City Council Meeting on Tuesday, November 16 at 6:00 pm

Tuesday, Nov 16, 2021 at 12:00 pm


Coming up at the November 16 meeting, City Council will discuss the following items:

  • Ordinance 46-21: Authorizing appropriations for calendar year beginning January 1, 2022, to confirm the appointment of Marc Fishel as City Attorney, to create an Infrastructure Development Fund: and to authorize transfers to the Capital Improvements, Infrastructure Fund and Budget Stability fund of $500,000 $1,100,000 and $100,000 respectively (Introduced by Troy Markham on October 26, 2021) This is the Third Reading of this ordinance.
  • Ordinance 47-21: Amend section 408.01 (d) of the codified ordinances, in order to allow for income-based fines for minor misdemeanors
  • Ordinance 48-21: Amend Chapter 434.03(j), to amend the penalty associated with violation of 434.03, Maximum Speed Limits; Assured Clear Distance Ahead
  • Ordinance 49-21: Create Chapter 270, Board of Control, to specify contracting procedures in accordance with Section 59 of the City Charter, and to establish Encouraging Diversity, Growth and Equity (EDGE) procurement policies
  • Ordinance 50-21: Establish the Water and Sewer rates charged by the City of Bexley
  • Ordinance 51-21: Approve the Collective Bargaining Agreement between AFSCME, Ohio Council 8, Local 3318 and the City of Bexley
  • Ordinance 52-21: Ban the Discharge, Ignition, or Explosion of Fireworks with the City of Bexley
  • Ordinance 53-21: Authorize supplemental appropriations for calendar year 2021
  • Ordinance 54-21: To immediately rescind the City’s ‘State of Emergency’, first declared on March 15th, 2020 and as last amended on September 10th, 2021, and all Executive Orders issued relating to the COVID-19 pandemic, except for previously approved Temporary Signage at Commercially Zoned Properties, Temporary Expansions of Restaurant Patios, and Temporary Facilities for COVID-19 Testing and Vaccination, which will be extended until June 30th 2023
  • Ordinance 55-21: Renew the “City of Bexley Housing Voucher Acceptance Program Grant” previously established by Third Amended Ordinance 43-20, for the purpose of encouraging Bexley rental property owners to accept and participate in various state/local government and “not for profit organization” housing voucher programs
  • Ordinance 57-21: Establish rates for the Police Chief and Police Captain of the City of Bexley, effective as of January 1, 2022 and to approve the revised pay step schedule
  • Resolution 14-21: Schedule the Bexley City Council meeting dates and times for the year 2022
  • Resolution 15-21: To support the City’s application of grant funding for a proposed pedestrian bridge at Schneider Park, across Alum Creek
  • Resolution 16-21: Confirming the Mayor’s appointment of members to the Bexley Community Improvement Corporation

The following tabled items may be discussed:

  • Ordinance 12-21: Adopt and approve the City of Bexley Electric Aggregation Plan of Operation and Governance, and to declare an emergency
  • Ordinance 24-21: Award the Bexley Electricity Aggregation Program contract to AEP Energy, based upon the terms and conditions provided for in their RFP, as modified by the Board of Control
  • Ordinance 40-21: Specify overtime pay provisions for City employees who worked community events on July 4, 2021 and September 5, 2021
  • Ordinance 41-21: Accepting the proposed donation of the Columbia Place private street in the Columbia Place subdivision by the City of Bexley for a public street

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