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Minutes - Final  
Columbus City Council  
Monday, November 14, 2022  
5:00 PM  
City Council Chambers, Rm 231  
REGULAR MEETING NO. 53 OF COLUMBUS CITY COUNCIL, NOVEMBER 14,  
2022 at 5:00 P.M. IN COUNCIL CHAMBERS.  
ROLL CALL  
1 - Shayla Favor  
6 -  
Absent:  
Present:  
Nicholas Bankston, Lourdes Barroso De Padilla, Elizabeth Brown, Rob  
Dorans, Emmanuel Remy, and Shannon Hardin  
READING AND DISPOSAL OF THE JOURNAL  
A motion was made by Emmanuel V. Remy, seconded by Rob Dorans, to  
Dispense with the reading of the Journal and Approve. The motion carried by  
the following vote:  
1 - Shayla Favor  
6 -  
Absent:  
Affirmative:  
Nicholas Bankston, Lourdes Barroso De Padilla, Elizabeth Brown, Rob  
Dorans, Emmanuel Remy, and Shannon Hardin  
ADDITIONS OR CORRECTIONS TO THE JOURNAL  
COMMUNICATIONS AND REPORTS RECEIVED BY CITY CLERK'S OFFICE  
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THE FOLLOWING COMMUNICATIONS WERE RECEIVED BY THE CITY  
CLERK'S OFFICE AS OF WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 2022.  
New Type: D1  
To: Ohio Springs INC  
DBA Sheetz  
975 E Dublin Grandville Rd  
Columbus, OH 43229  
Permit #: 65215090325  
New Type: D3  
To: Columbus Hospitality LLC  
DBA Vitria On The Square  
14 E 15th St  
Columbus, OH 43201  
Permit #: 16533800080  
New Type: C1 C2 D6  
To: 3327 Maize Rd LLC  
3327-3329 Maize Rd  
Columbus, OH 43224  
Permit #: 8912729  
New Type: D1 D2  
To: Bob Evans Restaurants LLC  
DBA Bob Evans Restaurant 449  
4019 Hamilton Sq Blvd  
Columbus, OH 43125  
Permit #: 03207030370  
Transfer Type: C1 C2 D6  
To: Barsa Mart LLC  
DBA Eckels Market  
1943 Hard Rd  
Columbus Worthington OH 43235  
From: Proficient People LTD  
1943 Hard Rd  
Columbus Worthington, OH 43235  
Permit #: 0502498  
New Type: D1  
To: Las Carnitas Mexican Restaurant LLC  
390 S Grener Ave  
Columbus, OH 43228  
Permit #: 5034500  
New Type: C2  
To: Wanderlust Shops LLC  
DBA Wanderlust Shops Wanderlust  
3933 Easton Square Place West  
Columbus, OH 43219  
Permit #: 9393573  
Transfer Type: C1 C2  
To: 1509 Lockbourne LLC  
1509 Lockbourne Rd  
Columbus, OH 43206  
From: Elza INC  
DBA Lockbourne Mobil  
1509 Lockbourne Rd  
Columbus, OH 43206  
Permit #: 6547699  
Advertise Date: 11/19/22  
Agenda Date: 11/14/22  
Return Date: 11/24/22  
Read and Filed  
RESOLUTIONS OF EXPRESSION  
BARROSO DE PADILLA  
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To Recognize and Celebrate the Accomplishments of the 2022 Age-Friendly  
Columbus and Franklin County Innovation Center Scholars.  
Sponsors:  
Lourdes Barroso De Padilla, Nicholas Bankston, Elizabeth Brown, Rob  
Dorans, Shayla Favor, Emmanuel V. Remy and Shannon G. Hardin  
A motion was made by Lourdes Barroso De Padilla, seconded by Emmanuel V.  
Remy, that this Ceremonial Resolution be Adopted. The motion carried by the  
following vote:  
1 - Shayla Favor  
6 -  
Absent:  
Affirmative:  
Nicholas Bankston, Lourdes Barroso De Padilla, Elizabeth Brown, Rob  
Dorans, Emmanuel Remy, and Shannon Hardin  
ADDITIONS OR CORRECTIONS TO THE AGENDA  
FIRST READING OF 30-DAY LEGISLATION  
FR  
A motion was made by Emmanuel V. Remy, seconded by Nicholas Bankston, to  
waive the reading of the titles of first reading legislation. The motion carried  
by the following vote:  
1 - Shayla Favor  
6 -  
Absent:  
Affirmative:  
Nicholas Bankston, Lourdes Barroso De Padilla, Elizabeth Brown, Rob  
Dorans, Emmanuel Remy, and Shannon Hardin  
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT: BANKSTON, CHR. REMY DORANS HARDIN  
FR-1  
To authorize the Director of the Department of Development to enter into an  
Enterprise Zone Agreement with Cologix US, Inc. and Cologix Services Company,  
LLC for a tax abatement of seventy-five percent (75%) for a period of ten (10)  
consecutive years in consideration of  
a
total proposed capital investment of  
approximately $160.5 million, which includes $61 million in real property  
improvements, the creation of fifteen (15) net new full-time permanent positions with  
an estimated new annual payroll of approximately $1.5 million and the retention of  
twenty-four (24) full-time jobs.  
