In the upcoming election for the VOCP, we will have 2 open Council Seats and 1 Open Mayor Seat. Please contact the Board of Elections for information by the August 17th deadline.
Calling All Hometown Hero’s!
The VOCP is proud to partner with the Pickaway County Visitors’ Bureau and Welcome Center and the Attract Tourism Foundation, Inc with the Hometown Hero Project. Honor your favorite Active/Reserve Duty Service Member by the purchase of a banner which will be proudly displayed in your hometown and throughout Pickaway County. Please click the flyer for more detail.
Council Meeting Agenda
July 15, 2019
1. Call to Order
2. Pledge of Allegiance
3. Roll Call
4. Approval of the July 1, 2019 Regular Meeting Minutes – motion needed
5 Administrative Reports:
A. Mayor’s Report
B. Village Engineer’s Report
C. Village Solicitor’s Report
D. Police Department Report
E. Village Administrator’s Report
F. Zoning Inspector’s Report
G. Fiscal Officer’s Report
6. Legislative Reports:
A. Legislative Authority Reports
1. Ben Townsend
2. Scott O’Neil
3. Jason Thompson
4. Laura Wolfe
5. Bruce Moore
6. Aaron Grassel
7. Citizens Comments:
8. Business Items:
A. Approval of the 2020 Tax Budget – Motion needed
B. Belshazzar Paving Project Discussion – Ross
For Second Reading:
Ordinance 2019-08 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE 2018 ZONING CODE OF THE VILLAGE OF COMMERCIAL POINT, OHIO
Ordinance 2019-09 AN ORDINANCE SPECIFYING THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE OPERATION OF AN UNDER-SPEED/ UTILITY VEHICLE IN THE VILLAGE OF COMMERCIAL POINT, PICKAWAY COUNTY, OHIO
Ordinance 2019-10 AN ORDINANCE ADOPTING THE EXISTING ZONING FOR PARCEL NUMBER L2700010054400 COMPRISED OF 34.026 ACRES ON DURRETT RD
For Third Reading:
Ordinance 2019-07 AN ORDINANCE APPROVING THE ANNEXATION OF 28.386+/- ACRES FROM SCIOTO TOWNSHIP TO THE VILLAGE OF COMMERCIAL POINT AND AMENDING THE ZONING MAP AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY
10. Additional Items:
11. Adjournment – Motion Required
CONGRATULATIONS EMILY LEGG!!
Emily Legg’s design was chosen as the next Ohio’s brand new “I voted” sticker. Emily was selected from more than 2000 applicants by Ohio Secretary of State, Frank LaRose. Her sticker will be in place for the next 3 years.
Emily is a 2019 graduate from Teays Valley High School and plans a career in Graphic design.