- Two ordinances related to funding for roadway projects and other capital improvements in 2022 and 2023. Ordinance 324-20 would authorize applying for grants and loans from the Ohio Public Works Commission for various projects. Ordinance 325-20 would accept $16,557,240 in grants from the Ohio Department of Transportation for projects including $10,830,000 for reconstruction of the Anthony Wayne Trail between Glendale Avenue and the city limits, and $4,162,400 for reconstruction of Lewis Avenue between Laskey Road and Alexis Road.
- Ordinance 333-20 which would approve $800,000 in additional funding needed due to extended construction duration for completion of the Ohio EPA mandated ozone treatment project at the Collins Park Water Treatment Plant. According to the city, the project will serve as a long-term treatment barrier for the removal of harmful algal bloom toxins at the facility.
- Three ordinances that would approve vacating portions of roads to facilitate projects near ProMedica Toledo Hospital. Ordinance 347-20 would vacate a portion of Jermain Drive, Ordinance 348-20 would vacate a portion of Doris Avenue, and Ordinance 349-20 would vacate a portion of Kelly Street and an adjacent alley.
The public may watch the Council meeting online by visiting https://toledo.legistar.com and scrolling down to the September 1 city council special 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.