Corruption at WORK!! Cuyahoga County proposes plan to buy property, permanently extend sales tax

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AGENDA 

CUYAHOGA COUNTY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING 

TUESDAY, AUGUST 2, 2022 

CUYAHOGA COUNTY ADMINISTRATIVE HEADQUARTERS 

C. ELLEN CONNALLY COUNCIL CHAMBERS – 4TH FLOOR 

5:00 PM 

1. CALL TO ORDER 

2. ROLL CALL 

3. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE 

4. SILENT MEDITATION  

5. PUBLIC COMMENT 

6. APPROVAL OF MINUTES 

a) July 19, 2022 Committee of the Whole Meeting 

b) July 19, 2022 Regular Meeting 

  

7. ANNOUNCEMENTS FROM THE COUNCIL PRESIDENT 

8. MESSAGES FROM THE COUNTY EXECUTIVE 

9. LEGISLATION INTRODUCED BY COUNCIL 

a) CONSIDERATION OF A RESOLUTION OF COUNCIL FOR FIRST READING ADOPTION UNDER SUSPENSION OF RULES

  

1) R2022-0256: A Resolution providing for the appointment of Sharon Georgakopoulos as the Assistant Deputy Clerk to serve  the Council of Cuyahoga County; and declaring the necessity  that this Resolution become immediately effective. 

Sponsor: Councilmember Jones 

b) CONSIDERATION OF RESOLUTIONS OF COUNCIL FOR FIRST READING AND REFERRAL TO COMMITTEE  

1) R2022-0257: A Resolution adopting various changes to the  Cuyahoga County Non-Bargaining Classification Plan; and  

declaring the necessity that this Resolution become  

immediately effective. 

Sponsor: Councilmember Baker on behalf of Cuyahoga County  Personnel Review Commission 

2) R2022-0258: A Resolution awarding a total sum, not to  exceed $250,300, to the Ohio Aerospace Institute for the  

purpose of enabling Cuyahoga County Businesses to Compete  Globally through Biomimicry-based Innovation from the  

District 2 ARPA Community Grant Fund; and declaring the  

necessity that this Resolution become immediately effective. Sponsor: Councilmember Miller 

3) R2022-0259: A Resolution awarding a total sum, not to  exceed $225,000, to Baldwin Wallace University for the  

Northeast Ohio Flight Information Exchange: Digital  

Infrastructure for Drone Services Project from the District 2 ARPA Community Grant Fund; and declaring the necessity that  this Resolution become immediately effective. 

Sponsor: Councilmember Miller 

4) R2022-0260: A Resolution awarding a total sum, not to  exceed $50,000, to the Horizon Education Centers for startup  expenses at the Shoreway Horizon Education Center from the  District 3 ARPA Community Grant Fund; and declaring the  

necessity that this Resolution become immediately effective. Sponsor: Councilmember Sweeney

  

5) R2022-0261: A Resolution awarding a total sum, not to  exceed $250,000, to the Cleveland Christian Home for the  Cleveland Christian Home Capital Renovation Project from the  District 3 ARPA Community Grant Fund; and declaring the  necessity that this Resolution become immediately effective. 

Sponsor: Councilmember Sweeney 

6) R2022-0262: A Resolution awarding a total sum, not to  exceed $250,000, to the Eleanor B. Rainey Memorial Institute for the purpose of expanding the Pivot Center for Art, Dance,  and Expression from the District 3 ARPA Community Grant  Fund; and declaring the necessity that this Resolution become  immediately effective. 

Sponsor: Councilmember Sweeney 

7) R2022-0263: A Resolution awarding a total sum, not to  exceed $25,000, to the Denison Avenue United Church of  Christ for the purpose of making capital repairs at 9900  Denison Avenue from the District 3 ARPA Community Grant  Fund; and declaring the necessity that this Resolution become  immediately effective. 

Sponsor: Councilmember Sweeney 

8) R2022-0264: A Resolution awarding a total sum, not to  exceed $250,000, to the Centers for Families and Children and  Circle Health Services for the purpose of facility expansion at  the Centers and Circle Health Services at Gordon Square from  the District 3 ARPA Community Grant Fund; and declaring the  necessity that this Resolution become immediately effective. 

Sponsor: Councilmember Sweeney 

9) R2022-0265: A Resolution awarding a total sum, not to  exceed $50,000, to the Sokol Greater Cleveland Gymnastic  and Educational Organization, Inc. for capital improvements at  Bohemian National Hall/Czech Cultural Center from the  District 3 ARPA Community Grant Fund; and declaring the  necessity that this Resolution become immediately effective. 

Sponsor: Councilmember Sweeney

  

10) R2022-0266: A Resolution awarding a total sum, not to  exceed $75,000, to the Cleveland National Air Show, Inc. for general operations from the District 3 ARPA Community Grant  Fund; and declaring the necessity that this Resolution become  immediately effective. 

Sponsor: Councilmember Sweeney 

11) R2022-0267: A Resolution awarding a total sum, not to  exceed $250,000, to the Union-Miles Development  Corporation for the construction of the Walt Collins Veteran  Housing & Service Center from the District 8 ARPA Community  Grant Fund; and declaring the necessity that this Resolution  become immediately effective. 

Sponsor: Councilmember Jones 

12) R2022-0268: A Resolution authorizing the Department of  Public Works to utilize a total sum, not to exceed, $787,748 for the purpose of rebuilding Garfield Boulevard and  constructing a connecting trail in the City of Garfield Heights from the District 8 ARPA Community Grant Fund; and  declaring the necessity that this Resolution become  immediately effective. 

Sponsor: Councilmember Jones 

13) R2022-0269: A Resolution authorizing the Department of  Public Works to utilize a total sum, not to exceed, $250,000 for the purpose of the Grant Avenue Pavement Repair and  Resurfacing Project in the Village of Cuyahoga Heights from  the District 8 ARPA Community Grant Fund; and declaring the  necessity that this Resolution become immediately effective. 

Sponsor: Councilmember Jones 

14) R2022-0270: A Resolution awarding a total sum, not to  exceed $40,000, to the Village of Newburgh Heights for the  Village’s Home Maintenance Grant Program from the District  8 ARPA Community Grant Fund; and declaring the necessity  that this Resolution become immediately effective. 

Sponsor: Councilmember Jones

  

15) R2022-0271: A Resolution awarding a total sum, not to  exceed $219,000, to the Village of Newburgh Heights for the  purpose of constructing the Washington Dog Park from the  District 8 ARPA Community Grant Fund; and declaring the  necessity that this Resolution become immediately effective. 

Sponsor: Councilmember Jones 

16) R2022-0272: A Resolution awarding a total sum, not to  exceed $140,000, to the City of Maple Heights for the  installation of an Emergency Generator at the Maple Heights  Senior Center from the District 8 ARPA Community Grant  Fund; and declaring the necessity that this Resolution become  immediately effective. 

Sponsor: Councilmember Jones 

17) R2022-0273: A Resolution awarding a total sum, not to  exceed $480,000, to the City of Maple Heights for the Fire  Station No. 1 Roof Repair Project from the District 8 ARPA  Community Grant Fund; and declaring the necessity that this  Resolution become immediately effective. 

Sponsor: Councilmember Jones 

18) R2022-0274: A Resolution awarding a total sum, not to  exceed $80,000, to the City of Maple Heights for the Fire  Station No. 2 Roof Repair Project from the District 8 ARPA  Community Grant Fund; and declaring the necessity that this  Resolution become immediately effective. 

Sponsor: Councilmember Jones 

19) R2022-0275: A Resolution awarding a total sum, not to  exceed $50,000, to the City of Maple Heights for the Police  Department Locker Room Expansion Project from the District  8 ARPA Community Grant Fund; and declaring the necessity  that this Resolution become immediately effective. 

Sponsor: Councilmember Jones 

20) R2022-0276: A Resolution awarding a total sum, not to  exceed $250,000, to the Boys and Girls Clubs of Northeast  Ohio for the Broadway Kitchen and Security Improvements  Project from the District 8 ARPA Community Grant Fund; and

  

declaring the necessity that this Resolution become  immediately effective. 

Sponsor: Councilmember Jones 

21) R2022-0277: A Resolution awarding a total sum, not to  exceed $250,000, to Burten, Bell, Carr Development, Inc. for  the Arbor Park Place Redevelopment Project from the District  8 ARPA Community Grant; and declaring the necessity that  this Resolution become immediately effective. 

Sponsor: Councilmember Jones 

22) R2022-0278: A Resolution awarding a total sum, not to  exceed $400,000, to the AIDS Taskforce of Greater Cleveland for the E-volution behavioral health program from the District  10 ARPA Community Grant Fund; and declaring the necessity  that this Resolution become immediately effective. 

