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1 201801485 09/19/2018 MOTION, submitted by Councilmember Sittenfeld, WHEREAS, the City of Cincinnati has joined with 18 other local governments to file an amicus brief in support of Planned Parenthood's appeal to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit in a challenge to changes made by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to the Title X funding requirements, which funds help provide critical health care for a broad range of low-income, uninsured and under insured individuals. THERE... Get Documents
2 201801484 09/19/2018 MOTION, submitted by Councilmember Sittenfeld, WHEREAS, Green Umbrella and a number of related partners and entities are launching the Cincinnati 2020 District, a collaborative effort to create a network of healthy, high performing buildings in Cincinnati's Central Business District where property owners will voluntarily commit to collectively reduce their buildings' energy use, water consumption and transportation emissions by the year 2020, making Cincinnati the 21st 2030 District in the count... Get Documents
3 201801483 09/19/2018 MOTION, submitted by Councilmember Sittenfeld, I MOVE that the Administration prepare a report within 45 days on the feasibility and cost to replace all current non-LED lights (except gaslights) on light poles to LED bulbs as a long-term environmentally-friendly and cost-saving measure. Get Documents
4 201801482 09/19/2018 MOTION, submitted by Councilmember Sittenfeld, I MOVE that at the time of a vote on any appointment to a City-appointed board or commission, included in writing on the Council Agenda accompanying that vote is the total number of board seats and the existing composition of the board broken down by race and by gender. Get Documents
5 201801478 09/19/2018 RESOLUTION, submitted by Councilmember P.G. Sittenfeld, EXPRESSING the support of City Council for legislation proposed by U.S. Senator Chris Murphy to block the United States Department of Education from allowing school districts to use federal funding to arm teachers. Get Documents
6 201801477 09/19/2018 RESOLUTION, submitted by Councilmember P.G. Sittenfeld, URGING the State of Ohio to promptly restore Local Government Funding and reinvest in Ohio municipalities from the State budget surplus of approximately $147 million that has resulted from the State's action of raiding the local government funds. Get Documents
7 201801476 09/19/2018 MOTION, submitted by Councilmembers Young, Landsman and Sittenfeld, WE MOVE that the administration start the hiring process for a permanent replacement for the position of City Manager. WE FURTHER MOVE that the process start within the next thirty (30) days from the approval date of this request. Get Documents
8 201801445 09/12/2018 ORDINANCE, (EMERGENCY) submitted by Councilmember P.G. Sittenfeld, from Paula Boggs Muething, City Solicitor, on 9/11/2018, AUTHORIZING the City Manager to execute a Property Sale and Development Agreement between the City of Cincinnati and Carell Ohio, LLC for the sale of City-owned property at 212 W. 4th Street (including a parking garage known as Whex Garage) and the northwest corner of Fifth Street and Home Alley (including garage ramp), located in the Central Business District of Cincinnati... Get Documents
9 201801444 09/12/2018 ORDINANCE, submitted by Councilmember P.G. Sittenfeld, by Paula Boggs Muething, City Solicitor, on 9/11/2018, NOTWITHSTANDING certain provisions of Cincinnati Municipal Code Sections 514-3, "Designation of Restricted Area," 514-5, "Residential Parking Permits Criteria," and 514-7, "Permit Types, Qualifications and Fees," DESIGNATING a portion of the Over-the-Rhine neighborhood, the area bounded by the east side of Central Parkway (northbound), the west side of Sycamore Street, the north side of... Get Documents
10 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