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Minutes - Final  
Columbus City Council  
Monday, May 9, 2022  
5:00 PM  
City Council Chambers, Rm 231  
REGULAR MEETING NO. 22 OF COLUMBUS CITY COUNCIL, MAY 9, 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  
THE FOLLOWING COMMUNICATIONS WERE RECEIVED BY THE CITY  
CLERK'S OFFICE AS OF WEDNESDAY, MAY 4, 2022:  
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New Type: C1 C2  
To: Myra Discount Tobacco LLC  
7095 E Broad St Suites B&C  
Columbus OH 43213  
Permit #5339060  
Transfer Type: C1 C2  
To: Brothers Food Mart Inc  
DBA Shangrila Mart  
7199-7203 E Broad St  
Columbus OH 43004  
From: Three Brothers Enterprise Ltd  
DBA Shangrila Mart  
7199-7203 E Broad St  
Columbus OH 43004  
Permit #09925220005  
Transfer Type: D5 D6  
To: Bourbon Brothers LLC  
DBA Subourbon  
2234 W Dublin Granville Rd & Patios  
Columbus OH 43085  
From: Crafty Pint LLC  
DBA Crafty Pint  
2234 W Dublin Granville Rd & Patios  
Columbus OH 43085  
Permit #0862828  
Transfer Type: C1 C2 D6  
To: Shri Hariprasadam LLC  
DBA Circle Driive Thru  
1848 Tamarack Circle S  
Columbus OH 43229  
From: Jay Chudel Ma LLC  
1848 Tamarack Circle S  
Columbus OH 43229  
Permit #8113170  
Transfer Type: D5 D6  
To: Peru Taco Bar Restaurant LLC  
2800 Festival Ln  
Columbus OH 43017  
From: P&P Lama LLC  
DBA Momo Ghar  
2800 Festival Ln  
Columbus OH 43017  
Permit #6832800  
Transfer Type: C1 C2  
To: Weber Road LLC  
DBA Three Star Food Mart  
1107 E Weber Rd  
Columbus OH 43211  
From: 1107 Weber Inc  
DBA Three Star Food Mart  
1107 E Weber Rd  
Columbus OH 43211  
Permit #9457575  
New Type: D2  
To: Buckeye Pies LLC  
DBA Blaze Pizza  
1708 N High St  
Columbus OH 43201  
Permit #1108577  
New Type: D3 D3A  
To: Collective Columbus LLC  
1st Fl & Patio  
233 E 1st Ave  
Columbus OH 43201  
Permit #1641496  
Transfer Type: C1  
To: La Michoacana Fresh Market LLC  
939 E Dublin Granville Rd  
Columbus OH 43229  
From: La Michoacana Mexican Market #4 LLC  
DBA La Michoacana Market  
939 E Dublin Granville Rd  
Columbus OH 43229  
Permit #4958939  
New Type: D1  
To: Collective Columbus LLC  
Unit 6  
710 Grandview Crossing Way  
Columbus OH 43215  
Permit #16414960025  
New Type: D2  
To: Dueling Axes Gahanna LLC  
DBA Dueling Axes  
5780 N Hamilton Rd Ste A  
Columbus OH 43230  
Permit #2331254  
New Type: D3  
To: Cameron Mitchell Restaurants LLC  
155 E Broad St  
Columbus OH 43215  
Permit #12046700180  
Advertise Date: 5/14/22  
Agenda Date: 5/9/22  
Return Date: 5/19/22  
Read and Filed  
RESOLUTIONS OF EXPRESSION  
BANKSTON  
To Recognize May 9-15, 2022 as Economic Development Week  
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Sponsors:  
Nicholas Bankston, Lourdes Barroso De Padilla, Elizabeth Brown, Rob  
Dorans, Shayla Favor, Shannon G. Hardin and Emmanuel V. Remy  
A motion was made by Nicholas Bankston, seconded by Emmanuel V. Remy,  
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  
FAVOR  
3
To designate May 9-13th as Trauma-Informed Awareness Week in the City of  
Columbus and recognize the work of the Columbus CARE Coalition.  
