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[1. Call To Order]

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LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. >>> CALLING ROLL.

>> ROBINSON, SMITH, MICHAEL. CALLING ROLL.

[4. Visitor Comments]

>> OUR AGENDA IS UPON US AND WE HAVE ITEMS THAT ARE NOT ON THE

AGENDA AND WE HAVE. >> THANK YOU FOR LETTING ME VOICE BY H.MY CONCERN OVER THE OVERPOPULATION OF CRITTERS IN HAD THE CITY OF WORTHINGTON. STENT ONSTREET FOR MONTHS, THEY'VE BEEN LEAVING TROPPINGS AND EATING OUR PLANTS AND THERE ARE BABIES OF WELLS IN MY WINDOW AND COST OF REMOVAL OF AN OUTSIDE DECK SO CRITTERS CANNOT ENTER AND THE POPULATION IS NOT BEING CONTROLLED IN THE CITY. JOSIE DAVIS, MY NEXT DOOR NEIGHBOR HAS ROOF DAMAGE AND I KNOW ANOTHER NEIGHBOR HAS DAMAGE FROM RACCOON ENTERING THEIR ATTIC.

I SPENT ABOUT $52 FOR DETERRENTS AND I DON'T KNOW TO THEY'RE WORKING I HAVE TO TRUST MY NEIGHBORS THAT THEY'RE NOT LEAVING FOOD OUTSIDE AND DOGS CAN GET SICK FROM EATING DEER POOP. SO IS IT LEGAL TO POISON AN UNWANTED CRITTER ON YOUR PERSONAL PROPERTY? WHAT DO FARMERS DO? AND I FEEL THE CITY OF WORTHINGTON SHOULD HELP RESIDENTS BY CONTROLLING THE DEER POPULATION AND REMIND RESIDENTS NOT TO LEAVE FOOD OUT THAT ATTRACTS UNWANTED WILDLIFE, AND OFFERING REMOVAL OF UNWANTED CRITTERS ON PERSONAL PROPERTY LIVING WITHIN THE CITY OF WORTHINGTON OR ESTABLISHING A PREFERRED VENDOR FOR CRITTER REMOVAL. I FEEL THERE HAS BEEN A CONSIDERATER EXPLOSION IN THE CITY OF WORTHINGTON THAT IS NOT GOING TO GET BETTER. AND WILDLIFE MAY BE CUTE BUT WE LIVE IN A CITY AND WILDLIFE DOES NOT BELONG IN A RESIDENTIAL COMMUNITY.

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>> TWO SEPARATE ISSUES THERE. ONE, WE CAN BE GLAD TO DISTRIBUTE RESEARCH WE'VE DONE ON DEER AND THERE ARE ADVANTAGES FROM THE STATE ACROSS THE COUNTRY.

ONE CHARACTERISTIC OF THE DEER PROGRAM, THEY CALL THE HERD FOR LACK OF BETTER TERMS IS THAT THEY HAVE LAND, OR PROPERTIES TO PERMIT THAT. AS A BILL OUT FOR A COMMUNITY WE'VE STRUGGLED WITH IDENTIFYING ANY COMMONLY USED PROGRAM FOR OTHER SO WE'RE COMMITTED MORE EDUCATION TO STAYING ON TOP OF THAT AS PRACTICES. ONE OF THOSE EDUCATION PIECES HAS TO BE EVALUATED AND WE MIGHT WANT TO CONSIDER REGULATION WITH FEEDING BECAUSE HAT IS A CONTRIBUTOR TO THE DEER

POPULATION. >> FEEDING THE DEER?

RESIDENTS FEEDING THE DEER? >> YES.

YES. SO THEY'LL BE FOUND NOT COMFORTABLE OR SUITABLE AND WE'LL BE GLAD TO SHARE RESEARCH

WITH BOTH RESIDENTS. >>

>> ALSO DO NOT LEAVE FOOD OUT. TOO.

YOU KNOW? NOT LEAVING FOOD OUT.

>> SO. >> THERE ARE CONCERNS FOR THE REST MOVING INFORMATION ABOUT FERMENTING AND DISCOURAGING

FEEDING. >> DID WE HAVE ANIMAL CONTROL

PERSON ON STAFF? >> I THINK YEAH.

WE DID. >> AND WE REDUCED IT? BECAUSE WE -- DIDN'T HAVE ENOUGH FUNDING FOR THAT?

>> I'M NOT SURE. I DON'T KNOW THE REASON WHY.

>> SO IT'S AN EDUCATION OF RESIDENTS AND WORKING WITH LOCAL VENDORS FOR INDIVIDUALS WORKING WITH LOCAL VENDORS?

>> CORRECT. I THINK GETTING RID OF A PEST ON YOUR PROPERTY IS A PRIVATE PROPERTY RESPONSIBILITY WE WANT TO DISCOURAGE FEEDING AND I'M NOT SURE WE RESEARCHED A

PREFERRED VENDOR. >> WOULD YOU BE WILLING TO?

>> POSSIBLY. I DON'T KNOW IF OTHER COMMUNITIES HAVE DONE THAT. IT'S INTERESTING TO EE WHAT IT WOULD BE. SOMETIMES PEOPLE WANT TO HAVE

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ACCESS TO PRICES THAT ARE MORE FRIENDLY TOWARDS ANIMALS OR SO L ARE COMMUNITIES THAT HAVE STEERED VENDORS THAT COMMUNITIES THAT DON'T HAVE ANIMALS BUT I DON'T THINK ANYONE STEERED PEOPLE TOWARD A VENDOR WITH A NEGOTIATED DISCOUNT.

I'M NOT AWARE OF THAT. THAT GETS US INTO THE BUSINESS OF PICKING PEOPLE WHICH WE DON'T DO.

WE LET YOU PICK THEM. >> IS IT LEGAL TO POISON A CRITTER ON YOUR PROPERTY? .

>> I BELIEVE THAT IS OUT OF THE DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES.

I REMEMBER HAVING AN ISSUE WITH CHIPMUNKS AND I WAS SURPRISED WHAT I COULD, OR COULD DO SO I SUGGEST LOOKING AT THEIR WEBSITE TO LOOK FOR INFORMATION. WITH DEER, IT'S DIFFICULT.

THIS ISN'T A WORTHINGTON PROBLEM.

IT'S A COUNTY WIDE PROBLEM. MOST URBAN AREAS HAVE IT.

MOST CITIES HAVE LAWS AGAINST THAT DOESN'T APPLY WELL FOR MOST AREAS WITHIN THE CITY. SO THAT IS NOT AN EFFECTIVE

SOLUTION. >> IN INSTANCES WE'VE HAD ALLEGATION S THEY'LL INVESTIGATE THOSE F THERE IS A PROBLEM THEY END UP WORKING WITH THE PROPERTY OWNER TO TRY TO IDENTIFY THE SOURCE THAT ARE HELD TO CAUSE THAT.

