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Meeting Name: Columbus City Council Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 11/23/2020 5:00 PM Minutes status: Tentative  
Meeting location: City Council Chambers, Rm 231
Published agenda: Agenda Agenda Published minutes: Not available  
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C0018-2020 11CommunicationTHE CITY CLERK’S OFFICE RECEIVED THE FOLLOWING COMMUNICATIONS AS OF WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 2020: Stock Type: D5 D6 To: Specialty Restaurants Corp DBA Boat House at Confluence Park 679 W Long St Columbus Ohio 43215 Permit# 84150910015 Stock Type: C1 C2 To: Lahore Malwana Inc DBA Cruz & Booze Drive Thru 1511 Frebis Av 1st Flr Drive Thru Only Columbus OH 43206 Permit# 5003061 Transfer Type: C1 C2 D6 To: EAFM Inc DBA Eureka Market 192 S Eureka Ave 1st Fl Columbus OH 43204 From: Eureka Avenue Food Mart Inc DBA Eureka Market 192 S Eureka Ave 1st Fl Columbus OH 43204 Permit# 2383605 Transfer Type: C1 C2 D6 To: Frebis Food Mart LLC 414 Frebis Ave Columbus OH 43206 From: Profit Plus Inc 414 Frebis Av Columbus OH 43206 Permit# 2989925 New Type: D2 To: Instant Karma LLC DBA Koko Tea Salon & Bakery 361 E Broad St & Mezz Columbus OH 43215 Permit# 41468170005 Transfer Type: D5 D6 To: Left Field Tavern, LLC 340 Greenlawn Ave & Patio Columbus OH 43223 From: Legacy Smokehouse LLC DBA Legacy Smokehouse 340 Greenlawn Ave & Patio Columbus OH 4322Read and Filed  Action details
2090-2020 1FR-1OrdinanceTo authorize the Finance and Management Director to associate all General Budget Reservations resulting from this ordinance with Galls RT II, LLC for the purchase of new SWAT uniforms, and with Enforcement Video, LLC dba WatchGuard Video, for the purchase of body worn cameras for the Division of Police from existing Universal Term Contracts; to authorize the expenditure of $190,603.00 from the General Fund and the Law Enforcement Seizure Fund. ($190,603.00)Read for the First Time  Action details
2498-2020 1FR-2OrdinanceTo authorize the Director of Public Safety to enter into contract with Motorola Solutions, DBA Vigilant Solutions, for the purchase of license subscriptions to its Crime Search Investigate Module and its Investigative Data Platform as well as two (2) fixed License Plate Reader (LPR) poles; to waive the competitive bidding provisions of City Code Chapter 329; to enhance the Shot Spotter program through the purchase of software and hardware for the Division of Police; to authorize a transfer within the General Government Grant Funds; to authorize an expenditure of $104,955.00 from the General Government Grant Funds. ($104,955.00)Read for the First Time  Action details
2541-2020 1FR-3OrdinanceTo authorize the Director of the Department of Public Safety to modify the present contract with Helicopter Minuit-Men for additional funds for helicopter maintenance services, and to authorize the Finance and Management Director to associate all general budget reservations resulting from this ordinance to Arrow Energy, Inc. for the purchase of helicopter fuel; to authorize an expenditure of $425,000.00 from the General Fund. ($425,000.00)Read for the First Time  Action details
2529-2020 1FR-4OrdinanceTo authorize the Finance and Management Director to associate all general budget reservations resulting from this ordinance with the appropriate Universal Term Contract Purchase Agreement for the purchase of computers, monitors, and accessories for the Division of Police; to authorize the expenditure of $275,276.17 from the Law Enforcement Contraband Fund. (275,276.17)Read for the First Time  Action details
2602-2020 1FR-5OrdinanceTo authorize the Finance and Management Director to associate all General Budget Reservations within this ordinance to Galls RT II, LLC. for the purchase of uniforms and accessories for the Division of Police from existing Universal Term Contracts; to authorize the expenditure of $240,032.00 from the General Fund and the Law Enforcement Seizure Fund. ($240,032.00)Read for the First Time  Action details
2675-2020 1FR-6OrdinanceTo authorize the Director of Public Safety to enter into a contract with CareWorks Managed Care Services Inc. for the Division of Police, for the purpose of processing, negotiating, and auditing prisoner medical claims; and to authorize the expenditure of $86,100.00 from the General Fund. ($86,100.00)Read for the First Time  Action details
2471-2020 1FR-7OrdinanceTo authorize the Director of Finance and Management to associate all General Budget Reservations resulting from this ordinance with the appropriate Universal Term Contract Purchase Agreements for Conductors and Electrical Overhead and Underground Wire and Cable; and to authorize the expenditure of $800,000.00 from the Power Operating Fund ($800,000.00).Read for the First Time  Action details
2505-2020 1FR-8OrdinanceTo authorize the Director of Finance and Management to enter into contract with Agilent Technologies, Inc., for the purchase of one (1) Agilent 8600/5977 Gas Chromatograph/Mass Spectroscopy (GC/MS), for the Division of Water; and to authorize the expenditure of $61,506.80 from the Water Operating Fund. ($61,506.80)Read for the First Time  Action details
2520-2020 1FR-9OrdinanceTo authorize the Director of Public Utilities to establish an encumbrance for a subscription to The Water Research Foundation program for 2021, in accordance with the sole source provisions of the Columbus City Code; and to authorize the expenditure of up to $115,000.00 from the Water Operating Fund and up to $35,000.00 from the Sanitary Sewer Operating Fund. ($150,000.00)Read for the First Time  Action details