Sponsor: Councilmember Stephens 

23) R2022-0279: A Resolution awarding a total sum, not to  exceed $120,755, to the Village of Bratenahl for the Eddy  Road Rehabilitation Project from the District 10 ARPA  Community Grant Fund; and declaring the necessity that this  Resolution become immediately effective. 

Sponsor: Councilmember Stephens 

24) R2022-0280: A Resolution, and the District 10 ARPA  Community Grant Fund awarding a total sum, not to exceed  $123,235.54, to the Village of Bratenahl for the purpose of  purchasing two new police vehicles from the District 10 ARPA  Community Grant Fund; and declaring the necessity that this  Resolution become immediately effective. 

Sponsor: Councilmember Stephens 

25) R2022-0281: A Resolution awarding a total sum, not to  exceed $120,000, to Waterloo Arts for Phase II of the Green  Roof & Alley Renovation Project from the District 10 ARPA  Community Grant Fund; and declaring the necessity that this  Resolution become immediately effective. 

Sponsor: Councilmember Stephens

  

26) R2022-0282: A Resolution awarding a total sum, not to  exceed $250,000, to Family Connections of Northeast Ohio for  the purpose of engaging families and strengthening literacy in  kindergarten students from the District 10 ARPA Community  Grant Fund; and declaring the necessity that this Resolution  become immediately effective. 

Sponsor: Councilmember Stephens 

27) R2022-0283: A Resolution awarding a total sum, not to  exceed $200,000, to the Literacy Cooperative for Dolly  Parton’s Imagination Library from the District 10 ARPA  Community Grant Fund; and declaring the necessity that this  Resolution become immediately effective. 

Sponsor: Councilmember Stephens 

28) R2022-0284: A Resolution awarding a total sum, not to  exceed $275,000, to FRONT Exhibition Company for the  Cleveland Triennial for Contemporary Art from the District 10  ARPA Community Grant Fund; and declaring the necessity that  this Resolution become immediately effective. 

Sponsor: Councilmember Stephens 

29) R2022-0285: A Resolution awarding a total sum, not to  exceed $47,280.43, to the East Cleveland Domestic Violence  Program for the purpose of supporting operational expenses from the District 10 ARPA Community Grant Fund; and declaring the necessity that this Resolution become  immediately effective. 

Sponsor: Councilmember Stephens 

30) R2022-0286: A Resolution awarding a total sum, not to  exceed $25,000, to the Collective Arts Network for the CAN  Triennial regional art exhibition from the District 10 ARPA  Community Grant Fund; and declaring the necessity that this  Resolution become immediately effective. 

Sponsor: Councilmember Stephens 

31) R2022-0287: A Resolution awarding a total sum, not to  exceed $2,000,000, to the Cleveland Metroparks for the  restoration of Forest Hills Park from the District 10 ARPA 

  

Community Grant Fund; and declaring the necessity that this  Resolution become immediately effective. 

Sponsor: Councilmember Stephens 

32) R2022-0288: A Resolution awarding a total sum, not to  exceed $500,000, to the City of Cleveland Heights for the  Security Camera Network Replacement and Expansion Project from the District 10 ARPA Community Grant Fund; and declaring the necessity that this Resolution become  immediately effective. 

Sponsor: Councilmember Stephens 

33) R2022-0289: A Resolution awarding a total sum, not to  exceed $12,000, to the Cuyahoga County Land Reutilization  Corporation for demolition of the cottage on Greenwood  Farm Community Park in the City of Richmond Heights from  the District 11 ARPA Community Grant Fund; and declaring the necessity that this Resolution become immediately  effective. 

Sponsor: Councilmember Simon 

34) R2022-0290: A Resolution awarding a total sum, not to  exceed $12,000, to the Cuyahoga County Land Reutilization  Corporation for demolition of 422 Richmond Road in the City  of Richmond Heights from the District 11 ARPA Community  Grant Fund; and declaring the necessity that this Resolution  become immediately effective. 

Sponsor: Councilmember Simon 

35) R2022-0291: A Resolution awarding a total sum, not to  exceed $100,000, to the City of Richmond Heights for the  purpose of installing an Emergency Generator at Richmond  Heights City Hall from the District 11 ARPA Community Grant  Fund; and declaring the necessity that this Resolution become  immediately effective. 

Sponsor: Councilmember Simon 

36) R2022-0292: A Resolution awarding a total sum, not to  exceed $230,000, to the City of Richmond Heights for the Replacement of the Richmond Heights Division of Fire 

  

Ambulance from the District 11 ARPA Community Grant Fund; and declaring the necessity that this Resolution become  

immediately effective. 

Sponsor: Councilmember Simon 

37) R2022-0293: A Resolution awarding a total sum, not to  exceed $400,000, to the City of South Euclid for the South  

Belvoir Boulevard Resurfacing Project from the District 11 

ARPA Community Grant Fund; and declaring the necessity that  this Resolution become immediately effective. 

Sponsor: Councilmember Simon 

c) COMMITTEE REPORTS AND CONSIDERATION OF RESOLUTIONS OF  COUNCIL FOR SECOND READING 

1) R2022-0194: A Resolution awarding a total sum, not to  exceed $1,000,000, to the City of Shaker Heights for the Lee  Road Corridor Revitalization Project from the District 9 ARPA  Community Grant Fund; and declaring the necessity that this  Resolution become immediately effective. 

Sponsors: Councilmembers Turner, Conwell and Tuma 

Committee Assignment and Chair: Public Works, Procurement  & Contracting – Tuma 

2) R2022-0220: A Resolution awarding a total sum, not to  exceed $1,200,000 to the City of Bay Village for the Cahoon  Memorial Park Lakefront Project from the District 1 ARPA  

Community Grant Fund; and declaring the necessity that this  Resolution become immediately effective. 

Sponsors: Councilmembers Baker, Miller, Gallagher, Turner,  Simon and Jones 

Committee Assignment and Chair: Community Development – Stephens 

3) R2022-0221: A Resolution awarding a total sum, not to  exceed $1,000,000, to the City of Fairview Park for the Public  Facility Regional Environmental Improvement Project from the  District 1 ARPA Community Grant Fund; and declaring the 

  

necessity that this Resolution become immediately effective. 

Sponsors: Councilmembers Baker, Miller, Sweeney, Turner,  Conwell and Tuma 

Committee Assignment and Chair: Public Works, Procurement  & Contracting – Tuma 

4) R2022-0222: A Resolution awarding a total sum, not to  exceed $1,217,000, to the City of Rocky River for the purpose  of constructing a firearms range for the Rocky River Police  Department from the District 1 ARPA Community Grant Fund; and declaring the necessity that this Resolution become  immediately effective. 

Sponsors: Councilmembers Baker, Jones, Gallagher and Tuma 

Committee Assignment and Chair: Public Safety & Justice  Affairs – Gallagher 

5) R2022-0223: A Resolution awarding a total sum, not to  exceed $1,000,000 to the City of Westlake for the purpose of  demolition of the Parkside Intermediary School to facilitate  construction of the Parkside Park and Athletic Fields from the  District 1 ARPA Community Grant Fund; and declaring the  necessity that this Resolution become immediately effective. 

Sponsors: Councilmembers Baker, Gallagher, Simon and Jones 

Committee Assignment and Chair: Community Development – Stephens 

6) R2022-0224: A Resolution awarding a total sum, not to  exceed $500,000, to the Beck Center for the Arts for  infrastructure needs from the District 2 ARPA Community  Grant Fund; and declaring the necessity that this Resolution  become immediately effective. 

Sponsors: Councilmembers Miller, Gallagher, Simon and  Turner 

Committee Assignment and Chair: Community Development – Stephens

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7) R2022-0225: A Resolution awarding a total sum, not to  exceed $350,000, to the Bellaire-Puritas Development  Corporation for the construction of the Lyric Community  Center, Phase 2, from the District 2 ARPA Community Grant  Fund; and declaring the necessity that this Resolution become  immediately effective. 

Sponsors: Councilmembers Miller, Gallagher, Turner and  Jones 

Committee Assignment and Chair: Community Development – Stephens 

8) R2022-0226: A Resolution awarding a total sum, not to  exceed $1,500,000, to the City of Lakewood for the Lakewood  Refuse and Recycling, Animal Shelter, and Stockpile Yard  Project from the District 2 ARPA Community Grant Fund; and declaring the necessity that this Resolution become  immediately effective. 

