2020 Ordinances

Ordinance
Description
056-2020 (PDF)
Authorizing all actions necessary to accept Northeast Ohio Public Energy Council 2020 Energized Community Grant(s) Funds
044-2020 (PDF)
Adopting procedures for the transfer of certain City owned real property, received through the City of Cleveland Heights Land Reutilization Program, to FutureHeights, Inc.; declaring the property no longer needed for a public purpose
035-2020 (PDF)
To approve current replacement pages to the Cleveland Heights Codified Ordinances
033-2020 (PDF)
Authorizing the City Manager to take all actions necessary for participation in the services offered through the Cuyahoga County Aggregated Solar Project and administered pursuant to the Cuyahoga County Cooperative Purchasing Program
024-2020 (PDF)
Enacting and adopting Section 111.131, “Consent Agenda,” of Chapter 111, “Council,” of the Codified Ordinances of the City of Cleveland Heights; amending various sections of Chapter 111, “Council,” of the Codified Ordinances of the City of Cleveland Heights to provide for a Consent Agenda;
023-2020 (PDF)
Amending Section 6 of Ordinance No. 17-2020, “Wage and Salary Ordinance,” to provide clarity and fill-in gaps on various provisions
017-2020 (PDF)
Establishing salary schedules, position classifications and other compensation, and benefits for officers and employees of the City;
012-2020 (PDF)
Declaring certain improvements to real property located in the City of Cleveland Heights, Ohio to be a public purpose; declaring such improvements to be exempt from real property taxation; making provision for the collection of service payments in lieu of taxes; establishing an urban redevelopment tax increment equivalent fund for the deposit of such service payments; confirming a compensation agreement with the Cleveland Heights-University Heights City School District; providing related authorizations pursuant to Ohio Revised Code Sections 5709.41, 5709.42 and 5709.43; rescinding Ordinance No. 116-2019 adopted on December 2, 2019; rescinding Ordinance No. 16-2018 adopted on March 19, 2018 except as stated herein
006-2020 (PDF)
Providing for the issuance and sale of not to exceed $1,850,000 of economic development nontax revenue bond anticipation notes, in anticipation of the issuance of bonds, for the purpose of paying a portion of the costs of the acquisition, construction, equipping, installation, furnishing and other improvement of a project, as defined in Section 165.01 of the Revised Code
005-2020 (PDF)
Providing for the issuance and sale of economic development tax increment financing revenue bonds, in a principal amount not to exceed $26,000,000, for the purpose of paying a portion of the costs of the acquisition, construction, equipping, installation, furnishing and other improvement of a project, as defined in Section 165.01 of the Revised Code; authorizing execution and delivery of a trust agreement, a loan and service payment agreement, a bond placement agreement and related agreements, instruments and documents to provide for the revenues to pay and secure bond service charges and other required payments, the custody and application of funds and revenues, the permitted uses of bond proceeds in the financing of project costs, other requirements for the issuance, sale and delivery of the bonds and related matters
004-2020 (PDF)
Authorizing the execution of a Property Schedule to a Master Tax-Exempt Lease/Purchase Agreement between U.S. Bancorp Government Leasing and Finance, Inc., as lessor, and the City, as lessee, for the purpose of acquiring a fire pumper truck including related equipment and appurtenances
003-2020 (PDF)
Updating the references to standing Council Committees in the Codified Ordinances
002-2020 (PDF)
Authorizing the City Manager to enter into an amendment to an agreement with the owners of property located at 2217 Tudor Drive, Cleveland Heights to expand an easement on a portion of the City-owned property known as Nottinghill Lane;
023-2018 (PDF)
Amending Chapter 107, “Public Meetings,” of the Codified Ordinances of Cleveland Heights by repealing Section 107.01(c)(9) to remove the ability of Council or a board or commission of the City to enter into executive session to meet in retreat not more than four times per year to discuss general plans for the future, or general issues before the City