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City Council

Tentative Agenda. The Meeting Will Be Live Broadcast. See Meeting Notice For Details.

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  1. Agenda Ready
    Communication

    From Jessica Sheldon, Vice President, Beacon Communities. Notice of intent to apply to Ohio Housing Finance Agency for multifamily funding programs for the development known as Empire Junior High School affordable housing for senior residents at 9113 Parmalee Avenue (Ward 9), Cleveland, Ohio.
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  2. Liquor Control
    Communication

    #62129130005. New License Application, D5H. The Cleveland Museum of Art, 1460 West 29th St. (Ward 3).
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  3. Liquor Control
    Communication

    #9116612. Transfer of Ownership Application, D2 D2X D3 D6. 2801 Bridge LLC, 2801 Bridge Ave. (Ward 3).
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  4. Liquor Control
    Communication

    #26312758355. New License Application, C1. Family Dollar Stores of Ohio LLC 30382, 16605 S. Miles Rd. (Ward 1).
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  5. Liquor Control
    Communication

    #8871362. Transfer of Ownership Application, C1 C2. 3916 East 123rd Meat, Inc., 3916 East 123rd St. (Ward 2).
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  6. Liquor Control
    Communication

    #16507880005. Economic Development Transfer Application, D1 D2. CLE Bistros LLC, 730-84 Euclid Ave. (Ward 3).
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  7. Liquor Control
    Communication

    #23097000055. Transfer of Ownership Application, D5. Driftwood Catering LLC, 11240 Bellflower Rd. (Ward 6).
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  8. Agenda Ready
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the purchase by one or more requirement contracts of materials, equipment, supplies and services needed to maintain, repair, or replace components of electrical, transmission and distribution systems, including labor, for the Division of Cleveland Public Power, Department of Public Utilities, for a period up to two years.
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  9. Agenda Ready
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Finance to enter into a development agreement with SiFi Networks Cleveland LLC, or its designee, successors and assignees, to install, operate, and maintain a citywide fiber optic network system in the City’s public right-of-way, for a period of thirty years, with five ten-year automatic renewals.
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  10. Agenda Ready
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE To amend Sections 517.02 and 517.08 of the Codified Ordinances of Cleveland, Ohio, 1976, as amended by Ordinance No. 396-2020, passed June 3, 2020 and Ordinance No. 464-2019, passed June 3, 2019, relating to shared mobility device and bicycle vendor permit applications.
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  11. Agenda Ready
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Public Safety to renew Lease Agreement No. LS 2018-24 with Cuyahoga County for the lease of certain space located on various floors of the Justice Center, for a term of one year, beginning October 2, 2023.
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  12. Agenda Ready
    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. 96, Subscription-Based Information Technology Arrangements and any other future GASB implementations for the City’s annual Comprehensive Financial Report, and to assist in the preparation and calculation of current GASB’s that are already implemented by the City and to transfer that knowledge to the appropriate City personnel, for a period one year, with two one-year options to renew, exercisable by the Director of Finance.
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  13. Agenda Ready
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Finance to enter into one or more agreements with The Convention and Visitors Bureau of Greater Cleveland Inc., dba Destination Cleveland, to establish, manage, and implement the Cleveland Major Events Grant Program to provide grants to assist with acquiring and executing high-profile events benefitting the City; and to apply for and accept any gifts or grants for this purpose from any public or private entity.
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  14. Agenda Ready
    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 Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration for the Recovery Project V to expand evidence-based treatment for Specialized Dockets defendants; 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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  15. Agenda Ready
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Approving the collective bargaining agreement with the International Union of Painters and Allied Trades, District Council 6, AFL-CIO, Local 639; and to amend Section 13 of Ordinance No. 194-2021, passed March 29, 2021, as amended, relating to salaries for various classifications.
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  16. Agenda Ready
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Approving the collective bargaining agreement with the International Association of Fire Fighters, Local 93 - ARFF; and to amend Section 29 of Ordinance No. 194-2021, passed March 29, 2021, as amended, relating to salaries for various classifications.
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  17. Agenda Ready
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Public Safety to enter into one or more contracts without competitive bidding with MD Helicopters, LLC for the purchase of labor and materials needed to convert two helicopters, for the Division of Police, Department of Public Safety.
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  18. Agenda Ready
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Approving the collective bargaining agreement with the International Local 100, AFSCME Ohio Council 8 AFL-CIO; and to amend Section 8 of Ordinance No. 194-2021, passed March 29, 2021, as amended, relating to salaries for various classifications
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Transportation And Mobility Committee

Update On Back To Basics City-wide Infrastructure Improvement Program. The Meeting Will Be Live Broadcast. See Meeting Notice For Details.

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Municipal Services And Properties Committee

In Addition To Discussion Of Legislation Listed, There Will Be An Operational Review Of The Division Of Waste Collection And Division Of Park Maintenance And Properties. 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 Sections 517.02 and 517.08 of the Codified Ordinances of Cleveland, Ohio, 1976, as amended by Ordinance No. 396-2020, passed June 3, 2020 and Ordinance No. 464-2019, passed June 3, 2019, relating to shared mobility device and bicycle vendor permit applications.
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Finance, Diversity, Equity And Inclusion Committee

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 purchase by one or more requirement contracts of materials, equipment, supplies and services needed to maintain, repair, or replace components of electrical, transmission and distribution systems, including labor, for the Division of Cleveland Public Power, Department of Public Utilities, for a period up to two years.
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  2. Agenda Ready
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Finance to enter into a development agreement with SiFi Networks Cleveland LLC, or its designee, successors and assignees, to install, operate, and maintain a citywide fiber optic network system in the City’s public right-of-way, for a period of thirty years, with five ten-year automatic renewals.
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  3. Agenda Ready
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Public Safety to renew Lease Agreement No. LS 2018-24 with Cuyahoga County for the lease of certain space located on various floors of the Justice Center, for a term of one year, beginning October 2, 2023.
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  4. Agenda Ready
    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. 96, Subscription-Based Information Technology Arrangements and any other future GASB implementations for the City’s annual Comprehensive Financial Report, and to assist in the preparation and calculation of current GASB’s that are already implemented by the City and to transfer that knowledge to the appropriate City personnel, for a period one year, with two one-year options to renew, exercisable by the Director of Finance.
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  5. Agenda Ready
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Finance to enter into one or more agreements with The Convention and Visitors Bureau of Greater Cleveland Inc., dba Destination Cleveland, to establish, manage, and implement the Cleveland Major Events Grant Program to provide grants to assist with acquiring and executing high-profile events benefitting the City; and to apply for and accept any gifts or grants for this purpose from any public or private entity.
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  6. Agenda Ready
    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 Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration for the Recovery Project V to expand evidence-based treatment for Specialized Dockets defendants; 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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City Council

The Meeting Will Be Live Broadcast. See Meeting Notice For Details.

