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Date:
June 8, 2020
Time:
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Location:
City Hall, Council Chambers
Address:
100 S. Market St.
Troy, OH 45373
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City Council Committee Meetings

Monday, June 8, 2020



Topic: Troy City Council Committee Meetings
Time: June 8,  2020 05:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

Troy Zoom is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting. 
Join Zoom Meeting 
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89067977246 
Meeting ID: 890 6797 7246 


Please note the following:


1. City Hall will be closed to the public during these meetings


2. The meetings may be televised live on the City’s Facebook page (subject to the technological capability) 


3. The public can submit questions or comments on any item in advance of the meeting by submitting them to https://www.troyohio.gov/FormCenter/City-Council-6/Email-All-Council-Members-47.  Questions or comments are to be submitted no later than noon, the day of the meeting

TROY CITY COUNCIL
WORK SESSION
June 8, 2020, 5:00 PM 


WORK SESSION ITEM 1
In conjunction with the Cities of Troy, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service will be hosting the final public meeting for residents and interested stakeholders to discuss the recommendations of the Low Dam Modification/Removal Feasibility Study.  Due to current restrictions on meetings of more than 10 persons, the meetings will be conducted online via Zoom.  The online Zoom meeting to discuss the Troy portion of the Study will be held on Monday, June 8, 2020, 5:00 PM.
The Zoom access information is:
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89067977246 
Meeting ID: 890 6797 7246 

Questions pertaining to the Feasibility Study should be directed to David Heilman, dheilman@flatlandresources.com or 765-284-2328.


WORK SESSION ITEM 2
Would Council want to consider a Resolution urging Gov. DeWine and Director Acton to  promote individuals’ rights and personal responsibilities to lawfully choose and manage their own risks and safety standards of best practice for themselves and their families, and to wholly open the economy of Ohio.

TROY CITY COUNCIL
COMMITTEE MEETING
                                                                                MONDAY, JUNE 8, 2020
MEETING AGENDA






Community & Economic Development Committee               (Snee [Chm.], Rozell, Twiss)


1. Provide a recommendation to Council regarding O-28-2020, Rezone Parcel D08-057920 (430 Kirk Lane) from R-4 to OC-1.




Community Partnerships Committee                                          (Rozell [Chm.], Allen, Schweser)


1. Provide a recommendation to Council regarding authorizing the Director of Public Service and Safety to execute an agreement with Pink Ribbon Girls  for an event to be held July 3, to include the use of public property (public square) for the sale/consumption of alcoholic beverages and authorizing a notwithstanding ordinance for the event, contingent on the Pink Ribbon Girls obtaining the temporary liquor license.  In view of the date of the proposed event, consideration of emergency legislation is requested.




Finance Committee                                                                         (Schweser [Chm.], Phillips, Severt)               
1. Provide a recommendation to Council regarding authorizing the refinance of two bonds to realize savings over the next 20 years.   Consideration of emergency legislation is requested.

Recreation & Parks Committee                             (Schilling [Chm.], Phillips, Terwilliger)
1. Provide a recommendation to Council regarding adopting the Policy Guidelines re Approval of Declaring as Surplus City/Board of Park Commissioners property.   


Streets & Sidewalks Committee                                                    (Phillips [Chm.], Schilling, Snee)
1. Provide a recommendation to Council regarding authorizing the Director of Public Service and Safety enter into an agreement with the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) to utilize ODOT funding for signal timing analysis along South Market Street (MIA-SR-55-11.31 to 11.79) and to execute any later documents that may be required. Based on timing, consideration of emergency legislation is requested. 

2. Provide a recommendation to Council regarding  authorizing the Director of Public Service and Safety enter into an agreement with the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) that will designate the City as the Local Public Agency (LPA) to administer the West Main Street and Kings Chapel Drive (MIA-R-41-12.251) new traffic signal utilizing federal funding and to execute any later documents that may be required. Based on timing, consideration of emergency legislation is requested.

Other Committees/Items may be added.

After the meetings have ended, they will be posted on our YouTube channel.