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Minutes - Final  
Columbus City Council  
Monday, May 2, 2022  
5:00 PM  
City Council Chambers, Rm 231  
REGULAR MEETING NO. 20 OF COLUMBUS CITY COUNCIL, MAY 2, 2022 at  
5:00 P.M. IN COUNCIL CHAMBERS.  
ROLL CALL  
7 -  
Present:  
Nicholas Bankston, Lourdes Barroso De Padilla, Elizabeth Brown, Rob  
Dorans, Shayla Favor, 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:  
7 -  
Affirmative:  
Nicholas Bankston, Lourdes Barroso De Padilla, Elizabeth Brown, Rob  
Dorans, Shayla Favor, 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, APRIL 27, 2022:  
TREX Type: D1  
To: Panacea Luxury Spa Boutique, LLC  
2130 Quarry Trails Dr, 3rd Floor  
Columbus OH 43204  
From: Avenue Spirits LLC  
1231 Columbus Ave  
Lebanon OH 45036  
Permit #0336637  
Transfer Type: D2 D2X D3 D3A  
To: Success Foods Management Group Ohio LLC  
DBA Torchys Tacos  
1478 Gemini Pl  
Columbus OH 43240  
From: Future Perfect Media LLC  
DBA Spacebar  
1st Fl Front  
2590-96 N High St  
Columbus OH 43202  
Permit #8671478  
Transfer Type: D3 D6  
To: Blue Agave Polaris LLC  
1025 Polaris Pkwy  
Columbus OH 43240  
From: Godavari LLC  
DBA Godavari Columbus  
1025 Polaris Pkwy  
Columbus OH 43240  
Permit #0761025  
Transfer Type: D1  
To: Blue Agave Polaris LLC  
1025 Polaris Pkwy  
Columbus OH 43240  
From: Lucky Ye 168 Inc  
DBA Taste of Orient  
2418 N High St  
Columbus OH 43202  
Permit #0761025  
New Type: D1  
To: Chocolate Columbus LLC  
DBA Chocolate Café  
1855 Northwest Blvd  
Columbus OH 43212  
Permit #14589480005  
Transfer Type: D1 D2 D3 D3A D6  
To: 614 Hospitality Group LLC  
DBA Chophouse614  
1067-87 N High St  
Columbus OH 43201  
From: Brass Knuckles LP  
Prtl 2nd Fl & Patios  
1067-87 N High St  
Columbus OH 43201  
Permit #8201200  
New Type: C1 C2 D6  
To: Ohio Springs Inc  
DBA Sheetz  
920 Polaris Parkway  
Columbus OH 43240  
Permit #65215090485  
New Type: D1  
To: Collective Columbus LLC  
535 W 5th Ave & Patio  
Columbus OH 43201  
Permit #16414960010  
Transfer Type: C1 C2 D6  
To: Mubarak Trade LLC  
5880 North Meadows Blvd  
Columbus OH 43229  
From: Danny Associate LLC  
DBA Sunshine Food Market  
5880 North Meadows Blvd  
Columbus OH 43229  
Permit #6212865  
New Type: D2  
To: Lockwood Investment Group LLC & Patio  
1646 Neil Ave  
Columbus OH 43201  
Permit #52512960005  
Transfer Type: D5  
To: Ye Asian Fusion Inc  
8591 Sancus Blvd  
Columbus OH 43240  
From: Law Bird LLC  
1st Fl & Bsmt  
740 S High St  
Columbus OH 43206  
Permit #9828591  
New Type: C1 C2  
To: Ohio Springs Inc  
DBA Sheetz 724  
975 E Dublin Granville Rd  
Columbus OH 43229  
Permit #65215090505  
New Type: D1  
To: Collective Columbus LLC & 1st Fl & Patio  
240 E 5th Ave  
Columbus OH 43201  
Permit #16414960015  
Advertise Date: 5/7/22  
Agenda Date: 5/2/22  
Return Date: 5/12/22  
Final report of the 2022 Citizens’ Commission on Elected Official Compensation filed  
with the Clerk’s office on 4/27/2022 and will be maintained in the Clerk’s General  
File.  
Read and Filed  
RESOLUTIONS OF EXPRESSION  
BARROSO DE PADILLA  
To honor, recognize, and celebrate May 2022 as Asian American and Pacific Islander  
Heritage Month in Columbus, Ohio.  
2
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 Nicholas  
Bankston, that this Ceremonial Resolution be Adopted. The motion carried by  
the following vote:  
7 -  
Affirmative:  
Nicholas Bankston, Lourdes Barroso De Padilla, Elizabeth Brown, Rob  
Dorans, Shayla Favor, Emmanuel Remy, and Shannon Hardin  
BROWN  
To honor, recognize, and celebrate Paul R. Rakosky for his 27 years of public service  
and 20 years of service to the City of Columbus.  
3
Sponsors:  
Elizabeth Brown, Nicholas Bankston, Lourdes Barroso De Padilla, Rob  
Dorans, Shayla Favor, Emmanuel V. Remy and Shannon G. Hardin  
A motion was made by Elizabeth Brown, seconded by Rob Dorans, that this  
Ceremonial Resolution be Amended as submitted to the Clerk. The motion  
carried by the following vote:  
7 -  
Affirmative:  
Nicholas Bankston, Lourdes Barroso De Padilla, Elizabeth Brown, Rob  
Dorans, Shayla Favor, Emmanuel Remy, and Shannon Hardin  
A motion was made by Elizabeth Brown, seconded by Rob Dorans, that this  
Ceremonial Resolution be Adopted as Amended. The motion carried by the  
following vote:  
7 -  
Affirmative:  
Nicholas Bankston, Lourdes Barroso De Padilla, Elizabeth Brown, Rob  
Dorans, Shayla Favor, 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 Rob Dorans, to waive  
the reading of the titles of first reading legislation. The motion carried by the  
following vote:  
7 -  
Affirmative:  
Nicholas Bankston, Lourdes Barroso De Padilla, Elizabeth Brown, Rob  
Dorans, Shayla Favor, Emmanuel Remy, and Shannon Hardin  
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT: BANKSTON, CHR. REMY DORANS HARDIN  
FR-1  
To accept the application (AN21-019) of Christopher Jacobs for the annexation of  
certain territory containing 0.55± acres in Sharon Township.  
Read for the First Time  
PUBLIC SERVICE & TRANSPORTATION: BARROSO DE PADILLA, CHR.  