Sponsors: Councilmembers Miller, Turner, Simon and Conwell 

Committee Assignment and Chair: Education, Environment &  Sustainability – Simon 

9) R2022-0227: A Resolution awarding a total sum, not to  exceed $40,000, to the Black Professionals Association  Charitable Foundation for the Career Connect Internship  Program Enhancement Project from the District 7 ARPA  Community Grant Fund; and declaring the necessity that this  Resolution become immediately effective. 

Sponsors: Councilmembers Conwell and Simon 

Committee Assignment and Chair: Education, Environment &  Sustainability – Simon 

10) R2022-0228: A Resolution awarding a total sum, not to  exceed $65,000, to the Catholic Charities, St. Martin de Porres  Family Center for Strategic Plan Development from the  District 7 ARPA Community Grant Fund; and declaring the  necessity that this Resolution become immediately effective. 

Sponsors: Councilmembers Conwell and Turner

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Committee Assignment and Chair: Health, Human Services &  Aging – Conwell 

11) R2022-0229: A Resolution awarding a total sum, not to  exceed $90,000, to the Catholic Charities Corporation, Fatima  Family Center for furniture upgrades at 6600 Lexington  Avenue on the Fatima Family Center campus from the District  7 ARPA Community Grant Fund; and declaring the necessity  that this Resolution become immediately effective. 

Sponsors: Councilmembers Conwell and Turner 

Committee Assignment and Chair: Health, Human Services &  Aging – Conwell 

12) R2022-0230: A Resolution awarding a total sum, not to  exceed $63,000, to the Catholic Charities Corporation, Fatima  Family Center for the Hough Collaborative Main Office  Upgrade from the District 7 ARPA Community Grant Fund; and  declaring the necessity that this Resolution become  immediately effective. 

Sponsors: Councilmembers Conwell and Turner 

Committee Assignment and Chair: Health, Human Services &  Aging – Conwell 

13) R2022-0231: A Resolution awarding a total sum, not to  exceed $250,000, to East End Neighborhood House, Inc. for  the purpose of making various capital improvements from the  District 7 ARPA Community Grant Fund; and declaring the  necessity that this Resolution become immediately effective. 

Sponsors: Councilmembers Conwell and Turner 

Committee Assignment and Chair: Health, Human Services &  Aging – Conwell 

14) R2022-0232: A Resolution awarding a total sum, not to  exceed $700,000, to the Murtis Taylor Human Services System for the Community Center Capital Repair, Renovation and  Expansion Project from the District 7 ARPA Community Grant  Fund; and declaring the necessity that this Resolution become  immediately effective.

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Sponsors: Councilmembers Conwell and Turner 

Committee Assignment and Chair: Health, Human Services &  Aging – Conwell 

15) R2022-0233: A Resolution awarding a total sum, not to  exceed $73,200, to the City of Bedford Heights for the  purpose of upgrades and staffing at the Bedford Heights  Computer Lab from the District 9 ARPA Community Grant  Fund; and declaring the necessity that this Resolution become  immediately effective. 

Sponsors: Councilmember Turner, Gallagher and Jones 

Committee Assignment and Chair: Community Development – Stephens 

16) R2022-0234: A Resolution awarding a total sum, not to  exceed $35,000, to the City of Bedford Heights for the  purpose of expanding the Bedford Heights Food Relief  Program from the District 9 ARPA Community Grant Fund; and  declaring the necessity that this Resolution become  immediately effective. 

Sponsors: Councilmembers Turner, Gallagher and Jones 

Committee Assignment and Chair: Community Development – Stephens 

17) R2022-0235: A Resolution awarding a total sum, not to  exceed $450,000, to the City of Bedford Heights for the  Homeowner Energy Efficient Weatherization Relief Program from the District 9 ARPA Community Grant Fund; and  declaring the necessity that this Resolution become  immediately effective. 

Sponsors: Councilmembers Turner, Gallagher and Jones 

Committee Assignment and Chair: Community Development – Stephens 

18) R2022-0236: A Resolution awarding a total sum, not to  exceed $600,000, to the City of Warrensville Heights for the  purpose of upgrading the Warrensville Heights Senior and  Civic Center from the District 9 ARPA Community Grant Fund;

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and declaring the necessity that this Resolution become  

immediately effective. 

Sponsors: Councilmembers Turner, Gallagher, Simon and  

Jones 

Committee Assignment and Chair: Community Development – Stephens 

19) R2022-0237: A Resolution awarding a total sum, not to  exceed $2,674,700, to the Cleveland Hitchcock Center for  

Women, Inc. for the purpose of constructing a new treatment  center building from the General Fund – ARPA Revenue  

Replacement, the District 2 ARPA Community Grant Fund, the  District 7 ARPA Community Grant Fund, and the District 10  ARPA Community Grant Fund; and declaring the necessity that  this Resolution become immediately effective. 

Sponsors: County Executive Budish and Councilmembers  

Conwell, Turner, Stephens and Jones 

Committee Assignment and Chair: Health, Human Services &  Aging – Conwell 

d) CONSIDERATION OF RESOLUTIONS OF COUNCIL FOR THIRD READING ADOPTION 

1) R2022-0152: A Resolution awarding a total sum, not to  exceed $854,355 to the City of Middleburg Heights for the  purpose of completing the Southland District Streetscape 

Improvement Project from the District 4 ARPA Community  Grant Fund; and declaring the necessity that this Resolution  become immediately effective. 

Sponsors: Councilmembers Tuma, Baker and Jones 

Committee Assignment and Chair: Community Development – Stephens 

2) R2022-0155: A Resolution awarding a total sum, not to  exceed $590,000 to the City of Berea for the purpose of Coe  Lake Park and Parknoll Park Upgrades from the District 5 ARPA  Community Grant Fund; and declaring the necessity that this  Resolution become immediately effective.

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Sponsors: Councilmembers Gallagher, Tuma and Baker Committee Assignment and Chair: Community Development – Stephens 

3) R2022-0158: A Resolution awarding a total sum, not to  exceed $108,000 to the City of Olmsted Falls for the rehabilitation of the David Fortier River Park and East River  Park Multi-Use Path from the District 5 ARPA Community  Grant Fund; and declaring the necessity that this Resolution  become immediately effective. 

Sponsors: Councilmembers Gallagher, Tuma and Baker 

Committee Assignment and Chair: Community Development – Stephens 

4) R2022-0159: A Resolution awarding a total sum, not to exceed $135,000 to the City of Olmsted Falls for the East River  Road Park Playground Equipment Project from the District 5 ARPA Community Grant Fund; and declaring the necessity that  this Resolution become immediately effective. 

Sponsor: Councilmember Gallagher 

Committee Assignment and Chair: Community Development – Stephens 

5) R2022-0160: A Resolution awarding a total sum, not to  exceed $76,500 to the City of Olmsted Falls for the Village  Green Park Playground Equipment Project from the District 5 ARPA Community Grant Fund; and declaring the necessity that  this Resolution become immediately effective. 

Sponsor: Councilmember Gallagher 

Committee Assignment and Chair: Community Development – Stephens 

6) R2022-0161: A Resolution awarding a total sum, not to  exceed $480,000 to Olmsted Township for the purpose of the  Olmsted Township Nature Trail and Dog Park from the District  5 ARPA Community Grant Fund; and declaring the necessity  that this Resolution become immediately effective. 

Sponsors: Councilmembers Gallagher, Turner and Jones

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Committee Assignment and Chair: Community Development – Stephens 

7) R2022-0162: A Resolution awarding a total sum, not to  exceed $130,000 to the City of Highland Heights for the purpose of restoring and regrading six city-owned baseball  fields from the District 11 ARPA Community Grant Fund; and  declaring the necessity that this Resolution become  immediately effective. 

Sponsor: Councilmember Simon 

Committee Assignment and Chair: Community Development – Stephens 

8) R2022-0163: A Resolution awarding a total sum, not to  exceed $20,000 to the City of Highland Heights for the  purpose of updating and expanding the city community center from the District 11 ARPA Community Grant Fund; and declaring the necessity that this Resolution become  immediately effective. 

Sponsor: Councilmember Simon 

Committee Assignment and Chair: Community Development – Stephens 

9) R2022-0164: A Resolution awarding a total sum, not to  exceed $250,000 to the City of Highland Heights for the  purpose of purchasing a replacement emergency generator from the District 11 ARPA Community Grant Fund; and  declaring the necessity that this Resolution become  immediately effective. 

Sponsor: Councilmember Simon 

Committee Assignment and Chair: Community Development – Stephens 

10) R2022-0165: A Resolution awarding a total sum, not to  exceed $50,000 to the City of Highland Heights for the  purpose of upgrading the City Municipal Complex Technology equipment from the District 11 ARPA Community Grant Fund; and declaring the necessity that this Resolution become 

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immediately effective. 

