot
numbers, it's present zoning classification, existing and proposed uses: Attach as EXHIBIT "C".
b. The present zoning classification of all surrounding lands located within two hundred and fifty (250) feet
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c. A list (see example) of the names, addresses, and lot numbers of the owners of property within a radius
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Attach as EXHIBIT u1E 00
i. Include one (1) copy of County Tax Maps
ii. Include two (2) sets of mailing labels
4. 2 complete sets (Exhibits A-E) reproducible in a format no larger than 11"x17"
5. Filing Fee of $150.00 made payable to the City of Troy
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Engineering

CITY OF TROY, OHIO

100 S. Market St.


P. 0 . Box 3003
Troy, OH 45373
Phone#

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www.troyohio.gov

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7 S Plum St
Troy OH 45373

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Reason for seeking a change in zoning classification or zoning text We wish to redevelop the current industrial property to upscale residential lofts. We believe
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industrial buildings in keeping with the residential areas in which they exist.

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619 Lincoln/532 Grant, Troy OH


Situate in the City of Troy, County of Miami, in the state of Ohio and being lot numbered eight
thousand six hundred sixty-one (8661) in the said City of Troy, Miami County, Ohio

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REZONING APPLICATION. 532 GRANT STREET I 619 LINCOLN AVENUE. FROM M-2. LIGHT
INDUSTRIAL DISTRICT. TO OR-1. OFFICE RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT. IL 8661. PARCEL ID NO. D08-103276,
OWNER IS TROLYRE. LLC.

THE APPLICANT IS 619 LINCOLN. LLC (JESSICA MINESINGERl.

Staff

reported : Jessica Minesinger is the proposed buyer and applicant agent for 619 Lincoln, LLC.; property consists of
.772 acres on a through lot with Grant Street located on the east side and Lincoln Avenue located on the west
side; surrounding zoning districts include R-5 Single-Family Residential, M-2 Light Industrial Districts, and two (2)
lots south is zoned OC-1 Office-Commercial District; applicant has cited the reason for the proposed rezoning is
"to redevelop the current industrial property to upscale residential lofts. We believe there is a market for this
type of housing as well as a significant need to repurpose older industrial buildings in keeping with the residential
areas in which they exist."; building is vacant but was previously the home of Pro2 Respiratory Services; it is
staffs opinion that adjoining properties will benefit from the positive impact of the proposed rezoning; the
proposed OR-1 district permits the greatest flexibility to the reuse of the property while complementing the
existing commercial uses and protecting the surrounding residential zoning districts; the criteria on which .to base
decisions:
(AJ Whether the change in classification wovld be consistent with the Intent and pvrpose of this Zoning Code.

The proposed rezoning ls consistent with the Zoning Code, specifically with sections 1131.02(e), and (r). These sections dictate the intent and
purpose of the Zoning Code. Theses sections are listed below:

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1131.02(e) "To separate incompatible land uses and to cluster compatible and mutually supportive land uses".
1131.02(r) "To direct particular land uses to the parcels of land best suited for them ... "

The rezoning is consistent with the above listed intentions of the Zoning Code.

(BJ Whether the proposed amendment is made necessary becavse of changed or changing conditions in the area affected, and, if so, the natvre of
svch changed or changing conditions.
The application was not submitted based upon any changing conditions in the area.

(CJ Whether the vses that would be permitted on the property if It were reclassified wov/d be compatible with the vses permitted on other property
In the immediate vicinity.
The use is compatible with the existing parcels of land located around the proposed rezoning area.

(DJ Whether adeqvate vtllity, sewer, and water facilities, and all other needed public services exist or can be provided to serve the vses that would
be permitted on a property if it were reclassified.
All utilities are provided.

(EJ The amavnt of vacant land that cvrrently has the same zoning classification as is proposed for the svbject property, particvlarly in the vicinity of
the subject property, and any spec/al circumstances, in any, that make a svbstantia/ part of svch vacant land vnavailable for development.
There Is no vacant land in the vicinity of this proposed rezoning with OR-1 zoning.

(FJ Whether the proposed amendment would correct on error In the application of this Zoning Code as applied to the svbject property.
Not applicable in this request.

Staff did not recommend the Commission hold a Public Hearing, and recommended approval of the
rezoning application based on the findings of:
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The area has similar "buffer" zoning to the south of the proposed zoning classification; and

The proposed rezoning is consistent with the intent and purposes of the City of Troy Zoning Code; and

The rezoning would create a more effective buffer to the residential zones adjacent to this location.
Mrs. Minesinger was present. She stated that the adjacent parking lot is not part of the land she wishes to

purchase and is not part of the application, and she stated that the purchase of the property is contingent on the
approval of the rezoning . It was noted that signed permission of the property owner was not part of the subm ittal.
PUBLIC HEARING:

A motion was made by Mr. Wolke, seconded by Mr. Titterington, that the

Commission not hold a public hearing on the rezoning application for 619 Lincoln/532 Grant Street.
MOTION PASSED. UNANIMOUS VOTE
REZONING: A motion was made by Mayor Beamish, seconded by Mrs. Mahan that the Troy Planning
Commission recommends to Troy City Council that 532 Street I 619 Lincoln Avenue ( IL 8661 , Parcel ID No. 008103276) be rezoned from M-2, Light Industrial District, to OR-1, Office Residential District, subject to the written
permission of the property owner, and based on the findings of staff that:
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The area has similar "buffer" zoning to the south of the proposed zoning classification ; and
The proposed rezoning is consistent with the intent and purposes of the City of Troy Zoning Code; and
The rezoning would create a more effective buffer to the residential zones adjacent to this location.

MOTION PASSED. UNANIMOUS VOTE

MEMORANDUM
TO:

Mrs. Baker, President, Troy City Council

FROM:

Sue Knight, for the Troy Planning Commission

DATE:

April 24, 2016

SUBJECT:

REPORT OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION ON THE REZONING OF PART OF INlOT 39, PARCEL ID
NO. 008-001170, FROM B-2, GENERAL BUSINESS DISTRICT, TO R-5, SINGLE FAMILY RESIDENCE
DISTRICT. THIS IS THE ADDRESS OF 16 SOUTH SHORT STREET.

On April 13, 2016, the Troy Planning Commission considered the rezoning of part of lnlot 39, located at 16 S. Short
Street (PARCEL 008-001170} from B-2, General Business District, to R-5, Single Family Residence District. The
property owner is Jeffrey A. Tudor, the applicant is Kimberly A. Yardlay. The property consists of .09 acres in the
first block of South Short Street, on the west side of the street. The property, while zoned B-2, General Business
District, has been used as a single family residence since before 1993 and considered to be a legal, nonconforming use. If the rezoning is approved the rezoning would eliminate a non-conforming use; however, as the
size of the lot is less than the 6,000 square feet of the R-5 District, the lot would continue to be non-conforming
based on size. It is noted that a number of lots within the Central Business District are non-conforming based on
size.
The Planning Commission determined not to hold a public hearing on this rezoning application.
By unanimous vote, the Troy Planning Commission recommends to Troy City Council that part of IL 39, Parcel ID
No. 008-001170 (16 S. Short Street) be rezoned from 8-2, General Business District, to R-5, Single Family
Residence District, based on the findings of staff that:
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The area has the same zoning to the south as the proposed zoning classification; and
The proposed rezoning is consistent with the intent and purposes of the City ofTroy Zoning Code.; and
The rezoning would eliminate a non-conforming use.

Attached is a copy of the information reviewed by the Commission. This request is forwarded herewith to Council

for
The Public Hearing before Council has been set for the May 16 meeting of Council.

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TO:

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Troy Planning Commission

Planning Staff
. April 13, 2016

SUBJECT: Rezoning: 16 South Short Street


OWNER: . . Jeffrey A Tudor
APPLICANT: KimberlyA. Yardlay
BACKGROUND:
Kimberly A. Yardlay, agent for Jeffrey A. Tudor, owner of 16 South Short Street, has
applied for Planning Commission to consider allowing the rezoning of 16 South Short
Street. Currently the property is zoned B-2, General Business District, and the applicant
requests that the zoning of the parcel be rezoned to R-5, Single Family Residential. The
property, while zoned B-2, General Business District, has been used as a single family
residence since before 1993 and considered to be a legal, non-conforming use.
The property consists of .09 acres in the first block of South Short Street, on the west side
of the street. The surrounding zoning districts include R-5, Single-Family Residential to
the south, and B-2, General Business District to the north, east, and west. A map
depicting the surrounding zoning districts has been attached to this report
DISCUSSION:
The Zoning Code describes the R-5 district as "designed to accommodate single-family
dwellings on lots with areas of at least six thousand ( 6,000) square feet per dwelling unit.
This parcel does not meet the required bulk requirements of the R-5 zone ..This parcel is
located in the historic area of downtown. Therefore, the lots are smaller and considered
to be legal, non-conforming parcels.
The Comprehensive Plan's Future Land Use (Figure 14-4) shows the surrounding area to
be predominately residential use to the south with commercial use to the north.

In reviewing a rezoning proposal, Section 1139.07 outlines the criteria on which to


base decisions:
(A) Whether the change in classification would be consistent with the intent and purpose
of this Zoning Code.
The proposed rezoning is consistent with the Zoning Code, specifically with sections
1131.02(e), and (r). These sections dictate the intent and pwpose of the Zoning Code.
Theses sections are listed below:
):;:. 1131.02(e) "To separate incompatible land uses and to cluster compatible and
mutually supportive land uses".
);;> 1131.02(r) "To direct particular land uses to the parcels of land best suited for
them ... "

The rezoning is consistent with the above listed intentions of the Zoning Code. The
residential use of the property fits well with the current uses that exist in the area.
(B) Whether the proposed amendment is made necessary because of changed or
changing conditions in the area affected, and, if so, the nature of such changed or
changing conditions.

The application was not submitted based upon any changing conditions in the area.
(C) Whether the uses that would be permitted on the property if it were reclassified would
be compatible with the uses permitted on other property in the immediate vicinity.

The use would be permitted on the existing parcels of land located to the south of the
proposed rezoning area.
(D) Whether adequate utility, sewer, and water facilities, and all other needed public
services exist or can be provided to serve the uses that would be permitted on a property
if it were reclassified

All utilities are provided.


(E) The amount of vacant land that currently has the same zoning classification as is
proposed for the subject property, particularly in the vicinity of the subject property, and
any special circumstances, in any, that make a substantial part of such vacant land
unavailable for development.

There is no vacant land in the vicinity of this proposed rezoning.


(F) Whether the proposed amendment would correct an error in the application of this
Zoning Code as applied to the subject property.

Not applicable in this request.


PUBLIC HEARING:

Due to the straight forward nature of the rezoning request and the fact that City Council is
required to hold a public hearing if the request proceeds on, staff does not feel that a
public hearing before the Planning Commission is warranted.

RECOMMENDATION:

Staff is recommending that the Planning Commission recommend approval of the


rezoning from B-2, General Business District to R-5, Single Family Residential District,
based on the following:

o The area has the same zoning to the south as the proposed zoning classification;
and
o The proposed rezoning is consistent with the intent and purposes of the City of
Troy Zoning Code.; and
o The rezoning would eliminate a non-conforming use.

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Adult Family Home.

Food brolo:crs - mail, wbobale and BtoQ&e


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Churclies, dlapcla, temples, J)'DIBOj!OeS.

Food stores - tcttil sales.

Family Jioaie.

Ganlcn aton:s.

FOICl:c Family Home.

A?dlitoct's office.

Public parb, playgtouods and COllllllUDity Zlla3.

Art and dlPOI ~ - retail sales.

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Govcmmm bl.lildings, dnJclure8, ]lmnise5


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Pllblicutillty.

Grocay, meat lllld fish - mail sales.

Schook - primary, imennediate 8Dd seooodary - poblic or privam.

Gymnasiums.

A.Uomey's affice.

Alldioo .ales.
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Healdi trtudioe and dul>!i.

relllil sales, iocludillg in.;;idcataJ imtallation.

HealiD& JJC, dectric and plwnbins sales,

Automobile iiid disj>clWllg lllation.

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Holds and irotel J,

Kamel.

Aulomob& Wash.

Bakeries - mail sales,


Banb and finanaia1 inllllutions.
.Bari>er 8lld t.uty sdiools.

Ubrarlas.

BaJbcr and beauty shaps.

Loclaimidis.

Bicycle aale, nda1 and rq>aic.


Bluepriqtiu& pbolocopying, pholo finishill4I aer\'ices.

BoacJ -

man sa1es.

Mortuariea and fimoral padoa.

Bowling ra-.

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Mc:dical and cbJtal ~clinic.

Moton:ycle lllle$ and service.

ltol2l8fJ &cilitiea.

