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Finance, Diversity, Equity And Inclusion Committee
2.6.2023 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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    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE To amend Section 605.11 of the Codified Ordinances of Cleveland, Ohio, 1976, as enacted by Ordinance No. 167-13, passed April 15, 2013, relating to the penalty for evading the payment of fares of a public transportation system.

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    Updated 2.3.2023 5:58:32 PM UTC

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    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE To amend Section 8 of Ordinance No. 2247-02, passed December 16, 2002, relating to a Tax Increment Financing Agreement with Lower Euclid Avenue, LLC to authorize the use of excess TIF revenue funds for needed additional work to improve or maintain the Lower Euclid Avenue commercial or residential TIF District.

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    Updated 2.3.2023 5:58:32 PM UTC

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    Emergency Resolution

    AN EMERGENCY RESOLUTION Approving the adoption of the Countywide All Hazards Mitigation Plan for Cuyahoga County, 2022 Update.

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    Updated 2.3.2023 5:58:32 PM UTC

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    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Directing a portion of the City’s Coronavirus Local Fiscal Recovery Fund payment to respond to the public health emergency or its negative economic impacts through the redevelopment of vacant or abandoned property located within one or more Qualified Census Tracts, to be encumbered March 3, 2021, and ending December 31, 2024; authorizing the Director of Economic Development to apply and accept one or more grants from JobsOhio for the acquisition of brownfield sites located in and around the Opportunity Corridor needed for future redevelopment, and for services related to land assembly, site evaluation assessment, and remediation of those properties; authorizing the Director to employ one or more professional consultants to implement this ordinance and authorizing other contracts; and authorizing the Mayor and the Commissioner of Purchases and Supplies to acquire, accept, and record all real property and permanent and temporary easements needed for land assembly.

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    Updated 2.3.2023 5:58:32 PM UTC

  5. Agenda Ready

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Directing a portion of the City’s Coronavirus Local Fiscal Recovery Fund payment to respond to the public health emergency or its negative economic impacts through the support of a citywide program designed to assist City residents who want and are available for work, and to assist said City residents with accessing public benefits, and authorizing agreements with College Now Greater Cleveland, Inc., for same, for an amount not to exceed $300,000, to be encumbered March 3, 2021, and ending December 31, 2024.

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    Updated 2.3.2023 5:58:32 PM UTC

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    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Directing a portion of the City’s Coronavirus Local Fiscal Recovery Fund payment to respond to the public health emergency or its negative economic impacts by providing services to address educational disparities in disproportionately impacted communities, and authorizing the Director of Finance to enter into agreements with The Cleveland Foundation for same, in an amount not to exceed $3,746,000, to be encumbered March 3, 2021, and ending December 31, 2024.

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    Updated 2.3.2023 5:58:32 PM UTC

Development, Planning And Sustainability Committee
2.7.2023 9:30 AM ET
Agenda

In Addition To Discussion Of Legislation: Update On City-wide Property Survey Efforts; Annual Report On Right To Counsel Program. Attendees Should Observe Covid Protocols. The Meeting Will Be Live Broadcast. See Meeting Notice For More Details.

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    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE To supplement the Codified Ordinances of Cleveland, Ohio, 1976, by amending Sections 215.01 215.03, 215.04, 215.06, 215.07, 325.51, 325.72, 327.02, 337.02 and 337.251, as amended by various ordinances, related to transient residential buildings, lodging houses and limited lodging in residence districts.

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    Updated 2.3.2023 7:00:18 PM UTC

  2. Agenda Ready

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of City Planning to apply for and accept a grant from The Cleveland Foundation for the Arts, Culture and Creative Economy Grant Program; and authorizing the Director to employ one or more professional consultants to implement the grant.

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    Updated 2.3.2023 7:00:18 PM UTC

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    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of City Planning to apply for and accept a grant from the United States Department of Transportation for the 2022 Safe Streets and Roads for All Grant: Cleveland Vision Zero Priority Implementation; authorizing the Director of City Planning, or appropriate director, to employ one or more professional consultants and authorizing various written standard purchase and requirement contracts; determining the method of making the public improvement of constructing safety improvements; and authorizing the director to enter into one or more public improvement contracts for the making of the improvement.

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    Updated 2.3.2023 7:00:18 PM UTC

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    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of City Planning to apply for and accept a grant from the United States Department of Transportation for the Strengthening Mobility and Revolutionizing Transportation (SMART) Program; authorizing the director to employ one or more professional consultants to design, prototype, and evaluate a traffic signal system; authorizing various written standard purchase and requirement contracts; and authorizing the director to enter into one or more contracts with various agencies, entities, or individuals to implement the grant.

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    Updated 2.3.2023 7:00:18 PM UTC

Municipal Services And Properties Committee
2.6.2023 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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    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Capital Projects to issue a permit to the Cleveland Clinic to encroach into the public rights-of-way of East 89th Street and Carnegie Avenue by installing, using and maintaining tie backs and a shoring wall.

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    Updated 2.3.2023 9:52:35 PM UTC

  2. Agenda Ready

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Directors of Capital Projects, Public Safety and/or Public Works to enter into a Development and/or Purchase Agreement with TurnDev, or its designee, for the development and sale of real property and buildings located at 2530-2570 Superior Avenue as the new police headquarters; authorizing the Commissioner of Purchases and Supplies to acquire the property; authorizing other agreements to implement; authorizing the purchase of materials, equipment, services and supplies to equip the new facility and for moving services; authorizing consulting contracts; and authorizing the Directors to apply for and accept gifts or grants from various public or private entities to implement this ordinance.

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    Updated 2.3.2023 9:52:35 PM UTC

  3. Agenda Ready

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Giving consent of the City of Cleveland to the Director of Transportation of the State of Ohio to repair and paint the pier towers on the existing Lorain Avenue Bridge over Rocky River and Valley Parkway in the cities of Cleveland and Fairview Park; and authorizing agreements.

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    Updated 2.3.2023 9:52:35 PM UTC

  4. Agenda Ready

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Public Works to employ one or more professional consultants to assess, recommend, and procure property insurance for the City of Cleveland-owned stadium located at 100 Alfred Lerner Way, and other related services; for a period up to two years.