2526-2020 1FR-10OrdinanceTo authorize the Director of Public Utilities to modify an existing agreement with GS-Oh, Inc. for professional engineering services for the Holt Ave./Somersworth Dr. Stormwater System Improvement Project; for the Division of Sewerage & Drainage, Stormwater Section; to authorize a transfer of $45,761.41 and an expenditure of up to $45,761.41 from the Storm Sewer Bond Fund. ($45,761.41)Read for the First Time  Action details
2536-2020 1FR-11OrdinanceTo authorize the Director of Public Utilities to modify and increase its contract with Cornerstone Maintenance Services, Ltd. to provide HVAC and Air Purification Equipment Maintenance Services for the Department of Public Utilities, and to authorize the expenditure of $220,000.00 from the Sewer Operating Sanitary Fund. ($220,000.00)Read for the First Time  Action details
2544-2020 1FR-12OrdinanceTo authorize the Director of Public Utilities to renew an existing engineering agreement with Hatch Associates Consultants, Inc. for the DOSD Roof Replacements, No. 2; to authorize the transfer and the expenditure of up to $415,000.00 from the Sanitary Sewer General Obligation Bond Fund. ($415,000.00)Read for the First Time  Action details
2547-2020 1FR-13OrdinanceTo authorize the Director of Public Utilities to modify an existing professional services agreement with H.R. Gray & Associates Inc. for the Wastewater Treatment Facilities Professional Construction Management (PCM) project Mod #5; to authorize the transfer within of up to $5,145,755.02 and expenditure of up to $6,006,851.66 from the Sanitary Sewer General Obligation Fund. ($6,006,851.66)Read for the First Time  Action details
2575-2020 1FR-14OrdinanceTo authorize the City Auditor to establish a new subfund within the City’s Special Purpose Fund to account for private boat dock permit fees and fees collected from reservoir contiguous landowners and others for tree damage assessments, utility easement fees, general restoration donations, and settlements from encroachment related issues, among other fees collected by the Department of Public Utilities Watershed Management Section; and to authorize the transfer of $91,936.50 from Fund 2223, Subfund 222311 to the new subfund, which will be known as the DPU Land Stewardship Fund. ($91,936.50)Read for the First Time  Action details
2592-2020 1FR-15OrdinanceTo authorize the Director of Public Utilities to modify and extend an agreement on behalf of the City of Columbus between Kurtz Brothers Central Ohio, LLC and the Solid Waste Authority of Central Ohio, for the design, construction and operation of the Organic Waste Recovery and Reuse System Project, and to authorize the expenditure of $872,500.00 from the Sewer Operating Sanitary Fund. ($872,500.00)Read for the First Time  Action details
2576-2020 1FR-16OrdinanceTo authorize the Director of the Department of Public Service to execute those documents necessary to release an easement at 562 Alta View Village Court. ($0.00)Read for the First Time  Action details
2580-2020 1CA-1OrdinanceTo authorize the Finance and Management Director to associate all General Budget Reservations resulting from this ordinance and to establish purchase orders with the appropriate Universal Term Contract Purchase Agreement with Fujitec America, Inc. for elevator maintenance and emergency service for the Facilities Management Division; to authorize the transfer of $45,000.00 within the General Fund: to authorize the expenditure of $45,000.00 from the General Fund; and to declare an emergency. ($45,000.00)ApprovedPass Action details
2581-2020 1CA-2OrdinanceTo authorize the Director of Finance and Management to associate all General Budget Reservations resulting from this ordinance with the appropriate Universal Term Contract for personal protective equipment, cleaning and disinfection supplies, social distancing barriers and signage, and other healthcare supplies; and to establish purchase orders with the appropriate Universal Term Contract Purchase Agreement for COVID-19 supplies and equipment; to authorize the expenditure of $100,000.00 from the CARES Act Fund; and to declare an emergency. ($100,000.00)ApprovedPass Action details
2603-2020 1CA-3OrdinanceTo authorize the Finance and Management Director to establish a purchase order from an existing Universal Term Contract with the Julian Speer Company for the repair and replacement of fire dampers located within Fire Station #14; to authorize the expenditure of $38,110.00 from the Public Safety Capital Fund; and to declare an emergency. ($38,110.00)ApprovedPass Action details
2578-2020 1CA-4OrdinanceTo authorize the Finance and Management Director to modify the contract for the option to purchase Firefighter Turnout Gear with Lion First Responders; and to declare an emergency.ApprovedPass Action details
2585-2020 1CA-5OrdinanceTo authorize and extend a continuation of military leave with pay to City employees eligible for such leave who have and/or will be members of the uniformed services who are called to perform service in the uniformed services for the ensuing year; to allow for the continuation of City-provided group health and life insurance, under the same terms and conditions currently in effect for City employees and their beneficiaries; and to declare an emergency.ApprovedPass Action details
2427-2020 1CA-6OrdinanceTo authorize the Director of Public Utilities to enter into a service agreement in accordance with City Code relating to sole source procurement with Arcadis U.S., Inc. for the Orion Project Management Information System Support Services application for use by the Departments of Public Utilities, Finance and Management, Development, Public Service, and Recreation and Parks, and to authorize the expenditure of $13,410.32 from the Recreation and Parks Operating Fund, $62,827.10 from the Public Service Department Operating Fund, $20,000.00 from the Finance and Management Department's General Operating Fund, $3,437.94 from the Electricity Operating Fund, $53,797.10 from the Water Operating Fund, $112,229.11 from the Sewerage System Operating Fund, and $9,298.43 from the Stormwater Operating Fund. ($275,000.00)ApprovedPass Action details