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  1. Filed
    Communication

    From Mark E. Whipkey, Chief of Asset Management, CHN Housing Partners. Notice of intent to apply to Ohio Housing Finance Agency for multifamily funding programs for the development known as Hope Homes I at scattered sites in Cleveland, Ohio (Wards 1, 4, 6).

    This Communication was received and filed.

  2. Filed
    Communication

    #6483986. New License Application, C2. Odat Food Mart, Inc., 9305 Miles Ave. (Ward 1).

    This Communication was received and filed.

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  3. Filed
    Communication

    #8003698. New License Application, D3. 787 Market LLC, 6105 Memphis Ave. (Ward 13).

    This Communication was received and filed.

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  4. Filed
    Communication

    #4317007. Transfer of Ownership Application, C1 C2. Joe 14606 Corp, 14606 Puritas Ave. (Ward 16).

    This Communication was received and filed.

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  5. Passed
    Appointment

    From Council Member Joseph T. Jones, Chair of Mayor’s Appointments Committee of Cleveland City Council. Recommending the re-appointment of Peter Whitt to the Community Relations Board, term ending March 31, 2025.

    A motion was made that this Appointment be approved. The motion carried by the following vote:

  6. Passed
    Appointment

    From Council Member Joseph T. Jones, Chair of Mayor’s Appointments Committee of Cleveland City Council. Recommending the re-appointment of Stephanie Morrison Hrbek to the Community Relations Board, term ending March 31, 2026.

    A motion was made that this Appointment be approved. The motion carried by the following vote:

  7. Passed
    Appointment

    From Council Member Joseph T. Jones, Chair of Mayor’s Appointments Committee of Cleveland City Council. Recommending the re-appointment of Waverly Willis to the Community Relations Board, term ending March 31, 2026.

    A motion was made that this Appointment be approved. The motion carried by the following vote:

  8. Passed
    Appointment

    From Council Member Joseph T. Jones, Chair of Mayor’s Appointments Committee of Cleveland City Council. Recommending the re-appointment of Gia Hoa Ryan to the Community Relations Board, term ending March 31, 2026.

    A motion was made that this Appointment be approved. The motion carried by the following vote:

  9. Passed
    Appointment

    From Council Member Joseph T. Jones, Chair of Mayor’s Appointments Committee of Cleveland City Council. Recommending the re-appointment of John O. Horton, Jr. to the Community Relations Board, term ending March 31, 2027.

    A motion was made that this Appointment be approved. The motion carried by the following vote:

  10. Passed
    Appointment

    From Council Member Joseph T. Jones, Chair of Mayor’s Appointments Committee of Cleveland City Council. Recommending the re-appointment of Daniel McNea to the Community Relations Board, term ending March 31, 2027.

    A motion was made that this Appointment be approved. The motion carried by the following vote:

  11. Filed
    Ceremonial Resolution

    Condolence Resolution for Barbara Cynthia Eddy-Key

    This Ceremonial Resolution was read into the record.

  12. Filed
    Ceremonial Resolution

    Condolence Resolution for Howard P. Frank

    This Ceremonial Resolution was read into the record.

  13. Filed
    Ceremonial Resolution

    Condolence Resolution for Charles Hliatzos

    This Ceremonial Resolution was read into the record.

  14. Filed
    Ceremonial Resolution

    Congratulations Resolution for Chris Alvarado

    This Ceremonial Resolution was read into the record.

  15. Filed
    Ceremonial Resolution

    Congratulations Resolution for Melanie Hogan

    This Ceremonial Resolution was read into the record.

  16. Filed
    Ceremonial Resolution

    Congratulations Resolution for Beta Lambda Omega Chapter of Iota Phi Theta Fraternity

    This Ceremonial Resolution was read into the record.

  17. Filed
    Ceremonial Resolution

    Recognition Resolution for John Horton, Jr.

    This Ceremonial Resolution was read into the record.

  18. Filed
    Ceremonial Resolution

    Recognition Resolution for Supt. Walter J. Clark, Sr.

    This Ceremonial Resolution was read into the record.

  19. Filed
    Ceremonial Resolution

    Recognition Resolution for Basil M. Russo

    This Ceremonial Resolution was read into the record.

  20. Filed
    Ceremonial Resolution

    Recognition Resolution for Pettiti Garden Center

    This Ceremonial Resolution was read into the record.

  21. Filed
    Ceremonial Resolution

    Recognition Resolution for Franco Maddamma

    This Ceremonial Resolution was read into the record.

  22. Filed
    Ceremonial Resolution

    Recognition Resolution for Frank Pocci

    This Ceremonial Resolution was read into the record.

  23. Filed
    Ceremonial Resolution

    Recognition Resolution for Lisa Amato Reid

    This Ceremonial Resolution was read into the record.

  24. Filed
    Ceremonial Resolution

    Recognition Resolution for Mary Ferrante

    This Ceremonial Resolution was read into the record.

  25. Administrative Review
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Capital Projects to enter into one or more agreements with the City of Lakewood regarding the public improvement of resurfacing Lakewood Heights Boulevard, to among other things, allow Lakewood to make the public improvement in the City of Cleveland on Lakewood Heights Boulevard between Joslyn Road to Berea Road; and to cause payment to the City of Lakewood for the City’s portion of the improvement.

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

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  26. Administrative Review
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Capital Projects to enter into an agreement or agreements with the Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing Authority regarding the public improvement of constructing infrastructure improvements as part of the Woodhill Choice Estate project, to among other things, allow CMHA to make the public improvement to Woodhill Choice Estates; to apply for and accept any gifts or grants for this purpose from any public or private entity; authorizing any relative agreements; and to cause payment to CMHA for the City’s portion of the improvement.

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

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  27. Administrative Review
    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 improvements to portions of State Route 283 (East 55th Street) and St. Clair Avenue; 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; and 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.

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

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  28. In Committee
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Public Works to apply for and accept a grant from the Ohio Department of Natural Resources for the Calgary Park Renovation Project Program.