Sponsor: Councilmember Simon 

Committee Assignment and Chair: Community Development – Stephens 

11) R2022-0166: A Resolution awarding a total sum, not to  exceed $100,000 to the City of Highland Heights for the  purpose of adding trails and connectivity points throughout  the Highland Heights Community Park from the District 11 ARPA Community Grant Fund; and declaring the necessity that  this Resolution become immediately effective. 

Sponsors: Councilmembers Simon, Gallagher, Turner and  Jones 

Committee Assignment and Chair: Community Development – Stephens 

12) R2022-0167: A Resolution awarding a total sum, not to  exceed $700,000 to the City of Lyndhurst for the purpose of  purchasing a Fire Attack Engine from the District 11 ARPA  Community Grant Fund; and declaring the necessity that this  Resolution become immediately effective. 

Sponsors: Councilmembers Simon and Gallagher 

Committee Assignment and Chair: Community Development – Stephens 

13) R2022-0168: A Resolution awarding a total sum, not to  exceed $40,000 to the City of Richmond Heights for the  purpose of creating a Citywide Parks and Recreation Strategic  Plan from the District 11 ARPA Community Grant Fund; and  declaring the necessity that this Resolution become  immediately effective. 

Sponsors: Councilmembers Simon, Gallagher and Jones 

Committee Assignment and Chair: Community Development – Stephens

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14) R2022-0169: A Resolution awarding a total sum, not to  exceed $150,000 to the City of Richmond Heights for the  purpose of replacing the pedestrian bridge North of the  Richmond Heights Fire Station from the District 11 ARPA  Community Grant Fund; and declaring the necessity that this  Resolution become immediately effective. 

Sponsors: Councilmembers Simon, Gallagher, Turner and  Jones 

Committee Assignment and Chair: Community Development – Stephens 

15) R2022-0170: A Resolution awarding a total sum, not to  exceed $100,000 to the City of Richmond Heights for the  purpose of replacing the porch at the Greenwood Farm  Community Park farmhouse from the District 11 ARPA  Community Grant Fund; and declaring the necessity that this  Resolution become immediately effective. 

Sponsors: Councilmembers Simon, Gallagher and Turner 

Committee Assignment and Chair: Community Development – Stephens 

16) R2022-0171: A Resolution awarding a total sum, not to  exceed $300,000 to the City of South Euclid for the purpose of  constructing the Victory Park Adult & Senior Recreation Area  from the District 11 ARPA Community Grant Fund; and  declaring the necessity that this Resolution become  immediately effective. 

Sponsors: Councilmembers Simon and Gallagher 

Committee Assignment and Chair: Community Development – Stephens 

17) R2022-0190: A Resolution awarding a total sum, not to  exceed $750,000, to the City of Brooklyn for the Brooklyn City  Center Project from the District 3 ARPA Community Grant  Fund; and declaring the necessity that this Resolution become  immediately effective. 

Sponsor: Councilmember Sweeney

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Committee Assignment and Chair: Community Development – Stephens 

18) R2022-0191: A Resolution awarding a total sum, not to  exceed $75,000, to the Near West Theatre for general  operations from the District 3 ARPA Community Grant Fund; and declaring the necessity that this Resolution become  immediately effective. 

Sponsors: Councilmembers Sweeney and Turner 

Committee Assignment and Chair: Community Development – Stephens 

19) R2022-0192: A Resolution awarding a total sum, not to  exceed $1,000,000, to the Northeast Ohio Hispanic Center for  Economic Development for the CentroVilla25 Project from the  District 3 ARPA Community Grant Fund; and declaring the  necessity that this Resolution become immediately effective. 

Sponsors: Councilmembers Sweeney, Baker, Stephens, Simon and Turner 

Committee Assignment and Chair: Economic Development &  Planning – Schron 

20) R2022-0193: A Resolution awarding a total sum, not to  exceed $700,000, to the City of Bedford for the Bedford  Commons Expansion Project from the District 9 ARPA  Community Grant Fund; and declaring the necessity that this  Resolution become immediately effective. 

Sponsors: Councilmembers Turner and Jones 

Committee Assignment and Chair: Community Development – Stephens 

21) R2022-0195: A Resolution awarding a total sum, not to  exceed $250,000, to the City of Pepper Pike for the Gates Mills  Boulevard Linear Park Trailhead and Amenities Project from  the District 9 ARPA Community Grant Fund; and declaring the  necessity that this Resolution become immediately effective. 

Sponsors: Councilmembers Turner, Simon and Jones

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Committee Assignment and Chair: Community Development – Stephens 

22) R2022-0196: A Resolution awarding a total sum, not to  exceed $274,781.57, to Orange Village for the purpose of  purchasing seven marked police vehicles from the District 9 ARPA Community Grant Fund; and declaring the necessity that  this Resolution become immediately effective. 

Sponsors: Councilmembers Turner, Gallagher, Simon, Conwell  and Jones 

Committee Assignment and Chair: Public Safety & Justice  Affairs – Gallagher 

23) R2022-0198: A Resolution awarding a total sum, not to  exceed $137,100, to the Village of North Randall for the  purpose of repairing and remodeling 4750 Northfield Road for  use as a community center from the District 9 ARPA  Community Grant Fund; and declaring the necessity that this  Resolution become immediately effective. 

Sponsors: Councilmembers Turner and Jones 

Committee Assignment and Chair: Community Development – Stephens 

24) R2022-0199: A Resolution awarding a total sum, not to  exceed $24,170, to the Village of Woodmere for the  Woodmere Fire Department Turn-Out Gear Renewal Program from the District 9 ARPA Community Grant Fund; and  declaring the necessity that this Resolution become  immediately effective. 

Sponsors: Councilmembers Turner, Gallagher, Simon, Conwell  and Jones 

Committee Assignment and Chair: Public Safety & Justice  Affairs – Gallagher 

25) R2022-0200: A Resolution awarding a total sum, not to  exceed $50,006, to the Village of Woodmere for the Police  Department Body Worn Cameras Replacement Program from  the District 9 ARPA Community Grant Fund; and declaring the 

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necessity that this Resolution become immediately effective. 

Sponsors: Councilmembers Turner, Gallagher, Simon, Conwell  and Jones 

Committee Assignment and Chair: Public Safety & Justice  Affairs – Gallagher 

26) R2022-0201: A Resolution awarding a total sum, not to  exceed $250,331.36, to the Village of Woodmere for the  purpose of purchasing a Swaploader Truck and Chassis from  the District 9 ARPA Community Grant Fund; and declaring the  necessity that this Resolution become immediately effective. 

Sponsors: Councilmembers Turner, Gallagher, Simon, Conwell  and Jones 

Committee Assignment and Chair: Public Safety & Justice  Affairs – Gallagher 

27) R2022-0202: A Resolution awarding a total sum, not to  exceed $700,000, to the City of Beachwood for the City of  Beachwood Community Playground Project from the District  11 ARPA Community Grant Fund; and declaring the necessity  that this Resolution become immediately effective. 

Sponsors: Councilmembers Simon, Jones and Turner 

Committee Assignment and Chair: Community Development – Stephens 

28) R2022-0203: A Resolution awarding a total sum, not to  exceed $32,000, to the City of Euclid for replacement fencing  and roof repairs at the Euclid Animal Shelter from the District 11 ARPA Community Grant Fund; and declaring the necessity  that this Resolution become immediately effective. 

Sponsors: Councilmembers Simon and Turner 

Committee Assignment and Chair: Community Development – Stephens 

29) R2022-0204: A Resolution awarding a total sum, not to  exceed $200,000, to the City of Euclid for the Heritage Park  Home Improvement Grant Project from the District 11 ARPA 

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Community Grant Fund; and declaring the necessity that this  Resolution become immediately effective. 

Sponsors: Councilmembers Simon and Turner 

Committee Assignment and Chair: Community Development – Stephens 

30) R2022-0205: A Resolution awarding a total sum, not to  exceed $100,000, to the City of Euclid for the Hero Park  Playground and Trail Project from the District 11 ARPA  Community Grant Fund; and declaring the necessity that this  Resolution become immediately effective. 

Sponsors: Councilmembers Simon and Turner 

Committee Assignment and Chair: Community Development – Stephens 

31) R2022-0206: A Resolution awarding a total sum, not to  exceed $250,000, to the City of Euclid for the purpose of replacing windows at the Shore Cultural Centre from the  District 11 ARPA Community Grant Fund; and declaring the  necessity that this Resolution become immediately effective. 