IF THAT IS PREVALENT WE WANT WORK TO TRY TO ADDRESS IT.

>> WE'D BE HAPPY TO TALK WITH YOU ABOUT THIS.

>> OKAY. ALL RIGHT.

[5.A. Resolution No. 19-2019 Good Neighbor Award 2018]

ANY FURTHER DISCUSSION? AYE.

>> OPPOSED? >> WELL IT'S MY.

>> IT'S MY PLEASURE TO TALK ABOUT THE CHAIRMAN OF THE

COMMUNITY RELATION SOLUTION. >> WE HAVE TO DO HARD WORK, BUT THIS IS A THANKFULNESS PIECE FOR US.

SO WITH THAT WHERE AS, THE WORTHINGTON COMMUNITY RELATIONS

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ESTABLISHED GOOD NEIGHBOR AWARD TO RECOGNIZE NEIGHBORS THROUGHOUT THEIR MAYBEDS AND ON APRIL 15TH, WRJINGTON COMMUNITY RELATION COMMISSION AND WHERE AS JACK AND MELISSA CONRATH HELPED THEIR NEIGHBORS WITH EVERYTHING FROM FINDING LOST CATS OR HELPING NEIGHBOR WAS FALLEN BRANCHS OR TREE TRIMMINGS AND MELISSA COME TO THE RESCUE WHEN PLUMBING PROJECTS TURN INTO FLOODS AND NEIGHBORHOOD CHILDREN KNOW THEY CAN TURN TO JACK AND MELISSA WHEN THEIR PARENTS ARE NOT HOME AND THEY PLAY WITH 3-YEAR-OLD EMMA AND KNOWN TO HER AS HER MOST FAVORITE PEOPLE.

I BELIEVE SHE'S HERE. JACK AND MELISSA ARE TRUE PARTNERS IN LIFE AND SHARE A WARM, WELCOMING AND GENEROUS SPIRIT AND THROUGH MANY GOOD DEEDS SET AN EXAMPLE FOR ALL OF US TO FOLLOW. LET IT BE RESOLVED THE COUNCIL AND MUNICIPALITY OF WORTHINGTON, COUNTY OF FRANKLIN, STATE OF OHIO DOES RECOGNIZE JACK AND MELISSA CONRATH OR KINDNESS, CONSIDERATION AND PROMOTION OF GOOD WILL WITHIN THE NEIGHBORHOOD. IN ADDITION WE HAVE MARK AND DEBORAH HANSON. EARL AND BETSY WARNER.

JESSICA DOPKISS AND EMMA AND MELISSA KENTNER.

THANK YOU FOR SUPPORTING THEM. AND WITH THAT I'D LIKE TO LINE

UP YOU ALL. >> SINCE I RETIRED I DON'T HAVE TO SPEAK ANYMORE IN PUBLIC. SO AS YOU KNOW WE'RE VERY HUMBLED AND I HEARD ABOUT IT, IT REMINDED ME OF ONE OF THE FIRST IMPRESSIONS I HAD ABOUT THE WORTHINGTON COMMUNITY AND I REMEMBER THINKING WHAT A GREAT SENSE OF COMMUNITY HERE.

AND WHEN I MOVED HERE I SAID I DON'T WANT TO MOVE IF WE HAVE TO LEAVE OUR NEIGHBORS AND WE HAVE A HOUSE ACROSS THE STREET AND ONE HOUSE DOWN. WE FEEL THE QUALITY OF LIFE HERE AND PEOPLE AROUND ADD SO MUCH TO OUR ENJOYMENT HERE AND I'LL TELL YOU I DON'T FEEL I'M DESERVING OF MY AARD.

IT'S MY HUSBAND THAT GETS IT A NEIGHBOR SAYS I'M TRYING TO FIGURE OUT HOW TO MOUNT A T AND JACK GOES OVER HE WILL MOUNT IT FOR HIM. IF YOU GET A TREE HIM YOU GET A RUN UP AND IT'S ENOUGH BUT WE'RE VERY HUMBLED BY THIS RECOGNITION. THANK YOU.

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>> WE'RE EXCITED AND THIS IS ALWAYS AMAZING YEAR AFTER YEAR, TO SEE WONDERFUL THINGS THAT NEIGHBORS DO FOR EACH OTHER.

IT'S NOT A EASY DECISION FOR THE COMMISSION BECAUSE A NUMBER OF NOMINEES EVERY YEAR THAT DO MANY THINGS FOR THE COMMUNITY AND IT IS A WE'RE SO EXCITED TO SEE THE DID TO THINGS THEY DO FOR THEIR NEIGHBORS EVERY DAY. YES.

>> I'D LIKE TO CORROBORATE COMMENTS ABOUT JACK AND LAST SUMMER HE OFFERED TO GIVE ME LARGE STONES THAT HE HAD IN HIS YARD AND KNEW I HAD A TRUCK. I WENT OVER THERE WITH A FRIEND AND I WAS SURPRISED TO SEE JACK JOIN IN THE FUN.

WE WENT BACK AGAIN AND THIS STONE GOT BIGGER.

I SAID JACK? THERE ARE LARGE STONES.

FOUR FEET WIDE AND WE OUGHT TO STOP HERE, JACK SAID I'LL BRING IT OVER MYSELF. SO HE HASN'T DONE IT YET.

I'M CONFIDENT HE WILL. THANK YOU FOR LETTING ME KNOW WHO TO CALL NOW. I APPRECIATE IT.

THANK YOU, JACK. >> OKAY.

>> THANK YOU, I'M GOING TO GIVE A RECESS IN CASE YOU WANT TO LEAVE. IF YOU WANT TO STAY, I'VE NOTICED PEOPLE TAKE AN EXIT, STAGE LEFT.

>> OUR STREAMING VENDOR REPORTS THEY'RE NOT PICKING US UP ON

SOME MIKES. >> MINE IS ON NOW.

>> OKAY. ANYONE?

>> MAKE SURE YOUR, GOT IT ON. >> MOVING ON.

[6.A. Meeting Minutes - April 1, 2019]

WE HAVE APPROVAL OF THE MINUTES. AND ONE MINOR CLEAN UP A THIRD OF THE WAY DOWN N PAGE 12, I'D LIKE TO DROP THE WORDS AND NOT.

ASK READ NEVER AND UNLESS COUNCIL IS GOING BACK TO 2003.

>> MOTION? SECOND? THOSE IN FAVOR SAY AYE. ANY OTHER CORRECTIONS? ALL THOSE IN FAVOR SAY AYE. APPROVING MINUTES AS CORRECTED

SAY AYE. >> MINUTES ARE APPROVING.

