March 7, 2022

Resolution 019-2022: Second Reading. A Resolution in support of the Medicare for All Act of 2021 (HR 1976); and declaring that universal access to quality healthcare is a human right.
Passed 7-0

Resolution 021-2022: Second Reading. A Resolution establishing the Flexible Spending Account Fund and affirming that funds received by the City as a payroll deduction from employees shall be used only to cover costs incurred by the City of Cleveland Heights consistent with Internal Revenue Code §125 and applicable law and regulations; and declaring an emergency.
Passed 7-0

Ordinance 023-2022: First Reading. An Ordinance authorizing the Mayor to enter into an agreement with Made Cleveland, LLC, for the lease of City-owned property located at 1807 Coventry Road for the operation of a retail store; and declaring an emergency.
Passed 7-0

Resolution 024-2022: First Reading. A Resolution confirming the Mayor’s appointment of Joseph E. Sinnott, upon his taking the oath of office, as City Administrator for the City of Cleveland Heights; and declaring the necessity that this Resolution become immediately effective as an emergency measure.

Ordinance 025-2022: First Reading. An Ordinance establishing salary schedules, position classifications and other compensation, and benefits for officers and employees of the City; and declaring an emergency.

Ordinance 026-2022: First Reading. An Ordinance authorizing and approving the presentation of entertainment programs in Cain Park for the year 2022.

Ordinance 027-2022: First Reading. An Ordinance providing for the issuance and sale of not to exceed $1,500,000 of economic development nontax revenue bonds for the purpose of paying a portion of the costs of the acquisition of a portion of, and redevelopment of the site generally known as “Top of the Hill” located on approximately four acres of land situated between Euclid Heights Boulevard and Cedar Road at the top of Cedar Hill in the City, and declaring an emergency.
Passed 7-0

Ordinance 028-2022: First Reading. An ordinance to amend certain subparagraphs of Ordinance No. 139-2021 (F), relating to appropriations and other expenditures of the City of Cleveland Heights, Ohio for the fiscal year ending December 31, 2022 and declaring an emergency.
Passed 7-0