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The Washington Township Board of Trustees met in Regular Session on April 18, 2005, at <br />7:30 p.m. at the Washington Township Government Center, 8200 McEwen Road. President <br />Snyder led the Pledge of Allegiance. <br />MINUTES OF PRECEEDING MEETINGS <br />It was moved by Mrs. Young, seconded by Mr. Blair, that the Board approves the minutes of <br />the Regular meeting held April 4, 2005, and the Special meeting held April 7, 2005. <br />Vote on Motion: Young, aye; Blair, aye; Snyder, aye. M2005 -144 <br />It was moved by Mrs. Young, seconded by Mr. Blair, that the Board approves the minutes of <br />the Workshop held April 11, 2005. <br />Vote on Motion: Young, aye; Blair, aye; Snyder, abstained. M2005 -145 <br />CLERK'S BUSINESS <br />Appropriation Transfer <br />Under State law, a State line item account cannot carry a negative balance. To prevent an <br />account from going negative, staff needs approval from the Board of Trustees for an intra -fund <br />transfer. <br />A general fund transfer is needed due to the replacement of a commercial refrigerator and <br />freezer at Hithergreen Senior Center. <br />It was moved by Mr. Blair, seconded by Mrs. Young, that the Board approves the following <br />appropriation transfer: <br />From: To: <br />Account # Amount Account # Amount <br />01 -02 -5034 7,000 01 -01 -5063 7,000 <br />Building- Contingency Equipment - Hithergreen <br />Vote on Motion: Blair, aye; Young, aye; Snyder, aye. M2005 -146 <br />PRESENTATION BY CENTERVILLE CITY SCHOOLS <br />Superintendent Gary Smiga, from Centerville City Schools, made a presentation to the <br />Trustees and citizens concerning Issue 13, which is on the May 3, 2005, ballot. Three school <br />board members, Karen Myers, John Doll, and David Roer, and School Treasurer Steven <br />Hinshaw were also present. Issue 13 is a combined bond issue and operating levy for the <br />school system. A bond issue is for capital improvements and an operating levy is for day -to- <br />day expenses. Mr. Smiga indicated that both are needed at this time. It is anticipated that <br />enrollment will be up to 9,000 students by the end of the decade and their current capacity is <br />for approximately 8,000 students. Current enrollment is at 8,156. Short -term, the district has <br />04/18/05 <br />