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2010 ANNUAL REPORT. MAYOR/ AND COUNCIL . MAYOR: DARWIN ANDERSON COUNCIL MEMBERS : STUART COOKE MYRT ANDERSON BARRY KAUFMAN JOHN MARTIN JANICE MYERS MARION PARAMORE. DEPARTMENT HEADS . VILLAGE ADMINISTRATOR Shawn Tappel WATER/SEWER SUPT AND FIRE CHIEF JOHN CHAPIN

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mayor and council
MAYOR/ AND COUNCIL
  • MAYOR:

DARWIN ANDERSON

  • COUNCIL MEMBERS:

STUART COOKE

MYRT ANDERSON

BARRY KAUFMAN

JOHN MARTIN

JANICE MYERS

MARION PARAMORE

department heads
DEPARTMENT HEADS
  • VILLAGE ADMINISTRATOR

Shawn Tappel

  • WATER/SEWER SUPT AND FIRE CHIEF

JOHN CHAPIN

  • POLICE CHIEF

MIKE MARKO

  • PARK DIRECTOR

GARY HOPKINS

  • CLERK/TREASURER

Jonna Rowland

  • ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT

MELISSA WILSON

  • UTILITIES CLERK

LUCINDA BIDDINGER

full time employees
FULL TIME EMPLOYEES

3 FULL TIME POLICE OFFICERS

Joe Hicks

Ryan Lamothe

Kevin Verburg

5 WATER / SEWER EMPLOYEES

WENDY KIDD

DON PATTON

BRIAN CUCCO

GABE HEILEMAN

MIKE WITMER

4 STREET/SANITATION EMPLOYEES

TED WILLIAMS

ED SCHOVILLE

TIM BROWN

CHUCK TETRICK

some facts
SOME FACTS
  • TOOK 1653.35 TONS OF REFUSE TO HURON COUNTY LANDFILL AT A COST OF $89281.18
  • PROCESSED 36.81 TONS OF RECYCLED GOODS. TOOK IN $12556.65 IN RECEIPTS FOR RECYCLING.
  • PAID $20065.20 IN ELECTRIC JUST FOR THE STREET LIGHTS.
  • WE HAVE 20 MILES OF ROADS IN THE VILLAGE TO PAVE, PLOW AND REPLACE.
  • IN 2010 THE VILLAGE RECEIVED $72941.40 (down from 2009 by $4078.37) IN REAL ESTATE TAXES AND $1375.64 IN PERSONAL PROPERTY TAX.
  • THE VILLAGE ONLY RECEIVES 8% OF YOUR REAL ESTATE TAX.
  • JUST TO CLEAR THINGS UP. THERE IS A DIFFERENCE BETWEEN SANITARY SEWER AND STORM SEWER. SANITARY SEWER IS THE ACTUAL SEWER LINES. STORM SEWER IS THE RAIN WATER LINES.
continuing with facts
CONTINUING WITH FACTS
  • WE HAVE:
      • 1270 WATER CUSTOMERS
      • 932 SEWER CUSTOMERS
      • 920 SANITATION CUSTOMERS

WE PROCESSED APPROXIMATELY

      • 304,000,000 GALLONS OF WATER LAST YEAR

WE HAVE 72 MILES OF WATER LINES AND 17 MILES OF SEWER LINES

more information
MORE INFORMATION
  • ALSO IN GOVERNMENT YOU MUST UNDERSTAND THAT WE CANNOT TAKE MONEY FROM SAY THE WATER FUND AND SPEND IT IN THE STREET FUND. YOU HAVE TO USE THESE FUNDS AS DIFFERENT COMPANIES. THEY CANNOT HELP EACH OTHER OUT.
  • THE STREET FUND ONLY RECEIVES MONEY FROM GASOLINE TAX, LICENSE TAX AND MUNICIPAL CENTS PER GALLON. THIS MONEY IS TO BE USED ON THE STREETS. IN 2010 WE ONLY RECEIVED $98.375.87 FOR STREET FUND, WHICH INCLUDES COLD MIX, PAVING, SNOW PLOWING, SALT.
governor kasich s budget
GOVERNOR KASICH’S BUDGET
  • In Governor Kasich’s Biennial budget for 2012 and 2013, our local government funding

will be cut by 50%. In 2009 and 2010 we received $114,253.54 that went into the General Fund to help the Police and Fire, in 2012 and 2013 we are expected to receive

$57,126.77. That is $57,000 dollars less than we have received in the past.

governor kasich cont d
GOVERNOR KASICH CONT’D
  • His budget also proposes taking away $312,000 million dollars local governments currently receive through tax revenues generated through inventory, equipment and utility funding sources.
  • Also the Casino revenues will only go to communities with a population of 80,000 or more meaning the vast majority of local cities and villages will never see a dime from the gambling proceeds.
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INFORMATION CONTINUED

In 2011, the big project we have is the storm sewer line running from the parks through to Prospect Street. The amount of the total project will be $440,000.00. This will be paid back by the $4.00 a month charge on your utility bill. There are also a couple of areas in town that we will be working on ourselves.

