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City Council
9/26/2022 7:00 PM ET
Agenda

Attendees Should Observe Covid Protocols, Including Social Distancing And Wearing A Face Mask. The Meeting Will Be Live Broadcast. See Meeting Notice For Details.

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  1. Agenda Ready

    Communication

    From Council President Blaine A. Griffin, designating Allan Dreyer, without objection by Council, to be Clerk Pro Tempore the purposes of the September 26, 2022, Council Meeting and for all matters requiring the Clerk’s signature September 23 to September 30, 2022.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/27/2022 12:23:21 AM UTC

  2. Liquor Control

    Communication

    #1258535. Transfer of Ownership Application, D1 D2 D3 D6. Carl Zach Murray Hill LLC, 2181 Murray Hill Rd. (Ward 6).

    Attachments

    Updated 9/27/2022 12:23:21 AM UTC

  3. Liquor Control

    Communication

    #0767185. Transfer of Ownership Application, C2 C2X. BNT Ventures LLC, 1905 East 55th St. (Ward 7).

    Attachments

    Updated 9/27/2022 12:23:21 AM UTC

  4. Liquor Control

    Communication

    #0025949. Transfer of Ownership Application, C1 C2. Abu Jamal LLC, 870 East 185th St. (Ward 8).

    Attachments

    Updated 9/27/2022 12:23:21 AM UTC

  5. Liquor Control

    Communication

    #1376491. Transfer of Ownership Application, C1 C2 D6. CF Gas Store LLC, 16601 Euclid Ave. (Ward 10).

    Attachments

    Updated 9/27/2022 12:23:21 AM UTC

  6. Liquor Control

    Communication

    #0030075. Transfer of License Application, D1 D2 D3 D3A. Achievers International LLC, 7500 Cedar Ave. (Ward 5).

    Attachments

    Updated 9/27/2022 12:23:21 AM UTC

  7. Liquor Control

    Communication

    #42752220005. Transfer of License Application, D1 D2 D3 D3A. Jennie C. Doran LLC, 5222 Lorain Ave. (Ward 15).

    Attachments

    Updated 9/27/2022 12:23:21 AM UTC

  8. Liquor Control

    Communication

    #3637348. Transfer of Ownership Application, C2 C2X. Harsiddhi Krupa LLC, 10301-05 St. Clair Ave. (Ward 9).

    Attachments

    Updated 9/27/2022 12:23:21 AM UTC

  9. Liquor Control

    Communication

    #0249863. Transfer of Ownership Application, C1 C2 D6. Shop 2 LLC, 11333 Superior Ave. (Ward 9).

    Attachments

    Updated 9/27/2022 12:23:21 AM UTC

  10. Liquor Control

    Communication

    #91223670001. Transfer of Location Application, D2 D2X D3 D6. 2417 Professor LLC, 55 Public Sq. (Ward 3).

    Attachments

    Updated 9/27/2022 12:23:21 AM UTC

  11. Agenda Ready

    Appointment

    From Council President Blaine A. Griffin. Recommending the appointment of Councilman Kevin Bishop to the Board of Sidewalk Appeals. Without objection, the appointment is approved.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/27/2022 12:23:21 AM UTC

  12. Agenda Ready

    Ceremonial Resolution

    Condolence Resolution for Robert Lee Craig, Sr.

    Updated 9/27/2022 12:23:21 AM UTC

  13. Agenda Ready

    Ceremonial Resolution

    Condolence Resolution for Richard F. Clark

    Updated 9/27/2022 12:23:21 AM UTC

  14. To be Passed/Adopted

    Ceremonial Resolution

    Recognition Resolution for Disabled American Veterans, Chapter #147

    Updated 9/27/2022 12:23:21 AM UTC

  15. To be Passed/Adopted

    Ceremonial Resolution

    Recognition Resolution for National African American Male Wellness Agency

    Updated 9/27/2022 12:23:21 AM UTC

  16. To be Passed/Adopted

    Ceremonial Resolution

    Appreciation Resolution for Lord Mayor of Cork, Deirdre Forde

    Updated 9/27/2022 12:23:21 AM UTC

  17. First Reading

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Economic Development to enter into a UDAG grant agreement contract with Team NEO, and/or its designee, to provide economic development assistance to induce Aer Lingus to start and maintain daily direct flight service from Cleveland to the Republic of Ireland for a period of three years.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/27/2022 12:23:21 AM UTC

  18. First Reading

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE To amend Sections 241.05 and 241.35 of the Codified Ordinances of Cleveland, Ohio, 1976, as amended by Ordinance No. 863-2021, passed October 25, 2021, relating to food shop licenses, fees, and categories.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/27/2022 12:23:21 AM UTC

  19. First Reading

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Finance to apply for and accept a grant from The George Gund Foundation for Mayor Justin Bibb’s Strategic Plans; and authorizing the Director of Finance to employ one or more professional consultants to develop the plans.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/27/2022 12:23:21 AM UTC

  20. First Reading

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Public Utilities to exercise the first one-year options to renew various contracts for general training and development services for the Department of Public Utilities.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/27/2022 12:23:21 AM UTC

  21. First Reading

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Port Control to employ one or more professional consultants, software developers or vendors to develop and implement an Emergency Alert Notification System, and related services, at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport and Burke Lakefront Airport; authorizing the purchase by one or more contracts of the systems, for a period of one year with four one-year options to renew, exercisable by the Director of Port Control.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/27/2022 12:23:21 AM UTC

  22. First Reading

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Finance to employ one or more professional consultants to assist in the implementation of the Governmental Accounting Standards Board Statement No. 87, Leases, dealing with lease accounting for the City’s 2022 financial statements.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/27/2022 12:23:21 AM UTC

  23. First Reading

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Public Utilities to employ one or more professional consultants to provide a detailed five-year comprehensive financial plan that would include rate studies, financing plans, competitiveness and rate structure issues, and/or any additional system expansion opportunities, for the Divisions of Water, Cleveland Public Power, and Water Pollution Control, Department of Public Utilities.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/27/2022 12:23:21 AM UTC

  24. First Reading

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Port Control to enter into one or more professional services contracts, purchase contracts and requirement contracts to assist in the development of a continued proactive marketing and advertising strategy, including but not limited to, a new website to promote Cleveland Hopkins International Airport and Burke Lakefront Airport, marketing, promotional, public relations, advertising, and creative services; authorizing the purchase or lease of television and radio advertising time and other media, each for a period of one year, with three one-year options to renew, the second of which requires additional legislative authority.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/27/2022 12:23:21 AM UTC

  25. First Reading

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE To make additional appropriations of Eleven Million Dollars ($11,000,000) to the Major Enterprise Funds.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/27/2022 12:23:21 AM UTC

  26. First Reading

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE To provide for the transfer and amendment of One Million Nine Hundred Thousand Dollars ($1,900,000) within the Major Enterprise Fund.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/27/2022 12:23:21 AM UTC

  27. First Reading

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE To amend the title and Section 3 of Ordinance No. 119-2022, passed May 23, 2022; and to supplement the ordinance by adding new Sections 2a, 2b, 2c and 2d, relating to directing a portion of the City’s Coronavirus Local Fiscal Recovery Fund payment by authorizing the Director of Community Development to enter into one or more subrecipient agreements with The Mt. Sinai Health Care Foundation to assist with a lead safe program and authorizing the expenditure of a portion of the Fund Payment to the Department of Community Development for lead related programming, administration, loans and grants.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/27/2022 12:23:21 AM UTC

  28. First Reading

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the purchase by one or more requirement contracts of unarmed, uniformed security guard services, for the various divisions of City government, for a period of two years, with an option to renew for a one-year period, exercisable by the Director of Finance.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/27/2022 12:23:21 AM UTC

  29. First Reading

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE To vacate all of Gladys Avenue (42 feet wide) extending from the East line of East 45th street (60 feet wide) to West line of East 47th street (60 feet wide).

