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Meeting Name: Neighborhoods Committee Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 9/13/2021 11:00 AM Minutes status: Final-revised  
Meeting location: Council Chambers, Room 300
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202102642 11.OrdinanceORDINANCE, dated 8/24/2021, submitted by Councilmember Kearney, from Andrew Garth, City Solicitor, REQUESTING that the City Manager, with input and participation from citizen, community councils, community groups, and City partners, develop an additional community engagement plan, which includes a timeline and details the resources required in order for the plan to be implemented by the City of Cincinnati, including the Mayor, City administration, City boards, commissions and Council committees, in order to achieve the policy goals described in Attachment A attached hereto.Recommend Passage  Action details Not available
202102663 12.MotionMOTION, dated 08/30/2021, submitted by Councilmembers Seelbach and Keating, WE MOVE that the Administration leave the Clifton Ave Bikeway Pilot Project in place while a community hearing is scheduled with the goal of discovering what is working, what adjustments are need in the short & long term, and any other key takeaways learned by the City, institutional partners, & the community from this ongoing pilot project. WE FURTHER MOVE that the University of Cincinnati, Clifton Town Meeting, CUFNA, Tri-State Trails and other groups, neighbors, and individuals be invited to the hearing for a diverse & broad discussion, which will include the review of any specific safety and crash datapoints, with the ultimate goal of improving safety, making needed adjustments, and creating an open dialogue between all parties involved.Held  Action details Not available
202102664 13.MotionMOTION, dated 08/30/2021, submitted by Councilmembers Seelbach and Keating, WE MOVE that the Administration review the Downtown late-night flash operations of traffic signals, particularly along Court Street, and reconsider the currently existing one-way stop, one-way yield signals to be all-way stop signals, for the purpose of reducing potential T-bone collisions and providing safer crossings for pedestrians. As downtown has increased its late-night activates over the last decade, reconsideration of one-way yield signals may improve safety along growing corridors. WE FURTHER MOVE that the report return in 45 to 60 days.Adopt  Action details Not available