MONTHLY BOARD MEETING MINUTES - appear below from most recent at the top.


BROWNSBORO VILLAGE ORDINANCES - appear beneath the Board Meeting Minutes during which they were passed


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City of Brownsboro Village
City Commission Meeting
July 11, 2017


The regular July 2017 meeting of the Commissioners of the City of Brownsboro Village was called to order at 6:32 pm. The meeting was held at the home of Commissioner Carol McCarty.


Present: Mayor Mark Joyce, Commissioners Fay Dorval, Greg May, Carol McCarty, Brian Willis, City Clerk Susan Judge, and Treasurer Brian Shanks.


Minutes: Mayor Joyce moved and Commissioner Willis seconded that the minutes of the June 13, 2017, meeting be approved as distributed. The motion passed by voice vote.


Finance: Treasurer Shanks presented the financial report for May 2017. Commissioners McCarty moved and May seconded that the cash basis May 2017 financial statement be approved as presented. The motion passed by voice vote.
Treasurer Shanks has reported to the City Commission for the past several months that our auditor has been delinquent in completing and filing the required UFIR, due May 1, 2017. In fact, the Mayor and the City Clerk have recently received delinquent notices from state government.


Roads and Streets: Commissioners May moved and Dorval seconded that the proposal from Eagle Sign Co. to replace parking signs with the correct 30 ft. distance from an intersection that a vehicle may be lawfully parked, at a cost of $2144 be approved. The
motion passed by voice vote.


Sanitation: No report


Community Relations: No report. At the August meeting, the Commissioners will discuss the dates of October 8 for the Block Party and October 21 for the fall yard sale.


Neighborhood Ambassador: Commissioner McCarty’s request to purchase more American flags for the neighborhood was approved.


Block Watch: Another quiet month.


Unfinished Business: Mayor Joyce reported that Carrie Ritzert at John Singler’s law firm has filed our response to the HB 246 lawsuit against Home Rule as it relates to incorporated small cities and waste removal.


New Business: Ordinance 17-4, Parking, given first reading on July 11, 2017, and second reading by e-mail on July 18, 2017, was duly enacted on July18, 2017.


The meeting was adjourned at 7:22 pm. The next meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, August 8, at 6:30 pm at the home of Treasurer Brian Shanks, 414 Lotis Way


Respectfully submitted,                 Reviewed by,
Susan Y Judge                               Mark Joyce
City Clerk                                      Mayor



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City of Brownsboro Village
City Commission Meeting
June 13, 2017


The regular June 2017 meeting of the Commissioners of the City of Brownsboro Village was called to order at 6:31 pm. The meeting was held at the home of Commissioner Greg May.


Present: Mayor Mark Joyce, Commissioners Fay Dorval, Greg May, Carol McCarty, Brian Willis, City Clerk Susan Judge, and Treasurer Brian Shanks.


Minutes: Mayor Joyce moved and Commissioner McCarty seconded that the minutes of the May 9, 2017, meeting be approved as distributed. The motion passed by voice vote.


Finance: Treasurer Shanks presented the financial report for April 2017. Commissioners McCarty moved and Willis seconded that the cash basis April 2017 financial statement be approved as presented. The motion passed by voice vote.
Mayor Joyce moved and Commissioner May seconded that the City of Brownsboro Village sign Resolution 17 -1 Municipal Aid Contract, an agreement between Brownsboro Village and the Department of Rural and Municipal Aid. The motion passed by voice vote. The Resolution, signed by all Commissioners, is attached to the file copy of these minutes,.


Roads and Streets: Commissioner May reported that Louisville Paving has completed repainting the stop bars in the city. Also, the landscaping in the circles has been completed. Commissioner May has not been successful in making contact with the
owner of the apartments to register neighborhood complaints about the height of the parking signs on Sprite Road.


Sanitation: Mayor Joyce moved and Commissioner Willis seconded that the City extend its contract with Rumpke until June 30, 2019. The motion passed by voice vote.


Community Relations: Commissioner Dorval announced she has received complaints from residents about cars parked in the neighborhood overnight and in areas that block safe traffic in and out of the neighborhood. Reminders about parking regulations in BV
will be posted on the website.