  • Also we will be paving some streets in New London this year. Grant Street, Walnut and hopefully North Maple and Clifton.
information continued
INFORMATION CONTINUED
  • The Water Department sold the old water plant to FAS and is using the money from that sale to

build a new building down by the Sewer Plant on West Fir Street. The cost of this $153,000.00.

We are also in the process of selling the old well fields on Townline Road, and the money from that will also go to this building.

  • They plan on painting the inside and outside of the water tower in 2011 at a cost of $79,000.
water facts continued
Water facts continued
  • The water department will also be installing over the next 3 years remote meters. This will allow the utility bills to be billed on an actual monthly basis.
  • They have also updated both the water and sewer plants with a new system called the SCADA SYSTEM, this allows the employees to remotely contact both plants to see how they are doing, which saves time and money.
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The Village was awarded an OWDA loan to do engineering for a sanitary sewer project. We have been notified by the EPA that we only have 5 years to begin this process or be fined. The engineering alone is approximately $400,000.00 We have also applied for a DEFA grant/loan through the EPA for the construction side of this project which has a cost of approximately $5,500,000.00. This MANDATED project should bring us within compliance with the EPA and help alleviate basement flooding issues.
future concerns
FUTURE CONCERNS
  • BRING NEW INDUSTRY OR COMMERCIAL ESTABLISHMENTS TO TOWN
  • IMPROVE OUR PARK SYSTEM, BY OFFERING NEW ACTIVITIES
  • CONSTANTLY UPDATING OUR WATER AND SEWER SYSTEMS
  • KEEPING BOTH POLICE AND FIRE UP TO DATE ON CURRENT LAWS AND REQUIREMENTS.
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In New London we are very lucky to have several community minded groups that want to help New London Improve. We would like to thank the following:

American Legion

Eagles

VFW

New London Community Club

New London Garden Club

Historical Society

Ruritan

Rotary

Girl Scouts

Boy Scouts

and all of the Churches

We also want to thank all of the volunteers that do things for New London. Like help at Labor Day, and Christmas in the Park.

These groups work long hours to make New London a better place to live.

If we have forgotten anyone we are sorry, and please let us know.

police department
POLICE DEPARTMENT
  • 1910 calls for service were handled by the

Department.

  • 227 Traffic tickets issued under village ordinances and state code.
  • 14 arrests for OVI (operating a vehicle under the influence)
  • 183 criminal summons issued under village ordinances and state code.
  • 475 cases were filed in Norwalk Municipal Court.
  • 875 Hours of Training that officers of the NLPD attended. This continued professional training improves the officers skills and keeps them up to date on the changing and revised laws benefiting no only the officers but the entire community.
  • 2,000 plus hours donated by the NLPD Reserve Officers.
fire department
FIRE DEPARTMENT
  • THERE ARE 30 VOLUNTEER FIRE

FIGHTERS ON OUR DEPARTMENT

WE HAD 62 RUNS THAT THE FIRE DEPARTMENT WAS PAGED TO IN 2010.

THE DOLLAR LOSS OF THESE FIRES WAS $349,300.00.

THE FOLLOWING IS A BREAKDOWN OF THE CALLS.

3 TO CLARKSFIELD TOWNSHIP

18 TO FITCHVILLE TOWNSHIP

15 TO NEW LONDON TOWNSHIP

11 MUTUAL AIDS

15 CALLS WITHIN THE VILLAGE LIMITS

recreation dept facts
RECREATION DEPT FACTS
  • The New London Recreation Department started a new event in 2009. With the help of several community groups and the Park Board a Christmas Tree Lane was set up. The public could drive through the park and enjoy the lighted displays. Santa was also there at the boy scout cabin. It seemed to be a huge success, this was done again in 2010. Any family can join this Christmas celebration.
  • A new Pontoon Boat was purchased to be rented out at the New London Reservoir. New Cement Blocks were purchased to build a pontoon boat dock.
  • Two new cabins were installed at the Reservoir park, to be rented out to the public. That makes a total of 4 cabins.
  • They are also updating the electrical and water at the Recreation Park to allow for more group campers to come in.
  • We will be working on bids and ways to update the Hileman Building with Air Conditioning and a new heating system this year. Hopefully also will remodel the inside of the building with updated restrooms, and kitchen.
income tax information
INCOME TAX INFORMATION

In 2010 we collected$283,439.80 In Income Tax Collections, which was down from 2009. In 2009 we collected $287542.14.