Sponsors:  
Shayla Favor, Nicholas Bankston, Lourdes Barroso De Padilla,  
Elizabeth Brown, Rob Dorans, Emmanuel V. Remy and Shannon G.  
Hardin  
A motion was made by Shayla Favor, seconded by Rob Dorans, 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  
ADDITIONS OR CORRECTIONS TO THE AGENDA  
FIRST READING OF 30-DAY LEGISLATION  
FR  
A motion was made by Rob Dorans, seconded by Shayla Favor, 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  
PUBLIC UTILITIES: DORANS, CHR. BANKSTON REMY HARDIN  
FR-1  
To authorize the Director of Public Utilities to modify and increase the professional  
engineering services agreement with Burgess & Niple, Inc., for the Dublin Road  
Water Plant (DRWP) Caustic Feed Improvements Project; for the Division of Water;  
to authorize a transfer, appropriation, and expenditure up to $442,220.00 within the  
Water PayGo Fund; and to amend the 2021 Capital Improvements Budget.  
($442,220.00)  
Read for the First Time  
FR-2  
To authorize the Director of Public Utilities to renew two (2) professional engineering  
agreements for the 2019 - 2021 General Engineering Services for the Division of  
Sewerage and Drainage Stormwater Section, with CHA Consulting, Inc. and  
Korda/Nemeth Engineering, Inc.; to authorize a transfer within and an expenditure of  
up to $400,000.00 from the Storm Sewer Bond Fund; and to authorize an amendment  
to the 2021 Capital Improvements Budget. ($400,000.00)  
Read for the First Time  
FR-3  
FR-4  
FR-5  
To 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 Motorola radios for the Division of  
Sewerage and Drainage, Southerly Wastewater Treatment Plant and to authorize the  
expenditure of $98,000.00 from the Sewerage Operating Fund. ($98,000.00)  
Read for the First Time  
To authorize the Director of Finance and Management to enter into a contract with  
Brown Enterprise Solutions, LLC for the purchase of a Dell servers, workstations,  
monitors, laptops, tape drives and accessories for the Division of Sewerage and  
Drainage; and to authorize the expenditure of $136,612.45 from the Sanitary Sewer  
Operating Fund. ($136,612.45)  
Read for the First Time  
To authorize the Director of Public Utilities to enter into a contract renewal, in  
accordance with sole-source provisions of City Code, with Johnson Controls Fire  
Protection LP for life safety system maintenance services for the Division of  
Sewerage and Drainage, and to authorize the expenditure of $70,000.00 from the  
Sewer Operating Sanitary Fund. ($70,000.00)  
Read for the First Time  
RULES & REFERENCE: HARDIN, CHR. BROWN REMY FAVOR  
DORANS  
FR-6  
To amend various sections in Chapters 4101, 4107, and 4114 of Title 41 of the  
Columbus City Codes, entitled “Building Code,” in order to provide for the creation  
and administration of Special Inspectors as provided for under Chapter 17 of the Ohio  
Building Code.  
Rob Dorans  
Sponsors:  
Read for the First Time  
ZONING: DORANS, CHR. BANKSTON BARROSO DE PADILLA BROWN  
FAVOR REMY HARDIN  
REZONINGS  
FR-7  
To rezone 1402 JOYCE AVE. (43219), being 0.62± acres located at the southeast  
corner of Joyce Avenue and Windsor Avenue, From: C-4, Commercial District, To:  
L-M, Limited Manufacturing District (Rezoning #Z21-073).  
Read for the First Time  
VARIANCES  
FR-8  
To grant a Variance from the provisions of Sections 3356.03, C-4, permitted uses; and  
3312.49, Minimum numbers of parking spaces required, of the Columbus City Codes;  
for the property located at 422 WILSON AVE. (43205), to conform an existing  
single-unit dwelling in the C-4, Commercial District with reduced parking (Council  
Variance #CV22-018).  
