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Meeting Name: Public Safety & Governance Agenda status: Final-revised
Meeting date/time: 2/22/2023 9:30 AM Minutes status: Draft  
Meeting location: Council Chambers, Room 300
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202300625 11.MotionMOTION, submitted by Councilmembers Owens and Johnson, WE MOVE for the City Administration to provide a report within the next thirty (30) days on the feasibility, cost, logistics, and any other necessary analysis on expanding the Cincinnati Police Department’s gun lock distribution program to include the City’s Recreation Centers, Health Facilities, Fire Facilities, and City Hall as locations for distribution. The Administration should also consider community partnerships that will help expand accessibility beyond City Facilities. The report should also address if any additional resources are needed to replenish the supply of gun locks. Based on the availability of City resources, the report should also include recommendations for how to prioritize which facilities received gun locks for distribution, with a particular focus on access to resources in the Top 10 neighborhoods for gun violence. (STATEMENT ATTACHED)   Not available Not available
202300645 12.MotionMOTION, submitted by Councilmember Walsh and Owens, WE MOVE for the Administration to engage with business owners who operate in the area around Green and Pleasant Streets in Over-the-Rhine, who may be impacted by the expansion of the residential parking permit program approved by Ordinance No. 362-2022 (Attachment A). This community engagement should be carried out alongside the recommendations that will be submitted in response to Motion No. 2022-02004 (Attachment B). The value and history that Findlay Market plays in the fabric of the small business community in Cincinnati cannot be measured. The businesses that set up shop there are crucial to the vibrant energy that Findlay has created. We must ensure that these small businesses have access from citizens who use all modes of transportation to come and shop.   Not available Not available
202300606 13.OrdinanceORDINANCE (EMERGENCY) submitted by Sheryl M. M. Long, City Manager, on 2/15/2023, MODIFYING the salary range schedule for the classification of Municipal Worker by amending existing Section 932 of Division 4, Chapter 307 of the Cincinnati Municipal Code, in order to establish a new salary range schedule for said classification.   Not available Not available
202300690 14.PresentationPRESENTATION, dated 2/21/2023, submitted by Vice Mayor Kearney, regarding the Proposed Regional Safety Complex.   Not available Not available