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Fiser City Manager
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 October 7, 2014

Limerick and Durnwald Resurfacing - It is the end of summer but construction season is still in full swing here.  Over the last few weeks, both Limerick Road and Durnwald Drive were milled and resurfaced.  Both roads have received their paint stripping, look great and ride even better. 

The East Forest Street Sewer Separation is gaining momentum.  Helms and Sons Excavating have two full crews on-site and are making good headway.  The new water main has been completed and passed all needed tests.  One of the crews are making service taps to the water main while the other crew is completing the sanitary sewer line and making taps as they progress towards the East.  The project should have another seven (7) weeks of workable weather before the asphalt plants think about closing.  Helms intends to have the road under pavement by winter.

The South Street Bridge project started yesterday with the closing of South Street for a 60-day period.  Access to the South Street Parking Lot at the Enclosed Shelter House will be maintained but traffic must enter from the West (Race Street).  We will be sending out a friendly reminder to all voters who use the Enclosed Shelter House on Election Day (November 4th).  

The Police Dispatchers and Road Patrol Officers have moved back into their remodeled Dispatch Center.  The area looks and functions great.  The new floor plan certainly gives an impression that the old footprint has grown but the perimeter did not change.  The actual dispatch system is a newer version of the Zetron system installed at the county and we are still bringing it on-line and up to full capabilities.  Chief Gower is here this evening to give you a tour following the meeting.

As mentioned earlier, survey work has already started on the US RT 20 Culvert Job.  This project involves the replacement of a 60-year-old corrugated metal culvert near Hall's Market.  Construction costs are estimated at approximately $450,000.  We were awarded a Small City Grant (FY 2016) for this project thru the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT).  The total funding amount was $391,600.00.

The 2014 Clyde Fair appeared to be a big hit again this year.  I had the opportunity to catch many of the events and they were all very well attended.  The weather seemed to cooperate for the most part.  I would like to send out a big "Thank You" to the Clyde Fair Board for all of the hard work and long hours they put in each year as they prepare for this event.  Your dedication is very much appreciated.

Misc. Updates

Clyde Police SUVs - the two new vehicles approved at our last meeting have been ordered. 

Environmental Services Storage Building - Construction has been completed. 

City Hall Boiler - Installation has begun. 

Railroad Grade Crossing Improvements - Maple Street closed yesterday and should be completed in nine (9) days.  US RT 20 crossing will be next but a date is yet TBD.

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