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    Updated 2.3.2023 9:52:35 PM UTC

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    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Public Works to enter into one or more Qualified Management Agreements with the Highland Park Golf Foundation, an Ohio non-profit corporation, for professional services to manage, operate, and improve the Highland Park Golf Course and surrounding landscape, for the Division of Recreation, Department of Public Works, for a period up to thirty years; and authorizing the Director to apply for and accept any gifts, grants, or services from any public or private entity.

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    Updated 2.3.2023 9:52:35 PM UTC

Workforce, Education, Training And Youth Development Committee
2.7.2023 1:30 PM ET
Agenda

Roundtable For Council Members With The Cleveland Metropolitan School District Ceo Search Team. Attendees Should Observe Covid Protocols. The Meeting Will Be Live Broadcast. See Meeting Notice For Details.

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    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Directing a portion of the City’s Coronavirus Local Fiscal Recovery Fund payment to respond to the public health emergency through the support and development of a comprehensive long-term violence prevention strategy in response to an increase in violence since the pandemic and that improves the public sector capacity and workforce, for an amount not to exceed $998,600, to be encumbered March 3, 2021, and ending December 31, 2024.

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    Updated 2.3.2023 9:51:19 PM UTC

Health, Human Services And The Arts Committee
2.9.2023 9:30 AM ET
Agenda

Update On Cleveland’s Lead Safe Initiatives. 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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Transportation And Mobility Committee
2.8.2023 10:00 AM ET
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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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    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Port Control to exercise the first option to renew Contract No. RCD2021-07 with ADB Safegates America LLC to provide equipment, parts, labor and required services needed to maintain the airfield lighting controls systems, for the Division of Airports, Department of Port Control.

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    Updated 2.3.2023 7:06:19 PM UTC

  2. Agenda Ready

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Port Control to exercise the second option to renew Contract No. PS2021-101 with Downtown Cleveland Alliance to maintain, manage, secure, and promote City-owned properties at the North Coast Harbor and to fulfill the Common Area Maintenance Agreement with the stakeholders of North Coast Harbor.

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    Updated 2.3.2023 7:06:19 PM UTC

  3. Agenda Ready

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Port Control to exercise the first option to renew Contract No. RC2021-21 with M-B Companies to provide automotive parts to repair vehicles, including labor, materials, and installation.

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    Updated 2.3.2023 7:06:19 PM UTC

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    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Port Control to exercise the second option to renew Contract No. PS2021-106 with O.R. Colan Associates, LLC to provide on-call appraisal services, to appraise real and/or personal property, rights of way, and/or easements and other interests in real property, for the Department of Port Control.

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    Updated 2.3.2023 7:06:19 PM UTC

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    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Port Control to exercise the second option to renew Contract No. PS2021-126 with The Osborn Engineering Company to provide professional services in the form of general planning, engineering, and design for the City’s downtown lakefront properties managed by the Department of Port Control.

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    Updated 2.3.2023 7:06:19 PM UTC

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    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Port Control to exercise the first option to renew Contract No. RC2021-23 with The Shelly Company to provide asphalt for runways, taxiways, ramps and roadways including labor and materials for repair and installation, for the various divisions of the Department of Port Control.

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    Updated 2.3.2023 7:06:19 PM UTC

  7. Agenda Ready

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Port Control to enter into a Lease Agreement with Fulton BHS CLOH I LLC for the use and occupancy of approximately 6,192 square feet of land, including 34 self-storage units located at 4949 and 4961 Old Grayton Road to operate a mini-storage facility and parking area for public use, for the Division of Airports, Department of Port Control, for a period of five years with one five-year option to renew, exercisable by the Director of Port Control.

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    Updated 2.3.2023 7:06:19 PM UTC

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    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE To supplement the Codified Ordinances of Cleveland, Ohio, 1976, by enacting new Section 139.17 relating to customer facility charge for on-airport car rental companies.

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    Updated 2.3.2023 7:06:19 PM UTC

Zoning-development, Planning And Sustainability Committee
2.7.2023 9:30 AM ET
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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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City Council
2.6.2023 7:00 PM ET
Agenda

Tentative 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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City Council
1.30.2023 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 Griffin. Designating, without objection of Cleveland City Council, Allan Dreyer to serve as Clerk of Council Pro Tempore for the purposes of the Clerk’s signature on January 26-27, 2023.

    This Communication was received and filed.

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    Updated 1.31.2023 4:54:23 PM UTC

  2. Filed

    Ceremonial Resolution

    Condolence Resolution for Clair Naylor

    This Ceremonial Resolution was read into the record.

    Updated 1.31.2023 4:54:44 PM UTC

  3. Filed

    Ceremonial Resolution

    Condolence Resolution for Dorothy Marie Penny

    This Ceremonial Resolution was read into the record.

    Updated 1.31.2023 4:54:52 PM UTC

  4. Filed

    Ceremonial Resolution

    Condolence Resolution for Banfi Ludwig

    This Ceremonial Resolution was read into the record.

    Updated 1.31.2023 4:54:59 PM UTC

  5. Filed

    Ceremonial Resolution

    Condolence Resolution for Katie Dixon

    This Ceremonial Resolution was read into the record.

    Updated 1.31.2023 4:55:07 PM UTC

  6. Filed

    Ceremonial Resolution

    Condolence Resolution for Elizabeth Johnson

    This Ceremonial Resolution was read into the record.

    Updated 1.31.2023 4:55:16 PM UTC

  7. Filed

    Ceremonial Resolution

    Condolence Resolution for Bobby "Frank" Shelton

    This Ceremonial Resolution was read into the record.

    Updated 1.31.2023 4:55:23 PM UTC

  8. Filed

    Ceremonial Resolution

    Condolence Resolution for Ronald E. Taylor

    This Ceremonial Resolution was read into the record.

    Updated 1.31.2023 4:55:39 PM UTC

  9. Filed

    Ceremonial Resolution

    Condolence Resolution for Dr. Henry Yarboro

    This Ceremonial Resolution was read into the record.

    Updated 1.31.2023 4:55:48 PM UTC

  10. Filed

    Ceremonial Resolution

    Condolence Resolution for Charles Conway, III

    This Ceremonial Resolution was read into the record.

    Updated 1.31.2023 4:55:55 PM UTC

  11. Filed

    Ceremonial Resolution

    Condolence Resolution for Vivian Bryson

    This Ceremonial Resolution was read into the record.