2472-2020 1CA-7OrdinanceTo authorize the Director of Public Utilities to pay the annual Discharge Fees for Fiscal Year 2020 to the Treasurer of State of Ohio, Ohio Environmental Protection Agency for the Division of Sewerage and Drainage; and to authorize the expenditure of $82,800.00 from the Sewer Operating Sanitary Fund and $10,000.00 from the Storm Sewer Operating Fund. ($92,800.00)ApprovedPass Action details
2475-2020 1CA-8OrdinanceTo authorize the Director of Public Utilities to enter into a construction contract with York Electric, Inc. for the Fairwood Facility Methane Detector Replacement Project; to authorize the expenditure of up to $789,486.50 from the Sanitary General Obligation Bond Fund; to authorize an expenditure up to $2,000.00 for prevailing wage services to the Department of Public Services from the Sanitary General Obligation Bonds Fund; and to amend the 2019 Capital Improvement Budget. ($791,486.50)ApprovedPass Action details
2476-2020 1CA-9OrdinanceTo authorize the Director of Public Utilities to enter into a construction contract with Complete General Construction Co. for the Lockbourne Road PRV Structural Repairs Project; to authorize a transfer and expenditure up to $136,179.13 within the Water General Obligation Voted Bonds Fund; to provide for payment of prevailing wage services to the Department of Public Service; for the Division of Water; and to authorize an amendment to the 2019 Capital Improvements Budget. ($136,179.13)ApprovedPass Action details
2499-2020 1CA-10OrdinanceTo authorize the City Attorney, on behalf of the Department of Utilities, Division of Power to enter into a contract renewal with McNees Wallace & Nurick LLC for Energy Consultant Legal Services related to the City’s purchase of electric power and advisory services; and to authorize the expenditure of $100,000.00 from the Electricity Operating Fund. ($100,000.00)ApprovedPass Action details
2539-2020 1CA-11OrdinanceTo authorize the Director of Finance and Management to establish a contract with Kevin Lehr Associates for the purchase of Wood Utility Poles for the Division of Power; and to authorize the expenditure of $256,958.70 from the Power Operating Fund; and to declare an emergency. ($256,958.70)ApprovedPass Action details
2556-2020 1CA-12OrdinanceTo authorize the Director of Finance and Management to associate all General Budget reservations resulting from this ordinance with the appropriate Universal Term Contract Purchase Agreements for the purchase of Centrex and Data Services with AT&T for the Division of Water; to authorize the expenditure of $150,000.00 from the Water Operating Fund; to authorize the transfer of $150,000.00 between object classes in the Water Operating Fund; and to declare an emergency. ($150,000.00)ApprovedPass Action details
2593-2020 1CA-13OrdinanceTo authorize the Director of Public Utilities to modify the professional engineering services agreement with Stantec Consulting Services for the Land Stewardship Update Project; to provide a change to the scope of services at no additional contract cost; for the Division of Water; and to declare an emergency. ($0.00)ApprovedPass Action details
2557-2020 1CA-14OrdinanceTo authorize the Director of Finance and Management, on behalf of the Department of Technology, to establish a purchase order/contract with Carahsoft Technology Corporation using a State Term Schedule for the purchase of Accela software licensing and maintenance and support services for use by the Departments of Building and Zoning Services, Development, Public Utilities, and Public Service; to authorize the expenditure of $115,587.04 from the Department of Technology, Information Services Operating Fund and to declare an emergency. ($115,587.04)ApprovedPass Action details
2361-2020 1CA-15OrdinanceTo accept and appropriate funds from Delaware County, Ohio, and NP Capital Management Corporation for construction inspection and administration services in connection with the Roadway Improvement - Lyra Drive Extension project; to authorize the expenditure of those funds for the payment of construction inspection and administration expenses for this project; and to declare an emergency. ($414,216.21)ApprovedPass Action details
2466-2020 1CA-16OrdinanceTo appropriate funds within the Brewery District TIF Fund and within the Brewery District Fund; to transfer cash between the Brewery District TIF Fund and the Brewery District Fund; to authorize the City Attorney's Office to contract for professional services and to negotiate with property owners to acquire right-of-way needed for the Roadway Improvements - Short Street - Liberty to Sycamore Street project; to authorize the expenditure of up to $100,000.00 from the Brewery District Fund for these acquisitions; and to declare an emergency. ($100,000.00)ApprovedPass Action details
2492-2020 1CA-17OrdinanceTo authorize the Director of Finance and Management to enter into contracts with The McLean Company for the purchase of two asphalt smooth drum rollers and five tow-behind split drum vibratory rollers; to authorize the expenditure of up to $429,800.00 from the Municipal Motor Vehicle Tax Fund to purchase the equipment; and to declare an emergency. ($429,800.00)ApprovedPass Action details
2623-2020 1CA-18OrdinanceTo authorize the Finance and Management Director to enter into two (2) contracts for the option to purchase CNG and Diesel Front and Rear Loading Trucks with Esec Corporation and Columbus Truck & Equipment Center LLC dba McMahon Truck Center of Columbus; to authorize the expenditure of $2.00 to establish the contracts from the General Fund; and to declare an emergency. ($2.00)ApprovedPass Action details
