CITY OF ST. MATTHEWS
Council Meeting Minutes
February 11, 2020

The regular meeting of the St. Matthews City Council was held on Tuesday, February 11, 2020. The meeting was called to order at 7:00 p.m. The meeting was held at St. Matthews City Hall, 3940 Grandview Avenue. The following people were present:

MAYOR
Richard J. Tonini
CITY COUNCIL
Councilmember Bernie Bowling                                          Councilmember Stuart Monohan
Councilmember Cathi Clark                                                Councilmember Mary Jo Nay
Councilmember Frank Flynn                                               Councilmember Amy Olson
Councilmember Tim Holland                                              Councilmember Tony Weiter
OTHER OFFICIALS
John Singler - St. Matthews City Attorney
Barry Wilkerson – Major, St. Matthews Police Department
Susan Clark – St. Matthews City Clerk/Treasurer
OTHER ATTENDEES
Gary Major – Resident
Pat Chapman – Resident
Kate Leitner – Manager of St. Matthews/Eline Branch
Josh Suiter – Chamber of St. Matthews
Elizabeth Cleary – Chamber of St. Matthews

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

The Pledge of Allegiance was accomplished followed by the roll call vote of attendance.

MINUTES

A motion was made by Councilmember Weiter to approve the minutes from the January 28, 2020 regular meeting. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Nay.

Upon Voice Vote: (8-0) the motion carried.

PUBLIC COMMENTS

St. Matthews/Eline Library Branch Manager Kate Leitner announced several specials events that are planned for the branch.

PENDING BUSINESS

DISCUSSION ON TRINITY HILLS SUBDIVISION DRAINAGE ISSUE – Tabled

No discussion took place due to the topic being tabled.

ORDINANCE 19-10                                      GOLF CART ALLOWANCE – Tabled

No discussion took place due to topic being tabled.

NEW BUSINESS

There was no new business to discuss.

EXPENDITURES

Councilmember Bowling made a motion to approve the expenditures listed and have checks drawn on the city’s treasury in the total of $265,515.92. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Nay.

Upon Roll Call Vote: (8-0) the motion carried. Yes Votes: Councilmembers Clark, Holland, Weiter, Monohan, Bowling, Nay, Flynn and Olson. No Votes: None.

COMMITTEE REPORTS

· Councilmember Nay mentioned newsletter have been mailed and are in homes.

CITY ATTORNEY’S REPORT

Mr. Singler relayed of approximately 300 properties that previously had taxes in arrears, all but about 70 have been brought current.

MAYOR’S REPORT

Mayor Tonini read suggested verbiage for a plaque that will be placed in the children’s garden of the library honoring Dustin Strong, former manager of the branch. Additionally, Louis Straub, President of Independence Bank has requested a donation to the Boy Scouts. Attorney Singler reminded the councilmembers that any request for program funding should be handled following the standard procedure of completing a grant application form.

ADJOURNMENT

Councilmember Holland made a motion to adjourn. The motion was seconded by Councilmembers Clark, Weiter, and Nay

Upon Voice Vote: (8-0) the motion carried, and the meeting adjourned at 7:08 p.m.

