- Ordinance 97-19 which would approve $1,250,000 in additional capital improvement program funding for the 2019 sidewalk improvement program.
- Ordinance 115-19 which would approve Mayor Wade Kapszukiewicz’s nominee William McKinney for appointment for a three-year term on the HVAC Board of Control replacing Mark Janowiecki.
- Ordinance 124-19 which would authorize $450,000 to Woolpert, Inc. for the first phase of a stormwater billing update and impervious surface mapping project which aims to ensure consistent and fair billing for city stormwater services.
- Ordinance 125-19 which would approve $1,250,000 to Taylor Excavating Inc. for providing water and sanitary sewer kills for city, Lucas County Land Bank, and private demolition projects for one year. The ordinance renews the existing contract with Taylor Excavating from last year.
- Ordinance 128-19 which would authorize receiving $300,000 as part of an agreement between the city and Torrey Hill Apartments, LLC to facilitate sale of the Uptown Arts Apartments located at 336 14th Street. The city is the current owner of the land, and improvements on the property are owned by Adams Street Limited Partnership, LLC. Both are selling their interests to Torrey Hill Apartments.
- Ordinance 132-19 which would authorize $50,000 to law firm Spengler Nathanson for legal representation in a suit filed against the city by Drewes Farm Partnership in federal court. The lawsuit challenges the constitutionality of the Lake Erie Bill of Rights amendment to the city charter which passed in the February 26 Toledo special election.
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.