    Attachments

    Updated 9/27/2022 12:23:21 AM UTC

  30. Agenda Ready

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Amending the Title and Sections 1 and 2 of Ordinance No. 1109-2021, passed November 29, 2021, as it pertains to authorizing the Director of the Department of Community Development to enter into an agreement with Burten, Bell, Carr Development Inc. for the Food Distribution Program through the use of Wards 4 and 5 Casino Revenue Funds.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/27/2022 12:23:21 AM UTC

  31. First Reading

    Emergency Resolution

    AN EMERGENCY RESOLUTION Strongly encouraging the Mayor’s Administration to investigate upgrading the current 9-1-1 emergency response system to a “Next Generation 9-1-1 System” that will provide faster and more reliable emergency assistance by using updated technology to provide real-time information.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/27/2022 12:23:21 AM UTC

  32. Agenda Ready

    Emergency Resolution

    AN EMERGENCY RESOLUTION Withdrawing objection to the renewal of a D5 and D6 Liquor Permit at 7114 St. Clair Avenue, 1st floor and basement, and repealing Resolution No. 709-2021 objecting to said renewal.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/27/2022 12:23:21 AM UTC

  33. Agenda Ready

    Emergency Resolution

    AN EMERGENCY RESOLUTION Objecting to the transfer of ownership of a C1 and C2 Liquor Permit to 870 East 185th Street.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/27/2022 12:23:21 AM UTC

  34. Agenda Ready

    Emergency Resolution

    AN EMERGENCY RESOLUTION Objecting to the transfer of ownership of a C1, C2 and D6 Liquor Permit to 16601 Euclid Avenue.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/27/2022 12:23:21 AM UTC

  35. To be Passed/Adopted

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE To amend Sections 363.12, 367.04, 367.05, and 3103.09 of the Codified Ordinances of Cleveland, Ohio, 1976, as amended by various ordinances, relating to notices of violation.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/27/2022 12:23:21 AM UTC

  36. To be Passed/Adopted

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Economic Development to enter into a grant agreement with the Greater Cleveland Media Development Corporation dba Greater Cleveland Film Commission, or its designee, to assist with the general operating expenses of the organization.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/27/2022 12:23:21 AM UTC

  37. To be Passed/Adopted

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the purchase or rental by one or more requirement contracts of the purchase or rental of new heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems, and the necessary items of labor, equipment, and materials necessary to maintain, repair, test, inspect, or enhance existing systems, for the Division of Airports, Department of Port Control for a term of two years, with two one-year options to renew, the first of which shall require additional legislative authority.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/27/2022 12:23:21 AM UTC

  38. To be Passed/Adopted

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Economic Development to enter into a Tax Increment Financing Agreement with 3614 Euclid Holding LLC, and/or its designee, to support the financing and development of the Delta Hotel Project to be located at 3614 Euclid Avenue; to provide for payments to the Cleveland Metropolitan School District; and to declare certain improvements to real property to be a public purpose.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/27/2022 12:23:21 AM UTC

  39. To be Passed/Adopted

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Approving the addition of property located at 5000 Euclid Avenue to the Northeast Ohio Advanced Energy District; accepting and approving a petition and plan from a property owner in the District identifying a special energy improvement project; declaring it necessary to conduct the special energy improvement project; providing for the assessment of the cost of such special energy improvement project; authorizing the Director of Economic Development to enter into an Energy Project Cooperative Agreement and a Special Assessment Agreement to implement the project; and declaring an emergency.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/27/2022 12:23:21 AM UTC

  40. To be Passed/Adopted

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Public Health to enter into one or more agreements with the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency and other public or private entities to accept funding to conduct the Battery Powered Lawn and Garden Equipment Rebate Program; authorizing the Director to enter into various written standard purchase and requirement contracts needed to purchase gift cards; and to enter into other agreements or execute documents necessary to conduct the program.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/27/2022 12:23:21 AM UTC

  41. To be Passed/Adopted

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Directing a portion of the City’s Coronavirus Local Fiscal Recovery Fund payment to the City’s COVID-19 response by authorizing the Director of Community Development to enter into a loan agreement with Woodhill Homes II LLC, or its designee, to finance the development of Woodhill Center East affordable housing at 11305 Woodland Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio 44104.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/27/2022 12:23:21 AM UTC

  42. To be Passed/Adopted

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the appropriation of funds from the State of Ohio from a settlement of opioid-litigation against pharmaceutical supply chain participants; and authorizing various contracts to prevent, treat, and support recovery from addiction.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/27/2022 12:23:21 AM UTC

  43. To be Passed/Adopted

    Ordinance

    AN ORDINANCE To supplement the Codified Ordinances of Cleveland Ohio, 1976 by enacting new Section 337.19 related to parking recreational vehicles in a residential district.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/27/2022 12:23:21 AM UTC

  44. To be Passed/Adopted

    Ordinance

    AN ORDINANCE Changing the Use, Area and Height Districts of parcels of land northeast of Ansel Road between Derby Avenue and Superior Avenue and adding a 15 foot specific mapped setback from the property line (Map Change 2653).

    Attachments

    Updated 9/27/2022 12:23:21 AM UTC

  45. To be Passed/Adopted

    Emergency Resolution

    AN EMERGENCY RESOLUTION Establishing a working committee of Council, the Bibb Administration, and community stakeholders to study Community Benefits Agreement policies and ordinances, and consider implementing a City policy and ordinance to ensure that development projects provide maximized, tangible benefits to Cleveland’s communities and citizens; and improve reporting practices and public accessibility to workforce and community benefits data and information.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/27/2022 12:23:21 AM UTC

Development, Planning And Sustainability Committee
9/27/2022 9:30 AM ET
Agenda

Attendees Should Observe Covid Protocols, Including Social Distancing And Wearing A Face Mask. The Meeting Will Be Live Broadcast. See Meeting Notice For Details.

