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TALLMADGE CITY COUNCIL
AGENDA - REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, @ 7:30 P.M.
IN COUNCIL CHAMBERS ***************
1. CALL TO ORDER.
2. PRAYER: Rev. Josh Deeter, First Church of God, Tallmadge.
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE:
3. ROLL CALL:
4. MINUTES: 2-9-17 Regular Council Meeting minutes.
FINANCIAL REPORTS: None.
5. PUBLIC HEARINGS: None.
6. COMMUNITY INPUT:
7. REPORTS OF SPECIAL COMMITTEES:
8. AGENDA ADDITIONS:
9. REPORTS OF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICERS: MAYOR, DIR. OF PUBLIC SERVICE, DIRECTOR OF FINANCE, DIRECTOR OF LAW, DIRECTOR OF ADMINISTRATION AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR
10. Ordinance 28-2017 At 2nd Reading.
An ordinance providing for the issuance and sale of bonds in the maximum principal amount of $830,000, for the purpose of reconstructing North Avenue from Tallmadge Circle to Heritage Drive, in cooperation with the Ohio Department of Transportation, including constructing stormwater management facilities, improving intersections, acquiring real estate and interests in real estate and constructing and installing all related improvements, and providing for immediate enactment.
11. Ordinance 32-2017 At 1st Reading.
PLANNING & ZONING
Extending the moratorium on granting conditional zoning certificates for any building structure, use or change of use that would enable the cultivation, processing, or retail sale of medical marijuana and providing for immediate enactment.
12. Ordinance 33-2017 At 1st Reading.
Declaring that certain City-owned vehicles obtained through criminal forfeiture to be excess and authorizing the Director of Public Service to dispose of such vehicles in accordance with law and providing for immediate enactment.
13. Ordinance 34-2017 At 1st Reading.
Authorizing the Mayor to enter into an agreement with Tallmadge Grow, Inc., a community improvement corporation for the assignment of the lease for 12, 16, and 22 Southwest Avenue and authorizing the leasing and subleasing therefor and providing for immediate enactment.
14. Resolution 3-2017 At 1st Reading.
Strongly opposing the State of Ohio Governor’s proposed 2017-2018 Budget, which proposes centralized collection of net profit tax returns and other provisions related to the municipal income tax which will cause substantial loss of revenue needed to support the health, safety, welfare and economic development efforts of Ohio municipalities, and declaring an emergency.
15. ADDITIONAL ITEMS: