July 9, 2019, Closed Session Votes

Publish Date 07/22/2019

Below are the votes from the closed session of the Board of Police Commissioners meeting on July 9, 2019. 

Following a motion by Mayor James and a second by Commissioner Shurin, the Board voted to go into closed session to discuss litigation matters, personnel matters and labor negotiations.  The vote was 5-0 in favor.  Following polling, Mayor James voted Aye, Commissioner Garrett voted Aye, Commissioner Shurin voted Aye, Commissioner Tolbert voted Aye, and Commissioner Wagner voted Aye. 

Following a motion by Mayor James and a second by Commissioner Tolbert, the Board voted to approve the renewal of RFP 2017-8, the lease of vehicles for covert operations.  The vote was 5-0 in favor.  Following polling, Mayor James voted Aye, Commissioner Garrett voted Aye, Commissioner Shurin voted Aye, Commissioner Tolbert voted Aye, and Commissioner Wagner voted Aye. 

Following a motion by Mayor James and a second by Commissioner Shurin, the Board voted to approve the applications for continued employment of Civilian Michelle Nordyke, Reserve Sergeant Edward Mulloy, and Reserve Patrol Officer Richard Cartwright.  The vote was 5-0 in favor.  Following polling, Mayor James voted Aye, Commissioner Garrett voted Aye, Commissioner Shurin voted Aye, Commissioner Tolbert voted Aye, and Commissioner Wagner voted Aye. 

Following a motion by Mayor James and a second by Commissioner Tolbert, the Board voted to approve the minutes of the closed session of the Board of Police Commissioners on June 11, 2019.  The vote was 5-0 in favor.  Following polling, Mayor James voted Aye, Commissioner Garrett voted Aye, Commissioner Shurin voted Aye, Commissioner Tolbert voted Aye, and Commissioner Wagner voted Aye. 

Following a motion by Mayor James and a second by Commissioner Tolbert, the Board voted to approve the contract renewal of David V. Kenner/Levy Craig Law Firm, as Secretary and Attorney for the Board of Police Commissioners, with a 5% ($2,000) annual increase.  The vote was 5-0 in favor.  Following polling, Mayor James voted Aye, Commissioner Garrett voted Aye, Commissioner Shurin voted Aye, Commissioner Tolbert voted Aye, and Commissioner Wagner voted Aye.

Following a motion by Mayor James and a second by Commissioner Tolbert, the Board voted to go into special closed session to discuss personnel matters.  The vote was 5-0 in favor.  Following polling, Mayor James voted Aye, Commissioner Garrett voted Aye, Commissioner Shurin voted Aye, Commissioner Tolbert voted Aye, and Commissioner Wagner voted Aye.

Following a motion by Commissioner Shurin and a second by Commissioner Tolbert, the Board voted to come out of special closed session and adjourn.  The vote was 5-0 in favor.  Following polling, Mayor James voted Aye, Commissioner Garrett voted Aye, Commissioner Shurin voted Aye, Commissioner Tolbert voted Aye, and Commissioner Wagner voted Aye.

The Board adjourned at 1:45 p.m.

Board of Police Commissioners Minutes