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  1. Agenda Ready

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Community Development to apply for and accept the HOME-ARPA Grant from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development; and authorizing one or more contracts with various entities, agencies, or individuals to implement the grants.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/26/2022 7:21:14 PM UTC

  2. Agenda Ready

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Capital Projects to issue a permit to The Sherwin-Williams Company to encroach into the public right-of-way of West 3rd Street by installing a retaining wall with tieback anchors for a Temporary Earth Retention System (TERS) for the construction of the Sherwin Williams Headquarters parking garage.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/26/2022 7:21:15 PM UTC

  3. Agenda Ready

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Capital Projects to issue a permit to The Medical Center Company to encroach into the public rights-of-way beneath Adelbert Road, Murray Hill Road, and Circle Drive, by installing, using, and maintaining underground electrical service and steam power conduits.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/26/2022 7:21:15 PM UTC

  4. Agenda Ready

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Designating certain property located on Hulda Avenue between East 110th Street and Woodhill Avenue in the Woodland Hills neighborhood as “Ernest G. Turner Memorial Pocket Park”.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/26/2022 7:21:15 PM UTC

  5. Agenda Ready

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Building and Housing to enter into one or more agreements with the Western Reserve Land Conservancy to perform professional services relating to managing the City’s door-to-door property survey, compiling the data, and performing other related services; authorizing the director to apply for and accept gifts and grants from any public or private entity to implement this ordinance.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/26/2022 7:21:15 PM UTC

  6. Agenda Ready

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Economic Development to enter into a UDAG loan agreement with FMCFP, LLC, and/or its designee, to provide economic development assistance relating to construction of the Meijer grocery store to be located at East 105th Street and Cedar Avenue, related soft costs, and other associated costs necessary to redevelop the property.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/26/2022 7:21:15 PM UTC

  7. Agenda Ready

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Directing a portion of the City’s Coronavirus Local Fiscal Recovery Fund payment to the City’s COVID-19 response by authorizing the Director of Community Development to enter into one or more loan and grant agreements with various individuals and entities to finance affordable housing and to address vacant or abandoned properties, to be encumbered beginning March 3, 2021, and ending December 31, 2024; to enter into other similar agreements; and to apply for and accept grants and gifts.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/26/2022 7:21:15 PM UTC

Finance, Diversity, Equity And Inclusion Committee
9/26/2022 2:00 PM ET
Agenda

Attendees Should Observe Covid Protocols, Including Social Distancing And Wearing A Face Mask. The Meeting Will Be Live Broadcast. See Meeting Notice For Details.

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  1. To be Passed/Adopted

    Ordinance

    AN ORDINANCE To supplement the Codified Ordinances of Cleveland Ohio, 1976 by enacting new Section 337.19 related to parking recreational vehicles in a residential district.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/22/2022 8:12:25 PM UTC

  2. To be Passed/Adopted

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Economic Development to enter into a grant agreement with the Greater Cleveland Media Development Corporation dba Greater Cleveland Film Commission, or its designee, to assist with the general operating expenses of the organization.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/22/2022 8:11:34 PM UTC

  3. To be Passed/Adopted

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the purchase or rental by one or more requirement contracts of the purchase or rental of new heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems, and the necessary items of labor, equipment, and materials necessary to maintain, repair, test, inspect, or enhance existing systems, for the Division of Airports, Department of Port Control for a term of two years, with two one-year options to renew, the first of which shall require additional legislative authority.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/22/2022 8:11:34 PM UTC

  4. To be Passed/Adopted

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Economic Development to enter into a Tax Increment Financing Agreement with 3614 Euclid Holding LLC, and/or its designee, to support the financing and development of the Delta Hotel Project to be located at 3614 Euclid Avenue; to provide for payments to the Cleveland Metropolitan School District; and to declare certain improvements to real property to be a public purpose.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/22/2022 8:11:34 PM UTC

  5. To be Passed/Adopted

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Approving the addition of property located at 5000 Euclid Avenue to the Northeast Ohio Advanced Energy District; accepting and approving a petition and plan from a property owner in the District identifying a special energy improvement project; declaring it necessary to conduct the special energy improvement project; providing for the assessment of the cost of such special energy improvement project; authorizing the Director of Economic Development to enter into an Energy Project Cooperative Agreement and a Special Assessment Agreement to implement the project; and declaring an emergency.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/26/2022 3:58:44 PM UTC

  6. To be Passed/Adopted

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Directing a portion of the City’s Coronavirus Local Fiscal Recovery Fund payment to the City’s COVID-19 response by authorizing the Director of Community Development to enter into a loan agreement with Woodhill Homes II LLC, or its designee, to finance the development of Woodhill Center East affordable housing at 11305 Woodland Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio 44104.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/26/2022 3:58:59 PM UTC

  7. To be Passed/Adopted

    Emergency Resolution

    AN EMERGENCY RESOLUTION Establishing a working committee of Council, the Bibb Administration, and community stakeholders to study Community Benefits Agreement policies and ordinances, and consider implementing a City policy and ordinance to ensure that development projects provide maximized, tangible benefits to Cleveland’s communities and citizens; and improve reporting practices and public accessibility to workforce and community benefits data and information.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/22/2022 8:11:34 PM UTC

  8. To be Passed/Adopted

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE To amend Sections 363.12, 367.04, 367.05, and 3103.09 of the Codified Ordinances of Cleveland, Ohio, 1976, as amended by various ordinances, relating to notices of violation.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/22/2022 8:12:36 PM UTC

  9. To be Passed/Adopted

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Public Health to enter into one or more agreements with the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency and other public or private entities to accept funding to conduct the Battery Powered Lawn and Garden Equipment Rebate Program; authorizing the Director to enter into various written standard purchase and requirement contracts needed to purchase gift cards; and to enter into other agreements or execute documents necessary to conduct the program.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/26/2022 3:58:54 PM UTC

  10. To be Passed/Adopted

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the appropriation of funds from the State of Ohio from a settlement of opioid-litigation against pharmaceutical supply chain participants; and authorizing various contracts to prevent, treat, and support recovery from addiction.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/26/2022 3:59:30 PM UTC

  11. Held

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of City Planning to create the Transformative Public Art Projects Fund Program; and to enter into grant agreements under the program.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/26/2022 3:59:31 PM UTC

Safety Committee
9/28/2022 10:00 AM ET
Agenda

Attendees Should Observe Covid Protocols, Including Social Distancing And Wearing A Face Mask. The Meeting Will Be Live Broadcast. See Meeting Notice For Details.

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  1. Agenda Ready

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Public Safety to enter into a Memorandum of Understanding with the United States Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives relating to reimbursement of overtime salary costs and other costs incurred by the Cleveland Division of Police in providing resources to assist the ATF, terminating on September 30, 2027.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/23/2022 2:45:28 PM UTC

  2. Agenda Ready

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Directing a portion of the City’s Coronavirus Local Fiscal Recovery Fund payment to the City’s COVID-19 response by authorizing the Director of Public Safety to enter into one or more agreements with ShotSpotter, Inc. for a gunfire detection system, to be encumbered beginning March 3, 2021, and ending December 31, 2024; and to apply for and accept grants and gifts.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/23/2022 2:45:28 PM UTC

Health, Human Services And The Arts Committee
9/26/2022 9:30 AM ET
Agenda

Discussion Of Listed Legislation And Presentation From American Heart Association On Healthy Children’s Meals. Attendees Should Observe Covid Protocols By Social Distancing And Wearing Face Mask. See Meeting Notice For Details.