N~ -retail sales.

&siness, c:Mc, 1iatemal auocialion and labor .m=ing JODlllS.

BusiDeu and tochnical scbocis.

Optical soods - rmil sales.

c.biuet shape.

hcbge liqwr, bcc:r ancl wine - relail Nle8 Dme-1hru..

Cameras and photo supplies - mail &ab.

~liquor, bc:cr and wine - relail aaJes

C'.andy and~ - mail sales.

Paint, glass 8lld wallpllptf - retail sales.

Pct~ - all day, DO ovemi8ht

Pet sa1el and~ - relail salce.

Cburdll:8. c:llapcb, 1elllples, synagogues.

Photo atudios

Ci.pfB, cipn:Uea. lollecoo - n;taiJ sales.


Professiooal Office DDt oCherwise mattiooed.
Dance halls.
Daocing schools.

Public parb, playgrounds and

cealms.

Publicutility.

Dmer tWnine .scbools (.Auto!llobilc) .

Eatil18 place - carry out


l!aiins place - Drive-in.

Sales offil:es and 9CJVice C(21!m's

Eatins place - #1.

Schools - prinialy, iDlmncdim and seoondaly wblicorllrivate.

F.atina plaile #2.

Seamstn:ss and tailor.

ShoeRJ!llir.

Elcctri~

appliallec repair.

~'soffice.

EquipmaJt rental seivices, iDdudiD8 WI, tnK'b Bild trailers.

Upholsrccy shop, oot involvint fumillm


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Varicty SIORlS - mail~.


Vctemal)' offic:e -

w/boardins.

R-5 Residential District uses not pennltted in the 8-2


General Business District

S=2 General Bwlnm District uses not eertnitted In the RS Residential Qistrkt
FlorislS.

Adult Family Home.


Family Home.

Agricultural impJemeot sales and service.

Foster Family Home.

Apparel stores - re!11il sales.

Single family dwellings

Architect's office.

Food brokers - retail, wholesale llOd ~e without


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Food Slores - retail sales.

Gift shops.

Art and sdiool supplies - r~ sales.

Gowmmeot buildings, ll1ructmes, er premises osed

Art galleras and maseums.

exclusively be federal. stam. countv, township, nr

Artist, scolptor and ccmposer studios.

Grocery, meat and fish - rlltail sales.

Gymnafilums.

Aueli sales.

Hardwue- retail sales.

Hcatin& AIC, electric lil.ld plumbing sales,

Autmnobile fuel dispensing station.

service and

repair.

Automobile parkin,g garages.

Hobby shops - retail sales.

Automobile paricing lots.

Automobile repair garages - no body worlt

Insunsnce ageof s office.

Automobile service stations.

Jewelry- retail sales.

Automobile W~

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Bakeries -1dail sales.

Lawn mower sales, service and repair.

Barber and beauty schools.

Lllmuies.

Bicycle sele, rental and rq>air.

Medical and de:otaJ laboJlllOM.

Locksmiths.

Boob - rdllil sales.


Bowlioghm\ls.

Motorcycle sales 8lld service.

Building JDalerial sale and storage fBcilities.

Newsstand - retail sales.

Business, civil:, fra!emaI association and labar meeting rooms.


Optical goods - retail sales.

Cabinet shops.

Pllekage liquor, beer and wine - retail sales - Driw-

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Cameras and phoro supplies - retail sales.

candy and~ - retail sales.

Paint, glass and Wllllpaper - retail Sllles.

Pac~ liquor,

beer and wine - retail sa1ea

CllWriD.g services.

Pet grooming - all day, .DQ ovemigbt

Day-caro ceoters.

Pet sales and supplies - mail sales.

Cigars, cigare!tes, 1obacw - retail sales.

Photo mutios.

Prillllteciubs.
Dance halls.
Dancillg schools.

Departmeut stores.

Radio and teleYWon - sales, service and repair.


Raal estate broker's office.

Rq>air part -

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sales.

Residential use oo s:ond story or above.


Dry cleanizis and Jauodromats.
Eating place - cany out

Seamstress and tailor.


Eating place - #1.

Shoe repair.

Eating place #2.

Upholstery shop, not involving furniture manufilcturing.

Electrical appliance rqiair.

Variety stnri:s - retail sales.

Engineer's office.

Veterinary office - wlboarding.

Equipment rectal services, including cars, trucks and trailers.

Extmninafuig ~.

W!itcli, cloc1 and jewelry repair

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of the property, which is subject tot is application.

(State the interest of the applicant)

PLEASE PROVIDE THE FOLLOWING:


1. The reasons for seeking a change in the zoning classification or zoning text: Attach as EXHIBIT
2. The legal description of the land proposed to be reclassified: Attach as EXHIBIT 11 8 11
3. A site plan prepared by a registered engineer, surveyor or architect in duplicate drawn to such scale as to clearly
show:
a. The actual dimensions of the subject property according to the recorded plat of such property, lot
numbers, it's present zoning classification, existing and proposed uses: Attach as EXHIBIT "C".
b. The present zoning classification of all surrounding lands located within two hundred and fifty (250) feet
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of the land proposed to be reclassified: Attach as EXHIBIT "0
c. A list (see example) of the names, addresses, and lot numbers of the owners of property within a radius
of two hundred and fifty (250) feet from the parcel or parcels of land proposed to be reclassified:
Attach as EXHIBIT ep
i. Include one ( 1) copy of County Tax Maps
ii. Include two (2) sets of mailing labels
4. 2 complete sets (Exhibits A-E) reproducible in a format no larger than 11"x17"
5. Filing Fee of $150.00 made payable to the City of Troy

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i HEREBY DEPOSE AND SAY THAT THE ABOVE STATEMENTS AND THE STATEMENTS CONTAINED IN ALL
THE EXHIBITS PREPARED BY ME AND TRANSMITTED HEREWITH ARE TRUE.

Subscribed and sworn to before me this

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(For Office Use Only- Do Not Write Below This Line)

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS:
- - - - " - - - - EXHIBIT A

Reasons for Zoning Reclassification

- - - - ' - - - - - EXHIBIT B
EXHIBIT C
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Legal Description
Site Plan: lot dimensions, lot numbers, current zoning, existing and proposed uses
Site Map with Zoning & Owners within 250 feet of parcel

- - - - ' - - - - - EXHIBIT E
- - - L - - - - - Labels
Copies

Property Owners List within 250 feet of parcel


Two (2) Sets of Mailing labels of Property Owners
( 1) Complete Sets in a reproducible format 11"x17"

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Map(s)
One {1) County Tax Map{s)
Filing Fee
Check issued to City of Troy for $150.00
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PLANNING COMMISSION DISPOSITION:

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RECOMMENDATION TO CITY COUNCIL

CITY COUNCIL DISPOSITION:


1st Reading:

2nd;

3rd;

PUBLIC HEARING DATE


COUNCIL COMMITIEE RECOMMENDATION

A~~roved:

Denied:

CITY COUNCIL ACTION

Ordinance Number:

Revised 10/25/11

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Exhibit "A"

Date: April 4, 2016


To:

City of Troy Planning Commission

From: Kimberly A. Yardlay. Realtor- Coldwell Banker Heritage Realtors

Re: 16 S. Short Street-Troy, Ohio 45373

On behalf of th existing owner, I am applying for a zoning change from 82 to RS


on the above referenced property due to the existing accepted "Contract to
Purchase".
The property has been used as a single family-owner occupied residence since
before 1993 and the current purchaser wishes to finance and utilize the residence

as the same.

Respectfully,

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Being two (2) Tracts out of Inlet No. Thirty-nine (39) in said City of Troy, to-wit:
Tract One: Beginning at an iron pin on the west property line of Short Street and also 116 feet
south of the northeast comer of Inlet No. 39; thence westerly parallel with West Main Street 75
feet to an iron pipe; thence southerly parallel with Short Street 45 feet to the north side of a 1o foot
alley; thence easterly following the north side of said alley 75 feet to the west property line of Short
Street; thence northerly following the west property line of Short Street 45 feet to an iron pipe, to
the place of beginning. This tract is identified as Tract C. on the survey recorded in Miami County,
Ohio, Lot Book 2, Page 96. For Alley dedication, see Miami County, Ohio, Deed Book 18, Page
483.

Tract Two: Being a strip of land ten (10) feet wide off the south end of the following tract
(identified as Tract B. on the survey recorded in Miami County, Ohio, Engineers Lot Book 2, Page
96), to-wit: Beginning at an iron pin on the west property line of Short Street 60 feet south of the
northeast corner of lnlot No. 39; thence westerly parallel with West Main Street 75 feet to an iron
pin; thence southerly parallel with Short Street 56 feet; thence easterly paraUel to West Main
Street 75 feet to the west property line of Short Street; thence northerly following the west property
tine of Short Street 56 feet to an iron pipe, to the place of beginning.
Parcel ID No. 008-001170
Commonly known as 1.6 South Short Street, Troy, Ohio 45373
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ITEMS OF INTEREST

TO:

Mayor Beamish
Mrs. Baker, President of Council
Council Members

FROM:

Patrick E. J. Titterington, Director of Public Service and Safety

DATE:

April 29, 2016

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We are providing the following for your information:

Major Project Update:


o Sidewalk Program 8 - the work has been completed. Council authorized
the final assessment, and letters have been sent to property owners
advising of those assessment amounts. The property owners had until
April 15 to make payment in full; thereafter, the amounts will be certified
to the County to be assessed over a five-year period.
o Marina Building - interior work is completed. The aerial walkway and
exterior balcony work and structural steel installation are now underway.
o Treasure Island Park - work continues to proceed for both the
amphitheater and the shelter house and work is underway on the large
entry sign by Elm St.
o Streetscape (East Main Street between Walnut and Mulberry Streets) sidewalk reconstruction and asphalt restriping has been completed. The
new street lights have been installed. Traffic signal bases have been set.
The contractor has been granted an extension and the expected
completion date is now July 15.

Rend Collective concert was held Saturday, April 23. Approximately 1,350 people
were in attendance. The Recreation Department staff was very pleased with the
number in attendance.

The Troy Area Chamber of Commerce Business Expo was held on Thursday, April
28.

Renovations to the arena seem to be going well. The following work has been
completed: the undercutting for the additions, foundations poured for the south
and west additions, the floor has been poured at the south addition. Contractors
are currently working on the north addition, electrical and plumbing work in the
corridor, and cutting the exterior walls to provide access point to the new
additions.

Items of Interest
April 29, 2016
Page 2

Staff is currently working on preparing for the pool opening on May 28 at lp.m.

Registrations are currently taking place for summer recreation programs.

Attached is information regarding the events scheduled at Treasure Island and a


listing of events that involve public right-of-way.

Other information provided by City departments is attached.

Upcoming Events at Hobart Arena


May 24
Troy High School Senior Awards Assembly
May 26
Upper Valley Career Center Graduation
May 27
Miami East High School Graduation
May 28
Troy High School Graduation
May 29
Covington High School Graduation
Calendar of Meetings
May2

7:00 p.m.

Council

May3
May 11
May 16

11 :00 a.m. Park Board


3:30 p.m. Planning Commission
7:00 p.m. Council

May 18

4:00 p.m.

Rec Board

City Hall
Council Chambers
City Hall
City Hall
City Hall
Council Chambers
Hobart Arena

May 25

3:30 p.m.

Planning Commission

City Hall

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact this office.

Enclosure
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Department Heads

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Operations
Items of Interest
April 29, 2016

Street/Solid Waste - Jerry Mullins, Foreman

Collected and transported 238 tons of residential trash since the last report of
235 tons.
Handled one recycling complaint and three trash complaints.
Cleaned and swept the square and downtown area.
Collected several compliant brush piles and T-bags.
Started sweeping the city streets on March 9. We have now completed one full
round of sweeping. The sweeper will be out over the next seven months as
weather permits. We can usually complete three to four rounds of sweeping per
year.
Started our right-of-way and ditch mowing operations.
Used 60 tons of asphalt on 19 repairs since the asphalt plant opened on April
18. Initially we focus on openings that are currently filled with gravel, such as
main breaks and water repairs.
Dealt with non-compliant brush and yard waste bags. The non-compliant yard
waste bags are being collected one time and a door hanger is being placed at the
home explaining that only the City of Troy yard waste bags are acceptable bags
to use. Only City of Troy bags will be collected, once the door hanger has been
delivered to the home. There are currently 129 homes that have received a door
hanger.

Electrical - Brian Ferree, Foreman

Completed Ohio Utilities Protection Service requests as needed.


