Village Council Resolution No. 2016-14
A Resolution Authorizing The Mayor Of The Village Of Riverlea, Ohio To Contract With The City Of Worthington, Ohio And The Worthington Police Department To Provide Police Services In The Village, And To Declare An Emergency
Introduced by Gordon
WHEREAS, the Council of the Village of Riverlea deems it necessary to provide for police protection for the Village and to provide compensation for such protection; and
WHEREAS, the Village of Riverlea is located adjacent to the City of Worthington, Ohio, and the Council of the Village of Riverlea has determined to contract with the City of Worthington and the Worthington Police Department to provide such police service and protection for the safety of Village residents and property and to provide compensation for such protection;
WHEREAS, the City of Worthington has proposed and presented to the Mayor of the Village a contract that provided for a one-year term at an annual amount that does not exceed $69,089, plus an additional contingent fee for investigative services that shall not exceed $15,000, and the Council of the Village of Riverlea desires to ratify and accept such contract for such term.
Therefore, Be It Resolved By The Council Of The Village Of Riverlea, State Of Ohio:
Section 1. Authorization. That the Mayor or, in his absence from the Village, the president pro tempore of Council, each be and is hereby authorized and directed on behalf of the Village of Riverlea to enter into an appropriate agreement with the City of Worthington, Ohio, and/or the Worthington Police Department, for the provision of police protection within the Village of Riverlea for the period from January 1, 2017 through December 31, 2017 for an annual amount not to exceed $ 69,089, plus an additional contingent fee for investigative services that shall not exceed $ 15,000, and substantially in the form of the Contract currently existing between the Village and City, with such minor changes thereto as may be approved by the person executing the same on behalf of the Village.
Section 2. Open Meetings. That this Council finds and determines that all formal actions of this Council concerning and relating to the passage of this Resolution were taken in an open meeting of this Council and that all deliberations of this Council that resulted in those formal actions were in meetings open to the public in compliance with law.
Section 3. Emergency Effective Date. That this Resolution is declared to be an emergency measure, effective upon passage, and immediately necessary for the preservation of the health, peace, safety and welfare of the residents of the Village of Riverlea. Such emergency exists in the Village because the Council meets only once a month, and three readings cannot be held before the contract expires. Accordingly, this Resolution shall be in full Worthington Police Contract 2017 force and effect from and after the earliest date permitted by law after its passage.
Section 4. Publication. That pursuant to Ohio Revised Code Section 731.25, the Council of the Village of Riverlea hereby determines that publication of this Ordinance in a newspaper is unnecessary and does hereby determine that this Ordinance, or a summary of this Ordinance, shall be published by posting copies of this Ordinance or a summary hereof in the five following places which are determined to be the five most public places in the Village of Riverlea, Ohio:
- The Circle on West Riverglen Drive.
- The Ravine Park on West Riverglen Drive.
- The Northwest corner of Beverly Place and Dover Court.
- Lot 75 on West Riverglen Drive.
- Lot 7 on West Southington Avenue.
Section 5. Effective Date. That this Resolution shall be in full force and effect from and after the earliest date permitted by law.
Passed this 21st day of November 2016.
Eric MacGilvray, Mayor
Joshua C. Mehling, Clerk-Treasurer
I hereby certify that on the 22nd day of November 2016, I posted a copy of the above Resolution in each of the five places heretofore designated by Council as the most public places in the Village and that the same remained there posted continuously for fifteen (15) days.
Joshua C. Mehling, Clerk-Treasurer