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5 p.m.   Public Hearing :  A public hearing will be held in the Lorain Police Training Room to discuss the PY 2018 CDBG budget. The Action PLan will be available to the public on 7-2-18, which describes the activites that will take place during 2018-19. (Notice and Summary of Plan available on city's website)  http://www.cityoflorain.org/CivicAlerts.aspx
LORAIN CITY COUNCIL
Regular Meeting Agenda
Monday, July 2, 2018 @ 6 p.m.
 
 
             
1.   OPENING OF COUNCIL: Prayer and the Pledge of Allegiance.
2.   ROLL CALL:
3.   DISPOSITION OF MINUTES:
a.   6/18/2018 Regular Meeting Minutes 
4.   CORRESPONDENCE AND/OR COMMUNICATIONS FROM THE MAYOR: (None)
5.   CORRESPONDENCE FROM DIRECTORS, BOARDS, COMMISSIONS, ETC.: (None)
6.   CORRESPONDENCE FROM OTHER GOVERNMENTAL AGENCIES:
a.   Correspondence from the Ohio EPA regarding Application #1223749-WS; detail plans for Red Hill Reservoir Chlorine Metering and Recording; Plans Recevied April 27, 2018; Final Revisions received June 11, 2018; Plans received from R.E. Warner & Assoc.
b.   Notice from the Ohio Dept of Liquor Control advising of a New, D5 permit application from Brookscurry Enterprises LLC, doing business as Steel City A Bar @ 1804 E. 28th St, Lorain, 44055
c.   Notice from the Ohio Dept of Liquor Control advising of a New, D2, D2X, D3, D3A & D6 permit application from Old Towne Charleston Social Club @ 651 Broadway Ave, 1st Floor & Basement, Lorain,  44052
d.   Notice from the Ohio Dept of Liquor Control advising of a New, D5 permit application from Spectrum Consulting Services LLC, doing business as Spectrum Community Vocational Center @ 713 W. 5th Street, Lorain, 44052.
7.   CORRESPONDENCE FROM THE GENERAL PUBLIC:
a.   Correspondence from William Madansky urging the City of Lorain to ban smoking in public places as other area cities have done. 
8.   COMMITTEE REPORTS:
a.   Police, Fire & Legislative Committee - (1)
9.   LEGISLATION - FIRST READING:
a.   ____Reso recognzing and declaring the month of "September" as Prostate Cancer Awareness Month in the City of Lorain, Ohio. 
b.   ____ Reso proclaiming Lorain, OH as a welcoming and safe community for all nationalities, ethnic backgrounds, cultures and religions. 
c.   ____ Ord assessing the cost of abating nuisance by removing litter and deposit of garbage, rubbish, junk, etc during the current calendar year. 
d.   ____Ord. approving the PY 2018 CDBG & HOME one-Year Action Plan & authorizing the Mayor to submit the applications for financial assistance. 
e.   ____ Ord auth the S/S Director to enter into a contract with IAP Govt Services for professional services related to the demo & environmental cleanup of the Stoveworks site. 
f.   ____ Transfer
g.   ____ Appropriation
10.   LEGISLATION - SECOND READING:
a.   ____Reso amending Reso. No. 1-18, The Rules of Council, Council Rule 41 - Conduct, passed on Jan. 2, 2018.
b.   ____ Ord Auth the Mayor to submit applications to the OPWC Integrating Committee for year 2019 funding (Round 33) for the replacement or rehab of certain roadways within the City.
c.   ____ Ord establishing a new Chap 1549 "Illegal Dumping" of the Codified Ordinances of the City of Lorain  (Motion to withdraw from agenda as new legislation is forthcoming.)
11.   LEGISLATION - THIRD READING: (None)
12.   COMMITTEE CALLS:   Public Hearings are scheduled for Monday, July 23, 2018 commencing at 6 p.m. to discuss and application to rezone 2221 E. 42nd Street from B-1 to B-2 to allow for a service station and an application to rezone 3120 Kolbe Road and surrounding area from R-3 to B-1A to allow for medical offices.  
      A Finance/Claims & All Council committee has been scheduled for Monday, July 30, 2018 to review the second quarter financials for the City of Lorain and review CDBG funds. 
13.   MISCELLANEOUS CONCERNS FROM COUNCIL:
14.   ADJOURNMENT.
 

"AN EXECUTIVE SESSION, BY PROPER MOTION, WILL BE HELD IN ACCORDANCE WITH O.R.C. 121.22 G (3)
 TO CONFERENCE WITH THE PUBLIC BODY'S ATTORNEY REGARDING DISPUTES THAT ARE THE SUBJECT OF PENDING AND/OR IMMINENT COURT ACTION.
 


 

•THINGS TO KNOW•

City Hall will be closed on Wedneday, July 4th in observance of the 4th of July Holiday.
Fireworks will be held Wednesday, July 4th @ 10 p.m. (or when the sun completely sets)
BULK PICK UP will be on your regularly scheduled pick up day the week of July 9th.

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