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Legislation Passed by Mount Vernon City Council, April 8, 2024

Legislation Passed by Mount Vernon City Council, April 8, 2024

Public Notice

The following legislation was passed by Mount Vernon City Council on April 8, 2024, signed
by Bruce Hawkins, President of Council, approved by Matthew Starr, Mayor, attested by
Todd Hill, Clerk of Council. The legislation is on file with the Clerk of Council, 40 Public
Square, Mount Vernon, Ohio for public inspection.

R ESOLUTION NO. 202 4 – 3 9

A Resolution authorizing and directing the Auditor of the City of Mount Vernon to
make supplemental appropriations.

RESOLUTION NO. 20 2 4 – 4 0

A Resolution authorizing and directing the Auditor of the City of Mount Vernon to
pay bills pursuant to Section 5705.41(D), then and now certification.
RESOLUTION NO. 202 4 – 4 1

A Resolution authorizing the Safety-Service Director to enter into an interlocal
contract with the Houston-Galveston Area Council; and declaring an emergency.

RESOLUTION NO. 202 4 – 4 2

A Resolution approving the re-appointment of Lacey Filkins to the Historical Review
Commission of the City of Mount Vernon, Ohio, for a one (1) year term; and
declaring an emergency.

RESOLUTION NO. 202 4 – 4 3

A Resolution authorizing and directing the Safety-Service Director of the City of
Mount Vernon, Ohio, to acquire by any means authorized by RC 735.05 a 2023
Chevrolet Silverado work truck – Knapheide utility vehicle for the Water and
Wastewater Department; and declaring an emergency.
ORDINANCE NO. 202 4 – 1 3

An Ordinance creating the Mount Vernon Volunteer Firefighters’ Dependents Fund
Board; and declaring an emergency.

This Public Notice has been published on the City of Mount Vernon’s website
(www.mountvernonohio.org), the City’s Facebook account, and has been distributed to local
media in Knox County, Ohio and the City of Mount Vernon, Ohio as a news release.

ORDINANC E NO. 202 4 – 1 4

An Ordinance fixing the number, wages and benefits of hourly non-bargaining unit
employees of the City of Mount Vernon, effective January 1, 2024; and declaring an
emergency.

O RDINANCE NO. 202 4 – 1 6

An Ordinance establishing compensation for supervisory and professional personnel
effective January 1, 2024; and declaring an emergency.
ORDINANCE NO. 202 4 – 1 7

An Ordinance establishing compensation, benefits and terms of employment for the
Recreation Director (full-time); and declaring an emergency.

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