FAVOR BANKSTON HARDIN  
FR-2  
FR-3  
FR-4  
To declare the City’s necessity and intent to appropriate and accept certain fee simple  
title and lesser real estate in order to complete the Arterial Street Rehabilitation -  
SR161 - I71 to Cleveland Avenue Phase I Part 2 Project. ($0.00)  
Read for the First Time  
To declare the City’s necessity and intent to appropriate and accept certain fee simple  
title and lesser real estate in order to complete the Pedestrian Safety Improvements-  
Worthington Woods Boulevard Sidewalks Project. ($0.00)  
Read for the First Time  
To authorize the Director of the Department of Public Service to execute those  
documents necessary for the transfer of 7,650± square foot portion of right-of-way on  
Morning Street to Christopher A. Wood & Alesha S. Wood. ($0.00)  
Read for the First Time  
FINANCE: E. BROWN CHR. BANKSTON REMY HARDIN  
FR-5  
To authorize the Director of Finance and Management to enter into a professional  
services contract with Metric Consulting LLC for the HOME-ARP Consultation and  
Assessment Project in the amount of $134,040.00; to authorize the expenditure of up  
to $134,040.00 from Fund 2201.  
Read for the First Time  
PUBLIC UTILITIES: DORANS, CHR. BANKSTON REMY HARDIN  
FR-6  
To declare the City’s necessity and intent to appropriate and accept certain fee simple  
title and lesser real estate in order to complete the Blueprint Miller Kelton Newton  
Bedford Project. ($0.00)  
Read for the First Time  
FR-7  
To authorize the Director of Finance and Management to enter into a contract with  
Agilent Technologies, Inc. for the purchase of a Gas Chromatograph Mass  
Spectroscopy for the Division of Sewerage and Drainage; and to authorize the  
expenditure of $86,212.98 from the Sanitary Sewer Operating Fund. ($86,212.98)  
Read for the First Time  
FR-8  
FR-9  
To authorize the Director of Public Utilities to modify and extend the contract with  
Phinney Industrial Roofing for roofing maintenance services at Division of Sewerage  
and Drainage facilities. ($0.00)  
Read for the First Time  
To authorize the Director of Public Utilities to apply for, accept, and enter into up to  
thirty-five (35) Water Supply Revolving Account Loan Agreements with the Ohio  
Environmental Protection Agency and the Ohio Water Development Authority, during  
the Program Year 2023, for the construction of water distribution and supply system  
improvements; and to designate a repayment source for the loans.  
Read for the First Time  
FR-10  
To authorize the Director of Public Utilities to modify and extend its contract with  
Cornerstone Maintenance Services, Ltd. for HVAC and air purification maintenance  
services at various Department of Public Utilities facilities. ($0.00)  
Read for the First Time  
PUBLIC SAFETY: REMY, CHR. BARROSO DE PADILLA DORANS HARDIN  
FR-11  
To authorize and direct the Director of Public Safety to renew the contract for  
helicopter maintenance with Helicopter Minit-Men, Inc. for the Division of Police; to  
authorize the expenditure of $898,666.50 from the General Fund ($898,666.50)  
Read for the First Time  
ZONING: DORANS, CHR. BANKSTON BARROSO DE PADILLA BROWN  
FAVOR REMY HARDIN  
REZONINGS  
FR-12  
FR-13  
To rezone 3370 TRABUE RD. (43228), being 3.4± acres located on the north side  
of Trabue Road, 235± feet west of Dublin Road, From: L-M, Limited Manufacturing  
District, To: L-M, Limited Manufacturing District (Rezoning #Z21-102).  
Read for the First Time  
To rezone 457 CLEVELAND AVE. (43215), being 9.3± acres located on the west  
side Cleveland Avenue at the intersection with Jack Gibbs Boulevard, From: M,  
Manufacturing District, To: CPD, Commercial Planned Development District  
(Rezoning #Z20-114).  
Read for the First Time  
VARIANCES  
FR-14  
To grant a Variance from the provisions of Sections 3332.037, R-2F, residential  
district; 3312.49, Minimum numbers of parking spaces required; 3321.05(B)(2), Vision  
clearance; 3332.05, Area district lot width requirements; 3332.14, R-2F area district  
requirements; 3332.19, Fronting; 3332.21, Building lines; 3332.26, Minimum side yard  
permitted; and 3332.27, Rear yard, for the property located at 462 E. BECK ST.  
(43206), to permit two single-unit dwellings on one lot with reduced development  
standards in the R-2F, Residential District (Council Variance #CV21-130).  
Read for the First Time  
FR-15  
FR-16  
FR-17  
To grant a Variance from the provisions of Sections 3332.035, R-3 residential district  
and 3312.49, Minimum numbers of parking spaces required, of the Columbus City  
Codes; for the property located at 1126 BRYDEN RD. (43215), to permit a 984±  
square foot office use within an existing two-unit dwelling with reduced parking  
requirements in the R-3, Residential District (Council Variance #CV21-123).  
Read for the First Time  
To grant a Variance from the provisions of Sections 3312.27, Parking setback line;  
and 3363.24, Building lines in an M-Manufacturing district; of the Columbus City  
Codes for property located at 3370 TRABUE RD. (43228), to permit reduced  
setbacks for a self-storage facility in the L-M, Limited Manufacturing District  
(Council Variance #CV21-135), and to repeal Ordinance #2010-2020, passed  
October 19, 2020.  
Read for the First Time  
To grant a Variance from the provisions of Sections 3332.38(H), Private garage;  
3332.05, Area district lot width requirements; 3332.14, R-2F, area district  
requirements; 3332.26(C)(1), Minimum side yard permitted and 3332.38(G), Private  
garage, of the Columbus City Codes; for the property located at 1027 CITY PARK  
AVE. (43206), to permit habitable space above a detached garage with reduced  
development standards in the R-2F, Residential District (Council Variance  
#CV21-133).  
Read for the First Time  
FR-18  
To grant a Variance from the provisions of Sections 3332.037, R-2F residential  
district; 3332.05(A)(1), Area district lot width requirements; 3332.14, R-2F area  
district requirements; 3332.19, Fronting; 3332.25, Maximum side yards required; and  
3332.27, Rear yard; of the Columbus City Codes; for the property located at 163 N.  
22ND ST. (43203), to permit two single-unit dwellings on one lot with reduced  
development standards in the R-2F, Residential District (Council Variance  
#CV21-131).  
