Other legislation expected to be voted on include the following:
- Ordinances 28, 29, and 31 which would each approve the appointments of Mayor Kapszukiewicz’s nominees for terms on specific boards including Matthew Fisher to the Board of Building Appeals, Robert Pasker to the Board of Zoning Appeals, and Maria King to the TARTA Board of Trustees.
- Resolution 33-19 which would urge TARTA to consider ways to reinstate Sunday and holiday transportation services following recently implemented reductions in service.
- Ordinance 38-19 which would authorize $4.5 million for the removal, hauling and beneficial reuse of spent lime produced as a byproduct of water treatment at the Collins Park facility.
- Ordinance 46-19 which would approve amending the Toledo 20/20 Comprehensive Plan to include the Junction Neighborhood Master Plan, which proposes a series of destination nodes and street corridor connectors to facilitate interconnectivity throughout the neighborhood.
Council is expected to give first reading to Ordinance 41-19 which would approve an agreement with Metroparks Toledo for redevelopment associated with the proposed riverfront metropark in East Toledo. The agreement addresses vacation of right of ways, property transfers, expenses, and other terms.
Council is also expected to give first reading to Ordinance 42-19, Mayor Kapszukiewicz’s proposed 2019-2023 Capital Improvement Program budget. The proposal includes $11,434,676 for projects in 2019, of which $3,175,000 is for new projects. These new projects include $250,000 for the city’s IT network, $400,000 for updates to Levis Square, $150,000 for building inspection permit system updates, $425,000 for landfill EPA compliance, $500,000 for parks and recreation infrastructure, $200,000 for city facility mechanical upgrades, $325,000 for police training range updates, $125,000 for brine equipment, and $800,000 for sidewalk replacement.
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.