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  1. To be Passed/Adopted

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Public Health to enter into one or more agreements with the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency and other public or private entities to accept funding to conduct the Battery Powered Lawn and Garden Equipment Rebate Program; authorizing the Director to enter into various written standard purchase and requirement contracts needed to purchase gift cards; and to enter into other agreements or execute documents necessary to conduct the program.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/22/2022 8:14:52 PM UTC

  2. To be Passed/Adopted

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the appropriation of funds from the State of Ohio from a settlement of opioid-litigation against pharmaceutical supply chain participants; and authorizing various contracts to prevent, treat, and support recovery from addiction.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/23/2022 2:43:56 PM UTC

  3. Held

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of City Planning to create the Transformative Public Art Projects Fund Program; and to enter into grant agreements under the program.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/23/2022 2:44:07 PM UTC

City Council
9/19/2022 7:00 PM ET
Agenda Minutes

Attendees Should Observe Covid Protocols, Including Social Distancing And Wearing A Face Mask. The Meeting Will Be Live Broadcast. See Meeting Notice For Details.

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  1. Filed

    Communication

    From Council President Blaine A. Griffin, designating Allan Dreyer, without objection by Council, to be Clerk Pro Tempore for the September 19, 2022, Council meeting.

    This Communication was received and filed.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/22/2022 8:19:37 PM UTC

  2. Filed

    Communication

    #6693005. Economic Development Transfer Application, D1 D2 D3. Patron Saint LLC, 2915 Detroit Ave. (Ward 3).

    This Communication was received and filed.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/22/2022 8:19:37 PM UTC

  3. Referred

    Appointment

    From Mayor Justin M. Bibb, City of Cleveland. Appointments to Cleveland City Planning Commission to be considered by Council’s Mayor’s Appointments Committee.

    This Appointment was referred.to the City Council

    Attachments

    Updated 9/22/2022 8:19:37 PM UTC

  4. Filed

    Ceremonial Resolution

    Condolence Resolution for David A. Arnold

    This Ceremonial Resolution was read into the record.

    Updated 9/22/2022 8:19:37 PM UTC

  5. Filed

    Ceremonial Resolution

    Condolence Resolution for Barbara Jean Shack

    This Ceremonial Resolution was read into the record.

    Updated 9/22/2022 8:19:37 PM UTC

  6. Filed

    Ceremonial Resolution

    Condolence Resolution for Maleek Lathan Brooks

    This Ceremonial Resolution was read into the record.

    Updated 9/22/2022 8:19:37 PM UTC

  7. Filed

    Ceremonial Resolution

    Condolence Resolution for Sister Alicia Alvarado, O.P.

    This Ceremonial Resolution was read into the record.

    Updated 9/22/2022 8:19:37 PM UTC

  8. Filed

    Ceremonial Resolution

    Congratulations Resolution for Apostle Joan E. Walker

    This Ceremonial Resolution was read into the record.

    Updated 9/22/2022 8:19:37 PM UTC

  9. Filed

    Ceremonial Resolution

    Congratulations Resolution for Dr. Laura Bloomberg

    This Ceremonial Resolution was read into the record.

    Updated 9/22/2022 8:19:37 PM UTC

  10. Filed

    Ceremonial Resolution

    Congratulations Resolution for Kathryn J. Heidemann

    This Ceremonial Resolution was read into the record.

    Updated 9/22/2022 8:19:37 PM UTC

  11. Filed

    Ceremonial Resolution

    Recognition Resolution for Maggie Hale - 100th Birthday

    This Ceremonial Resolution was read into the record.

    Updated 9/22/2022 8:19:37 PM UTC

  12. Filed

    Ceremonial Resolution

    Recognition Resolution for Lloyd E. Allen

    This Ceremonial Resolution was read into the record.

    Updated 9/22/2022 8:19:37 PM UTC

  13. Filed

    Ceremonial Resolution

    Recognition Resolution for Lisa Ray

    This Ceremonial Resolution was read into the record.

    Updated 9/22/2022 8:19:37 PM UTC

  14. Filed

    Ceremonial Resolution

    Welcome Resolution for Katalin Novák, President of Hungary

    This Ceremonial Resolution was read into the record.

    Updated 9/22/2022 8:19:37 PM UTC

  15. Administrative Review

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE To amend the title and Section 4 of Ordinance No. 732-2020, passed November 18, 2020; and to supplement the ordinance by adding new Sections 3a, 3b and 3c relating to the public improvement of rehabilitating Kirtland Crib to add authority to apply for and accept one or more Water Supply Revolving Loan Account Loans for this project.

    This Emergency Ordinance was read and referred to administrative review.to the City Council

    Attachments

    Updated 9/22/2022 8:19:37 PM UTC

  16. Administrative Review

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the purchase by one or more requirement contracts of natural gas for City facilities; and to employ energy suppliers and/or development firms to supply natural gas to City facilities; for a period of up to three years, with two options to renew of up to one year each, exercisable by the Director of Finance.

    This Emergency Ordinance was read and referred to administrative review.to the City Council

    Attachments

    Updated 9/22/2022 8:19:37 PM UTC

  17. Passed

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of the Department of Community Development to enter into agreement with LMB Consulting LLC to provide consulting services for the Commercial Revitalization Services for E. 185th Street Project through the use of Ward 8 Casino Revenue Funds.

    A motion was made by Council Member Hairston, seconded by Council Member Mooney, that this Emergency Ordinance be approved. The motion carried by the following vote:

    Attachments

    Updated 9/22/2022 8:19:37 PM UTC

  18. Passed

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Approving the collective bargaining agreement with the Fraternal Order of Police, Lodge No. 8 (F.O.P.); and to amend Section 54 of Ordinance No. 194-2021, passed March 29, 2021, as amended, relating to compensation for various classifications.

    A motion was made by Council Member Hairston, seconded by Council Member Mooney, that this Emergency Ordinance be approved. The motion carried by the following vote:

    Attachments

    Updated 9/22/2022 8:19:37 PM UTC

  19. Passed

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Approving the collective bargaining agreement with the Service Employees International Union, Local 1; and to amend Section 7 of Ordinance No. 194-2021, passed March 29, 2021, as amended, relating to compensation for various classifications.

    A motion was made by Council Member Hairston, seconded by Council Member Mooney, that this Emergency Ordinance be approved. The motion carried by the following vote:

    Attachments

    Updated 9/22/2022 8:19:37 PM UTC

  20. Administrative Review

    Ordinance

    AN ORDINANCE Changing the Use, Area and Height Districts of parcels of land along East 89th Street between Cedar Avenue and Quincy Avenue (Map Change 2654).

    This Ordinance was read and referred to administrative review.to the City Council

    Attachments

    Updated 9/22/2022 8:19:37 PM UTC

  21. Administrative Review

    Ordinance

    AN ORDINANCE Changing the Use, Area and Height Districts of parcels of land West of Pearl Road and North of Broadview Road and adding an Urban Form Overlay as identified on the attached map (Map Change No. 2623).

    This Ordinance was read and referred to administrative review.to the City Council

    Attachments

    Updated 9/22/2022 8:19:37 PM UTC

  22. To be Passed/Adopted

    Emergency Resolution

    AN EMERGENCY RESOLUTION Establishing a working committee of Council, the Bibb Administration, and community stakeholders to study Community Benefits Agreement policies and ordinances, and consider implementing a City policy and ordinance to ensure that development projects provide maximized, tangible benefits to Cleveland’s communities and citizens; and improve reporting practices and public accessibility to workforce and community benefits data and information.