2389-2020 1CA-19OrdinanceThis ordinance authorizes the appropriation and expenditure of up to $400,000.00 of 2020 HOME Investment Partnerships Program (HOME) grant from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development; authorizes the Director of Development enter into a commitment letter, loan agreement, promissory note, mortgage, and restrictive covenant with Gates Junction Senior Housing Limited Partnership in an amount up to $400,000.00; and to declare an emergency. ($400,000.00)ApprovedPass Action details
2533-2020 1CA-20OrdinanceTo authorize assessments for weed and solid waste removal on properties in violation of weed and solid waste regulations as set forth in the Columbus City Code; and to declare an emergency.ApprovedPass Action details
2626-2020 1CA-21OrdinanceTo authorize the Director of Development to renew the contract with Inservice Training Network for an additional year for professional development/certification services for city staff who administer the Lead Safe Columbus program; and to declare an emergency.ApprovedPass Action details
2627-2020 1CA-22OrdinanceTo authorize the Director of Development to renew a contract with ATC Group Services LLC for an additional year to provide lead risk inspection/assessor services to the Lead Safe Columbus program; and to declare an emergency.ApprovedPass Action details
2629-2020 1CA-23OrdinanceTo authorize the Director of Development to modify a contract with R.L. Pomante Contractors LLC to add $1,200.00 to pay for additional work already completed beyond the scope of the original contract; and to declare an emergency. ($1,200.00)ApprovedPass Action details
2630-2020 1CA-25OrdinanceTo authorize the City Attorney to enter into a contract for special legal counsel with Isaac Wiles Burkholder & Teetor LLC, for the case of Mango v. Columbus, et al, 2:19-cv-03120, pending in the United States District Court for the Southern District of Ohio; to authorize the transfer of appropriation within, and the expenditure of $40,000.00, from the General Fund; and to declare an emergency. ($40,000.00)ApprovedPass Action details
2633-2020 1CA-26OrdinanceTo authorize the City Attorney to enter into a contract for special legal counsel with Isaac Wiles Burkholder & Teetor LLC, for the case of DaSilva v. Columbus, et al, 2:19-cv-05282, pending in the United States District Court for the Southern District of Ohio; to authorize a transfer of appropriation within, and an expenditure, of $40,000.00 from the General Fund; and to declare an emergency. ($40,000.00)ApprovedPass Action details
2530-2020 1CA-27OrdinanceTo accept the application (AN20-008) of LJKJ Rome Hilliard LLC, et al. for the annexation of certain territory containing 17.3± acres in Prairie Township.ApprovedPass Action details
2748-2020 1CA-28OrdinanceTo authorize Columbus City Council to enter into a grant agreement with Thurber House; to authorize a transfer of appropriations and an expenditure within the CARES Act fund; and to declare an emergency. ($18,000.00)ApprovedPass Action details
2494-2020 1CA-29OrdinanceTo authorize the appropriation and expenditure of $223,661.00 of the FY 2020 Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG) from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) for the Department of Development; to authorize the Director of Development to modify an existing agreement with the Community Shelter Board for the administration of the City's Emergency Solutions Grant monies; and to declare an emergency. ($223,661.00)ApprovedPass Action details
2643-2020 1CA-30OrdinanceTo authorize the Office of the Mayor to modify, by increasing, two existing contracts with Nationwide Children's Hospital and Primary One Health to maintain the delivery of critical obstetric and home visiting services for pregnant mothers and their families across Columbus and Franklin County through December 30, 2020; to authorize the expenditure of $319,685.21 from the CARES Act Fund; and to declare an emergency. ($319,685.21)ApprovedPass Action details
2605-2020 1SR-1OrdinanceTo authorize the issuance of unlimited tax bonds in an amount not to exceed $7,750,000 for public safety and health-related projects ($7,750,000). Section 44-1(b) of the City Charter.Waive the 2nd ReadingPass Action details
2605-2020 1 OrdinanceTo authorize the issuance of unlimited tax bonds in an amount not to exceed $7,750,000 for public safety and health-related projects ($7,750,000). Section 44-1(b) of the City Charter.ApprovedPass Action details
2606-2020 1SR-2OrdinanceTo authorize the issuance of unlimited tax bonds in an amount not to exceed $14,650,000.00 for health, safety and infrastructure-related projects ($14,650,000.00). Section 44-1(b) of the City Charter.Waive the 2nd ReadingPass Action details
2606-2020 1 OrdinanceTo authorize the issuance of unlimited tax bonds in an amount not to exceed $14,650,000.00 for health, safety and infrastructure-related projects ($14,650,000.00). Section 44-1(b) of the City Charter.ApprovedPass Action details
2607-2020 1SR-3OrdinanceTo authorize the issuance of unlimited tax bonds in an amount not to exceed $27,380,000.00 for recreation and park-related projects ($27,380,000.00). Section 44-1(b) of the City Charter.Waive the 2nd ReadingPass Action details
2607-2020 1 OrdinanceTo authorize the issuance of unlimited tax bonds in an amount not to exceed $27,380,000.00 for recreation and park-related projects ($27,380,000.00). Section 44-1(b) of the City Charter.Approved  Action details
2608-2020 1SR-4OrdinanceTo authorize the issuance of unlimited tax bonds in an amount not to exceed $14,500,000.00 for neighborhood development-related projects ($14,500,000.00). Section 44-1(b) of the City Charter.Waive the 2nd ReadingPass Action details
