May 2, 2022

Resolution 048-2022: Second Reading. A Resolution authorizing the City to participate in the NOPEC Green Community Choice Program for the City’s Electricity Aggregation Program Starting January 2023; and declaring the necessity that this legislation become immediately effective as an emergency measure.
Passed 7-0

Resolution 049-2022: Second Reading. A Resolution authorizing the Mayor to enter into an agreement with Wade Trim, Inc., for professional engineering services relating to the 2022 Member Community Infrastructure Program grant for the Sanitary Sewer Overflow Control of CH-2, CH-30, CH-33, and CH-39 and Rehabilitation Project; and declaring the necessity that this legislation become immediately effective as an emergency measure.
Passed 7-0

Resolution 050-2022: Second Reading. A Resolution authorizing the Mayor to enter into an agreement with Wade Trim, Inc., for professional engineering services relating to the 2022 Member Community Infrastructure Program grant for the Sanitary Sewer Overflow Control of CH-9, CH-32, CH-57, and CH-58 and Rehabilitation Project; and declaring the necessity that this legislation become immediately effective as an emergency measure.
Passed 7-0

Resolution 051-2022: Second Reading. A Resolution authorizing the Mayor to enter into an agreement with Valley Ford Truck, Inc. for the acquisition of a full-size pickup truck for the Utilities Division of the Public Works Department; providing compensation therefor; and declaring the necessity that this legislation become immediately effective as an emergency measure.
Passed 7-0

Resolution 052-2022: Second Reading. A Resolution authorizing the Mayor to enter into an agreement with Valley Ford Truck, Inc. for the acquisition of a dump truck for the Forestry Division of the Public Works Department; providing compensation therefor; and declaring the necessity that this legislation become immediately effective as an emergency measure.
Passed 7-0

Resolution 053-2022: Second Reading. A Resolution authorizing the Mayor to enter into an agreement with Valley Freightliner, Inc., for the acquisition of a Freightliner 114SD Tandem Axle Cab and Chassis for the Street Maintenance Division of the Department of Public Works; providing compensation therefor; and declaring the necessity that this legislation become immediately effective as an emergency measure.
Passed 7-0

Resolution 054-2022: Second Reading. A Resolution authorizing the Mayor to negotiate a Memorandum of Understanding (“MOU”) with WXZ Development, Inc., concerning the redevelopment of the Taylor-Tudor Plaza; and declaring the necessity that this legislation become immediately effective as an emergency measure.
Passed 7-0

Resolution 055-2022: Second Reading. A Resolution declaring May 2022 National Preservation Month; and declaring the necessity that this legislation become immediately effective as an emergency measure.
Passed 7-0

Resolution 056-2022: Second Reading. A Resolution proclaiming May 2022 to be Mary Dunbar Bike Month in the City of Cleveland Heights; and declaring the necessity that this legislation become immediately effective as an emergency measure.
Passed 7-0

Ordinance 057-2022: 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

Resolution 058-2022: First Reading. A Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor to enter into a contract with Janus Small Associates for Council retreat facilitation services, and declaring the necessity that this Resolution become immediately effective as an emergency measure.
Passed 6-1

Resolution 059-2022: First Reading. A Resolution authorizing the Mayor to enter into an agreement with Energy Management Specialists, Inc., for professional services for HVAC systems maintenance; and declaring the necessity that this legislation become immediately effective as an emergency measure.
Passed 7-0

Resolution 060-2022: First Reading. A Resolution appointing Councilor Josie Moore to the Doan Brook Watershed Partnership Board of Trustees.
Passed 7-0

Resolution 061-2022: First Reading. A Resolution naming the Atrium of the City Hall of the City of Cleveland Heights, “Susanna Niermann O’Neil Atrium.”
Passed 7-0