[7.A. Ordinance No. 09-2019 Worthington Gateway TIF and Development Agreement]

MOVING TO ORDINANCE 09, DECLARING IMPROVEMENTS TO REAL PROPERTY WITHIN THE CITY TO BE A PUBLIC PURPOSE, DEAND AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER TO ENTER INTO A TAX INCREMENT FINANCING SERVICE AGREEMENT AND A DEVELOPING AGREEMENT WITH THE PROPERTY OWNER. OKAY.

MR. GREESON? >> HELLO, LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, I KNOW YOU'VE HAD A TON OF LEGISLATION RELATED TO THIS PROJECT. HOWEVER THIS IS AN IMPORTANT CONTRIBUTION TO THOSE EFFORTS. AND THE PUBLIC HEARING FOR THE PROPOSED FINANCING DISTRICT. I'M GOING TO TURN IT OVER TO

MR. MCIRKLE. >> GOOD EVENING, MOST OF YOU HEARD ALMOST THIS IDENTICAL PRESENTATION ONCE, ALREADY.

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SO I'LL JUST BE SUCCINCT. THIS IS WORTHINGTON GHAIT R.GATEWAY. WE BROUGHT FORTH AN ORDINANCE THIS, IS PART TWO F THE REQUEST.

THE ACTUAL APPROVAL OF THE TIFF. >> I HAVE NEIGHBORS ASKING WHEN ARE WE GOING TO SEE ACTION ON THE PROPERTY?

>> WE'RE WAITING FOR APPROVAL. SO PUD GOES INTO EFFECT IN MAY.

AS WOULD THIS ORDINANCE. YOU'RE LIKE TI TO SEE

CONSTRUCTION AGAIN LATE SUMMER. >> LATE SUMMER?

>> PROBABLY LATE SISTER. >> OKAY.

>> THERE IS STILL SOME PIECES TO BE DONE ON THE FINANCIAL SIDE.

IN ADDITION TODAY THE CITY WE HAVE REPRESENTATION TODAY.

THE DEVELOPER IS REPRESENTED BY AUTHORITIES SO WE HAVE HAVE ATTORNEYS TO ANSWER THOSE QUESTIONS.

LOOKING AT AGAIN IS FOUR STORY HAMPTON INN AND SUITES.

THIS IS INCLUES EXCLUSIVE OF 18,000 SQUARE THAT IS A RENDER OF THE FINISHED REEL. CITY REVENUES IN THE MIDDLE AND ITEMIZED REVENUES ON THE BOTTOM. OF THE TAX REVENUES CITY GETS 6%. COUNTY RECEIVES 4%.

IN ADDITION, YOU CAN SEE INCOME TAX REVENUE COMING OFF THE OFFICE, HOTEL AND RETAIL. IT'S ALMOST HALF A MILLION A YEAR TO THE CITY. AND IN REVENUES TAX REVENUES AND THE SCHOOLS, AS YOU CAN SEE THEY'RE OVER HALF A MILLION DOLLARS PER YEAR INAPPROPRIATE TAX.

SO SCHOOLS WILL RECEIVE EVERY DOLLAR.

LAST YEAR, THERE ARE ABOUT $173,000 THIS IS AN INCREASE IN REVENUES TO THE SCHOOLS. AND COUNTY AT THE BOTTOM.

SO OVER $1 MILLION TO THE COUNTY THIS, IS A BREAKDOWN OF HOW A TIF WORKS. LAST TIME I PRESENTED THIS IN GREEN AND I GOT IN TROUBLE. WHAT YOU SEE HERE, IT'S A 30-YEAR TIF. SO BASE VALUE THERE IS EXISTING EVALUATION OF THE PROPERTY. IT'S $6.5 MILLION.

PROPERTY TAXES ONLY $6.5 MILLION WILL CONTINUE TO GO TO LAXING JURISDICTIONS THEY GO TO NOW. WHAT IS BEING REDIRECTED INTO A TIF FUND IS THE INCREASE. SO THE FUND DOLLARS WILL BE USED TO REIMBURSE THE DEVELOPER. AS DEVELOPER INCURS COSTS ON SITE AND OFF SITE, AS LONG AS IT'S ELIGIBLE, THEY CAN REIMBURSE THE CITY AND WE'LL REDUCE THOSE TIF DOLLARS FOR REIMBURSEMENT. IT'S A 30-YEAR TIF AT 100%.

TO BE URBAN REDEVELOPMENT TIF, THE CITY NEEDS TO HAVE HELPED TITLE PRIOR TO THIS ADOPTION AND SECOND, PARCELS CAN HAPPEN ON FRIDAY. WE'RE GOOD TO GO ON THOSE.

IT'S 100% AND WE NEED TO NOT REQUIRED TO HAVE SCHOOL BOARDON IN ADVANCE OF ADOPTING THIS ORDINANCE THAT DID HAPPEN AFTER THE END OF FEBRUARY. THERE IS NO AGREEMENT WITH THE SCHOOLS. AND THAT THE STOOLS WE'LL LAUNCH NEED TO SUBMIT THAT TO THE STATE.

I WILL DO THAT AFTER THIS MEETING AND THEN, TIF WHEN

ORDINANCE IS EFFECTIVE, MAY 8TH. >> IS THAT TITLE?

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>> TITLE? >> YES.

>> SO WE'RE, WE'VE TRAINED THE TITLE ITSELF NEEDED FOR $1.

SO WE, THEY CONVEYED IT TO US. REPORTED AND WE CONVEYED IT BACK TO THEM. FOR ONE ANOTHER.

>> WHAT IS THE REQUIREMENT FOR A REDEVELOPMENT TIF?

>> SO THE WHEN ENGAGED IN HAVE TO HAVE ACQUIRED THE PROPERTY AND HAVE YOU TO HAVE ACQUIRED THE PROP REDEVELOPMENT.

IT'S A DESIGNATING NOISE AS PUBLIC IMPROVEMENTS.

THE CITY OWNS THE PROPERTY. WE CAN DESIGNATE THEM AS PUBLIC.

SOME ON SITE COSTS. A TYPICAL TIF, ONLY DESIGNATING OFF SITE BY TRANSFERRING THE PROPERTY TO US, WE CAN DESIGNATE

THIS AS IMPROVEMENTS. >> URBAN REDEVELOPMENT TYPE TIFS. I DON'T -- I CAN'T SPEAK TO STATUTE. MY ASSUMPTION IS THAT IF THE LAND PROPERTY AT THE TIME OCCURS, SO THIS IS NOW AN OPPORTUNITY TO EXTEND UNDER A 41TIF.

AND JUST MAKE A DETERMINATION. AND THAT THE PROCESS INVOLVED IN DEMOLITION OR CERTAIN ONSITE SEWER IMPROVEMENTS WILL IMPROVE THE PROCESS OF BEING IN THE CHAIN OF TYPE.