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

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  29. Agenda Ready
    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 Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration for the Recovery Project V to expand evidence-based treatment for Specialized Dockets defendants; 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

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  30. Administrative Review
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Giving consent of the City of Cleveland to the County of Cuyahoga for the resurfacing of West 140th Street from Puritas Avenue to Lakewood Heights Boulevard; authorizing the Director of Capital Projects to enter into agreements; to apply for and accept an allocation of County Motor Vehicle License Tax Funds; to apply for and accept any gifts or grants from any public or private entity; and to cause payment to the County for the City’s share of the improvement.

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

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  31. Administrative Review
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the general fund to receive and use revenue from tax remittances collected by Cleveland Public Power during the years 2024 and 2025 and transfer 100% of tax remittances collected in both years back to Cleveland Public Power.

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

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  32. Administrative Review
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE To vacate all of East 59th Street, from Central Avenue to Hawthorne Avenue and a portion of Hawthorne Court, from East 59th Street to PPN 118-19-030.

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

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  33. Administrative Review
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Giving consent of the City of Cleveland to the Director of Transportation of the State of Ohio to demolish and remove the Eagle Avenue lift bridge over the Cuyahoga River in the City of Cleveland; authorizing agreements; and causing payment to the State for the City’s share of the improvement.

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

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  34. Administrative Review
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Giving consent of the City of Cleveland to the Director of Transportation of the State of Ohio to resurface Quigley Road and West 3rd Street in the City of Cleveland; authorizing agreements; and causing payment to the State for the City’s share of the improvement.

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

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  35. Administrative Review
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Capital Projects to employ one or more professional consultants and testing firms to perform various construction activities and design projects for roads, bridges and City facilities, for a period up to two years.

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

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  36. Administrative Review
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Economic Development to enter into a Tax Increment Financing Agreement with Apartment 92-The Apollo, LLC, and/or its designee, to assist with the financing of the Apollo Mixed-Use Development Project to be located at 1250 Riverbed Street; to provide for payments to the Cleveland Metropolitan School District; and to declare certain improvements to real property to be a public purpose.

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

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  37. Administrative Review
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE To amend Section 171.28 of the Codified Ordinances of Cleveland, Ohio, 1976, as enacted by Ordinance No. 306-85, passed April 29, 1985, relating to vacation leave.

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

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  38. Administrative Review
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Directors of Public Works and Community Development to enter into one or more lease and/or management agreements with Cleveland Public Market Corporation, an Ohio non-profit corporation, to lease the West Side Market, the West Side Market Parking Lot and the Hicks Parking Lot and to provide professional services to manage, operate, and improve the these properties and assist with capital improvement fundraising and funding from available tax credits for the improvement of West Side Market; authorizing other agreements; authorizing the Director of Public Works to apply for and accept any gifts, grants or services from any public or private entity; and to amend Sections 131.21, 131.22 and 131.78 and repeal Chapter 553 of the Codified Ordinances of Cleveland, Ohio, 1976, as amended by various ordinances, relating to the West Side Market.

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

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  39. Administrative Review
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE To supplement the Codified Ordinances of Cleveland, Ohio, 1976, by amending Section 329.01 as amended by Ordinance No. 2145-82, passed November 5, 1984, related to the Board of Zoning Appeals.

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

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  40. Passed
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE To amend Section 1 of Ordinance No. 826-2023, passed July 12, 2023, relating to a First Amendment to Agreement with Northwest Neighborhood CDC for Cleveland City Council.

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

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  41. Passed
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE To amend Section 1 of Ordinance No. 1034-2023, passed September 18, 2023, relating to a First Amendment to Agreement with iVideo for Cleveland City Council.

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

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  42. Passed
    Emergency Resolution

    AN EMERGENCY RESOLUTION Objecting to a New C1 Liquor Permit at 7415 Superior Avenue.

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

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  43. Passed
    Emergency Resolution

    AN EMERGENCY RESOLUTION Objecting to a New C1 Liquor Permit at 14037 Puritas Avenue.

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

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  44. Passed
    Emergency Resolution

    AN EMERGENCY RESOLUTION Objecting to the transfer of ownership of a C1 and C2 Liquor Permit to 14606 Puritas Avenue.

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

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  45. Passed
    Emergency Resolution

    AN EMERGENCY RESOLUTION Objecting to the transfer of ownership of a C1 and C2 Liquor Permit to 15518 St. Clair Avenue.

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

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  46. Passed
    Emergency Resolution

    AN EMERGENCY RESOLUTION Withdrawing objection to the renewal of a C2 and C2X Liquor Permit at 3022 West 25th Street, and repealing Resolution No. 895-2023 objecting to said renewal.

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

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  47. Passed
    Emergency Resolution

    AN EMERGENCY RESOLUTION Withdrawing objection to the transfer of ownership of a D5 Liquor Permit at 4591 Turney Road, and repealing Resolution No. 1292-2022 objecting to said permit.

    This Emergency Resolution was adopted.

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  48. Passed
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Directors of Finance and Economic Development to enter into one or more agreements with DigitalC for the deployment of a citywide broadband network and to provide related equipment and services to Cleveland residents; authorizing other agreements; and authorizing the appropriate director to apply for and accept any gifts, grants or services from any public or private entity.

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

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  49. Passed
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Economic Development to enter into a Tax Increment Financing Agreement with Hawthorne Elementary Partners, LLC, and/or its designee, to assist with the financing of the Hawthorne Elementary School Project to be located at 3575 West 130th Street; to provide for payments to the Cleveland Metropolitan School District; and to declare certain improvements to real property to be a public purpose.

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

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  50. Passed
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Public Utilities to execute a deed of sidewalk easement and a deed of temporary construction easement granting to the City of Brecksville certain easement rights in property needed for its Oakes Road Sidewalk Improvement Project at the City’s Blossom Hill Water Towers property; and declaring the easement rights not needed for the City’s public use.

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

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  51. Passed
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Public Utilities to enter into various written standard purchase and requirement contracts with Itron Incorporated for the purchase of meters and related equipment and services and labor and materials to provide modifications to existing equipment for a period of three years; and authorizing the Director to enter into one or more contracts with Itron Incorporated to provide hardware and software maintenance and to upgrade existing software systems, for the Department of Public Utilities, for a period of one year, with two one-year options to renew, exercisable by the Director of Public Utilities.

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

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  52. Passed
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Economic Development to enter into a development agreement with Cleveland LD LLC, or its designee, successors and assignees, to plan and execute a development and finance strategy to maximize public and private use along Cleveland’s riverfront, including Tower City, property between Huron Road and the riverfront, and property between Ontario Street and the riverfront.

