City of Maple Heights 2016 to 2017 City Council

Video of January 20, 2016 Council Meeting

Caucus was at 6:30 PM on January 20th, 2016n in the first floor conference room of the Maple Heights Senior Center followed by the Meeting at 7 PM (meeting started at 7:25PM as council adjourned from caucus late). Both the caucus and the meeting are open to the public.

Councilman Ron Jackson was elected as Council President Pro Tem. He was nominated by Councilman Shenett. There were no other nominations.

 

Agenda

Approval of minutes:

Special meetings: December 8, 2015, December 21, 2015, December 28, 2015
Regular meetings: December 16, 2015, January 6, 2016 


Legislation:

2016-1 to 2016-04

2016-01 Agreement with ODOT to resurface Libby Road from Lee to Northfield. PASSED 7-0
2016-02 Authorizing the Mayor to enter into a Collective Bargaining Agreement with the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 67. FIRST READING
2016-03 Amending the Temporary Appropriations 2016 PASSED 7-0
2016-04 Amending the 2015 Financial Recovery Plan PASSED 7-0

2016-5 to 2016-11

2016-05 consolidating and reallocation of fund 702 (Office on Aging Donations) and fund 737 (Nutrition Agency Fund) with Fund 240 (Senior Program Fund) PASSED 7-0

2016-06 Consolidating and reallocating the Ohio Board of Building Standards Fees Fund with Fund 100-6000-46290 PASSED 7-0

2016-07 Authorizing the Mayor to execute and agreement with Cuyahoga County entitled Business Retention and Attraction Protocol PASSED 7-0

2016-08 Authorizing the Mayor to enter into an agreement with Medical Mutual for group medical insurance for Full Time employees. PASSED 7-0

2016-09 Authorizing the Mayor to enter into an agreement with Assurant  for group Dental insurance for Full Time employees. PASSED 7-0

2016-10 Authorizing the Mayor to enter into an agreement with Union Eye Care for group vision insurance for Full Time employees. PASSED 7-0

2016-11 “A resolution extending the City’s gratitude to all the businesses located in the City of Maple Heights and encouraging residents to patronize area business and urging businesses to employ residents for employment positions available int eh city for which they are qualified.” FIRST READING

Expenditures over $1000

Mayor and Council Reports.

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