    Updated 1.31.2023 4:56:02 PM UTC

  12. Filed

    Ceremonial Resolution

    Condolence Resolution for Joanne Reichel

    This Ceremonial Resolution was read into the record.

    Updated 1.31.2023 4:56:10 PM UTC

  13. Filed

    Ceremonial Resolution

    Condolence Resolution for Antonio (Toño) Ramos

    This Ceremonial Resolution was read into the record.

    Updated 1.31.2023 4:56:16 PM UTC

  14. Filed

    Ceremonial Resolution

    Condolence Resolution for Jayden Baez, Angelic Gonzalez, Miguel Gonzalez, Anthony “Tony” Booth

    This Ceremonial Resolution was read into the record.

    Updated 1.31.2023 4:56:26 PM UTC

  15. Filed

    Ceremonial Resolution

    Recognition Resolution for Eric S. Gordon

    This Ceremonial Resolution was read into the record.

    Updated 1.31.2023 4:58:07 PM UTC

  16. Filed

    Ceremonial Resolution

    Congratulations Resolution for Soup for the Soul

    This Ceremonial Resolution was read into the record.

    Updated 1.31.2023 4:57:02 PM UTC

  17. Filed

    Ceremonial Resolution

    Congratulations Resolution for Akbar Tyler

    This Ceremonial Resolution was read into the record.

    Updated 1.31.2023 4:57:10 PM UTC

  18. Filed

    Ceremonial Resolution

    Congratulations Resolution for OCA Lunar New Year

    This Ceremonial Resolution was read into the record.

    Updated 1.31.2023 4:57:17 PM UTC

  19. Filed

    Ceremonial Resolution

    Congratulations Resolution for Gloria Price

    This Ceremonial Resolution was read into the record.

    Updated 1.31.2023 4:57:24 PM UTC

  20. Filed

    Ceremonial Resolution

    Congratulations Resolution for Michael Coyne

    This Ceremonial Resolution was read into the record.

    Updated 1.31.2023 4:57:31 PM UTC

  21. Filed

    Ceremonial Resolution

    Congratulations Resolution for Bridget Conway

    This Ceremonial Resolution was read into the record.

    Updated 1.31.2023 4:57:37 PM UTC

  22. Filed

    Ceremonial Resolution

    Congratulations Resolution for Maureen Cavanaugh

    This Ceremonial Resolution was read into the record.

    Updated 1.31.2023 4:57:43 PM UTC

  23. Filed

    Ceremonial Resolution

    Congratulations Resolution for Kevin McConough

    This Ceremonial Resolution was read into the record.

    Updated 1.31.2023 4:57:48 PM UTC

  24. Filed

    Ceremonial Resolution

    Congratulations Resolution for John C. Myers

    This Ceremonial Resolution was read into the record.

    Updated 1.31.2023 4:57:54 PM UTC

  25. Filed

    Ceremonial Resolution

    Recognition Resolution for Dr. Anthony Yen (Yan Yuan Tai)

    This Ceremonial Resolution was read into the record.

    Updated 1.31.2023 4:58:00 PM UTC

  26. Filed

    Ceremonial Resolution

    Welcome Resolution for Mr. Li Shipeng, Deputy Consul General of the People’s Republic of China in New York

    This Ceremonial Resolution was read into the record.

    Updated 1.31.2023 4:58:15 PM UTC

  27. Administrative Review

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE To amend the Title and Sections 1 and 2 of Ordinance No. 869-13, passed July 10, 2013, relating to expending Casino Revenue Funds.

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

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    Updated 1.31.2023 4:59:30 PM UTC

  28. Administrative Review

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Port Control to enter into an amendment to Contract No. PS2019-051 with EnviroScience, Inc. to provide additional environmental analytical services for a period not to exceed twelve months, for the Department of Port Control.

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

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    Updated 1.31.2023 4:59:42 PM UTC

  29. Administrative Review

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Community Development to apply for and accept grants from the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development for PY2023 under the Title I of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974, for the 2023 Federal HOME Investment Partnerships Act Program, Emergency Solutions Grant Program, and the Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS Program; and authorizing contracts and other expenditures.

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

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    Updated 1.31.2023 4:59:49 PM UTC

  30. Administrative Review

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Port Control to exercise the first option to renew Contract No. RC2021-57 with Mr. Excavator Inc. to provide the necessary items of fencing, gates and guardrails, including labor and materials for the repair and maintenance of gates, fencing, guardrails and other related items, including installation, if necessary, for the various divisions of the Department of Port Control.

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

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    Updated 1.31.2023 4:59:56 PM UTC

  31. Administrative Review

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Port Control to enter into a Lease Agreement with Southwest Airlines Co. to lease cargo space at Building #216 at the South Cargo Facility of Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, for the Department of Port Control, for a period of two years, with three one-year options to renew, exercisable by the Director of Port Control.

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

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    Updated 1.31.2023 5:00:02 PM UTC

  32. Administrative Review

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Port Control to enter into a Lease Agreement with Worldwide Flight Services, Inc. for the lease of space in the South Cargo Facility Building No. 216 at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport for operation of an air cargo facility, for the Department of Port Control, for a period of two years, with three one-year options to renew, exercisable by the Director of Port Control.

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

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    Updated 1.31.2023 5:00:12 PM UTC

  33. Administrative Review

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Port Control to employ one or more professional consultants or computer vendors to provide subscription-based or licensed-based computer software for an aviation-related enterprise Learning Management System Suite and related services, for a period of one year, with three one-year options to renew, exercisable by the Director of Port Control.

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

    Attachments

    Updated 1.31.2023 5:00:23 PM UTC

  34. Administrative Review

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Directing a portion of the City’s Coronavirus Local Fiscal Recovery Fund payment to respond to the public health emergency or its negative economic impacts by improving effective delivery of government services with respect to the digital scanning, indexing and other related services of the Bureau of Fire Prevention’s occupancy/incident reports, and authorizing the one or more requirement contracts for such scanning, to be encumbered March 3, 2021, and ending December 31, 2024.

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

    Attachments

    Updated 1.31.2023 5:00:32 PM UTC

  35. Passed

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Amending Sections 1 and 2 of Ordinance No. 341-2023, passed June 7, 2021, as it pertains to authorizing the Director of the Department of Community Development to enter into an agreement with Westown Community Development Corporation for the Fifty-Fifty Home Repair Program to provide home repair assistance to Cleveland residents through the use of Ward 11 Neighborhood Equity Funds.