Read for the First Time  
FR-9  
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, Area district lot  
width requirements; 3332.13, R-3 area district requirements; 3332.26, Minimum side  
yard permitted; 3332.27, Rear yard; and 3332.29, Height district, of the Columbus City  
Codes, for the property located at 930 FRANKLIN AVE. (43205), to permit a  
two-unit dwelling and three single-unit dwellings with reduced development standards  
in the R-3, Residential District (Council Variance #CV21-103).  
Read for the First Time  
FR-10  
To grant a Variance from the provisions of Sections 3332.037, R-2F residential  
district; 3312.49(C), Minimum numbers of parking spaces required; 3332.05, Area  
district lot width requirements; 3332.14, R-2F area district requirements; 3332.25,  
Maximum side yards required; 3332.26(C)(F), Minimum side yard permitted; and  
3332.27, Rear yard, of the Columbus City Codes, for the property located at 61-67 N.  
21ST ST. (43203), to conform an 11-unit apartment building and a two-unit dwelling  
with reduced development standards in the R-2F, Residential District (Council  
Variance #CV21-148).  
Read for the First Time  
FR-11  
To grant a Variance from the provisions of Sections 3312.21(B), Landscaping and  
screening; 3312.27(4), Parking setback line; 3321.09, Screening; 3363.24, Building  
lines in an M-Manufacturing district; and 3363.41, Storage, of the Columbus City  
Codes; for the property located at 1402 JOYCE AVE. (43219), to permit reduced  
development standards for contractor’s storage in the L-M, Limited Manufacturing  
District (Council Variance #CV21-104).  
Read for the First Time  
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CONSENT ACTIONS  
RESOLUTIONS OF EXPRESSION:  
BANKSTON  
To Honor, Recognize, and Celebrate the Life of Barbara A. Washington and to  
Extend our Sincerest Condolences to her Family and Friends  
CA-1  
Sponsors:  
Nicholas Bankston, Lourdes Barroso De Padilla, Elizabeth Brown, Rob  
Dorans, Shayla Favor, Shannon G. Hardin and Emmanuel V. Remy  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
REMY  
To recognize and celebrate the 2022 COSI Science Festival taking place May 4th  
through May 7th in Columbus, Ohio.  
CA-2  
Sponsors:  
Emmanuel V. Remy, Nicholas Bankston, Lourdes Barroso De Padilla,  
Elizabeth Brown, Rob Dorans, Shayla Favor and Shannon G. Hardin  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT: BANKSTON, CHR. REMY DORANS HARDIN  
CA-3  
CA-4  
To accept the application (AN21-019) of Christopher Jacobs for the annexation of  
certain territory containing 0.55± acres in Sharon Township.  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
To authorize the appropriation and expenditure of $76,143.00 in the Private Grant  
fund; to authorize the Director of the Department of Development to enter into a not  
for profit service agreement in an amount up to $76,143.00 with the  
Columbus-Franklin County Finance Authority to administer a grant for the  
department’s C-PACE program; and to declare an emergency. ($76,143.00)  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
To amend Ordinance No. 0878-2022, approved by Columbus City Council on March  
28, 2022, for the purposes of: (i) revising the 90-day period needed to execute the  
City of Columbus Jobs Growth Incentive Agreement to 90 days after passage from  
this ordinance and (ii) to revise the Project Site to 4111 and 4151 Bridgeway Avenue,  
Columbus, Ohio 43219, parcel numbers 010-290126, 010-290128 and 520-290129; and  
CA-5  
to declare an emergency. (  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
CA-6  
To authorize the Director of the Department of Development to amend the Enterprise  
Zone Agreement for a the first time for Assignment & Assumption with LGW STS,  
LLC, to remove Pinchal  
& Company LLC as ENTERPRISE and party to the  
AGREEMENT and to be replaced with LGW STS, LLC as ENTERPRISE and party  
to the AGREEMENT, to redefine the PROJECT SITE, revise the notice information,  
revise the jobs creation and commensurate payroll commitments, and to declare an  
emergency.  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