Read for the First Time  
FR-19  
To grant a Variance from the provisions of Sections 3332.035, R-3, residential district;  
3312.49(C), Minimum numbers of parking spaces required; 3332.05(A)(4), Area  
district lot width requirements; 3332.13, R-3 area district requirements; 3332.18(D),  
Basis of computing area; 3332.21(D)(2), Building lines; 3332.25, Maximum side yards  
required; 3332.26(B), Minimum side yard permitted; and 3333.24, Rear yard, of the  
Columbus City Codes; for the property located at 225 S. MONROE AVE. (43205),  
to permit a single-unit dwelling and a two-unit dwelling on two new lots with reduced  
development standards in the R-3, Residential District (Council Variance  
#CV21-128).  
Read for the First Time  
FR-20  
To grant a Variance from the provisions of Sections 3332.035, R-3, residential district;  
3312.09, Aisle; 3312.21(D)(1), Parking lot screening; and 3312.49, Minimum numbers  
of parking spaces required; of the Columbus City Codes; for the property located at  
330-344 TAYLOR AVE. (43203), to conform an existing eight-unit apartment  
building with reduced development standards in the R-3, Residential District (Council  
Variance #CV21-147).  
Read for the First Time  
FR-21  
To grant a Variance from the provisions of Sections 3356.03, C-4 permitted uses; and  
3361.02, Permitted uses, of the Columbus City Codes; for the property located at 457  
CLEVELAND AVE. (43215), to permit ground-floor residential uses as part of a  
mixed-use development in the CPD, Commercial Planned Development District  
(Council Variance #CV20-128).  
Read for the First Time  
CA  
CONSENT ACTIONS  
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT: BANKSTON, CHR. REMY DORANS HARDIN  
To accept the application (AN20-009) of Bread of Life Properties, LLC for the  
annexation of certain territory containing 0.9 acres in Mifflin Township.  
CA-1  
CA-2  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
To accept the application (AN21-017) of Eugene and Myra Carty et al for the  
annexation of certain territory containing 4.8 acres in Plain Township.  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
SMALL & MINORITY BUSINESS: BANKSTON, CHR. REMY BARROSO DE  
PADILLA HARDIN  
To approve the plan for improvements and services to be provided by the East Main  
Street Special Improvement District; and to approve the properties of the municipal  
corporation in said plan for improvements and services.  
CA-3  
CA-4  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
To authorize the Director of the Department of Development to enter into a grant  
agreement with the Columbus Downtown Development Corporation to support small  
businesses in an amount up to $150,000.00; to authorize the appropriation and  
expenditure of up to $150,000.00; and to declare an emergency. ($150,000.00)  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
TECHNOLOGY: BANKSTON, CHR. DORANS BROWN HARDIN  
To authorize the Director of the Department of Technology to renew a contract with  
Digital Information Services for Red Hat Linux licenses, Red Hat learning  
subscriptions, and Red Hat runtimes (JBoss); and to authorize the expenditure of  
$140,313.00 from the Department of Technology, Information Services Division,  
Information Services Operating Fund. ($140,313.00)  
CA-5  
CA-6  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
To authorize the Director of the Department of Technology to renew contracts with  
EMH&T and Woolpert Inc. for professional services in support of the Departments  
of Public Utilities, Neighborhoods, and Development’s GIS applications and projects;  
and to authorize the expenditure of $161,000.00 from the Department of Technology,  
Information Services Operating Fund. ($161,000.00)  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
PUBLIC SERVICE & TRANSPORTATION: BARROSO DE PADILLA, CHR.  
FAVOR BANKSTON HARDIN  
To amend the 2021 Capital Improvement Budget; to authorize the Director of Public  
Service to refund the sum of $154,375.13 to NRI Investments for the unspent portion  
of developer-deposited construction funding for Grandview Yard improvement  
projects; to authorize the expenditure of $154,375.13 from the Street & Highway  
Improvements Non-Bond Fund; and to declare an emergency. ($154,375.13)  
CA-7  
CA-8  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
To authorize the Director of Public Service to enter into an agreement with the Short  
North Alliance (SNA) and contribute funding to the Short North Alliance (SNA) to  
support the various public parking initiatives; to appropriate funds within the Mobility  
Enterprise Fund; to authorize the expenditure of up to $197,000.00 from the Mobility  
Enterprise Fund for this project; and to declare an emergency. ($197,000.00)  
A motion was made by Rob Dorans, seconded by Nicholas Bankston, that this  
Ordinance be Approved. The motion carried by the following vote:  
1 - Elizabeth Brown  
Abstained:  
Affirmative:  
6 -  
Nicholas Bankston, Lourdes Barroso De Padilla, Rob Dorans, Shayla  
Favor, Emmanuel Remy, and Shannon Hardin  
To authorizes the Director of the Department of Public Service to execute those  
documents necessary for the City to grant encroachment easements to HCP  
Columbus Warehouse District I LLC to allow a wall, ramp and stair to remain within  
the public rights-of-way along the south side of Neilston Street. ($0.00)  
CA-9  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
To authorize the Director of the Department of Public Service to execute those  
documents necessary for the City to grant the encroachment easements to Town  
Square Condominium Association located at 101 South High Street and along the  
south side of West State Street. ($0.00)  
CA-10  
CA-11  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
To amend the 2021 Capital Improvement Budget; to authorize the Director of Public  
Service to enter into agreements with and to provide funding to the Ohio Department  
of Transportation relative to the resurfacing of portions of US33 and James Road  
lying within the City of Columbus; to authorize the expenditure of up to $424,000.00  
from the Streets and Highways Bond Fund to support that project; and to declare an  
emergency. ($424,000.00)  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
To accept the plat titled “Sugar Farms Section 3” from Pulte Homes of Ohio LLC, by  
Matthew J. Callahan, Division Vice President of Land Acquisition; and to declare an  
emergency. ($0.00)  
CA-12  
CA-13  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
To accept the plat titled “Lampton Village Section 2” from Forestar (USA) Real  
Estate Group Inc., by Todd Schafer, Land Development Director; and to declare an  
emergency. ($0.00)  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
NEIGHBORHOODS AND IMMIGRANT, REFUGEE, AND MIGRANT AFFAIRS:  
BARROSO DE PADILLA, CHR. DORANS REMY HARDIN  
CA-14  
To authorize and direct the City Auditor to transfer $52,500 from the General Fund to  
the Area Commission Fund; to authorize and direct the City Auditor to appropriate  
$52,500.00 in the Area Commission Fund for operating expenses of the Area  
Commissions; and to declare an emergency.  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
FINANCE: BROWN, CHR. BANKSTON REMY HARDIN  
CA-15  
To authorize the City Auditor to renew a contract with Huntington National Bank for  
lockbox banking services to be performed for the City Auditor, Division of Income  
Tax, through May 31, 2023; to authorize the expenditure of $140,000.00 from the  
general fund; and to declare an emergency. ($140,000.00)  
A motion was made by Rob Dorans, seconded by Emmanuel V. Remy, that this  
Ordinance be Approved. The motion carried by the following vote:  
1 - Nicholas Bankston  
Abstained:  
Affirmative:  
6 -  
Lourdes Barroso De Padilla, Elizabeth Brown, Rob Dorans, Shayla Favor,  
Emmanuel Remy, and Shannon Hardin  
CA-16  
To authorize the Director of the Department of Finance and Management to enter  
into contract with the Greater Columbus Arts Council (GCAC) for the purpose of  
distributing 20% of the 2022 Admissions Tax proceeds from the Facility Stabilization  
Fund for the purpose of investment in cultural arts, sports, and performance arts  
venues in the greater Columbus area; to authorize the appropriation and expenditure  
of these proceeds from the Facility Stabilization Fund estimated to be $600,000.00  
and to declare an emergency.  