    This Emergency Resolution was read and referred to administrative review.to the City Council

    Attachments

    Updated 9/22/2022 8:19:37 PM UTC

  23. Passed

    Emergency Resolution

    AN EMERGENCY RESOLUTION Recognizing Black Women’s Equal Pay Day to be celebrated on September 21, 2022.

    A motion was made by Council Member Hairston, seconded by Council Member Mooney, that this Emergency Resolution be adopted. The motion carried by the following vote:

    Attachments

    Updated 9/22/2022 8:19:37 PM UTC

  24. Passed

    Emergency Resolution

    AN EMERGENCY RESOLUTION Approving the recommendation of the Committee on Council Operations regarding hiring certain employees by Cleveland City Council.

    A motion was made by Council Member Hairston, seconded by Council Member Mooney, that this Emergency Resolution be adopted. The motion carried by the following vote:

    Attachments

    Updated 9/22/2022 8:19:37 PM UTC

  25. Passed

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the purchase by one or more standard and requirement contracts for the purchase, lease, or lease with option to purchase, of various on-road vehicles, apparatus, and off-road equipment, cabs, bodies, and accessories, equipment, and other aftermarket items necessary to equip the vehicles authorized for their intended purposes, including vehicle rehabilitation, training, and inspections, as needed, for the Departments of Public Utilities and Port Control.

    A motion was made by Council Member Hairston, seconded by Council Member Mooney, that this Emergency Ordinance be approved. The motion carried by the following vote:

    Attachments

    Updated 9/22/2022 8:19:37 PM UTC

  26. Passed

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the purchase by one or more standard and requirement contracts for the purchase, lease, or lease with option to purchase, of various on-road vehicles, apparatus, and off-road equipment, cabs, bodies, and accessories, equipment and other aftermarket items necessary to equip the vehicles authorized for their intended purposes, including vehicle rehabilitation, training, and inspections, as needed, for the various divisions of City government.

    A motion was made by Council Member Hairston, seconded by Council Member Mooney, that this Emergency Ordinance be approved. The motion carried by the following vote:

    Attachments

    Updated 9/22/2022 8:19:37 PM UTC

  27. Passed

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE To authorize the Director of Public Safety to enter into contracts or amendments to Contract No. CT 6002 SG 2022-015 with Accipiter Radar Corporation to permit Accipiter to sell access to radar data derived from the City’s radar system to third parties in exchange for certain maintenance and upgrade services from Accipiter at no charge to the City; and to amend Section 5 of Ordinance No. 674-2020, passed September 9, 2020.

    A motion was made by Council Member Hairston, seconded by Council Member Mooney, that this Emergency Ordinance was approved as amended.. The motion carried by the following vote:

    Attachments

    Updated 9/22/2022 8:19:37 PM UTC

  28. Passed

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Public Works to enter into one or more agreements with the State of Ohio, Department of Transportation to provide services necessary for snow and ice removal and general routine maintenance and repair of a portion of State Route 176, for a period of one year, with two one-year options to renew, exercisable by the Director of Public Works.

    A motion was made by Council Member Hairston, seconded by Council Member Mooney, that this Emergency Ordinance be approved. The motion carried by the following vote:

    Attachments

    Updated 9/22/2022 8:19:37 PM UTC

  29. Passed

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE To amend Section 123.09 of the Codified Ordinances of Cleveland, Ohio, 1976, as amended by Ordinance No. 69-17, passed January 30, 2017, to change the name of the Office of Quality Control and Performance Management to the Office of Urban Analytics and Innovation.

    A motion was made by Council Member Hairston, seconded by Council Member Mooney, that this Emergency Ordinance be approved. The motion carried by the following vote:

    Attachments

    Updated 9/22/2022 8:19:37 PM UTC

  30. Passed

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Finance, on behalf of the Cleveland Municipal Court, to apply for and accept a grant from the Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services Board of Cuyahoga County for the 2022-23 Specialized Dockets Program; and authorizing the Director to enter into one or more contracts with various agencies, entities, or individuals to implement the grant purposes.

    A motion was made by Council Member Hairston, seconded by Council Member Mooney, that this Emergency Ordinance be approved. The motion carried by the following vote:

    Attachments

    Updated 9/22/2022 8:19:37 PM UTC

  31. Passed

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE To add the name DaVia Alexis Garth Way as a secondary and honorary name to Clement Avenue between East 67th Street and East 71st Street.

    A motion was made by Council Member Hairston, seconded by Council Member Mooney, that this Emergency Ordinance be approved. The motion carried by the following vote:

    Attachments

    Updated 9/22/2022 8:19:37 PM UTC

  32. Passed

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE To amend Section 4 of Ordinance No. 194-2021, passed March 29, 2021, as amended, relating to compensation for various classifications.

    A motion was made by Council Member Hairston, seconded by Council Member Mooney, that this Emergency Ordinance be approved. The motion carried by the following vote:

    Attachments

    Updated 9/22/2022 8:19:37 PM UTC

  33. Passed

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Finance to enter into one or more agreements with Honeywell, International to accept the gift of professional services for the purpose of creating a Smart City Strategic Plan and Smart City Roadmap; and authorizing any agreements or documents necessary to implement this ordinance.

    A motion was made by Council Member Hairston, seconded by Council Member Mooney, that this Emergency Ordinance be approved. The motion carried by the following vote:

    Attachments

    Updated 9/22/2022 8:19:37 PM UTC

  34. Passed

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Finance to enter into one or more agreements with Case Western Reserve University and Cleveland State University to develop and establish a proof of concept solution to monitor and address illegal dumping activities utilizing a Smart City initiative.

    A motion was made by Council Member Hairston, seconded by Council Member Mooney, that this Emergency Ordinance be approved. The motion carried by the following vote:

    Attachments

    Updated 9/22/2022 8:19:37 PM UTC

  35. Passed

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE To amend Section 1 of Ordinance No. 1033-2021, passed November 22, 2021, relating to appropriating American Rescue Plan Act funding for professional legal services contract or contracts to assist the City in matters relating to regulatory compliance and eligible use-of-funds.

    A motion was made by Council Member Hairston, seconded by Council Member Mooney, that this Emergency Ordinance be approved. The motion carried by the following vote:

    Attachments

    Updated 9/22/2022 8:19:37 PM UTC

  36. Passed

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Public Safety to employ one or more professional consultants, computer software developers, or vendors to acquire licenses to outfit in-fleet dash cameras in frontline Division of Police vehicles, including but not limited to, software configuration, installation, cloud storage, and equipment; and authorizing various written standard purchase and requirement contracts, if not obtained through the professional services contract, for a period up to five years, for the Division of Police, Department of Public Safety; and authorizing the Director to apply for and accept grants or gifts.

    A motion was made by Council Member Hairston, seconded by Council Member Mooney, that this Emergency Ordinance was approved as amended.. The motion carried by the following vote:

    Attachments

    Updated 9/22/2022 8:19:37 PM UTC

  37. Passed

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Directing a portion of the City’s Coronavirus Local Fiscal Recovery Fund payment to the City’s COVID-19 response by authorizing the Director of Health to enter into one or more subrecipient agreements with The Cleveland Foundation to assist with the Dollar for Doses program to provide incentives for COVID vaccinations, to be encumbered beginning March 3, 2021, and ending December 31, 2024.

