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Meeting Name: Cincinnati City Council Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 9/7/2023 2:00 PM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: Council Chambers, Room 300
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202301967 11.ReappointmentREAPPOINTMENT, submitted by Mayor Aftab Pureval, I hereby reappoint Mia Sears to the Human Services Advisory Committee for a term of three years. This appointment is submitted to City Council for its advice and consent pursuant to its Rules. (Female/African American)Held one week pursuant to rule of council  Action details Not available
202301968 12.ReappointmentREAPPOINTMENT, submitted by Mayor Aftab Pureval, I hereby reappoint Kristin Goins to the Human Services Advisory Committee for a term of three years. This appointment is submitted to City Council for its advice and consent pursuant to its Rules. (Female/African American)Held one week pursuant to rule of council  Action details Not available
202301969 13.ReappointmentREAPPOINTMENT, submitted by Mayor Aftab Pureval, I hereby reappoint Leslie Rich to the Human Services Advisory Committee for a term of three years. This appointment is submitted to City Council for its advice and consent pursuant to its Rules. (Female/White)Held one week pursuant to rule of council  Action details Not available
202301970 14.ReappointmentREAPPOINTMENT, submitted by Mayor Aftab Pureval, I hereby reappoint Lauren Merten to the Human Services Advisory Committee for a term of three years. This appointment is submitted to City Council for its advice and consent pursuant to its Rules. (Female/White)Held one week pursuant to rule of council  Action details Not available
202301971 15.ReappointmentREAPPOINTMENT, submitted by Mayor Aftab Pureval, I hereby reappoint Venita Dell to the Human Services Advisory Committee for a term of three years. This appointment is submitted to City Council for its advice and consent pursuant to its Rules. (Female/African American)Held one week pursuant to rule of council  Action details Not available
202301972 16.ReappointmentREAPPOINTMENT, submitted by Mayor Aftab Pureval, I hereby reappoint LaShaunda Ewing to the Human Services Advisory Committee for a term of three years. This appointment is submitted to City Council for its advice and consent pursuant to its Rules. (Female/African American)Held one week pursuant to rule of council  Action details Not available
202301976 17.AppointmentAPPOINTMENT, submitted by Mayor Aftab Pureval, I hereby appoint Vice Mayor Jan-Michele Lemon Kearney to serve as the city’s representative of the Cincinnati Youth Collaborative (CYC) board for a term concurrent with her time on City Council. This appointment is submitted to City Council for its advice and consent pursuant to its Rules. (Female/African American)Held one week pursuant to rule of council  Action details Not available
202301977 18.ReappointmentREAPPOINTMENT, submitted by Mayor Aftab Pureval, I hereby reappoint Sandra Mosley to the Woodward Trust for a term expiring on March 31, 2026. This appointment is submitted to City Council for its advice and consent pursuant to its Rules. (Female/African American)Held one week pursuant to rule of council  Action details Not available
202301947 19.ResolutionRESOLUTION, submitted by Councilmember Johnson, from Emily Smart Woerner, City Solicitor, RECOGNIZING Lauren Barnes for extraordinary athleticism in the sport of track and field and EXPRESSING the appreciation of the Mayor and Council for Ms. Barnes’ selfless contributions to her community.PassedPass Action details Not available
202301981 110.ResolutionRESOLUTION, submitted by Councilmember Johnson, from Emily Smart Woerner, City Solicitor, RECOGNIZING Reverend Mark Pruden for 41 years as Chaplain for the Cincinnati Police Department and EXPRESSING the appreciation of the Mayor and the Council of the City of Cincinnati for his exemplary service as Police Clergy for the City of Cincinnati.PassedPass Action details Not available
202301902 111.MotionMOTION, submitted by Vice Mayor Kearney, WE MOVE that the Department of Planning and Community Engagement waive the $1,500 fee for First Baptist Church of Walnut Hills’ application for historical landmark designation. (STATEMENT ATTACHED)Referred to Equitable Growth & Housing Committee  Action details Not available
202301910 112.MotionMOTION, submitted by Vice Mayor Kearney, WE MOVE that the Administration provide a report within 60 days on our Cincinnati Fire Department’s preparedness to treat electric vehicle fires. The report should include whether we can transport sufficient amounts of water and what alternative treatments we have, as well as what we need to acquire. (STATEMENT ATTACHED).Referred to Public Safety & Governance Committee  Action details Not available
202301946 113.OrdinanceORDINANCE (EMERGENCY), submitted by Vice Mayor Kearney, from Emily Smart Woerner, City Solicitor, DECLARING that Goethe Street at Sycamore Street in the Mt. Auburn neighborhood shall hereby receive the honorary, secondary name of “City Gospel Mission Courage Way” in honor of City Gospel Mission and in recognition of its 99 years as a staple of the Cincinnati community, working to stop the cycle of poverty and despair one life at a time.Referred to Healthy Neighborhoods Committee  Action details Not available
202301889 114.MotionMOTION, submitted by Councilmember Owens, WE HEREBY MOVE for the City Administration to provide an updated Street Rehabilitation Program Report, which was last conducted in 2012. The report should, at a minimum: Outline how many city dollars have been allocated and grant funds have been secured in each of the last five years, List the streets that have been entirely rehabilitated in each of the last five years, organized by neighborhood, and include the funding and its source (grant, City budget, etc.). (BALANCE ON FILE IN THE CLERK’S OFFICE) (STATEMENT ATTACHED)Referred to Climate, Environment & Infrastructure Committee  Action details Not available
202301948 115.OrdinanceORDINANCE, submitted by Councilmember Owens, from Emily Smart Woerner, City Solicitor, MODIFYING the provisions of Chapter 871, “Landlord-Tenant Relationships,’ of the Cincinnati Municipal Code by ORDAINING new Section 871-10, “Unlawful Eviction Prohibited” to affirm the rights and protections afforded to residential tenants, including their rights to be free from unlawful practices and to secure damages from landlords engaged in unlawful eviction practices.Referred to Equitable Growth & Housing Committee  Action details Not available
202301979 116.MotionMOTION, submitted by Councilmembers Cramerding and Jeffreys, WE MOVE that the administration prepare a report and compile data within 90 days regarding the property maintenance code enforcement program. The report should first outline the process that a complaint goes through to result in an order against a property owner, and provide summary data on the caseload, including but not limited to the percentage of complaints that result in orders. (BALANCE ON FILE IN THE CLERK’S OFFICE) (STATEMENT ATTACHED)Referred to Equitable Growth & Housing Committee  Action details Not available