Repaired several lights in the sludge processing area at the Wastewater
Treatment Plant.
Wired-in the electric for a temporary sludge processing press at the Wastewater
Treatment Plant.
Installed a new LED light at Fire Station 1.
Repaired a street light on the Adams Street Bridge.
Assisted the Park Department with hanging the netting on the baseball field at
Duke Park.
Continued to perform annual maintenance on the conflict monitors inside the
traffic cabinets.
Repaired a sump pump in the basement of the Water Treatment Plant.

Assisted the Wastewater Treatment personnel with installing a storm pump at


the lift station on Staunton Road.
Installed the temporary electric for the Rend Collective show at Hobart Arena.

Water Distribution/Sewer Maintenance - Tom Parsons, Foreman

Marked numerous Ohio Utilities Protection Service tickets.


Investigated numerous high consumption alerts.
Completed numerous work orders for Billing and Collection.
Shut-off non-payment customers and reconnected as payments were made.
Repaired a hydrant hit by an auto at Harrison St. and N. Elm St.; also repaired a
hydrant hit behind Kroger.
Collected bacteria samples and pressure tested water lines at the new Circle K
site.
Reconnected 300 irrigation meters.
Completed leak detection with Aqua-Line.
Filled the line on Washington Road to start testing procedures.
Excavated leak on Drury Lane and on Amelia Avenue; these leaks discovered by
a leak detection company.
Cleaned the storm drain on 1400 block of Peters Road.
Jetted a sewer back-up at W. Main St. and Adams St.
Water Treatment Plant - Jeff Monce

The triennial Public Water System Sanitary Survey was conducted by the
OEPA on April 14. A six-hour evaluation of Troy water treatment and
distribution records and facilities was performed. Final report from the
OEPA has not been received.
The USEPA Phase 1 Data Evaluation Summary Report (DESR) on the
West Troy Contaminated Aquifer has been completed. A meeting to
discuss further sampling under a Phase 2 investigation was held April 26.
The USEPA-mandated Consumer Confidence Report (CCR) has been
completed and will be available for public distribution within the week.
This document will also be posted on the City of Troy website. A link to the
website version of this annual water quality report will be included in all
June water bills.
Circuit breakers for the 12 .4 7kV Primary Breaker strip heaters were
installed on April 13.
Train 1 clarifier basin gearmotors have been removed and taken to a
vendor of Troy for evaluation. These units ran continuously for over 4300
hours during 2015. Needed maintenance will be performed in preparation
for annual basin changeover this fall.
The refurbished 100 hp motor for High Service Pump 1 has been installed.
All distribution pumps are now operational.
Reagent Technologies has completed 75% of sludge removal from the East
Lagoon. This project should be completed within two weeks.

Wastewater Treatment Plant - Tim Snider

Pump #2 at the Staunton Rd. storm water pump station has been repaired
and is back in service.
Traders pump # 1 has a seal leak. Since this pump is considered obsolete
and repair parts can no longer be purchased a replacement pump will be
purchased for replacement.
Met with a contractor concerning areas of concrete repair and caulking at
the plant that will be completed during 2016.
Work continues to install the new dewatering press in the sludge
processing building. This installation should be complete by the end of
April.
UV Modules have been installed, Disinfection season will begin on 5 / 1
and continue through 10 / 31.
Staff replaced a sump pump in the Sludge Processing Building.
Took delivery of 2016 Dodge pickup truck.
Staff continue to complete preventive maintenance work orders.

Items of Interest
Engineering Department
April 27, 2016
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PROJECT TITLE

PROJECT STATUS

PUBLIC WORKS PROJECTS

2015-01

ODOT will fund a portion of this project. LJ Deweese Co., Inc. was awarded the project. Sidewalk reconstruction
MIA- Troy East Main Street Downtown land asphalt restriping has been completed. Contractor is waiting delivery of the poles, which are scheduled for
delivery in the spring. Trees and street lights have been installed. Awaiting updated shipping date from the
Streetscape (PIO 93240)
manufacturer for traffic signal lights.

2014-16

Hobart Arena Renovation and


Expansion

City entered into an agreement with MSA Architects for the design of this project. Monarch Construction, Inc. is the
general contractor. Every other week construction coordination meetings are occurring with the contractor and
MSA. Construction progressing with concrete footers, electrical, hvac, plumbing and masonry work.

2014-17

Marina & Boathouse Renovation

The contract was awarded to Bruns General Contracting. Interior work is completed. Balcony/deck improvements
are progressing with concrete deck and leveling course being placed in next week. The remaining exterior work is
anticipated to be completed the first week of May. Staff/contractor are working on the punch list for the exterior.

The City entered into a contract with Double Jay Construction. Construction has restarted and anticipated to be
completed by mid-May.
Council authorized an agreement for the design of a new Extra High Service Water Tower with the firm of EMH&T.
2014-12 I Extra High Service (EHS) Water Tower The Water Tower project has been awarded to CB&I Constructors, Inc. Contractor is completing the contract
paperwork.
Council authorized a contract with RA Consultants. The City provided estimated hours for operations and
administration necessary for West Milton and Miami County infrastructure. Staff continues to work with the
Water Regionalization Study
consultant. Phase 2 of the regionalization, looking at the County as a retail customer, is being analyzed. Meetings
2014-03
with West Milton and Miami County were held on Wednesday March 9. Awaiting County response from the results
meeting. West Milton is interested in moving to the next phase of City retail services.

2014-18

Treasure Island Marina & Park


Improvements

2015-05

Sewer Regionalization Study

Council authorized a contract with RA Consultants, LLC. The City provided estimated hours for operations and
administration necessities for West Milton and Miami County infrastructure. Staff continues to work with the
consultant. Phase 2 of the regionalization, looking at the County as a retail customer, is being analyzed. A meeting
with Miami County was held on March 9. Awaiting County response from the results meeting.

2015-03

Washington Road Waterline

Choice One Engineering Corporation designed a water loop along Washington Road from W. Main Street to W.
Stanfield Road. Finfrock Construction Co. was awarded the construction contract. Finfrock is doing restoration work
along the pipe route.

Access Engineering, LLC was authorized to design a gravity sewer from the Nottingham Subdivision to Piqua-Troy
2015-04 I Nottingham Subdivision Sewer Gravity IRoad at Troy-Urbana Road. Easement requests are being coordinated with the property owners. Preliminary layout
has been reviewed and the design continues. Bidding and construction is anticipated for Summer of 2016.
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Items of Interest
Engineering Department
April 27, 2016
PROJECT TITLE

PROJECT STATUS
Council approved the ODOT LPA Agreement including accepting ODOT funding and finalizing bike path easements
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according to federal regulations. Resurfacing is scheduled to occur SFY 2020 (calendar year July 2019). The
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2015-10
environmental review and right-of-way acquisition with ODOT. Staff will be requesting RFPs for anticipated
ROW/easement acquisition.
Choice One Engineering Corporation completed the design of the signal. Bansal Construction, Inc. has been
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2014-08

Ph
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ase 3

2015-23

North Market Street Improvements


Phase 2

This phase includes work from Madison St. (RR tracks) alley west of Lake St. (end of Heywood Elementary
Council authorized an agreement with LJB, Inc. to complete design. Council authorized the project at a
not to exceed $1,500,000.00. Finfrock Construction Co. was awarded the project at a cost not to exceed
$1, 170,000.00. A preconstruction meeting occurred and construction is anticipated to begin closer to Memorial Day.

Iproperty).

This phase includes work from Kirk Lane/Foss Way to Stonyridge Avenue. Council authorized Choice One
Engineering Corporation to design the project. Construction is anticipated to occur in 2017. Preliminary design
meeting occurred.

ANNUAL PROJECTS
2014-21

Sidewalk Program 8

Sidewalk Program 2016

Paving Program 2016

96435

MIA- 55 - 11.83 Bridge Redecking


North Market Street (PIO 96435)

Invoices have been sent to the property owners involved in this program; the property owners had until April 15 to
pay the bills or they would be assessed to their property taxes for five (5) years. Assessment cards are being
completed and will be provided to Miami County Auditor's Office.
Sidewalk quantities are being obtained/measured. Council authorized the Resolution of Necessity for this program
which is located in the following locations: areas along S. Plum St., S. Cherry St., S. Walnut St. and S. Mulberry St.
between Main St. and Franklin St.; S. Market St., S. Walnut St. and S. Mulberry St. between E. Franklin St. and E.
Canal St.; and the area encompassed by S. Market St., E. West St., S. Clay St., Ross St., and S. Mulberry St. which
include the following streets Young, Enyeart and Dakota. Packets explaining the City's sidewalk repair program
were sent out this week with response from property owners requested by May 13, 2016 as to how they would like
to proceed with repair of their sidewalks.
Streets to be paved are being coordinated with Vectren Bare Steel/Cast Iron replacement program,
Water/Sewer/Storm necessary improvements, and the age of the existing street. Council authorized bidding the
paving program adding McKaig Road from South Dorset Road to SR 718. Project will be advertised in the next
week.
ODOT-Let and funded project. Project will begin construction in June 2016. The bridge will remain open but traffic
will be modified with half of the bridge closed at a time. Resurfacing of N. Market St. from Water St. to Staunton Rd .
will be completed as part of the redecking project at an 80/20 cost split (ODOT/City). Council authorized the 20%
estimated funding for the project to proceed.
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Items of Interest
Engineering Department
April 27, 2016
PROJ#

2015-11

PROJECT TITLE

PROJECT STATUS
Staff has been working with an outside contractor to make the Engineering electronic/hard copy files organized in
such a way that all staff can have access to most documents. This will improve efficiency with document filing and
Engineering Electronic and Hard Copy reduce the volume of space necessary. Staff re-implemented project numbers. Record drawings organization,
File Organization
personnel files clean-up, and project processes continue. P&Z files are also being organized. Project categorization
and filing process is being finalized. Records retention and organization of the Zoning hard copy files are being
analyzed and implemented.
Staff is working with Choice One Engineering Corporation to update the standards. A review meeting occurred and
Updating City Construction Standards updates are being completed by Choice One. Review meetings continue to occur to review the marked-up
standards.
A kick-off meeting occurred, but Staff is awaiting water tower maintenance contract discussions prior to attaching to
Sensus Analytics Controlled Launch the tower. Contact has been made with the tank maintenance contractor, and they are reviewing the additional
connection requests per contract requirements.
Collection of data continues. Staff is obtaining OUPS markings from the Vectren gas main work occurring
G PS Data Collection
throughout the City and other construction/maintenance activities from City staff or contractors.
Sidewalk, Sewer, and Sump Inspections Inspections are continuing to be completed as requested.

SUBDIVISION PROJECTS
2012-08

Edgewater

2015-07

Halifax

2007-25

Hawk's Nest

2015-06

Nottingham

Section 7 has obtained final course of asphalt, and escrow agreement will be held until final buildout of subdivision.
Section 8 was approved by Council. Construction plan comments have been returned to the developer's design
engineer, and staff is awaiting modifications.
Section 1 underground utilities installation and the initial course of asphalt have been installed . House construction
has begun. Staff has been asked to look into lighting options.
Section 2 awaiting final course of asphalt. A punch list has been completed and forwarded to the developer.
Section 8 construction has intermediate course complete and housing development is ongoing. Section 9 is
approved and construction has begun by C Miller.

Section 5 is awaiting final punch list and final course of asphalt. Due to the lack of construction progress in recent
years, the City is investigating the potential of completing the subdivision via special assessment process. Punch
2003-35 Villages of Concord (formerly Oakmont)
list has been created and forwarded to the developer in order to attempt to complete the subdivision. Staff has
reached out to developer to encourage completion of development without assessment process.

2007-19

Pleasantview Estates

Section 3 is awaiting final course of asphalt. Due to the lack of construction progress in recent years, the City is
investigating the potential of completing the subdivision via special assessment process. Punch lists have been
completed and will be sent to the developer in order to attempt to complete the subdivision. Section 4 plat has been
approved. Construction has not begun.
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Items of Interest
Engineering Department
April 27, 2016
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PROJECT TITLE

2013-19

Stonebridge Meadows

2016-02

Legacy Grove

PROJECT STATUS
Section 2-8 final course of asphalt has been completed. Section 3 construction has intermediate asphalt with final
grading occurring for house pad elevations. Due to fill issues, the escrow agreement continues to be evaluated with
the developer. The homebuilder, Ryan Homes, has contacted the City to remedy issues with the escrow agreement.
Construction drive maintenance and stormwater controls maintenance has been requested by the developer due to
their current condition.
A developer has requested approval for a Planned Unit Development (PUD) for a plat of land along McKaig Road
east of Concord Elementary School. The proposal will be going to Planning Commission.