>> THANK YOU FOR THE INFORMATION AND CLARIFICATION.

THANK YOU. >> SO THE DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT PART OF THIS. SO AN AGREEMENT YOU HAVE THE PUD, NOW YOU HAVE TIF. THAT WE'RE GOING TO HOLD AND TIE TIF. IN THIS CASE, THE PROJECTED TIF WILL GENERATE $6.2 MILLION OVER 30 YEARS.

IF YOU INCLUDE THE REIMBURSEMENTS, THE CAP OF MAX IS AS WELL AS LOOKING AT 30 YEARS.

SO THERE WILL BE SOME USED ON PUBLIC INFRASTRUCTURE.

INTEREST RATE CAUSED LAST MEETING TO INCLUDE HERE.

THE WAY IT'S STRUCTURED IS THIS IS STORM TERM.

THE WAY YOU CAN BLAST IS THE FEDERAL SHORT TERM RATE, SUBONE.

SO THE CURRENT PERCENT WE'RE COMING IN AT 4%.

KNOWING THEY'RE SUSPENDING TO DO THESE OFF SITE IMPROVEMENTS, A TYPICAL CONSTRUCTION LOAN WOULD BE IN THE INTEREST RANGE THE DEVELOPER, WE MIGHT WANT TO BE MORE AND MET IN THE MIDDLE AND USED THIS RATE AND THEY'D RECEIVED A $3.4 MILLION PLUS INTEREST. IF THE CANNOT EXCEED DOLLARS

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AVAILABLE IN THE TIF SUNDAY. WE'RE N THE PAYING OUT OF POCKET ANYTHING THAT NOT COME INTO THE FUND.

AND THOSE ARE THE DOLLARS BEING3 USED TO REIMBURSE THE DEVELOPER.

>> AND PIPES UNDER A DIFFERENT PLACE?

IS THAT CORRECT? >> WITH?

>> WITH THE PROPERTY SF. >> YES.

YES. THAT IS CORRECT.

AND IN THIS CASE IT'S BEST AND THERE IS OFF SITE.

>> WE RETAINED FINANCE DOLLARS TO STREET SCAPE IN THE FUTURE.

MAYBE A BETTER PARALLEL WOULD E THE STORM SEWER.

>> SOMEHOW, FINANCES SEEM. >> WE ENTERED INTO AN ECONOMIC AGREEMENT AND THAT IS ROOTED IN THE RETURN PERFECT THAT.

I BELIEVE. >> CURRENT MEMORY.

>> SO THE SCHOOL TIF, DIFFERENCE IS NOT REIMBURSING DEVELOPER FOR COSTS AND YOU CAN MARK IT COMPETITIVE?

DOES THAT ANSWER YOUR QUESTION? >> THOSE SECTIONS ARE TO BE REIMBURSED BACK INTO THE CITY. IN THIS TEAM, HIRING A THIRD PARTY NECESSARY AND THE CITY WILL BE REIMBURSED FOR COSTS.

YES. >> IN 20 IT'S 6.2?

IN THAT 15? >> WE'RE AT $70 MILLION AND WILL BE HIGHER THAN THAT, WHAT THIS DOES IS ALLOWS FLEXIBILITY IN THAT. WE'RE WIRING FIVE CONTINUOUS YEARS. SO TO BE ELIGIBLE THEY NEED TO BE DETAINED TR FIVE YEARS BEFORE.

THIS IS WHAT THEY'LL BEEN REDEVELOPED THAT YOU HAVE ON SITE. SOME COSTS IN ADDITION.

APPROXIMATELY 700,000 EXCLUSIVE OF DEMOLITION.

I'M HAPPY TO ANSWER QUESTIONS WHICH I HAVE.

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WE HAVE ATTORNEYS FROM BOTH SIDES TO ANSWER QUESTIONS.

>> LOOKS LIKE E DON'T HAVE QUESTIONS.

>> THERE IS A ANSWER AND ANYTHING ELSE WITH THAT?

>> THANK YOU. SO LET'S CALL ROLL CALL.

>> ROBINSON, ORDINANCE IS PASSED.

[7.B. Ordinance No. 13-2019 Appropriation - Bicycle and Pedestrian Improvement Program]

ORDERANCE ANNUAL BUDGET PROVIDING FOR APPROPRIATION FROM CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS FUND UNPROERP YATED BALANCE TO PAY COSTS OF 2019 BICYCLE AND PEDESTRIAN IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM AND ALL RELATED EXPENSES TO PROCEED WITH SAID PROJECT

693-19. >> AS YOU KNOW WE'VE BEEN ADVANCING SOME OF THE GOALS IN THE BIKE AND PEDESTRIAN SYSTEMS. THAT IS $100,000 THIS YEAR AND THIS ALLOWS THEM O BE SPENT.

THEIR CHAIRMAN IS HERE. >> THANK YOU, MR. GREESON.

I DO APPRECIATE BOTH IN TIME THIS EVENING.

AS YOU KNOW, FROM THE BICYCLE PEDESTRIAN MASTER PLAN WE HAVE A LOT OF PROJECTS OUT THERE AND WITH TIMING WE'RE GETTING REALLY CLOSE. WE WANTED TO GET ON THE PROJECT THAT ACTUALLY HAD COME ACROSS THE GRANT THERE IS KIND OF AN ACCESS DRIVE USED THAT IS COMING TO A NO CROSSWALKING AND GETTING PEOPLE FROM NEIGHBOR AS CROSS THOSE.

IF YOU GO AND GO WEST, YOU HAVE A DISTANCE TO DIG SIG NALIZE A CROSS. THERE ARE OTHER DESTINATIONS.

AND HE BROUGHT ON A TRAFFIC CONSULTANT WE'RE IN THE PROCESS OF GETTING OPINIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS TO THE TRAFFIC CONSULTANT AT THAT TIME THAT WILL COME BACK TO THE ADVISORY

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BOARD AND MAYBE WE'LL MOVE FORWARD ON THAT $100,000 AMOUNT.

THE BOARD RECOMMENDED BIKE RACKS AND SOME THINGS MIGHT HELP THE PEDESTRIAN ACT SO WE'VE BEEN LOOKING AT THAT AND ANOTHER IDEA IS THAT THERE IS A SMALL CONNECTION THAT COULD BE MADE IN THAT AND WHAT COULD BE DONE SO WITH THAT IN MIND I'LL STOP FOR

QUESTIONS. >> JUST A CONSIDERATION.

THERE IS A, I GUESS IT'S MORE FOR TRAFFIC CONSULTANT.

>> I NEVER THOUGHT ABOUT IT. AND THE REST OF THE CROSSING.