202301877 117.ReportREPORT, dated 9/7/2023, submitted by Sheryl M. M. Long, City Manager, regarding Special Event Permit Application for Holy Name Procession.Filed  Action details Not available
202301878 118.ReportREPORT, dated 9/7/2023, submitted by Sheryl M. M. Long, City Manager, regarding Special Event Permit Application for Pink Ribbon - Brady Music Center 2023.Filed  Action details Not available
202301879 119.ReportREPORT, dated 9/7/2023, submitted by Sheryl M. M. Long, City Manager, regarding Special Event Permit Application for Homecoming 2023.Filed  Action details Not available
202301890 120.ReportREPORT, dated 9/7/2023, submitted by Sheryl M. M. Long, City Manager, regarding Special Event Permit Application for Open West Vandalia.Filed  Action details Not available
202301891 121.ReportREPORT, dated 9/7/2023 submitted by Sheryl M. M. Long, City Manager, on a communication from the State of Ohio, Division of Liquor Control, advising of a permit application for Pata Roja Taqueria LLC, 52 E Court Street. (#6675133, D5J, New) [Objections: None]Filed  Action details Not available
202301892 122.ReportREPORT, dated 9/7/2023 submitted by Sheryl M. M. Long, City Manager, on a communication from the State of Ohio, Division of Liquor Control, advising of a permit application for J Monroes LLC, DBA Hathaways Diner, 25 W Fifth Street. (#4183500, D3, New) [Objections: None]Filed  Action details Not available
202301897 123.ReportREPORT, dated 9/7/2023, submitted by Sheryl M. M. Long, City Manager, regarding Special Event Permit Application for KPM Employee Appreciation and Celebration.Filed  Action details Not available
202301898 124.ReportREPORT, dated 9/7/2023, submitted by Sheryl M. M. Long, City Manager, regarding Special Event Permit Application for Buddy Walk 2023.Filed  Action details Not available
202301899 125.ReportREPORT, dated 9/7/2023 submitted by Sheryl M. M. Long, City Manager, on a communication from the State of Ohio, Division of Liquor Control, advising of a permit application for Snag Delivery Inc, 1565 W. McMillan Street. (#83177270015, C1 C2, New) [Objections: Yes]Filed  Action details Not available
202301903 126.ReportREPORT, dated 9/7/2023 submitted by Sheryl M. M. Long, City Manager, on a communication from the State of Ohio, Division of Liquor Control, advising of a permit application for Nation Banks LLC, 175 Joe Nuxhall Way. (#6815600, D5J, New) [Objections: None]Filed  Action details Not available
202301914 127.ReportREPORT, dated 9/7/2023, submitted Sheryl M. M. Long, City Manager, regarding the Cincinnati Retirement System CY2022 Annual Report.Referred to Budget & Finance Committee  Action details Not available
202301915 128.ReportREPORT, dated 9/7/2023 submitted by Sheryl M. M. Long, City Manager, on a communication from the State of Ohio, Division of Liquor Control, advising of a permit application for Bees Barbecue LLC, DBA Bees Barbecue, 1403 Vine Street. (#0574170, D5 D6, Transfer) [Objections: None]Filed  Action details Not available
202301916 129.ReportREPORT, dated 9/7/2023, submitted Sheryl M. M. Long, City Manager, Average Fire Department Response Times by Neighborhood.Referred to Public Safety & Governance Committee  Action details Not available
202301917 130.OrdinanceORDINANCE submitted by Sheryl M. M. Long, City Manager, on 9/7/2023, ESTABLISHING Urban Parking Overlay District #4, “Oakley,” in the Oakley neighborhood as an urban parking overlay district to eliminate off-street parking requirements in certain designated areas. (Subject to the Temporary Prohibition List )Referred to Equitable Growth & Housing Committee  Action details Not available
202301918 131.ReportREPORT, dated 9/7/2023 submitted by Sheryl M. M. Long, City Manager, on a communication from the State of Ohio, Division of Liquor Control, advising of a permit application for Allez Bakery LLC, DBA Aleez Café, 1201 Main Street. (#0133049, D5J, New) [Objections: None]Filed  Action details Not available
202301919 132.ReportREPORT, dated 9/7/2023 submitted by Sheryl M. M. Long, City Manager, on a communication from the State of Ohio, Division of Liquor Control, advising of a permit application for Jet LG 1 LLC, DBA Ramundos, 2210 Beechmont Avenue. (#42858450005, D5J, New) [Objections: None]Filed  Action details Not available
202301920 133.ReportREPORT, dated 9/7/2023 submitted by Sheryl M. M. Long, City Manager, on a communication from the State of Ohio, Division of Liquor Control, advising of a permit application for Cosmopolitan Hall LLC, DBA MOTR Pub, 1345 Main Street. (#17514610010, D5J, New) [Objections: None]Filed  Action details Not available
202301922 134.ReportREPORT, dated 9/7/2023, submitted by Sheryl M. M. Long, City Manager, regarding Special Event Permit Application for Doritos Late Night Tour.Filed  Action details Not available
202301923 135.ReportREPORT, dated 9/7/2023 submitted by Sheryl M. M. Long, City Manager, on a communication from the State of Ohio, Division of Liquor Control, advising of a permit application for Keystone University Square LLC, DBA Keystones Mac Shack, 2612-2614 Short Vine Street. (#46185600005, D5J, New) [Objections: None]Filed  Action details Not available
202301924 136.ReportREPORT, dated 9/7/2023 submitted by Sheryl M. M. Long, City Manager, on a communication from the State of Ohio, Division of Liquor Control, advising of a permit application for Fairmont Stop & Shop LLC, DBA Fairmont Stop & Shop, 1932 Harrison Avenue. (#2598968, C1 C2, New) [Objections: None]Filed  Action details Not available
202301927 137.ReportREPORT, dated 9/7/2023, submitted by Sheryl M. M. Long, City Manager, regarding Special Event Permit Application for 34th Annual Reindog Parade.Filed  Action details Not available
202301928 138.OrdinanceORDINANCE submitted by Sheryl M. M. Long, City Manager, on 9/7/2023, AMENDING the official zoning map of the City of Cincinnati to rezone certain real properties located in and around the Lick Run Greenway Corridor. (Subject to the Temporary Prohibition List )Referred to Equitable Growth & Housing Committee  Action details Not available
202301929 139.ReportREPORT, dated 9/7/2023 submitted by Sheryl M. M. Long, City Manager, on a communication from the State of Ohio, Division of Liquor Control, advising of a permit application for Kikimart LLC, DBA Daruma, 31 E. Court Street. (#4652333, D5J, New) [Objections: None]Filed  Action details Not available
202301930 140.ReportREPORT, dated 9/7/2023 submitted by Sheryl M. M. Long, City Manager, on a communication from the State of Ohio, Division of Liquor Control, advising of a permit application for G2 Coffee Lounge & Bistro LLC, 151 W 4th Street. (#2975606, D2, New) [Objections: None]Filed  Action details Not available