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MEMO

To:

Patrick Titterington, Director of Public Service and Safety

From:

Tim Davis, Planning & Zoning Manager

Date:

April 28, 2016

Subject:

Planning Division Update

I have attached two reports which summarize concerns that are being
addressed by the Planning Division from April 14, 2016 to April 28, 2016.
The first report shows all permits that were issued by the Planning Division.
The report contains the address and type of permit and separates the
information by each ward. There were 55 permits issued during this time
period.
The second report contains the address, type of concern, and a summary of
the current status of on-going issues. Both open and closed concerns are
listed and are separated by each ward.
As in the past, all costs associated with the removal of trash and elimination
of noxious weeds will be invoiced to the property owner. If the property
owner does not pay the invoice, the cost will be assessed to the property
taxes.

CITY OF TROY - WARD ONE


PERMIT REPORT
04/14/2016 TO 04/28/2016

2016028F
FENCE

4/26/2016

TAYLOR, MALLORIE
956 LINWOOD DR

956 LINWOOD DR
D08048080
N/A
FENCE 4/16
MEADOWLAWN 4

TROY, OH 45373

0/0/

0
LV
NL
BA

10.00
0

0
0

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2016050Z
DRIVEWAY

4/22/2016

834 MAPLECREST DR
D08052580
N/A
DRIVEWAY EXTENSION, 4-21-16
STONY RIDGE 3

JONES III, JAMES B


834 MAPLECREST DR
TROY, OH 45373

0/0/

LV
NL
BA

0
25.00
0
0
0

DALTON CONSTRUCTION
511 S CRAWFORD ST
TROY, OH 45373
937-339-5568

0
25.00
0
0

DALTON CONSTRUCTION
511 S CRAWFORD ST
TROY, OH 45373
937-339 - 5568

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2016044Z
DRIVEWAY

4/20/2016

THOMPSON, TIFFANY
860 MAPLECREST DR

860 MAPLECREST DR
N/A
N/A
DRIVE EXTENSION, 4-15-16

TROY, OH 45373

0/0/

LV
NL
BA

I
2016052Z
4/26/2016
INGROUND POOL

GULKER, TOM & CYNDEE


965 OAK HILL CT

965 OAK HILL CT


N/A
N/A
INGROUND POOL 4/2016

TROY, OH 45373

0/0/

25.00
LV
NL
BA

512
0

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2016029F
FENCE

4/26/2016

GULKER, TOM & CYNDEE


965 OAK HILL CT

965 OAK HILL CT


N/A
N/A
FENCE 4/2016

TROY, OH 45373
0/0/

LV
NL
BA

0
10 . 00
0
0
0

LV
NL
BA

0
10.00
0
0
0

I
2016057Z
FENCE

4/28/2016

1142 PARKVIEW DR
N/A
9837
FENCE - 4/2016
NOTTINGHAM

SANDO, SANDY
1142 PARKVIEW DR
TROY, OH 45373
0/0/

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CITY OF TROY - WARD TWO
PERMIT REPORT
04/14/2016 TO 04/28/2016

