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1 201801442 09/12/2018 MOTION, submitted by Councilmembers Dennard, Seelbach, Mann, Landsman and Young, I MOVE that the administration draft a joint report within the next 60 days from the Department of Buildings & Inspections, the Department of Community & Economic Development, the Office of Environment & Sustainability and other relevant departments on what current practices and activities exist to incentivize the repurposing of city facilities and buildings to combat the homelessness. I MOVE that the administration... Get Documents
2 201801306 09/11/2018 ORDINANCE, (EMERGENCY) Submitted by Councilmembers David Mann, P.G. Sittenfeld, Tamaya Dennard, Greg Landsman, Chris Seelbach, and Wendell Young, from Paula Boggs Muething, City Solicitor, TO SUBMIT to the electors of the City of Cincinnati an amendment to the Charter of the City in order to raise the cap on the City's admissions tax from three percent (3%) to five percent (5%), with any revenue that exceeds the amount generated by a three percent (3%) tax to be used solely for human services an... Get Documents
3 201801305 08/01/2018 MOTION, submitted by Mayor John Cranley, Vice Mayor Smitherman, Councilmembers Landsman, Seelbach, Mann, Young, Pastor and Dennard, WE MOVE that the City of Cincinnati cancel the Council Session scheduled for August 1, 2018 at 2:00 p.m. Get Documents
4 201801303 08/01/2018 ORDINANCE, (EMERGENCY) submitted by Councilmember Seelbach, from Paula Boggs Muething, City Solicitor, on 7/30/2018, TO SUBMIT to the electors of the City of Cincinnati an amendment to the Charter of the City of Cincinnati establishing a time within which the Mayor must refer legislative matters to the appropriate committee of the Council of the City of Cincinnati for consideration and further providing that any member of Council may place an item on the Council calendar for referral, by amendin... Get Documents
5 201801255 09/06/2018 MOTION, submitted by Councilmembers Landsman, Dennard, Seelbach and Mann, WE MOVE that the administration work with the county administration to establish a working group to provide recommendations on a long-term solution for those individuals who cannot or will not go into a shelter. The group must include those most affected, including residents and those experiencing homelessness. Recommendations should leverage best practices and learning from cities across the country that are also working ... Get Documents
6 201801220 08/01/2018 ORDINANCE, (EMERGENCY) submitted by Councilmember Seelbach, from Paula Boggs Muething, City Solicitor, on 2/28/2018, TO SUBMIT to the electors of the City of Cincinnati an amendment to the Charter of the City of Cincinnati to prohibit unlimited and anonymous contributions made through limited liability companies to a candidate for municipal election, to remove inconsistencies and vague language, and to add definitions of key terms by amending Section 1, "Limits on Contributions," Section 2, "Rep... Get Documents
7 201801219 07/19/2018 MOTION, submitted by Councilmembers Dennard, Sittenfeld, Seelbach, Landsman and Young, WE MOVE that the City Administration immediately suspend the 72-hour notice of evacuation given to the residents of the Third Street encampments. (STATEMENT ATTACHED) Get Documents
8 201801166 06/27/2018 MOTION, submitted by Mayor John Cranley, Vice Mayor Smitherman, Councilmembers Murray, Young, Dennard, Sittenfeld, Mann, Seelbach, Landsman and Pastor, WE MOVE that the City of Cincinnati cancel the Thursday July 5th, 2018 session of City Council. Get Documents
9 201801147 06/27/2018 RESOLUTION, submitted by Councilmember Seelbach, URGING the President of the United States and the United States Congress to pass all necessary measures to reverse the devastating immigration policies enacted under this administration and ensure that the policy of the United States reflects American values regarding human rights and basic human dignity, especially regarding issues concerning the well-being of children. Get Documents
10 201801145 06/27/2018 MOTION, submitted by Councilmembers Dennard, Landsman and Seelbach, WHEREAS emergency vehicles such as police cars, ambulances and fire trucks, along with other services vehicles such as armored cars, are in an ideal position to save fuel and reduce emissions with technologies and best practices that allow them to perform vital services without idling. WE MOVE that the Administration report to Council on the feasibility of prohibiting emergency vehicles from standing and/or idling near greenspa... Get Documents