By Victor Milani
Macedonia City Council met on Thursday night and took care of business in a little over a ½ hour. Council voted down legislation that would have mandated and governed the removal of satellite dishes from homes when they are sold. Councilor Jan Tulley mentioned that the residents that approved of the installation of the dishes, now own the dishes. Council seemed to think the legislation to be somewhat vague and preferred to leave the matter how it currently stands. Mayor Joe Migliorini stated he was trying to remove the eyesores of the dishes that are left behind on roofs, etc. after the property is sold.
During the Mayor’s Report, Migliorini mentioned that there will a school safety meeting on April 11 11:30 – 1:00 pm All Nordonia Hills elected public officials. Supt Joe Clark and police chiefs are welcome to attend, This meeting is closed to the public. Migliorini also reiterated that the .25% property tax increase on the ballot this May needs to pass. This would aid in the purchase of a Fire Department aerial truck, 911 system and communication upgrades, another detective for the Police Department, and more service department employees.
For more news from the meeting, please watch the entire video below!