2608-2020 1 OrdinanceTo authorize the issuance of unlimited tax bonds in an amount not to exceed $14,500,000.00 for neighborhood development-related projects ($14,500,000.00). Section 44-1(b) of the City Charter.ApprovedPass Action details
2609-2020 1SR-5OrdinanceTo authorize the issuance of unlimited tax bonds in an amount not to exceed $100,445,000.00 for transportation and refuse projects ($100,445,000.00). Section 44-1(b) of the City Charter.Waive the 2nd ReadingPass Action details
2609-2020 1 OrdinanceTo authorize the issuance of unlimited tax bonds in an amount not to exceed $100,445,000.00 for transportation and refuse projects ($100,445,000.00). Section 44-1(b) of the City Charter.ApprovedPass Action details
2610-2020 1SR-6OrdinanceTo authorize the issuance of unlimited tax bonds in an amount not to exceed $72,815,000.00 for water, storm and power projects ($72,815,000.00). Section 44-1(b) of the City Charter.Waive the 2nd ReadingPass Action details
2610-2020 1 OrdinanceTo authorize the issuance of unlimited tax bonds in an amount not to exceed $72,815,000.00 for water, storm and power projects ($72,815,000.00). Section 44-1(b) of the City Charter.ApprovedPass Action details
2611-2020 1SR-7OrdinanceTo authorize the issuance of unlimited tax bonds in an amount not to exceed $84,920,000.00 for public utilities ($84,920,000.00). Section 44-1(b) of the City Charter.Waive the 2nd ReadingPass Action details
2611-2020 1 OrdinanceTo authorize the issuance of unlimited tax bonds in an amount not to exceed $84,920,000.00 for public utilities ($84,920,000.00). Section 44-1(b) of the City Charter.ApprovedPass Action details
2612-2020 1SR-8OrdinanceTo authorize the issuance of limited tax bonds in an amount not to exceed $27,450,000.00 for economic and community development projects ($27,450,000.00). Section 44-1(b) of the City Charter.Waive the 2nd ReadingPass Action details
2612-2020 1 OrdinanceTo authorize the issuance of limited tax bonds in an amount not to exceed $27,450,000.00 for economic and community development projects ($27,450,000.00). Section 44-1(b) of the City Charter.ApprovedPass Action details
2613-2020 1SR-9OrdinanceTo authorize the issuance of limited tax bonds in an amount not to exceed $12,385,000.00 for construction management projects ($12,385,000.00). Section 44-1(b) of the City Charter.Waive the 2nd ReadingPass Action details
2613-2020 1 OrdinanceTo authorize the issuance of limited tax bonds in an amount not to exceed $12,385,000.00 for construction management projects ($12,385,000.00). Section 44-1(b) of the City Charter.ApprovedPass Action details
2614-2020 1SR-10OrdinanceTo authorize the issuance of limited tax bonds in an amount not to exceed $9,645,000.00 for information services projects ($9,645,000.00). Section 44-1(b) of the City Charter.Waive the 2nd ReadingPass Action details
2614-2020 1 OrdinanceTo authorize the issuance of limited tax bonds in an amount not to exceed $9,645,000.00 for information services projects ($9,645,000.00). Section 44-1(b) of the City Charter.ApprovedPass Action details
2516-2020 1SR-11OrdinanceTo authorize the Director of Recreation and Parks to enter into contract with Canvaas Consulting, LLC to develop and manage the Linden Community Center’s community-based music studio program; to waive the competitive bidding provisions of Chapter 329 of the Columbus City Codes; to authorize the expenditure of $100,000.00 from within the Recreation and Parks operating fund, and to declare an emergency.ApprovedPass Action details
0171X-2020 1SR-12ResolutionTo object to the renewal of liquor permit number 1392586 issued to CHANNING INC., which is doing business as C-ONE MARKET, located at 6044 Channingway Boulevard, Columbus, Ohio 43232.AdoptedPass Action details
0173X-2020 1SR-13ResolutionTo object to the renewal of liquor permit number 1776875 issued to COURTRIGHT EXPRESS MART INC., which is doing business as COURTRIGHT EXPRESS MART INC., located at 2213 Courtright Road, Columbus Ohio 43232.Adopted  Action details
0174X-2020 1SR-14ResolutionTo object to the renewal of liquor permit number 24129960010 issued to EASY STOP I INC., which is doing business as CONVENIENT PLUS FOOD MART, located at 3351 East Main Street, Columbus Ohio 43213.AdoptedPass Action details
0175X-2020 1SR-15ResolutionTo object to the renewal of liquor permit number 41801750002 held by J MAC INVESTMENTS LLC, doing business as MOMENTS GRILL AND LOUNGE, located at 2545 Petzinger Road, Columbus, Ohio 43209.AdoptedPass Action details
0176X-2020 1SR-16ResolutionTo object to the renewal of liquor permit number 41798900020 held by J & J PETROLEUM INC., doing business as SUNOCO, located at 1536 West Broad Street, Columbus, Ohio 43222.AdoptedPass Action details
0177X-2020 1SR-17ResolutionTo object to the renewal of liquor permit number 6367760 issued to NEDAA LLC, which is doing business as SUNOCO, located at 2281 Sullivant Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43223.AdoptedPass Action details
0178X-2020 1SR-18ResolutionTo object to the renewal of liquor permit number 5389275 issued to M & M MARKET & CARRYOUT LLC, which is doing business as M & M MARKET & CARRYOUT, located at 1596 Oakland Park Avenue, Columbus Ohio 43224.AdoptedPass Action details
0180X-2020 1SR-19ResolutionTo object to the renewal of liquor permit number 0160914 issued to AMAR MART LLC., which is doing business as BEER & TOBACCO OUTLET (aka GULF STATION), located at 1432 Mt. Vernon Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43203.AdoptedPass Action details
0181X-2020 1SR-20ResolutionTo object to the renewal of liquor permit number 9115302 issued to 2728 CLEVELAND AVENUE INC., which is doing business as MOBIL MART, located at 2727 Cleveland Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43224.AdoptedPass Action details