1294WT
4/20/2016
WATER TAP-RES

913 ARROW DR
N/A
10541

KEYSTONE HOMES
PO BOX 980

0 KEYSTONE HOMES
2000.00 PO BOX 980
LV
1969 TROY, OH 45373

3/4" WATR TAP-RESIDENCE-4/2016


NOTTINGHAM

TROY, OH 45373

NL
BA

KEYSTONE HOMES
PO BOX 980

0
1200.00
LV
1969
NL
533
BA
1969

KEYSTONE HOMES
PO BOX 980
TROY, OH 45373
937-332-8669

0
98.35
2133
569
2133

KEYSTONE HOMES
PO BOX 980
TROY, OH 45373
937-332-8669

0/0/

533 937-332-8669
1969

I
3034ST
4/20/2016
SEWER TAP - RES

913 ARROW DR
N/A
10541
5/8" SEWER TAP-RESIDENTIAL 4/2016
NOTTINGHAM
0/0/

TROY, OH 45373

I
2016047Z
4/21/2016
SINGLE FAMILY W/BASMNT

913 ARROW DR
N/A
10541
SINGLE FAM W/BASEMENT 4/2016
NOTTINGHAM

KEYSTONE HOMES
PO BOX 980
TROY, OH 45373
0/0/

LV
NL
BA

I
4/27/2016
3035ST
SEWER TAP - RES

919 ARROW DR
N/A
10540
5/8" SEWER TAP - RESIDENTIAL, 4/27/16
0/0/

SCOTT INVESTMENTS OF TROY LLC


PO BOX 980
TROY, OH 45373

0
1200.00
LV
1971
NL
681
BA
992

I
1295WT
4/27/2016
WATER TAP-RES

919 ARROW DR
N/A
10540
3/4" WATER TAP - RESIDENTIAL, 4/27/16

SCOTT INVESTMENTS OF TROY LLC


PO BOX 980
TROY, OH 45373

0/0/

0
2000.00
LV
1971
NL
681
BA
992

I
4/28/2016
3036ST
SEWER TAP - RES

922 ARROW DR
N/A
10533
5/8" SEWER TAP - RESIDENTIAL, 4/28/16

SCOTT INVESTMENTS OF TROY, LLC


PO BOX 980
TROY, OH 45373

0
2400. 00
LV
0
NL
0
BA
0

I
1296WT
4/28/2016
WATER TAP-RES

922 ARROW DR
N/A
10533
3/4" WATER TAP - RESIDENTIAL, 4/28/16

SCOTT INVESTMENTS OF TROY, LLC


PO BOX 980
TROY, OH 45373

0
2000.00
LV
NL
BA

0
0

I
1293WT
4/20/2016
WATER TAP-RES

KEYSTONE HOMES
PO BOX 980

928 ARROW DR
N/A
N/A
3/4" WATER TAP-RESIDENCE-4/2016

TROY, OH 45373

0/0/

0
2000.00
LV
1957
NL
2725
1957
BA

KEYSTONE HOMES
PO BOX 980
TROY, OH 45373
937-332-8669

2016048Z
4/21/2016
SINGLE FAMILY W/BASMNT

928 ARROW DR
N/A
N/A

KEYSTONE HOMES
PO BOX 980
TROY, OH 45373
0/0/

0
94.71
1969
533
1969

KEYSTONE HOMES
PO BOX 980
TROY, OH 45373
937-332-8669

0
1200.00
LV
1957
NL
2725
BA
1957

KEYSTONE HOMES
PO BOX 980
TROY, OH 45373
937-332-8669

LV
NL
BA

I
3033ST
4/20/2016
SEWER TAP - RES

928 ARROW DR
N/A
N/A
5/8" SEWER TAP-RESIDENTIAL 4/2016

KEYSTONE HOMES
PO BOX 980
TROY, OH 45373
0/0/

I
2016045Z
FENCE

4/21/2016

931 ARROW DR
N/A
10538
FENCE-4/19/2016

WINNER, JASON
931 ARROW DR
TROY, OH 45373

0/0/

LV
NL
BA

10.00
0
0
0

I
4/21/2016
2016049Z
DECK - RESIDENTIAL

102 FINSBURY LN
D08054932
N/A
DECK, 4-20-16
SHERWOOD MANOR 2

LOUFMAN, JON
102 FINSBURY LN
102 FINSBURY LN
TROY, OH 45373
0/0/

25.00
LV
NL
BA

0
0
0

I
20160140C
RETAIL

4/21/2016

1 MAIN ST E
N/A
N/A
OCCUPANCY, INNOVATIVE STUDIOS LLC
N/A
0/0/

TROY COMMUNITY WORKS


221 MAIN ST E
TROY, OH 45373

50.00
LV
NL
BA

0
0
0

I
2016002T
COMMERCIAL

4/21/2016

836 MAIN ST W
N/A
N/A
TENT PERMIT, 5/8/16

FUENTES, LUIS A
601 ACADIA CT
TROY, OH 45373

0/0/

50.00
LV
NL
BA

0
0
0

I
2016061Z
4/28/2016
ABOVE GROUND POOL

513 MICHIGAN AVE


D08028110
N/A
ABOVE GROUND POOL, 4/26/16
CULBERTSON HEIGHTS

BURTON, OTIS
4882 US ROUTE 40
TIPP CITY, OH 45371
0/0/

25.00
LV
NL
BA

0
0
0

I
2016060Z

4/28/2016

586 MIAMI ST

VORE, MIKE

4590 ORBISON RD

D08042950
N/A
DECK, 4/26/16
MEADOWLAWN 2A

DECK

TROY, OH 45373
0/0/

LV
NL
BA

25.00
0
0
0

I
2016062Z
SHED

4/28/2016

STUDABAKER, JEFFREY
404 CIRCLE DR

927 MARKET ST N
N/A
N/A
SHED, 4/27/16

GREENVILLE, OH 45331
0/0/

LV
NL
BA

100 . 00
0
0
0

CITY OF TROY - WARD THREE


PERMIT REPORT
04/14/2016 TO 04/28/2016

4/19/2016
2016006D
DEMOLITION- RESIDENTIAL

514 CRAWFORD ST S
N/A
N/A
DEMOLITION, 514 S CRAWFORD ST, 3/14/16

WELKER, GUY
514 S CRAWFORD ST
514 S CRAWFOfD ST 335-1732
TROY, OH 45373

0/0/

LV
NL
BA

0
19 . 00
0
0
0

I
2016022F
FENCE

4/14/2016

814 CRAWFORD ST S
N/A
N/A
FENCE , 814 S CRAWFORD, 4/8/16
N/A

WOLFE, THOMAS
397 ROSS ST W
TROY, OH 45373
0/0/

10 . 00
LV
NL
BA

0
0
0

I
2016059Z
SHED

4/28/2016

WILLIAMS , TODD
221 GRANT ST

221 GRANT ST
D08007730
N/A
STORAGE SHED, 4/26/16

TROY, OH 45373
0/0/

25 . 00
LV
NL
BA

0
0

I
2016051Z
DRIVEWAY

4/22/2016

PETERS, ANELA
311 LINCOLN AVE

311 LINCOLN AVE


N/A
N/A
NEW DRIVEWAY 4/2016
N/A

TROY, OH 43573
0/0/

25 . 00
LV
NL
BA

0
0
0

I
2016030S
REFACE

4/27/2016

1471 MARKET ST
N/A
N/A
SIGN 4/27 /16

N/A

36 . 75

0/0/

LV
NL
BA

0
0
0

BOLNER ENTERPRISES
11942 ST RT 571
LAURA, OH 45337
937-947-1326

2016065Z
COMMERCIAL

4/28/2016

125 MARKET ST S
N/A
N/A
WALL SIGN-4/19/16

WESTFALL, WADE
2570 TROY-SIDNEY RD
TROY, OH 45373
0/0/

0
36 . 25

LV
NL
BA

0
0
0

I
20160130C
4/20/2016
OCCUPANCY-COMMERCIAL

WESTFALL, WADE
2570 TROY-SIDNEY RD

125 MARKET ST S
N/A
N/A
2PM STYLE-OCC-4/16

TROY, OH 45373
0/0/

50.00
LV
NL
BA

0
0
0

LV
NL
BA

0
0.00
0
0
0

DENLINGER & SONS


1291 ARCHER DRIVE
TROY, OH 45373
937-335-9096

0
101.00
0
0

DENLINGER & SONS


1291 ARCHER DRIVE
TROY, OH 45373
937-335-9096

I
2016064Z
RAMP

4/28/2016

UHLENHAKE, JEFFREY
131 MARKET ST S

131 MARKET ST S
N/A
N/A
HANDICAP RAMP, 4/20/16

TROY, OH 45371
0/0/

I
2016063Z
4/28/2016
ADDITION COMMERCIAL

UHLENHAKE, JEFFREY
131 MARKET ST S

131 MARKET ST S
N/A
N/A

TROY, OH 45371
0/0/

LV
NL
BA

I
2016053Z
4/27/2016
SEASONAL GARDEN CENTER

MORRIS, ROD JOHN


354 YORKTOWN CIRCLE

850 MARKET ST S
N/A
N/A
TRUE VALUE TEMP GARDEN 4/16

COLD SPRING, KY 41076


0/0/

50.00
LV
NL
BA

0
0

I
20160150C
4/22/2016 1471 MARKET ST S
BUSINESS CHANGE OF NAME
N/A
10197
STUDIO 45 CHANGE OF NAME 4/2016
N/A

TRADER, HAROLD
1471 MARKET ST S
TROY, OH 45373
0/0/

LV
NL
BA

0
0

I
2016024F
FENCE

4/14/2016

111 MULBERRY ST N
N/A
N/A
FENCE, 111 N MULBERRY ST, 3/24/16

KERBER, STEVE
303 MCKINLEY AVE
PIQUA, OH 45356
0/0/

LV
NL
BA

0
10.00
0
0
0

STAR CITY CONCRETE


4490 US ROUTE 40
TIPP CITY, OH 45371
937-667-7592

2016025F
FENCE

4/20/2016

513 MULBERRY ST S
N/A
N/A
FENCE, 4-14-16

STRADLING, JENNIFER
513 S MULBERRY ST
513 S MULBERRY ST
TROY, OH 45373
0/0/

LV
NL
BA

0
10.00
0
0
0

WESTERN OHIO FENCE


5410 CO RD 25A N
PIQUA, OH 45356
937-773-0215

CITY OF TROY - WARD FOUR


PERMIT REPORT
04/14/2016 TO 04/28/2016

4/27/2016
20160160C
OCCUPANCY-COMMERCIAL

1285 ARCHER DR
D08056510
N/A
FREUDENBERG-NOK OCC 4/2016

WACO WAREHOUSE
1215 BARHNART RD
TROY, OH 45373

0/0/

50.00
LV
NL
BA

0
0
0

I
2016031F
FENCE

4/27/2016

PERRY, SHAWN W
1326 GOLDEN EAGLE DR

1326 GOLDEN EAGLE DR


NA
9994
FENCE, 4-22-16
HAWKS NEST ONE

TROY, OH 45373
0/0/

10.00
LV
NL
BA

0
0
0

I
2016041Z
DECK

4/14/2016

LEAR, STEVEN R
1357 GOLDEN EAGLE DR

1357 GOLDEN EAGLE DR


N/A
10423
DECK, 1357 GOLDEN EAGLE, 4-8-16

TROY, OH 45373
0/0/

25.00
LV
NL
BA

0
0

I
2016023F
FENCE

4/14/2016

1357 GOLDEN EAGLE DR


N/A
10423
FENCE, 1357 GOLDEN EAGLE DR, 4-8-16

LEAR, STEVEN R
1357 GOLDEN EAGLE DR
TROY, OH 45373

0/0/
4/27/2016
2016055Z
DECK - RESIDENTIAL

LV
NL
BA

SCHLATER, RYAN & CHRISTINE


2820 HUNTINGTON DR

2820 HUNTINGTON DR
D08103540
N/A
DECK 4/2016
KENSINGTON 5

TROY, OH 45373
0/0/

0
10.00
0
0
0
0

25.00
LV
NL
BA

0
0
0

I
2016027F
FENCE

4/25/2016

1620 GRAY HAWK CT


N/A
10448
FENCE, 4-21-16

SHARPE, DIANE
1620 GRAY HAWK CT
TROY, OH 45373

10.00
LV
NL

0
0

CITY OF TROY - WARD FIVE


PERMIT REPORT
04/14/2016 TO 04/28/2016

2016046Z
FENCE

4/21/2016

ALLEN, LETHA
746 BRISTOL RD

746 BRISTOL RD
D08042320
N/A
FENCE-4/19/2016
WESTBROOK 5

TROY, OH 45373

0/0/

10.00
LV
NL
BA

0
0

I
2016030F
FENCE

4/27/2016

BROOKS, CAROL
1063 DORCHESTER RD.

1063 DORCHESTER RD
D08-058076
6665
FENCE, 4-20-16
WESTBROOK

TROY, OH 45373
0/0/

LV
NL
BA

0
20 . 00
0
0
0

SCHAEFER & CO.


3205 COUNTY RD 25A S
TROY, OH 45373
937-339-2638

I
2016056Z
SOLAR PANEL

4/27/2016

FREMONT, JEFFERY
13 0 DORSET RD S

130 DORSET RD S
N/A
N/A
SOLAR PANELS 2/16

TROY, OH 45373
0/0/

25.00
LV
NL
BA

512
0

I
2016054Z
4/27/2016
ABOVE GROUND POOL

746 GLOUCESTER RD
D08042480
N/A
4' ABOVE GROUND POOL, 4-22-16
WESTBROOK 5

BODEY, TRACY
746 GLOUCESTER RD
TROY, OH 45373
0/0/

25.00
LV
NL
BA

0
0

I
2016026F
FENCE

4/22/2016

BELL, AMBER
502 LAKE ST

502 LAKE ST
D08020110
N/A
FENCE, 4-21-16

TROY, OH 45373

0/0/

10.00
LV
NL
BA

0
0
0

I
2016005D
4/15/2016
DEMOLITION-RESIDENTIAL

513 SUMMIT AVE


N/A
N/A
DEMO HOUSE 3/16
N/A

STROUD, NETTIE
6748 WESTON CT
HAMILTON, OH 45011
0/0/

LV
NL
BA

0
18.50
0
0
0

BOLNER ENTERPRISES
11942 ST RT 571
LAURA, OH 45337
937-947-1326

CITY OF TROY - WARD SIX


PERMIT REPORT
04/14/2016 TO 04/28/2016

2016058Z
SHED

4/28/2016

116 KINGS CHAPEL DR


N/A
N/A
SHED, 4/26/16
N/A

EVANS JR, CHARLES


116 KINGS CHAPEL DR
TROY, OH 45373
0/0/

LV
NL
BA

0
25.00
0
0
0

LV
NL
BA

0
50.00
0
0
0

I
4/20/2016
20160120C
OCCUPANCY-COMMERCIAL

1781 MAIN ST W
N/A
7995
HARBOR FREIGHT TOOLS-OCC-4/16
N/A

WW GRAINGER
100 GRAINGER PARKWAY
LAKE FOREST, IL 60045
0/0/

I
4/15/2016
2016028S
FREESTANDING SIGN

1789 MAIN ST W
D08057971
N/A
TRUENORTH SHELL-SIGNS-3/7/16
TROY TOWNE CENTER

HARSON INVESTMENTS
5565 AIRPORT HWY
TOLEDO, OH 43615
0/0/

53.50
3500
0

LV
NL
BA

I
2016042Z
COMMERCIAL

4/14/2016

1789 MAIN ST W
D08057971
N/A
TRUENORTH SHELL - COMM BLDG - 3/8/16
TROY TOWNE CENTER
0/0/

HARSON INVESTMENTS
5565 AIRPORT HWY
TOLEDO, OH 43615

0
135.00
3500
0

LV
NL
BA

ATGS INC
200 LAU PARKWAY
CLAYTON, OH 45315
937-832-8885

I
4/18/2016
3032ST
SEWER TAP - COMM

MEIJER STORES LTD PARTNERSHIP


2350 3 MILE RD NW

1910 MAIN ST W
N-A
N/A

GRAND RAPIDS, MI 49544


N-A

3000.00
LV
NL
BA

0
0
0

I
1292WT
4/18/2016
WATER TAP-COMM

1910 MAIN ST W
N-A
N/A
2" WATER TAP, COMMERICAL, 4-15-16
N-A

MEIJER STORES LTD PARTNERSHIP


2350 3 MILE RD NW
GRAND RAPIDS, MI 49544

10000.00
LV
NL
BA

0
0

I
4/21/2016
2016029S
FREESTANDING SIGN

7995 TOWNE PARK DR


N/A
N/A
FREE STANDING SIGN, 4-21-16

N/A

0/0/

LV
NL
BA

0
94.75
0
0
0

KESSLER SIGN
5804 POE AVE
DAYTON, OH 45414
937-898-0633

CITY OF TROY
PERMIT WORK TYPE STATISTICS REPORT
PERMIT DATE:
04/14/2016 TO 04/28/2016
SUBTOTALS
D
F
OC
OC
OC

s
s
ST
ST
T
WT
WT

DEMOLITION-RESIDENTIAL
FENCE
BUSINESS CHANGE OF NAME
OCCUPANCY-COMMERCIAL
RETAIL
FREESTANDING SIGN
REFACE
SEWER TAP - COMM
SEWER TAP - RES
COMMERCIAL
WATER TAP-COMM
WATER TAP-RES
ABOVE GROUND POOL
ADDITION COMMERCIAL
COMMERCIAL
DECK
DECK - RESIDENTIAL
DRIVEWAY
FENCE
INGROUND POOL
RAMP
SEASONAL GARDEN CENTER
SHED
SINGLE FAMILY W/BASMNT
SOLAR PANEL

PERMITS
2
10
1
3
1
2
1
1
4

1
1
4
2
1
2
2
2
3
3
1
1
1
3
2
1

FEES
$37.50
$110.00
$0.00
$150.00
$50.00
$148.25
$36.75
$3,000.00
$6,000.00
$50.00
$10,000.00
$8,000.00
$50.00
$101.00
$1 71. 25
$50.00
$50.00
$75.00
$30.00
$25.00
$0.00
$50.00
$150.00
$193.06
$25.00

EST. COST
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
=======================================================================================================================================
GRAND TOTAL

55

$28,552.81

CITY OF TROY - WARD ONE


VIOLATIONS BY ADDRESS
04/14/2016 TO 04/28/2016

ADDRESS

REASON
SUB DIVISION

FILE DT
FILE #

NOTIF DT EXT DT
OWNER

DEADLINE CITATION COURT DT CLOSED


CLOSING CODE

1016 FAIRFIELD RD

TALL WEEDS/GRASS
04/27/16
N/A
20160620
STREIN, LLC
4 - 27-16 sb Complaint from 1070 Fairfield that this address consistently has grass 5" and above.
I inspected today, the grass
is mowed and not near 10" . I responded by email to the complainant who responded back by telling me that the standard of
10" is ridiculous and that it doesn't meet other communities standards and that if she has to come to a council meeting she
will . Follow up 5-5-16 to see if tall.
BRUSH LETTER
04/22/16
04/22/16
08/20/16
20160562
AA PROPERTY MANAGEMENT LLC
N/A
4-19-16 sb Brush letter. Certified, follow up 4 - 29-16
4 - 26-16 sb Letter came back, wrong address. Re-send 4-27-16, certified, follow up 5-3-16.

1243 HILLTOP CIR

BRUSH LETTER
04/22/16
20160564
N/A
4-19-16 sb Brush in ROW . Certified, follow up 4-29-16
4 - 27-16 sb John Stevenson tel 513-807-9219. Will remove 4-30-16.

04/22/16
08/20/16
CONTRACT BROTHERS LLC

BRUSH LETTER
N/A
4-19-16 sb Brush letter. Certified, follow up 5-4-16.

04/22/16
LAUZAU, ANN

1251 HILLTOP CIR

1299 HILLTOP CIR

04/22/16
20160563

08/20/17

1204 NORTHBROOK LN

PROPERTY MAINTENANCE
04/26/16
04/26/16
08/24/16
N/A
20160595
HUSSAIN, AHMED
4-26-16 sb Fence leaning, gutters need repaired, trim on whole house needs painted. Certified, 5-31-16.
TRASH & DEBRIS
04/26/16
20160594
N/A
4-26-16 sb Big wood pile beside garage. Neighbor complaint of termites.

1204 NORTHBROOK LN

04/26/16
08/24/16
HUSSAIN, AHMED
Certified, follow up 5-5-16.

TRASH & DEBRIS


04/26/16
04/26/16
HUNTERS RUN TWO
20160593
SHAFER, RYAN
4-26-16 sb Huge pile of dirt, rocks, debris in ROW. Certificate, follow up 5-2-16.
4-27-16 sb Ryan Shafer left message that the debris/dirt pile was removed 4-23-16.

08/24/16

04/14/16
TRASH & DEBRIS
20160480
N/A
4-14 - 16 sb Cleanout . Certified and certificate, follow up 4-20-16.
4-21-16 sb Trash still there, send to OZ. Close .

04/14/16
JENS LLC

08/12/16

BRUSH LETTER
HERITAGE HILL 5
4-19-16 sb Brush in ROW. Certified, follow up 5-5-16.

04/21/16
20160554

04/21/16
US BANK TRUST NA

08/19/16

BRUSH LETTER
HERITAGE HILL 5
4-19-16 sb Brush in ROW. Certified, follow up 4-29-16.
4-25-16 sb Green card dated 4-23-16.

04/22/16
20160560

04/22/16
ALEXANDER, RANDY

08/20/16

BRUSH LETTER
N/A
4-19-16 sb Brush in ROW. Certificate, follow up 4-26-16.
4-27-16 sb Brush gone . Close.

04/22/16
20160561

04/22/16
08/20/16
EVILSIZOR, HAROLD
DEBRIS REMOVED

1736 SARATOGA DR

559 STONYRIDGE AVE

676 STONYRIDGE AVE

684 STONYRIDGE AVE

688 STONYRIDGE AVE

04/21/16
REMOVED BY CONTRACTOR

04/27/16

TALL WEEDS/GRASS
HERITAGE HILL 4
4-26-16 sb Tall weeds, certificate, follow up 5-3-16.