202301931 141.ReportREPORT, dated 9/7/2023 submitted by Sheryl M. M. Long, City Manager, on a communication from the State of Ohio, Division of Liquor Control, advising of a permit application for Roselawn Carryout LLC, 7731 Reading Road, Unit B1. (#7523535, C1 C2 D6, Transfer) [Objections: Yes]Filed  Action details Not available
202301949 142.OrdinanceORDINANCE (EMERGENCY) submitted by Sheryl M. M. Long, City Manager, on 9/7/2023, MODIFYING, Chapter 307, “Classified Compensation Schedules,” of the Cincinnati Municipal Code by AMENDING Section 867 of Division D0C to increase the salary range schedule for the position of Building and Grounds Maintenance Crew Leader.Referred to Public Safety & Governance Committee  Action details Not available
202301950 143.OrdinanceORDINANCE (EMERGENCY) submitted by Sheryl M. M. Long, City Manager, on 9/7/2023, AMENDING Ordinance No. 132-2018, which established Fund No. 437, “Wasson Way Trail Donations,” to change the name of the fund to “City Trails,” and to expand the purpose of the fund to enable the City to receive and expend funds, including but not limited to grants, donations, settlements, fees, lease payments, and other sources of funding, in support of the maintenance, projects, and needs of the entire City trail network.Referred to Budget & Finance Committee  Action details Not available
202301952 144.OrdinanceORDINANCE (EMERGENCY) submitted by Sheryl M. M. Long, City Manager, on 9/7/2023, ESTABLISHING the salary schedule and classification title for the classification of Fire Personal Protective Equipment Specialist by enacting Section 309 of Division 1, Chapter 307 of the Cincinnati Municipal Code, in order to establish a new salary schedule and classification title of Fire Personal Protective Equipment Specialist, consistent with the organizational changes described herein.Referred to Public Safety & Governance Committee  Action details Not available
202301955 145.OrdinanceORDINANCE (EMERGENCY) submitted by Sheryl M. M. Long, City Manager, on 9/7/2023, AUTHORIZING the expenditure of funds for purchasing inexpensive paper products, such as paper plates and bowls, disposable cups, paper towels, tissues, napkins, and cutlery, and cleaning supplies such as dish soap, dish sponges, and sanitizer for use by City employees while at work at City facilities; AUTHORIZING the City Manager to establish rules and regulations specifying the circumstances in which the City may expend funds for such purposes, as well as controls to ensure the appropriate expenditure of such funds; and further DECLARING that such expenditures serve a public purpose.Referred to Budget & Finance Committee  Action details Not available
202301956 146.OrdinanceORDINANCE submitted by Sheryl M. M. Long, City Manager, on 9/7/2023, AUTHORIZING the City Manager to take all necessary and proper actions to cooperate with the Director of the Ohio Department of Transportation to facilitate the performance of traffic control operations associated with maintenance activities for bridges located on United States Route 50 in connection with the Ohio Department of Transportation’s maintenance project in the City of Cincinnati.Referred to Climate, Environment & Infrastructure Committee  Action details Not available
202301957 147.OrdinanceORDINANCE submitted by Sheryl M. M. Long, City Manager, on 9/7/2023, MODIFYING Chapter 321, “Procurement and Disposal of Supplies, Services and Construction,” of the Cincinnati Municipal Code by AMENDING Section 321-7, “Procurement Statutes Declared Inoperative.”Referred to Public Safety & Governance Committee  Action details Not available
202301961 148.OrdinanceORDINANCE (EMERGENCY) submitted by Sheryl M. M. Long, City Manager, on 9/7/2023, ESTABLISHING new capital improvement program project account no. 980x233x242367, “Maintenance Fund for Bridges 2022-2026,” for the purpose of maintaining and repairing Hamilton County-owned bridges and viaducts located within the City; AUTHORIZING the City Manager to accept and appropriate annual Municipal Road Fund allocations of up to $1,000,000 from the Board of Hamilton County Commissioners, totaling up to $5,000,000 for program years 2022 through 2026 (the “2022-2026 MRF Allocations”), in accordance with the bridge maintenance agreement entered into between the City and Hamilton County; and AUTHORIZING the Finance Director to deposit the 2022-2026 MRF Allocations into capital improvement program project account no. 980x233x242367, “Maintenance Road Fund for Bridges 2022-2026.”Referred to Budget & Finance Committee  Action details Not available
202301962 149.OrdinanceORDINANCE submitted by Sheryl M. M. Long, City Manager, on 9/7/2023, AUTHORIZING the City Manager to accept a donation of up to $338,400 from the Cincinnati Park Board Commissioners’ Fund to fund various activities set forth herein; AUTHORIZING the Director of Finance to deposit the donated funds into Parks Private Endowment and Donations Fund 430; AUTHORIZING the transfer and appropriation of $220,000 from Parks Private Endowment and Donations Fund 430 to existing capital improvement program project account no. 980x203x182015, “Lytle Park Improvements,” to renovate the comfort station, update and augment the lighting along 4th Street, and enact a safety bump out in the curb that will improve pedestrian safety and accessibility to the improved corridor at Lytle Park; AUTHORIZING the transfer and appropriation of $73,850 from Parks Private Endowment and Donations Fund 430 to existing capital improvement program project account no. 980x203x222011, “Smale Riverfront Park Water Feature Repairs,” to restore the Pichler Fountain recirculation tank; AUTHORIZING the transfer and appropriatioReferred to Budget & Finance Committee  Action details Not available
202301964 150.OrdinanceORDINANCE (EMERGENCY) submitted by Sheryl M. M. Long, City Manager, on 9/7/2023, APPROVING AND AUTHORIZING the City Manager to execute a Community Reinvestment Area Tax Exemption Agreement with So Much Better, LLC, thereby authorizing an eight-year tax exemption for 100 percent of the value of improvements made to real property located at 635 Main Street in the Central Business District of Cincinnati, in connection with the remodeling of an existing building into approximately 1,920 square feet of commercial space and 1,720 square feet of office space, at a total construction cost of approximately $557,501.Referred to Budget & Finance Committee  Action details Not available
202301980 151.OrdinanceORDINANCE (EMERGENCY) submitted by Sheryl M. M. Long, City Manager, on 9/7/2023, REPEALING existing Chapter 324, “Minority and Women Business Enterprise Program,” of the Cincinnati Municipal Code, and ORDAINING in its place new Chapter 324, “Minority and Women Business Enterprise Program.”Referred to Budget & Finance Committee  Action details Not available