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

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  53. Passed
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Port Control to enter into an amendment to the Lease By Way of Concession No. 67743 with BAA USA, Inc. dba Fraport Cleveland, Inc. for the lease, management, design, and construction of retail merchandise, food, beverage, and service concessions for the Department of Port Control facilities to extend the termination date of the agreement for a period of one year.

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

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  54. Passed
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Port Control to enter into a Lease Agreement with Swissport USA, Inc. for the lease of space located in the passenger terminal building at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport to support its ground handling and other airline support service operations for multiple airlines, for a period of two years, with three one-year options to renew, exercisable by the Director of Port Control.

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

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  55. Passed
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the purchase by one or more requirement contracts of concrete pipe adapters, repair saddles, and accessories, for the Division of Water, Department of Public Utilities, for a term up to two years.

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

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  56. Passed
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the purchase by one or more requirement contracts of disposal of debris at landfills, transfer stations, or recycle/reclaim facility sites, for the Divisions of Water, Cleveland Public Power, and Water Pollution Control, Department of Public Utilities, for a term of two years.

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

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  57. Passed
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the purchase by one or more requirement contracts of various types of electrical test equipment and labor and materials necessary to maintain and repair electrical test equipment, including training when necessary, and maintenance, for the Division of Cleveland Public Power, Department of Public Utilities, for a period of two years.

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

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  58. Passed
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Public Utilities to enter into one or more requirement contracts without competitive bidding with ST Engineering Telematics Wireless LTD for proprietary adaptive control photocells needed for LED streetlights and security lighting fixtures, for the Division of Cleveland Public Power, Department of Public Utilities, for a term of two years.

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

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  59. Passed
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Port Control to employ one or more professional consultants to provide on-call planning services for a period of one year, with three one-year options to renew, exercisable by the Director of Port Control.

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

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  60. Passed
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Port Control to employ one or more professional consultants to provide real estate services for a period of one year, with three one-year options to renew, exercisable by the Director of Port Control.

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

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  61. Passed
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the purchase by one or more requirement contracts of floor and wall coverings, and labor and materials needed to repair or replace floor and wall coverings, for the Department of Port Control, for a period of two years, with two one-year options to renew, exercisable by the Director of Port Control.

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

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  62. Passed
    Emergency Resolution

    AN EMERGENCY RESOLUTION Requesting the County Fiscal Officer to make advances during the year 2024, pursuant to Section 321.34, Ohio Revised Code.

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

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  63. 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 Polensek, seconded by Council Member Slife, that this Emergency Resolution be adopted. The motion carried by the following vote:

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Finance, Diversity, Equity And Inclusion Committee

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 Economic Development to enter into a Tax Increment Financing Agreement with Hawthorne Elementary Partners, LLC, and/or its designee, to assist with the financing of the Hawthorne Elementary School Project to be located at 3575 West 130th Street; to provide for payments to the Cleveland Metropolitan School District; and to declare certain improvements to real property to be a public purpose.
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  2. Passed
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Public Utilities to execute a deed of sidewalk easement and a deed of temporary construction easement granting to the City of Brecksville certain easement rights in property needed for its Oakes Road Sidewalk Improvement Project at the City’s Blossom Hill Water Towers property; and declaring the easement rights not needed for the City’s public use.
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  3. Passed
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Public Utilities to enter into various written standard purchase and requirement contracts with Itron Incorporated for the purchase of meters and related equipment and services and labor and materials to provide modifications to existing equipment for a period of three years; and authorizing the Director to enter into one or more contracts with Itron Incorporated to provide hardware and software maintenance and to upgrade existing software systems, for the Department of Public Utilities, for a period of one year, with two one-year options to renew, exercisable by the Director of Public Utilities.
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  4. Passed
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Economic Development to enter into a development agreement with Cleveland LD LLC, or its designee, successors and assignees, to plan and execute a development and finance strategy to maximize public and private use along Cleveland’s riverfront, including Tower City, property between Huron Road and the riverfront, and property between Ontario Street and the riverfront.
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  5. Passed
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Port Control to enter into an amendment to the Lease By Way of Concession No. 67743 with BAA USA, Inc. dba Fraport Cleveland, Inc. for the lease, management, design, and construction of retail merchandise, food, beverage, and service concessions for the Department of Port Control facilities to extend the termination date of the agreement for a period of one year.
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  6. Passed
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Port Control to enter into a Lease Agreement with Swissport USA, Inc. for the lease of space located in the passenger terminal building at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport to support its ground handling and other airline support service operations for multiple airlines, for a period of two years, with three one-year options to renew, exercisable by the Director of Port Control.
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  7. Passed
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the purchase by one or more requirement contracts of concrete pipe adapters, repair saddles, and accessories, for the Division of Water, Department of Public Utilities, for a term up to two years.
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  8. Passed
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the purchase by one or more requirement contracts of disposal of debris at landfills, transfer stations, or recycle/reclaim facility sites, for the Divisions of Water, Cleveland Public Power, and Water Pollution Control, Department of Public Utilities, for a term of two years.
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  9. Passed
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the purchase by one or more requirement contracts of various types of electrical test equipment and labor and materials necessary to maintain and repair electrical test equipment, including training when necessary, and maintenance, for the Division of Cleveland Public Power, Department of Public Utilities, for a period of two years.
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  10. Passed
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Public Utilities to enter into one or more requirement contracts without competitive bidding with ST Engineering Telematics Wireless LTD for proprietary adaptive control photocells needed for LED streetlights and security lighting fixtures, for the Division of Cleveland Public Power, Department of Public Utilities, for a term of two years.
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  11. Passed
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Port Control to employ one or more professional consultants to provide on-call planning services for a period of one year, with three one-year options to renew, exercisable by the Director of Port Control.
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  12. Passed
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Port Control to employ one or more professional consultants to provide real estate services for a period of one year, with three one-year options to renew, exercisable by the Director of Port Control.
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  13. Passed
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the purchase by one or more requirement contracts of floor and wall coverings, and labor and materials needed to repair or replace floor and wall coverings, for the Department of Port Control, for a period of two years, with two one-year options to renew, exercisable by the Director of Port Control.
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  14. Passed
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Directors of Finance and Economic Development to enter into one or more agreements with DigitalC for the deployment of a citywide broadband network and to provide related equipment and services to Cleveland residents; authorizing other agreements; and authorizing the appropriate director to apply for and accept any gifts, grants or services from any public or private entity.
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  15. 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.
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  16. Passed
    Emergency Resolution

    AN EMERGENCY RESOLUTION Requesting the County Fiscal Officer to make advances during the year 2024, pursuant to Section 321.34, Ohio Revised Code.
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City Council

The Meeting Will Be Live Broadcast. See Meeting Notice For Details.