0182X-2020 1SR-21ResolutionTo object to the renewal of liquor permit number 95561790005 issued to WHEATLAND FOODS INC., which is doing business as WHEATLAND FOODS, located at 1432 Mt. Vernon Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43203.AdoptedPass Action details
0183X-2020 1SR-22ResolutionTo object to the renewal of liquor permit number 46213250005 issued to KHURRAM LLC, which is doing business as MOBILE MART, located at 830 Parsons Avenue, Columbus Ohio 43206.AdoptedPass Action details
0184X-2020 1SR-23ResolutionTo object to the renewal of liquor permit number 7640081 issued to S EMAN INC, which is doing business as CONVENIENT PLUS FOOD MART, located at 1541 Frebis Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43206.AdoptedPass Action details
0185X-2020 1SR-24ResolutionTo object to the renewal of liquor permit number 7736040 issued to SAOOD INC., which is doing business as LIVINGSTON MARKET, located at 1619 E. Livingston Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43205.AdoptedPass Action details
0186X-2020 1SR-25ResolutionTo object to the renewal of liquor permit number 4410458 issued to JUMANAH LLC., which is doing business as MCGUFFEY MARKET, located at 1066 East Hudson Street, Columbus, Ohio 43211.AdoptedPass Action details
0187X-2020 1SR-26ResolutionTo object to the renewal of liquor permit number 983225 issued to YMA LLC., which is doing business as PAY LESS AUTO SERVICE (aka MARATHON), located at 744 East Hudson Street, Columbus, Ohio 43211.AdoptedPass Action details
0188X-2020 1SR-27ResolutionTo object to the renewal of liquor permit number 2630352 issued to FAKRA INC., which is doing business as PJ’S GRILL, located at 15 East Frambes Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43201.AdoptedPass Action details
2501-2020 1SR-28OrdinanceTo authorize the City Auditor to transfer $200,000.00 in appropriation authority between Object Classes within the Sewer Operating Sanitary Fund, to transfer $1,000,000.00 in appropriation authority between Object Classes within the Electricity Operating Fund; to authorize the Director of Public Utilities to renew the Electric Power Systems Maintenance Services contract with Roberts Service Group, Inc. for the Department of Public Utilities, to authorize the expenditure of $600,000.00 from the Sewer Operating Sanitary Fund and $600,000.00 from the Electricity Operating Fund, and to declare an emergency. ($1,200,000.00)ApprovedPass Action details
2648-2020 1SR-29OrdinanceTo adopt the Operation and Governance Plan, attached hereto, for the City to effect a Governmental Electricity Aggregation Program with opt-out provisions pursuant to Section 4928.20 of the Ohio Revised Code, which was approved by the majority of electors voting in the general election held on November 3, 2020; and to declare an emergency. ($0.00)ApprovedPass Action details
2702-2020 1CA-24OrdinanceTo authorize the Director of Development to modify a contract with the IMPACT Community Action Agency for the Hope Program to add an amount up to $5800,000.00; to authorize an expenditure in an amount up to $5800,000.00 from the Department of Development’s CARES Act budget; and to declare an emergency. ($5800,000.00)ApprovedPass Action details
2511-2020 1SR-30OrdinanceTo authorize the Director of the Department of Development to enter into an Enterprise Zone Agreement with Marble Cliff Canyon, LLC for a tax abatement of seventy-five percent (75%) for a period of ten (10) consecutive years in consideration of a proposed capital investment of approximately $9,200,000.00 in real property improvements and the creation of 5 net new full-time permanent positions with an estimated annual payroll of approximately $175,000.00.ApprovedPass Action details
2531-2020 1SR-31OrdinanceTo authorize the Director of the Department of Development to enter into an Enterprise Zone Agreement with BND Properties IV, LLC and BND Rentals, Inc. dba Vandalia Rental for a tax abatement of seventy-five percent (75%) for a period of ten (10) consecutive years in consideration of a proposed capital investment of approximately $3,000,000.00 in real property improvements and the creation of 10 net new full-time permanent positions with an estimated annual payroll of approximately $680,000.00.ApprovedPass Action details
2535-2020 1SR-32OrdinanceTo authorize the Director of the Department of Development to enter into a Big Darby Agreement with Metro Development, LLC (the “Developer”) to outline the plans and commitments of the City and the Developer for parcels, 570-184818 and 570-301099, located at 5960 West Broad Street subject to the Big Darby Revenue Program requirements in the Big Darby Accord Watershed Master Plan and the rezoning ordinance for the Developer’s rezoning application (#Z19-030).ApprovedPass Action details
2545-2020 1SR-33OrdinanceTo amend Ordinance 1648-2016, as previously amended by Ordinance 3170-2019, to remove parcels from the existing Jaeger TIF area; to create the Stadium 41 TIF area pursuant to O.R.C. 5709.41; to declare improvements to the Stadium 41 TIF parcels to be a public purpose and exempt from real property taxation; to require the owners of the Stadium 41 TIF parcels to make service payments in lieu of taxes; to require the distribution of the applicable portion of those service payments to the Columbus City School District; and to establish an urban redevelopment tax increment equivalent fund for the deposit of the remainder of those service payments.ApprovedPass Action details