202301895 152.PetitionPETITION, submitted by the Clerk of Council, from Mary Partee, Rev. Daniel Hughes, Margaret Fox, LaTonya Springs, Jennifer Arens and Josh Spring, in regard to a Charter a of the City of Cincinnati amendment to be placed on the November 7, 2023, ballot regarding Article VIII. Taxation and Finance, Section 6d. Affordable Housing Opportunities for Senior Citizens, Families with Children, People with Disabilities, and other people with Middle to Low Incomes.Filed  Action details Not available
202301900 153.SuccessorSUCCESSOR (UPDATE), submitted by the Clerk of Council that the Successor Designation Certificate for Vice Mayor Jan-Michele Lemon Kearney was received.Filed  Action details Not available
202301901 154.RegistrationREGISTRATION (UPDATE), submitted by the Clerk of Council from Legislative Agent Marilyn Hyland, Marketing Strategy and Lobbyist, 7100 Drake Road, Cincinnati, OH 45243. (Imperial Theatre - Mohawk Arts Center)Filed  Action details Not available
202301911 155.RegistrationREGISTRATION, submitted by the Clerk of Council from Legislative Agent Colleen Reynolds, Government Affairs, Partner, 225 E Fifth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio 45202. (MARKETPLACE EVENTS)Filed  Action details Not available
202301912 156.RegistrationREGISTRATION, submitted by the Clerk of Council from Legislative Agent Annalese Cahill., Government Affairs, Government Relations Associate, 225 E Fifth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio 45202. (MARKETPLACE EVENTS)Filed  Action details Not available
202301913 157.RegistrationREGISTRATION, submitted by the Clerk of Council from Legislative Agent Matt Davis, Government Affairs, President, 225 E Fifth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio 45202. (MARKETPLACE EVENTS)Filed  Action details Not available
202301925 158.RegistrationREGISTRATION, submitted by the Clerk of Council from Legislative Agent Sonya Singla Jindal Tork, Attorney, Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP, 425 Walnut Street, Suite 1800, Cincinnati, Ohio 45202.Filed  Action details Not available
202301966 159.CommunicationCOMMUNICATION, submitted by the Clerk of Council from Sherry L. Poland, Director of Elections, Hamilton County, Ohio verifying 6,181 valid signatures on a Petition for Submission of Proposed Amendment to Charter - Petition #23-500, an amendment to the charter of the City of Cincinnati.Filed  Action details Not available
202301978 160.Registration-UpdateREGISTRATION (UPDATE), submitted by the Clerk of Council from Legislative Agent George Glover, Managing Director, Focused Capitol Solutions, 425 Walnut Street, Suite 1800, Cincinnati, Ohio 45202.Filed  Action details Not available
202301856 161.ReportREPORT, dated 8/2/2023, submitted Sheryl M. M. Long, City Manager, regarding the Department of Finance Reports for the Month Ended May 31, 2023.Approved & Filed  Action details Not available
202301876 162.MotionMOTION, submitted by Councilmembers Cramerding and Harris, WE MOVE that the administration prepare a report within the next thirty (30) days on the financial implications of the sale of the Cincinnati Southern Railway to Norfolk Southern, pending approval from Cincinnati voters. The report should address the possible spending opportunities for these funds, including the extent to which these funds can be used to remedy the City’s outstanding $500 million of critical failing infrastructure, the City’s operating budget, and the City’s pension liability. It should consider these challenges to our city budget as well as others that impede attaining a structurally balanced budget. It should also address how the spending of these funds is restricted and what they cannot be used for. (STATEMENT ATTACHED)AdoptedPass Action details Not available
202301940 163.OrdinanceORDINANCE submitted by Sheryl M. M. Long, City Manager, on 9/5/2023, AUTHORIZING the City Manager to apply for a Resilience Improvements grant of up to $10,200,000 from the United States Department of Transportation, Promoting Resilient Operations for Transformative, Efficient, and Cost-Saving Transportation (PROTECT) grant program (ALN 20.205) to provide resources to ensure surface transportation resilience to natural hazards including improving the safety of City streets by addressing numerous landslide and retaining wall failures in City neighborhoods.PassedPass Action details Not available
202301940 1 OrdinanceORDINANCE submitted by Sheryl M. M. Long, City Manager, on 9/5/2023, AUTHORIZING the City Manager to apply for a Resilience Improvements grant of up to $10,200,000 from the United States Department of Transportation, Promoting Resilient Operations for Transformative, Efficient, and Cost-Saving Transportation (PROTECT) grant program (ALN 20.205) to provide resources to ensure surface transportation resilience to natural hazards including improving the safety of City streets by addressing numerous landslide and retaining wall failures in City neighborhoods.Suspension of the three readingsPass Action details Not available
202301934 164.OrdinanceORDINANCE, submitted by Sheryl M. M. Long, City Manager, on 9/5/2023, AUTHORIZING the City Manager to apply for, accept, and appropriate a grant of up to $10,000 from the Ohio Department of Health Capacity Building for Healthy Eating and Active Living program to assist the Cincinnati Health Department in supporting local communities to build capacity for healthy eating and active living policy, systems, and environmental change strategies; and AUTHORIZING the Director of Finance to deposit the grant funds into Public Health Research Fund 350x8536.PassedPass Action details Not available
202301934 1 OrdinanceORDINANCE, submitted by Sheryl M. M. Long, City Manager, on 9/5/2023, AUTHORIZING the City Manager to apply for, accept, and appropriate a grant of up to $10,000 from the Ohio Department of Health Capacity Building for Healthy Eating and Active Living program to assist the Cincinnati Health Department in supporting local communities to build capacity for healthy eating and active living policy, systems, and environmental change strategies; and AUTHORIZING the Director of Finance to deposit the grant funds into Public Health Research Fund 350x8536.Suspension of the three readingsPass Action details Not available
202301942 165.OrdinanceORDINANCE, submitted by Sheryl M. M. Long, City Manager, on 9/5/2023, AUTHORIZING the City Manager to apply for, accept, and appropriate a grant of up to $190,650 from the Ohio Department of Health, Bureau of Maternal, Child and Family Health, and its “Cribs for Kids” program to purchase and distribute cribs in Hamilton County, educate families about safe sleep practices, and conduct a safe sleep assessment; and AUTHORIZING the Director of Finance to deposit the grant funds into Public Health Research Fund 350x8536.PassedPass Action details Not available
202301942 1 OrdinanceORDINANCE, submitted by Sheryl M. M. Long, City Manager, on 9/5/2023, AUTHORIZING the City Manager to apply for, accept, and appropriate a grant of up to $190,650 from the Ohio Department of Health, Bureau of Maternal, Child and Family Health, and its “Cribs for Kids” program to purchase and distribute cribs in Hamilton County, educate families about safe sleep practices, and conduct a safe sleep assessment; and AUTHORIZING the Director of Finance to deposit the grant funds into Public Health Research Fund 350x8536.Suspension of the three readingsPass Action details Not available