( $600,000.00).  
A motion was made by Rob Dorans, seconded by Nicholas Bankston, that this  
Ordinance be Approved. The motion carried by the following vote:  
1 - Elizabeth Brown  
Abstained:  
Affirmative:  
6 -  
Nicholas Bankston, Lourdes Barroso De Padilla, Rob Dorans, Shayla  
Favor, Emmanuel Remy, and Shannon Hardin  
To authorize the Director of Finance and Management to enter into a contract with  
R.W.Setterlin Company for City of Columbus Renovation of Council Chamber -  
CA-17  
Phase 1; to authorize  
a transfer between divisions within the general fund; to  
authorize an expenditure of $113,000.00 from the general fund; and to declare an  
emergency ($113,000.00).  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
CA-18  
CA-19  
CA-20  
CA-21  
To authorize the Finance and Management Director to enter into a Universal Term  
Contract for the option to purchase Parker Hoses and Accessories with Hersh  
Packing and Rubber Company; and to authorize the expenditure of $1.00 from  
General Budget Reservation BRPO002025. ($1.00).  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
To authorize the Director of Finance and Management to execute a First Amendment  
to Lease Agreement with The Columbus Urban League for space leased at 475  
Elwood Avenue.  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
To authorize the Director of Finance and Management to execute those documents  
necessary to enter into a Third Amendment to Lease Agreement with Community for  
New Direction, Inc.; and to declare an emergency. ($0.00)  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
To amend the 2021 Capital Improvement Budget; to authorize the Director of Finance  
and Management to enter into contract on behalf of the Facilities Management  
Division with All Access Door Systems for overhead garage door replacement at the  
Columbus Police Heliport; to authorize a transfer within the Public Safety Capital  
Improvement Fund; to authorize the expenditure of $94,273.33 from the Public Safety  
Capital Improvement Fund; and to declare an emergency ($94,273.33).  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
CA-22  
To authorize the Finance and Management Director to enter into a contract for the  
option to purchase Lab Supplies with Thomas Scientific Holdings, LLC; to authorize  
the expenditure of $1.00 from General Budget Reservation BRPO002025; and to  
declare an emergency. ($1.00).  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
RECREATION & PARKS: BROWN, CHR. REMY BANKSTON HARDIN  
CA-23  
To authorize the Director of Recreation and Parks to enter into contract with Arcadis  
to provide professional design services associated with the Big Walnut Trail - Little  
Turtle to Cherry Bottom Park, Alum Creek Trail Project; to authorize the transfer of  
$444,061.75 within the Recreation and Parks Voted Bond Fund, to authorize the  
amendment of the 2021 Capital Improvements Budget; to authorize the expenditure of  
$444,061.75 from the Recreation and Parks Voted Bond Fund; and to declare an  
emergency. ($444,061.75)  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
CA-24  
CA-25  
CA-26  
To authorize the Director of Recreation and Parks to enter into contract with Tyevco  
Inc. for the Cultural Arts Center Parking Lot and Site Improvements Project; to  
authorize the transfer of $50,000.00 within the Recreation and Parks Voted Bond  
Fund, to authorize the amendment of the 2021 Capital Improvements Budget; to  
authorize the expenditure of $50,000.00 from the Recreation and Parks Voted Bond  
Fund; and to declare an emergency. ($50,000.00)  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
To authorize the Director of Recreation and Parks to modify an existing contract with  
Legat Architects for the Aquatic Capital Improvement Program 2020 Project; to  
authorize the transfer of $187,530.00 within the Recreation and Parks Voted Bond  
Fund, to authorize the amendment of the 2021 Capital Improvements Budget; to  
authorize the expenditure of $187,530.00 from the Recreation and Parks Voted Bond  
Fund; and to declare an emergency. ($187,530.00)  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
To authorize the Director of Recreation and Parks to modify an existing contract with  
Pizzuti Solutions, LLC for the Broad Street Arts and Senior Center Campus Project;  
to authorize the transfer of $99,580.00 within the Recreation and Parks Voted Bond  
Fund; to authorize the amendment of the 2021 Capital Improvements Budget; to  
authorize the expenditure of $677,350.00 from the Recreation and Parks Voted Bond  
Fund; and to declare an emergency. ($677,350.00)  
A motion was made by Rob Dorans, seconded by Nicholas Bankston, that this  
Ordinance be Approved. The motion carried by the following vote:  
1 - Elizabeth Brown  
Abstained:  
Affirmative:  
6 -  
Nicholas Bankston, Lourdes Barroso De Padilla, Rob Dorans, Shayla  
Favor, Emmanuel Remy, and Shannon Hardin  
CA-27  
To authorize and direct the Director of Recreation and Parks to enter into a non-profit  
services agreement with the Franklin Park Conservatory Joint Recreation District for  
the city's share of the operation of the District in 2022; to authorize the expenditure of  
$350,000.00 from the Recreation and Parks Operating Fund; and to declare an  
emergency. ($350,000.00).  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
CA-28  
To authorize the Director of Recreation and Parks to transfer maintenance  
responsibilities and ownership of 1334 East Livingston Avenue to the Department of  
Development; to authorize the Department of Development to enter into a lease  
agreement with the Rickenbacker Woods Technology Museum and Historic Park;  
and to declare an emergency. ($0.00)  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
CA-29  
To authorize the Finance and Management Director to enter into three (3) contracts  
for the option to purchase Turf and Golf Course Chemicals with Harrell’s LLC,  
Helena Chemical Company, and Rentokil North America Inc (dba Target Specialty  
Products); to authorize the expenditure of $3.00 from General Budget Reservation  
BRPO002025; and to declare an emergency. ($3.00).  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
CA-30  
CA-31  
To authorize the Finance and Management Director to enter into two (2) contracts for  
the option to purchase wearing apparel with Midwest Graphics & Awards and ROI  
Marketing Company Inc., to authorize the expenditure of $2.00 from General Budget  
Reservation BRPO002025; and to declare an emergency. ($2.00).  
