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City Council Agenda
City Hall Council Chambers
Monday, July 22, 2019 at 7:30 pm

 

Regular Meeting

1.

Approval of the minutes of the regular meeting of June 24, 2019 (attached herewith).

Documents:
  1. Comn0624.pdf
 

Public Comment on Agenda Items

2.

To approve the creation of an Outdoor Refreshment Area as permitted by Ohio law for the consumption of alcohol in specified public areas of the Van Aken District Development.

Ordinance No. 19-47
By: Earl Williams
3rd Reading

Documents:
  1. ORA.pdf
3.

Administrative acceptance of the approval of the City Planning Commission and confirmation of the granting of a conditional use permit for a Process Canine dog training center at 3700 Lee Road, pursuant to Section 1213.05 of the City’s Zoning Code. (CPC)

Documents:
  1. K9.pdf
4.

Accepting a proposal and authorizing a personal services contract for professional design/engineering services with Euthenics, Inc., in the total not to exceed amount of $64,130, for the Shaker Boulevard/Warrensville Center Road Intersection Improvements Project, and declaring an emergency. (SPW), (FIN)

Documents:
  1. Euthenics.pdf
5.

Approving and authorizing execution of a Purchase, Development and Use Agreement with Confluent Development LLC in order to construct an assisted living and memory care facility on the City-owned parcel at 16800 Van Aken Boulevard, Permanent Parcel Nos. 735-17-020 and 735-18-023, and authorizing the disposition of City-owned property without competitive bidding, and declaring an emergency. ((NRD), (FIN)

Documents:
  1. Confluent.pdf
6.

Authorizing the City’s application for and acceptance of a $50,000 grant from the Cuyahoga County Healthy Urban Tree Canopy Grant Program (“County HUTC”) for the pruning of large oak trees on Larchmere Boulevard, Courtland Boulevard and Brighton Road, and declaring an emergency. (FIN)

Documents:
  1. Tree Canopy.pdf
7.

Authorizing a Local Public Agency (LPA) agreement with the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) in order to implement the Warrensville Center Road Resurfacing Project, and declaring an emergency. (SPW), (FIN)

Documents:
  1. LPA.pdf
8.

Authorizing a second amendment to the contract between the City and Shark & Minnow Inc. for professional marketing and public relations consulting for an additional scope of work to develop new strategic photo and video assets for the Attract and Retain Marketing Campaign, for a not-to-exceed amount of $39,567, and a total not-to-exceed contract cost of $204,567, and declaring an emergency. (C&M), (FIN)

Documents:
  1. SharkMinnow.pdf
9.

Authorizing a three-year personal professional services contract with Roderick O’Connor in the total amount of $180,000 for operational and editing consulting services for Shaker Life magazine for the period January 1, 2020, through December 31, 2022. (C&M), (FIN)

Documents:
  1. Editor.pdf
10.

Amending Sections 515.01 through 515.05 of Chapter 515, "Fair Housing,” in the Business Regulation Code of the Codified Ordinances, in order to update and make the Chapter consistent with the language and protections of new Chapter 516 entitled "Discrimination Prohibitions in Employment and Public Accommodations.”

Documents:
  1. Ch 515.pdf
11.

Authorizing the acceptance of up to $75,000 in grant funds from the 2019 Carol M. Peterson Housing Fund grant program of the Federal Home Loan Bank of Cincinnati (FHLB), and declaring an emergency. (NRD), (FIN)

Documents:
  1. Carol Peterson.pdf
12.

Amending Ordinance No. 19-41 making appropriations for the current expenses and other expenditures of the City of Shaker Heights, Ohio for the year ending December 31, 2019, as amended by Ordinance No. 19-12, No. 19-20, 19-41 and No. 19-44, to amend appropriations in Fund No. 101, the General Fund, and declaring an emergency. (NRD), (SPW), (FIN)

Documents:
  1. Appropriations.pdf
13.

Expressing the Council’s objection to the new liquor permit application of Gentlemens Cave Luxury Barber Lounge LLC dba Gentlemens Cave, 20306 Chagrin Boulevard, solely on the basis that this address is located in an area voted “dry,” unless and until the residents of the precinct vote to authorize alcohol sales either in the entire precinct, or for this specific location, and requesting a hearing in Cuyahoga County, Ohio.

Documents:
  1. Liquor Permit.pdf
 

Public Comment on Other Items

 

Committees:

C&M: Communications and Marketing.
CPC: City Planning Commission.
FIN: Finance and Administration.
NRD: Neighborhood Revitalization and Development.
SPW: Safety and Public Works Committee.

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