- Ordinance 494-19 which would approve exemptions for 12 years to Phoenix Toledo Industrial Investors, LLC for remodeling of its building at 1411 Campbell Street. The exemptions would be for the amount that would otherwise be generated due to the increase in assessed property valuation from the improvements.
- Ordinance 505-19 which would approve Mayor Wade Kapszukiewicz’s nomination of Kim Cutcher for re-appointment to the Toledo-Lucas County Port Authority board for a term of 4 years.
- Ordinance 512-19 which would approve the city entering into an agreement with Lucas County and Metroparks Toledo for the update and redesign of the Civic Center Mall. The ordinance would approve $15,000 to Metroparks as a contribution toward the development of design plans for the site.
- Ordinance 515-19 which would approve sale of 6.5 acres at the Triad Business Park to Michael Cattell for $292,950 for a managed self-storage facility. The property is located within the Maumee-Monclova-Toledo Joint Economic Development Zone.
- Three zoning related ordinances. Ordinance 519-19 would approve a zone change to regional commercial to allow expansion at Bowlero Lanes Fun Center at 4398 Monroe Street. Ordinance 521-19 would approve a special use permit to New Concepts for a non-residential drug and alcohol treatment center on 1.84 acres at 111 South Byrne Road. Ordinance 523-19 would approve a zone change to regional commercial to Lois M. Reau Successor Trustee for planned commercial development on 10.2 acres at 6340 Dorr Street near the to-be-constructed I-475 interchange.
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.