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 Sports Apparel with Challenger Teamwear LLC;  
to authorize the expenditure of $1.00 from General Budget Reservation  
BRPO002025; and to declare an emergency. ($1.00).  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
PUBLIC UTILITIES: DORANS, CHR. BANKSTON REMY HARDIN  
CA-32  
CA-33  
To authorize the Director of Public Utilities to enter into an Indefinite Quantity  
Agreement Contract with Invizions, Inc. for Electrical Substation and Electrical  
Maintenance Services; and to authorize the expenditure of $500,000.00 from the  
Electricity Operating Fund. ($500,000.00)  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
To authorize the Director of Public Utilities to enter into a contract, in accordance  
with sole source provisions of City Code, with ADS Environmental Services for the  
purchase of PRISM cloud-based data management software for the Division of  
Sewerage and Drainage, and to authorize the expenditure of $48,000.00 from the  
Sewer Operating Sanitary Fund. ($48,000.00)  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
CA-34  
To authorize the Director of Public Utilities to enter into an engineering contract with  
HNTB Ohio, Inc. for the SMART Lighting Phase Two, Task One Design project in  
the amount up to $400,000.00; and the SMART Lighting Task Two Ohio State  
University Design project in the amount up to $276,000.00, with a total amount up to  
$676,000.00; and to authorize  
a transfer within and an expenditure of up to  
$676,000.00 from the Electricity G.O. (General Obligation) Bonds Fund; and to  
authorize an amendment to the 2021 Capital Improvement Budget. ($676,000.00)  
A motion was made by Rob Dorans, seconded by Nicholas Bankston, that this  
Ordinance be Approved. The motion carried by the following vote:  
1 - Shayla Favor  
6 -  
Abstained:  
Affirmative:  
Nicholas Bankston, Lourdes Barroso De Padilla, Elizabeth Brown, Rob  
Dorans, Emmanuel Remy, and Shannon Hardin  
CA-35  
To authorize the Director of Public Utilities to renew the service contract with  
Atlas-SSI, Inc. for the removal and upgrade of intake water screens at the Dublin  
Road Water Plant; for the Division of Water; to authorize a transfer, appropriation,  
and expenditure up to $153,945.00 within the Water Permanent Improvements Fund;  
and to authorize an amendment to the 2021 Capital Improvements Budget.  
($153,945.00)  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
CA-36  
To authorize the Director of Public Utilities to enter into a contract, in accordance  
with sole source provisions of the City Code, with Duke’s Root Control, Inc. for  
sewer root control services for the Division of Sewerage and Drainage, and to  
authorize the expenditure of $110,000.00 from the Sewer Operating Sanitary Fund.  
($110,000.00)  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
To 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 #7; to authorize  
the expenditure of up to $325,000.00 from the Sanitary General Obligations Fund -  
6109. ($325,000.00)  
CA-37  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
CA-38  
To authorize the Director of Public Utilities to modify and increase the contract with  
New River Electrical Corporation for the Power Distribution Installation and  
Restoration services for the Division of Power; to authorize the expenditure of  
$500,000.00 from the Electricity Operating Fund; and to declare an emergency.  
($500,000.00)  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
CA-39  
To authorize the Finance and Management Director to enter into two (2) contracts for  
the option to purchase Transformers with Pepco Professional Electric Products  
Company and Wesco Distribution, Inc.; to authorize the expenditure of $2.00 from  
General Budget Reservation BRPO002025; and to declare an emergency. ($2.00).  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
HOUSING: FAVOR, CHR. BANKSTON BROWN HARDIN  
To authorize the appropriation and expenditure of up to $19,188.00 of 2021 HOME  
CA-40  
Investment Partnerships Program (HOME) program income; to authorize the  
Director of the Department of Development to modify a loan agreement, promissory  
note, and mortgage with CHP Homeport Homes LLC to add up to $19,188.00 for the  
181 N. Ohio project; and to declare an emergency. ($19,188.00).  
A motion was made by Rob Dorans, seconded by Nicholas Bankston, that this  
Ordinance be Approved. The motion carried by the following vote:  
1 - Shayla Favor  
6 -  
Abstained:  
Affirmative:  
Nicholas Bankston, Lourdes Barroso De Padilla, Elizabeth Brown, Rob  
Dorans, Emmanuel Remy, and Shannon Hardin  
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 (2248 Union Ave.) held in the Land Bank pursuant to the Land Reutilization  
Program and to declare an emergency.  
CA-41  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
CA-42  
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 (922 Ann St.) held in the Land Bank pursuant to the Land Reutilization  
Program and to declare an emergency.  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
To authorize the Director of the Department of Development to modify a contract  
with American Mechanical Group, Inc. to increase the contract amount by  
$150,000.00; to authorize the appropriation and expenditure of $150,000.00 from the  
Neighborhood Economic Development fund (2237); and to declare an emergency.  