Neighborhood Ambassador: Commissioner McCarty has also heard from residents with complaints about parking in the neighborhood, water pressure, the parking signs at the apartments, and disputes between condo management and apartment management.


Several residents have complained about the parking signs at the apartments. The Mayor will write a letter to the owner of the apartments, as the owner is not returning phone calls. Others – residents, other commissioners – are also encouraged to write letters.


The Condo Association is unable to get satisfaction contacting the apartment owner about the fence falling in at 432 Sprite and trees from the apartments falling on the condos. The Mayor will write a letter, as should the Condo Association.


Several residents have commented about a drop in water pressure recently. Residents who experience this should contact Louisville Water Company.


Block Watch: Commissioner Willis reported that 3 stop sign citations were issued last month. Commissioner Willis also reported that Louisville Metro regulation parking distance from an intersection is 30 feet rather than 25 feet. The Commissioners decided to change the parking signs in the City to match the Louisville Metro distance.


Unfinished Business: Mayor Joyce reported on the discussion among small cities about the issues raised with House Bill 246. Attorneys are needed to participate in the discussions about any legislative proposal. Since Brownsboro Village does not have a city attorney, the Commission will investigate engaging John Singler to represent Brownsboro Village as his firm already represents over 20 other small cities in this matter.


The meeting was adjourned at 7:28 pm. The next meetings are scheduled for Tuesdays at 6:30 pm at the homes of the following:

  • July 11 Treasurer Brian Shanks 414 Lotis Way
  • August 8 Commissioner Carol McCarty 400 Lotis Way


Respectfully submitted,                                Reviewed by,
Susan Y Judge                                                  Mark Joyce
City Clerk                                                         Mayor


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City of Brownsboro Village
City Commission Meeting
May 9, 2017


The regular May 2017 meeting of the Commissioners of the City of Brownsboro Village was called to order at 6:35 pm. The meeting was held at the home of Commissioner Brian Willis.


Present: Mayor Mark Joyce, Commissioners Fay Dorval, Greg May, Carol McCarty, Brian Willis, and Treasurer Brian Shanks.


Minutes: Mayor Joyce moved and Commissioner Willis seconded that the minutes of the April 11, 2017, meeting be approved as distributed. The motion passed by voice vote.


Finance: Treasurer Shanks presented the financial the report for March 2017. Commissioners Willis moved and May seconded that the cash basis March 2017 financial statement be approved as presented. The motion passed by voice vote. The UFIR, due May 1, was finished this week.


Roads and Streets: Commissioner May reported that Louisville Paving completed repainting the stop bars in the city.


Community Relations: Commissioner Dorval announced that the spring Yard Sale will be held Saturday, May 20, rain or shine.


Neighborhood Ambassador: No report.
Sanitation: No report.


Block Watch: Commissioner Willis reported that 3 speeding warnings were issued last month.


New Business: Mayor Joyce presented the proposed budget for FY 2018. Ordinance 17-3 Budget and Tax Ordinance, given first reading on May 9, 2017, and second reading by e-mail on May 19, 2017, was duly enacted on May 19, 2017.


Mayor Joyce moved and Commissioner Willis seconded to renew for $100 Brownsboro Village’s membership in the Jefferson County League of Cities. The motion passed by voice vote.


The meeting was adjourned at 7:16 pm. The next meetings are scheduled for Tuesdays at 6:30 pm at the homes of the following:

  • June 13 Commissioner Greg May 314 Lotis Way
  • July 11 Treasurer Brian Shanks 414 Lotis Way
  • August 8 Commissioner Carol McCarty 400 Lotis Way
  • The minutes were written from the notes supplied by Commissioner McCarty (thanks for taking the notes, Carol).


Respectfully submitted,                          Reviewed by,

Susan Y Judge                                        Mark Joyce
City Clerk                                               Mayor

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City of Brownsboro Village
Budget and Tax Ordinance 17-3


An ordinance adopting the Annual Budget for the City of Brownsboro Village, Kentucky, and establishing the Property Tax Rate for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2017, and ended June 30, 2018, by estimating the Revenues and Resources and appropriating funds for the operation of the city government.