    A motion was made by Council Member Hairston, seconded by Council Member Mooney, that this Emergency Ordinance was approved as amended.. The motion carried by the following vote:

    Attachments

    Updated 9/22/2022 8:19:37 PM UTC

  38. Passed

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Directing a portion of the City’s Coronavirus Local Fiscal Recovery Fund payment to the City’s COVID-19 response by authorizing the Director of Public Safety to enter into one or more grant agreements with Canopy Child Advocacy Center Inc. to assist with services provided to victims of child abuse, to be encumbered beginning March 3, 2021, and ending December 31, 2024.

    A motion was made by Council Member Hairston, seconded by Council Member Mooney, that this Emergency Ordinance was approved as amended.. The motion carried by the following vote:

    Attachments

    Updated 9/22/2022 8:19:37 PM UTC

  39. Passed

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Directing a portion of the City’s Coronavirus Local Fiscal Recovery Fund payment to the City’s COVID-19 response by authorizing the Director of Public Safety to enter into one or more agreements with Cleveland Rape Crisis to assist with services to victims of sexual violence and to provide assistance to mitigate financial hardship and offset administrative costs from COVID-19, to be encumbered beginning March 3, 2021, and ending December 31, 2024.

    A motion was made by Council Member Hairston, seconded by Council Member Mooney, that this Emergency Ordinance was approved as amended.. The motion carried by the following vote:

    Attachments

    Updated 9/22/2022 8:19:37 PM UTC

  40. Passed

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Directing a portion of the City’s Coronavirus Local Fiscal Recovery Fund payment to the City’s COVID-19 response by authorizing the Director of Finance to enter into one or more subrecipient agreements with Child Care Resource Center of Cuyahoga County, dba Starting Point, to assist with an Early Childhood Recovery Initiative-Signing and Retention program, to be encumbered beginning March 3, 2021, and ending December 31, 2024.

    A motion was made by Council Member Hairston, seconded by Council Member Mooney, that this Emergency Ordinance was approved as amended.. The motion carried by the following vote:

    Attachments

    Updated 9/22/2022 8:19:37 PM UTC

  41. Passed

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Directing a portion of the City’s Coronavirus Local Fiscal Recovery Fund payment to the City’s COVID-19 response by authorizing the Director of Finance to enter into one or more subrecipient agreements with Child Care Resource Center of Cuyahoga County, dba Starting Point, to assist with an Early Childhood Recovery Initiative-Family Child Care Scholarship program, to be encumbered beginning March 3, 2021, and ending December 31, 2024.

    A motion was made by Council Member Hairston, seconded by Council Member Mooney, that this Emergency Ordinance was approved as amended.. The motion carried by the following vote:

    Attachments

    Updated 9/22/2022 8:19:37 PM UTC

  42. Passed

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Directing a portion of the City’s Coronavirus Local Fiscal Recovery Fund payment to the City’s COVID-19 response by authorizing the Director of Public Safety to enter into one or more grant agreements with Journey Center for Safety and Healing to assist with services provided to victims of domestic violence, to be encumbered beginning March 3, 2021, and ending December 31, 2024.

    A motion was made by Council Member Hairston, seconded by Council Member Mooney, that this Emergency Ordinance was approved as amended.. The motion carried by the following vote:

    Attachments

    Updated 9/22/2022 8:19:37 PM UTC

  43. Passed

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Directing a portion of the City’s Coronavirus Local Fiscal Recovery Fund payment to the City’s COVID-19 response by authorizing the Director of Community Development to enter into one or more subrecipient agreements with The Legal Aid Society of Cleveland to provide legal and other services and resources to Cleveland residents facing eviction, to be encumbered beginning March 3, 2021, and ending December 31, 2024.

    A motion was made by Council Member Hairston, seconded by Council Member Mooney, that this Emergency Ordinance was approved as amended.. The motion carried by the following vote:

    Attachments

    Updated 9/22/2022 8:19:37 PM UTC

  44. Passed

    Emergency Resolution

    AN EMERGENCY RESOLUTION Accepting the amounts and rates as determined by the Cuyahoga County Budget Commission and authorizing the necessary tax levies and certifying them to the County Fiscal Officer.

    A motion was made by Council Member Hairston, seconded by Council Member Mooney, that this Emergency Resolution be adopted. The motion carried by the following vote:

    Attachments

    Updated 9/22/2022 8:19:37 PM UTC

  45. Passed

    Emergency Resolution

    AN EMERGENCY RESOLUTION Requesting the County Fiscal Officer to make advances during the year 2023, pursuant to Section 321.34, Ohio Revised Code.

    A motion was made by Council Member Hairston, seconded by Council Member Mooney, that this Emergency Resolution be adopted. The motion carried by the following vote:

    Attachments

    Updated 9/22/2022 8:19:37 PM UTC

Finance, Diversity, Equity And Inclusion Committee
9/19/2022 2:00 PM ET
Agenda

Attendees Should Observe Covid Protocols, Including Social Distancing And Wearing A Face Mask. The Meeting Will Be Live Broadcast. See Meeting Notice For Details.

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  1. Passed

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the purchase by one or more standard and requirement contracts for the purchase, lease, or lease with option to purchase, of various on-road vehicles, apparatus, and off-road equipment, cabs, bodies, and accessories, equipment, and other aftermarket items necessary to equip the vehicles authorized for their intended purposes, including vehicle rehabilitation, training, and inspections, as needed, for the Departments of Public Utilities and Port Control.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/19/2022 3:24:10 PM UTC

  2. Passed

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the purchase by one or more standard and requirement contracts for the purchase, lease, or lease with option to purchase, of various on-road vehicles, apparatus, and off-road equipment, cabs, bodies, and accessories, equipment and other aftermarket items necessary to equip the vehicles authorized for their intended purposes, including vehicle rehabilitation, training, and inspections, as needed, for the various divisions of City government.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/19/2022 3:24:10 PM UTC

  3. Passed

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE To authorize the Director of Public Safety to enter into contracts or amendments to Contract No. CT 6002 SG 2022-015 with Accipiter Radar Corporation to permit Accipiter to sell access to radar data derived from the City’s radar system to third parties in exchange for certain maintenance and upgrade services from Accipiter at no charge to the City; and to amend Section 5 of Ordinance No. 674-2020, passed September 9, 2020.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/19/2022 3:24:10 PM UTC

  4. Passed

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Public Works to enter into one or more agreements with the State of Ohio, Department of Transportation to provide services necessary for snow and ice removal and general routine maintenance and repair of a portion of State Route 176, for a period of one year, with two one-year options to renew, exercisable by the Director of Public Works.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/19/2022 3:24:10 PM UTC

  5. Agenda Ready

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Designating certain property located on Hulda Avenue between East 110th Street and Woodhill Avenue in the Woodland Hills neighborhood as “Ernest G. Turner Memorial Pocket Park”.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/19/2022 3:24:10 PM UTC

  6. Passed

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE To amend Section 123.09 of the Codified Ordinances of Cleveland, Ohio, 1976, as amended by Ordinance No. 69-17, passed January 30, 2017, to change the name of the Office of Quality Control and Performance Management to the Office of Urban Analytics and Innovation.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/19/2022 3:24:10 PM UTC