CA-7  
To authorize the Director of the Department of Development to amend the Enterprise  
Zone Agreement for a the first time for Assignment & Assumption with London  
Groveport STS, LLC, to remove Pinchal & Company LLC as ENTERPRISE and  
party to the AGREEMENT and to be replaced with London Groveport STS, LLC as  
ENTERPRISE and party to the AGREEMENT, to redefine the PROJECT SITE,  
revise the notice information, revise the jobs creation and commensurate payroll  
commitments, and to declare an emergency.  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
SMALL & MINORITY BUSINESS: BANKSTON, CHR. REMY BARROSO DE  
PADILLA HARDIN  
To authorize the City Clerk to enter into a grant agreement with the Long Street  
Business Association to pilot a small business stabilization program; and to authorize  
an appropriation and expenditure within the Job Growth subfund; and to declare an  
emergency. ($200,000.00)  
CA-8  
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  
6 -  
Abstained:  
Affirmative:  
Nicholas Bankston, Lourdes Barroso De Padilla, Elizabeth Brown, Rob  
Dorans, 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  
Mythics, Inc. for the purchase of Oracle software licensing, maintenance, and support  
services; to authorize the expenditure of $786,025.06 for the above-described  
services; and to declare an emergency. ($786,025.06)  
CA-9  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
To authorize the Director of Finance and Management, on behalf of the Department  
of Technology, to associate all General Budget Reservations resulting from this  
CA-10  
ordinance with a pre-established Universal Term Contract/Purchase Agreement with  
Dell Marketing, LP for the procurement of Extended Security Updates licenses; to  
authorize the expenditure of $105,995.52 for the above mentioned purpose; and to  
declare an emergency ($105,995.52)  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
PUBLIC SERVICE & TRANSPORTATION: BARROSO DE PADILLA, CHR.  
FAVOR BANKSTON HARDIN  
CA-11  
CA-12  
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)  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
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)  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
CA-13  
CA-14  
CA-15  
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)  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
To authorize the Finance and Management Director to modify the contract for the  
option to purchase Parking Meter Payment Systems with Parkeon/Flowbird; and to  
declare an emergency.  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
To authorize the Director of Finance and Management to associate all General  
Budget Reservations resulting from this ordinance with the appropriate Universal  
Term Contract Purchase Agreement for Pavement Materials & Aggregates; and to  
authorize the expenditure of $400,000.00 from the Street Construction, Maintenance,  
and Repair Fund (Fund 2265); and to authorize the expenditure of $500,000.00 from  
the Municipal Motor Vehicle Tax Fund (Fund 2266); and to declare an emergency.  
($900,000.00)  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
To accept the plat titled “Sugar Farms Section 1” from Pulte Homes of Ohio LLC, by  
Matthew J. Callahan, Division Vice President of Land Acquisition and Vision  
Acquisitions, LLC, by P Brent Wrightsel, member; and to declare an emergency.  
CA-16  
($0.00)  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
FINANCE: BROWN, CHR. BANKSTON REMY HARDIN  
CA-17  
CA-18  
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.  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
To authorize the Director of Finance and Management to enter into a contract, on  
behalf of the Office of Construction Management, with Double  
Z Construction  
Company related to the construction of the North Outpost Material Storage Building  
at the Public Service Department North Outpost located at 500 Scherers Road; to  
authorize the appropriation and expenditure of  
$
906,839.88 from the Street  
Construction Maintenance & Repair Operating Fund; and to declare an emergency.  