2563-2020 1SR-34OrdinanceTo amend Ordinance No. 1447-2020 establishing the Rickenbacker-317 TIF to add additional parcels of real property to expand the Rickenbacker-317 TIF; to declare nonresidential improvements to those new TIF parcels to be a public purpose and exempt from real property taxation; to require the owners of those parcels to make service payments in lieu of taxes; to require the distribution of the applicable portion of those service payments to the Eastland-Fairfield Career and Technical Schools, Columbus City School District and Hamilton Local School District; and to deposit the remainder of those service payments in the Rickenbacker-317 TIF Fund; to amend Ordinance No. 1447-2020 to explicitly add the Eastland-Fairfield Career and Technical Schools as one of the “School Districts” to receive compensation from the Rickenbacker-317 TIF in an amount equal to the real property taxes that it would have been paid if the nonresidential improvement to each parcel within the Rickenbacker-317 TIF had not been exempt from taxation.ApprovedPass Action details
2571-2020 1SR-35OrdinanceTo appropriate and authorize the expenditures of TIF revenues to be deposited in the Stadium 41 TIF urban redevelopment tax increment equivalent fund; to authorize the Director of the Department of Development to enter into a TIF & Cooperative Agreement with Confluence Community Authority (the “Authority”), and if applicable, Confluence Development, LLC (the “Developer”), an affiliate of Crew SC Stadium Company, LLC to provide TIF service payments as security for either development bonds issued by the Authority and/or other financing needed by the Authority for the eligible costs of the Stadium and Mixed-Use Development (the “Project”) pursuant to the TIF & Cooperative Agreement.ApprovedPass Action details
2600-2020 1SR-36OrdinanceAmending Ordinance No. 3106-96 to extend the exemption from taxation of improvements provided for by Ohio Revised Code 5709.40 for certain parcels comprising the Polaris development in the City pursuant to Ohio Revised Code Section 5709.51.Amended as submitted to the ClerkPass Action details
2600-2020 1 OrdinanceAmending Ordinance No. 3106-96 to extend the exemption from taxation of improvements provided for by Ohio Revised Code 5709.40 for certain parcels comprising the Polaris development in the City pursuant to Ohio Revised Code Section 5709.51.Approved as AmendedPass Action details
2601-2020 1SR-37OrdinanceTo amend Ordinance No. 1704-96 to extend the exemption from taxation of improvements provided for by Ohio Revised Code 5709.40 for certain parcels comprising the Easton development in the City pursuant to Ohio Revised Code Section 5709.51.ApprovedPass Action details
2619-2020 1SR-38OrdinanceTo amend Ordinance 0973-2008 as previously amended by Ordinance 1189-2009, Ordinance 0923-2012, and Ordinance 3169-2019 (the “Downtown TIF Ordinance”) to remove certain parcels from the existing Downtown TIF area; to create the PNC-Gilbert TIF area; to declare improvements to the parcels in the PNC-Gilbert TIF area to be a public purpose and exempt from real property taxation; to require the owners of the PNC-Gilbert TIF parcels to make service payments in lieu of taxes; to require the distribution of the applicable portion of those service payments to the Columbus City School District; and to establish a municipal public improvement tax increment equivalent fund for the deposit of the remainder of those service payments.ApprovedPass Action details
2620-2020 1SR-39OrdinanceTo amend Ordinance 0973-2008 as previously amended by Ordinance 1189-2009, Ordinance 0923-2012, and Ordinance 3169-2019 (the “Downtown TIF Ordinance”) to remove certain parcels from the existing Downtown TIF area; to create the Madison-High Street TIF area; to declare improvements to the parcels in the Madison-High Street TIF area to be a public purpose and exempt from real property taxation; to require the owners of the Madison-High Street TIF parcels to make service payments in lieu of taxes; to require the distribution of the applicable portion of those service payments to the Columbus City School District; to establish a municipal public improvement tax increment equivalent fund for the deposit of the remainder of those service payments.ApprovedPass Action details
2621-2020 1SR-40OrdinanceTo authorize the Director of Development to amend and execute the original Reimbursement Agreement between the City and MORSO Holding Co. dated August 4, 2008 as amended by a First Amendment to Reimbursement Agreement on November 14, 2012; a Second Amendment to Reimbursement Agreement on November 11, 2014; a Third Amendment To Reimbursement Agreement on December 11, 2017 (all four collectively, “the Reimbursement Agreement”), to add The Georgetown Company as a party, to provide for goals for disadvantaged business inclusion, to provide for use of TIF revenue for projects determined by the City, to provide for affordable and workforce housing commitments, to provide for cash payments to the City for community development purposes, to govern the uses of TIF revenue generated by the TIF extension, and to make certain other technical modifications.ApprovedPass Action details
2622-2020 1SR-41OrdinanceTo authorize the Director of Development to amend and execute the Amended and Restated Tax Increment Financing Agreement dated as of December 28, 2016 (the “Original Agreement”) as amended by the First Amendment to the Original Agreement, dated as of December 11, 2019 (the “First Amendment”), and this Ordinance hereby authorizing the “Second Amendment” to the Original Agreement (collectively, the “Agreement”) to provide funding for public infrastructure improvements necessary for the continued development of Polaris and the surrounding area from the Polaris TIF, to provide for goals for disadvantaged business inclusion, to provide for use of TIF revenue for projects determined by the City, to provide for affordable and workforce housing commitments, to govern the uses of TIF revenue generated by the TIF extension, and to make certain other technical modifications.ApprovedPass Action details
