2020 Resolutions

Resolution
Description
019-2020 (PDF)
Recognizing March 2020 as National Women’s History Month;
018-2020 (PDF)
Recognizing March 2020 as Red Cross Month in the City of Cleveland Heights;
016-2020 (PDF)
Authorizing the City Manager and Mayor/President of Council to enter into an agreement to develop the Hillcrest-Heights Regional Fire Investigation Unit for fire origin and cause investigation services;
015-2020 (PDF)
Opposing the state’s unconstitutional school funding system and the current method of funding Educational Choice Scholarship Program vouchers by the Ohio General Assembly;
014-2020 (PDF)
Urging the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation to protect the Federal Community Reinvestment Act by ensuring that current efforts to modernize regulations do not weaken the requirement of lending institutions to meet the credit needs of low- and moderate-income and marginalized communities across our Nation;
013-2020 (PDF)
Authorizing the use of a Consent Agenda within the agenda of meetings of the City Council; establishing the parameters thereof
011-2020 (PDF)
Authorizing the City Manager to enter into an agreement with Wade Trim, Inc. of Ohio, for professional design, bid, and construction administration services relating to the Delamere Drive Basement Flooding Relief Project
010-2020 (PDF)
Proclaiming February 2020 to be American Heart Month
009-2020 (PDF)
Recognizing February 2020 as National African American History Month
008-2020 (PDF)
Authorizing the City Manager to enter into an agreement with GPD Group for engineering services for the Shannon Road Rehabilitation Project; providing compensation therefor
007-2020 (PDF)
Authorizing the City Manager to enter into an agreement with GPD Group for construction administration and resident inspection services for the Selwyn Rehabilitation and Waterline Replacement Project; providing compensation therefor
001-2020 (PDF)
Amending standing committees of Council and outlining each committee’s general responsibilities by subject matter; repealing Resolution No. 13-2018;