202301937 166.OrdinanceORDINANCE, submitted by Sheryl M. M. Long, City Manager, on 9/5/2023, AUTHORIZING the City Manager to apply for, accept, and appropriate a grant of up to $100,000 from the Ohio Department of Health Safety Net Dental Care Program to assist the Cincinnati Health Department with covering uncompensated care for uninsured Cincinnati residents through age 21 and women up to age 45 who are at high risk for dental disease and lack access to care; and AUTHORIZING the Finance Director to deposit the grant funds into Public Health Research Fund 350x8536.PassedPass Action details Not available
202301937 1 OrdinanceORDINANCE, submitted by Sheryl M. M. Long, City Manager, on 9/5/2023, AUTHORIZING the City Manager to apply for, accept, and appropriate a grant of up to $100,000 from the Ohio Department of Health Safety Net Dental Care Program to assist the Cincinnati Health Department with covering uncompensated care for uninsured Cincinnati residents through age 21 and women up to age 45 who are at high risk for dental disease and lack access to care; and AUTHORIZING the Finance Director to deposit the grant funds into Public Health Research Fund 350x8536.Suspension of the three readingsPass Action details Not available
202301932 167.OrdinanceORDINANCE, submitted by Sheryl M. M. Long, City Manager, on 9/5/2023, AUTHORIZING the City Manager to apply for, accept, and appropriate a subgrant of up to $149,000 from the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services for Refugee Support Services (ALN 93.566) to provide patient navigation, coordination, documentation, communication, and education support for up to 288 eligible refugees; and AUTHORIZING the Director of Finance to deposit the grant funds into Public Health Research Fund, account no. 350x8556.PassedPass Action details Not available
202301932 1 OrdinanceORDINANCE, submitted by Sheryl M. M. Long, City Manager, on 9/5/2023, AUTHORIZING the City Manager to apply for, accept, and appropriate a subgrant of up to $149,000 from the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services for Refugee Support Services (ALN 93.566) to provide patient navigation, coordination, documentation, communication, and education support for up to 288 eligible refugees; and AUTHORIZING the Director of Finance to deposit the grant funds into Public Health Research Fund, account no. 350x8556.Suspension of the three readingsPass Action details Not available
202301941 168.OrdinanceORDINANCE (EMERGENCY), submitted by Sheryl M. M. Long, City Manager, on 9/5/2023, AUTHORIZING the City Manager to apply for, accept, and appropriate a grant of up to $2,000 from the State of Ohio Department of Development’s TechCred Credential Reimbursement Program for eligible costs incurred by the Cincinnati Police Department in providing its employees with technology-focused credentials; and AUTHORIZING the Director of Finance to deposit the grant funds into General Fund revenue account no. 050x8533.Passed EmergencyPass Action details Not available
202301941 1 OrdinanceORDINANCE (EMERGENCY), submitted by Sheryl M. M. Long, City Manager, on 9/5/2023, AUTHORIZING the City Manager to apply for, accept, and appropriate a grant of up to $2,000 from the State of Ohio Department of Development’s TechCred Credential Reimbursement Program for eligible costs incurred by the Cincinnati Police Department in providing its employees with technology-focused credentials; and AUTHORIZING the Director of Finance to deposit the grant funds into General Fund revenue account no. 050x8533.Emergency clause to remainPass Action details Not available
202301941 1 OrdinanceORDINANCE (EMERGENCY), submitted by Sheryl M. M. Long, City Manager, on 9/5/2023, AUTHORIZING the City Manager to apply for, accept, and appropriate a grant of up to $2,000 from the State of Ohio Department of Development’s TechCred Credential Reimbursement Program for eligible costs incurred by the Cincinnati Police Department in providing its employees with technology-focused credentials; and AUTHORIZING the Director of Finance to deposit the grant funds into General Fund revenue account no. 050x8533.Suspension of the three readingsPass Action details Not available
202301943 169.OrdinanceORDINANCE (EMERGENCY), submitted by Sheryl M. M. Long, City Manager, on 9/5/2023, AUTHORIZING the City Manager to apply for, accept, and appropriate a grant from the Ohio Emergency Management Agency of up to $801,503 to provide resources for the recruitment and retention of new firefighters for the Cincinnati Fire Department; and AUTHORIZING the Director of Finance to deposit the grant resources into Fire Grant Fund 472, revenue account no. 472x8522.Passed EmergencyPass Action details Not available
202301943 1 OrdinanceORDINANCE (EMERGENCY), submitted by Sheryl M. M. Long, City Manager, on 9/5/2023, AUTHORIZING the City Manager to apply for, accept, and appropriate a grant from the Ohio Emergency Management Agency of up to $801,503 to provide resources for the recruitment and retention of new firefighters for the Cincinnati Fire Department; and AUTHORIZING the Director of Finance to deposit the grant resources into Fire Grant Fund 472, revenue account no. 472x8522.Emergency clause to remainPass Action details Not available
202301943 1 OrdinanceORDINANCE (EMERGENCY), submitted by Sheryl M. M. Long, City Manager, on 9/5/2023, AUTHORIZING the City Manager to apply for, accept, and appropriate a grant from the Ohio Emergency Management Agency of up to $801,503 to provide resources for the recruitment and retention of new firefighters for the Cincinnati Fire Department; and AUTHORIZING the Director of Finance to deposit the grant resources into Fire Grant Fund 472, revenue account no. 472x8522.Suspension of the three readingsPass Action details Not available
202301944 170.OrdinanceORDINANCE, submitted by Sheryl M. M. Long, City Manager, on 9/5/2023, authorizing the City Manager to apply for a grant from the United States Department of Homeland Security, Federal Emergency Management Agency, FY 2023 Homeland Security Grant Program, Urban Area Security Initiative (ALN 97.067) (the “UASI Grant”); and AUTHORIZING the City Manager to accept the transfer of equipment and supplies valued at up to $425,000 from the Hamilton County Emergency Management Agency, which acts as the regional fiscal agent for the UASI Grant.PassedPass Action details Not available
202301944 1 OrdinanceORDINANCE, submitted by Sheryl M. M. Long, City Manager, on 9/5/2023, authorizing the City Manager to apply for a grant from the United States Department of Homeland Security, Federal Emergency Management Agency, FY 2023 Homeland Security Grant Program, Urban Area Security Initiative (ALN 97.067) (the “UASI Grant”); and AUTHORIZING the City Manager to accept the transfer of equipment and supplies valued at up to $425,000 from the Hamilton County Emergency Management Agency, which acts as the regional fiscal agent for the UASI Grant.Suspension of the three readingsPass Action details Not available