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  1. Filed
    Communication

    From Director Martin J. Keane, Department of Public Utilities, City of Cleveland. Notice of grant acceptance of $9,990 from the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio for Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasures for employees.

    This Communication was received and filed.

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  2. Filed
    Communication

    From Council President Blaine A. Griffin. Designating, without objection of Cleveland City Council, Allan Dreyer to serve as Clerk of Council Pro Tempore for all matters requiring the Clerk's signature on August 30, 2023.

    This Communication was received and filed.

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  3. Filed
    Communication

    #26312758230. New License Application, C1. Family Dollar Stores of Ohio LLC 26118, 12107 St. Clair Ave. (Ward 10).

    This Communication was received and filed.

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  4. Filed
    Communication

    #26312758205. New License Application, C1. Family Dollar Stores of Ohio LLC 24132, 4247 Fulton Rd. (Ward 13).

    This Communication was received and filed.

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  5. Filed
    Communication

    Oath of Office for Anthony W. Scott, Assistant Director, Department of Community Development, City of Cleveland.

    This Communication was received and filed.

  6. Filed
    Communication

    #3374745. Transfer of Ownership Application, C1. Grey Store, Inc., 11025 Ashbury Ave. (Ward 9).

    This Communication was received and filed.

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  7. Filed
    Communication

    #8200803. Transfer of Ownership, C1. 6225 Storer Ave, Inc., 6225 Storer Ave. (Ward 14).

    This Communication was received and filed.

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  8. Filed
    Communication

    #26312758210. New License Application, C1. Family Dollar Stores of Ohio LLC 25742, 7415 Superior Ave. (Ward 7).

    This Communication was received and filed.

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  9. Filed
    Communication

    #26312758225. New License Application, C1. Family Dollar Stores of Ohio LLC 27039, 1014 East 152nd St. (Ward 10).

    This Communication was received and filed.

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  10. Filed
    Communication

    #26312758215. New License Application, C1. Family Dollar Stores of Ohio LLC 24807, 10820 Lorain Ave. (Ward 11).

    This Communication was received and filed.

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  11. Filed
    Communication

    #26312758220. New License Application, C1. Family Dollar Stores of Ohio LLC 25796, 4172 Pearl Rd. (Ward 13).

    This Communication was received and filed.

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  12. Filed
    Communication

    #0300189. Economic Development Transfer Application, D5. Astro Restaurant LLC, 230 W. Huron Rd. (Ward 3).

    This Communication was received and filed.

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  13. Filed
    Communication

    #2598950. Transfer of Ownership Application, D2 D2X D3 D6. Fahrenheit Cleveland LLC, 55 Public Sq. (Ward 3).

    This Communication was received and filed.

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  14. Filed
    Communication

    #2071705. Transfer of License Application, C1 C2. Denison Gas and Go LLC, 3742 Fulton Rd. (Ward 14).

    This Communication was received and filed.

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  15. Filed
    Communication

    #4637290. New License Application. King Dough LLC, 230 Euclid Ave. (Ward 3).

    This Communication was received and filed.

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  16. Filed
    Communication

    #9555700. Transfer of Ownership Application, D1 D2 D3 D3A D6. 11121 Western Ave LLC, 11121 Western Ave. (Ward 11).

    This Communication was received and filed.

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  17. Filed
    Communication

    #22348159375. New License Application, C1. Dolgen Midwest LLC #21950, 5603 Memphis Ave. (Ward 13).

    This Communication was received and filed.

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  18. Filed
    Communication

    #26312758310. New License Application, C1. Family Dollar Stores of Ohio LLC 3212, 8404 Madison Ave. (Ward 15).

    This Communication was received and filed.

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  19. Filed
    Ceremonial Resolution

    Condolence Resolution for Melody Rucker Peck

    This Ceremonial Resolution was read into the record.

  20. Filed
    Ceremonial Resolution

    Condolence Resolution for John Arthur James

    This Ceremonial Resolution was read into the record.

  21. Filed
    Ceremonial Resolution

    Condolence Resolution for Richard J. Ruscsak

    This Ceremonial Resolution was read into the record.

  22. Filed
    Ceremonial Resolution

    Condolence Resolution for James Arthur Richards

    This Ceremonial Resolution was read into the record.

  23. Filed
    Ceremonial Resolution

    Condolence Resolution for Corinthia B. Butler

    This Ceremonial Resolution was read into the record.

  24. Filed
    Ceremonial Resolution

    Condolence Resolution for Eddie James "Smiley" Murrell, Jr.

    This Ceremonial Resolution was read into the record.

  25. Filed
    Ceremonial Resolution

    Condolence Resolution for Terrion Daryl Malone

    This Ceremonial Resolution was read into the record.

  26. Filed
    Ceremonial Resolution

    Condolence Resolution for Luke Raymond Davis

    This Ceremonial Resolution was read into the record.

  27. Filed
    Ceremonial Resolution

    Condolence Resolution for Marcella "Marcy" Shannon

    This Ceremonial Resolution was read into the record.

  28. Filed
    Ceremonial Resolution

    Condolence Resolution for Gerald E. Fuerst

    This Ceremonial Resolution was read into the record.

  29. Filed
    Ceremonial Resolution

    Condolence Resolution for Gregory Jonesboro

    This Ceremonial Resolution was read into the record.

  30. Filed
    Ceremonial Resolution

    Condolence Resolution for Asa Cornelius Thompson

    This Ceremonial Resolution was read into the record.

  31. Filed
    Ceremonial Resolution

    Congratulations Resolution for Pastor Dr. Vincent E. Stokes II

    This Ceremonial Resolution was read into the record.

  32. Filed
    Ceremonial Resolution

    Congratulations Resolution for Reverend Dr. Leo Pinkard, Sr.

    This Ceremonial Resolution was read into the record.

  33. Filed
    Ceremonial Resolution

    Congratulations Resolution for Brian C. Simmions

    This Ceremonial Resolution was read into the record.

  34. Filed
    Ceremonial Resolution

    Congratulations Resolution for Greater Cleveland Pan-Hellenic Choir

    This Ceremonial Resolution was read into the record.

  35. Filed
    Ceremonial Resolution

    Congratulations Resolution for Ronda G. Curtis

    This Ceremonial Resolution was read into the record.