Whereas an annual budget proposal and message has been prepared and delivered to the Commissioners of the city, and


Whereas the Commissioners have reviewed such budget and made all necessary modifications,


Now therefore be it ordained by the City of Brownsboro Village:


Section 1: That the annual budget for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2017, and ended June 30, 2018, follows and is hereby adopted.
Resources Available:

  • Property Tax Revenue $86,105.00
  • Interest 10.00
  • Miscellaneous 1,700.00
  • Roads & Streets 3,600.00
  • Bank Tax 15,000.00
  • Insurance Tax 20,000.00
  • Total Revenue $126,415.00

Appropriations:

  • Sanitation $35,990.00
  • Gas & Electric 7,500.00
  • Roads & Streets 6,000.00
  • Postage 50.00
  • Errors & Omissions Insurance 4,700.00
  • Bonds for Officials 4,000.00
  • Property Value Administration 2,100.00
  • Advertising 700.00
  • Kentucky League of Cities 400.00
  • Jefferson County League of Cities 400.00
  • Monthly Meeting Expenses 600.00
  • Professional Services 4,300.00
  • City Officials Compensation 4,200.00
  • Ordinance Codification 500.00
  • Contingency Fund 54,975.00
  • Total Appropriations $126,415.00

Section 2: That the Tax Rate necessary to provide the above described, Property Tax shall be set
at $0.2060/$100 (0.002060) of valuation on such values as were established by the Jefferson
County Property Valuation Administrator as of January 1, 2017.

Section 3: Tax bills shall be mailed to the City Tax Collector, City of Brownsboro Village, Post
Office Box #6635, Louisville, KY 40206.

Section 4: Penalty for late payment shall be ten percent (10%) after July 31, 2017, PLUS, one
percent (1%) interest per month until paid.

Section 5: That this ordinance shall be in effect on July 1, 2017 provided that it has had
publication as required by KRS 83A.060 as of that date.


Given first reading on the 9th day of May, 2017. Given second reading and duly enacted by the
Commissioners of the City of Brownsboro Village on the 16th day of May, 2017.



___________________________
Mark W. Joyce, Mayor



Attest: _________________________
Susan Judge, City Clerk


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City of Brownsboro Village
City Commission Meeting
April 11, 2017


The regular April 2017 meeting of the Commissioners of the City of Brownsboro Village was called to order at 6:36 pm. The meeting was held at the home of Commissioner Fay Dorval.


Present: Mayor Mark Joyce, Commissioners Fay Dorval, Greg May, Carol McCarty, Brian Willis, City Clerk Susan Judge, and Treasurer Brian Shanks.


Minutes: Mayor Joyce moved and Commissioner Willis seconded that the minutes of the March 14, 2017, meeting be approved as distributed. The motion passed by voice vote.


Finance: Treasurer Shanks presented the financial the report for February 2017. Commissioner McCarty moved and Mayor Joyce seconded that the cash basis February 2017 financial statement be approved as presented. The motion passed by voice vote.


Roads and Streets: Commissioner May announced that Greenwell Landscape is ready to begin the landscaping and maintenance of the 3 circles. Commissioner May met with Louisville Paving who recommends that repaving the roads in the city might need to be done in 3 to 5 years. Louisville Paving proposed repainting the stop bars in the city at a cost of $50 each. Mayor Joyce moved and Commissioner McCarty seconded that Louisville Paving repaint the stop bars in the city @ $50 each as soon as possible. The motion passed by voice vote.


Community Relations: Commissioner Dorval announced that the spring Yard Sale is scheduled for Saturday, May 20, rain or shine. Commissioners will distribute flyers about the Yard Sale on or around April 20. An announcement about the Yard Sale is on the website.


Neighborhood Ambassador: No report.
Sanitation: No report.


Block Watch: Commissioner Willis reported a quiet month.


New Business: Mayor Joyce presented information from Jefferson County League of Cities about HB 246 and Louisville Metro Mayor Greg Fisher’s lawsuit against Home Rule as it relates to incorporated small cities and waste removal. Mayor Joyce moved and Commissioner Willis seconded that Brownsboro Village contribute $1000 to Jefferson County League of Cities legal fund to fight HB
246. The motion passed by voice vote.