($150,000.00)  
CA-43  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
To authorize the Director of the Department of Development to modify a contract  
with Evolved Mechanical, LLC to increase the contract amount by $100,000.00; to  
authorize the appropriation and expenditure of $100,000.00 from the Neighborhood  
Economic Development fund (2237); and to declare an emergency. ($100,000.00)  
CA-44  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
To authorize the Director of the Department of Development to modify a contract  
with Ohio Mechanical, Inc. to increase the contract amount by $100,000.00; to  
authorize the appropriation ad expenditure of $100,000.00 from the Neighborhood  
Economic Development fund (2237); and to declare an emergency. ($100,000.00)  
CA-45  
CA-46  
CA-47  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
To authorize the Director of the Department of Development to modify a contract  
with TFH EB, Inc. to increase the contract amount by $150,000.00; to authorize the  
appropriation and expenditure of $150,000.00 from the Neighborhood Economic  
Development fund (2237); and to declare an emergency. ($150,000.00)  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
To authorize the Director of Development to modify the contract with AmeriNational  
Community Services, LLC for loan servicing by adding $65,000.00, updating the scope  
of services as needed, and extending the contract end date; to authorize the  
expenditure of up to $65,000.00 from the General Fund; and to declare an emergency.  
($65,000.00)  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
CRIMINAL JUSTICE & JUDICIARY: FAVOR, CHR. DORANS BARROSO DE  
PADILLA HARDIN  
CA-48  
To authorize and direct the Administrative and Presiding Judge of the Franklin County  
Municipal Court to accept a S.T.O.P. Violence Against Women Act grant award  
from the Franklin County Board of Commissioners; to appropriate $47,238.30 from  
the unappropriated balance of the general government grant fund to the Franklin  
County Municipal Court Department of Probation and Pretrial Services to provide  
continued funding of two staff to work with the victims of crime when a perpetrator  
has been on probation; and to declare an emergency. ($47,238.30)  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES: FAVOR, CHR. BARROSO DE PADILLA  
BROWN HARDIN  
CA-49  
To authorize the Board of Health to modify an existing contract with Nationwide  
Children's Hospital for staffing and operation of five WIC clinics for the period of  
October 1, 2021 through September 30, 2022; To authorize and direct the City Auditor  
to transfer $246,084.00 within the WIC Grant Program fund for service costs, to  
authorize the expenditure of $246,084.00 from the Health Department Grants Fund;  
and to declare an emergency. ($246,084.00)  
A motion was made by Rob Dorans, seconded by Emmanuel V. Remy, that this  
Ordinance be Approved. The motion carried by the following vote:  
1 - Nicholas Bankston  
Abstained:  
Affirmative:  
6 -  
Lourdes Barroso De Padilla, Elizabeth Brown, Rob Dorans, Shayla Favor,  
Emmanuel Remy, and Shannon Hardin  
CA-50  
To authorize and direct the Board of Health to accept additional funding from the  
Ohio Department of Health for the COVID-19 Enhanced Operations Grant Program  
in the amount of $500,000.00; to authorize the appropriation of $500,000,00 to the  
Health Department in the Health Department Grants Fund; and to declare an  
emergency. ($500,000.00)  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
CA-51  
To authorize and direct the Board of Health to accept grant funds from the Ohio  
Environmental Protection Agency in the amount of $3,700.00 and any additional funds  
for the SFY 2022 - 2023 Mosquito Control grant program; to authorize the  
appropriation of $3,700.00 and any additional funds in grant money from the  
unappropriated balance of the Health Department Grants Fund; to authorize the City  
Auditor to transfer appropriations between object classes for the SFY 2022 - 2023  
Mosquito Control grant program and to declare an emergency. ($3,700.00)  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
PUBLIC SAFETY: REMY, CHR. BARROSO DE PADILLA DORANS HARDIN  
CA-52  
CA-53  
To authorize an appropriation of $457,412.00 from the unappropriated balance of the  
Police Training/Entrepreneurial Fund for the Division of Police for law enforcement  
training purposes. ($457,412.00)  
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 Promega Crime Lab Supplies with Promega  
Corporation in accordance with the sole source provisions of the Columbus City  
Code; to authorize the expenditure of $1.00 from General Budget Reservation  
BRPO002025; and to declare an emergency. ($1.00).  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
CA-54  
To authorize the Finance and Management Director to enter into three (3) Universal  
Term Contracts for the option to purchase Pharmaceutical Supplies with Bound Tree  
Medical LLC, Henry Schein Inc. and Life-Assist, Inc.; to authorize the expenditure of  
$3.00 from General Budget Reservation BRPO002025; and to declare an emergency.  
($3.00).  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
ADMINISTRATION: REMY, CHR. BROWN DORANS HARDIN  
To authorize the Director of the Department of Development to enter into a grant  
agreement with the Harmony Project in support of Finding Harmony Week, Public  
Art Murals, and the Cleaner Columbus Initiative; to authorize a transfer and  
expenditure within the general fund; to authorize an appropriation and expenditure  
within the Neighborhood Initiatives subfund; and to declare an emergency.  
($100,000.00)  
CA-55  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
7 -  
Affirmative:  
Nicholas Bankston, Lourdes Barroso De Padilla, Elizabeth Brown, Rob  
Dorans, Shayla Favor, Emmanuel Remy, and Shannon Hardin  
CA-56  
To amend the Management Compensation Plan, Ordinance No. 2713-2013, as  
amended, by amending Section 3, Section 4(C), Section 4(D) Section 5(E), Section  
7(I), Section 10(F), Section 12(H), and Section 14(I); and to declare an emergency.  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
CA-57  
CA-58  
To amend the Management Compensation Plan, Ordinance No. 2713-2013, as  
amended, by amending Section 4(B); and to declare an emergency.  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
To  
approve  
Memorandum  
of  
Understanding  
#2022-05 executed  
between  
representatives of the City of Columbus and the Communications Workers of  
America, (CWA) Local 4502 to amend Appendix B (classification listing) of the  
Collective Bargaining Agreement, dated April 24, 2020 through April 23, 2023, by  
adjusting the pay grade for the Human Resources Representative classification from  
pay grade 53 to pay grade 54; and to declare an emergency.  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
CA-59  
To amend Ordinance No. 2714-2013, as amended, the Fire Management  
Compensation Plan, by amending Section 3(A) and to declare an emergency.  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
APPOINTMENTS  
CA-60  
Appointment of Carly Maggio, 410 E. Kossuth St. Columbus, OH 43206, to serve on  
the Columbus South Side Area Commission replacing Adam Cohn with a new term  
expiration date of December 31, 2023. (resume attached).  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
CA-61  
CA-62  
CA-63  
CA-64  
CA-65  
CA-66  
CA-67  
Appointment of Christopher Knoppe, 70 Martin Avenue, Columbus OH 43222, to  
serve on the Franklinton Area Commission replacing Christopher Winchester with a  
new term expiration date of December 31, 2022. (resume attached).  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
Appointment of Jacqueline Miles, 133 N. Princeton Avenue Columbus OH 43222, to  
serve on the Franklinton Area Commission with a new term expiration date of  
December 31, 2022. (resume attached).  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
Appointment of Eric Skidmore, 1091 West Broad Street Columbus OH 43222, to  
serve on the Franklinton Area Commission with a new term expiration date of  
December 31, 2022. (resume attached).  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
Appointment of Renee McCallion, 52 Hawkes Avenue Columbus OH 43222, to serve  
on the Franklinton Area Commission replacing Sharon Koch with a new term  
expiration date of December 31, 2022. (resume attached).  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
Appointment of Steve Pullen, 1061 West Town Street Columbus OH 43222, to serve  
on the Franklinton Area Commission with a new term expiration date of December  
31, 2022 (resume attached).  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
Appointment of Thomas Hecker, 61 E. Gates Street Columbus OH 43206, to serve  
on the Franklinton Area Commission replacing Nick Bankston with a new term  
expiration date of December 31, 2023 (resume attached).  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
Appointment of Olabisi Eddy, 1559 Berkhard Drive Columbus OH 43223, to serve on  
the Southwest Area Commission replacing Don Parsons with a new term expiration  
date of August 30, 2024 (resume attached).  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
CA-68  
Appointment of Jacob Barker, 216 N Basil St Baltimore OH 43105, to serve on the  
Southwest Area Commission with a new term expiration date of August 30, 2024.  