2562-2020 1SR-42OrdinanceTo authorize the Executive Director of the Civil Service Commission to modify and increase a contract with Winfred Arthur, Jr., Ph.D. for the execution of an independent audit of the Columbus Police Officer recruiting/testing process as recommended by the Columbus Community Safety Advisory Committee; to waive the competitive bidding provisions of Chapter 329 of the Columbus City Code so as to allow the modification and increase of this contract; to authorize a transfer of $35,000.00 within the General Fund; to authorize the expenditure of $80,000.00 from the General Fund; and to declare an emergency ($80,000.00).ApprovedPass Action details
2691-2020 1SR-43OrdinanceTo authorize the Director of Development to execute a grant agreement with the Community Shelter Board to provide programmatic support for people experiencing homelessness who have COVID-19, or have been exposed, and to operate social distancing shelters; to authorize an expenditure up to $1,000,000.00 from the CARES Act Fund; to authorize the payment of expenses starting March 1, 2020; and to declare an emergency. ($1,000,000.00)ApprovedPass Action details
2700-2020 1SR-44OrdinanceTo waive the competitive bidding requirements of Columbus City Code Chapter 329; to authorize the Director to execute a professional services contract with Canvass Consulting LLC in an amount up to $815,000.00 for the purpose of implementing a new, comprehensive campaign to help stop the spread of COVID-19; to authorize an expenditure up to $815,000.00 from the CARES Act Fund; to authorize the payment of expenses starting March 1, 2020; and to declare an emergency. ($815,000.00)ApprovedPass Action details
2701-2020 1SR-45OrdinanceTo waive the competitive bidding provisions of City Code Chapter 329; to authorize the Director to execute a professional services contract with Ologie LLC in an amount up to $185,000.00 for the purpose of assisting the city of Columbus with planning and executing a new, comprehensive campaign to help stop the spread of COVID-19; to authorize an expenditure up to $185,000.00 from the CARES Act Fund; to authorize the payment of expenses starting March 1, 2020; and to declare an emergency. ($185,000.00)ApprovedPass Action details
2719-2020 1SR-46OrdinanceTo authorize the Director of Development to execute a grant agreement with the Clintonville-Beechwold Community Resources Center for the provision of direct services to low and moderate income clients who have been impacted by COVID-19, or have been exposed, and are served by members of The Columbus Federation of Settlements; to authorize an expenditure up to $250,000.00 from the CARES Act Fund; to authorize the payment of expenses starting March 1, 2020; and to declare an emergency. ($250,000.00)ApprovedPass Action details
2739-2020 1SR-47OrdinanceTo authorize the Director of the Department of Development to execute a grant agreement with SID Public Services Association in an amount up to $2,000,000.00 for the purpose of deploying grants to Columbus small businesses impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic in Downtown and the Short North business districts as part of the department’s COVID-19 Small Business Response and Recovery Program; to authorize an expenditure up to $2,000,000.00 from the CARES Act Fund; to authorize the payment of expenses starting March 1, 2020; and to declare an emergency. ($2,000,000.00)ApprovedPass Action details
2770-2020 1SR-48OrdinanceTo find not legally sufficient a petition for a proposed ordinance titled “To authorize and direct the City Auditor to establish an Energy Conservation and Energy Efficiency Fund and a Clean Energy Education and Training Fund and to take the necessary actions to transfer $10,000,000 from the general fund of the City of Columbus to each of these funds for a total of $20,000,000 for the appropriate purposes; and to authorize and direct the City Auditor to take the necessary actions to transfer $10,000,000 from the general fund of the City of Columbus for the purpose of funding a minority business development program; to establish a Columbus Clean Energy Partnership Fund; and to authorize and direct the City Auditor to take the necessary actions to transfer of $57,000,000 from the general fund of the City of Columbus for the purpose of funding an electricity subsidy program for residents of the City of Columbus; to establish a transparency and accountability reporting requirement for the City Auditor for all uses of funds in section 1,2,3, and 4; to declare this Ordinance to be an emergApprovedPass Action details
2768-2020 1SR-49OrdinanceTo enact new chapter 574 of the Columbus City Codes, pertaining to third-party food delivery services; to establish a limit on the commission that third parties can charge to restaurants located in the City of Columbus to 15% of the purchase price on delivery or pick-up orders while restaurants are unable to provide unrestricted dine-in service; to prohibit a reduction in compensation for delivery drivers as a result of this limit; and to declare an emergency.Amended as submitted to the ClerkPass Action details
2768-2020 1 OrdinanceTo enact new chapter 574 of the Columbus City Codes, pertaining to third-party food delivery services; to establish a limit on the commission that third parties can charge to restaurants located in the City of Columbus to 15% of the purchase price on delivery or pick-up orders while restaurants are unable to provide unrestricted dine-in service; to prohibit a reduction in compensation for delivery drivers as a result of this limit; and to declare an emergency.Approved as AmendedPass Action details