202301936 171.OrdinanceORDINANCE, submitted by Sheryl M. M. Long, City Manager, on 9/5/2023, authorizing the City Manager to apply for a grant from the United States Department of Homeland Security, Federal Emergency Management Agency, FY 2022 Homeland Security Grant Program, Urban Area Security Initiative (ALN 97.067) (the “UASI Grant”); and AUTHORIZING the City Manager to accept the transfer of equipment and supplies valued at up to $251,247.50 from the Hamilton County Emergency Management Agency, which acts as the regional fiscal agent for the UASI Grant.PassedPass Action details Not available
202301936 1 OrdinanceORDINANCE, submitted by Sheryl M. M. Long, City Manager, on 9/5/2023, authorizing the City Manager to apply for a grant from the United States Department of Homeland Security, Federal Emergency Management Agency, FY 2022 Homeland Security Grant Program, Urban Area Security Initiative (ALN 97.067) (the “UASI Grant”); and AUTHORIZING the City Manager to accept the transfer of equipment and supplies valued at up to $251,247.50 from the Hamilton County Emergency Management Agency, which acts as the regional fiscal agent for the UASI Grant.Suspension of the three readingsPass Action details Not available
202301938 172.OrdinanceORDINANCE, submitted by Sheryl M. M. Long, City Manager, on 9/5/2023, AUTHORIZING the City Manager to apply for, accept, and appropriate a Fiscal Year 2021 State Homeland Security Program Grant (ALN 97.067) of up to $41,872 from the United States Department of Homeland Security, Federal Emergency Management Agency, administered by the State of Ohio Department of Public Safety, Ohio Emergency Management Agency, to purchase personal radiation detectors; and AUTHORIZING the Director of Finance to deposit the grant resources into Fire Grant Fund 472, revenue account no. 472x8542.PassedPass Action details Not available
202301938 1 OrdinanceORDINANCE, submitted by Sheryl M. M. Long, City Manager, on 9/5/2023, AUTHORIZING the City Manager to apply for, accept, and appropriate a Fiscal Year 2021 State Homeland Security Program Grant (ALN 97.067) of up to $41,872 from the United States Department of Homeland Security, Federal Emergency Management Agency, administered by the State of Ohio Department of Public Safety, Ohio Emergency Management Agency, to purchase personal radiation detectors; and AUTHORIZING the Director of Finance to deposit the grant resources into Fire Grant Fund 472, revenue account no. 472x8542.Suspension of the three readingsPass Action details Not available
202301939 173.OrdinanceORDINANCE (EMERGENCY), submitted by Sheryl M. M. Long, City Manager, on 9/5/2023, AUTHORIZING the City Manager to accept an in-kind donation of used fire gear from the Toledo Department of Fire and Rescue valued at $0 to be used by the Cincinnati Fire Department’s Rapid Assistance Team training program.Passed EmergencyPass Action details Not available
202301939 1 OrdinanceORDINANCE (EMERGENCY), submitted by Sheryl M. M. Long, City Manager, on 9/5/2023, AUTHORIZING the City Manager to accept an in-kind donation of used fire gear from the Toledo Department of Fire and Rescue valued at $0 to be used by the Cincinnati Fire Department’s Rapid Assistance Team training program.Emergency clause to remainPass Action details Not available
202301939 1 OrdinanceORDINANCE (EMERGENCY), submitted by Sheryl M. M. Long, City Manager, on 9/5/2023, AUTHORIZING the City Manager to accept an in-kind donation of used fire gear from the Toledo Department of Fire and Rescue valued at $0 to be used by the Cincinnati Fire Department’s Rapid Assistance Team training program.Suspension of the three readingsPass Action details Not available
202301935 174.OrdinanceORDINANCE (EMERGENCY), submitted by Sheryl M. M. Long, City Manager, on 9/5/2023, AUTHORIZING a payment of $3,974.40 to Axon Enterprise for outstanding charges related to annual servicing of TASER equipment provided to the Cincinnati Fire Department, to be paid from Cincinnati Fire Department General Fund non-personnel operating budget account no. 050x272x3400x7253 pursuant to the attached certificate from the Director of Finance.Passed EmergencyPass Action details Not available
202301935 1 OrdinanceORDINANCE (EMERGENCY), submitted by Sheryl M. M. Long, City Manager, on 9/5/2023, AUTHORIZING a payment of $3,974.40 to Axon Enterprise for outstanding charges related to annual servicing of TASER equipment provided to the Cincinnati Fire Department, to be paid from Cincinnati Fire Department General Fund non-personnel operating budget account no. 050x272x3400x7253 pursuant to the attached certificate from the Director of Finance.Emergency clause to remainPass Action details Not available
202301935 1 OrdinanceORDINANCE (EMERGENCY), submitted by Sheryl M. M. Long, City Manager, on 9/5/2023, AUTHORIZING a payment of $3,974.40 to Axon Enterprise for outstanding charges related to annual servicing of TASER equipment provided to the Cincinnati Fire Department, to be paid from Cincinnati Fire Department General Fund non-personnel operating budget account no. 050x272x3400x7253 pursuant to the attached certificate from the Director of Finance.Suspension of the three readingsPass Action details Not available
202301933 175.OrdinanceORDINANCE (EMERGENCY), submitted by Sheryl M. M. Long, City Manager, on 9/5/2023, AUTHORIZING the transfer of the sum of $400,000 within the General Fund, from the non-departmental Lump Sum Payments General Fund personnel operating budget account no. 050x924x7100 to the non-departmental Judgments Against the City General Fund non-personnel operating budget account no. 050x951x7400 for the purpose of realigning and providing funds for the ongoing needs within the non-departmental accounts; AUTHORIZING the transfer of $1,100,000 from the General Fund balance sheet reserve account no. 050x2580, “Reserve for Weather Related Events, Other Emergency and One-Time Needs,” to the unappropriated surplus of the General Fund; and AUTHORIZING the transfer and appropriation of $1,100,000 from the unappropriated surplus of the General Fund to the non-departmental Judgments Against the City General Fund non-personnel operating budget account no. 050x951x7400 for the purpose of providing funds for various settlements and judgments expected to be finalized in FY 2024.Passed EmergencyPass Action details Not available