Read for the First Time  
FR-2  
To repeal Ordinance No. 2619-2020 and Ordinance No. 2620-2020 to reset the  
boundaries of, and parcels within, the Downtown TIF area; to amend Ordinance No.  
0973-2008, as previously amended, (i) to amend the parcels and map of the  
Downtown TIF, as depicted in Exhibit A, attached to that ordinance; (ii) to repeal and  
replace the authorized list of public infrastructure improvements funded by the  
Downtown TIF, attached as Exhibit B to that ordinance; and (iii) to extend the  
exemption period an additional thirty-years for certain parcels comprising the  
Downtown TIF pursuant to Ohio Revised Code Section 5709.51.  
Read for the First Time  
FR-3  
To authorize the Director of Development to petition the Ohio Department of  
Development to amend the existing South Grove Community Reinvestment Area as  
established by the Ohio Revised Code to (1) rename the Community Reinvestment  
Area as the Southside Investment District Community Reinvestment Area (the  
“CRA”); (2) to revise the improvements eligible for abatement within the CRA; and  
(3) to add approximately 8,931 acres of land within the City of Columbus, contiguous  
with the current boundary of the CRA but not currently within the boundary of the  
CRA.  
Read for the First Time  
FR-4  
To authorize the Director of the Department of Development to enter into an  
Enterprise Zone Agreement with Broughton Investment, LLC and Xtreme Express,  
LLC (collectively, known as the “Enterprise”) for a tax abatement of seventy-five  
percent (75%) for a period of ten (10) consecutive years in consideration of the  
Enterprise investing approximately $11 million in real property improvements, the  
retention of eighty-one (81) full-time jobs with an estimated annual payroll of  
approximately $3.83 million and the creation of fifty (50) net new full-time permanent  
positions with an estimated annual payroll of approximately $2,649,700 at the Project  
Site.  
Read for the First Time  
PUBLIC SERVICE & TRANSPORTATION: BARROSO DE PADILLA, CHR.  
FAVOR BANKSTON HARDIN  
To authorize the Director of Public Service to execute grant agreements with the  
Ohio Department of Transportation relative to the Highway Safety Improvement  
Program, to accept and expend awarded grant funds, and to issue refunds, if  
necessary, for approved projects. ($0.00)  
FR-5  
Read for the First Time  
FR-6  
To adopt a new Development Related Fee Schedule for the Department of Public  
Service, Infrastructure Transportation Construction Inspection Fees, to be effective  
on Thursday, January 5, 2023  
Read for the First Time  
VETERANS & SENIOR AFFAIRS: BARROSO DE PADILLA, CHR. BROWN  
FAVOR HARDIN  
To authorize and direct the Director of Recreation and Parks to enter into contracts  
with 26 community agencies to provide social and nutrition services to older adults in  
Central Ohio during 2023; to authorize the expenditure of $6,635,000.00 from the  
Recreation and Parks Grant Fund. ($6,635,000.00)  
FR-7  
Read for the First Time  
PUBLIC UTILITIES: DORANS, CHR. BANKSTON REMY HARDIN  
FR-8  
To authorize the Director of the Department of Public Utilities to enter into a service  
agreement in accordance with sole source provisions of the Columbus City Codes  
with Cornerstone OnDemand, Inc., for software support of the Cornerstone  
OnDemand Learning Management Software System, CyberU Enterprise; and to  
authorize the expenditure of $1,733.07 from the Electricity Operating Fund,  
$11,023.43 from the Water Operating Fund, $12,358.74 from the Sewerage System  
Operating Fund, and $3,295.66 from the Stormwater Operating Fund. ($28,410.90)  
Read for the First Time  
FR-9  
To authorize the Director of the Department of Public Utilities to enter into a  
construction contract with The Righter Co, Inc. for the replacement of the SMOC  
Vehicle Maintenance Fluid System; to authorize the expenditure of up to $654,600.00  
from the Sanitary Sewer General Obligation Bond Fund; and to amend the 2022  
Capital Improvement Budget. ($654,600.00)  
Read for the First Time  
FR-10  
To authorize the Director of Public Utilities to modify and increase a contract with  
Sensus USA, Inc. for ongoing software, hardware, and maintenance of the system  
that is required as part of the Enhanced Meter Project for the Division of Water; and  
to authorize the expenditure of $1,100,000.00; ($1,100,000.00)  
Read for the First Time  
FR-11  
To authorize the Director of Public Utilities to enter into a contract with CUES Inc. to  
provide the GraniteNet SaaS cloud platform and applications for field closed circuit  
television video (CCTV) inspections for the Division of Sewerage and Drainage  
(DOSD); and to authorize the expenditure of $244,849.00 from the Sewer Operating  
Sanitary Fund. ($244,849.00)  
Read for the First Time  
FR-12  
To authorize the Department of Public Utilities, Division of Power, to proceed with  
the installation of LED lighting with ornamental poles and underground wiring in the  
Morningstar-North Forty neighborhood under the assessment procedure.  
Read for the First Time  
FR-13  
To authorize the Director of Public Utilities to modify and increase the 2020 - 2022  
Construction Administration and Inspection Services agreement with H. R. Gray &  
Associates, Inc. for the Division of Sewerage & Drainage’s Public Sanitary Sewers  
for Brooklyn/Cleveland HSTS Elimination Project 650895-100003; to authorize an  
expenditure of up to $180,161.21 from the Sewer G.O. Bond Fund; and to authorize  
an amendment to the 2022 Capital Improvement Budget. ($180,161.21)  
Read for the First Time  
FR-14  
To authorize the Director of Public Utilities to modify a professional engineering  
services agreement with Arcadis U.S., Inc. for the Division of Sewerage and  
Drainage for the Sewer System Capacity Model Update 2020; to authorize the  
transfer within and expenditure of up to $2,000,163.59 from the Sanitary Sewer  
General Obligation Bond Fund; and to amend the 2022 Capital Improvement Budget.  
($2,000,163.59)  
Read for the First Time  
HOUSING: FAVOR, CHR. BROWN BANKSTON HARDIN  
FR-15  
To authorize the Director of the Department of Development to execute any and all  
necessary agreements and deeds for conveyance of title of one parcel of real  
property (498 S Hague Ave.) held in the Land Bank pursuant to the Land  
Reutilization Program.  
Read for the First Time  
HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES: FAVOR, CHR. BARROSO DE PADILLA  
BROWN HARDIN  
FR-16  
FR-17  
To authorize the expenditure of $20,000.00 from the Health Special Revenue Fund to  
pay The Columbus Foundation, Foundation for Columbus Public Health, for the  
management of the 2023 Community Gardening Projects. ($20,000.00)  
Read for the First Time  
To authorize the Director of Development to enter into a Grant Agreement in an  
amount up to $82,000.00 with 1DivineLine2Health to provide  
a
capital grant  
supporting construction of a multiple-purpose room in the Hilltop creating a safe space  
for clinicians to meet with clients, storage for outreach and youth events, and a  
warming/cooling center for those in need, and to authorize an expenditure of  
$82,000.00 from the Development Taxable Bond Fund. ($82,000.00)  
Read for the First Time  
ENVIRONMENT: REMY, CHR. BARROSO DE PADILLA FAVOR HARDIN  
FR-18  
To authorize the Director of the Department of Finance and Management to modify a  
non-profit service contract with Impact Community Action for continuation of the  
Clean Clothes Initiative; and to authorize the expenditure of $400,000.00 from the  
Sustainable Columbus Fund. ($400,000.00)  
Read for the First Time  
RULES & REFERENCE: HARDIN, CHR. BROWN REMY FAVOR  
To amend various sections of Chapter 1105 of the Columbus City Codes, and to enact  
new water rates for the year beginning January 1, 2023, and to repeal the existing  
sections being amended.  
FR-19  
Rob Dorans  
Sponsors:  
Read for the First Time  
To amend Sections 1137.01, 1147.01 and 1147.11 of the Columbus City Codes to  
revise sewer charge definitions, revise the discretion to reduce sewer front footage  
fees, and enact new sanitary sewer service rates for the year beginning January 1,  
2023; and to repeal the existing sections being amended.  
FR-20  
Rob Dorans  
Sponsors:  
Read for the First Time  
FR-21  
To amend Section 1149.08 of the Columbus City Codes, to enact new Stormwater  
fees for the year beginning January 1, 2023, and to repeal the existing Section being  
amended.  
Rob Dorans  
Read for the First Time  
Sponsors:  
ZONING: DORANS, CHR. BANKSTON BARROSO DE PADILLA BROWN  
FAVOR REMY HARDIN  
REZONINGS/AMENDMENTS  
FR-22  
To rezone 6455 PRESIDENTIAL GATEWAY (43231), being 6.11± acres located  
at the southwest corner of Corporate Exchange Drive and Presidential Gateway,  
From: L-C-2, Limited Commercial District, To: L-AR-1, Limited Apartment  
Residential District (Rezoning #Z22-036).  
Read for the First Time  
FR-23  
To rezone 5600 N. HAMILTON RD. (43230), being 1.00± acre located on the  
east side of North Hamilton Road, 160± feet south of Preserve Boulevard, From:  
L-C-4, Limited Commercial District, To: L-C-4, Limited Commercial District  
(Rezoning #Z22-028).  
Read for the First Time  
VARIANCES  
FR-24  
To grant a Variance from the provisions of Sections 3312.27(2), Parking setback line,  
of the Columbus City Codes; for the property located at 6455 PRESIDENTIAL  
GATEWAY (43231), to permit a reduced parking setback for an apartment building  
in the L-AR-1, Limited Apartment Residential District (Council Variance  
#CV22-047).  
Read for the First Time  
FR-25  
To grant a Variance from the provisions of Sections 3356, C-4 permitted uses; and  
3370.05, Permitted uses, of the Columbus City Codes; for the property located at  
3700 LIFESTYLE BLVD. (43219), to permit ground floor accessory residential  
uses and a self-storage facility in the L-C-4, Limited Commercial District, and to  
repeal Ordinance #2614-00 (CV00-055) and Ordinance #0654-2005 (CV05-001)  
(Council Variance #CV22-057).  
Read for the First Time  
FR-26  
To grant a Variance from the provisions of Sections 3332.039, R-4 residential district;  
3332.05(A)(4), Area district lot width requirements; 3332.15, R-4 area district  
requirements; 3332.18(D), Basis of computing area; 3332.19, Fronting; 3332.25,  
Maximum side yards required; 3332.26, Minimum side yard permitted; and 3332.27,  
Rear yard; of the Columbus City Codes; for the property located at 870-874  
DENNISON AVE. (43201), to permit a four-unit dwelling and a three-unit dwelling  
on one lot with reduced development standards in the R-4, Residential District  
(Council Variance #CV22-088).  
Read for the First Time  
FR-27  
To grant a Variance from the provisions of Sections 3332.033, R-2 residential district;  
3332.12, R-2 area district requirements; 3332.19, Fronting; 3332.21(B), Building lines;  
and 3332.27, Rear yard, of the Columbus City Codes; for the property located at  
2084 PARKWOOD AVE. (43219), to permit six single-unit dwellings on the same  
lot with reduced development standards in the R-2, Residential District (Council  
Variance #CV22-050).  
Read for the First Time  
FR-28  
To grant a Variance from the provisions of Sections 3333.02, AR-12, ARLD and  
AR-1, Apartment residential district use; 3333.09, Area Requirements; Section  
3333.11, ARLD area district requirements; 3333.23(D), Minimum side yard permitted;  
and 3333.24, Rear yard, of the Columbus City Codes, for the property located at 940  
MCALLISTER AVE. (43205), to permit three single-unit dwellings with reduced  
development standards in the ARLD, Apartment Residential District (Council  
Variance #CV22-042).  
Read for the First Time  
CA  
CONSENT ACTIONS  
RESOLUTIONS OF EXPRESSION  
HARDIN  
To Recognize and Celebrate Michelle Heritage for Her Service to the Community  
Shelter Board (CSB)  
CA-1  
Sponsors:  
Shannon G. Hardin, Nicholas Bankston, Lourdes Barroso De Padilla,  
Elizabeth Brown, Rob Dorans, Shayla Favor and Emmanuel V. Remy  
A motion was made by Emmanuel V. Remy, seconded by Rob Dorans, that this  
Ceremonial Resolution be Adopted. The motion carried by the following vote:  
1 - Shayla Favor  
Absent:  
1 - Nicholas Bankston  
Abstained:  
Affirmative:  
5 -  
Lourdes Barroso De Padilla, Elizabeth Brown, Rob Dorans, Emmanuel  
Remy, and Shannon Hardin  
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT: BANKSTON, CHR. REMY DORANS HARDIN  
CA-2  
To approve and authorize the Director of the Department of Development, for and in  
the name of the City, signing and filing the petition to establish the NM Mixed-Use  
Project New Community Authority; to determine that the petition to establish the NM  
Mixed-Use Project New Community Authority is sufficient and complies with the  
requirements of Chapter 349 of the Ohio Revised Code; to authorize the appropriate  
City officials to hold a public hearing on the petition at the time and place set herein;  
to authorize the notice of such public hearing by publication in a newspaper of general  
circulation in the county for three consecutive weeks; and to declare an emergency.  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
CA-3  
To authorize the Director of the Department of Development to enter into a Housing  
Development Agreement with QT Apartments I, LLC, to memorialize the affordable  
housing commitments contained therein; and to declare an emergency.  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
CA-4  
CA-5  
To authorize the Director of the Department of Development to enter into a Housing  
Development Agreement with GVX Park Apartments, LLC, to memorialize the  
affordable housing commitments contained therein; and to declare an emergency.  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
To authorize the Director of the Department of Development to enter into a Housing  
Development Agreement with 810 Grandview Crossing Apartments I, LLC, to  
memorialize the affordable housing commitments contained therein; and to declare an  
emergency.  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
CA-6  
CA-7  
To authorize the Director of the Department of Development to enter into a Housing  
Development Agreement with GVX Lane Mixed-Use I, LLC, to memorialize the  
affordable housing commitments contained therein; and to declare an emergency.  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
To authorize the Director of the Department of Development to enter into a Housing  
Development Agreement with GVX Lane Mixed-Use II, LLC, to memorialize the  
affordable housing commitments contained therein; and to declare an emergency.  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
CA-8  
To authorize the Director of Development to modify a contract with Fahlgren, Inc,  
Inc. in an amount up to $75,000.00 and to include additional content; to authorize the  
expenditure of up to $75,000.00; and to extend the contract for one additional year.  
($75,000.00)  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
CA-9  
To authorize the Director of Development to enter into a Contribution Agreement  
with Trolley Barn LLC; to authorize the appropriation and expenditure of up to  
$170,000.00 from the Neighborhood Economic Development Fund; to approve eligible  
expenditures incurred prior to the execution of the contribution agreement. and to  
declare an emergency ($170,000.00).  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
To accept the application (AN22-007) of Capital City Baptist Church for the  
annexation of certain territory containing 23.3± acres in Blendon Township.  
CA-10  
CA-11  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
To set forth a statement of municipal services and zoning conditions to be provided to  
the area contained in a proposed annexation (AN22-015) of 19.05± Acres in Franklin  
Township to the city of Columbus as required by the Ohio Revised Code and to  
declare an emergency.  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
TECHNOLOGY: BANKSTON, CHR. DORANS BROWN HARDIN  
To authorize the Director of Technology, on behalf of various city departments, to  
enter into a contract with Cornerstone OnDemand, Inc. for annual maintenance and  
hosting fee services, in accordance with the sole source provisions of the Columbus  
City Code; and to authorize the expenditure of $231,508.43 from the Department of  
Technology, Information Services Operating Fund. ($231,508.43)  
CA-12  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
To authorize the Director of the Department of Technology to enter into contract with  
Saitech, Inc., for Veeam software licensing maintenance and support services; and to  
authorize the expenditure of $131,476.25 from the Department of Technology,  
CA-13  
Information Services Operating Fund. ($131,476.25)  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
To authorize the appropriation of $60,300.00 from the unappropriated balance of the  
Columbus City Schools, Telephone Services subfund, to the Department of  
Technology, Information Services Division, Information Services Operating fund,  
Telephone Services subfund; to authorize the Director of the Department of Finance  
and Management, on behalf of the Department of Technology, to associate all  
General Budget Reservations resulting from this ordinance with the appropriate  
Universal Term Contract/ Purchase Agreement for professional services to manage  
and upgrade Columbus City Schools’ Cisco voice-over-internet-protocol (VOIP)  
environment; to authorize the expenditure of $60,300.00 from the Department of  
Technology, Information Services Operating fund, Columbus City Schools Telephone  
Services subfund; and to declare an emergency. ($60,300.00)  
CA-14  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
To authorizes the Director of Finance and Management, on behalf of the Department  
of Technology, to establish a purchase order with Dell Marketing, LP for access to  
Microsoft Enterprise Unified Support services through the State of Ohio’s Microsoft  
Agreements and Enrollments Large Solution Providers agreement; to authorize the  
expenditure of $98,159.05 for the above stated purpose; and to declare an emergency.  
($98,159.05)  
CA-15  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
PUBLIC SERVICE & TRANSPORTATION: BARROSO DE PADILLA, CHR.  
FAVOR BANKSTON HARDIN  
To amend the 2022 Capital Improvements Budget; to authorize the Director of Public  
Service to pay design costs to DLZ Ohio, Inc. for the CelebrateOne Sidewalk - Near  
South project; to authorize the expenditure of up to $2,628.29 for utility relocations for  
this project from the Streets and Highways Bond Fund. ($2,628.29)  
CA-16  
CA-17  
CA-18  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
To authorize the Director of Public Service to enter into contract with AAD  
Contracting, Inc. for the Bridge Cleaning and Sealing 2022 project; and to authorize  
the expenditure of up to $380,000.00 from the Street Construction Maintenance and  
Repair Fund for the project. ($380,000.00)  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
To authorize the Director of Public Service to apply for a Safe Streets for All (SS4A)  
Program Implementation Grant from the United States Department of Transportation;  
to authorize the execution of grant and other requisite agreements with the United  
States Department of Transportation and other entities providing for the acceptance  
and administration of said grant award on behalf of the City of Columbus, Department  
of Public Service; to authorize the expenditure of any awarded funds and the refund  
of any unused funds. ($0.00)  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
To authorize the Director of the Department of Public Service to execute those  
documents necessary to release the portions of easements known as a north/south  
alley and a small portion of an east/west alley north of Price Avenue and west of  
High Street to allow the area to clear title for this site. ($500.00)  
CA-19  
CA-20  
CA-21  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
To authorize the Finance and Management Director to enter into two (2) Universal  
Term Contracts for the option to purchase Preformed Thermoplastics with Geveko  
Markings and Ennis-Flint Inc.; and to authorize the expenditure of $2.00.  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
To authorize the Finance and Management Director, on behalf of the Department of  
Public Service, to modify contracts with Altec Inc. to allow for raw material and labor  
surcharges of up to $90,000.00; to authorize the expenditure of up to $90,000.00 from  
the Municipal Motor Vehicle Tax Fund; and to declare an emergency. ($90,000.00)  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
To authorize the Director of Public Service to enter into  
a professional service  
CA-22  
CA-23  
contract with True Inspection Services, LLC for the Roadway - Material Testing and  
Inspection 2022 - 1 project; to authorize the expenditure of up to $150,000.00 from the  
Private Construction Inspection Fund and up to $350,000.00 from the Construction  
Inspection Fund to pay for the contracts; and to declare an emergency. ($500,000.00)  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
To authorize the Director of Public Service to enter into  
a professional service  
contract with Stantec Consulting Services, Inc. for the Roadway - Material Testing  
and Inspection 2022 - 2 project; to authorize the expenditure of up to $150,000.00  
from the Private Construction Inspection Fund and up to $350,000.00 from the  
Construction Inspection Fund to pay for the contracts; and to declare an emergency.  
($500,000.00)  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
NEIGHBORHOODS AND IMMIGRANT, REFUGEE, AND MIGRANT AFFAIRS:  
BARROSO DE PADILLA, CHR. DORANS REMY HARDIN  
To authorize the Director of the Department of Neighborhoods to enter into a  
16-month contract with the Kirwan Institute for the completion of a community  
assessment and impact report for the My Brother’s Keeper initiative; to authorize the  
expenditure of $200,000.00, and to declare an emergency. ($200,000.00)  
CA-24  
CA-25  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
To authorize the City Clerk to enter into a grant agreement with the Columbus Kappa  
Foundation in support of The 13th Annual Columbus Alumni Chapter Kappa Alpha  
Psi Thanksgiving Turkey Giveaway; to authorize an appropriation and expenditure  
within the Neighborhood Initiatives subfund; and to declare an emergency.  
