- Ordinance 257-20 which would transfer to the city rights-of-way in Toledo previously acquired by the Ohio Department of Transportation for the construction of the I-475 interchange at Dorr Street and nearby improvements. The property involved will include local roadways for which the city will have responsibility for maintenance.
- Ordinance 276-20 which would approve $35,000 for the Reinvest Toledo initiative which is aimed at facilitating and enhancing Community Reinvestment Act funding from banks in the city. The funding will specifically help to fund staffing for the program through June 2021.
- Ordinance 286-20 which would allow for an alternate to serve on the Board of Zoning Appeals on behalf of the member of the Toledo Plan Commission that is represented on the Board. The alternate would be appointed by the Plan Commission and be required to have a background or specialization in land use planning policy.
- Ordinance 287-20 which would remove the minimum square footage per unit requirement for developments in Downtown Commercial zoned areas, and decrease the minimum square footage per unit requirement in Mixed Commercial-Residential zoned areas.
The public may watch the Council meeting online by visiting https://toledo.legistar.com and scrolling down to the July 28 city council meeting and clicking on “in progress”.
As Manager for Local Government Advocacy, Tim Schneider advocates for local policies and laws that safeguard and foster a pro-business environment in the Toledo Region. Tim has more than 10 years of legislative and public policy experience with the local, state and federal levels of government.