The meeting was adjourned at 7:25 pm. The next meetings are scheduled for Tuesdays at 6:30 pm at the homes of the following:


  • May 9 Commissioner Brian Willis, 406 Chenoweth
  • June 13 Commissioner Greg May 314 Lotis Way
  • July 11 Treasurer Brian Shanks 414 Lotis Way
  • August 8 Commissioner Carol McCarty 400 Lotis Way


Respectfully submitted,                                      Reviewed by,


               Susan Y Judge                                     Mark Joyce
               City Clerk                                            Mayor


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City of Brownsboro Village
City Commission Meeting
March 14, 2017


The regular March 2017 meeting of the Commissioners of the City of Brownsboro Village was called to order at 6:31 pm. The meeting was held at the home of Mayor Mark Joyce.


Present: Mayor Mark Joyce, Commissioners Fay Dorval, Greg May, Carol McCarty, Brian Willis, City Clerk Susan Judge, and Treasurer Brian Shanks.


Minutes: Mayor Joyce moved and Commissioner Willis seconded that the minutes of the February 14, 2017, meeting be approved as distributed. The motion passed by voice vote.


Finance: Treasurer Shanks presented the financial the report for January 2017. Commissioners McCarty moved and Dorval seconded that the cash basis January 2017 financial statement be approved as presented. The motion passed by voice vote.


Roads and Streets: Commissioner May presented a proposal for landscaping the city circles. Greenwell Landscape will maintain the 3 circles with plantings, flowers and mulch, will build a wall of stacked stone within the three circles, and will replace the dead and/or damaged
arborvitae at the entrance to the city, for $2150. Commissioners May moved and McCarty seconded to accept the proposal. The motion passed by voice vote. Commissioner May also announced that MSD begins a project to fix “Lake Lotis” this summer. MSD will inform
residents of the 300 block of Lotis by letter before the project begins. Commissioner May will investigate the repainting of the white lines at stop signs.


Community Relations: Commissioner Dorval announced that the spring Yard Sale is scheduled
for Saturday, May 20, rain or shine. The City of Druid Hills is invited to join us.


Neighborhood Ambassador: No report.
Sanitation: No report.


Block Watch: Commissioner Willis reported a quiet month. A resident asked that our random patrol occasionally cover the school dismissal time (3:45-4:05) at the Chenoweth School sidewalk in the 400 block of Sprite Rd to monitor traffic, parking, and large numbers of children
and parents walking in that area along Sprite.


The meeting was adjourned at 7:35 pm. The next meetings are scheduled for Tuesdays at 6:30 pm at the homes of the following:


  • April 11 Commissioner Fay Dorval, 312 Lotis Way
  • May 9 Commissioner Brian Willis, 406 Chenoweth
  • June 13 Commissioner Greg May 314 Lotis Way
  • July 11 Treasurer Brian Shanks 414 Lotis Way


Respectfully submitted,                                     Reviewed by,
                       Susan Y Judge                             Mark Joyce
                       City Clerk                                    Mayor


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                                                                                  City Commission Meeting
                                                                                        February 14, 2017


The regular February 2017 meeting of the Commissioners of the City of Brownsboro Village was called to order at 6:31 pm. The meeting was held at the home of City Clerk Susan Judge.

Present:           Mayor Mark Joyce, Commissioners Fay Dorval, Greg May, Brian Willis, City Clerk Susan Judge, and Treasurer Brian Shanks.

New Business:            Mayor Mark Joyce swore in Commissioner Greg May.

Minutes:          Mayor Joyce moved and Commissioner Willis seconded that the minutes of the January 10, 2017, meeting be approved as distributed.  The motion passed by voice vote.

Finance:          Treasurer Shanks presented the financial the report for December 2016. Mayor Joyce moved and Commissioner Dorval seconded that the cash basis December 2016 financial statement be approved as presented.  The motion passed by voice vote.   The UFIR is in process.

Roads and Streets:     Commissioner May reported that he would call the owner of the apartments about the parking signs on Sprite Road.  Commissioner May is meeting with the owner of Greenwell Landscaping about the City circles.

Sanitation:       No report.

Community Relations:            Commissioner Dorval reported that the renewal of the license for the Go Daddy website has been accomplished.  She also reported on resident questions about the spring yard sale and ordinances preventing children from cutting through another’s yard.  The Commissioners agreed to coordinate the yard sale with the City of Druid Hills as we have in years past. The resident concerned about children in his yard was advised to talk to the parents.  Fences are only allowed behind the front setback line of the house.

Neighborhood Ambassador:  No report.    

Block Watch: Commissioner Willis reported a quiet month.

New Business (continued):  The Commissioners approved a $50 donation to the Saving Sonny Fund in memory of Commissioner McCarty’s granddaughter, Callie Campbell. 

The meeting was adjourned at 7:02 pm. The next meeting is Tuesday, March 14, at 6:30 pm at the home of Commissioner Fay Dorval, 312 Lotis

Respectfully submitted,                                              Reviewed by,
 
Susan Y Judge                                                           Mark Joyce 
City Clerk                                                                 Mayor

Macintosh HD:Users:syjudge:Documents:Brownsboro Village:2017 minutes:feb 14 2017 minutes.docx  4/6/17


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                                                                              City Commission Meeting
                                                                                    January 10, 2017


The regular January 2017 meeting of the Commissioners of the City of Brownsboro Village was called to order at 6:31 pm. The meeting was held at the home of City Clerk Susan Judge.

Present:            Mayor Mark Joyce, Commissioners Carol McCarty, Fay Dorval, Brian Willis, City Clerk Susan Judge, and Treasurer Brian Shanks.

New Business:  Mayor Joyce moved and Commissioner Dorval seconded that Carol McCarty be appointed Commissioner.  The motion passed by voice vote.

Minutes:            Mayor Joyce moved and Commissioner McCarty seconded that the minutes of the December 13, 2016, meeting be approved as distributed.  The motion passed by voice vote.

Finance:            Treasurer Shanks presented the financial the report for November 2016. Commissioner Willis moved and Mayor Joyce seconded that the cash basis November 2016 financial statement be approved as presented.  The motion passed by voice vote.

Roads and Streets:       Commissioner McCarty reported for Commissioner May that he is investigating the issue of the parking signs on Sprite Road.

Sanitation:        No report.

Community Relations:    No report.

Neighborhood Ambassador:  Commissioner McCarty reported that she has delivered 6 yellow brochures (Welcome to Brownsboro Village) to new residents.

Block Watch:    Commissioner Willis reported that our random patrols have cited both residents and non-residents for ignoring stop signs in Brownsboro Village.

Mayor Mark Joyce swore in commissioners Fay Dorval, Carol McCarty, and Brian Willis.

Ordinance 17-1, Duties and Authorities of Elected and Appointed Officials; and,

Ordinance 17-2, Regular Meetings of City Commission, were given first reading by email on January 3rd, 2017, and given second reading and duly enacted by voice vote. 

The meeting was adjourned at 7:04 pm. The next meetings are as follows:

           Tuesday, February 14, 6:30 pm              Carol McCarty               400 Lotis
           Tuesday, March 14, 6:30 pm                  Fay Dorval                    312 Lotis
           Tuesday, April 11, 6:30 pm                    Mark Joyce                   300 Sprite
           Tuesday, May 9, 6:30 pm                       Brian Willis                    406 Chenoweth

Respectfully submitted,                                     Reviewed by,
  Susan Y Judge                                                  Mark Joyce 
  City Clerk                                                        Mayor


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                                                                           Ordinance Number 17-1
                                                    Duties and Authorities of Elected and Appointed Officials


 An Ordinance to separate all the administrative and service functions of the city into departments and offices, and assign elected and appointed officials responsible for those departments and offices.

WHEREAS, in the commission form of government, the City Commission is required by KRS 83A.140(6) to separate all the administrative and service functions of the City into departments by ordinance, and

WHEREAS, each department must be placed under the supervision and control of one (1) of the City Commission members at the City Commissioner’s first meeting each year, and

WHEREAS, under KRS 83A.160(6), the individual City Commissioners are actually given the authority to exercise certain executive and administrative powers on a day-to-day basis; however, the ultimate authority rests with the City Commission acting as a body, and

WHEREAS, the City Commission has the authority to approve the appointment of non-elected city officers, and

WHEREAS, all appointed offices and the duties and responsibilities of those offices are established by ordinance in accordance with KRS 83A.130,

NOW THEREFORE, be it ordained by the Commissioners of the City of Brownsboro Village, Kentucky that

Section 1: Elected officials shall be assigned the supervisory duties for the calendar year indicated as follows:

            Mark W. Joyce, Mayor                        Finance                      2017
            Fay Dorval, Commissioner                  Community Relations  2017
            Brian Willis, Commissioner                 Block Watch               2017
            Greg May, Commissioner                    Roads & Streets          2017
                                                                        Sanitation               2017

Section 2: Appointed officials shall be assigned the supervisory duties for the calendar year indicated as follows:

Susan Judge                             City Clerk                                2017
Brian Shanks                           Treasurer                                 2017
Meredith Williams                   Tax Collector                           2017
(vacant)                                   Ethics Administrator                2017
(vacant)                                   City Attorney                           2017

Given first reading on the 3rd day of January 2017.  Given second reading and duly enacted by the Commissioners of the City of Brownsboro Village on the 10th day of January 2017.

                                                                                   _____________________________
                                                                                    Mark W. Joyce, Mayor

Attest:

 _______________________________
Susan Judge, City Clerk

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                                                                          City of Brownsboro Village
                                                                            Ordinance Number 17-2
                                                        Regular Meetings of City Commission Ordinance


 An ordinance establishing the regular monthly meeting of the City Commission.

WHEREAS, regular meetings of the City Commission shall be held at least once a month, and

WHEREAS, such times and places are fixed by ordinance, and

WHEREAS, every City legislative body must enact an ordinance establishing the day, time and location of its regular meetings,

NOW THEREFORE, be it ordained by the City of Brownsboro Village, Kentucky:

Section 1: The regular meeting of the City Commission is held on the second Tuesday of each month at 6:30 P.M.

Section 2: The meeting place is the Second Presbyterian Church, 3701 Old Brownsboro Road, Room 219, Louisville, Kentucky, 40207.

Given first reading on the 3rd day of January 2017.

Given second reading and duly enacted by the Commission of the City of Brownsboro Village on the 10th day of January 2017.

                                                                                    _____________________________

                                                                                    Mark W. Joyce, Mayor

Attest:

_______________________________

Susan Judge, City Clerk


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                                                                           City of Brownsboro Village
                                                                            City Commission Meeting
                                                                                 December 13, 2016


 The regular December 2016 meeting of the Commissioners of the City of Brownsboro Village was called to order at 6:32 pm. The meeting was held at the home of Treasurer Brian Shanks.

 Present:           Mayor Mark Joyce, Commissioners Carol McCarty, Fay Dorval, Brian Willis, Greg May, City Clerk Susan Judge, and Treasurer Brian Shanks.

Minutes:          Mayor Joyce moved and Commissioner Willis seconded that the minutes of the November 8, 2016, meeting be approved as distributed.  The motion passed by voice vote.

Finance:          Treasurer Shanks presented financial reports for September and October 2016. The bank tax has been billed.  Commissioner Willis moved and Mayor Joyce seconded that the cash basis September 2016 financial statement be approved as presented.  The motion passed by voice vote.  Commissioners May moved and McCarty seconded that the cash basis financial statement for October 2016 be approved as distributed.  The motion passed by voice vote.  

Roads and Streets:     Commissioner May reported that he and his wife put up the holiday decorations in the City.

Sanitation:       No report.

Neighborhood Ambassador:  Commissioner McCarty reported that she had heard from a few residents about the reserved parking signs on Sprite Rd.  The Commissioner need to know if the signs are in the easement or right of way and what provisions for the signs exists in the deed(s) for the land.

Community Relations:            Commissioner Dorval reported on an inquiry from a resident about Brownsboro Village ordinances regulating rental property being used as rehab centers with multiple non-related adults as residents.  The resident was referred to Metro Call to investigate concerns.

Block Watch: Commissioner Willis reported that it has been a quiet month according to our random patrols. 

The meeting was adjourned at 7:22 pm. The next meeting is Tuesday, January 10, 2017, at the home of City Clerk Susan Judge, 411 Lotis.

 Respectfully submitted,                                              Reviewed by,
Susan Y Judge                                                           Mark Joyce 
City Clerk                                                                    Mayor


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                                                                  City of Brownsboro Village
                                                                    City Commission Meeting
                                                                        November 8, 2016


The regular November 2016 meeting of the Commissioners of the City of Brownsboro Village was called to order at 6:31 pm. The meeting was held at the home of Commissioner Greg May.

