City Council members Beth Bigham, President Hal DeSaussure, Dennis Hanink, Alex Kelemen, Casey Weinstein and Dan Williams approved the following legislation at the Feb. council meeting.

Council member William Wooldredge was absent.

A resolution authorizing a three-year contract for a total of $31,500 for a small utility Enterprise Licensing agreement with Environmental Systems Research Institute, Inc. for a Geographic Information System program; and declaring an emergency.

A resolution authorizing the city manager to enter into a new 5-year lease agreement with Ricoh USA, Inc. for the leasing of multifunction equipment for the public works department and to terminate agreements with ComDoc and MT Technologies upon term expirations; and declaring an emergency.

A resolution authorizing the city manager to advertise for bids and to enter into a contract for the 2017 storm sewer lining improvements along Winterberry Drive, Woodyard Drive, Valerie Lane, Winchell Drive and Chadbourne Drive with the lowest and best bidder; and declaring an emergency.

A resolution authorizing the city manager to enter into a contract for $143,799 with Perrin Asphalt for the paving of driveways at Oak Grove Park and Hudson Springs Park; and declaring an emergency.

A resolution authorizing the city manager to accept funding from the Ohio Lake Erie Commission for a Lake Erie Protection Fund small grant or $15,000.

A resolution authorizing the city manager, or her designee, to submit a grant application to the Ohio Department of Public Safety, Division of Emergency Medical Services, for an Emergency Medical Services

training and equipment grant on behalf of Hudson EMS for partial reimbursement for the purchase of a Child CRISis Manikin valued at $5,400.

A resolution authorizing the city manager to enter into a Community Reinvestment Act area agreement with Mental Health Partners Hudson LLC, an Ohio Limited Liability Company which wants to build a 13,250 square-foot commercial/industrial building on Lot #8 in Hudson Crossing Business Park; and declaring an emergency.

A resolution authorizing the city manager to enter into an amendment of a contract with Azteca Systems, LLC for no more than $25,790 from Feb. 1, 2017 to Jan. 31, 2018, for software and professional services for the city's departmental functions; and declaring an emergency.

An ordinance authorizing the city manager to enter into an amended agreement with R. Todd Hunt and Aimee W. Lane of the law firm of Walter|Haverfield LLP for city solicitor services; and declaring an emergency.

A resolution to approve purchase of chemicals for Ellsworth Meadows golf course from Crop Production Services for $7,466; Helena Chemical Corp. for $13,630; Site One Landscape for $5,880; Advanced Turf Solutions for $5,308; and Harrell's LLC for $23,468; and declaring an emergency.

A resolution authorizing the city manager to enter into a purchase agreement for $25,820 with Time Warner Cable, NKA "Spectrum", for high-definition transmission equipment and services for Hudson Community Television operations; and declaring an emergency.

A resolution authorizing the city manager to enter into a Regional Stormwater Management Program service agreement between the Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District and the city of Hudson; and declaring an emergency.

An ordinance entering a moratorium on applications for, and the granting of, zoning certificates for any building, structure, use or change of use that would enable the cultivation, processing, distribution or sale of medical marijuana for an additional period not to exceed six months in order to allow the city to review applicable state law and regulations, to plan for local regulations relating to such uses, and declaring an emergency.