In November of 2010, the residents voted to increase our income tax to 1.50% with a 1.00 credit for those working out of town. We will not collect the bulk of this money until 2012 when the residents file their taxes for the 2011 year.

This money will help keep the Police and Fire Departments running also the Cemetery Department.

WE WOULD LIKE TO THANK YOU FOR YOUR VOTE.

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ON THE NEXT FEW PAGES

ARE LISTED THE REVENUES

AND EXPENDITURES FOR THE MAIN

WORKING FUNDS OF THE VILLAGE

AS YOU WILL NOTICE THE EXPENDITURES

KEEP RISING EVERY YEAR. THIS IS DUE TO THE INCREASE IN COLUMBIA GAS, FUEL COSTS, THE REQUIREMENTS FROM EPA IN THE WATER AND SEWER FUNDS. THE COSTS OF PROVIDING SERVICES EACH YEAR ARE GOING UP. THE LANDFILL RAISED THEIR RATES TO

$54.00 PER TON. IT SEEMS AS WE KEEP TRYING TO KEEP EVEN SOMEONE RAISES THEIR COST TO US. THE COST OF PAVING OR HOT /MIX AND SALT HAVE INCREASED.

COUNCIL HAS GONE OVER THE 2011 APPROPRIATIONS VERY CLOSELY AND WE HAVE CUT OUR COSTS BY $1287,475.56 FROM THE 2010 APPROPRIATIONS.

AS MUCH AS WE DON’T WANT TO WE HAVE TO COVER OUR COSTS TO PROVIDE THESE SERVICES TO THE CUSTOMERS. THIS SOMETIMES CALLS FOR A RATE INCREASE.

general fund
GENERAL FUND

GENERAL FUND

2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

EVENUE 649690.04 734314.29 637348.36 663999.33 645879.78 567618.99 547017.57

EXPENSES 695113.07 628272.28 666689.35 751027.45 596053.63 550853.88 554974.80

street fund
STREET FUND

2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

REVENUE 86041.45 121851.87 116085.17 118051.40 112662.93 103533.98 98375.87

  • EXPENSE 69396.04 96387.29 116782.96 125800.86 113918.88 148188.10 132181.58
state highway
STATE HIGHWAY

2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

REVENUE 7055.90 8347.02 9174.36 9698.38 9043.38 8181.32 7787.53

EXPENSES 5065.44 3557.32 4822.09 8025.99 4070.30 1540.90 9357.50

cemetery fund
CEMETERY FUND

2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

REVENUE 18371.64 18598.84 19065.80 23750.50 24296.26 12909.10 39660.11

EXPENSE 14918.20 18550.58 24553.39 25941.49 16996.72 20980.79 33953.26

recreation dept
RECREATION DEPT.

2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

REVENUE 224810.08 237446.71 221536.79 240545.37 277399.49 255787.95 289819.54

EXPENSE 210365.9 243007.52 241211.78 242331.78 273002.95 272014.71 271295.50

income tax
INCOME TAX

2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

AMOUNT COLLECTED 327975.33 437427.51 314427.50 305230.94 295226.34 290548.59 285167.46

OFFICE COST 36420.29 39635.33 49656.99 43908.72 43666.59 47449.45 45063.73

TRANSFER TO GENERAL 262399.48 358012.99 238392.70 235189.96 251559.75 243099.14 240103.73

water fund
WATER FUND

2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

REVENUE 506760.03 534427.82 512099.29 615210.97 878324.42 931552.61 977452.77

EXPENSE 444589.05 559644.59 528072.49 562318.13 698403.06 831967.99 826087.77

sewer fund
SEWER FUND

2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

REVENUE 195271.42 191594.92 180789.54 196277.99 251338.09 260067.06 257780.31

EXPENSE 193588.70 194181.18 182791.26 189558.30 190583.36 294138.36 241994.22

sanitation fund
SANITATION FUND

2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

REVENUE 255484.15 265311.60 274936.81 275329.90 302801.82 310344.05 320198.72

EXPENSES 259101.58 249865.82 279396.26 278345.55 278385.99 273971.16 255988.20