Sponsor: Councilmember Simon 

Committee Assignment and Chair: Community Development – Stephens 

32) R2022-0207: A Resolution awarding a total sum, not to  exceed $90,000, to the City of Euclid for the purpose of  purchasing sidewalk snowplows from the District 11 ARPA  Community Grant Fund; and declaring the necessity that this  Resolution become immediately effective. 

Sponsor: Councilmember Simon 

Committee Assignment and Chair: Community Development – Stephens 

33) R2022-0208: A Resolution awarding a total sum, not to  exceed $2,000,000, to the Cleveland Zoological Society for  Phase 2 of the Primate Forest Project from the Community  Development Fund and the District 3, District 5, and District 

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11 ARPA Community Grant Funds; and declaring the necessity  

that this Resolution become immediately effective. 

Sponsors: Councilmembers Gallagher, Jones, Simon, Sweeney 

and Turner 

Committee Assignment and Chair: Community Development – 

Stephens 

10. LEGISLATION INTRODUCED BY EXECUTIVE 

  

e) CONSIDERATION OF A RESOLUTION FOR FIRST READING ADOPTION  UNDER SUSPENSION OF RULES 

  

1) R2022-0294: A Resolution amending the 2022/2023 Biennial 

Operating Budget for 2022 by providing for additional fiscal  

appropriations from the General Fund and other funding  

sources, for appropriation transfers between budget accounts 

and for cash transfers between budgetary funds, to meet the  

budgetary needs of various County departments, offices and 

agencies agencies; and declaring the necessity that this 

Resolution become immediately effective. 

 Sponsor: County Executive Budish/Fiscal Officer/Office of  Budget and Management  

  

f) CONSIDERATION OF RESOLUTIONS FOR FIRST READING AND  

REFERRAL TO COMMITTEE  

1) R2022-0295: A Resolution confirming the County Executive’s  

reappointment of various individuals to serve on the  

Cuyahoga County Citizens’ Advisory Council on Equity for the  

term 7/15/2022 - 7/14/2025; and declaring the necessity that  

this Resolution become immediately effective: 

i) The Honorable Annette M. Blackwell, Mayor 

ii) Kenneth Chalker 

iii) Habeebah R. Grimes 

Sponsor: County Executive Budish 

2) R2022-0296: A Resolution authorizing the County Executive  

to accept assignment of a Real Estate Purchase Agreement, as  

amended, between the Greater Cleveland Community  

Improvement Corporation and Ohio Properties 2021 LLC in 

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the amount not-to-exceed $6,407,000.00 for the purchase of  certain parcels of land containing approximately 40.67 acres  bounded by Interstate 77 to the East and Heidtman Road to  the South and West, Permanent Parcel Nos. 131-14-013, 131- 

14-014, 131-14-015, 131-14-016 and 131-14-021; authorizing  the assignment of said Real Estate Purchase Agreement; authorizing the County Executive to take all necessary actions  and to execute the agreement and all other documents  consistent with said transaction and this Resolution; and  declaring the necessity that this Resolution become 

immediately effective. 

Sponsor: County Executive Budish/Department of Public  Works 

3) R2022-0297: A Resolution authorizing a Real Estate Purchase  Agreement with UTS Realty, LLC in the amount not-to-exceed  $20,000,000.00 for the purchase of real property located at  2700 Transport Road, Cleveland, Ohio, Permanent Parcel Nos.  122-27-001, 122-27-013 and 122-27-007; authorizing a lease  of said property to UTS Realty, LLC or its designee; authorizing  the County Executive to take all necessary actions and to  execute the agreements and all other documents consistent  with said award and this Resolution; and declaring the  necessity that this Resolution become immediately effective 

 Sponsor: County Executive Budish/Department of Public Works 

4) R2022-0298: A Resolution declaring that public convenience  and welfare requires the resurfacing of various roadways in  various municipalities in connection with the 2023-2024 50/50  Resurfacing Program; total estimated project cost is $5,120,322.50; finding that special assessments will neither be  levied nor collected to pay for any part of the County’s costs  of said improvements; authorizing the County Executive to  enter into agreements of cooperation with the various  municipalities in connection with said projects; and declaring  the necessity that this Resolution become immediately  effective: 

a) Belvoir Boulevard from Mayfield Road to Bluestone  Road in the City of South Euclid; Council District 11; total estimated project cost $1,114,305.00; project is  to be funded $250,000.00 with County Road and 

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Bridge Funds and $864,305.00 from the City of South  Euclid. 

b) Canal Road from Fosdick Road Bridge to Rockside  Road in the Village of Valley View; Council District 6; total estimated project cost $1,604,246.00; project is  to be funded $250,000.00 with County Road and  Bridge Funds and $1,354,246.00 from the Village of  Valley View. 

c) Clague Road from Lorain Road to Marion Road in the  City of North Olmsted; Council District 1; total  estimated project cost $892,307.00; project is to be  funded $250,000.00 with County Road and Bridge  Funds and $642,307.00 from the City of North  Olmsted. 

d) Cochran Road – Phase II from Pettibone Road to 300  ft. north of Emerald Parkway in the Village of  Glenwillow; Council District 6; total estimated project  cost $1,465,000.00; project is to be funded  $250,000.00 with County Road and Bridge Funds and  $1,215,000.00 from the Village of Glenwillow.  

e) Columbus Road from Interstate 271 overpass to the  West Corporation Limit in the City of Bedford  Heights; Council District 9; total estimated project  cost $435,238.00; project is to be funded  $217,619.00 with County Road and Bridge Funds and  $217,619.00 from the City of Bedford Heights. 

f) Crocker Road from Detroit Road to Hilliard Boulevard  in the City of Westlake; Council District 1; total  estimated project cost $2,000,0000.00; project is to  be funded $250,000.00 with County Road and Bridge  Funds and $1,750,000.00 from the City of Westlake.  

g) Eddy Road from Interstate 90 to Lakeshore  Boulevard in the Village of Bratenahl; Council District  10; total estimated project cost $263,914.00; project  is to be funded $131,957.00 with County Road and  Bridge Funds and $131,957.00 from the Village of  Bratenahl.

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h) Emery Road from Merrygold Boulevard to the East  Corporation Limit in the City of Warrensville Heights;  Council District 9; total estimated project cost  $626,342.64; project is to be funded $250,000.00  with County Road and Bridge Funds and $376,342.64  from the City of Warrensville Heights. 

i) Front Street from Bagley Road to Church Street in  the City of Berea; Council District 5; total estimated  project cost $750,000.00; project is to be funded  $250,000.00 with County Road and Bridge Funds and  $500,000.00 from the City of Berea.  

j) Green Road & Warrensville Center Road from  Harvard Road to South Corporation Limit in the  Village of Highland Hills; Council District 9; total  estimated project cost $235,975.00; project is to be  funded $117,987.50 with County Road and Bridge  Funds and $117,987.50 from the Village of Highland  Hills.  

k) Highland Road from Richmond Road to the East  Corporation Limit in the City of Richmond Heights;  Council District 11; total estimated project cost  $435,325.00; project is to be funded $217,662.50  with County Road and Bridge Funds and $217,662.50  from the City of Richmond Heights. 

l) Hilliard Boulevard from Gasser Boulevard to Wooster  Road in the City of Rocky River; Council District 1; total estimated project cost $478,000.00; project is  to be funded $239,000.00 with County Road and  Bridge Funds and $239,000.00 from the City of Rocky  River. 

m) Holland Road from Eastland Road to Engle Road in  the City of Brook Park; Council District 2; total  estimated project cost $576,500.00; project is to be  funded $250,000.00 with County Road and Bridge  Funds and $326,500.00 from the City of Brook Park.  

n) Lee Road from McCracken Road to Miles Avenue in  the City of Cleveland; Council District 9; total  estimated project cost $820,930.00; project is to be 

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funded $250,000.00 with County Road and Bridge  Funds and $570,930.00 from the City of Cleveland.  

o) Lee Road – Phase I from Broadway Avenue to Libby  Road in the City of Maple Heights; Council District 8; total estimated project cost $695,000.00; project is  to be funded $250,000.00 with County Road and  Bridge Funds and $445,000.00 from the City of  Maple Heights. 

p) McCracken Road – Phase 1 from East 131st Street to  approximately 1,000 ft. east of East 131st Street in  the City of Garfield Heights; Council District 8; total  estimated project cost $522,705.00; project is to be  funded $250,000.00 with County Road and Bridge  Funds and $272,705.00 from the City of Garfield  Heights. 

q) Ridgebury Boulevard from the East Corporation Limit  to Lander Road (Northside) in Mayfield Village;  Council District 6; total estimated project cost  $495,000.00; project is to be funded $247,500.00  with County Road and Bridge Funds and $247,500.00  from Mayfield Village. 

r) Shaker Boulevard from Brainard Road to SOM Center  Road in the City of Pepper Pike; Council District 9; total estimated project cost $1,265,000.00; project is  to be funded $250,000.00 with County Road and  Bridge Funds and $1,015,000.00 from the City of  Pepper Pike.  

s) Tryon Road – Phase II from Jean Drive to Richmond  Road in Oakwood Village; Council District 6; total  estimated project cost $470,000.00; project is to be  funded $235,000.00 with County Road and Bridge  Funds and $235,000.00 from Oakwood Village. 

t) Turney Road from the West Corporation Limit to  West Grace Street in the City of Bedford; Council  District 9; total estimated project cost $702,185.00;  project is to be funded $250,000.00 with County  Road and Bridge Funds and $452,185.00 from the  City of Bedford.

