Here is the agenda for the Cuyahoga Falls City Council meeting on Monday, March 27 at 6:30 p.m. in the Natatorium, 2345 Fourth St.:

Cuyahoga Falls City Council
Council Meeting Agenda
March 27, 2017
1. Roll Call
2. Invocation
3. Pledge of Allegiance
4. Approval of Minutes of Previous Council Meeting
5. Reading of petitions, claims, communications and reports of city officials.
6. Introduction of new ordinances and resolutions
7. Public Hearings
8. Reports of Special Council Committees
9. Reports of Council's Standing Committees
10. Announcement of Schedule of Council Committee meetings.
11. Miscellaneous Business
12. Adjournment


New Ordinances & Resolutions
Temp. Ord. B-25
An ordinance accepting the Planning Commission approval, findings and conditions of the site plan for the construction of a 62-unit senior apartment complex at 320 Pleasant Meadow Boulevard and on Parcel 3500578, and declaring an emergency.
Temp. Ord. B-26
An ordinance accepting the Planning Commission approval, findings and conditions of the site plan for the construction of a 28,437-square foot warehouse and parking lot expansion at 89 Cuyahoga Falls Industrial Parkway and on Parcels 35-06268, 35-06252 and 35-05933, and declaring an emergency.
Temp. Ord. B-27
An ordinance authorizing the Mayor to enter into a contract or contracts to purchase property in connection with the Dickerson Run Nature Preserve Project, and declaring an emergency.
Temp. Ord. B-28
An ordinance authorizing the Parks and Recreation Board to apply for and accept a grant from the Department of Natural Resources, and declaring an emergency.
Temp. Ord. B-29
An ordinance authorizing the City of Cuyahoga Falls to transfer real property to the Community Improvement Corporation of Cuyahoga Falls to facilitate the development of the property, and declaring an emergency.

Reports of Council's Standing Committees
Planning & Zoning:
Temp. Ord. B-16
An ordinance authorizing and approving the Hunter Parkway Preliminary/Final Subdivision Plat and Improvement Plans on Parcel 35-05868, and declaring an emergency.
Temp. Ord. B-20
An ordinance accepting the Planning Commission approval, findings and conditions of the site plan for the reconstruction of the Walsh Jesuit High School Football Stadium Complex at 4550 Wyoga Lake Road on Parcel 37-00026, and declaring an emergency.


Finance & Appropriations:
Temp. Ord. B-21
An ordinance authorizing the Mayor to enter into a contract, without competitive bidding, with Clean Air Concepts for the lease and/or purchase of vehicle exhaust capture systems for use by the Fire Department, and declaring an emergency.
Temp. Ord. B-22
An ordinance authorizing the Director of Public Safety to enter into a contract or contracts, without competitive bidding, with TASER International, Inc. for the purchase of the TASER 60 Plan for use by the City’s safety forces, and declaring an emergency.


Public & Industrial Improvements:
Temp. Ord. B-23
An ordinance authorizing the Director of Public Service to enter into a contract or contracts, according to law, for the Downtown Transformation Design-Build Project, and declaring an emergency.


Public Affairs:
No Report.
Community Development:
Temp. Ord. B-15
Creating a Tax Increment Financing Incentive District; declaring improvements to the parcels within the Incentive District to be a public purpose and exempt from real property taxation; requiring the owners of those parcels to make service payments in lieu of taxes; establishing a Municipal Public Improvement Tax Increment Equivalent Fund for the deposit of those service
payments; and specifying the public infrastructure improvements that benefit or serve parcels in the Incentive District.
Temp. Ord. B-24
An ordinance authorizing the Mayor to enter into a Pipeline Initiative Grant Agreement for up to $12,000.00 with the Ohio History Connection and to appropriate and authorize the payment of the grant funds, and declaring an emergency.


~General Information~
City Council meetings are held at 6:30 p.m. on the second and fourth Mondays of each month. Council Committee meetings are held at 6:30 p.m. on the first and third Mondays. Both Council and Committee meetings recess in August and are subject to change for holidays. Comments from the public are welcome at Committee meetings. Contact information for Council members is available on the City's website at www.cityofcf.com.