(resume attached).  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
Approval of the Consent Agenda  
A motion was made by Rob Dorans, seconded by Nicholas Bankston, including  
all the preceding items marked as having been approved on the Consent  
Agenda. The motion carried by the following vote  
7 -  
Affirmative:  
Nicholas Bankston, Lourdes Barroso De Padilla, Elizabeth Brown, Rob  
Dorans, Shayla Favor, Emmanuel Remy, and Shannon Hardin  
SR  
EMERGENCY, TABLED AND 2ND READING OF 30-DAY LEGISLATION  
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT: BANKSTON, CHR. REMY DORANS HARDIN  
To authorize an appropriation of $1,000,000.00 from the Neighborhood Partnerships  
Capital Fund; to authorize the Director of Development to enter into grant  
SR-1  
a
agreement with Columbus Next Generation Corporation to purchase, renovate, or  
construct real property assets in targeted central city areas to advance economic and  
community development initiatives; to authorize the expenditure of $1,000,000.00 from  
the Neighborhood Partnerships Capital Fund; and to declare an emergency.  
($1,000,000.00)  
A motion was made by Nicholas Bankston, seconded by Emmanuel V. Remy,  
that this Ordinance be Approved. The motion carried by the following vote:  
1 - Shayla Favor  
6 -  
Abstained:  
Affirmative:  
Nicholas Bankston, Lourdes Barroso De Padilla, Elizabeth Brown, Rob  
Dorans, Emmanuel Remy, and Shannon Hardin  
To authorize the Director of the Department of Development to enter into an  
Enterprise Zone Agreement with Alum Creek One, LLC dba Fed One Dublin LLC  
and Specialized Bicycle Components, Inc. for a tax abatement of seventy-five percent  
(75%) for a period of ten (10) consecutive years in consideration of the company’s  
proposed capital investment of $28,000,000.00 in real property improvements, creation  
of 10 net new full-time permanent positions with an estimated annual payroll of  
approximately $400,000.00, and retention of 56 full-time positions with an annual  
payroll of approximately $2,200,016.00.  
SR-2  
A motion was made by Nicholas Bankston, seconded by Emmanuel V. Remy,  
that this Ordinance be Approved. The motion carried by the following vote:  
7 -  
Affirmative:  
Nicholas Bankston, Lourdes Barroso De Padilla, Elizabeth Brown, Rob  
Dorans, Shayla Favor, Emmanuel Remy, and Shannon Hardin  
To authorize the Director of the Department of Development to enter into an  
Enterprise Zone Agreement with Simpson Manufacturing Co., Inc. dba Simpson  
Strong-Tie Company Inc. for a tax abatement of seventy-five percent (75%) for a  
period of ten (10) consecutive years in consideration of the company’s proposed  
capital investment of $14,000,000.00 in real property improvements and the creation  
of 125 net new full-time permanent positions with an estimated annual payroll of  
approximately $5,203,983.00, and retention of 374 full-time permanent positions with  
an estimated annual payroll of $20,840,277.00.  
SR-3  
A motion was made by Nicholas Bankston, seconded by Emmanuel V. Remy,  
that this Ordinance be Approved. The motion carried by the following vote:  
7 -  
Affirmative:  
Nicholas Bankston, Lourdes Barroso De Padilla, Elizabeth Brown, Rob  
Dorans, Shayla Favor, Emmanuel Remy, and Shannon Hardin  
TECHNOLOGY: BANKSTON, CHR. DORANS BROWN HARDIN  
To authorize the Director of the Department of Technology to enter into contract with  
SHI International Corporation (a.k.a., SHI) for the purchase of Cloudflare core  
services, in the amount of $53,932.58; to waive relevant provisions of Columbus City  
Codes pertaining to competitive bidding; to authorize the expenditure of $53,932.58  
from the Information Services Operating Fund for the above-described purpose, and  
to declare an emergency. ($53,932.58)  
SR-4  
A motion was made by Nicholas Bankston, seconded by Emmanuel V. Remy,  
that this Ordinance be Approved. The motion carried by the following vote:  
7 -  
Affirmative:  
Nicholas Bankston, Lourdes Barroso De Padilla, Elizabeth Brown, Rob  
Dorans, Shayla Favor, Emmanuel Remy, and Shannon Hardin  
PUBLIC SERVICE & TRANSPORTATION: BARROSO DE PADILLA, CHR.  