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u) Warrensville Center Road from Mayfield Road to the  South Corporation Limit in the City of Cleveland  Heights; Council District 10; total estimated project  cost $623,657.23; project is to be funded  $250,000.00 with County Road and Bridge Funds and  $373,657.23 from the City of Cleveland Heights.  

v) Woodworth Avenue from Coit Street to Hayden  Avenue in the City of East Cleveland; Council District  10; total estimated project cost $427,193.00; project  is to be funded $213,596.50 with County Road and  Bridge Funds and $213,596.50 from the City of East  Cleveland. 

Sponsor: County Executive Budish/Department of Public Works/Division of County Engineer 

5) R2022-0299: A Resolution authorizing an amendment to  Contract No. 712 (formerly Contract No. CE1000877) with Poli,  Inc. for lease of space at the Westside Regional Probation  Office, located at 5361 Pearl Road, Parma, by the Cuyahoga  County Juvenile Court Probation Services Division as a satellite  operations office for the period 9/1/2010 – 8/31/2022, to  extend the time period to 8/31/2027, to modify the contract  terms to include building improvements required of lessor, effective upon contract signature of all parties, and for  additional funds in the amount not-to-exceed $274,500.00;  authorizing the County Executive to execute the amendment  and all other documents consistent with this Resolution; and  declaring the necessity that this Resolution become  immediately effective. 

Sponsor: County Executive Budish/Department of Public Works 

6) R2022-0300: A Resolution making an award on RQ9555 to R.  L. Hill Management, Inc. in the amount not-to-exceed  $3,974,592.00 for the Cuyahoga County Men’s Shelter  Expansion Project, effective upon contract signature; authorizing the County Executive to execute Contract No.  2609 and all other documents consistent with said award and  this Resolution; and declaring the necessity that this  Resolution become immediately effective. 

Sponsor: County Executive Budish/Department of Public 

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7) R2022-0301: A Resolution amending Resolution No. R2020- 0264, dated 12/8/2020, which authorized an exemption from  Requests for Proposals and made awards on RQ3911 to  various providers for financial counseling and mortgage  assistance services to eligible homeowners, adversely affected  by the COVID-19 pandemic for the Mortgage Assistance  Program in connection with the Community Development  Block Grant Program for the period 1/1/2021 – 12/31/2022, by rescinding the award to CHN Housing Partners in the  amount not-to-exceed $500,000.00, by changing the total  amount not to exceed from $2,000,000.00 to $1,500,000.00, and by revising the Resolution language regarding project  goals; and declaring the necessity that this Resolution become immediately effective. 

Sponsor: County Executive Budish/Department of 

Development 

8) R2022-0302: A Resolution authorizing a grant award to Growth Opportunity Partners, Inc. in an amount not-to exceed $1,000,000.00 to support the development of  renewable energy resources in underserved communities  through a low-interest loan program, commencing upon  contract signature of all parties through 12/31/2024; authorizing the County Executive to execute Contract No.  2558 and all other documents consistent with said award and  this Resolution; and declaring the necessity that this  Resolution become immediately effective. 

Sponsor: County Executive Budish/Department of  

Sustainability 

  

9) R2022-0303: A Resolution authorizing a grant award to College Now Greater Cleveland in the amount not-to-exceed  $2,500,000.00 for the administration and management of debt repayment scholarships and completion scholarships to  eligible post-secondary students in connection with the Cuyahoga County Completion Scholarship Program,  commencing upon contract signature of all parties for a  period of (2) years; authorizing the County Executive to  execute Contract No. 2611 and all other documents consistent  with said award and this Resolution; and declaring the  necessity that this Resolution become immediately effective.

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Sponsors: County Executive Budish/Department of Innovation and Performance and Councilmember Simon 

g) COMMITTEE REPORTS AND CONSIDERATION OF RESOLUTIONS FOR  SECOND READING  

1) R2022-0244: A Resolution authorizing Affordable Housing  Loans to various organizations in the total amount not-to 

exceed $5,000,000.00 for the Affordable Housing Gap  

Financing Program; authorizing the County Executive and/or  Director of Development to execute all documents consistent  with said loans and this Resolution; and declaring the 

necessity that this Resolution become immediately effective: 

a) 2804 Moreland, LLC in the amount not-to-exceed  

$450,000.00 for rehabilitation of a vacant residential 

building, located at 2804 South Moreland Boulevard,  

City of Cleveland, to create 23 units of affordable  

housing. 

b) CHN Housing Partners in the amount not-to-exceed  

$450,000.00 for the construction of (40) affordable  

housing units for low to moderate-income persons,  

with an emphasis on single parents seeking higher  

education.  

c) Cuyahoga Land Bank in the amount not-to-exceed  

$1,500,000.00 to provide matching grants for  

housing and rehabilitation; and matching grants for  

the construction of (5) new homes in the City of East  

Cleveland.  

d) Emerald Development and Economic Network, Inc. in  

the amount not-to-exceed $450,000.00 for the  

redevelopment and rehabilitation of (1) existing  

building and the creation of new affordable housing  

units for EDEN Expansion Phase II Project.  

e) Emerald Development and Economic Network, Inc. in  

the amount not-to-exceed $450,000.00 for the  

redevelopment and rehabilitation of (2) existing  

buildings and the creation of (6) new, affordable  

rental housing units, located on Madison Avenue and  

Lorain Avenue in the City of Cleveland. 

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f) Frontline Development Group, LLC in the amount  not-to-exceed $600,000.00 for the construction of  (240) workforce-based, affordable housing units for  The Allen Estates Project.  

g) Lutheran Metropolitan Ministry in the amount not to-exceed $200,000.00 for construction of (4) new,  affordable, energy-efficient, permanent housing units for people experiencing homelessness in the  City of Cleveland.  

h) Northwest Neighborhoods CDC in the amount not to-exceed $450,000.00 for the creation of (51)  affordable rental housing units for seniors for The  Karam Senior Living Project.  

Sponsors: County Executive Budish/Department of 

Development and Councilmembers Miller, Gallagher,  Turner, Simon and Jones 

Committee Assignment and Chair: Community Development – Stephens 

  

2) R2022-0246: A Resolution making an award on RQ9317 to  Community Housing Solutions in the amount not-to-exceed  $1,700,000.00 to provide home repair grants and loans to  eligible homeowners for the Homeowner Repair Program for  the period 6/1/2022 – 5/31/2024 from the 2022 Community  Development Block Grant Program Fund and the District 7  ARPA Community Grant Fund; authorizing the County  Executive to execute Contract No. 2500 and all other  documents consistent with said award and this Resolution; and declaring the necessity that this Resolution become immediately effective. 

Sponsors: County Executive Budish/Department of  

Development and Councilmembers Conwell and Turner   

Committee Assignment and Chair: Community Development – Stephens 

3) R2022-0255: A Resolution authorizing the issuance and sale  of County of Cuyahoga, Ohio, Economic Development  Revenue Bonds, Series 2022A, in the maximum of  

$31,000,000.00, for the purpose of providing moneys to pay 

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costs of a “project” within the meaning of Chapter 165 of the  Revised Code; authorizing the execution and delivery of a  

Second Supplemental Trust Indenture securing the payment  of the Series 2022A Bonds; establishing funds of the County  related thereto; authorizing the execution and delivery of a  Bond Purchase Agreement; and declaring the necessity that  this Resolution become immediately effective. 

[Pending Committee Referral] 

Sponsor: County Executive Budish/Fiscal Office/Office of 

Budget and Management 

Committee Assignment and Chair: Committee of the Whole – Jones 

h) COMMITTEE REPORTS AND CONSIDERATION OF RESOLUTIONS FOR  SECOND READING ADOPTION UNDER SUSPENSION OF RULES 

1) R2022-0213: A Resolution declaring that public convenience  and welfare requires the rehabilitation of the Green-Bryden  Culvert at the intersection of Green Road and Bryden Road in  the cities of Beachwood and Shaker Heights; total estimated  project cost $1,000,000.00 finding that special assessments  will neither be levied nor collected to pay for any part of the  County’s costs of said improvement; authorizing the County  Executive to enter into an agreement of cooperation with said  municipalities in connection with said project; and declaring  the necessity that this Resolution become immediately  

effective. 

