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City Council Agenda
Stephanie Tubbs Jones Community Building
Monday, March 26, 2018 at 07:00 PM

WORK SESSION

  1. Resident Attitude Survey
    -Robert Dykes, Triad Research
    -Kathy Severinski, Triad Research

    Documents: Survey

REGULAR MEETING TO FOLLOW

  1. Resolution No.
    By:
    Expressing appreciation to MAYOR EARL M. LEIKEN for his many years of service and many contributions to the City of Shaker Heights and its residents.
    Documents: Mayor Leiken
  2. Confirming the appointment of Tony Love and reappointments of Jack Boyle, Scott Garson, Kyle Dreyfuss-Wells, Mike Laskey, Ben Woodcock, Vicki Elder and Kandis Williams to the Shaker Heights Development Corporation.
    Documents: SHDC appt
  3. Approval of the minutes of the special meeting of February 12, 2018 and the regular meeting of February 26, 2018 (attached herewith).
    Documents: Min 0212 | Min 0226

Public Comment on Agenda Items

  1. Ordinance No.
    By:
    Adding new Chapter 1244 and new Section 1263.24 of the Zoning Code of the Shaker Heights Codified Ordinances in order to create a Small Lot Infill Development (SLID) Overlay District in portions of the Moreland neighborhood, and amending various sections of the Zoning Code in order to implement the SLID, to amend the CM Commercial Mixed Use District sign standards, to amend the sign regulations in Commercial and Office Districts, to amend local sign district regulations, and to amend the Landmark Commission procedure. (CPC)
    Documents: Zoning Code
  2. Ordinance No.
    By:
    Authorizing the vacation of right-of-way at the southwest corner of Chagrin Boulevard and Warrensville Center Road, adjacent to 3516 Warrensville Center Road, in the Van Aken District, and declaring an emergency. (CPC)
    Documents: Vacate
  3. Ordinance No.
    By:
    Accepting the dedication of additional right-of-way along the east side of Warrensville Center Road, between Chagrin Boulevard and the City's southern incorporation line, by re-subdividing a portion of City-owned property known as Parcel Nos. 736-29-042 and 736-29-043, which is part of the median between the current roadway and the old Warrensville Center Road, to establish a consistent right-of-way line for future public improvements, and declaring an emergency. (CPC)
    Documents: Dedicate median
  4. Ordinance No.
    By:
    Accepting the dedication of additional right-of-way along the east side of Warrensville Center Road, at Farnsleigh Road, by re-subdividing a portion of City-owned vacant property known as 3413 Warrensville Center Road, Parcel No. 736-13-051, to establish appropriate right-of-way for future public improvements, and declaring an emergency. (CPC)
    Documents: Dedicate 3413
  5. Ordinance No.
    By:
    Authorizing the amendment of the Townhomes of Van Aken Buyer's Incentive Program Agreement between the City and Shaker Van Aken Development LLC to add $50,000 to the incentive program, and declaring an emergency. (NRD), (F)
    Documents: TVA
  6. Ordinance No.
    By:
    Authorizing a Development Agreement with Cleveland Restoration Society, for the sale, rehabilitation and re-sale or rental of the City-owned property located at 18520 Winslow Road, Shaker Heights, Ohio, Permanent Parcel Number 736-06-034, authorizing the disposition of City-owned property, and declaring an emergency. (NRD), (F)
    Documents: 18520
  7. Ordinance No.
    By:
    Approving an application for and acceptance of a 2018-2019 State Board of Emergency Medical, Fire and Transportation Services Grant from the Ohio Department of Public Safety, Division of Emergency Medical Services, in a yet to be determined amount, for the purchase of EMS supplies for the Fire Department Rescue Squads, and declaring an emergency. (SPW), (F)
    Documents: EMS
  8. Ordinance No.
    By:
    Authorizing the loan of the Fire Department's 1991 Ladder Truck to the non-profit Western Reserve Fire Museum and Education Center to preserve the rich history and contributions that the fire service has provided to Northeast Ohio, and declaring an emergency.
    Documents: Truck Loan
  9. Ordinance No.
    By:
    Authorizing a personal services contract with CivicPlus in the amount of $32,950 for the development and deployment of a new website (i.e. shakeronline.com) and related services, and declaring an emergency. (CMC), (F)
    Documents: CivicPlus
  10. Ordinance No.
    By:
    Authorizing a professional community engagement and capacity building consultant personal services agreement with Kay Coaching, LLC for continued neighborhood engagement work for the City, in a total amount not to exceed $55,000, and declaring an emergency. (NRD), (F)
    Documents: Kay
  11. Ordinance No.
    By:
    Authorizing the extension of the lease of the City-owned property at 3558 Lee Road, now known as The Dealership, to the Shaker Heights Development Corporation (SHDC) for a period of ten years, and providing the SHDC an option to purchase the property, and declaring an emergency. (NRD), (F)
    Documents: SHDC Lease
  12. Ordinance No.
    By:
    Amending Ordinance No. 17-124, an Ordinance making appropriations for the current expenses and other expenditures of the City of Shaker Heights, Ohio for the year ending December 31, 2018, to transfer $150,000 from the Economic Development and Housing Reserve Fund No. 103 to the General Capital Fund No. 401, and to transfer $50,000 from the Economic Development and Housing Reserve Fund No. 103 to the General Fund No. 101, and declaring an emergency. (NRD), (F)
    Documents: Appropriations
  13. Ordinance No.
    By:
    Amending Ordinance No. 17-132, an ordinance appropriating funds from the General Capital Fund 0401 for the acquisition of equipment and various repairs and improvement projects for various City facilities by appropriating an additional $150,000 from the General Capital Fund 401 for the garage roof replacement at 3558 Lee Road and declaring an emergency. (NRD), (F)
    Documents: 3558 Roof
  14. Ordinance No.
    By:
    Authorizing the execution of Then and Now Certificates by the Director of Finance and the payment of amounts due for various purchase orders, and declaring an emergency. (F)
    Documents: Then and Now

Public Comment on Other Items

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