923 STONYRIDGE AVE

04/26/16
20160606

04/26/17
JMJS PROPERTIES LLC

CITY OF TROY - WARD TWO


VIOLATIONS BY ADDRESS
04/14/2016 TO 04/28/2016

127 ASH ST

TALL WEEDS/GRASS

04/26/16
20160596

04/26/16
04/26/17
FRANSWAY, VIRGINIA

04/26/16
20160597

04/26/16
04/26/17
FELTNER JR, ELBERT

04/28/16
20160630

04/28/16
LIETTE, EDWIN

04/26/16
20160600

FRAZIER, EDWARD

4-26-16 sb Tall weeds, certificate, follow up 5-3-16.


130

ASH ST

TALL WEEDS/GRASS

4-26-16 sb Tall weeds, certificate, follow up 5-3-16.

404 ELM ST N

TALL WEEDS/GRASS

04/28/17

4-27-16 dp TW, Both ways to owner, no tenant follow up 5-5-16.


TALL WEEDS/GRASS
N/A
4-26-16 sb Publishing for tall weeds.
4-27-16 sb Published in paper today. Follow up 5-3-16.

219 ELM ST S

TALL WEEDS/GRASS
04/25/16
20160582
SHERWOOD MANOR 2
4-25-16 dp TW. Will publish in TDN. Follow up when I have a date.
4-27-16 dp Published in todays paper, follo wup 5-3-16.

177 FINSBURY LN

TALL WEEDS/GRASS
CULBERTSON HEIGHTS
4-26-16 sb Tall weeds, certificate, follow up 5-3-16.

503 INDIANA AVE

04/26/16
20160604

04/26/17

04/25/16
GASAWAY, KIM

04/25/17

04/26/16
PADILLA, WILLIAM

04/26/17

503 INDIANA AVE

04/27/16

121 LITTLEJOHN RD

04/20/16

122 LITTLEJOHN RD

04/20/16

150 LITTLEJOHN RD

04/20/16

TALL WEEDS/GRASS
04/18/16
04/18/17
CULBERTSON HEIGHTS
20160493
PADILLA, WILLIAM
COMPLETED
4-18-16 sb Complaint of tall grass. Inspected, grass is tall but not 10". Follow up 4-25-16.
4-27-16 sb Close. Wrote up on separate violation yesterday.
BRUSH LETTER
04/14/16
04/14/16
08/12/16
SHERWOOD MANOR 2
20160473
HECKMAN, ANTHONY
DEBRIS REMOVED
4-14-16 dp I noticed a pile of unbagged/unbundled brush in the street gutter . Certificate follow up 4-20-16.
4-20-16 dp Debris gone close.
BRUSH LETTER
04/14/16
04/14/16
08/12/16
SHERWOOD MANOR 1
20160472
SPARKS, SCOTT
DEBRIS REMOVED
4-14-16 dp I noticed a pile of unbagged/unbundled brush in the street gutter. Certificate follow up 4-20-16 .
4-20-16 dp Debris gone close.
BRUSH LETTER
04/14/16
04/14/16
08/12/16
NOTTINGHAM
20160476
CRAFT, RONALD
DEBRIS REMOVED
4-14-16 dp I noticed a small unbagged/unbundled pile of brush in the street gutter. Certificate follow up 4-20-16.
4-20-16 dp Debris gone close.

153 LITTLEJOHN RD

BRUSH LETTER
04/14/16
04/14/16
08/12/16
SHERWOOD MANOR 2
20160474
BUNN, JOHN
NO VIOLATION
4-14-16 dp I noticed a small pile of unbagged/unbundled brush in the street gutter. Certificate follow up 4-20-16.
4-14-16 dp Error occured regarding this owner and address. No Violation.

04/14/16

165 LITTLEJOHN RD

04/25/16

BRUSH LETTER
04/18/16
04/18/16
08/16/16
N/A
20160499
CALDWELL, ERSKINE
DEBRIS REMOVED
4-18-16 dp Noticed a pile of unbundled/unbagged brush in the street gutter. Certificate letter follow up 4-24-16.
4-25-16 dp Debris gone close.
TALL WEEDS/GRASS
04/28/16
20160628
N/A
4-27-16 dp TW, Both ways to owner with cc to tenant follow up 5-5-16.

104 MADISON ST N

TALL WEEDS/GRASS

809 MAIN ST E

04/25/16
20160581

04/28/16
LIETTE, EDWIN

04/28/17

04/25/16
TEAFORD, DONNA

04/25/17

4-25-16 dp TW. Certified with cc to tenant follow up 5-3-16.


PROPERTY MAINTENANCE

04/15/16
04/15/16
08/13/16
20160487
900 N MARKET LLC
4-15-16 dp This location has issues both in and out. I am addressing the outside issues such as, peeling paint, rusted entry
doors, damaged gutters and asphalt in disrepair. Certified letter follow up 5-26-16.
4-25-16 fp Green card back dated 4-21-16. Follow up 5-23-16.

914 MARKET ST N

BRUSH LETTER
04/14/16
04/14/16
08/12/16
00102
20160477
LURING, KATHLEEN
DEBRIS REMOVED
4-1-16 dp I noticed a pile of unbagged/unbundled brush in the street gitter. Certificate follow up 4-20-16.
4-20-16 dp Debris gone close.

478 ROBIN HOOD LN

04/20/16

04/28/16
04/28/16
04/28/17
TALL WEEDS/GRASS
20160632
ARGABRIGHT, RALPH
SHERWOOD MANOR 1
4-27-16 dp TW. This home is vacant and through B&C records Atty. Nathaniel Funderburg is acting as agent. I will send
vioaltion to the Piqua address Certified follow up 5-5-16.

208 SHAFTSBURY RD

TALL WEEDS/GRASS
N/A
4-26-16 sb Tall weeds, certified, follow up 5-5-16.

0 STAUNTON RD E

04/26/16
20160605

04/26/17
KUEN CHEUNG KUEN

921 WASHINGTON ST

TALL WEEDS/GRASS
04/18/16
04/18/16
04/18/17
N/A
20160500
SMITH, LAVERTA E
4-18-16 dp This is a vacant lot and the owners whereabouts are unknown. I will have this published in the paper and follow up
when I have a publish and follow up date.
4-21-16 dp This was published in TDN today, follow up 427-16.
4-27-16 dp Grass still tall send to OZ follow up 5-18-16.

275 RIVERSIDE DR
4-14-16 dp
mowed lawn
phone call
4-18-16 dp
4-25-16 dp

TRASH & DEBRIS

04/14/16
04/14/16
08/12/16
04/25/16
20160471
NEVES, ED
DEBRIS REMOVED
Tim took a neighbor complaint that this location had "piles of crap" in the yard. Upon inspection I found a neatly
and typical items outdoors of the residence. I did see a couple of items I will address with the owner via a
as he has always complied with my requests in the past. Follow up 4-18-16.
I spoke to Ed this morning and he has a trailer there to load up the trash/scrap that is there. Follow up 4-25-16.
Scrap gone close.

CITY OF TROY - WARD THREE


VIOLATIONS BY ADDRESS
04/14/2016 TO 04/28/2016

928 CANAL ST E

TRASH & DEBRIS

1010 CLAY ST S

TALL WEEDS/GRASS

04/20/16
04/20/16
08/18/16
20160509
MONTGOMERY, JUNE
TRASH REMOVED
4-19-16 dp I noticed a pile of construction debris in the curb lawn. The City does not remove such debris with trash.
Certificate letter follow up 4-25-16.
4-25-16 dp TRash gone close.
04/25/16
20160584
4-25-16 dp tW. Certificate. No tenant appears vacant. Follow up 5-3-16.

04/25/16

04/25/16
04/25/17
CHALMERS, A SHIRLEY

1302 CLAY ST S

BRUSH LETTER
04/22/16
04/22/16
08/20/16
N/A
20160570
ROBINETTE, LEONA J
DEBRIS REMOVED
4-22-16 dp Noticed a small pile of unbagged loose tree debris in the street gutter, Ceretificate follow up 4-27-16.
4-27-16 dp Debris gone close.

04/27/16

1304 CLAY ST S

04/27/16

BRUSH LETTER
04/22/16
04/22/16
08/20/16
N/A
20160569
HOPSECKER, KIMBERLY A
DEBRIS REMOVED
4-22-16 dp Noticed a huge pile of large unbundled limbs off the alley. Certificate follow up 4-27-16.
4-27-16 dp Debris gone close.
BRUSH LETTER
N/A
4-19-16 sb Brush in ROW. Certificate, follow up 4-26-16.
4-27-16 sb Brush gone. Close.

936 DRURY LN

04/21/16
20160540

04/21/16
SHERMAN, ROBERT

08/19/16

04/27/16
DEBRIS REMOVED

04/22/16
BRUSH LETTER
04/22/16
08/20/16
ELMWOOD
20160574
BRANDENBURG, MARIA
DEBRIS REMOVED
4-22-16 dp Noticed a large pile of unbundled brush in the row and street gutter, Certificate follow up 4-27-16.
4-27-16 dp Debris gone close.

37 ELMWOOD AVE

04/27/16

230 FLORAL AVE

BRUSH LETTER
04/18/16
04/18/16
08/16/16
CLOVERDALE
20160495
THORNTON, JEAN
4-18-16 dp Noticed an unbagged/unbundled pile of brush. Certificate letter follow up 4-24-16.
4-25-16 dp Brush remains 48 hr follow up 4-30-16.
4-25-16 dp Received a call from the owners son. He said this belongs to the neighbor at 1131 Long st. I will send a letter
there and leave this open until the issue is resolved. Follow up 5-1-16.
04/18/16
BRUSH LETTER
04/18/16
08/16/16
CLOVERDALE
20160497
FRINGS, BARBARA
4-18-16 dp A large tree has been cut of has been blown over and some large trunk sections are in the curblawn. Certificate
letter follow up 4-24-16.
4-25-16 dp Debris remains send 48 hr follow up 4-30-16.
4-27-16 dp I received a call from Mr. Frings daughter Cathy. She explained her mother is in a convelascent home recovering
froim a broken hip. She also explpained that she is third on the list for tree and debris removal with Outback tree service.
I told her the City would absolutely work with her to allow ample time to remove this debris. Follow up 5-6-16.

302 FLORAL AVE

04/18/16
BRUSH LETTER
04/18/16
08/16/16
04/25/16
20160496
WRIGHT, CHARLES
CLOVERDALE
TRASH REMOVED
4-18-16 dp Noticed a small pile of unbagged/unbundled sticks in the street gutter. Certificate with cc to tenant follow up
4-24-16.
4-25-16 dp Debris gone close.

303 FLORAL AVE

233 FRANK ST

TALL WEEDS/GRASS
04/22/16
N/A
20160565
4-22-16 dp This is a duplex 233-235 TW certified follow up 4-29-16.

04/22/16
FOX, GLEN D

04/22/17

TRASH & DEBRIS


04/22/16
04/22/16
08/20/16
N/A
20160566
FOX, GLEN D
4-22-16 dp There is a fair amount of wood debris along the drive at 233. Certified follow up 4-27-16.

233 FRANK ST

504 FRANKLIN ST E

BRUSH LETTER
04/18/16
04/18/16
08/16/16
04/25/16
01103
20160494
SLUSHER, RUTHE .
TRASH REMOVED
4 - 18-16 dp Noticed a large pile of tree limbs in the curb lawn on the S Union side. Certificate letter follow up 4-24-16 .
4-25-16 dp This debris is gone . I did receivee a call from this owner last friday and she was not happy. She claims she
called the City for help and was denied and then got my letter. She hung up on me mid sentence. Close.

617 FRANKLIN ST W

TALL WEEDS/GRASS
04/26/16
N/A
20160598
4-26-16 sb Tall weeds, certified and certificate, follow up 5-3-16.

04/26/16
JOHNSON, ATMOS B

04/26/17

04/21/16
04/21/16
20160535
BOGGS, DAVID
4 - 19-16 sb Bunch of boards, and pile of brush up by garage . Certificate, follow up 4-26-16.
4-26-16 sb David Boggs tel 937 - 570 - 3164. He has stacked the wood up. Close .

08/19/16

531 GARFIELD AVE

TRASH & DEBRIS

04/26/16
COMPLETED

BRUSH LETTER
04/25/16
04/25/16
08/23/16
CLOVERDALE
20160587
MILLS, DAVID K.
4-25-16 dp I sent a letter to 230 Floral regarding this brush and the owners son from this location called and this actually
is the neighbors at this address. Certificate letter follow up 5 - 1-16 .

