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File #: O-209-19    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Ordinance Status: Mayor's Office
File created: 4/15/2019 In control: Public Utilities Department
On agenda: 5/14/2019 Final action: 5/14/2019
Title: Authorizing the mayor to accept certain rights-of-way from the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT), located within the City of Toledo, related to the development, construction and improvement of a new interchange along I-475 at Dorr Street, and dedicating the same; and declaring an emergency.
Attachments: 1. Exhibit A, 2. Exhibit B, 3. Audio: Agenda Review 4/23/2019, 4. Audio: City Council 4/30/2019, 5. Audio: Agenda Review 5/7/2019, 6. Audio: City Council 5/14/2019
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DPU043019ACCEPTDEDICATEI475DORRINTRCHG
Department of Public Utilities
Jamie Miller (x1409)
(Revised)

Title
Authorizing the mayor to accept certain rights-of-way from the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT), located within the City of Toledo, related to the development, construction and improvement of a new interchange along I-475 at Dorr Street, and dedicating the same; and declaring an emergency.

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SUMMARY & BACKGROUND:
On June 19, 2018, City Council passed Ordinance Number 227-18, which authorized the mayor to enter into cooperative agreements with the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) for the construction of a new interchange and related improvements along Interstate 475 (I-475) at Dorr Street, a portion of which shall be within the City of Toledo. This project will improve the safety and operation of I-475 within and near the City of Toledo.

ODOT has acquired certain rights-of-way, on behalf of and in the name of the City of Toledo, required for the construction of the aforementioned interstate interchange improvements, as well as certain improvements to nearby and/or adjacent local streets or roadways located within the City of Toledo.

In order to accomplish the directives of this project, ensure that public transportation needs are met, and ensure the safety and well-being of the general public, these rights-of-way need to be accepted by the City of Toledo and dedicated for public highway and road purposes, as well as utilities and other public purposes as deemed necessary and appropriate by the City of Toledo.

The City of Toledo and ODOT have cooperated in the past and continue to cooperate extensively with one another in connection with numerous and extensive transportation improvement projects in, around and throughout the City of Toledo. It is in the best interest of the city, as well as the public welfare, to accept, and dedicate for public use, the newly acquired rights-of-way from, ODOT.

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