Present:   Mayor Mark Joyce, Commissioners Brian Willis and Greg May, City Clerk Susan Judge.

Minutes:   Mayor Joyce moved and Commissioner Willis seconded that the minutes of the October 11, 2016, meeting be approved as distributed.  The motion passed by voice vote.

Finance:   No report.

Roads and Streets:  Commissioner May reported that he has investigated holiday decorations for the City.
Mayor Mark Joyce moved and Commissioner Brian Willis seconded that Commissioner Greg May is authorized to spend an amount not to exceed $500 on decorations for the three circles in the City and the front entrance. The motion passed by voice vote.

Sanitation: No report.


Community Relations: No report.

 Block Watch: Commissioner Willis reported that it has been a quiet month according to our random patrols.

The meeting was adjourned at 6:40 pm. The next meeting is Tuesday, December 13, at the home of Treasurer Brian Shanks.


Respectfully submitted,eviewed by,

Susan Y Judge            Mark Joyce
City Clerk                   Mayor               



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                                                                           City of Brownsboro Village
                                                                            City Commission Meeting
                                                                                  October 11, 2016


The regular October 2016 meeting of the Commissioners of the City of Brownsboro Village was called to order at 6:31 pm. The meeting was held at the home of Mayor Mark Joyce.

Present:            Mayor Mark Joyce, Commissioners Fay Dorval, Carol McCarty, Brian Willis, Greg May, City Clerk Susan Judge, and Treasurer Brian Shanks.


Minutes:            Mayor Joyce moved and Commissioner McCarty seconded that the minutes of the September 13, 2016, meeting be approved as distributed.  The motion passed by voice vote.

Finance:            Treasurer Shanks presented the financial statement for August 2016.  Commissioners Willis moved and Dorval seconded that the cash basis financial statement for August 2016 be approved as distributed.  The motion passed by voice vote.  

Roads and Streets:       Commissioner May reported that the landscaping of the circles would be up for bid in the spring.  Several residents have expressed concern about the action/non-action of MSD and Louisville Water Co. on Oread.  Each resident affected has received a letter about the project and is asked to refer their questions to MSD and/or the Water Co.

Sanitation:        No report.

Community Relations:    Commissioner Dorval reported on a very successful block party on Sunday, October 9.  Carol McCarty counted at least 98 adults and many children who attended. Commissioner Dorval circulated a thank-you card for all to sign for Hilda Stoddard for her very popular face painting booth and gave Carol McCarty a token of our appreciation for all her work and dedication to this wonderful event.  The citywide yard sale planned for Saturday, October 15, has been rescheduled to Saturday, October 22.  Mark Condon, 303 Sprite Rd, has volunteered to help with the website.  He will coordinate with the City Clerk to publish the approved meeting minutes and Ordinances 16-1, 16-2 and 16-3 on the website.

Block Watch:    Commissioner Willis reported that it has been a quiet month according to our random patrols. 

The next meeting is Tuesday, November 8, 2016, at 6:30 pm, at the home of Commissioner Greg May, 314 Lotis Way. The meeting was adjourned at 7:20 pm.  The December meeting is Tuesday, December 13, at the home of Treasurer Brian Shanks.

Respectfully submitted,                                     Reviewed by,

    Susan Y Judge                                                 Mark Joyce 
      City Clerk                                                        Mayor

 

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                                                                                  City of Brownsboro Village
                                                                                   City Commission Meeting
                                                                                       September 13, 2016


The regular September 2016 meeting of the Commissioners of the City of Brownsboro Village was called to order at 6:30 pm. The meeting was held at the home of Commissioner Carol McCarty.

Present:            Mayor Mark Joyce, Commissioners Fay Dorval, Carol McCarty, Brian Willis, Greg May, City Clerk Susan Judge, and Treasurer Brian Shanks.

Minutes:            Mayor Joyce moved and Commissioner McCarty seconded that the minutes of the August 9, 2016, meeting be approved as distributed. 

Finance:            Treasurer Shanks presented the financial statement for July 2016.  Commissioners Willis moved and Dorval seconded that the cash basis financial statement for July 2016 be approved as distributed.  The motion passed by voice vote.   This is the first month of the 2016/17 fiscal year.