Respectfully submitted,

Susan Clark, City Clerk 
Richard Tonini, Mayor

FEBRUARY 11, 2020      
BE IT RESOLVED THAT THE MAYOR DRAW WARRANTS on the City Treasury,
counter-signed by the City Clerk authorizing payment of the below listed invoices:
A & K Auto Detailing   Police – Tinting $95.00 
Aamco Center   Works – Vehicle Repair $358.37 
All-State Ford   Works – Vehicle Repair $420.00 
American Planning Association   Admin. – Annual Dues Jack Ruf $93.00 
Anderson’s Sales and Service   Work – Supplies and Materials $279.30 
AT&T   City Hall/Comm. Center – Phones $1,310.74 
ATCO International   Works – Week Killer and Steel Wipes $464.75 
Awards Center   Police – Awards Banquet $259.70 
CDW – Government   All – Computer Maintenance $1,228.50 
Chapman Heating and Cooling   Rental Property – 201 Thierman Lane $6,579.00 
Clark & Riggs   Admin. – Newsletter Printing $2,212.00 
Coca Cola Refreshments   Admin. – Cokes for Machine $408.50 
Delta Dental of KY   All – Dental Insurance $5,016.82 
Dining with Gabor and More   Police – Annual Banquet $8,178.37 
Forensic Medical Services, Inc.   Police – Consultation $800.00 
Galls   Police – Uniforms $943.02 
Geoghegan Roofing Corp.   Works – Roofing 201 Thierman Ln. $19,485.00 
Golden West Industrial Supply   Police – Traffic Flashlight Wands $196.38 
Goodyear   Police – Vehicle Repair $5,031.79 
Guardian Insurance Company   All – Life/Long/Short Term Insurance $8,410.70 
Home Depot   Works – Supplies and Materials $61.25 
Jefferson County PVA   Admin. – Annual Dues for Subscription $325.00 
KEMI   All – Workers Compensation $14,791.63 
Kentucky League of Cities Insurance Services   Admin. – New Vehicle Insurance $1,854.85 
KIPDA Clerks Association   Admin. – Annual Dues    $15.00 
KY Assoc. of Chiefs of Police (Forfeiture Acct)   Police – Crisis Management Training $150.00 
Leonard Brush and Chemical   Brown Park – Supplies for Restroom $114.88 
Lexis Nexus   Police – Investigative Tool $118.00 
Linear Services   Works – Stop Bar Striping $1,430.00 
Louisville Gas & Electric   Works – Electric/Street Lights $33,047.48 
Louisville Water Company   Works – Water $536.92 
Lowe’s   Police – Supplies and Materials $266.76 
Manning Equipment LLC   Police – Vehicle Spotlight $656.00 
Marlin Business Bank   Admin. – Copy Machine Rent $136.00 
Medley’s Auto & Truck Alignment   Works – Vehicle Repair $630.07 
Miller Company   Police – Copy Machine Charge $98.61 
Mirazon   Admin. – Computer Maintainance $5,648.00 
Mobile Forensic Solutions   Police – Forensic Examination $453.00 
Moreno Express   Admin. – Newsletter Production $2,047.08 
MPI Printing   Police – Awards Invites $435.77 
Napa Auto Parts   Works – Supplies and Materials $682.30 
Natural Products   Works – Fill Dirt $87.00 
Neill-Lavielle Supply Company   Works – Supplies    $90.96 
Nixon Power Service Company   Works – Generator Maintenance $318.00 
PNC Bank   All – Supplies and Materials $5,404.83 
Print Tex USA (Forfeiture Account)   Police – Supplies and Materials $550.00 
Riverfront LLC   Works – Trees for Annual Planting $18,209.00 
Rumpke   Works/Warwick Park – Garbage/Portalets $92,659.42 
Saf-Ti-Co   Works – Street Sign $269.50 
Sam’s Club   Admin. – Annual Membership Dues $45.00 
Security Pro’s   Works – Monitoring $1,161.89 
Singler & Ritsert   Admin. – City Attorney Fees $5,509.00 
Southern Tire   Works – Tires $307.00 
Sparkle Brite III   All – Vehicle Wash $126.00 
Spectrum   Police/Works – Monitoring $299.97 
Tim Porco Photos   Police – Department Photos $500.00 
Tony’s Wrecker Service   Police – Towing $140.00 
Total Office Products   Police – Office Supplies $159.96 
Total Truck Parts   Works – Part $214.83 
Wex Bank   All – Fuel for Vehicles $12,458.29 
Wilson Equipment   Works – Vehicle Repair $615.81 
Library City Hall    
Reimbursements and Payments    
Keller, Brian   Police – Banquest Photo’s $285.00 
Mayer, Norm II (Forfeiture Account)   Police – Reimbursement for Training $468.50 
Sanders, John   Police – Reimbursement for Training $51.60 
Shepard, Barbara   Police – Reimbursement for Banquet $124.82 
Wilkerson, Barry   Police – Reimbursements for IACP Dues $190.00 
TOTAL   $265,515.92