1131 LONG ST

SIGN VIOLATIONS
04/20/16
04/20/16
08/18/16
CULBERTSON HEIGHTS
20160508
LONG, ROBERT A
4-20-16 dp I noticed a sign in the window at this location and I know there is no Occupancy permit for this location
currently. I called the number on the sign and spoke with an individual I only know as Mr . Compton . He was not happy
regarding my call as I explained the ordinance for signs and occupancy permit requirements . He argued a bit and said "just
send me your little noite" . I explained to him that I would send the violation letter to the property owner if one was
sent . I asked him if he would remove this sign without me having to send a formal violation letter and he
said he would . As of today the sign has not been removed. I spoke with Bob Long, owner, on 4 - 20-16 and he and Mr compton have already
spoken in regards to this and he also told Bob the sign would come down. Follow up 4-22-16.
4 - 22-16 dp Sign is still up. I am sending a violation letter, Certificate to Bob Long and the tenant at this address . I am
giving them until Tuesday. 4-26-16 to remove this sign. Follow up 4-27-16.
4-27 - 16 dp Most of the sign has been removed. I again called Mr. compton and we spoke regarding the fact that the new sign can't
be displayed at this location until he has Occupancy permit and sign permit completed. He will remove this sign until he gets
the proper permits.

703 MARKET ST S

701 MC KAIG AVE

TALL WEEDS/GRASS

04/26/16
20160599

04/26/16
EWING, ROGER

04/26/17

4- 2 6 - 16 sb Tall grass, certified, follow up 8-5 - 16 .


721 MC KAIG AVE

EXCESSIVE ANIMALS
04/21/16
04/27/16
N/A
20160553
FOGT, SUSAN
COMPLETED
4-21 - 16 sb Complaint of 6 dogs and 1 cat. Drove by today, saw no dogs or cat . Follow up 4 - 22 - 16 and keep watching for them
4-27-16 sb Driven by every day since the complaint and have never seen ANY animals. Today I saw one dog. Close.

1152 RACE DR

TALL WEEDS/GRASS
04/25/16
04/25/16
04/25/17
N/A
20160580
ZURITA, MARIO
4-25 - 16 dp TW. This location has been vacant and abandoned for some time . Publish in paper and follow up when I have a
publish date .
4-27-16 dp Published i n todays paper, follow up 5-3-16.
BRUSH LETTER
04/18/16
04/18/16
08/16/16
CLOVERDALE
20160498
HELMER, TRACY
DEBRIS REMOVED
4-18-16 dp Noticed a pile of unbagged/unbundled brush in the street gutter. Certificate letter follow up 4 - 24-16.
4-25-16 dp Debris gone close.

1178 RACE DR

04/25/16

509 RACE ST W

TALL WEEDS/GRASS
N/A
4-19-16 sb Tall weeds certificate, follow up 4-28-16
4-27-16 sb Close . This was supposed to go to 252 Grant.

04/21/16
20160534

04/21/16
MILLER, TIMOTHY

04/21/17

04/27/16
NO VIOLATION

522 UNION ST S

TRASH & DEBRIS


04/20/16
04/20/16
08/18/16
N/A
20160529
BRUMBAUGH, LLOYD
4 - 20-16 dp Trash about the rear and side yards. Certified with cc to tenant follow up 4-26-16 .
4-26-16 dp Green card back dated 4-25-16, follow up 4-29-16.
TRASH & DEBRIS
04/20/16
04/20/16
08/18/16
04/26/16
N/A
20160531
STAPLETON, CHARLES D
TRASH REMOVED
4 - 20-16 dp Complaint of trash about the yard. Upon arrival the resident was exiting her car. I approached, introduced my
self and we had a good conversation of what the complaint involved. She stated she and her boyfriend have been remodeling
and that this weekend they planned to get things cleaned up . I thanked her and said I would follow up next week .
4-26 - 16 dp Trash gone at this t i me close .

540 UNION ST S

TALL WEEDS/GRASS
04/22/16
04/22/16
04/22/17
20160571
T M & C INVESTMENT LTD
N/A
4 - 22-16 dp TW . Home has been vacant for at least 3 years. Both ways follow up 4-29-16 .
4-27-16 dp Green card back dated 4-25-16, follow up 5-1-16.

920 WALKER ST

04/22/16
04/22 / 16
08/20/16
20160572
MONTGOMERY JUNE
TRASH REMOVED
4-22-16 dp Noticed a large pile of trash in the curblawn. Possibly a move out . Certificate follow up 4-27-16 .
4-27-16 dp Trash gone close .

1027 WALKER ST

TRASH & DEBRIS

04/27/16

CITY OF TROY - WARD FOUR


VIOLATIONS BY ADDRESS
04/14/2016 TO 04/28/2016

BRUSH LETTER
04/28/16
04/28/16
08/26/16
OAKMONT CREEK 2
20160634
PETENBURG, RICHARD
4 - 27-16 dp Complaint of a tree that has a large limb broken off and laying the lawn partially blocking sidewalk and the
tenant is unable to mow. Certified, follow up 5-3-16.

1460 WAYNE ST

CITY OF TROY - WARD FIVE


VIOLATIONS BY ADDRESS
04/14/2016 TO 04/28/2016

862 BRANFORD RD

BRUSH LETTER
04/18/16
04/18/16
08/16/16
04/25/16
WESTBROOK 12
20160502
WICKER, ALPHAS
DEBRIS REMOVED
4-18 - 16 dp Noticed a pile of unbagged/unbundled tree debris in the street gutter. Certificate letter, follow up 4-24-16 .
4 - 25 - 16 dp Debris gone close.

1424 CORNISH RD

TRASH & DEBRIS


04/14/16
04/14/16
08/12/16
04/20/16
N/A
20160479
JOHNSTON, EARL
DEBRIS REMOVED
4-14- 1 6 dp I noticed sone trash in the curblawn and a pile of unbagged/unbundled brush in the street gutter. Certificate ,
follow up 4-20-16 .
4 - 20-16 dp Debris gone close .

TRASH & DEBRIS


04/22/16
04/22/16
08/20/16
WESTBROOK 2
20160567
GARRETT, ROGER & GRILLO, S
4-22-16 dp Noticed an unbagged pile of brush in the street gutter. Certified with cc totenant follow upo 4-27-16.

1439 CROYDON RD

973 DARTMOUTH RD

BRUSH LETTER
04/25/16
04/25/16
08/23/16
WESTBROOK 12
20160586
HEFFNER, DAVID & EILEEN
4-25-16 dp Noticed an unbagged/unbundled pile of brush in the street gutter. Certificate follow up 5-1-16.
TALL WEEDS/GRASS
N/A
4-25-16 dp TW. Certified, follow up 5-3-16.

274 DORSET RD N

485 DORSET RD N

04/25/16
20160583

04/25/16
HEFFNER, ROBERT

04/25/17

BRUSH LETTER

04/25/16
04/25/16
08/23/16
20160585
DOTY, JUSTIN
4-25-16 dp Notice a large pilke of unbagged/unbundled bruah in the atreet gutter. Certificate follo eup 5-1-16.
04/20/16
04/20/16
08/18/16
20160510
RICH, MARELLA
DEBRIS REMOVED
Noriced a pile of unbundled/unbagged tree debris in the street gutter. Certificate, follow up 4-25-16.
4-25-16 dp Debris gone close.

781 DORSET RD N

BRUSH LETTER

04/25/16

BRUSH LETTER
04/26/16
04/26/16
08/24/16
LOUFMAN, MARTHA
20160603
N/A
4-26-16 sb Brush letter. Certificate, follow up 5-2-16
4-27-16 sb John Loufman tel. He is the son. He will tie up the branches and clean up the rest.

122 DORSET RD S

1473 FLEET RD

BRUSH LETTER
04/20/16
04/20/16
08/18/16
N/A
20160526
BRIDGES, LORA
DEBRIS REMOVED
4-20-16 dp Noticed an unbundled/unbagged pile of brush in the street gutter. Certificate, follow up 4-26-16.
4-26-16 dp Debris gone close.
04/21/16
20160546

04/21/16
DRAKE, JAMES

04/21/16
20160545

04/21/16
08/19/16
LS REDDY PROPERTIES LLC

04/21/16
20160544

04/21/16
ZHU, BO JIN

04/21/17

BRUSH LETTER
04/21/16
N/A
20160536
4-19-16 sb Small pile of brush in ROW. Certificate, follow up 4-26-16.
4-25-16 sb Debris removed. Close.

04/21/16
BLACK, JUDITH

08/19/16

BRUSH LETTER
EDGEHILL
4-19-16 sb Brush in ROW, certificate, follow up 4-26-16.

04/21/16
BOYER, SHAWN

08/19/16

BRUSH LETTER
N/A
4-19-16 sb Brush in ROW. Certificate, follow up 4-26-16.
4-27-16 sb Brush gone. Close.

1310 FARNHAM RD

14 2 5 HENLEY RD

BRUSH LETTER

08/19/16

04/26/16

04/27/16
COMPLETED

4-19-16 sb Brush in ROW. Certified, follow up 4-29-16.


1615 HENLEY RD

TALL WEEDS/GRASS
N/A
4-19-16 sb Tall weeds, certificate, follow up 4-28-16.

0 KENT LN

916 KENT LN

04/21/16
20160537

921 KENT LN

TALL WEEDS/GRASS
04/21/16
04/21/17
N/A
20160538
WOLFORD, KIMBERLY
4-19-16 sb Gave to Sheri to publish in paper. She will let me know when that will happen
4-21-16 sb Add in today's paper. Follow up 4-27-16.

1445 MC KAIG AVE

TRASH & DEBRIS

04/14/16

04/14/16

04/25/16
DEBRIS REMOVED

08/12/16

20160478
BOOHER, GREGORY
4-14-16 sb Big piles of concrete on property along with tires and misc. trash. Certified, follow up 4-22-16.
1445 MC KAIG AVE

PROPERTY MAINTENANCE

04/14/16
08/12/16
20160475
BOOHER, GREGORY
4-14-16 sb Roof collapsing and has huge holes. Large holes around bottom of barn allowing animals to enter. Replace entire
roof and fix holes. Friendly letter. Follow up 5-13-16.
TALL WEEDS/GRASS
04/20/16
04/20/16
04/20/17
WESTBROOK 3
20160514
LAMB, MELANIE
4-19-16 dp I received a complaint opf tall grass at this location. I inspected and measured and it is not tall enough as of
yet. I had this last year as well. This owner goes to Florida for the winter and the number I had for her is not valid. I
will revisit this in 10 days and measure again. Follow up 4-27-16.
4-27-16 dp Grass ok, follow up 5-11-16.

224 NORWICH RD N

19 NORWICH RD S

SIGN VIOLATIONS

04/14/16
20160470

08/12/16
VEROS, LLC

4-14-16 sb Blue lights around "OPEN" sign are blinking.


4-14-16 sb Tel Lori at Liberty Tax. Explained the situation and asked her to turn off the blue lights or make them static.
She said she would fix the situation. Follow up 4-18-16
4-18-16 sb Still blinking. Sending violation letter. Follow up 4-28-16.
317 SUMMIT AVE

BRUSH LETTER

04/21/16
20160541

04/21/16
DALY, THOMAS

08/19/16

04/21/16
20160539

04/21/16
MILLER, MARK

08/19/16

04/27/16
DEBRIS REMOVED

4-19-16 sb Brush in ROW. Certificate, follow up 4-26-16.


4-27-16 sb Brush gone. Close.
426 SUMMIT AVE

BRUSH LETTER

04/27/16
DEBRIS REMOVED

4-21-16 sb Brush in ROW. Certificate, follow up 4-26-16.


4-25-16 sb Lady called and told Sheri she had put sticks in T-bags.
4-27-16 sb Brush gone. Close.
BRUSH LETTER
04/28/16
04/28/16
08/26/16
WESTBROOK 3
20160633
FULKERSON, ANN
4-27-16 dp Noticed a small pile of unbundled/unbagged brush in the street gutter. Certificate follow up 5-3-16.

1577 SUSSEX RD

TALL WEEDS/GRASS
BROAD ACRES
4-20-16 dp TW. Certificate follow up 4-27-16.
4-27-16 dp Grass tall send to OZ follow up 5-18-16.

10 TAMPLIN DR

1436 TRADE SQ W

04/20/16
20160525

04/20/16
BAKER, KELLI

04/20/17

BRUSH LETTER
04/18/16
04/18/16
08/16/16
WESTBROOK 8
20160501
LINDED, FREDERICK
NO VIOLATION
4-18-16 dp Noticed a pile of unbagged/unbubdled brush in the street gutter. Certificate letter follow up 4-24-16.
4-22-16 dp I received a call from this owner and he said this is bundled. I verified this, Close.