202301933 1 OrdinanceORDINANCE (EMERGENCY), submitted by Sheryl M. M. Long, City Manager, on 9/5/2023, AUTHORIZING the transfer of the sum of $400,000 within the General Fund, from the non-departmental Lump Sum Payments General Fund personnel operating budget account no. 050x924x7100 to the non-departmental Judgments Against the City General Fund non-personnel operating budget account no. 050x951x7400 for the purpose of realigning and providing funds for the ongoing needs within the non-departmental accounts; AUTHORIZING the transfer of $1,100,000 from the General Fund balance sheet reserve account no. 050x2580, “Reserve for Weather Related Events, Other Emergency and One-Time Needs,” to the unappropriated surplus of the General Fund; and AUTHORIZING the transfer and appropriation of $1,100,000 from the unappropriated surplus of the General Fund to the non-departmental Judgments Against the City General Fund non-personnel operating budget account no. 050x951x7400 for the purpose of providing funds for various settlements and judgments expected to be finalized in FY 2024.Emergency clause to remainPass Action details Not available
202301933 1 OrdinanceORDINANCE (EMERGENCY), submitted by Sheryl M. M. Long, City Manager, on 9/5/2023, AUTHORIZING the transfer of the sum of $400,000 within the General Fund, from the non-departmental Lump Sum Payments General Fund personnel operating budget account no. 050x924x7100 to the non-departmental Judgments Against the City General Fund non-personnel operating budget account no. 050x951x7400 for the purpose of realigning and providing funds for the ongoing needs within the non-departmental accounts; AUTHORIZING the transfer of $1,100,000 from the General Fund balance sheet reserve account no. 050x2580, “Reserve for Weather Related Events, Other Emergency and One-Time Needs,” to the unappropriated surplus of the General Fund; and AUTHORIZING the transfer and appropriation of $1,100,000 from the unappropriated surplus of the General Fund to the non-departmental Judgments Against the City General Fund non-personnel operating budget account no. 050x951x7400 for the purpose of providing funds for various settlements and judgments expected to be finalized in FY 2024.Suspension of the three readingsPass Action details Not available
202301963 176.OrdinanceORDINANCE (EMERGENCY), submitted by Sheryl M. M. Long, City Manager, on 9/5/2023, AMENDING Ordinance No. 228-2012 passed by City Council on June 20, 2012, as previously amended by Ordinance No. 246-2013, Ordinance No. 179-2014, Ordinance No. 272-2015, Ordinance No. 268-2016, Ordinance No. 213-2017, Ordinance No. 244-2018, Ordinance No. 321-2019, Ordinance No. 270-2020, Ordinance No. 311-2021, and Ordinance No. 237-2022 for the purpose of reducing those special assessments levied and to be collected in 2024 (with tax year 2023 property taxes) based upon a report of the administrator for bonds issued by the Port of Greater Cincinnati Development Authority related to the Oakley Station development project.Passed EmergencyPass Action details Not available
202301963 1 OrdinanceORDINANCE (EMERGENCY), submitted by Sheryl M. M. Long, City Manager, on 9/5/2023, AMENDING Ordinance No. 228-2012 passed by City Council on June 20, 2012, as previously amended by Ordinance No. 246-2013, Ordinance No. 179-2014, Ordinance No. 272-2015, Ordinance No. 268-2016, Ordinance No. 213-2017, Ordinance No. 244-2018, Ordinance No. 321-2019, Ordinance No. 270-2020, Ordinance No. 311-2021, and Ordinance No. 237-2022 for the purpose of reducing those special assessments levied and to be collected in 2024 (with tax year 2023 property taxes) based upon a report of the administrator for bonds issued by the Port of Greater Cincinnati Development Authority related to the Oakley Station development project.Emergency clause to remainPass Action details Not available
202301963 1 OrdinanceORDINANCE (EMERGENCY), submitted by Sheryl M. M. Long, City Manager, on 9/5/2023, AMENDING Ordinance No. 228-2012 passed by City Council on June 20, 2012, as previously amended by Ordinance No. 246-2013, Ordinance No. 179-2014, Ordinance No. 272-2015, Ordinance No. 268-2016, Ordinance No. 213-2017, Ordinance No. 244-2018, Ordinance No. 321-2019, Ordinance No. 270-2020, Ordinance No. 311-2021, and Ordinance No. 237-2022 for the purpose of reducing those special assessments levied and to be collected in 2024 (with tax year 2023 property taxes) based upon a report of the administrator for bonds issued by the Port of Greater Cincinnati Development Authority related to the Oakley Station development project.Suspension of the three readingsPass Action details Not available
202301958 177.OrdinanceORDINANCE (EMERGENCY), submitted by Councilmember Keating, from Emily Smart Woerner, City Solicitor, TO SUBMIT to the electors of the City of Cincinnati an amendment to the Charter of the City effective as of the general election of November 2023, to address issues regarding voting and elections for both Mayoral and Council candidates and for Charter amendments, initiatives, and referenda by requiring petition circulators to submit a certified copy of any initiative, referendum, or Charter amendment petition to the Clerk of Council before collecting signatures on the petitions; permitting members of Council to cast their votes by any method that publicly announces their vote; providing a process and timeline for submitting petitions for initiatives and referenda to the Clerk of Council to allow a reasonable time for verification of signatures and drafting necessary ordinances and an opportunity to collect additional signatures on petitions; clarifying throughout the Charter that Council terms are two years; clarifying that candidate petition circulators must sign a statement rather Indefinitely PostponedPass Action details Not available
202301982 178.OrdinanceORDINANCE (EMERGENCY) (B VERSION), submitted by Councilmember Keating, from Emily Smart Woerner, City Solicitor, TO SUBMIT to the electors of the City of Cincinnati an amendment to the Charter of the City effective as of the general election of November 2023, to address issues regarding voting and elections for both Mayoral and Council candidates and for Charter amendments, initiatives, and referenda by requiring petition circulators to submit a certified copy of any initiative, referendum, or Charter amendment petition to the Clerk of Council before collecting signatures on the petitions; permitting members of Council to cast their votes by any method that publicly announces their vote; providing a process and timeline for submitting petitions for initiatives and referenda to the Clerk of Council to allow a reasonable time for verification of signatures and drafting necessary ordinances and an opportunity to collect additional signatures on petitions; clarifying throughout the Charter that Council terms are two years; clarifying that candidate petition circulators must sign a statePassed EmergencyPass Action details Not available
