Result Set  Result Set Cincinnati City Council Items
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1 201701704 12/20/2017 MOTION TO RECONSIDER, submitted by Councilmember Winburn, immediate consideration on passage of ordinance regarding construction of a new District 5 Police District facility in College Hill. Get Documents
2 201701701 12/20/2017 ORDINANCE, submitted by Councilmember Winburn, from Paula Boggs Muething, City Solicitor on 12/19/2017, TO SUBMIT to the electors of the City of Cincinnati an amendment to the Charter of the City that would establish the office of the inspector general who shall be responsible for investigating fraud, corruption, waste, abuse, misfeasance, malfeasance and nonfeasance by Cincinnati officials and employees. Get Documents
3 201701700 12/20/2017 ORDINANCE, (EMERGENCY) submitted by Councilmember Winburn, from Paula Boggs Muething, City Solicitor on 12/20/2017, ESTABLISHING that LaFeuille Avenue between Westbrook Avenue and Queen City Avenue shall receive the honorary, secondary name of "Gabriel's Way" in honor of Gabriel Benyam Taye as a reminder to the people of Cincinnati of he danger bullying. Get Documents
4 201701692 12/20/2017 ORDINANCE, submitted by Councilmember Winburn from Paula Boggs Muething, City Solicitor, on 12/18/2017, AUTHORIZING the establishment of new Fund 313, "Recreation Activity Fund," for the purpose of receiving all City revenue collected from vending machines located at Cincinnati Recreation Commission facilities and AUTHORIZING expenditures from this fund for employee service awards and employee recognition program including certificates and small gifts valued at $25 or less. Get Documents
5 201701690 12/20/2017 ORDINANCE, submitted by Councilmember Winburn from Paula Boggs Muething, City Solicitor, on 12/18/2017, APPROVING an additional 5-year extension of the Community Reinvestment Area Tax Exemption for property located at 226 East Eighth Street in the Central Business District in Cincinnati, owned by GSRC Power, LLC and SRC Power, LLC, pursuant to Section 3735.67(D)(1) of the Ohio Revised Code; and AMENDING Ordinance No. 363-2014 to reflect such 5-year extension. Get Documents
6 201701689 12/20/2017 ORDINANCE (EMERGENCY), dated 12/12/2017, submitted by Councilmember Winburn, ESTABLISHING that Lafeuille Avenue shall receive the honorary, secondary name of "Gabriel's Way" in honor of Gabriel Benyam Taye as a reminder to the people of Cincinnati of the danger of bullying. Get Documents
7 201701688 12/18/2017 MOTION, submitted by Councilmembers Winburn, Flynn, Young, Smitherman, Murray and Mayor Cranley, WE MOVE that, with the passage of the attached ordinance, the Administration take all necessary steps to move forward with a plan to fund, over the next six years, $7 million for the construction of a new Cincinnati Police District 5 facility in College Hill. WE MOVE FURTHER that the administration work with Davenport and report to City Council in January with options on how to plan for this project ... Get Documents
8 201701686 12/20/2017 MOTION, submitted by Councilmembers Sittenfeld, Winburn, Young, Flynn, Seelbach, Murray and Vice Mayor Mann, WE MOVE that the City Administration cease spending funds on renovations to the Permit Center at the new District 5 Police Headquarters until community engagement efforts have occurred that include all neighborhoods in District 5 and until the Administration has presented on the financing details of all possible options for the new district headquarters. Get Documents
9 201701685 12/20/2017 MOTION, dated 12/18/2017, submitted by Councilmember Flynn, Smitherman, Winburn and Mayor Cranley, We move that the City Solicitor's office draft an ordinance requesting that the administration fund a new Cincinnati Fire Department ("DFD") training center and provide facility upgrades to some of our fire stations, particularly to add women's facilities to the many fire stations that do not have them currently. We further move that the ordinance referenced above identify funds, including funds fr... Get Documents
10 201701682 12/15/2017 ORDINANCE (EMERGENCY), dated 12/15/2017, submitted by Councilmember Winburn, AUTHORIZING the City Manager to take all necessary administrative steps to issue $7 million of additional debt over the next six fiscal years for the purpose of funding a significant portion of the construction of a new Cincinnati Police District 5 facility in College Hill, for which total project costs are approximately $17 million. Get Documents