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

    Attachments

    Updated 1.31.2023 5:01:07 PM UTC

  36. Passed

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of the Department of Aging to enter into an agreement with Famicos Foundation for the Senior Lawn Care Program through the use of Ward 7 Casino Revenue Funds.

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

    Attachments

    Updated 1.31.2023 5:01:34 PM UTC

  37. Passed

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of the Department of Aging to enter into an agreement with Famicos Foundation for the Senior Lawn Care Program through the use of Ward 1 Casino Revenue Funds.

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

    Attachments

    Updated 1.31.2023 5:02:10 PM UTC

  38. Passed

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Approving the collective bargaining agreement with the Cleveland Building and Construction Trades Council.

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

    Attachments

    Updated 1.31.2023 5:02:32 PM UTC

  39. Passed

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Approving the collective bargaining agreement with the Machinists District 54, Local No. 439; and to amend Section 17 of Ordinance No. 194-2021, passed March 29, 2021, as amended, relating to compensation for various classifications.

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

    Attachments

    Updated 1.31.2023 5:03:03 PM UTC

  40. Passed

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Consenting and approving the issuance of a permit for the Cleveland Cocoa Run, February 11, 2023, managed by Hermes Sports & Events.

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

    Attachments

    Updated 1.31.2023 5:03:26 PM UTC

  41. Passed

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Consenting and approving the issuance of a permit for the annual Transplant House 5K, June 11, 2023, managed by Hermes Sports & Events.

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

    Attachments

    Updated 1.31.2023 5:03:49 PM UTC

  42. Administrative Review

    Ordinance

    AN ORDINANCE Changing the Use, Area & Height Districts of parcels of land along East 66th Street between Linwood Avenue and Zoeter Avenue. (MC 2665)

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

    Attachments

    Updated 1.31.2023 4:59:22 PM UTC

  43. Passed

    Emergency Resolution

    AN EMERGENCY RESOLUTION Withdrawing objection to the transfer of ownership of a C2 and C2X Liquor Permit at 2424 Denison Avenue, and repealing Resolution No. 46-2023 objecting to said permit.

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

    Attachments

    Updated 1.31.2023 5:04:18 PM UTC

  44. Passed

    Emergency Resolution

    AN EMERGENCY RESOLUTION Withdrawing objection to the transfer of location of a C2 and C2X Liquor Permit at 772 East 185th Street and repealing Resolution No. 329-2022, objecting to said transfer.

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

    Attachments

    Updated 1.31.2023 5:04:37 PM UTC

  45. Passed

    Emergency Resolution

    AN EMERGENCY RESOLUTION Withdrawing objection to a New C1 Liquor Permit at 552 East 152nd Street, and repealing Resolution No. 458-2022, objecting to said permit.

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

    Attachments

    Updated 1.31.2023 5:05:01 PM UTC

  46. Passed

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Port Control to enter into an amendment to Contract No. PS2018-059 with Recess Creative, LLC to provide additional marketing, promotional, public relations, advertising and creative services to promote Cleveland Hopkins International and Burke Lakefront Airports, for a period not to exceed six months, on a month-to-month basis.

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

    Attachments

    Updated 1.31.2023 5:05:44 PM UTC

  47. 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 Ohio Office of Criminal Justice Services for the Court’s Pretrial Services Program; and to enter into various written standard purchase and requirement contracts to implement the grant.

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

    Attachments

    Updated 1.31.2023 5:06:07 PM UTC

  48. Passed

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Finance to enter into an agreement with College Now Greater Cleveland, Inc., as fiscal agent to Say Yes Cleveland, for family support specialist services for students attending to the Cleveland Metropolitan School District and its partner schools in Cleveland, for a period of approximately four months.

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

    Attachments

    Updated 1.31.2023 5:06:32 PM UTC

  49. Passed

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Directing a portion of the City’s Coronavirus Local Fiscal Recovery Fund payment to respond to the public health emergency or its negative economic impacts through the support of a citywide program designed to assist City residents who want and are available for work, and authorizing agreements with Ohio Means Jobs Cleveland-Cuyahoga County for same, for an amount not to exceed $10,000,000, to be encumbered March 3, 2021, and ending December 31, 2024.

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

    Attachments

    Updated 1.31.2023 5:06:53 PM UTC

  50. Passed

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Directing a portion of the City’s Coronavirus Local Fiscal Recovery Fund payment to respond to the public health emergency or its negative economic impacts by improving the public sector capacity and workforce with respect to building an IT platform to track and report on data in the City’s 311 system and to make necessary investments in broadband infrastructure to strengthen City cybersecurity, to the extent necessary; and authorizing the Director of Finance to enter into one or more agreements for such improvements, to be encumbered March 3, 2021, and ending December 31, 2024.

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

    Attachments

    Updated 1.31.2023 5:07:12 PM UTC

  51. Passed

    Emergency Resolution

    AN EMERGENCY RESOLUTION Strongly recommending that the administration adopt a strict policy prohibiting City employees from using any Chinese-owned social media platforms on City-issued devices.

    A motion was made by Council Member Kelly, seconded by Council Member Gray, that this Emergency Resolution be adopted as amended. The motion carried by the following vote:

    Attachments

    Updated 1.31.2023 5:07:55 PM UTC

  52. Filed

    Ceremonial Resolution

    Condolence Resolution for John Adams

    This Ceremonial Resolution was read into the record.

    Updated 1.31.2023 4:56:46 PM UTC

  53. Filed

    Ceremonial Resolution

    Condolence Resolution for Mark Gillespie

    This Ceremonial Resolution was read into the record.

    Updated 1.31.2023 4:56:38 PM UTC

  54. Filed

    Ceremonial Resolution

    Condolence Resolution for Tyre Nichols

    This Ceremonial Resolution was read into the record.

    Updated 1.31.2023 4:56:32 PM UTC

Development, Planning And Sustainability Committee
1.31.2023 9:30 AM ET
Agenda

In Addition To Discussion Of Legislation Listed, Update On Changes To Cdbg Programs. 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 To amend Section 8 of Ordinance No. 2247-02, passed December 16, 2002, relating to a Tax Increment Financing Agreement with Lower Euclid Avenue, LLC to authorize the use of excess TIF revenue funds for needed additional work to improve or maintain the Lower Euclid Avenue commercial or residential TIF District.

