Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Bookmark and Share
Meeting Name: Equitable Growth & Housing Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 9/12/2023 1:00 PM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: Council Chambers, Room 300
Published agenda: Agenda Agenda Published minutes: Minutes Minutes  
Agenda packet: Agenda Packet Agenda Packet
Meeting video:  
File #Ver.Agenda #TypeTitleActionResultAction DetailsVideo
202301833 11.OrdinanceORDINANCE (EMERGENCY) submitted by Sheryl M. M. Long, City Manager, on 8/2/2023, EXTENDING Interim Development Control Overlay District No. 88, “Surface Parking in the Downtown Development Zoning District” as an overlay district for a period of SIX months, pursuant to Chapter 1431, “Interim Development Control Overlay District Regulations,” of the Cincinnati Municipal Code.Recommend Passage Emergency  Action details Not available
202301973 12.PresentationPRESENTATION submitted by Sheryl M. M. Long, City Manager, dated 9/12/2023, regarding the proposed six-month extension of IDC No. 88, Surface Parking in the Downtown Development Zoning District, in Downtown.Filed  Action details Not available
202301902 13.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)Adopt  Action details Not available
202301948 14.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.Recommend Passage  Action details Not available
202301979 15.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)Adopt  Action details Not available