- Ordinance 149-19 which would approve a purchase agreement with Bryson Transport Services for the city’s sale of 214 Dura Avenue for $200,000. The property was acquired by the city at no cost in 2015 through the Lucas County land bank to support police tow lot operations. According to the city, the sale will result in as many as 25 new jobs and additional investment in the site.
- Resolution 170-19 which would encourage all members of the Toledo Area Regional Transit Authority (TARTA) to pass resolutions allowing an issue to be placed upon the ballot to allow for countywide transit service.
- Resolution 165-19 which would recognize Meyer Hill Lynch on 30 years in business, and for its contributions to the business community and support of local civic and social service organizations.
- Three ordinances related to the billing system for the Department of Public Utilities. Ordinance 174-19 would authorize a contract for $269,693 with Utegration LLC to revise the system to allow for monthly billing for residential customers. The changes are planned to be effective when the fourth quarter bills would be sent. Also, Ordinance 175-19 would authorize $407,068 for replacing the customer relation management module for the billing system, and Ordinance 176-19 which would approve $97,000 for licenses to use software for the module.
- Ordinance 181-19 which would approve a contract for $35,000 with Savage Consulting LLC to support fundraising efforts for a universal pre-kindergarten program for the city.
Council is expected to refer to the Education, Recreation & Employment Committee Ordinance 173-19 titled the Pay Equity Act. A public hearing on the ordinance is scheduled for Thursday, May 2 at 1:00 p.m.
All Council meetings, including committee hearings, 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.