    Attachments

    Updated 1.27.2023 9:48:42 PM UTC

  2. Agenda Ready

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Directing a portion of the City’s Coronavirus Local Fiscal Recovery Fund payment to respond to the public health emergency or its negative economic impacts through the redevelopment of vacant or abandoned property located within one or more Qualified Census Tracts, to be encumbered March 3, 2021, and ending December 31, 2024; authorizing the Director of Economic Development to apply and accept one or more grants from JobsOhio for the acquisition of brownfield sites located in and around the Opportunity Corridor needed for future redevelopment, and for services related to land assembly, site evaluation assessment, and remediation of those properties; authorizing the Director to employ one or more professional consultants to implement this ordinance and authorizing other contracts; and authorizing the Mayor and the Commissioner of Purchases and Supplies to acquire, accept, and record all real property and permanent and temporary easements needed for land assembly.

    Attachments

    Updated 1.30.2023 7:29:37 PM UTC

Health, Human Services And The Arts Committee
1.30.2023 9:30 AM ET
Agenda

Update On City's Efforts To Combat Lead Hazards. 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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Safety Committee
2.1.2023 10:00 AM ET
Agenda

In Addition To A Discussion Of Legislation Listed, There Will Be An Update On City's Community Relations Board Efforts. Attendees Should Observe Covid Protocols. The Meeting Will Be Live Broadcast. See Meeting Notice For More Details.

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  1. Agenda Ready

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE To amend Section 605.11 of the Codified Ordinances of Cleveland, Ohio, 1976, as enacted by Ordinance No. 167-13, passed April 15, 2013, relating to the penalty for evading the payment of fares of a public transportation system.

    Attachments

    Updated 1.27.2023 9:43:54 PM UTC

  2. Agenda Ready

    Emergency Resolution

    AN EMERGENCY RESOLUTION Approving the adoption of the Countywide All Hazards Mitigation Plan for Cuyahoga County, 2022 Update.

    Attachments

    Updated 1.27.2023 9:44:13 PM UTC

Finance, Diversity, Equity And Inclusion Committee
1.30.2023 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 Director of Port Control to enter into an amendment to Contract No. PS2018-059 with Recess Creative, LLC to provide additional marketing, promotional, public relations, advertising and creative services to promote Cleveland Hopkins International and Burke Lakefront Airports, for a period not to exceed six months, on a month-to-month basis.

    Attachments

    Updated 1.27.2023 9:51:08 PM UTC

  2. 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 Ohio Office of Criminal Justice Services for the Court’s Pretrial Services Program; and to enter into various written standard purchase and requirement contracts to implement the grant.

    Attachments

    Updated 1.27.2023 9:51:08 PM UTC

  3. Passed

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Finance to enter into an agreement with College Now Greater Cleveland, Inc., as fiscal agent to Say Yes Cleveland, for family support specialist services for students attending to the Cleveland Metropolitan School District and its partner schools in Cleveland, for a period of approximately four months.

    Attachments

    Updated 1.27.2023 9:51:08 PM UTC

  4. Passed

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Directing a portion of the City’s Coronavirus Local Fiscal Recovery Fund payment to respond to the public health emergency or its negative economic impacts through the support of a citywide program designed to assist City residents who want and are available for work, and authorizing agreements with Ohio Means Jobs Cleveland-Cuyahoga County for same, for an amount not to exceed $10,000,000, to be encumbered March 3, 2021, and ending December 31, 2024.

    Attachments

    Updated 1.27.2023 9:51:08 PM UTC

  5. Passed

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Directing a portion of the City’s Coronavirus Local Fiscal Recovery Fund payment to respond to the public health emergency or its negative economic impacts by improving the public sector capacity and workforce with respect to building an IT platform to track and report on data in the City’s 311 system and to make necessary investments in broadband infrastructure to strengthen City cybersecurity, to the extent necessary; and authorizing the Director of Finance to enter into one or more agreements for such improvements, to be encumbered March 3, 2021, and ending December 31, 2024.

    Attachments

    Updated 1.27.2023 9:51:08 PM UTC

  6. Agenda Ready

    Item

    Finance, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee Meeting Notice for January 30, 2023

    Updated 1.27.2023 9:51:08 PM UTC

Workforce, Education, Training And Youth Development Committee
1.31.2023 1:30 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

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Directing a portion of the City’s Coronavirus Local Fiscal Recovery Fund payment to respond to the public health emergency or its negative economic impacts through the support of a citywide program designed to assist City residents who want and are available for work, and to assist said City residents with accessing public benefits, and authorizing agreements with College Now Greater Cleveland, Inc., for same, for an amount not to exceed $300,000, to be encumbered March 3, 2021, and ending December 31, 2024.

    Attachments

    Updated 1.27.2023 9:47:47 PM UTC

  2. Agenda Ready

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Directing a portion of the City’s Coronavirus Local Fiscal Recovery Fund payment to respond to the public health emergency or its negative economic impacts by providing services to address educational disparities in disproportionately impacted communities, and authorizing the Director of Finance to enter into agreements with The Cleveland Foundation for same, in an amount not to exceed $3,746,000, to be encumbered March 3, 2021, and ending December 31, 2024.

    Attachments

    Updated 1.27.2023 9:47:47 PM UTC

City Council
1.23.2023 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

    City of Cleveland, Ohio, Shared Mobility Device And Bicycle Vendor Rules And Regulations (effective January 27, 2023); pursuant to Section 517.04 of the Codified Ordinances of Cleveland, Ohio, 1976, printed in The City Record of January 20, 2023.

    This Communication was received and filed.

    Attachments

    Updated 1.24.2023 5:00:33 PM UTC

  2. Filed

    Communication

    From Council President Blaine Griffin. Designating, without objection of Cleveland City Council, Allan Dreyer to serve as Clerk of Council Pro Tempore for the purposes of the Clerk’s signature on January 20, 2023.

    This Communication was received and filed.

    Attachments

    Updated 1.24.2023 5:00:39 PM UTC

  3. 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 1.24.2023 5:00:46 PM UTC

  4. Filed

    Communication

    From Director Mark Griffin, Department of Law, City of Cleveland. Notice of grant acceptance of a $10,000 DollarWise Innovation Grant from the United States Conference of Mayors for support of the city’s expenses associated with expungement and sealing of minor misdemeanor convictions.

