Result Set  Result Set Cincinnati City Council Items
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1 201801042 06/20/2018 ORDINANCE, (EMERGENCY) submitted by Councilmember Young, from Paula Boggs Muething, City Solicitor, on 6/20/2018, ESTABLISHING that Clay Street between East 14th Street and Melindy Street shall hereby receive the honorary, secondary name of "William J. Loftin Way," in honor of William Jefferson Loftin, in recognition of his service and his sacrifice as an officer of the Cincinnati Police Department. (VERSION B) Get Documents
2 201801028 06/20/2018 ORDINANCE, submitted by Councilmember Young, from Paula Boggs Muething, City Solicitor, ESTABLISHING that Clay Street between East 14th Street and Melindy Street shall hereby receive the honorary, secondary name of "William J. Loftin Way," in honor of William Jefferson Loftin, in recognition of his service and his sacrifice as an officer of the Cincinnati Police Department. Get Documents
3 201801027 06/20/2018 MOTION, submitted by Vice Mayor Smitherman, Councilmembers Young, Pastor, Murray and Mann, WE MOVE that the City Administration begin to engage New Friendship Baptist Church (3212 Reading Rd. 45229) and Temple Bible College (3202 Reading Rd. 45229) in discussions to place a development project in or around both properties with a concept called "The Dream Campus". WE FURTHER MOVE that all building code violations be stopped on both properties and no citations created without the explicit directio... Get Documents
4 201800976 06/20/2018 MOTION, submitted by Councilmembers Sittenfeld, Landsman, Seelbach, Mann, Pastor, Dennard, Young, Murray and Vice Mayor Smitherman, Whereas Cincinnati City Council remain strongly committed to pedestrian safety, including through its allocation of $500,000 in FY2018 and a proposed $500,000 as part of the budget for FY2019; and WHEREAS Cincinnati City Council desires to be an exemplary partner to our local educations institutions, including Cincinnati Public Schools and recognizes that pedestrian... Get Documents
5 201800926 06/06/2018 MOTION, submitted by Vice Mayor Smitherman, Councilmembers Young, Landsman, Pastor, Dennard and Mann, WE MOVE that the City Administration provide a comprehensive report to Cincinnati City Council on the number of trees throughout the city that have been marked or removal and any trees on the preventative maintenance list. WE FURTHER MOVE that an action plan be presented to Cincinnati City Council on the process for complete tree removal including stump removal, which trees are most at risk, the... Get Documents
6 201800889 05/31/2018 MOTION, dated 05/21/2018, submitted by Councilmembers Landsman, Seelbach, Young, After several months of fact finding, and a commitment to doing what is best for riders and taxpayers, WE MOVE the Administration adopt the following "fixes" to the Streetcar: 1. Using existing resources, establish a new position of Executive Director of the Streetcar, reporting into both City Hall and SORTA (see proposed updated management chart attached), and working with support from a reinvigorated Streetcar no... Get Documents
7 201800886 06/13/2018 MOTION, submitted by Councilmembers Landsman, Dennard, Seelbach, Sittenfeld, Young, Murray and Pastor, WE MOVE that the Administration form a "Strong Cincinnati" partnership with Mayerson Academy, with the support from the Mayerson Foundation, whose mission is to activate the strengths within individuals, organizations and neighorhoods, to help to improve the way in which City Hall works and strengthen the culture within our city whereby people are more likely to be working together, across race... Get Documents
8 201800885 05/31/2018 MOTION, submitted by Councilmembers Landsman, Dennard, Seelbach, Sittenfeld and Young, Most community-based childcare and preschool providers struggle with the resources necessary to achieve and sustain quality, which is critical the children they serve, and the city can play a meaningful role in providing much needed assistance in this regard. Therefore; WE MOVE that the Administration prepare a report on the feasibility of providing property and earnings tax relief to community-based childcar... Get Documents
9 201800822 05/31/2018 MOTION, submitted by Vice Mayor Smitherman, Councilmembers Murray, Pastor, Landsman, Mann, Dennard, Sittenfeld, Young and Seelbach, WE MOVE that the administration pay for an outside independent investigation of the Kyle Plush death related to the 911 call center. WE FURTHER MOVE that upon passage of this motion that an ordinance be drafted identifying the best resource to pay for the independent investigation. Get Documents
10 201800633 04/18/2018 MOTION, submitted by Councilmembers Seelbach, Sittenfeld, Dennard, Landsman, Young and Pastor, WE MOVE that the Administration return the audio or video & audio of Public Comment to CitiCable for access by the public. (STATEMENT ATTACHED) Get Documents