  7. Passed

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Finance, on behalf of the Cleveland Municipal Court, to apply for and accept a grant from the Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services Board of Cuyahoga County for the 2022-23 Specialized Dockets Program; and authorizing the Director to enter into one or more contracts with various agencies, entities, or individuals to implement the grant purposes.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/19/2022 3:24:10 PM UTC

  8. Passed

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE To add the name DaVia Alexis Garth Way as a secondary and honorary name to Clement Avenue between East 67th Street and East 71st Street.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/19/2022 3:24:10 PM UTC

  9. Passed

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE To amend Section 4 of Ordinance No. 194-2021, passed March 29, 2021, as amended, relating to compensation for various classifications.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/19/2022 3:24:10 PM UTC

  10. Passed

    Emergency Resolution

    AN EMERGENCY RESOLUTION Accepting the amounts and rates as determined by the Cuyahoga County Budget Commission and authorizing the necessary tax levies and certifying them to the County Fiscal Officer.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/19/2022 3:24:10 PM UTC

  11. Passed

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Finance to enter into one or more agreements with Honeywell, International to accept the gift of professional services for the purpose of creating a Smart City Strategic Plan and Smart City Roadmap; and authorizing any agreements or documents necessary to implement this ordinance.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/19/2022 3:24:10 PM UTC

  12. Passed

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Finance to enter into one or more agreements with Case Western Reserve University and Cleveland State University to develop and establish a proof of concept solution to monitor and address illegal dumping activities utilizing a Smart City initiative.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/19/2022 3:24:10 PM UTC

  13. Passed

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE To amend Section 1 of Ordinance No. 1033-2021, passed November 22, 2021, relating to appropriating American Rescue Plan Act funding for professional legal services contract or contracts to assist the City in matters relating to regulatory compliance and eligible use-of-funds.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/19/2022 3:24:10 PM UTC

  14. Passed

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Public Safety to employ one or more professional consultants, computer software developers, or vendors to acquire licenses to outfit in-fleet dash cameras in frontline Division of Police vehicles, including but not limited to, software configuration, installation, cloud storage, and equipment; and authorizing various written standard purchase and requirement contracts, if not obtained through the professional services contract, for a period up to five years, for the Division of Police, Department of Public Safety; and authorizing the Director to apply for and accept grants or gifts.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/19/2022 3:24:10 PM UTC

  15. Passed

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Directing a portion of the City’s Coronavirus Local Fiscal Recovery Fund payment to the City’s COVID-19 response by authorizing the Director of Health to enter into one or more subrecipient agreements with The Cleveland Foundation to assist with the Dollar for Doses program to provide incentives for COVID vaccinations, to be encumbered beginning March 3, 2021, and ending December 31, 2024.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/19/2022 3:24:10 PM UTC

  16. Passed

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Directing a portion of the City’s Coronavirus Local Fiscal Recovery Fund payment to the City’s COVID-19 response by authorizing the Director of Public Safety to enter into one or more grant agreements with Canopy Child Advocacy Center Inc. to assist with services provided to victims of child abuse, to be encumbered beginning March 3, 2021, and ending December 31, 2024.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/19/2022 3:24:10 PM UTC

  17. Passed

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Directing a portion of the City’s Coronavirus Local Fiscal Recovery Fund payment to the City’s COVID-19 response by authorizing the Director of Public Safety to enter into one or more agreements with Cleveland Rape Crisis to assist with services to victims of sexual violence and to provide assistance to mitigate financial hardship and offset administrative costs from COVID-19, to be encumbered beginning March 3, 2021, and ending December 31, 2024.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/19/2022 3:24:10 PM UTC

  18. Passed

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Directing a portion of the City’s Coronavirus Local Fiscal Recovery Fund payment to the City’s COVID-19 response by authorizing the Director of Finance to enter into one or more subrecipient agreements with Child Care Resource Center of Cuyahoga County, dba Starting Point, to assist with an Early Childhood Recovery Initiative-Signing and Retention program, to be encumbered beginning March 3, 2021, and ending December 31, 2024.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/19/2022 3:24:10 PM UTC

  19. Passed

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Directing a portion of the City’s Coronavirus Local Fiscal Recovery Fund payment to the City’s COVID-19 response by authorizing the Director of Finance to enter into one or more subrecipient agreements with Child Care Resource Center of Cuyahoga County, dba Starting Point, to assist with an Early Childhood Recovery Initiative-Family Child Care Scholarship program, to be encumbered beginning March 3, 2021, and ending December 31, 2024.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/19/2022 3:24:10 PM UTC

  20. Passed

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Directing a portion of the City’s Coronavirus Local Fiscal Recovery Fund payment to the City’s COVID-19 response by authorizing the Director of Public Safety to enter into one or more grant agreements with Journey Center for Safety and Healing to assist with services provided to victims of domestic violence, to be encumbered beginning March 3, 2021, and ending December 31, 2024.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/19/2022 3:24:10 PM UTC

  21. Passed

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Directing a portion of the City’s Coronavirus Local Fiscal Recovery Fund payment to the City’s COVID-19 response by authorizing the Director of Community Development to enter into one or more subrecipient agreements with The Legal Aid Society of Cleveland to provide legal and other services and resources to Cleveland residents facing eviction, to be encumbered beginning March 3, 2021, and ending December 31, 2024.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/19/2022 3:24:10 PM UTC

Development, Planning And Sustainability Committee
9/20/2022 9:30 AM ET
Agenda

Attendees Should Observe Covid Protocols, Including Social Distancing And Wearing A Face Mask. The Meeting Will Be Live Broadcast. See Meeting Notice For Details.

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  1. To be Passed/Adopted

    Ordinance

    AN ORDINANCE To supplement the Codified Ordinances of Cleveland Ohio, 1976 by enacting new Section 337.19 related to parking recreational vehicles in a residential district.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/17/2022 7:14:24 PM UTC

  2. To be Passed/Adopted

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE To amend Sections 363.12, 367.04, 367.05, and 3103.09 of the Codified Ordinances of Cleveland, Ohio, 1976, as amended by various ordinances, relating to notices of violation.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/17/2022 7:14:24 PM UTC

  3. To be Passed/Adopted

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Economic Development to enter into a grant agreement with the Greater Cleveland Media Development Corporation dba Greater Cleveland Film Commission, or its designee, to assist with the general operating expenses of the organization.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/17/2022 7:14:24 PM UTC

  4. To be Passed/Adopted

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Economic Development to enter into a Tax Increment Financing Agreement with 3614 Euclid Holding LLC, and/or its designee, to support the financing and development of the Delta Hotel Project to be located at 3614 Euclid Avenue; to provide for payments to the Cleveland Metropolitan School District; and to declare certain improvements to real property to be a public purpose.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/17/2022 7:14:24 PM UTC

  5. To be Passed/Adopted

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Approving the addition of property located at 5000 Euclid Avenue to the Northeast Ohio Advanced Energy District; accepting and approving a petition and plan from a property owner in the District identifying a special energy improvement project; declaring it necessary to conduct the special energy improvement project; providing for the assessment of the cost of such special energy improvement project; authorizing the Director of Economic Development to enter into an Energy Project Cooperative Agreement and a Special Assessment Agreement to implement the project; and declaring an emergency.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/17/2022 7:14:24 PM UTC

  6. To be Passed/Adopted

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Directing a portion of the City’s Coronavirus Local Fiscal Recovery Fund payment to the City’s COVID-19 response by authorizing the Director of Community Development to enter into a loan agreement with Woodhill Homes II LLC, or its designee, to finance the development of Woodhill Center East affordable housing at 11305 Woodland Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio 44104.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/17/2022 7:14:24 PM UTC

Municipal Services And Properties Committee
9/19/2022 9:30 AM ET
Agenda

Attendees Should Observe Covid Protocols, Including Social Distancing And Wearing A Face Mask. The Meeting Will Be Live Broadcast. See Meeting Notice For Details.

