Here are actions taken by Aurora City Council at its March 13 meeting:

APPROVED

Adopt the current replacement pages of city ordinances as prepared by the Walter H. Drane Co.

One-year contract to Bob Cultrona Landscaping Co. ($38,742) for 2017 turf maintannce.

Contract with Riverreach Construction (not more than $47,000) for a bank stablization project along the Chagrin River.

Job creation incentive grant agreement with Piping Rock Health Products LLC.

Electric service agreement with Dynegy Energy Services to provide an electric rate for city properties (about $79,548 for three years).

Contract with Western Branch Diesel ($15,003) for emergency repair of the city's 250-watt generator at the Central wastewater treatment plant.

TO THIRD READING

Tabled. Agreement with Hawthorn of Aurora and the Constan Development Co. for dedication to the city for public use of a portion of Aurora Lake Road.

Final plat for Homestead Phase 3 Block A on the south side of East Homestead Drive and east of Eggleston Road.

Revised development plan of Homestead Phase 3, Block A on the north side of East Homestead Drive and east of Eggleston Road.

TO SECOND READING

Set the compensation for the mayor from Jan. 1, 2020 to Dec. 31, 2023 ($99,975 in 2020, $102,275 in 2021, $104,750 in 2022 and $107,350 in 2023).

Set the compensation for City Council members from Jan. 1, 2020 to Dec. 31, 2023 ($11,000 in 2020, $11,300 in 2021, $11,550 in 2022 and $11,800 in 2023).

Contract with Pyrotechynico ($17,500) for the July 4 fireworks display.

Purchase a 2017 Ford F-1250 pickup truck from Liberty Ford ($21,295 after $6,000 trade-in allowance) for use by the planning-zoning-building department.

Purchase of two 2017 Ford Explorer interceptors from Lebanon Ford ($45,518 after $9,300 trade-in allowance) for the police department.

Contract with inSITE Advisory Group LLC (not over $15,000) for consulting services to develop design standards for the historic overlay district.

Contract with VASU Communications ($80,891) for portable radios for use by fire department employees ($74,000 from the capital improvement fund and additional appropriation of $6,891 from the capital improvement fund).