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1 201701410 10/16/2017 MOTION, submitted by Councilmember Simpson, MOVE that the Administration work with the affordable housing stakeholders to establish the framework for the Affordable Housing Trust Fund, while ensuring that the following be included in the structure of the Trust Fund: 1. All disseminated funds shall be spent for households with income below 61% of the Area Median Income (AMI) and at least 50% of disseminated funds for households with income at 0% to 30% of AMI, and with rental policies having no c... Get Documents
2 201701409 10/04/2017 RESOLUTION, submitted by Mayor John Cranley and Councilmember Simpson, RECOGNIZING the Cincinnati Bengals' fiftieth season and expressing City Council's sincere appreciation to Paul Brown and the Brown family for establishing the team in Cincinnati. Get Documents
3 201701380 09/27/2017 RESOLUTION, dated 9/25/2017 submitted by Councilmember Yvette Simpson, EXPRESSING the Mayor and City Council's opposition to the proposed reconciliation of House Resolution 1628, as introduced in the Senate (otherwise known as "Graham-Cassidy") that would repeal the Affordable Care Act ("ACA"), thereby denying insurance coverage to millions of Americans who obtained health insurance through the ACA. Get Documents
4 201701366 09/25/2017 RESOLUTION, submitted by Councilmember Simpson dated 09/22/2017, EXPRESING City Council's opposition to House Bill 228 and Senate Bill 180, which loosen concealed carry restrictions and lessen certain penalties for illegally carrying a concealed carry weapon, and which expand circumstances in which a person has no duty to retreat before using lethal force in self-defense. Get Documents
5 201701365 10/11/2017 RESOLUTION, submitted by Councilmember Simpson dated 09/22/2017, EXPRESSING the Mayor and City Council's desire for the Hamilton County Court of Common Pleas to revise its Local rule * (II), "Jury Source List," to require the County's Jury Commissioner to include the certified list of licensed drivers and valid state identification holders when compiling the annual jury source list of eligible potential jurors, instead of only using the list of registered voters to compile the annual jury pool. Get Documents
6 201701331 09/18/2017 MOTION, submitted by Vice Mayor Mann, Councilmembers Seelbach, Simpson, Winburn, Young, Murray and Sittenfeld, WE MOVE that the Administration conduct a study and prepare a report on the feasibility of reconfiguring Northside's five-way intersection known as Knowlton's Corner as a roundabout to reduce traffic speeds, increase pedestrian safety and enhance the streetscape of Northside gateway. (STATEMENT ATTACHED) Get Documents
7 201701325 09/13/2017 MOTION, dated 09/11/2017, submitted by Councilmember Simpson, WE MOVE that the Human Service funding for Violence Prevention in the FY 2018 Budget be allocated according to the recommendations of the Human Services Advisory Committee, as outlined in the attached report (Attachment A); and WE FURTHER MOVE that the Administration take all steps necessary to enter into funding agreements with the designated agencies consistent with the information contained in this report. Get Documents
8 201701312 09/18/2017 MOTION, submitted by Councilmembers Simpson, Seelbach and Young, WE MOVE that the Administration identify all vacant city-owned property and work with the neighborhood community and development corporations, in which the city property is located to identify needs and wants of the community and possible uses for the land. WE FURTHER MOVE that it is the Administration's responsibility to inform relevant communities about development that may impact them, gather feedback from community members and ... Get Documents
9 201701311 09/19/2017 MOTION, submitted by Councilmembers Sittenfeld, Young, Simpson, Seelbach and Vice Mayor Mann, Whereas the Cincinnati City Council has deep concerns about the use of private prisons in the United States, including creating a profit incentive for incarceration; endangering prison staff, inmates and the public; exacerbating the country's mass incarceration problem and related racial disparities; and representing an expensive and less effective use of taxpayer funds; WHEREAS recently the New York Ci... Get Documents
10 201701200 08/09/2017 MOTION, dated 08/07/2017 submitted by Councilmembers Simpson and Young, WE MOVED that the ordinances granting a zone change, property sale, a change in the Planned Development No. 50, and establishment of a new capital improvement project, in favor of Cincinnati's Hospital Medical Center ("CCHMC"), be amended as follows: * The City will invest the $583,000 in proceeds from the sale of city right of way, in the Avondale Community Development Corporation. * CCHMC is required to invest 5% of the de... Get Documents