($906,839.88)  
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 a contract on behalf of the Office of Construction  
Management with Elford Inc., for ballistic window installation at the Fairwood  
Avenue 911 Call Center; to authorize the transfer and expenditure of $64,307.24  
between projects within the Public Safety General Obligation Bond Fund and  
$44,376.76 within the Public Safety Taxable Debt Fund; and to declare an  
emergency. ($108,684.00)  
CA-19  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
CA-20  
To authorize the Finance and Management Director, on behalf of the Real Estate  
Management Office, to execute those documents necessary to lease temporary and  
permanent office space from Columbus Downtown Development Corporation for the  
2022-2023 term; to authorize the appropriation and expenditure of $550,650.00 from  
the Special Income Tax Fund; to amend the 2021 Capital Improvement Budget; to  
authorize the transfer, appropriation and expenditure of $200,000.00 in the General  
Permanent Improvement Fund; and to declare an emergency. ($750,650.00)  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
RECREATION & PARKS: BROWN, CHR. REMY BANKSTON HARDIN  
CA-21  
To authorize the Director of Recreation and Parks to enter into contract with  
Oberlander’s Tree & Landscape for the Glenwood Bottoms and Ulry Warner Tree  
Clearing Project; to authorize the transfer of $90,700.00 within the Recreation and  
Parks Voted Bond Fund, to authorize the amendment of the 2021 Capital  
Improvements Budget; to authorize the expenditure of $90,700.00 from the  
Recreation and Parks Voted Bond Fund; and to declare an emergency. ($90,700.00)  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
CA-22  
To authorize the Director of Recreation and Parks to enter into the fifth year of a  
five-year agreement with Class Acts Columbus, Inc, as previously approved by  
Ordinance 0511-2018 and subject to annual approval and authorization, to commence  
May 1, 2022; to authorize the expenditure of $402,000.00 from the Recreation and  
Parks Operating Fund and $55,000 from the Property Management Fund 2294,  
Subfund 229403; and to declare an emergency. ($457,000.00)  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
PUBLIC UTILITIES: DORANS, CHR. BANKSTON REMY HARDIN  
CA-23  
CA-24  
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)  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
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)  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
CA-25  
CA-26  
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)  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
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.  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
CA-27  
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)  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
HOUSING: FAVOR, CHR. BANKSTON BROWN HARDIN  
CA-28  
To authorize the appropriation of $50,000.00 from the FY 2022 Community  
Development Block Grant from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban  
Development to provide funding for personnel expenses to manage the Housing  
Opportunity for People with AIDS program in the Department of Development; and  
to declare an emergency. ($50,000.00)  
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 (210 S Terrace Ave.) held in the Land Bank pursuant to the Land  
Reutilization Program and to declare an emergency.  
CA-29  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES: FAVOR, CHR. BARROSO DE PADILLA  
BROWN HARDIN  
CA-30  
To authorize the Director of Development to enter into a subaward agreement with  
Community Development for All People in an amount up to $600,000.00 to provide  
rental and utility assistance (as defined by U. S. Treasury) to qualifying residents of  
the local community to ensure housing stability; to authorize the Director of  
Development to modify the terms and conditions of the subaward agreement as  
needed without seeking further City Council approval; to authorize payment of  
expenses starting January 1, 2021; to authorize the expenditure of up to $600,000.00  
from the Emergency Rental Assistance 2 Funds; and to declare an emergency  
($600,000.00)  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
To authorize the Director of Development to modify a grant agreement with North  
Community Counseling Centers, Inc. in an amount up to $500,000.00 to continue to  
provide rental and utility assistance using federal Emergency Rental Assistance 1  
funds; to authorize an expenditure of up to $500,000.00 of Emergency Rental  
Assistance 1 funds; and to declare an emergency ($500,000.00)  
CA-31  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
To authorize the Director of Development to modify a grant agreement with Muslim  
Family Services of Ohio in an amount up to $300,000.00 to continue to provide rental  
and utility assistance using federal Emergency Rental Assistance 1 funds; to authorize  
an expenditure of up to $300,000.00 of Emergency Rental Assistance 1 funds; and to  
declare an emergency ($300,000.00)  
CA-32  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
To authorize the Director of Development to modify a grant agreement with Lifecare  
Alliance in an amount up to $600,000.00 to continue to provide rental and utility  
assistance using federal Emergency Rental Assistance 1 funds; to authorize an  
expenditure of up to $600,000.00 of Emergency Rental Assistance 1 funds; and to  
declare an emergency ($600,000.00)  
CA-33  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
To authorize the Director of Development to modify a grant agreement with  
Columbus Literary Council in an amount up to $513,379.24 to continue to provide  
rental and utility assistance using federal Emergency Rental Assistance 1 funds; to  
authorize an expenditure of up to $513,379.24 of Emergency Rental Assistance 1  
funds; and to declare an emergency ($513,379.24)  
CA-34  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
To authorize the Director of Development to modify a grant agreement with St.  