FAVOR BANKSTON HARDIN  
To authorize the Director of Public Service to enter into a contract modification with  
Decker Construction Company in connection with the Resurfacing - 2020 Project 2  
project; to authorize the expenditure of up to $330,004.75 from Fund 6500, the  
Mobility Operating Fund; and to declare an emergency. ($330,004.75)  
SR-5  
A motion was made by Lourdes Barroso De Padilla, seconded by Shayla  
Favor, that this Ordinance be Approved. The motion carried by the following  
vote:  
7 -  
Affirmative:  
Nicholas Bankston, Lourdes Barroso De Padilla, Elizabeth Brown, Rob  
Dorans, Shayla Favor, Emmanuel Remy, and Shannon Hardin  
To authorize the Director of Finance and Management to enter into contract with  
Cargill, Inc. to purchase an AccuBrine NXT-Gen brine maker to improve the  
roadways of Columbus during the winter months; to waive the competitive bidding  
provisions of City Code Chapter 329; to authorize the expenditure of $215,834.00  
from the Street Construction Maintenance and Repair Fund, and to declare an  
emergency. ($215,834.00)  
SR-6  
A motion was made by Lourdes Barroso De Padilla, seconded by Shayla  
Favor, that this Ordinance be Approved. The motion carried by the following  
vote:  
7 -  
Affirmative:  
Nicholas Bankston, Lourdes Barroso De Padilla, Elizabeth Brown, Rob  
Dorans, Shayla Favor, Emmanuel Remy, and Shannon Hardin  
SR-7  
To authorize the City Attorney to file complaints in order to immediately appropriate  
and accept the remaining fee simple and lesser real estate necessary to timely  
complete the FRA - SR 161 at Karl Road Project; to authorize an expenditure of  
$5,102.00 from existing ACDI001515; and to declare an emergency. ($5,102.00)  
A motion was made by Lourdes Barroso De Padilla, seconded by Shayla  
Favor, that this Ordinance be Approved. The motion carried by the following  
vote:  
7 -  
Affirmative:  
Nicholas Bankston, Lourdes Barroso De Padilla, Elizabeth Brown, Rob  
Dorans, Shayla Favor, Emmanuel Remy, and Shannon Hardin  
FINANCE: BROWN, CHR. BANKSTON REMY HARDIN  
SR-8  
To authorize the Finance and Management Director to establish a purchase order  
with S.A. Comunale Company, Inc. for annual smoke and fire alarm testing,  
inspection, and repair, as well as sprinkler inspections, fire pump testing, fire  
suppression testing for the Facilities Management Division in accordance with the  
terms and conditions of a pending State of Ohio Master Maintenance Agreement; to  
waive the competitive bidding provisions of Columbus City Code; to authorize the  
expenditure of $150,000.00 from the general fund; and to declare an emergency.  
($150,000.00)  
A motion was made by Elizabeth Brown, seconded by Nicholas Bankston, that  
this Ordinance be Approved. The motion carried by the following vote:  
7 -  
Affirmative:  
Nicholas Bankston, Lourdes Barroso De Padilla, Elizabeth Brown, Rob  
Dorans, Shayla Favor, Emmanuel Remy, and Shannon Hardin  
SR-9  
To authorize the Finance and Management Director, on behalf of the Real Estate  
Management Office, to pay rent associated with six lease agreements for office  
space and for an internal Memorandum of Understanding for the 2022-2023 term; to  
authorize the appropriation of $1,397,877.00 and the expenditure of $919,554 from the  
Special Income Tax Fund and to authorize the amendment and extension of the Lease  
Agreement the City has with YTD Sinclair Road, LLC; and to declare an emergency.  
($1,397,877.00)  
A motion was made by Elizabeth Brown, seconded by Emmanuel V. Remy, that  
this Ordinance be Approved. The motion carried by the following vote:  
7 -  
Affirmative:  
Nicholas Bankston, Lourdes Barroso De Padilla, Elizabeth Brown, Rob  
Dorans, Shayla Favor, Emmanuel Remy, and Shannon Hardin  
SR-10  
To authorize the Director of the Department of Finance and Management to enter  
into contract with the Greater Columbus Arts Council, Inc. for the purpose of  
distributing 2022 Admissions Tax proceeds to provide funding for grants to artists and  
arts organizations that serve as the foundation for the city’s profile as a vibrant,  
inclusive city; to authorize the appropriation and expenditure of proceeds from the  
Creation, Innovation and Inclusion Fund anticipated to be $6,000,000.00; and to  
declare an emergency. ($6,000,000.00)  
A motion was made by Nicholas Bankston, seconded by Emmanuel V. Remy,  
that this Ordinance be Approved. The motion carried by the following vote:  
1 - Elizabeth Brown  
Abstained:  
Affirmative:  
6 -  
Nicholas Bankston, Lourdes Barroso De Padilla, Rob Dorans, Shayla  
Favor, Emmanuel Remy, and Shannon Hardin  
PUBLIC UTILITIES: DORANS, CHR. BANKSTON REMY HARDIN  
SR-11  
To authorize the Director of Public Utilities to enter into a construction contract with  
Driven Excavating, LLC for the Division of Sewerage and Drainage’s Meeklynn  
Drive Sanitary Sewer and Meeklynn Drive Stormwater Improvements, inclusive of  
project-related paving work funded by the Department of Public Service; to authorize  
the appropriation and transfer of $1,165,674.00 from the Storm Sewer Reserve Fund  
to the OWDA Storm Sewer Loan Fund; to authorize the appropriation and transfer of  
$941,737.20 from the Sanitary Sewer Reserve Fund to the OWDA Sanitary Loan  
Fund; to authorize the expenditure of up to $1,165,674.00 from the OWDA Storm  
Sewer Loan Fund; to authorize the expenditure of up to $941,737.20 from the OWDA  
Sanitary Loan Fund; to authorize the expenditure of up to $40,174.20 from the Streets  
and Highways Bond Fund; to authorize the transfer within and expenditure for  
prevailing wage services to the Department of Public Service of up to $1,000.00 from  
the Storm Sewer Bond Fund; to authorize the expenditure of $1,000.00 from the  
Sanitary Bond Fund for prevailing wage services to the Department of Public Service;  
and to amend the 2021 Capital Improvement Budget. ($2,149,586.00)  
A motion was made by Rob Dorans, seconded by Nicholas Bankston, that this  
Ordinance be Approved. The motion carried by the following vote:  
7 -  
Affirmative:  
Nicholas Bankston, Lourdes Barroso De Padilla, Elizabeth Brown, Rob  
Dorans, Shayla Favor, Emmanuel Remy, and Shannon Hardin  
SR-12  
To authorize the Director of Public Utilities to execute a planned modification to the  
2020-2022 Construction Administration/Inspection Services Agreement with DLZ  
Ohio, Inc. for the joint Division of Sewerage and Drainage/Water Moler Street