  36. Filed
    Ceremonial Resolution

    Congratulations Resolution for Joseph Valencic

    This Ceremonial Resolution was read into the record.

  37. Filed
    Ceremonial Resolution

    Congratulations Resolution for Judge Larry A. Jones Drug Court - 25th Anniversary

    This Ceremonial Resolution was read into the record.

  38. Filed
    Ceremonial Resolution

    Congratulations Resolution for Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing Authority - 90th Anniversary

    This Ceremonial Resolution was read into the record.

  39. Filed
    Ceremonial Resolution

    Congratulations Resolution for Saint Joseph High School Rowing Team - Midwest Scholastic Champions

    This Ceremonial Resolution was read into the record.

  40. Filed
    Ceremonial Resolution

    Recognition Resolution for Hattie Holifield Way

    This Ceremonial Resolution was read into the record.

  41. Filed
    Ceremonial Resolution

    Recognition Resolution for 14th Annual India Diversity Festival

    This Ceremonial Resolution was read into the record.

  42. Filed
    Ceremonial Resolution

    Recognition Resolution for William Francisco Cobbs

    This Ceremonial Resolution was read into the record.

  43. Filed
    Ceremonial Resolution

    Appreciation Resolution for Robert P. Madison

    This Ceremonial Resolution was read into the record.

  44. Filed
    Ceremonial Resolution

    Recognition Resolution for Ben Campbell

    This Ceremonial Resolution was read into the record.

  45. Filed
    Ceremonial Resolution

    Appreciation Resolution for Amir El-Hajj Khalid A. Samad

    This Ceremonial Resolution was read into the record.

  46. Filed
    Ceremonial Resolution

    Appreciation Resolution for Judge Una H. R. Keenon

    This Ceremonial Resolution was read into the record.

  47. Filed
    Ceremonial Resolution

    Appreciation Resolution for Charles E. Bibb, Sr.

    This Ceremonial Resolution was read into the record.

  48. Filed
    Ceremonial Resolution

    Appreciation Resolution for Joyce "Joy" Cummings

    This Ceremonial Resolution was read into the record.

  49. In Committee
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Public Safety to enter into one or more agreements with Cuyahoga County for administration and operation of the Family Justice Center; and to pay the County for its share of the costs, for a period up to four years.

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

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  50. In Committee
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE To amend Section 6 of Ordinance No. 866-2021, passed October 18, 2021, relating to applying for and accepting a grant from the United States Department of Homeland Security for the FY21 Port Security Grant Program for the purchase of a police boat.

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

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  51. Administrative Review
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE To supplement the Codified Ordinances of Cleveland, Ohio, 1976, by amending Section 162.01 as amended by Ordinance No. 466-2023, passed May 1, 2023, related to Cleveland Commission on Black Women and Girls.

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

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  52. Administrative Review
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Economic Development to enter into a grant agreement with Brenda Glass Multipurpose Trauma Center to provide economic development assistance to partially finance repairs and upgrades to certain existing facilities of the Center.

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

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  53. In Committee
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE To supplement the Codified Ordinances of Cleveland, Ohio, 1976, by enacting new Sections 143.06 and 143.07 relating to authorizing professional services necessary to administer the City’s employee assistance program and learning and development training; and professional services to analyze health care providers, benefits, and claims and to evaluate proposals for benefit management services.

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

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  54. In Committee
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Community Development to enter into a grant agreement with Northwest Neighborhoods Community Development Corporation to partially finance the construction of 51 apartment units for seniors on West 80th Street and Detroit Avenue.

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

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  55. Administrative Review
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Port Control to enter into a lease agreement with Aircraft Service International, Inc. dba Menzies Aviation for the use of space located in the passenger terminal building of Cleveland Hopkins International Airport for an office and break room relating to airline fueling operation services for multiple airlines; and to enter into a ground lease with Aircraft Service International, Inc. dba Menzies Aviation for property located on a portion of City-owned property for fueling operation services, for a period of one year, with four 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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  56. Administrative Review
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Economic Development to enter into a grant agreement with Near West Side Multi-Service Corporation d.b.a. the May Dugan Center, to provide economic development assistance to partially finance completion of renovations and expansion of the Center.

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

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  57. Administrative Review
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Economic Development to enter into a grant agreement with Old Brooklyn Community Development Corporation to provide economic development assistance to partially finance the Memphis and Pearl mixed-use neighborhood project located on Memphis and Pearl Roads in Ward 13.

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

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  58. Administrative Review
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Determining the method of making the public improvement of constructing improvements to the residual handling facilities at Baldwin, Crown and Nottingham Water Treatment plants and authorizing the Director of Public Utilities 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

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  59. In Committee
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Public Utilities to enter into one or more contracts OW Investors, LLC dba Mars Company for professional services necessary to provide software and hardware maintenance to test and maintain residential and commercial water meters, for the Division of Water, Department of Public Utilities, for a period of one year, with one option to renew for an additional year, exercisable by the Director of Public Utilities.

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

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  60. Administrative Review
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Mayor and the Commissioner of Purchases and Supplies to sell certain City-owned property no longer needed for the City’s public use located on Lawnview Avenue to the Famicos Foundation, or its designee, for purposes of developing the Henrietta Homes project.

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

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  61. In Committee
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE To amend Section 138.07 of the Codified Ordinances of Cleveland, Ohio, 1976, as amended by Ordinance No. 1266-02, passed January 27, 2003, relating to enhancing the City’s ability to address nuisance properties.

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

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  62. In Committee
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE To amend Sections 433.09, 605.04, 607.03, 607.04, 607.17, 617.02 and 625.05 of the Codified Ordinances of Cleveland, Ohio, 1976, as amended by various ordinances, and to repeal Sections 607.13 and 607.18 of the codified ordinances.

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

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  63. Administrative Review
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Determining the method of making the public improvement of constructing, excavating, installing, maintaining, sealing, repairing, replacing, and disposing of concrete and asphalt, concrete and asphalt surfaces, and concrete structures and appurtenances on runways, taxiways, ramps, passenger boarding bridge foundations, parking areas, sidewalks, roadways, catch basins, and other surfaces for the various divisions of the Department of Port Control, and authorizing the Director of Port Control to enter into one or more public improvement requirement contracts for the making of the improvement, for a period of two years, with two 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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  64. Administrative Review
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Determining the method of making the public improvement of repairing, constructing, or installing various roadway and bridge improvements, including but not limited to, asphalt resurfacing, concrete repairs, bus pads, sidewalks, driveways, curbs, brick streets, ADA-compliant curb ramps, minor bridge repairs and crack sealing; authorizing the Director of Capital Projects to enter into one or more public improvement requirement contracts for the making of the improvement; authorizing the director to apply for and accept any gifts or grants; and authorizing any agreements, for a period not to exceed two years.