Stephens Community House in an amount up to $600,000.00 to continue to provide  
rental and utility assistance using federal Emergency Rental Assistance 1 funds; to  
authorize an expenditure of up to $600,000.00 of Emergency Rental Assistance 1  
funds; and to declare an emergency ($600,000.00)  
CA-35  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
CA-36  
CA-37  
To authorize the Board of Health to modify, by extending, the existing contract with  
Emocha Mobile Health through May 31, 2022; and to declare an emergency.  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
To authorize the Board of Health to enter into a grant agreement with Zeta Phi Beta  
Sorority, Inc. Gamma Zeta Zeta Chapter; to authorize the expenditures of $10,850.00  
within the Columbus Public Health Special Revenue Fund; and to declare an  
emergency. ($10,850.00)  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
PUBLIC SAFETY: REMY, CHR. BARROSO DE PADILLA DORANS HARDIN  
CA-38  
To authorize and direct the Director of Public Safety to enter into a grant agreement  
with the State of Ohio, Department of Natural Resources, Division of Watercraft; to  
transfer $11,661.36 between object classes within the General Fund; to transfer  
$11,661.39 from the General Fund to the General Government Grant Fund; to  
appropriate $46,645.55 from the unappropriated balance of the General Government  
Grant Fund to the Division of Police for the operation of a 2022 Marine Patrol  
Program; and to declare an emergency. ($46,645.55)  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
ENVIRONMENT: REMY, CHR. BARROSO DE PADILLA FAVOR HARDIN  
To authorize the Director of Public Service to modify the contract with Routeware,  
Inc. for Street Equipment-Refuse Data Collection System software; to authorize the  
expenditure of up to $250,000.00 from the Division of Refuse Collection General Fund  
operating budget to pay for this contract; and to declare an emergency. ($250,000.00)  
CA-39  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
APPOINTMENTS  
CA-40  
Appointment of Maurice Jenkins to serve on the Southwest Area Commission  
replacing George Wagner with a new term expiration date of August 30, 2022  
(resume attached).  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
CA-41  
CA-42  
Appointment of Felisa Jenkins to serve on the Southwest Area Commission replacing  
Erin Crome with a new term expiration date of August 30, 2022 (resume attached).  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
Appointment of Eli Bohnert, 2373 Quarry Valley Road Columbus OH 43202 to serve  
on the West Scioto Area Commission with a new term expiration date of May 15,  
2023 (resume attached).  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
CA-43  
Appointment of Brian Endicott, 1411 Dickson Drive Columbus OH 43228 to serve on  
the West Scioto Area Commission replacing a new term expiration date of May 15,  
2025. (resume attached).  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
CA-44  
Appointment of Eric Russell, 3405 Brendan Drive Columbus OH 43221, to serve on  
the West Scioto Area Commission with a new term expiration date of May 15, 2025  
(resume attached).  
This item was approved on the Consent Agenda.  
Approval of the Consent Agenda  
A motion was made by Emmanuel V. Remy, seconded by Shayla Favor,  
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 the Director of the Department of Development to enter into an  
Enterprise Zone Agreement with Pinchal & 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 $16,077,439 and the creation  
of 35 net new full-time permanent positions with an estimated annual payroll of  
approximately $1,092,000.  