>> I JUST HAD A QUESTION OR THOUGHT ABOUT BIKE RACKS.

IS L A PROGRAM SOMETHING. >> I WAS INTERESTING, BIKE RACKS DO NOT COME UP COMING THROUGH THE PLAN.

I DIDN'T THINK OF THAT. SEVERAL NEIGHBORHOOD PARKS DO NOT HAVE BIKE BEING RACKS WILL USE OTHER THINGS IN THE PARK TO SECURE BIKES SO YOU CAN ARGUE IT MAKES SENSE AND MR. WAYLAND DID

ATTEND AND YES, WE'D WELCOME. >> I WILL.

IT WOULD BE A TOP PRIORITY. >> THIS IS AN NTERESTING THING.

>> I WOULD LIKE TO THANK EVERYONE BUT I THINK WE'RE IN LOOKING AT ACCESSING OTHER MEANS OF TRANSPORTATION, YOU MIGHT THINK THAT WOULD BE ACROSS EASILY.

IF YOU DON'T FREQUENT, YOU DON'T NOTICE HOW YOU WOULD GET ACROSS.

HOPEFULLY WE'LL GET ON THIS YEAR AFTER YEAR.

THANK YOU. >> SO I'D LIKE O THANK COUNCIL

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AND THANK YOU AND I'VE BEEN TO SEVERAL MEETINGS AND THE PLANNING COMMITTEE DID AN AWESOME JOB OF GETTING ALL OF COMMUNITY INPUT AND OFFING WAYS TO GATHER THAT INPUT.

THIS IS WELL RUN. I WANT TO BRING UP ONE MORE OPPORTUNITY. THAT IS WITH THE SCHOOLS.

I KNOW THEY'RE REESTABLISHING AND THIS MEANS FOR SIXTH GRADE.

IT GOES UP AS IT GOES UP THROUGH THE INTERSECTION.

AND YOU'RE GOING TO HAVE ALL OF IT COMING ACROSS EXCEPT FOR DOWNTOWN INTERSECTION EVERYBODY KEEPS TALKING ABOUT.

I'M LIKE, YEAH. WE HAVE A GREAT, SAFE, INTERSECTION. AND WHAT I WOULD LIKE TO SEE IS THAT WOULD BE MORE OF COORDINATION AND COOPERATION WITHIN THE HOLD. EMOTIONS ARE HIGH.

ABOUT SCHOOLS. A COUPLE OF US GOT TRANSPORTATION AND HOW TO MAKE IT GOING ACROSS.

SO THAT IS PAST THAT. LET'S ADDRESS THE SAFETY ISSUES.

I KNOW LOTS OF NEIGHBORS THAT ARE IN THAT POSITION BUT THEY'RE FRUSTRATED BY THE COMMUNICATION COMING BACK INTO THE SCHOOL.

AND SO THAT MIGHT BE A GOOD PLACE TO START.

I WOULD JUST REALLY LOVE TO SEE US MAKE IT A PRIORITY.

>> TO GET TO WORTHING WAY AND THAT IS, I MEAN, SIXTH GRADERS ARE NEW. 11 FRAYEDERS IS WHAT EVERYBODY IS UP IN HAD ARMS ABOUT. AND SPEED LIMITS ARE GOING TO BE CROSSING IN IT'S JUST TOO MUCH TO ASK TO HAVE THEM TAKE THEIR LIVES INTO THEIR OWN HANDS. AND I'M CONCERNED HEN THEY SAY IT'S ONLY 65 KIDS. THAT IS 65 MORE THAN IT WAS BEFORE. THAT IS 35 ALL THE WAY THROUGH.

TO YOU WERE IN CONJUNCTION WITH EACH OTHER AND LOOK AT THINGS LIKE SAFE ROUTES TO SCHOOLS, IT'S OTHER WAYS OF PROVIDING RES RESOURCES I THINK WE CAN MAKE

SOMETHING OUT OF IT. >> AT LEAST LOOK AT IT FOR

REGULATIONS LIKE THAT. >> I WANT TO ECHO YOUR CONCERN

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WE DO NEED TO PRIORITIZE THE SAFETY OF PEOPLE AND WE NEED TO PRIORITIZE CARS AND WE NEED TO CHANGE THAT HERE TO PROTECT OUR MOST VULNERABLE POPULATIONS. KIDS, CHILDREN, PEOPLE THAT JUST WANT TO WALK, AND ENJOY THE NEIGHBORHOOD.

AND THANK YOU FOR COMING TO PRIORITIZE PEOPLE.

>> IF YOU'RE THE LIST WE ON'T HEAR EVERYTHING AND BRINGING THE IDEA OF WHAT'S HAPPENING AND THERE IS TIME TO WORK.

AND SPEAKS TO RENEWED OPPORTUNITY AND THIS THE ISSUE.

>> SOMEONE ABOUT TO HAVE A BABY BUT GIVE ME A COUPLE MONTHS AND I WOULD LOVE TO BE PART OF THE SOLUTION.

>> THERE IS IS A CRITICAL REASON WHY THIS HAPPENED.

YOU KNOW? >> DO YOU WANT TO TOUCH UPON IT?

>> YES. WE HAVE A STEERING COMMITTEE IN ADDITION TO THE COMMITTEE AND HE'S AWARE AND WE ALSO HAVE A FINAL MASTER PLAN TO GIVE US A TOOL TO CONTINUE OUR

CONVERSATIONS. >> THANK YOU.

I WANT TO TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY TO SAY I'M IN AGREEMENT.

I HAPPEN TO GO BETWEEN THE PLAY GROUND AND SOMETHING YOU CAN'T SEE FROM BIRD'S EYE VIEW IS THERE IS A SLIGHT INCLINE AND CARS COMING OF OF 71 AND APPLAUDING THIS AS AN

INTERSECTION, THANK YOU. >> THIS IS ANOTHER THEY'RE GOING TO RESEARCH WHAT TYPE OF TECH NIX S IN THERE.

>> YOU'RE ARUFING FUNDS TO AUTHORIZE US TO SPEND UP TO $100,000. WE'LL DEBATE IT ITH THE

OPTIONS. >> WE'LL HAVE A REPORT.

WE'VE MET AND HERE IS HAT HAS OPINION DECIDED SO WE'LL LIKE TO

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KNOW. >> THIS CAN GIVE US THE BEST

RECOMMENDATION THAT WE CAN. >> YES.

[8.A. Resolution No. 20-2019 Amends the Personnel Rules and Regulations]

>> NEW LEGISLATION INTRODUCED RESOLUTION 20 AUTHORIZING COMMUNICATION COMMUNICATION TECHNICIAN RETENTION AGREEMENTS.

>> PRESIDENT MIKE YIM, MEMBERS OF COUNCIL WE'RE IN THE PROCESS3 OF MAKING RECOMMENDATIONS RELATED TO OUR COMMUNICATIONS CENTER. AND ONE THING THAT IS VERY IMPORTANT TO NEWS THAT PROCESS IS TRYING TO TRANSIT IS TO RETAIN EMPLOYEES THIS IS AN INCENTIVE.

>> IT WILL NEED TO REMAIN TRANSITIONAL IN ORDER TO SHOW APPRECIATION FOR A CURRENT FULL TIME COMMUNICATIONS TECHNICIAN AND TO INCENTIVIZE THEM TO SEE TO AUTHORIZE PAYMENTS FOR FULL TIME COMMUNICATION TECHNICIANS REMAINING MPLOYED WITH THE CITY THROUGH TRANSITION AND 2020. THIS WOULD PROVIDE A CONTEXT TO EARN A RETENTION PAYMENT FOR EVERY 36 REGULAR HOURS WORKED TO THOSE STILL EMPLOYED THROUGH THE TRANSITION PRIOD.

AND WITH SPES SPIFFICS AND DETAILS IN RULES TO INSURE THERE ARE NO MISUNDERSTANDINGS FOR OUR COMMUNICATIONS TECHNICIANS AND TRACKING WOULD START AS OF PAY 22, 2019.

>> WE'RE TRYING TO MAKE SURE WE HAVE FULLY STAFFED TRANSITION AREA AND AFRAID CURRENT PEOPLE MIGHT LEAVE US AND FIND OTHER

JOBS. >> IT'S NOT SPECIFIED HERE BUT TO BE CLEAR YOU'D ACCRUE THEM AND DRAFT THOSE THAT WOULD WITH PAID OUT THROUGH THE TRANSITION PERIOD.

THOSE IN FAVOR SAY AYE. OPPOSED? RESOLUTION 21-2019

[8.B. Resolution No. 21-2019 NE Gateway Right-of-Way Acquisition]

NORTHEAST GATEWAY RIGHT OF WAY ACQUISITION AUTHORIZING ACQUISITION OF CERTAIN REAL ESTATE INTERESTS INVOLVING PARCEL 22 FOR NORTHEAST GAIWAY INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENT PROJECT. PASSED FOR PROJECTION AND PASSED

AND SECONDED. >> PRESENT.

YOU'LL HEAR US TALKING ABOUT IT MANY MORE TIMES PERFECT OMPLETE BUT I'M GOING TO TURN IT OVER TO MR. LINDSAY.

WE DID FIRST OF OUR RESOLUTIONS UNDER PROCEDURE SET FORTH.

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I THINK INDICATED WE'RE GOING TO BE BRINGING THEM TO YOU AS THEY GET FINALIZED AND EXECUTE AND THE MAP SHOWS YOU THE LOCATION IF YOU LOOK CLOSELY ON THOSE LITTLE PROPERTY MAPS AND WE'RE GETTING A PIECE OF DEDICATED RIGHT OF WAY CORRESPONDING TO PARCEL 22. SO THIS IS IF WE DO ANOTHER MAJOR PROJECT AND ANOTHER 5, 10 YEARS WE'LL ASK COUNCIL TO MAKE A LIGHTER SPREAD OF AUTHORITY TO REDUCE THE NUMBER OF TIMES WE HAVE THAT. WITH THAT.

>> WE RECEIVED A REQUEST FOR NAMING RIGHTS OF POTENTIAL STREETS OVER IN THAT CORRIDOR. IS THAT RIGHT? WHAT IS OUR PROCESS? ON NAMING STREETS?

DO WE HAVE AUTHORITY? >> I BELIEVE WE'VE COMMUNICATED TO THEM PREVIOUSLY WE DON'T HAVE A CONCERN WITH THAT.

AND E'D PROBABLY BE A LITTLE WAYS OUT TO DO THAT.

>> I HAVEN'T HAD SPECIFIC COMMUNICATIONS.

IT'S MY UNDERSTANDING THIS WAS THE ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT HAD THOSE DISCUSSIONS EARLY ON FOR US.

SO THIS IS THEIR UNDERSTANDING AND NO OPPOSITION.

MR. BROWN HAS A PROCESS THAT SPEAKS TO STANDARDS AND LET YOU CALL IT IN ROOMS OF FULL LENGTH. SO IT MIGHT DELAY VERSES A PROJECT THAT IS A LONG WAYS OFF. AND THIS IS APPROPRIATE AND HARD FOR ME TO DETERMINE WHICH ROAD WAS BEING PROPOSED.

SO WHEN COMING BACK TO THESE PLEASE BRING A CLEARER MAP IF YOU WOULD. THANK YOU.

>> THIS IS NAMED AFTER THE MOVE THEM.

WE'VE DONE THIS BEFORE. OKAY.

ANY OTHER DISCUSSION? OKAY.

IF NOT, THOSE IN FAVOR SAY AYE. OKAY.

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RESOLUTION PASSED. ORDINANCE 15-2019, BUILDING CODE AMENDMENTS TO AMEND SECTIONS 1301.05, 1301, 1311.05 AND 1311.06 RELATED TO COORDINATION WITH THE STATE OF OHIO BUILDING

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CODES AND ESTABLISHMENT OF DEMOLITION STANDARDS MODIFYING POOL ARRIER REQUIREMENTS AND ADJUSTING FEES.

[8.D. Ordinance No. 16-2019 Planning & Zoning Code Amendments]

AND OF THE CODIFIED ORDINANCES RELATE TO COORDINATION OF THE STATE OF BUILDING CODES ESTABLISHMENT OF DEMOLITION STANDARDS, MODIFYING CODE REQUIREMENTS AND ADJUSTING FEES

[9.A.I. Community Visioning]

MAUVING ON TO REPORTS OF CITY ISSUES.

>> YES I'M PLEASED TO REPORT WHEN YOU LEARN YOU FOUND ADDITIONAL WEIGHT WE RECEIVED 10 RESPONSES FOR COMMUNITY VISIONING PROJECT. THESE WERE CONSULTANTS AND PLANNERS INTERESTED IN DOING WORK WITH THE CITY OF WORTHINGTON. WE DISTRIBUTED TO YOU A SIGNIFICANT AMOUNT OF MATERIALS AND WE'RE JUST BEGINNING TO DO THAT. AND THIS IS A A DESIRE TO SCREEN THOSE FOR A REASONABLE MUM OR YOU TO INTERVIEW AS A STAFF SO IT WOULD BE MY RECOMMENDATION THAT EITHER COUNCIL WILL DESIGNATE A COUPLE MEMBERS TO AND YOU MAY CHOOSE TO DO IT YOURSELF. WE WANT TO MAKE SURE WE'RE DOING WHAT COUNCIL WANTS IN TERMS OF SELECTION PROCESS.