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

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  65. Administrative Review
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Determining the method of making the public improvement of constructing the West 70th Street, Baltic Road, Homer Avenue and West 38th Street Areas Sewer Projects, including but not limited to manholes and catch basins; authorizing the Director of Public Utilities to enter into one or more public improvement contracts to construct the improvement; and authorizing the director to employ one or more professional consultants necessary to design and implement the improvement; and to apply for and accept funding.

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

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  66. Agenda Ready
    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. 96, Subscription-Based Information Technology Arrangements and any other future GASB implementations for the City’s annual Comprehensive Financial Report, and to assist in the preparation and calculation of current GASB’s that are already implemented by the City and to transfer that knowledge to the appropriate City personnel, for a period one year, with two one-year options to renew, exercisable by the Director of Finance.

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

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  67. Agenda Ready
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Finance to enter into one or more agreements with The Convention and Visitors Bureau of Greater Cleveland Inc., dba Destination Cleveland, to establish, manage, and implement the Cleveland Major Events Grant Program to provide grants to assist with acquiring and executing high-profile events benefitting the City; and to apply for and accept any gifts or grants for this purpose from any public or private entity.

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

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  68. Administrative Review
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Mayor and the Commissioner of Purchases and Supplies to acquire and re-convey properties presently owned by Erieview Holdings, LLC, and/or its designee, located at 1301 East 9th Street and 100 Erieview 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 Erieview Tower, Galleria and Parking Garage Project.

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

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  69. In Committee
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE To authorize the Mayor to enter into a Local Governance Agreement with the County and a non-profit organization to carry out workforce development activities for the Cleveland-Cuyahoga County Workforce Development Area.

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

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  70. Administrative Review
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE To amend various Sections of the Codified Ordinances of Cleveland, Ohio, 1976, as amended by various ordinances, relating to the Department of Building and Housing generally; to renumber existing Section 3143.04 to 3143.98; to change the name of Chapter 3143; and to enact new Sections 3104.01 to 3104.09, 3104.99, 3106.01 to 3106.10, 3106.99, 3143.04, and 3143.05, relating to civil enforcement, vacant property registration, and parking garage inspections.

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

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  71. Passed
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE To amend Sections 45 and 55 of Ordinance No. 194-2021, passed March 29, 2021, as amended, relating to salaries for various classifications.

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

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  72. Passed
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of the Department of Community Development to enter into agreement with Arbor Park Phase Two Associates, LP for the Bivens Program through the use of Ward 5 Casino Revenue Funds.

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

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  73. Passed
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of the Department of City Planning to enter into agreement with Kent State University College of Architecture for the Calgary Park Micro Plan Project through the use of Ward 12 Casino Revenue Funds.

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

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  74. Passed
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of the Department of Public Health to enter into agreement with Case Western Reserve for the Eighth Day of the Week project through the use of Wards 7 and 9 Casino Revenue Funds.

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

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  75. Passed
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Clerk of Council to enter into an amendment to the agreement with iVideo to authorize additional professional services necessary for the design, implementation and permanent installation of various components of the video production system to include the Mercedes Cotner Committee Room for Cleveland City Council.

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

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  76. Passed
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of the Department of Community Relations to enter into agreement with Hispanic Police Officers Association for the Puerto Rican Expo through the use of Wards 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, and 17 Casino Revenue Funds.

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

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  77. Passed
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of the Department of City Planning to enter into agreement with Cleveland State University Center for Economic Development for the Ward 4 Asset Assessment and Planning Project through the use of Ward 4 Casino Revenue Funds.

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

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  78. Passed
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of the Department of City Planning to enter into agreement with Cleveland State University Center for Economic Development for the Ward 5 Asset Assessment and Planning Project through the use of Ward 5 Casino Revenue Funds.

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

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  79. In Committee
    Emergency Resolution

    AN EMERGENCY RESOLUTION Declaring this Council’s desire that Cleveland and Cape Town, South Africa establish a sister city relationship and authorizing the Mayor to enter into such agreement and execute such documents that are necessary to implement the relationship.

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

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  80. In Committee
    Emergency Resolution

    AN EMERGENCY RESOLUTION Declaring this Council’s desire that Cleveland and Kigali, Rwanda establish a sister city relationship and authorizing the Mayor to enter into such agreement and execute such documents that are necessary to implement the relationship.

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

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  81. In Committee
    Emergency Resolution

    AN EMERGENCY RESOLUTION Declaring this Council’s desire that Cleveland and Tema, Ghana establish a sister city relationship and authorizing the Mayor to enter into such agreement and execute such documents that are necessary to implement the relationship.

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

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  82. Passed
    Emergency Resolution

    AN EMERGENCY RESOLUTION Requesting the County Fiscal Officer to make advances during the year 2024, pursuant to Section 321.34, Ohio Revised Code.

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

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  83. 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.

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

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  84. Passed
    Emergency Resolution

    AN EMERGENCY RESOLUTION Objecting to a New C1 Liquor Permit at 4172 Pearl Road.

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

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  85. Passed
    Emergency Resolution

    AN EMERGENCY RESOLUTION Objecting to a New C1 Liquor Permit at 4247 Fulton Road.

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

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  86. Passed
    Emergency Resolution

    AN EMERGENCY RESOLUTION Objecting to a New C1 Liquor Permit at 10820 Lorain Avenue.

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

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  87. Passed
    Emergency Resolution

    AN EMERGENCY RESOLUTION Objecting to a New C1 Liquor Permit at 1014 East 152nd Street.

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

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  88. Passed
    Emergency Resolution

    AN EMERGENCY RESOLUTION Objecting to a New C1 Liquor Permit at 11500 St. Clair Avenue.

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

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  89. Passed
    Emergency Resolution

    AN EMERGENCY RESOLUTION Objecting to a New C1 Liquor Permit at 12107 St. Clair Avenue.

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

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  90. Passed
    Emergency Resolution

    AN EMERGENCY RESOLUTION Withdrawing objection to the transfer of ownership of a C2 and C2X Liquor Permit at 5804 and 5806 Storer Avenue, and repealing Resolution No. 564-2023 objecting to said permit.