($5,000.00)  
Lourdes Barroso De Padilla and Shannon G. Hardin  
Sponsors:  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
FINANCE: BROWN, CHR. BANKSTON REMY HARDIN  
CA-26  
To authorize the Director of Finance and Management to enter into a contract on  
behalf of the Office of Construction Management with Dynotec, Inc. for Professional  
Architectural/Engineering Services Task Order Basis; to amend the 2022 Capital  
-
Improvement Budget; to authorize the transfer and expenditure of $250,000.00 from  
the Safety Voted Capital Funds; ($250,000.00).  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
CA-27  
CA-28  
To authorize the Finance and Management Director to enter into a Universal Term  
Contract for the option to purchase Remanufactured and OEM Ink Cartridges with  
US Laser, LLC; and to authorize the expenditure of $1.00.  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
To amend the 2022 Capital Improvement Budget; to authorize a transfer within and  
the expenditure of $390,202.00 from the Construction Management Capital  
Improvement Fund; to authorize the expenditure of $29,080.00 from the Public Safety  
Capital Improvement Fund, in order to reimburse the general fund for construction  
and building renovation expenses incurred by the Office of Construction  
Management; and to declare an emergency. ($419,282.00)  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
CA-29  
To authorize the City Treasurer to modify its contracts for various City banking  
services with Huntington National Bank, JP Morgan Chase Bank and Fifth Third  
Bank. ($0.00)  
A motion was made by Emmanuel V. Remy, seconded by Rob Dorans, that this  
Ordinance be Approved. The motion carried by the following vote:  
1 - Shayla Favor  
Absent:  
Abstained:  
Affirmative:  
1 - Nicholas Bankston  
5 -  
Lourdes Barroso De Padilla, Elizabeth Brown, Rob Dorans, Emmanuel  
Remy, and Shannon Hardin  
CA-30  
To authorize the Finance and Management Director to enter into a Universal Term  
Contract for the option to purchase Electrical Repairs, Replacements and  
Maintenance Services with Roberts Service Group, Inc.; and to authorize the  
expenditure of $1.00. ($1.00)  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
CA-31  
CA-32  
To authorize the City Treasurer to modify its contract with Crowe LLP for consulting  
services; to authorize the transfer of $50,700.00 within the Treasurer’s Office 2022  
budget appropriations; to authorize the expenditure of up to $50,000.00 from the  
general fund; and to declare an emergency. ($50,000.00)  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
To authorize the Finance and Management Director to enter into a Universal Term  
Contract for the option to purchase OEM Truck Parts with Southeastern Equipment  
Company, Inc.; to authorize the expenditure of $1.00; and to declare an emergency.  
($1.00).  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
RECREATION & PARKS: BROWN, CHR. REMY BANKSTON HARDIN  
CA-33  
To authorize the Director of Recreation and Parks to enter into an agreement with the  
Franklin County Engineer's Office to accept $15,000.00 for the Urban Tree Canopy  
Assessment Project. ($15,000.00)  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
PUBLIC UTILITIES: DORANS, CHR. BANKSTON REMY HARDIN  
CA-34  
To authorize the Director of Finance and Management to enter into a contract with  
Thermo Electron North American LLC for the purchase of a Ion Chromatography  
System for the Division of Water; and to authorize the expenditure of $111,824.90  
from the Water Operating Fund. ($111,824.90)  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
CA-35  
CA-36  
To authorize the director of the Department of Public Utilities to execute those  
document(s) necessary to release the City’s easement rights. ($0.00)  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
To authorize the Director of the Department of Finance and Management to increase  
funding for a contract with Jerry Pate Turf & Irrigation, Inc. dba Century Equipment,  
Inc. to purchase a Toro 4100-D Mower for the Division of Water; to authorize the  
expenditure of $23,898.23 from the Water Operating Fund; and to declare an  
emergency. ($23,898.23)  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
CA-37  
To authorize the Director of Public Utilities to modify a service contract with Bermex,  
Inc. to provide Water Meter Reading Services for the Division of Water; and to  
authorize the expenditure of $200,000.00 from the Water Operating Fund.  
($200,000.00)  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
CA-38  
To authorize the Director of Public Utilities to modify an existing engineering  
agreement with Black & Veatch Corporation for the Lockbourne Intermodal  
Subtrunk (LIS) Air Quality Improvements project; to authorize the transfer within of  
up to $76,880.69 and the expenditure of up to $76,880.69 from the Sanitary Sewer  
Obligation Bond Fund for the Division of Sewerage and Drainage, and to amend the  
2022 Capital Improvement Budget. ($76,880.69)  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
CA-39  
To authorize the Director of Public Utilities to modify an existing Construction Administration  
and Construction Inspection services agreement with Prime AE Group, Inc. for the 2017  
General Construction Contract Project; to authorize the transfer within of up to $48,000.08  
and the expenditure of up to $48,000.08 from the Sanitary Sewer Obligation Bond Fund for  
the Division of Sewerage and Drainage, and to amend the 2022 Capital Improvement Budget.  
