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File #: 202102195    Version: 1
Type: Motion Status: Adopted
File created: 6/10/2021 In control: Cincinnati City Council
On agenda: 6/23/2021 Final action: 6/23/2021
ORD/RES# date: ORD/RES#:
Title: MOTION, submitted by Councilmember Sundermann, Mann and Kearney, WE MOVE the City Administration, working in collaboration with the Cincinnati Police, to prepare a comprehensive report detailing a plan for establishing a new District 5 police station (D5). The current D5 is in a strip mall and was only meant to be temporary, but has been used for 3 years already, with funding intending to continue its use. It does not meet the needs of a police station. D5 shares a parking lot with a convenience food store and a day care. The combination of police cruisers, shoppers, and parents with babies in the parking lot creates possible liability for the city. The city does not own the current location, yet will spend millions of dollars this year to bring it up to code. The establishment of a new D5 is a priority of the Council. This report should include all of the following, and any further criteria deemed relevant and necessary by the City Administration: Timeline for planning, acquiring/buil...
Sponsors: Betsy Sundermann, David Mann, Jan-Michele Kearney
Attachments: 1. Motion - Sundermann

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MOTION, submitted by Councilmember Sundermann, Mann and Kearney, WE MOVE the City Administration, working in collaboration with the Cincinnati Police, to prepare a comprehensive report detailing a plan for establishing a new District 5 police station (D5). The current D5 is in a strip mall and was only meant to be temporary, but has been used for 3 years already, with funding intending to continue its use. It does not meet the needs of a police station. D5 shares a parking lot with a convenience food store and a day care. The combination of police cruisers, shoppers, and parents with babies in the parking lot creates possible liability for the city. The city does not own the current location, yet will spend millions of dollars this year to bring it up to code. The establishment of a new D5 is a priority of the Council. This report should include all of the following, and any further criteria deemed relevant and necessary by the City Administration: Timeline for planning, acquiring/building a station, and when officers will occupy the building, Reasonable and efficient budget, including initial costs and yearly funding, Workable locations. This report will be completed and presented to Council by September 15, 2021, to allow Council and the City to address these needs in the 2022/2023 biennial budget.

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ADOPT