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

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  91. Passed
    Emergency Resolution

    AN EMERGENCY RESOLUTION Withdrawing objection to the transfer of ownership of a C1, C2 and D6 Liquor Permit at 15521 St. Clair Avenue, and repealing Resolution No. 442-2023 objecting to said permit.

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

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  92. Passed
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE To amend Sections 131.78, 131.79, 401.33, 403.04, 453.01, 453.02, 453.03, 453.04, 455.01, 455.05, 455.07, 455.09 and 455.10 of the Codified Ordinances of Cleveland, Ohio, 1976, as amended by various ordinances, relating to parking rates, parking meters, and municipal parking facilities.

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

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  93. Passed
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Clerk of Council to enter into an agreement with Granicus, Inc. to renew or purchase software subscriptions for an integrated legislative management system for Cleveland City Council.

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

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  94. 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 Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services through the Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services Board of Cuyahoga County for the Court’s 2023-24 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 Slife, seconded by Council Member Santana, that this Emergency Ordinance be approved as amended. The motion carried by the following vote:

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  95. Passed
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Human Resources to employ one or more consultants or firms of consultants to provide professional services necessary to analyze health care providers, benefits, and claims, and to evaluate proposals received for benefit management series, for a period of one year with two one-year options to renew, exercisable by the Director of Human Resources.

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

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  96. Passed
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Finance to enter into an amendment to Lease Agreement No. 2017-023 with MidCity, Ltd., for the lease of office space for the Cleveland Police Commission located at 3631 Perkins Avenue for one additional year.

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

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  97. Passed
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Community Development and the Commissioner of Purchases and Supplies to enter into an agreement with The Cleveland Public Theatre, Inc., or its designee, providing for the exchange of real properties.

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

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  98. Passed
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Public Works to execute various deeds of permanent and temporary easements that will grant to the Ohio Department of Transportation certain easement rights to rehabilitate a culvert under Chagrin Boulevard at the Highland Park Golf Course and declaring the easement rights not needed for the City’s public use.

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

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  99. Passed
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the issuance and sale by the City of Cleveland, Ohio of Water Pollution Control Revenue Bonds in an aggregate principal amount not to exceed $45,000,000 to pay costs of improving the water pollution control system; authorizing a second supplemental trust agreement and other agreements, documents and actions related to the Water Pollution Control Revenue Bonds; and authorizing and approving related matters.

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

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  100. Passed
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the issuance and sale of water revenue obligations in an aggregate principal amount not to exceed $90,000,000 for the purpose of paying costs of improvements to the Waterworks System; authorizing supplemental indentures, agreements, documents and actions related to the water revenue obligations; and authorizing and approving related matters.

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

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  101. Passed
    Emergency Resolution

    AN EMERGENCY RESOLUTION Urging the Board of Trustees of Cleveland State University College of Law to consider renaming the law school after African-American lawyer Charles Hamilton Houston.

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

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Safety Committee

In Addition To Review Of Legislation Listed, There Will Be A Discussion Of The Recent Safety Operations In The City With Local, State And Federal Partners. 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 renew Lease Agreement No. LS 2018-24 with Cuyahoga County for the lease of certain space located on various floors of the Justice Center, for a term of one year, beginning October 2, 2023.
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Utilities Committee

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 purchase by one or more requirement contracts of materials, equipment, supplies and services needed to maintain, repair, or replace components of electrical, transmission and distribution systems, including labor, for the Division of Cleveland Public Power, Department of Public Utilities, for a period up to two years.
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  2. Agenda Ready
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Finance to enter into a development agreement with SiFi Networks Cleveland LLC, or its designee, successors and assignees, to install, operate, and maintain a citywide fiber optic network system in the City’s public right-of-way, for a period of thirty years, with five ten-year automatic renewals.
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Development, Planning And Sustainability Committee

Briefing On The Citywide Property Survey. The Meeting Will Be Live Broadcast. See Meeting Notice For Details.

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City Council Caucus Meeting

See Meeting Notice For Details.

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Health, Human Services And The Arts Committee

Update On Lead Enforcement. The Meeting Will Be Live Broadcast. See Meeting Notice For Details.

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Finance, Diversity, Equity And Inclusion Committee

The Meeting Will Be Live Broadcast. See Meeting Notice For Details.

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  1. Passed
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Clerk of Council to enter into an agreement with Granicus, Inc. to renew or purchase software subscriptions for an integrated legislative management system for Cleveland City Council.
    Attachments
  2. Passed
    Emergency Resolution

    AN EMERGENCY RESOLUTION Urging the Board of Trustees of Cleveland State University College of Law to consider renaming the law school after African-American lawyer Charles Hamilton Houston.
    Attachments
  3. 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 Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services through the Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services Board of Cuyahoga County for the Court’s 2023-24 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.
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  4. Passed
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Human Resources to employ one or more consultants or firms of consultants to provide professional services necessary to analyze health care providers, benefits, and claims, and to evaluate proposals received for benefit management series, for a period of one year with two one-year options to renew, exercisable by the Director of Human Resources.
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  5. Passed
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Finance to enter into an amendment to Lease Agreement No. 2017-023 with MidCity, Ltd., for the lease of office space for the Cleveland Police Commission located at 3631 Perkins Avenue for one additional year.
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  6. Held
    Emergency Resolution

    AN EMERGENCY RESOLUTION Declaring the month of October as Women in the Arts Month annually in the City of Cleveland, to celebrate and support the valuable contributions made by Cleveland’s and America’s women artists; and urging the United States Congress to declare October as national Women in the Arts Month.
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  7. Passed
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the Director of Community Development and the Commissioner of Purchases and Supplies to enter into an agreement with The Cleveland Public Theatre, Inc., or its designee, providing for the exchange of real properties.
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  8. Passed
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the issuance and sale by the City of Cleveland, Ohio of Water Pollution Control Revenue Bonds in an aggregate principal amount not to exceed $45,000,000 to pay costs of improving the water pollution control system; authorizing a second supplemental trust agreement and other agreements, documents and actions related to the Water Pollution Control Revenue Bonds; and authorizing and approving related matters.
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  9. Passed
    Emergency Ordinance

    AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE Authorizing the issuance and sale of water revenue obligations in an aggregate principal amount not to exceed $90,000,000 for the purpose of paying costs of improvements to the Waterworks System; authorizing supplemental indentures, agreements, documents and actions related to the water revenue obligations; and authorizing and approving related matters.
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  10. Agenda Ready
    Item

    Finance, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee Meeting Notice for September 18, 2023
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