>> WHO IS VERY EXCITED TO MAYBE FRIDAY NIGHT.

KNOCK ON MY DOOR. IT'S A LOCAL POLICE OFFICER AND AGAIN, I THINK I SO I READ EVERY WORD, READY TO GO, LET'S DO THIS. I THINK IT IS A LOT TO PROCESS.

THE TEN, YOU KNOW TO MAKE IT MORE HANDLEABLE, I FESS WOULD BE A GOOD WORD. MAYBE HAVING THREE AND OFFERING AND ANYONE IN THE MAKING IT THROUGH FINAL THREE I WOULD SUGGEST WHOEVER IS ON THE SUBCOMMITTEE ALSO GIVE A REASON WHY THE OTHER SEVEN WERE NOT INCLUDED ON THE THREE.

>> THIS THIS VOLUME, THERE IS A SHAPE THAT ENCOMPASSES ALL END THIS SUMMARY FORM REFERRING BACK TO THE ORIGINAL ITEMS THAT WERE ADDRESSED. SO L IT PARTIALLY MEETS OR CRITERIA IDENTIFIED. WHY SOMEONE DID NOR NOT MAKE THE CUT. SOME OF THOSE I DON'T THINK ARE FULLY WEIGHTED BUT I DON'T THINK THEY'RE DEAL BREAKERS AND THERE ARE OTHERS HOT SO HEAVILY WEIGHTED.

>> THE RIGHT SUGGESTION. >> THERE IS A TO PERHAPS ARG FEW

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AND MAKE A CASE FOR IT, IT WOULD BE A FAIR, AND THOROUGH PROCESS.

>> WHAT WOULD BE THE TIME LINE? >> I'VE DRAFTED A PROPOSAL TIME LINE. WITH SELECTING TOP CHOICES BY THE FIRST WEEK OF MAY, THE SECOND GIVING COUNCIL TIME TO TALK AND ASK THEY DECIDE THERE IS SOMEONE ON THE TOP THREE HAT SHOULD BE ON THE TOP THREE AND THIRD MEETING MADE HAVING THOSE PROPOSALS ANSWER THEYS QUESTIONS BACK TO US AND THAT WOULD FIT IN THE PROCESS AS I BELIEVE AND AT SOME POINT, LAST MEETING OF MAY, AND FIRST MEETING IN JUNE, YOU CAN BRING THEM FOR AN INTERVIEW TOUR. AND WHAT CAN WE?

>> COMMITTEE WILL HAVE MET AND DISCUSSED AND THAT WOULD BE PRESENTED THAT FIRST MEETING IN MAY.

THAT WORKS AS LONG AS PEOPLE ARE HAKING UP TO HANDLE THAT.

>> I AGREE AND I THINK THE COMMITTEE WILL LOOK DOWN AND BRING UP THIS RECOMMENDATIONS IN JULY.

I WILL APPRECIATE. NOW, THE QUESTION BECOMES WHO WANTS TO SERVE ON THE COMMITTEE BESIDES MR. SMITH.

DOES ANYONE ELSE WANT TO SUBMIT? .

>> I FFER IF THAT MEETS WITH APPROVAL BY COUNCIL MEMBERS.

>> THAT WOULD BE HELPFUL. >> WE'RE TRYING TO DECIDE.

>> I READ THROUGH THEM. WELL YOU GUYS DISCUSS.

I HAVE A QUESTION FOR STAFF. AND I'M ASSUMING YOU HAVE A MATRIX WE CAN LOOK AT TO DETERMINE WHAT KINDS OF QUESTIONS WE CAN CHECK OFF THE LIST.

>> ABSOLUTELY. PROBABLY PRETTY MUCH UNRELATED TO CRITERIA BUT WE DO CORRECT THE MATRIX SO WE'LL RECOGNIZE

WHAT IS MOST MPORTANT TO YOU. >> WHAT ARE YOU THINKING OF READ SOMETHING ALL NIGHT? YES.

READ THE STUFF NOW. I'LL VOLUNTEER.

OKAY? SO, IF I COULD REFER TO THE WISDOM OF STAFF. ARE YOU COMFORTABLE TO PROCESS PROPOSING MAKE SENSE TO STAFF? IS THERE ANYTHING YOU WOULD EMBELLISH OR ALTER IN WHAT WE'RE DOING?

. >> I THINK IT'S GREAT THREE COUNSE COU COUNSEL -- COUNCIL MEMBERS ARE GOING TO BE INVOLVED IN THIS.

THAT IS GREAT WITH THE DIVERSITY OF OPINION INVOLVED IN THE PROCESS. I THINK IT'S IMPORTANT.

THIS A QUALITY FICTION BASED PROCESS.

SO THE CHALLENGE IS THAT IT DOESN'T REFLECT WEIGHT OF THE BODY. SO WE CAN PUT A MATRIX TOGETHER.

WHEN, AND IF THERE IS DEBATE ABOUT THE RELATIVE WEIGHT OF THE

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ITEMS IN RFP YOU MIGHT WANT TO COME BACK TO COUNCIL TO DETERMINE THOSE. AND I APPRECIATE THAT.

>> THE TIME LINE PERFECT WENT DOWN THAT PATH.

MY SUGGESTION IS GOING TO BE THAT THERE IS A THAT IS SORT OF THE PROCESS NOW HAD A COUPLE WEEKS AND THIS MOVES FORWARD

WITH YOUR TIME FRAME. >> I SEE HEADS SHAKING YES.

SO, EVERYONE IS IN AGREEMENT? AND IF WE HAVE A MATRIX COMING OUT FOR US AND WE'RE EXCITED ABOUT HELPING YOU MOVE FORWARD.

>> TONIGHT WE HAVE A GUEST THIS EVENING, STEVEN WHITE WHO IS GOING TO TALK ABOUT THE SCIENCE FESTIVAL AND WE'LL LET MR. HURLEY TALK ABOUT HOW WORTHINGTON IS PARTNERING WITH

THEM G TO SEE YOU. >> GOOD TO SEE YOU.

THANK YOU. AND I'M VICE PRESIDENT STRATEGIC PLANNING AND MY PURPOSE TO THANK YOU FOR YOUR LEADERSHIP AND COMMITMENT. THE VISION IS TO BE THE BEST AND TODAY I'M HONORED TO SAY THE CITY HAS BEEN A PAN TAFTIC PARTNER AND THE SCIENCE FESTIVAL IS GOING TO BE RUN FROM MAY 1-4 AND COMPRISE OF OVER 110 EVENTS THROUGHOUT FRANKLIN COUNTY.

AND THAT IS GOING TO BE IN COMMUNITY CENTERS, PARKS, AND THIS SCHOOLS AND BASICALLY TO EXPOSE PEOPLE TO SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY WHERE THEY LIVE AND LEARN AND LOUNGE.