Sponsors: County Executive Budish/Department of Public  

Works/Division of County Engineer and Councilmember 

Turner 

Committee Assignment and Chair: Public Works, Procurement  & Contracting – Tuma 

2) R2022-0214: A Resolution authorizing the appropriation of  real property for reconstruction of Stearns Road from Schady  Road to Bagley Road in Olmsted Township; directing the  

County Executive, through the Department of Public Works, to  proceed with the acquisition of real property required for  

public highway purposes; authorizing the Fiscal Officer to  

issue the monetary warrants to be deposited with the  

Probate Court of Cuyahoga County in an amount that is equal 

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to the fair market value of the property; and declaring the  

necessity that this Resolution become immediately effective: 

i) Parcel 8-T (Temporary Easement) 

Property Owner: Adam Schulz 

Fair Market Value Estimate: $300.00 

ii) Parcel 9-T (Temporary Easement) 

Property Owner: Nancy Key Smith 

Fair Market Value Estimate: $300.00 

iii) Parcel 10-T (Temporary Easement) 

Property Owner: Robert M. Klimo and Deborah L.  

Klimo 

Fair Market Value Estimate: $300.00 

iv) Parcel 11-T (Temporary Easement) 

Property Owner: Frank Parkison and Sherrie Grams 

Fair Market Value Estimate: $300.00 

v) Parcel 12-T (Temporary Easement) 

Property Owner: Elizabeth Safady 

Fair Market Value Estimate: $300.00 

vi) Parcel 13-T (Temporary Easement) 

Property Owner: Daniel W. Piper, Jr. and Kathleen A.  

Piper 

Fair Market Value Estimate: $300.00 

vii) Parcel 16-T (Temporary Easement) 

Property Owner: Katherine M. Casey-Romance FKA  

Katherine M. Casey 

Fair Market Value Estimate: $800.00 

viii)Parcel 17-T (Temporary Easement) 

Property Owner: Rose Gasper 

Fair Market Value Estimate: $500.00 

ix) Parcel - 30 S,T (Standard and Temporary Easements) 

Property Owner: Strike Zone 

Fair Market Value Estimate: $15,950.00 

 Sponsor: County Executive Budish/Department of Public 

 Works/Division of County Engineer

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Committee Assignment and Chair: Public Works, Procurement  & Contracting – Tuma 

3) R2022-0215: A Resolution authorizing an amendment to  State Contract No. 2535 with Great Lakes Petroleum for the  purchase of fuel for various County facilities for the period  4/1/2020 – 6/30/2022, to extend the time period to  6/30/2023 and for additional funds in the amount not-to exceed $650,000.00; authorizing the County Executive to  execute the amendment and all other documents consistent  with this Resolution; and declaring the necessity that this  Resolution become immediately effective. 

Sponsor: County Executive Budish/Department of Public Works 

Committee Assignment and Chair: Public Works, Procurement  & Contracting – Tuma 

4) R2022-0216: A Resolution making an award on RQ8218 to Orchard, Hiltz & McCliment, Inc. dba OHM Advisors in the  amount not-to-exceed $1,448,950.00 for engineering services  for the Lake Road-Clifton Boulevard Project in the Cities of  Lakewood and Rocky River in connection with the Cuyahoga  County Lakefront Access Plan, effective upon contract  signature of all parties through 12/31/2024; authorizing the  County Executive to execute Contract No. 2530 and all other  documents consistent with said award and this Resolution;  and declaring the necessity that this Resolution become  immediately effective. 

Sponsors: County Executive Budish/Department of Public  Works and Councilmembers Miller and Baker 

Committee Assignment and Chair: Public Works, Procurement  & Contracting – Tuma 

  

5) R2022-0219: A Resolution authorizing an amendment to a Master Contract with various providers for community-based  services to support at-risk children and families in Cuyahoga  County for the period 4/1/2021 – 3/31/2022, to extend the  time period to 12/31/2022, to expand the scope of services to  add data collection and sharing, capacity building, staff  training and marketing services, effective 4/1/2022 and for additional funds in the total amount not-to-exceed 

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$3,705,800.71; authorizing the County Executive to execute  the amendments and all other documents consistent with this  Resolution; and declaring the necessity that this Resolution become immediately effective: 

a) Contract No. 1098 with Catholic Charities  Corporation in the amount not-to-exceed  $497,389.25. 

b) Agreement No. 1099 with City of Lakewood in the  amount not-to-exceed $344,558.96. 

c) Agreement No. 1100 with Cuyahoga Metropolitan  Housing Authority in the amount not-to-exceed  $277,890.72. 

d) Contract No. 1101 with The East End Neighborhood  House in the amount not-to-exceed $326,909.21. 

e) Contract No. 1102 with Harvard Community Services  Center in the amount not-to-exceed $352,816.46. 

f) Contract No. 1103 with Murtis Taylor Human  Services System in the amount not-to-exceed  $743,273.13. 

g) Contract No. 1104 with The Centers for Families and  Children in the amount not-to-exceed $302,117.21. 

h) Contract No. 1105 with University Settlement,  Incorporated in the amount not-to-exceed  $524,521.30. 

i) Contract No. 1106 with West Side Community House  in the amount not-to-exceed $336,324.47. 

Sponsor: County Executive Budish/Department of Health and Human Services/Division of Children and Family Services 

Committee Assignment and Chair: Health, Human Services  and Aging – Conwell 

6) R2022-0240: A Resolution fixing the 2023 water, storm and  sanitary sewer maintenance and/or sewerage treatment rates  for County Sewer District Nos. 1, 1A, 2, 3, 5, 8, 9, 13, 14, 18, 

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20, 21, 22 and 24, in accordance with Ohio Revised Code  

Section 6117.02; and declaring the necessity that this  

Resolution become immediately effective. 

Sponsor: County Executive Budish/Department of Public  

Works 

Committee Assignment and Chair: Public Works, Procurement  

& Contracting – Tuma 

7) R2022-0241: A Resolution approving and confirming the  

2023 water, storm and sanitary sewer maintenance and/or  

sewerage treatment assessments for County Sewer District  

Nos. 1, 1A, 2, 3, 5, 8, 9, 13, 14, 18, 20, 21, 22 and 24, in  

accordance with Ohio Revised Code Section 6117.02; and  

declaring the necessity that this Resolution become  

immediately effective 

 Sponsor: County Executive Budish/Department of Public 

 Works 

Committee Assignment and Chair: Public Works, Procurement  

& Contracting – Tuma 

8) R2022-0242: A Resolution authorizing an amendment to 

Contract No. 1921 with SMG/Huntington Convention Center 

of Cleveland for lease of space at Huntington Convention  

Center of Cleveland and the Global Center for Health  

Innovation, located at 1 St. Clair Avenue NE, Cleveland for jury  

duty operations for the Cuyahoga County Court of Common  

Pleas for the period 8/28/2021 – 6/30/2022 to extend the  

time period to 12/31/2022 and for additional funds in the  

amount not-to-exceed $610,022.00; authorizing the County  

Executive to execute the amendment and all other documents  

consistent with this Resolution; and declaring the necessity  

that this Resolution become immediately effective. 

Sponsors: County Executive Budish/Department of Public 

Works and Councilmembers Conwell and Turner 

Committee Assignment and Chair: Public Works, Procurement  

& Contracting – Tuma

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9) R2022-0245: A Resolution authorizing a Contract with Key  Bank National Association in the amount not-to-exceed  $1,000,000.00 to provide a loan loss reserve on unsecured,  home repair/home improvement loans to qualifying  homeowners, commencing upon contract signature of all  parties for a period of (10) years; authorizing the County  Executive to execute Contract No. 2556 and all other  documents consistent with this Resolution; and declaring the necessity that this Resolution become immediately effective. 

Sponsors: County Executive Budish/Department of  

Development and Councilmembers Turner, Miller and Gallagher 

Committee Assignment and Chair: Community Development – Stephens 

  

10) R2022-0247: A Resolution making an award on RQ9317 to Home Repair Resource Center in the amount not-to-exceed  $1,500,000.00 for home repair financial counseling and  support services for the Challenge Program for the period  6/1/2022 – 5/31/2025 from the General Fund and from the  District 8 ARPA Community Grant Fund, the District 9 ARPA  Community Grant Fund and the District 10 ARPA Community  Grant Fund; authorizing the County Executive to execute  Contract No. 2570 and all other documents consistent with  said award and this Resolution; and declaring the necessity  that this Resolution become immediately effective. 