    This Communication was received and filed.

    Attachments

    Updated 1.24.2023 5:00:54 PM UTC

  5. Filed

    Communication

    #2397928. Transfer of Ownership Application, D5A D6. East9th Totan LLC, 1460 East 9th St. (Ward 3).

    This Communication was received and filed.

    Attachments

    Updated 1.24.2023 5:00:59 PM UTC

  6. Filed

    Communication

    #2397928. New License Application, D5A D6. East9th Titan LLC, 1460 East 9th St. (Ward 3).

    This Communication was received and filed.

    Attachments

    Updated 1.24.2023 5:01:08 PM UTC

  7. Filed

    Communication

    #8780643. Economic Development Transfer Application, D5. Tailgate Bar & Grille LLC, 1938 Euclid Ave. (Ward 5).

    This Communication was received and filed.

    Attachments

    Updated 1.24.2023 5:01:16 PM UTC

  8. Filed

    Communication

    #9159767. Transfer of Ownership Application, C1 C2 D6. United Food and Gas LLC, 14510 Kinsman Ave. (Ward 2).

    This Communication was received and filed.

    Attachments

    Updated 1.24.2023 5:01:23 PM UTC

  9. Filed

    Communication

    #08581140010. New License Application, D5J. Bottles on 25th LLC, 5428 Detroit Ave. (Ward 15).

    This Communication was received and filed.

    Attachments

    Updated 1.24.2023 5:01:29 PM UTC

  10. Filed

    Ceremonial Resolution

    Condolence Resolution for William Schwark

    This Ceremonial Resolution was read into the record.

    Updated 1.24.2023 5:01:56 PM UTC

  11. Agenda Ready

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of City Planning to apply for and accept a grant from the United States Department of Transportation for the 2022 Safe Streets and Roads for All Grant: Cleveland Vision Zero Priority Implementation; authorizing the Director of City Planning, or appropriate director, to employ one or more professional consultants and authorizing various written standard purchase and requirement contracts; determining the method of making the public improvement of constructing safety improvements; and authorizing the director to enter into one or more public improvement contracts for the making of the improvement.

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

    Attachments

    Updated 1.24.2023 5:02:22 PM UTC

  12. Agenda Ready

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of City Planning to apply for and accept a grant from the United States Department of Transportation for the Strengthening Mobility and Revolutionizing Transportation (SMART) Program; authorizing the director to employ one or more professional consultants to design, prototype, and evaluate a traffic signal system; authorizing various written standard purchase and requirement contracts; and authorizing the director to enter into one or more contracts with various agencies, entities, or individuals to implement the grant.

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

    Attachments

    Updated 1.24.2023 5:02:29 PM UTC

  13. Agenda Ready

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE To supplement the Codified Ordinances of Cleveland, Ohio, 1976, by enacting new Section 139.17 relating to customer facility charge for on-airport car rental companies.

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

    Attachments

    Updated 1.24.2023 5:02:36 PM UTC

  14. Agenda Ready

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Giving consent of the City of Cleveland to the Director of Transportation of the State of Ohio to repair and paint the pier towers on the existing Lorain Avenue Bridge over Rocky River and Valley Parkway in the cities of Cleveland and Fairview Park; and authorizing agreements.

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

    Attachments

    Updated 1.24.2023 5:02:43 PM UTC

  15. Agenda Ready

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Public Works to employ one or more professional consultants to assess, recommend, and procure property insurance for the City of Cleveland-owned stadium located at 100 Alfred Lerner Way, and other related services; for a period up to two years.

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

    Attachments

    Updated 1.24.2023 5:02:50 PM UTC

  16. Agenda Ready

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Public Works to enter into one or more Qualified Management Agreements with the Highland Park Golf Foundation, an Ohio non-profit corporation, for professional services to manage, operate, and improve the Highland Park Golf Course and surrounding landscape, for the Division of Recreation, Department of Public Works, for a period up to thirty years; and authorizing the Director to apply for and accept any gifts, grants, or services from any public or private entity.

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

    Attachments

    Updated 1.24.2023 5:03:03 PM UTC

  17. Administrative Review

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Directing a portion of the City’s Coronavirus Local Fiscal Recovery Fund payment to respond to the public health emergency or its negative economic impacts by providing medical debt forgiveness to qualifying City of Cleveland residents in an amount $1,900,000, to be encumbered March 3, 2021, and ending December 31, 2024.

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

    Attachments

    Updated 1.24.2023 5:03:15 PM UTC

  18. Passed

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Clerk of Council to enter into an Agreement with Guy Gadomski for various professional financial consulting and auditing services for Cleveland City Council

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

    Attachments

    Updated 1.24.2023 5:04:12 PM UTC

  19. Passed

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Consenting and approving the issuance of a permit for The 5th Annual Cleveland Kurentovanje Kurent Dash, February 18, 2023, managed by Hermes Sports & Events.

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

    Attachments

    Updated 1.24.2023 5:04:30 PM UTC

  20. Passed

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Consenting and approving the issuance of a permit for The Hermes Chili Bowl Classic on February 25, 2023, managed by Hermes Sports & Events.

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

    Attachments

    Updated 1.24.2023 5:04:48 PM UTC

  21. Passed

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Consenting and approving the issuance of a permit for The Ohio City Run on July 1, 2023, managed by Hermes Sports & Events in conjunction with Market Garden Brewery.

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

    Attachments

    Updated 1.24.2023 5:05:05 PM UTC

  22. 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 Howse, seconded by Council Member Slife, that this Emergency Ordinance be approved. The motion carried by the following vote:

    Attachments

    Updated 1.24.2023 5:05:35 PM UTC

  23. Agenda Ready

    Ordinance

    AN ORDINANCE Changing the Use, Area, and Height Districts of parcels of land east of East 55th Street between Hawthorne Avenue and Central Avenue (MC 2663).

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

    Attachments

    Updated 1.24.2023 5:03:22 PM UTC

  24. Administrative Review

    Ordinance

    AN ORDINANCE Changing the Use, Area, and Height Districts of parcels of land north and south of Lorain Avenue between West 150th Street and the Norfolk Southern Railroad and extending the Pedestrian Retail and Urban Form Overlay Districts (Map Change 2630).

