- Ordinances 227-20 and 249-20 which would respectively confirm Mayor Wade Kapszukiewicz’s nominations of Pat McKinstry to fill an unexpired term on the Toledo Area Regional Transit Authority (TARTA) Board of Trustees and Tiffanie McNair to fill an unexpired term on the Toledo Plan Commission.
- Ordinance 251-20 which would prohibit the Toledo Police Department and other city departments from taking part in or assisting federal immigration enforcement operations. The ordinance also includes requirements for equal treatment of persons regardless of immigration status and public reporting of requests from immigration authorities, among others.
- Resolution 252-20 which would urge the resignation of the four council members facing federal charges.
- 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.
- Four measures necessary to revise the Downtown Toledo Improvement District (DTID) by adding city-owned properties including Levis Square, the Nasby Building, and a portion of Promenade Park. Resolution 261-20 would establish a required Assessment Equalization Board to hear feedback; Resolution 262-20 would approve the petition, service plan, and budget for the revised DTID; Resolution 263-20 would declare the revised DTID necessary; and Ordinance 264-20 would approve assessment and expenditure amounts for services.
The public may watch the Council meeting online by visiting https://toledo.legistar.com and scrolling down to the July 14 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.