($48,000.08)  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
CA-40  
CA-41  
CA-42  
To authorize the director of the Department of Public Utilities to execute those  
document(s) necessary to release the City’s utility easement rights. ($0.00)  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
To authorize the director of the Department of Public Utilities to execute those  
document(s) necessary to release a portion the City’s utility easement rights. ($0.00)  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
To authorize the Finance and Management Director to enter into a Universal Term  
Contract for the option to purchase Penn Valley Pumps and Pump Parts with The  
Henry P Thompson Company; and to authorize the expenditure of $1.00.  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
CA-43  
To authorize the Finance and Management Director to enter into a Universal Term  
Contract for the option to purchase Geological Boring and Well Maintenance with  
RockWater Drilling Company; to authorize the expenditure of $1.00; and to declare  
an emergency. ($1.00).  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
HOUSING: FAVOR, CHR. BANKSTON BROWN HARDIN  
CA-44  
To authorize the Director of Development to make payment to Kevin Kennedy, DBA  
Healthy Indoors Training LLC, for Healthy Home Assessment training and  
certification exam already provided to the department’s Housing Division in the  
amount up to $649.00; to authorize the expenditure of up to $649.00; and to declare an  
emergency. ($649.00)  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
CA-45  
To authorize the Director of Development to renew (renewal #3) a contract with  
ATC Group Services Inc. for an additional year, to add up to $90,000.00, and to  
modify the contract terms, all to provide lead risk inspection/assessor services to the  
Lead Safe Columbus program; to authorize the expenditure of up to $90,000.00; and  
to declare an emergency. ($90,000.00)  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
CA-46  
To authorize the Director of Development to renew a contract with H.S. Heritage Inn  
of Columbus Opco LLC dba Homewood Suites in an amount up to $67,000.00 to  
provide hotel services for recipients of the Lead Safe Columbus program; to authorize  
the expenditure of up to $67,000.00 in the General Government Grant Fund; and to  
declare an emergency. ($67,000.00)  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
CA-47  
CA-48  
To authorize the Director of the Department of Development to execute any and all  
necessary agreements and deeds for conveyance of title of one parcel of real  
property (319-321 Taylor Ave.) held in the Land Bank pursuant to the Land  
Reutilization Program.  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
To authorize the Director of the Department of Development to execute any and all  
necessary agreements and deeds for conveyance of title of one parcel of real  
property (1507 Elliott Ave.) held in the Land Bank pursuant to the Land Reutilization  
Program.  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
CA-49  
CA-50  
To authorize the Director of Development to renew a contract with E.E. Ward  
Moving & Storage for an additional year to provide storage services to the Lead Safe  
Columbus program; and to declare an emergency. ($0.00)  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
To authorize the Director of Development to renew a contract (renewal number 3)  
with Treasurer Franklin County through Franklin County Public Health for an  
additional year, to add up to $90,000.00, and to modify the contract terms, all to  
provide lead risk inspection/assessor services to the Lead Safe Columbus program; to  
authorize the expenditure of up to $90,000.00; and to declare an emergency.  
($90,000.00)  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
CA-51  
CA-52  
CA-53  
To 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. ($0.00)  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
To authorize the Director of the Department of Development to renew (renewal  
number 1) a contract with Morse Transit Acquisitions, LLC., dba Towneplace Suites  
Columbus Easton, to provide hotel services for recipients of the Lead Safe Columbus  
program; and to declare an emergency. ($0.00)  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
To authorize the Director of the Department of Development to execute any and all  
necessary agreements and deeds for conveyance of title of one parcel of real  
property (590 Napoleon Ave.) held in the Land Bank pursuant to the Land  
Reutilization Program and to declare an emergency.  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
CRIMINAL JUSTICE & JUDICIARY: FAVOR, CHR. DORANS BARROSO DE  
PADILLA HARDIN  
CA-54  
To authorize the City Attorney to accept SVAA (2023-SVAA-135106491) and  
VOCA (2023-VOCA-135106487) funding from the Ohio Attorney General in the  
amount of $163,586.24 to support victim advocacy services; to authorize an intrafund  
transfer of $204.91 to City Attorney transfer out account; to authorize the transfer of  
matching funds in the amount of $40,171.56 from City Attorney transfer out account  
to grant project accounts; to authorize total appropriation of $203,757.80; and to  
declare an emergency. ($203,757.80).  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
PUBLIC SAFETY: REMY, CHR. BARROSO DE PADILLA DORANS HARDIN  
To authorize and direct the Finance and Management Director to associate all  
General Budget Reservations resulting from this ordinance with the appropriate  
Universal Term Contract Purchase Agreements with Life-Assist, Inc., Bound Tree  
Medical, LLC, Zoll Medical Corporation, and Teleflex, LLC for the purchase of EMS  
pharmaceuticals and miscellaneous medical supplies for the Division of Fire; to  
authorize the expenditure of $250,000.00 from the General Fund; and to declare an  
emergency. ($250,000.00)  
CA-55  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
To authorize the Director of the Department of Public Safety to modify and extend