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

    Attachments

    Updated 1.24.2023 5:03:29 PM UTC

  25. Agenda Ready

    Ordinance

    AN ORDINANCE Changing the Use, Area, and Height Districts of parcels of land south of Superior Ave between East 111th Street and East 112th Street (MC 2662).

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

    Attachments

    Updated 1.24.2023 5:03:37 PM UTC

  26. Passed

    Emergency Resolution

    AN EMERGENCY RESOLUTION Strongly recommending that the administration adopt a strict policy prohibiting City employees from using any Chinese-owned social media platforms on City-issued devices.

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

    Attachments

    Updated 1.24.2023 5:03:44 PM UTC

  27. Passed

    Emergency Resolution

    AN EMERGENCY RESOLUTION Objecting to a New C1 Liquor Permit at 3879 East 123rd Street.

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

    Attachments

    Updated 1.24.2023 5:05:54 PM UTC

  28. Passed

    Emergency Resolution

    AN EMERGENCY RESOLUTION Objecting to the transfer of ownership of a C2 and C2X Liquor Permit to 3022 West 25th Street.

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

    Attachments

    Updated 1.24.2023 5:06:13 PM UTC

  29. Passed

    Emergency Resolution

    AN EMERGENCY RESOLUTION Withdrawing objection to the transfer of location of a C1 and C2 Liquor Permit at 3609 Community College and repealing Resolution No. 781-2022, objecting to said transfer.

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

    Attachments

    Updated 1.24.2023 5:06:34 PM UTC

  30. Passed

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE To terminate any Tax Increment Financing Agreement entered into under Ordinance No. 867-2000, passed June 19, 2000, on Superior Avenue between East 17th Street and East 30th Street with various property owners as they relate to certain parcels only; to amend Sections 1 and 2 of Ordinance No. 556-2021, passed August 18, 2021, relating to a Tax Increment Financing Agreement with CC Superior Holding LLC, or designee, for property located between Payne and Superior Avenue and East 21st Street and East 22nd Street to reflect the consolidation of certain parcels; and to supplement Ordinance No. 556-2021, by adding new Section 1a.

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

    Attachments

    Updated 1.24.2023 5:11:06 PM UTC

  31. Passed

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Capital Projects to apply to the District One Public Works Integrating Committee for state funding for constructing the Superior Midway separated bikeway from Public Square East Roadway to East 55th Street; giving consent of the City of Cleveland to the Director of Transportation for the improvement; to apply for and accept any gifts or grants for this purpose from any public or private entity; authorizing professional services, agreements with public and private entities, and any relative agreements; authorizing the Commissioner of Purchases and Supplies to acquire, accept, and record for right-of-way purposes any real property and easements necessary to make the improvement; and causing payment to ODOT of the City’s share of the improvement.

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

    Attachments

    Updated 1.24.2023 5:11:27 PM UTC

  32. Passed

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Capital Projects to apply for and accept funding for the rehabilitation of Lorain Avenue from West 65th Street to West 20th Street; authorizing the Director of Capital Projects to enter into one or more professional services contracts for the design; authorize other agreements; and authorizing the Commissioner of Purchases and Supplies to acquire, accept and record real property and easements.

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

    Attachments

    Updated 1.24.2023 5:11:50 PM UTC

  33. Passed

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Building and Housing to employ one or more professional consultants to analyze and make process recommendations on the operation of the Division of Construction Permitting, Department of Building and Housing.

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

    Attachments

    Updated 1.24.2023 5:09:59 PM UTC

  34. Passed

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Commissioner of Purchases and Supplies to sell certain City-owned property no longer needed for the City’s public use located on West 22nd Street to 1869 W 22nd, LLC for purposes of residential redevelopment.

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

    Attachments

    Updated 1.24.2023 5:10:47 PM UTC

  35. Passed

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Mayor and the Commissioner of Purchases and Supplies to acquire and re-convey properties presently owned by CCA CBD Cleveland, LLC, and/or its designee, located at 776 Euclid Avenue for the purpose of entering into the chain-of-title prior to the adoption of tax increment financing legislation authorized under Section 5709.41 of the Revised Code for the City Club Apartment Project.

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

    Attachments

    Updated 1.24.2023 5:10:27 PM UTC

  36. Passed

    Ordinance

    AN ORDINANCE Changing the Use, Area, and Height Districts of parcels of land east of West 25th Street on the easterly side of West 20th Street between Nickel Plate Road and Moltke Court and adding zero foot specific mapped setback on the east side of West 20th Street and the north side of Moltke Court (Map Change 2659).

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

    Attachments

    Updated 1.24.2023 5:07:01 PM UTC

  37. Passed

    Ordinance

    AN ORDINANCE Changing the Use, Area and Height Districts of parcels of land south of Lorain Avenue along West 44th Street between Lorain Court and Orchard Avenue and add a zero (0) foot Mapped Specific Setback along the easterly side of West 44th Street between Lorain Court and Orchard Avenue (Map Change 2658).

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

    Attachments

    Updated 1.24.2023 5:07:20 PM UTC

  38. Passed

    Emergency Resolution

    AN EMERGENCY RESOLUTION Declaring the intent to vacate a portion of the Detroit Superior Viaduct.

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

    Attachments

    Updated 1.24.2023 5:07:41 PM UTC

📝   41 new matters since 7 days ago

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  1. Liquor Control

    Communication

    #4189310. Economic Development Transfer Application, D5 D6. J D Entertainment LLC, 3610 Superior Ave. (Ward 7).

    Attachments

    Updated 2.3.2023 11:16:03 PM UTC

  2. Liquor Control

    Communication

    #1000588. Transfer of Ownership Application, C1 C2. Aarati Convenient LLC, 4051 West 140th St. (Ward 16).

    Attachments

    Updated 2.3.2023 11:15:51 PM UTC

  3. Liquor Control

    Communication

    #1516615. Economic Development Transfer Application, D1 D2 D3 D3A D6. Classic Cuisine Catering LLC, 16615 Harvard Ave. (Ward 1).

    Attachments

    Updated 2.3.2023 11:15:37 PM UTC

  4. Liquor Control

    Communication

    #942800. New License Application, D3. Ella Ruths Place, 647 East 140th St. (Ward 8).