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  1. Agenda Ready

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Capital Projects to issue a permit to The Sherwin-Williams Company to encroach into the public right-of-way of West 3rd Street by installing a retaining wall with tieback anchors for a Temporary Earth Retention System (TERS) for the construction of the Sherwin Williams Headquarters parking garage.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/16/2022 8:51:22 PM UTC

  2. Agenda Ready

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Capital Projects to issue a permit to The Medical Center Company to encroach into the public rights-of-way beneath Adelbert Road, Murray Hill Road, and Circle Drive, by installing, using, and maintaining underground electrical service and steam power conduits.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/16/2022 8:51:22 PM UTC

  3. Passed

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the purchase by one or more standard and requirement contracts for the purchase, lease, or lease with option to purchase, of various on-road vehicles, apparatus, and off-road equipment, cabs, bodies, and accessories, equipment, and other aftermarket items necessary to equip the vehicles authorized for their intended purposes, including vehicle rehabilitation, training, and inspections, as needed, for the Departments of Public Utilities and Port Control.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/16/2022 8:51:22 PM UTC

  4. Passed

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the purchase by one or more standard and requirement contracts for the purchase, lease, or lease with option to purchase, of various on-road vehicles, apparatus, and off-road equipment, cabs, bodies, and accessories, equipment and other aftermarket items necessary to equip the vehicles authorized for their intended purposes, including vehicle rehabilitation, training, and inspections, as needed, for the various divisions of City government.

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    Updated 9/16/2022 8:51:22 PM UTC

  5. Passed

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Public Works to enter into one or more agreements with the State of Ohio, Department of Transportation to provide services necessary for snow and ice removal and general routine maintenance and repair of a portion of State Route 176, for a period of one year, with two one-year options to renew, exercisable by the Director of Public Works.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/16/2022 8:51:22 PM UTC

  6. Agenda Ready

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Designating certain property located on Hulda Avenue between East 110th Street and Woodhill Avenue in the Woodland Hills neighborhood as “Ernest G. Turner Memorial Pocket Park”.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/16/2022 8:51:22 PM UTC

  7. In Committee

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Public Works to accept a grant from the Northeast Ohio Public Energy Council for the NOPEC Energized Community Grant Program for various energy efficiency and City facility improvement projects; determining the method of making the public improvement of implementing the projects; authorizing the Director to enter into one or more contracts for the making of the public improvement; and authorizing one or more standard, requirement, professional services, or other contracts or agreements needed to implement this ordinance.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/16/2022 8:51:22 PM UTC

Zoning-development, Planning And Sustainability Committee
9/20/2022 9:30 AM ET
Agenda

Attendees Should Observe Covid Protocols, Including Social Distancing And Wearing A Face Mask. The Meeting Will Be Live Broadcast. See Meeting Notice For Details.

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  1. To be Passed/Adopted

    Ordinance

    AN ORDINANCE Changing the Use, Area and Height Districts of parcels of land northeast of Ansel Road between Derby Avenue and Superior Avenue and adding a 15 foot specific mapped setback from the property line (Map Change 2653).

    Attachments

    Updated 9/16/2022 6:50:35 PM UTC

Transportation And Mobility Committee
9/21/2022 10:00 AM ET
Agenda

Discussion Of Legislation Listed And An Update On The Vision Zero Action Plan. Attendees Should Observe Covid Protocols, Including Social Distancing And Wearing A Face Mask. The Meeting Will Be Live Broadcast. See Meeting Notice For Details.

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  1. To be Passed/Adopted

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the purchase or rental by one or more requirement contracts of the purchase or rental of new heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems, and the necessary items of labor, equipment, and materials necessary to maintain, repair, test, inspect, or enhance existing systems, for the Division of Airports, Department of Port Control for a term of two years, with two one-year options to renew, the first of which shall require additional legislative authority.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/16/2022 6:47:30 PM UTC

City Council
9/12/2022 7:00 PM ET
Agenda Minutes

Attendees Should Observe Covid Protocols, Including Social Distancing And Wearing A Face Mask. The Meeting Will Be Live Broadcast. See Meeting Notice For Details.

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  1. Filed

    Communication

    From City Records Commission of Cleveland, Ohio. Submission of Records Retention Schedule (RC-2) to State of Ohio, amending Cleveland City Council’s Records Retention Schedule.

    This Communication was received and filed.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/15/2022 6:40:01 PM UTC

  2. Filed

    Communication

    From Timothy Henkel, President, Pennrose, LLC. Notice of intent to apply to Ohio Housing Finance Agency for multifamily funding programs for the development known as Cedar IV at 2591 Community College Avenue (Ward 5), Cleveland, Ohio.

    This Communication was received and filed.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/15/2022 6:40:08 PM UTC

  3. Filed

    Communication

    From Alexandra Michaud, Director, Vesta Corporation. Notice of intent to apply to Ohio Housing Finance Agency for multifamily funding programs for the development known as Lynette Gardens Senior Apartment Homes at 1552 Ansel Road (Ward 7), Cleveland, Ohio.

    This Communication was received and filed.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/15/2022 6:40:16 PM UTC

  4. Filed

    Communication

    From Michael Shea, Director of Development, Tober Development Company. Notice of intent to apply to Ohio Housing Finance Agency for multifamily funding programs for the redevelopment of the Robert Fulton School at 3291 East 140th Street (Ward 1), Cleveland, Ohio.

    This Communication was received and filed.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/15/2022 6:40:23 PM UTC

  5. Filed

    Communication

    From Jonah Fay, Associate Developer, Pennrose, LLC. Notice of intent to apply to Ohio Housing Finance Agency for multifamily funding programs for the development known as Warner and Swasey II at 5701 Carnegie Avenue (Ward 5), Cleveland, Ohio.

    This Communication was received and filed.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/15/2022 6:40:29 PM UTC

  6. Filed

    Communication

    From Director Frank D. Williams, Department of Public Works, City of Cleveland. Notice of gift acceptance from The Cleveland Cavaliers of supplies and services for the Hoops After Dark program at various City Neighborhood Resource and Recreation Centers, value of $28,357.00.

    This Communication was received and filed.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/15/2022 6:40:41 PM UTC

  7. Filed

    Communication

    #2755361. Stock Transfer Application, D1 D2 D3 D3A D6. 58 Group, Inc., 5801 Detroit Ave. (Ward 15).

    This Communication was received and filed.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/15/2022 6:40:48 PM UTC

  8. Filed

    Communication

    #3253659. Transfer of Owner