- Two ordinances related to the planned I-475 at Dorr Street interchange project. Ordinance 208-19 would grant to ODOT city-owned property at 6300 Dorr Street, known as Cuba-Saturn Park, for temporary and dedicated right of way. Ordinance 209-19 would approve accepting right of way in the vicinity from ODOT to the city also to facilitate the project.
- Ordinance 210-19 which would approve $150,000 for the second year of an operation and maintenance agreement with Gothca Bikes, LLC for the city’s bike-share program which began last year.
- Resolution 223-19 recognizing MadAveGroup as a member of the Toledo business community for 30 years, and for hiring and developing local talent, serving local companies, and sustaining partnerships.
- Ordinance 227-19 which would require a district council member to be notified of an application filed with the Board of Zoning Appeals for properties within their respective council districts. The board reviews appeals related to enforcement of city zoning and sign requirements, and requests for variances.
- Ordinance 229-19 which would approve a one-year contract for $40,080 with Lott Industries, Inc. for seasonal and temporary mowing services at five municipal cemeteries. The contract includes an option for up to four one-year renewals.
- Ordinance 233-19 which would approve a 29-month contract for $1,266,330 with IBM Corp. for accounting application services for the Department of Finance and Department of Public Utilities. The contract includes an option for an additional two-year renewal.
- Ordinance 237-19 which would authorize $1,209,000 for the 2019 Sewer Televising and Condition Assessment Project. This would allow inspection of sewer condition, and is in conjunction with efforts to prevent basement flooding incidents.
All Council meetings are held in Council Chambers on the first floor of One Government Center, located on Jackson Boulevard in downtown Toledo.
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.