SR-1  
A motion was made by Nicholas Bankston, seconded by Emmanuel V. Remy,  
that this Ordinance be Taken from the Table. 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 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 Pinchal & 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 $60,819,433 and the creation  
of 135 net new full-time permanent positions with an estimated annual payroll of  
approximately $4,212,000.  
SR-2  
A motion was made by Nicholas Bankston, seconded by Emmanuel V. Remy,  
that this Ordinance be Taken from the Table. 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 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 Pinchal & 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 $53,664,206 and the creation  
of 119 net new full-time permanent positions with an estimated annual payroll of  
approximately $3,712,800.  
SR-3  
A motion was made by Nicholas Bankston, seconded by Emmanuel V. Remy,  
that this Ordinance be Taken from the Table. 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 Nicholas Bankston, seconded by Lourdes Barroso De  
Padilla, 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 Pinchal & 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 $26,717,781 and the creation  
of 60 net new full-time permanent positions with an estimated annual payroll of  
approximately $1,872,000.  
SR-4  
A motion was made by Nicholas Bankston, seconded by Emmanuel V. Remy,  
that this Ordinance be Taken from the Table. 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 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  
SR-5  
To authorize the Director of the Department of Development to amend the City of  
Columbus Jobs Growth Incentive Agreement with Sarepta Therapeutics, Inc. for the  
first time to (1) revise the total private investment (2) revise the job creation and  
payroll commitment, and (3) extend the incentive term one (1) additional year from  
five consecutive years to six (6) consecutive years; and to declare an emergency.  
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  
SMALL & MINORITY BUSINESS: BANKSTON, CHR. REMY BARROSO DE  
PADILLA HARDIN  
To authorize the Director of Development to execute a grant agreement with Color  
Coded Labs, in an amount up to $400,000.00, towards efforts to provide coding  
bootcamp to historically under-resourced communities; to authorize an appropriation  
and expenditure within the Jobs Growth Subfund; to allow for reimbursement of  
expenses beginning January 1, 2022; and to declare an emergency. ($400,000.00)  
SR-6  
Nicholas Bankston  
Sponsors:  
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  
NEIGHBORHOODS AND IMMIGRANT, REFUGEE, AND MIGRANT AFFAIRS:  
BARROSO DE PADILLA, CHR. DORANS REMY HARDIN  
SR-7  
To authorize the Director of the Department of Neighborhoods to enter into a not for  
profit service contract in an amount up to $150,000.00 with the Neighborhood Design  
Center (NDC) for the period of May 1, 2022 through July 31, 2023 to administer a  
neighborhood beautification grant program.; to authorize the appropriation and  
expenditure of $150,000.00 from the Neighborhood Initiatives subfund; and to declare  
an emergency. ($150,000.00)  
Lourdes Barroso De Padilla  
Sponsors:  
A motion was made by Lourdes Barroso De Padilla, seconded by Elizabeth  
Brown, 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  
RECREATION & PARKS: BROWN, CHR. REMY BANKSTON HARDIN  
SR-8  
To authorize the Director of Recreation and Parks to enter into contract with Plug  
Smart for the HVAC Controls Integration Project; to authorize the transfer of  
$1,000,000.00 within the Recreation and Parks Voted Bond Fund, to authorize the  
amendment of the 2021 Capital Improvements Budget; to authorize the expenditure of  
$1,000,000.00 from the Recreation and Parks Voted Bond Fund; and to declare an  
emergency. ($1,000,000.00)  
A motion was made by Elizabeth Brown, 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  
HOUSING: FAVOR, CHR. BROWN BANKSTON HARDIN  
SR-9  
To authorize the City of Columbus, Department of Development to accept and  
executed a reimbursable grant agreement of up to $2,000,000.00 from the U.S.  
Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD); to authorize the  
appropriation of $1,934,015.00 and expenditure of $1,192,500.00 by the Director of the