If you have concerns as to how this will impact your business or future opportunities, it is important to voice your concerns now. You may call council members at 419-245-1050 or email them at:
District 1: Tyrone Riley
District 2: Matt Cherry
District 3: Theresa Gadus
District 4: Yvonne Harper
District 5: Sam Melden
District 6: Chris Delaney
AT-LARGE COUNCIL MEMBERS
- Ordinance 1-20 which would authorize a new lease for the Division of Engineering Services to relocate to the former Greyhound bus station at 811 Jefferson Avenue for $480,570 annually for 12 years with three options to renew for a period of five years each. The division is currently located on the third floor of One Lake Erie Center at 600 Jefferson Avenue.
- Three ordinances related to funding for various city transportation related maintenance. Ordinance 20-20 would approve $5.9 million from the Capital Improvement Program fund for city match dollars for state and federal grants and loans. Ordinance 21-20 would approve $9,247,920 in grant funding from ODOT, and Ordinance 22-20 would approve $2,013,548 in grant funding and $1,615,066 in loan funding from the Ohio Public Works Commission.
Ordinance 15-20, which would classify food and beverage retail locations that occupy less than 11,000 square feet as convenience stores, is expected to be referred to Council’s Committee of the Whole. Current zoning code classifies as convenience stores locations that occupy less than 5,000 square feet. The ordinance is aimed at expanding regulation to larger stores in the city that operate under a convenience store business model.
All Council meetings are held in Council Chambers on the first floor of One Government Center located on Jackson Boulevard in downtown Toledo.