Sponsor: County Executive Budish/Department of  

Development 

  

Committee Assignment and Chair: Community Development – Stephens 

  

11) R2022-0248: A Resolution authorizing a grant award to National Council for Community Development d/b/a National Development Council in the amount not-to-exceed  $2,000,000.00 as fiscal agent and administrator of the  Cuyahoga County Small Business Grant Program, commencing  upon contract signature of all parties for a period of one (1) year; authorizing the County Executive to execute Contract No. 2557 and all other documents consistent with said award and this Resolution; and declaring the necessity that this  Resolution become immediately effective.

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Sponsors: County Executive Budish/Department of  

Development and Councilmembers Miller, Tuma, Schron and  Simon 

  

Committee Assignment and Chair: Economic Development &  Planning – Schron 

12) R2022-0249: A Resolution making awards on RQ7813 to various providers in the total amount not-to-exceed $8,000,000.00 for cellular/mobility devices and services,  commencing upon contract signature of all parties for a  period of (5) years; authorizing the County Executive to  execute Contract Nos. 2315 and 2316 and all other documents  consistent with said awards and this Resolution; and declaring the necessity that this Resolution become immediately  effective: 

a) Contract No. 2315 with AT&T Corporation in the  amount not-to-exceed $7,500,000.00 for various  departments.  

b) Contract No. 2316 with Cellco Partnership dba  Verizon Wireless in the amount not-to-exceed  $500,000.00 for the Department of Public Safety and  Justice Services and Sheriff’s Department. 

Sponsor: County Executive Budish/Department of  

Information Technology 

Committee Assignment and Chair: Finance & Budgeting – Miller 

  

13) R2022-0250: A Resolution making awards on RQ9509 to various providers in the total amount not-to-exceed $3,000,000.00 for the purchase of hardware, software and  other peripheral items from an established Technology Supply  Catalog, commencing upon contract signature of all parties for  a period of (3) years; authorizing the County Executive to  execute Contract Nos. 2549 and 2551 and all other documents  consistent with said awards and this Resolution; and declaring the necessity that this Resolution become immediately  effective: 

a) Contract No. 2549 with MNJ Technologies Direct, Inc.  in the amount not-to-exceed $1,500,000.00. 

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b) Contract No. 2551 with TEC Communications, Inc. in  the amount not-to-exceed $1,500,000.00. 

Sponsor: County Executive Budish/Department of  

Information Technology 

  

Committee Assignment and Chair: Finance & Budgeting – Miller 

  

14) R2022-0251: A Resolution making an award on RQ7583 to Keefe Commissary Network, LLC in the amount of  

$2,400,000.00 of estimated revenue for Jail Commissary  services, commencing upon agreement signature of all parties  for a period of (3) years; authorizing the County Executive to  execute Revenue Generating Agreement No. 2574 and all  other documents consistent with said award and this  Resolution; and declaring the necessity that this Resolution become immediately effective. 

Sponsor: County Executive Budish/Sheriff’s Department    

Committee Assignment and Chair: Public Safety & Justice  Affairs – Gallagher 

  

15) R2022-0252: A Resolution authorizing an amendment to  Contract No. 228 with The MetroHealth System for  Correctional Health Care Services for the Cuyahoga County Jail  System for the period 5/9/2019 – 5/8/2022 to extend the time  period to 5/8/2024 and for additional funds in the amount of $30,056,224.00, for a total not-to-exceed amount of  $85,983,264.00; authorizing the County Executive to execute  the amendment and all other documents consistent with this  Resolution; and declaring the necessity that this Resolution become immediately effective. 

Sponsor: County Executive Budish/Sheriff’s Department    

Committee Assignment and Chair: Public Safety & Justice  Affairs – Gallagher 

16) R2022-0253: A Resolution authorizing an amendment to Contract No. 2576 with Wellpath LLC for healthcare and  management services at the Juvenile Court Detention Center  for the period 1/1/2021 – 12/31/2022, to extend the time  period to 12/31/2023, to revise the payment terms and 

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staffing plan, effective 10/24/2021 and for additional funds in  the amount not-to-exceed $2,784,439.12; authorizing the  County Executive to execute the amendment and all other  documents consistent with this Resolution; and declaring the  necessity that this Resolution become immediately effective. 

Sponsor: County Executive Budish/Court of Common 

Pleas/Juvenile Court Division 

  

Committee Assignment and Chair: Public Safety & Justice  

Affairs – Gallagher 

i) CONSIDERATION OF A RESOLUTION FOR THIRD READING ADOPTION 

1) R2022-0211: A Resolution confirming the County Executive’s reappointment of various individuals to serve on the  

Monument Commission of Cuyahoga County for the term  9/1/2022 – 8/31/2025; and declaring the necessity that this  Resolution become immediately effective: 

i) Patti Choby 

ii) Patrick Hewitt 

iii) Matt Rymer 

Sponsor: County Executive Budish 

Committee Assignment and Chair: Human Resources,  

Appointments & Equity – Baker 

j) CONSIDERATION OF ORDINANCES FOR FIRST READING AND  REFERRAL TO COMMITTEE 

1) O2022-0005: An Ordinance amending and codifying Board of  County Commissioners Resolution No. 2007-073101 dated  July 26, 2007, and enacting new Chapter 727, Section 727.01 of the Cuyahoga County Code to change the period of time  during which the County sales tax shall be levied at the  

aggregate rate of one and one-fourth percent; and declaring  the necessity that this Ordinance become immediately  

effective. 

Sponsor: County Executive Budish/Fiscal Office/Office of  

Budget and Management

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2) O2022-0006: An Ordinance amending and codifying Board of  County Commissioners Resolution No. 2007-073102 dated  

July 26, 2007 and enacting new Chapter 727. Section 727.02 

of the Cuyahoga County Code to change the period of time  

during which the County use tax shall be levied at the 

aggregate rate of one and one-fourth percent; and declaring  

the necessity that this Ordinance become immediately  

effective. 

Sponsor: County Executive Budish/Fiscal Office/Office of  

Budget and Management 

3) O2022-0007: An Ordinance Enacting new Chapter 703 of the  County Code establishing a Justice Center Capital Projects 

Fund in accordance with ORC Section 5705.13; and declaring  

the necessity that this Ordinance become immediately  

effective. 

Sponsor: County Executive Budish/Fiscal Office/Office of  

Budget and Management 

4) O2022-0008: An Ordinance amending Chapter 1501 of the  

Cuyahoga County Code to prohibit discrimination on the basis  

of reproductive health decisions. 

Sponsor: County Executive Budish 

11. MISCELLANEOUS COMMITTEE REPORTS 

12. MISCELLANEOUS BUSINESS 

13. REPORT BY CLERK ON LEGISLATION WITHDRAWN AT REQUEST OF SPONSOR 

a) R2022-0243: A Resolution approving an alternative 

procurement process and making an award to DLZ  

Architecture, Inc., in the amount not-to-exceed $150,000.00  

for an independent peer review analysis for the Cuyahoga  

County Correction Center; authorizing the County Executive to  

execute all documents consistent with said award and this  

Resolution; and declaring the necessity that this Resolution 

become immediately effective. 

Sponsor: County Executive Budish/Department of Public 

Works

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14. ADJOURNMENT 

NEXT MEETING 

REGULAR MEETING: TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 2022 5:00 PM / COUNCIL CHAMBERS 

*Complimentary parking for the public is available in the attached garage at 900  Prospect. A skywalk extends from the garage to provide additional entry to the Council  Chambers from the 5th floor parking level of the garage. Please see the Clerk to obtain  a complimentary parking pass. 

**Council Chambers is equipped with a hearing assistance system. If needed, please see the Clerk to obtain a receiver.


 

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SLUSH fund - Cuyahoga County Corruption -FU taxpayers

The above list of ARPA expenditures fails to address real economic needs for Cuyahoga County and Budish's last gasp as county executive is a massive FU to taxpayers.  

 Cuyahoga County will host a community discussion next week regarding plans for a new jail.

 

The meeting is scheduled for 6-8 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 25, at the Jerry Sue Thornton Center, 2500 E. 22nd St. It will also be streamed live on the county’s Facebook page. Public input is encouraged.

https://www.cleveland.com/news/2022/08/cuyahoga-county-seeking-community-input-on-plans-to-build-new-jail.html

Just skim the above posted list^^^^^^...search for CHN Housing, Cuyahoga Land Reutilization Corp, Air Show...REMEMBER we can vote every single one of these deadbeats at Cuyahoga Council out of office.