202301982 1 OrdinanceORDINANCE (EMERGENCY) (B VERSION), submitted by Councilmember Keating, from Emily Smart Woerner, City Solicitor, TO SUBMIT to the electors of the City of Cincinnati an amendment to the Charter of the City effective as of the general election of November 2023, to address issues regarding voting and elections for both Mayoral and Council candidates and for Charter amendments, initiatives, and referenda by requiring petition circulators to submit a certified copy of any initiative, referendum, or Charter amendment petition to the Clerk of Council before collecting signatures on the petitions; permitting members of Council to cast their votes by any method that publicly announces their vote; providing a process and timeline for submitting petitions for initiatives and referenda to the Clerk of Council to allow a reasonable time for verification of signatures and drafting necessary ordinances and an opportunity to collect additional signatures on petitions; clarifying throughout the Charter that Council terms are two years; clarifying that candidate petition circulators must sign a stateEmergency clause to remainPass Action details Not available
202301982 1 OrdinanceORDINANCE (EMERGENCY) (B VERSION), submitted by Councilmember Keating, from Emily Smart Woerner, City Solicitor, TO SUBMIT to the electors of the City of Cincinnati an amendment to the Charter of the City effective as of the general election of November 2023, to address issues regarding voting and elections for both Mayoral and Council candidates and for Charter amendments, initiatives, and referenda by requiring petition circulators to submit a certified copy of any initiative, referendum, or Charter amendment petition to the Clerk of Council before collecting signatures on the petitions; permitting members of Council to cast their votes by any method that publicly announces their vote; providing a process and timeline for submitting petitions for initiatives and referenda to the Clerk of Council to allow a reasonable time for verification of signatures and drafting necessary ordinances and an opportunity to collect additional signatures on petitions; clarifying throughout the Charter that Council terms are two years; clarifying that candidate petition circulators must sign a stateSuspension of the three readingsPass Action details Not available
202301965 179.OrdinanceORDINANCE (EMERGENCY), submitted by Emily Smart Woerner, City Solicitor, TO SUBMIT to the electors of the City of Cincinnati an amendment to the Charter of the City which would require the City of Cincinnati to raise income and withholding taxes by three-tenths of one percent (0.3%), if subsequently approved by the electorate, annually beginning January1, 2025, which new taxes shall be deposited into a non-lapsing special revenue fund restricted only to finance housing affordable to households with income up to 80 percent of the area median income as established by federal law with 65 percent of the fund restricted to support housing affordable only to households with incomes up to 30 percent of the area median income; which new taxes shall fund such housing throughout the city of Cincinnati through grants, subsidies, and loans, including to third party housing developers, which may be of low or no interest, and/or forgivable; which new taxes can be spent to increase, preserve, maintain, repair, improve, and pay off indebtedness, related to privately owned homes and rental propertiesPassed EmergencyPass Action details Not available
202301965 1 OrdinanceORDINANCE (EMERGENCY), submitted by Emily Smart Woerner, City Solicitor, TO SUBMIT to the electors of the City of Cincinnati an amendment to the Charter of the City which would require the City of Cincinnati to raise income and withholding taxes by three-tenths of one percent (0.3%), if subsequently approved by the electorate, annually beginning January1, 2025, which new taxes shall be deposited into a non-lapsing special revenue fund restricted only to finance housing affordable to households with income up to 80 percent of the area median income as established by federal law with 65 percent of the fund restricted to support housing affordable only to households with incomes up to 30 percent of the area median income; which new taxes shall fund such housing throughout the city of Cincinnati through grants, subsidies, and loans, including to third party housing developers, which may be of low or no interest, and/or forgivable; which new taxes can be spent to increase, preserve, maintain, repair, improve, and pay off indebtedness, related to privately owned homes and rental propertiesEmergency clause to remainPass Action details Not available
202301965 1 OrdinanceORDINANCE (EMERGENCY), submitted by Emily Smart Woerner, City Solicitor, TO SUBMIT to the electors of the City of Cincinnati an amendment to the Charter of the City which would require the City of Cincinnati to raise income and withholding taxes by three-tenths of one percent (0.3%), if subsequently approved by the electorate, annually beginning January1, 2025, which new taxes shall be deposited into a non-lapsing special revenue fund restricted only to finance housing affordable to households with income up to 80 percent of the area median income as established by federal law with 65 percent of the fund restricted to support housing affordable only to households with incomes up to 30 percent of the area median income; which new taxes shall fund such housing throughout the city of Cincinnati through grants, subsidies, and loans, including to third party housing developers, which may be of low or no interest, and/or forgivable; which new taxes can be spent to increase, preserve, maintain, repair, improve, and pay off indebtedness, related to privately owned homes and rental propertiesSuspension of the three readingsPass Action details Not available
202301855 180.OrdinanceORDINANCE (EMERGENCY), submitted by Vice Mayor Kearney, from Emily Smart Woerner, City Solicitor, DECLARING that Glenwood Avenue at Vine Street in the Avondale neighborhood shall hereby receive the honorary, secondary name of “Lincoln Ware Way” in honor of Lincoln Ware and in recognition of his contributions and dedication to the City of Cincinnati through his pioneering work in local media and his community and civic leadership.Passed EmergencyPass Action details Not available
202301855 1 OrdinanceORDINANCE (EMERGENCY), submitted by Vice Mayor Kearney, from Emily Smart Woerner, City Solicitor, DECLARING that Glenwood Avenue at Vine Street in the Avondale neighborhood shall hereby receive the honorary, secondary name of “Lincoln Ware Way” in honor of Lincoln Ware and in recognition of his contributions and dedication to the City of Cincinnati through his pioneering work in local media and his community and civic leadership.Emergency clause to remainPass Action details Not available
202301855 1 OrdinanceORDINANCE (EMERGENCY), submitted by Vice Mayor Kearney, from Emily Smart Woerner, City Solicitor, DECLARING that Glenwood Avenue at Vine Street in the Avondale neighborhood shall hereby receive the honorary, secondary name of “Lincoln Ware Way” in honor of Lincoln Ware and in recognition of his contributions and dedication to the City of Cincinnati through his pioneering work in local media and his community and civic leadership.Suspension of the three readingsPass Action details Not available