THE FINAL DAY IS GOING TB SATURDAY, MAY 4TH.

IT'S TWOING TO BE WHAT IS CALLED BIG SCIENCE CELEBRATION DOWN, IN AND AROUND KOSAI. WE'RE GOING TO HAVE OVER 125 BOOTHS AND EACH HAVE HANDS ON DEMOCRAT STATIONS AND THERE ARE GOING TO BE PUBLIC AND ALL OF THIS IS PRETO CITIZENS OF FRANKLIN COUNTY AND WORTHINGTON AND I'M HERE JUST TO GIVE YOU A SNAP SHOT OF THING THAT'S ARE GOING TO BE HAPPENING WORTHINGTON. SO WE'RE GOING TO HAVE A FREE COAST WHEELS PROGRAM BRINGING OUT UP TO BROOKSIDE ELEMENTARY AND WEDNESDAY, WORTHINGTON FIRST WEDNESDAYS FOR THURSDAY AND PRI WE'RE FOG TO HAVE STUFFED ANIMAL EVENTS VET CLINICS AT MCCHORD PARK AND WE'RE RADIO ACTIVE VIDEO CONFERENCING O BE ABLE TO INTERACT WITH A FORMER ASTRONAUT, JENNY'S ICE CREAM SO WITH THAT I JUST WANT TO THANK YOU FOR ALLOWING ME TO BE HERE

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TODAY. A SPECIAL THANK YOU TO MAT GREESON FOR HIS LEADERSHIP ALONG THIS WAY.

AND MAYOR SCOTT, MELISSA HENMAN AND MEREDITH RICHARDS FGOING TO BE ONE OF OUR GRAND MARSHAL. WE'RE EXPECTING TO IMPACT OVER 5,000 PEOPLE AND WE'RE GOING TO LIFT MEREDITH UP TO THE COMMUNITY AS AN EXAMPLE OF THE WORK SHE'S DONE IN WORTHINGTON AROUND EDUCATING THE PUBLIC AROUND THE ENVIRONMENT.

THANK YOU FOR LETTING ME BE HERE TODAY.

I HAVE SOME PUN TEE SHIRTS FOR YOU HERE TODAY.

THAT WAY, YOU CAN HAVE SOME OF THOSE.

>> IF I THINK IT WOULD BE EXCITING AND LOOKING AT WORTHINGTON THINGS, LIKE HERE IS WORTHINGTON.

HERE IS THE REST OF THE CITY. SO THERE ARE THINGS YOU CAN DO

WHAT IS CLOSE TO HOME. >> WE HAVE SIX EVENTS AND WEEM MENTION THOSE AND THERE S A SCHOOLS HAVE DONE A JOB OF BRINGING THAT GROUP TOGETHER, SO WE APPRECIATE IT.

>> RIGHT. ANY OTHER COMMENTS?

ANYTHING? >> THANK YOU.

>> IT'S MY PLEASURE, YOUR PARKS AND RCHL EC DEPARTMENT ARE DOING AMAZING WORK. SO I WANTED TO SAY THAT QUICKLY.

THANK YOU FOR LETTING ME BE HERE.

>> GOOD TO SEE YOU. >> YOU TOO.

>> ALL RIGHT. IS THERE ANYTHING?

>> MR. WHITE MAY WANT TO DISTRIBUTE THINGS AND I'LL LET

THEM DO THAT. >> OKAY.

>> THANK YOU, MR. WHITE. >> RE YOU GOING TO AMPLIFY ON

THE SHIRTS? >> SURE.

>> OH, VERY TO STAND UP. >> HAVE YOU TO GET A PICTURE OF

THIS AND TWEAK IT. >> YEAH.

SO ALL IN. >> 1, 2.

THREE. >> YES.

>> YEAH. >> THERE WE GO.

>> THAT IS IS INSPIRATIONAL. >> TELL EVERYBODY WE'RE THE

MOST-FUN CITY COUNCIL. >> S THIS A CITY COUNCIL

MEETING? >> SCIENCE.

>> SCIENCE. THANK YOU.

>> ANYTHING SNELLS. >> YES.

WE'VE BEGUN PUTTING SOME INFORMATION OUT AND THERE ARE

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SEVERAL IMPORTANT DATES WHERE THERE WILL BE AN OPPORTUNITY FOR COFFEE WITH THE CHIEFS. THOSE PEOPLE THAT WANT TO TALK TO FOLKS PERFECT WORK. MAY 6TH WE'RE GOING TO DO THIS? IF THIN WANTS TO COME HERE WE'RE GOING TO HAVE ANOTHER COFFEE WITH THE CHIEF. SO I WANTED, I BELIEVE THAT WE SIGNED OUR PROGRAM AGREEMENT WITH AE ENERGY.

AND I BELIEVE THE FINAL RATE IS 5.09 CENTS PER KILO WATT HOUR.

I BELIEVE IT'S GOING TO BE OVER $20 AND WE'LL BE ABLE TO BUY THE

SUPPLY CERTIFICATE. >> THIS IS 40?

>> I APOLOGIZE. RIGHT.

>> DIFFERENCE BETWEEN HE RATES THAT WERE CLOSED IF YOU WILL.

THEY ESTIMATED A DOLLAR FOR THE IMPACT.

THANK YOU. AND SO WE'LL SEND A LETTER FROM AEP AND CITY. SO WHEN PROPERTY I'D LIKE TO REQUEST REQUEST EXECUTIVE SESSION REGARDING LITIGATION AND

EMPLOYEE COMPENSATION. >> JUST TO REMIND YOU IF YOU'RE

[10. Reports of Council Members]

AVAILABLE PLEASE YOU IMMEDIATE MORE -- WE'VE GOTTEN THIS TO END

IT AGAIN, DO THAT. >> THANK YOU.

>> IS THIS Y VOICE? >> OKAY.

GREAT. OKAY.

>> I'LL REPORT BACK TO YOU. IT WILL BE INTERESTING.

GREAT. >> SEVERAL HERE ATTENDED THESE AND THERE IS TALK OF A TIF POSSIBLY NEXT YEAR.

IF YOU DIDN'T ATTEND IT'S A GREAT EVENT.

>> YES. AND IT WAS THE JUDGE.

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>> HONORABLE MENTION. >> THEY ADD ALL KINDS OF PIZZA FLAVORS I NEVER KNEW WAS AVAILABLE.

>> YOU'RE TALKING ABOUT HOW YEAH.

I HAVE PAINT NIGHT EVERYONE, TOO.

ALREADY. I'VE BEEN GOING BACK.

[12. Executive Session]

OTHER TWO IS EXECUTIVE SESSION WILL YOU PLEASE CALL ROLL.

>> NOW

* This transcript was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.