August 1, 2022

Ordinance 096-2022: Second Reading. An Ordinance creating an Appraisal Gap Program; and declaring the necessity that this legislation become immediately effective as an emergency measure.

Resolution 097-2022: Second Reading. A Resolution amending the standing committees of Council to update the general responsibilities of each standing committee by subject matter; repealing Resolution No. 1-2022; and declaring the necessity that this legislation become immediately effective as an emergency measure.
Passed 7-0

Ordinance 098-2022: Second Reading. An Ordinance authorizing the Mayor to enter into a Lease Agreement with T-Mobile Central LLC for the use of a portion of City-owned property located at 3445 Mayfield Road for the construction, installation, operation, maintenance, repair, replacement, and improvement of a wireless communications facility and the grant of associated easements; and declaring the necessity that this legislation become immediately effective as an emergency measure.
Passed 7-0

Ordinance 106-2022: 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 the necessity that this legislation become immediately effective as an emergency measure.
Passed 7-0

Resolution 107-2022: First Reading. A Resolution establishing the OneOhio Opioid Settlement Fund and affirming that funds received by the City in accordance with the OneOhio plan shall be used in a manner consistent with the “Approved Purposes” definition in the OneOhio Memorandum of Understanding (“MOU”) and applicable law and regulations; and declaring the necessity that this legislation become immediately effective as an emergency measure.
Passed 7-0

Ordinance 108-2022: First Reading. An Ordinance providing for the submission to the electors of the City of Cleveland Heights of a proposed amendment to the Charter of the City of Cleveland Heights for placement on the November 8, 2022 ballot; and declaring the necessity that this ordinance become immediately effective as an emergency measure.

Ordinance 109-2022: First Reading. An Ordinance authorizing the Mayor to execute an agreement for the purchase of certain real property located at 13234-13238 Cedar Road; and declaring the necessity that this legislation become immediately effective as an emergency measure.

Resolution 110-2022: First Reading. A Resolution authorizing the Mayor to enter into an agreement with Link Computer Corporation for software licenses and support for utility billing; and declaring the necessity that this legislation become immediately effective as an emergency measure.