Roads and Streets:       Commissioner May reported that the landscaping of the circles would begin soon.  Commissioner McCarty asked that the landscaper be asked to hang Christmas decorations.  Commissioner May agreed to explore the possibility.

Sanitation:        No report.

Community Relations:    Commissioner Dorval discussed arrangements for the block party for Sunday, October 9, 4-7 pm.  Commissioners agreed to distribute flyers and to help with set-up and cleanup of the Block Party.  Mayor Joyce moved and Commissioner Willis seconded that the City cover expenditures for the block party.  The motion passed by voice vote.  Commissioner Dorval reported a request from a resident for a yard sale in the fall.  The Commissioners suggested that a citywide yard sale be planned for Saturday, October 15, 2016.

Block Watch:    Commissioner Willis reported that it has been a quiet month according to our random patrols. 

Other business:             Mayor Joyce read a letter from Christina Freitag in response to his letter about the property at 302 Oread.  Mayor Joyce distributed “Open Records/Open Meetings Update from the Office of the Attorney General” via email and asked each City Official (elected and appointed) to sign a “Proof of Receipt.”  The signed forms are with the records of the City of Brownsboro Village.

 The next meeting is Tuesday, October 11, 2016, at 6:30 pm, at the home of Mayor Mark Joyce, 300 Sprite Rd.  The November meeting is Tuesday, November 8, at the home of Commissioner Greg May, 314 Lotis Way.

The meeting was adjourned at 7:30 pm.

Respectfully submitted,                                     Reviewed by,
Susan Y Judge                                                 Mark Joyce 
City Clerk                                                          Mayor

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                                                                         City of Brownsboro Village
                                                                      Budget and Tax Ordinance 16-3


An ordinance adopting the Annual Budget for the City of Brownsboro Village, Kentucky, and establishing the Property Tax Rate for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2016, and ended June 30, 2017, by estimating the Revenues and Resources and appropriating funds for the operation of the city government.


     Whereas an annual budget proposal and message has been prepared and delivered to the Commissioners of the city, and

     Whereas the Commissioners have reviewed such budget and made all necessary modifications,

Now therefore be it ordained by the City of Brownsboro Village:

Section 1: That the annual budget for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2016, and ended June 30, 2017, follows and is hereby adopted.

 Resources Available:

  Property Tax Revenue                                                         $82,790.00

   Interest                                                                                       5.00

   Miscellaneous                                                                       1,700.00

   Roads & Streets                                                                    3,600.00

   Bank Tax                                                                            13,000.00

   Insurance Tax                                                                      20,000.00

   Total Revenue                                                                  $121,095.00

 Appropriations:

    Sanitation                                                                        $35,300.00

   Gas & Electric                                                                      7,100.00

   Roads & Streets                                                                    6,000.00

   Postage                                                                                    50.00

   Errors & Omissions Insurance                                               4,700.00

   Bonds for Officials                                                               6,500.00

   Property Value Administration                                               2,100.00

   Advertising                                                                            700.00

   Kentucky League of Cities                                                       400.00

   Jefferson County League of Cities                                             300.00

   Monthly Meeting Expenses                                                       600.00

   Professional Services                                                             4,300.00

   City Officials Compensation                                                   4,200.00

   Ordinance Codification                                                             500.00

   Contingency Fund                                                                48,345.00

   Total Appropriations                                                         $121,095.00

 Section 2: That the Tax Rate necessary to provide the above described, Property Tax shall be set at $0.2038/$100 (0.002038) of valuation on such values as were established by the Jefferson County Property Valuation Administrator as of January 1, 2016.


Section 3: Tax bills shall be mailed to the City Tax Collector, City of Brownsboro Village, Post Office Box #6635, Louisville, KY 40206.

Section 4: Penalty for late payment shall be ten percent (10%) after July 31, 2016, PLUS, one percent (1%) interest per month until paid.

Section 5: That this ordinance shall be in effect on July 1, 2016 provided that it has had publication as required by KRS 83A.060 as of that date.

Given first reading on the 10th day of May, 2016.  Given second reading and duly enacted by the Commissioners of the City of Brownsboro Village on the 17th day of May, 2016.


                                                                                  
          Susan Judge, City Clerk          Mark W. Joyce, Mayor