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Paul H. Fiser
City Manager
222 N. Main St
Clyde, Ohio 43410


Sharon S. Smith
Administrative Secretary
222 N. Main St
Clyde, Ohio 43410


The City of Clyde, as provided in the City Charter, is a Council-Manager Government. The Manager's duty is to execute the laws and administer the government of the municipality. The Manager is the Chief Executive Officer of the City and is responsible to Council for the proper administration of the Municipal Government.


City Manager's Update to Council 04/01/2014

Phase I of the East Forest Street Project has resumed.  KF Construction has been preparing the east end of the job for curb and gutter, which will be poured early next week along with the sidewalks between Church Street and East Street.  The remaining sidewalks are scheduled to be poured the week of the April 21.  

The Equalization (EQ) Basin Study has been completed and the report, which details the findings of the investigation, was submitted today to the Ohio EPA, in conformance with our Long Term Control Plan (LTCP).  As expected, the results show that an EQ Basin is needed to meet the LTCP objectives of four (4) or less combined sewer overflow (CSO) per year.  We anticipate a very short review period (< 30 days) by the OEPA as we have met and/or corresponded numerous times during the investigation.  The EPA’s opinion as to “sizing” of the basin is the next step in the process.  Following that, we will proceed toward the terms of the LTCP and construction of the basin by December 30, 2015.

In regards to the EQ Basin and our sewer rates in general, Courtney and Associates have completed the revenue requirement model for the City’s Sewer Fund.  We will be reviewing that study over the next few days and tentatively presenting it to council at the April Work Session.

The County Engineer’s Office has approached the city regarding the resurfacing of Limerick Road between Main Street and CR 175.  The city would be responsible for just under half of that length and the county would have the balance.  They are prepared to pave their portion and our section has needed it for a few years now.  The engineer’s office will handle the advertising, bidding and inspection.  The city will only be responsible for our actual share.  It makes sense for the two entities to cooperate and do this as one project so we will have legislation at the next meeting for the proposed expense. 

A solution to drainage problems in and around the area of Midvale Avenue, Elmdale Avenue and Mason Street, which was discussed at our last meeting, is still being planned.  The county ditch petition has been prepared and W-T Realty, owners of the Park Place Apartments, plans to file it with the County Commissioners as soon as possible.  This will be somewhat of a long process but much needed at the same time.

We are continuing to vet the company, which wishes to purchase the SolarVision power purchase and solar licensing agreements.  We will be performing a field visit to one of their larger solar fields in the City of Toledo.  The assignment of those agreements require the city’s approval. 

The General Service Department took delivery of their new excavator, a Caterpillar Model 308E2CRSB last week.  It has been very active in its first few days in service.

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