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The Washington Township Board of Trustees met in Regular Session on February 4, 2008, at <br />7:30 p.m. at the Washington Township Government Center, 8200 McEwen Road. President <br />Young opened the meeting and led the Pledge of Allegiance. <br />MINUTES OF PRECEEDING MEETINGS <br />It was moved by Mr. Blair, seconded by Mr. Snyder, that the Board approves the pre- meeting <br />minutes and the minutes of the Regular meetings held January 7 and January 14, 2008, and <br />the Workshop held January 28, 2008. <br />Vote on Motion: Blair, aye; Snyder, aye; Young, aye. M2008 -041 <br />FISCAL OFFICER'S BUSINESS <br />Year -to -Date Income /Expense Report <br />The Trustees requested that a Year -to -Date Income /Expense Report be presented on a <br />monthly basis. As of January 31, 2008, Washington Township has collected $382,886.32 in <br />all funds and has dispersed $1,500,044.81 from all funds for a positive cash carryover of <br />$1,117,158.49. <br />CITIZEN CONCERNS <br />Bob Kyvik, 2555 Goodfield Point, previously requested an apology from the Trustees for his <br />name being used in the demotion of an employee. Since the Township Administrator retired, <br />he brought it up again and asked the Trustees to review this employee's personnel file. <br />Mr. Kyvik asked why the 2008 minutes were not yet on the internet. Mrs. Young responded <br />that they did not get posted until approved and that the minutes were just approved. <br />Mr. Kyvik indicated that Mayor Kingseed from the City of Centerville gave a nice speech on the <br />"State of the City." A large portion of his talk was about the joint study. He believes this is the <br />ultimate opportunity for cooperation between two political subdivisions. He asked Mr. Blair if <br />he was snubbing the joint study when he gave his report. Mr. Blair responded that the study is <br />just now coming to the forefront. A public hearing will soon be held where the results will be <br />presented by both the University of Toledo and Burnsteen and Company. He also said that if <br />he overlooked it, he overlooked it, and that does not play down the importance of it. Mr. Kyvik <br />asked what the next step was and expressed his hope that he would be involved. Mrs. Young <br />indicated that the Township is in the process of setting up a date with the City to hear a <br />presentation from the University of Toledo and Burnsteen and Company. The draft has been <br />reviewed and the Trustees have questions to ask the University of Toledo. Once questions <br />are asked and answered and comments are made, then a finalized report will be presented. It <br />is hoped that Burnsteen and Company's report can be heard the same evening as the <br />University of Toledo's report. This will be a public meeting. <br />Mrs. Young welcomed the students from Alter High School <br />2/04/08 <br />