04/22/16

675 WINDSOR RD

BRUSH LETTER
04/20/16
04/20/16
08/18/16
04/26/16
N/A
20160528
HUANG, XIANG XI
DEBRIS REMOVED
4-20-16 dp Noticed an unbundled/unbagged pile of sticks in the street gutter on the Surrey side. Certificate, follow up
4-26-16.
4-26-16 dp Debris gone close.
PROPERTY MAINTENANCE

04/15/16
04/15/16
08/13/16
20160488
900 NORTH MARKET LLC
4-15-16 dp This location has exterior paint peeling and rusted entry doors that all need to be painted. Certified, follow up
5-26-16.
4-25-16 fp Green card back dated 4-21-16. Follow up 5-23-16.

26 FOSS WAY

533 LAKE S'1

BRUSH LETTER
N/A
4-19-16 sb Brush in ROW . Certificate, fol l ow up 4-26-16 .
4-27-16 sb Brush gone . Close.

04/21/16
20160543

04/21/16
WISE, LOGAN

08/19/16

04/26/16
04/26/16
20160591
VEROS LLC
4-26-16 sb Sending friendly letter about their parking blocks being over our sidewalk.

08/24/16

1408 MAIN ST W

04/27/16
DEBRIS REMOVED

ENGINEERING PROBLEM

Follow up 5-5-16.

1567 MAIN ST W

HOME OCCUPATIONS
04/20/16
04/20/16
08/18/16
N/A
20160512
BROWN GERALDINE KAY
4-19-16 dp I noticed several puch mowers at this location and one day I also noticed a young man in the front yard area
working on one . It appears as a home business is possibky being ran at this location. Certificate, letter follow up 5-4-16 .
SIGN VIOLATIONS
04/18/16
08/16/16
WESTBROOK 6
20160492
GIANT DAYTON, LLC
COMPLETED
4 - 18-16 sb Feather flag-illegal . Tried calling, no one answers. Stop by tomorrow and let them know. Follow up 4-19-16 .
4-19-16 sb Spoke with business owner, he removed flag while I was there. Close

1590 MAIN ST W

1506 MC KAIG AVE

TALL WEEDS/GRASS

04/26/16
20160602

04/26/16
BROCK, KEVIN

04/19/16

04/26/17

4-26-16 sb Tall weeds, certified, follow up 5 - 5-16 .


BRUSH LETTER
04/22/16
04/22/16
08/20/16
WESTBROOK 7
20160568
PRICE, TYLER
COMPLETED
4-22-16 dp Noticed 2 piled s of unbundled/unbagged brush in the street gutter, Certificate follow up 4-27-16.
4-27-16 dp Bundled, Close.

1611 NORTH RD

04/27/16

TRASH & DEBRIS

04/26/16
04/26/16
08/24/16
20160601
HYDE, ROGER AND LORA
4-26-16 sb Trash and wood by the alley. Certificate, follow up 5-2-16 .
4-28 - 16 sb Roger tel 937-573-8194. Most of the picture is a bush that is growing . He did pick up the trash around the box
and stacked the wood .

1225 RACE ST W

CITY OF TROY - WARD SIX


VIOLATIONS BY ADDRESS
04/14/2016 TO 04/28/2016
BRUSH LETTER
N/A
4-19-16 sb Brush in ROW . Certificate, follow up 4-26-16.
4-27-16 sb Brush gone. Close.

04/21/16
20160548

04/21/16
LAND, BRUCE

08/19/16

BRUSH LETTER
KINGS CHAPEL 3
4-19-16 sb Brush in ROW. Certified . Follow up 4-29-16.

04/21/16
20160549

04/21/16
WELLS, JOYCE

08/19/16

BRUSH LETTER
N/A
4-19-16 sb Brush in ROW. Certified, follow up 4-29-16.

04/21/16
20160550

04/21/16
STEIN, RICHARD

08/19/16

2502 INVERNESS CT

2504 INVERNESS CT

2507 INVERNESS CT

20 STANFIELD RD S
4-27 - 16 sb Tel Ron at TSC .
Follow up 4-28 - 16 .
183 TAMWORTH RD

04/27/16
DEBRIS REMOVED

TEMP SIGN-NO PERMIT

04/27/16
08/25/16
20160617
TROY ASSOCIATES
They have a temp freestanding sign, explained our regulations, he said he would take it down .

TALL WEEDS/GRASS

04/20/16

04/20/16

04/20/17

N/A
4-20-16 dp TW. Both ways to owner in SC. Follow up 4-27-16 .
4-27-16 dp Grass has been cut, follow up 5-11-16.

20160523

STUDEBAKER. JASON

BRUSH LETTER
N/A
4-19-16 sb Brush in ROW . Certified, follow up 4-29-16

04/21/16
20160552

04/21/16
THOMAS, SUSY

08/19/16

BRUSH LETTER
N/A
4 - 19-16 sb Brush in ROW. Certificate, follow up 4-26-16 .
4-25-16 sb Message from Jon Mauk, he complied.
4-27-16 sb Brush gone. Close .

04/21/16
20160551

04/21/16
MAUK, JON

08/19/16

TALL WEEDS/GRASS
N/A
4-19-16 sb Tall weeds, certificate, follow up 4-28-16 .

04/21/16
20160547

04/21/16
WILSON, TRACY

04/21/17

04/26/16
20160592

04/26/16
08/24/16
PATEL, YAGNESHKUMAR

2477 THORNHILL DR

2484 THORNHILL DR

2413 WATERFORD DR

15 WESTHAVEN DR

TRASH & DEBRIS

4-26 - 16 sb Debris/trash in ROW. Certificate, follow up 5-2-16 .

04/27/16
DEBRIS REMOVED

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TREASURE ISLAND PARK


2016 EVENTS
June 12

June 18

Invitation Tours, 2:00 PM


Dedication of Lighthouse, 3:00 PM
Public open house and tours, 3:00 - 5:00 PM
Canoe Float, 9:00 AM

June 25

The First Annual Great Miami 12 mile River Race and Fun Float, 9:00 AM

June 25

Concert - Phil Dirt Presents: Surf's Up a Tribute to the Beach Boys Concert, 7:30 PM

June 26

Corvette Troy Cruise In 12:00 - 4:00 PM

July 9

Stranger Concert, 7:30 PM

July 10

Troy Triathlon, 8:00 AM


Civic Band Concert, 7:00 PM

July 17

Kid's Big Truck Day, 1:00-3:00 PM


Civic Band Concert, 7:00 PM

July 23

2016 River Rock Beach Party, 3:00- 9:00 PM


River Rock Concert -- Parrots of the Caribbean Concert, 7:30 PM

August 6

Night Volleyball Tournament, 8:00 PM

August 14

Civic Band Concert, 7:00 PM

August 20

Canoe Float and River Appreciation Day, 9:00 AM

Sept. S

Civic Band Concert, 7:00 PM

Sept. 17

Be the Match SK Run/Walk, 9:00 AM -1:00 PM

October 9

NAP RA
The Championship of the National Association of Professional River Anglers - time TBD

October 15

Ghost Stories on the Island, 6:00 PM

Listing will be updated if events are added.

4-28-2016

CITY OF TROY, OHIO


DATE
1/1/2016
8/2016

2016 SPECIAL EVENTS

EVENT

LOCATION

TIME

FIRST PLACE RUN

FRANKLIN ST TO ADAMS ST & BACK


10AM

10:00AM

MARTIN LUTHER KING WALK

SW Quad to PD to First UCC

9 :30AM

5/14/2016

TROY CHRISTIAN SCHOOL 5K

Troy Christian to HUNP and back

9:00AM

5/23/2016

THS JAZ.Z BAND - PICNIC ON THE PLAZA

PROUTY PLAZA/NW QUAD

11 :45 AM

5/25/2016

7TH GRADE BAND - PICNIC ON THE PLAZA

PROUTY PLAZA/NW QUAD

11 :45 AM

5/26/2016

8TH GRADE BAND - PICNIC ON THE PLAZA

PROUTY PLAZA/NW QUAD

11:45 AM

5/27/2016

TROY STREETS ALIVE - DANCING IN THE STREETS

PROUTY PLAZA/NW QUAD

5-9 PM

5/29/2016

TROY CIVIC BAND CONCERT - WELCOME SUMMER

PROUTY PLAZA/NW QUAD

7:00 PM

5/30/2016

MEMORIAL DAY CEREMONIES

ADAMS ST. BRIDGE/CEMETERY

10:00

JUNE 3,4,5

STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL ACTIVITIES

DOWNTOWN & LEVEE

6-11 - 10-8

FARMERS MARKET

S CHERRY ST. (FRANKLIN TO MAIN)

9AM-1 PM

6/11/2016

HAYNER WHISKEY RUN - 5K

WATER ST AT HAYNER TO ADAMS


TO BIKE PATH

8:30 AM - 11 AM

6/12/2016

TREASURE ISLAND PARK DEDICATION AND OPEN HOUSE

TREASURE ISLAND PARK

DEDICATION 3 PM; TOURS 3-5 PM

6/14/2016

MOVIES ON THE SQUARE

PROUTY PLAZA/NW QUAD

7 PM ENTERTAIN, 9 PM MOVIE

6/17/2016

TMS CONCERT - ERIC JERARDI

PROUTY PLAZA/NW QUAD

7:30 PM

6/24/2016

TMS CONCERT - BRANDON CHASE

PROUTY PLAZA/NW QUAD

7:30 PM

6/25/2016

PHIL DIRT PRESENTS: SURF'S UP! A TRIBUTE TO THE BEACH TREASURE ISLAND PARK
BOYS

6/30/2016

CINCINNATI SYMPHONY CONCERT

PROUTY PLAZA - SQUARE

8:00 PM

7/4/2016

JULY 4TH PARADE

STAUNTON, MARKET, MAIN

9:00AM

7:30 PM

7/4/2016

FIREWORKS

LEVEE AREA

10:00 PM

7/J:l/2016

HAYNER CONCERT-EVERYTHING FITZ

PROUTY PLAZA/NW QUAD

7:30 PM

CONCERT - STRANGER AT TREASURE ISLAND PARK

TREASURE ISLAND PARK

7:30 PM

7/10/2016

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TROY TRIATHLON

RIVER, ADAMS ST, PARKS

7 AM - 11 AM

7/10/2016

TROY CIVIC JAZZ BAND CON.-SALUTE TO COUNT BASIE

TREASURE ISLAND PARK

7:00 PM

7/12/2016

MOVIES ON THE SQUARE

PROUTY PLAZA/NW QUAD

7 PM ENTERTAIN, 9 PM MOVIE

7/15/2016

HAYNER CONCERT - SEVENTH STREET

PROUTY PLAZA/NW QUAD

7:30 PM

7/17/2016

TROY KIDS TRIATHLON

AQUATIC PK/STADIUM/PARK

7:30 AM - NOON

7/17/2016

TROY CIVIC BAND CONCERT-IT ALL STARTED WITH A


MOUSE

TREASURE ISLAND PARK

7:00 PM

7/22/2016

HAYNER CONCERT - BRASS TRACKS

PROUTY PLAZA/NW QUAD

7:30 PM

7/23/2016

RIVER ROCK CONCERT - PARROTS OF THE CARIBBEAN

TREASURE ISLAND PARK

7:30 PM

7/29/2016

TMS CONCERT - MAD RIVER RAILROAD

PROUTY PLAZA/NW QUAD

7:30 PM

8/5/2016

TMS CONCERT - HOTEL CALIFORNIA

ENTIRE SQUARE

7:30 PM

8/9/2016

MOVIES ON THE SQUARE

PROUTY PLAZA/NW QUAD

7 PM ENTERTAIN, 9 PM MOVIE

8/10/2016

AIR FORCE BAND OF FLIGHT - SYSTEMS GO ROCK BAND


CONCERT

ENTIRE SQUARE

7:00 PM

8/14/2016

TROY CIVIC BAND CONCERT-POPS ON THE RIVERSIDE

TREASURE ISLAND PARK

7:00 PM

8/20/2016

FESTIVAL OF NATIONS

LEVEE/BEHIND STADIUM

NOON - 8PM
7:00PM

8/21/2016

MAYORS CONCERT-DAYTON PHILHARMONIC

ENTIRE SQUARE

8/26/2016

TROY STREETS ALIVE

DOWNTOWN AREA

9/5/2016

TROY CIVIC BAND CONCERT- LAND & SEA

TREASURE ISLAND PARK

9/10/2016

TASTE OF TROY

DOWNTOWN AREA

10/22/2016

CHILDRENS' HALLOWEEN PARADE

PROUTY PLAZA/NW QUAD

CHRISTMAS TREE LIGHTING

SQUARE/DOWNTOWN AREA

2016

7:00 PM

5-9 PM