    Attachments

    Updated 2.3.2023 11:15:08 PM UTC

  5. Agenda Ready

    Communication

    From Julie Collier, Vice President of Development, Flaherty & Collins Properties. Notice of intent to apply to Ohio Housing Finance Agency for multifamily funding programs for the development known as The Depot on Detroit, on Detroit Avenue near West Boulevard (Ward 15), Cleveland, Ohio.

    Attachments

    Updated 2.3.2023 11:14:52 PM UTC

  6. To be Passed/Adopted

    Ceremonial Resolution

    Congratulations Resolution for Braeden Green

    Updated 2.3.2023 10:57:41 PM UTC

  7. To be Passed/Adopted

    Ceremonial Resolution

    Congratulations Resolution for Second Calvary Baptist Church

    Updated 2.3.2023 10:56:58 PM UTC

  8. To be Passed/Adopted

    Ceremonial Resolution

    Congratulations Resolution for Rev. Pamela M. Pinkney Butts

    Updated 2.3.2023 10:56:10 PM UTC

  9. To be Passed/Adopted

    Ceremonial Resolution

    Congratulations Resolution for Robert L. Hubbard

    Updated 2.3.2023 10:55:12 PM UTC

  10. Agenda Ready

    Ceremonial Resolution

    Condolence Resolution for Jack Lee Love

    Updated 2.3.2023 10:53:53 PM UTC

  11. Agenda Ready

    Ceremonial Resolution

    Condolence Resolution for Elaine Sanders

    Updated 2.3.2023 10:53:17 PM UTC

  12. Agenda Ready

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of the Community Relations Board to enter into a contract with Cleveland Peacemakers Alliance, Inc. for professional services necessary to develop and implement community-based, court-based, hospital-based and evidence-based trauma-informed youth and young adult violence intervention and prevention programs and strategies, for a period of one year with two one-year options to renew, exercisable by the Director of the Community Relations Board.

    Attachments

    Updated 2.3.2023 10:22:12 PM UTC

  13. First Reading

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Economic Development to enter into a Tax Increment Financing Agreement with 1900 East 6th Street, LLC, and/or its designee, to assist with the financing of the Fidelity Hotel Project to be located at 1900 East 6th Street; 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 2.3.2023 10:21:50 PM UTC

  14. First Reading

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE To make appropriations and provide current expenses for the daily operation of all municipal departments of the City of Cleveland for the fiscal year from January 1, 2023 until December 31, 2023.

    Attachments

    Updated 2.3.2023 10:19:59 PM UTC

  15. First Reading

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Public Works to apply for and accept a grant from the National Park Service, or its designee, for the purpose of developing a new City park to be located near the Clark Recreation Center; and to apply for and accept additional grants and gifts for the new park.

    Attachments

    Updated 2.3.2023 10:17:49 PM UTC

  16. Agenda Ready

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Community Development to lease the Five Pointe Building, also known as the Collinwood Community Center, located at 813 East 152nd Street to the Famicos Foundation to operate and provide a range of social services and to maintain the Five Pointe Building, for a period of one year.

    Attachments

    Updated 2.3.2023 7:59:03 PM UTC

  17. Agenda Ready

    Emergency Resolution

    AN EMERGENCY RESOLUTION Withdrawing objection to the transfer of location of a D2, D2X, D3 and D3A Liquor Permit at 6400-02 St. Clair Avenue, 1st floor and basement and repealing Resolution No. 330-2022, objecting to said permit.

    Attachments

    Updated 2.3.2023 7:31:14 PM UTC

  18. First Reading

    Emergency Resolution

    AN EMERGENCY RESOLUTION Supporting Medicare for All and urging the U.S. Congress to enact emergency legislation to provide universal, comprehensive healthcare with zero cost-sharing for patients.

    Attachments

    Updated 2.3.2023 7:30:47 PM UTC

  19. First Reading

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Public Works to employ one or more professional consultants to provide security services at various indoor and outdoor recreation facilities, including but not limited to, recreation centers, outdoor pools, and various surrounding play areas, for a period not to exceed one year.

    Attachments

    Updated 2.3.2023 7:30:23 PM UTC

  20. First Reading

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Mayor and the Commissioner of Purchases and Supplies to acquire and re-convey properties presently owned by 1900 East 6th Street, LLC, and/or its designee, located at 1900 East 6th Street for the purpose of entering into the chain-of-title prior to the adoption of tax increment financing legislation authorized under Section 5709.41 of the Revised Code for the Fidelity Hotel Project.

    Attachments

    Updated 2.3.2023 7:29:55 PM UTC

  21. First Reading

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE To supplement the Codified Ordinances of Cleveland, Ohio, 1976, by enacting new Sections 235A.01 through 235A.11, relating to tobacco retail licensing and to amend Section 607.15 relating to the illegal distribution of cigarettes, other tobacco products or alternative nicotine products.

    Attachments

    Updated 2.3.2023 7:29:37 PM UTC

  22. First Reading

    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Accepting the offer of dedication of public right-of-way and public improvements shown on the recorded plat for Father Caruso Drive.

    Attachments

    Updated 2.3.2023 7:28:58 PM UTC

  23. Administrative Review

    Ordinance

    AN ORDINANCE Changing the Use, Area & Height Districts of parcels of land along East 66th Street between Linwood Avenue and Zoeter Avenue. (MC 2665)

    Attachments

    Updated 2.1.2023 8:18:15 PM UTC

  24. Filed

    Ceremonial Resolution

    Condolence Resolution for John Adams

    Updated 2.1.2023 8:10:35 PM UTC

  25. Filed

    Ceremonial Resolution

    Condolence Resolution for Mark Gillespie

    Updated 2.1.2023 8:09:38 PM UTC

  26. Filed

    Ceremonial Resolution

    Condolence Resolution for Tyre Nichols

    Updated 2.1.2023 8:08:27 PM UTC

  27. Passed

    Emergency Resolution

    AN EMERGENCY RESOLUTION Withdrawing objection to a New C1 Liquor Permit at 552 East 152nd Street, and repealing Resolution No. 458-2022, objecting to said permit.

    Attachments

    Updated 2.1.2023 6:44:31 PM UTC

  28. Passed

    Emergency Resolution

    AN EMERGENCY RESOLUTION Withdrawing objection to the transfer of location of a C2 and C2X Liquor Permit at 772 East 185th Street and repealing Resolution No. 329-2022, objecting to said transfer.

    Attachments

    Updated 2.1.2023 6:43:54 PM UTC