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File #: R-499-21    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Resolution Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 9/8/2021 In control: Public Utilities Department
On agenda: 9/28/2021 Final action: 9/28/2021
Title: Authorizing and expressing Toledo City Council's support for the mayor to prepare and submit applications to participate in the Ohio Public Works Commission, State Capital Improvement and Local Transportation Improvement Programs and to execute agreements as necessary and appropriate for obtaining this financial assistance; and declaring an emergency.
Attachments: 1. Bullet Points, 2. Audio: Agenda Review 9/21/2021, 3. Audio: City Council 9/28/2021

Label

DPU092821OPWCAPPLICATIONS

Engineering Services

Timothy Grosjean (x1344)

Revised

 

Title

Authorizing and expressing Toledo City Council’s support for the mayor to prepare and submit applications to participate in the Ohio Public Works Commission, State Capital Improvement and Local Transportation Improvement Programs and to execute agreements as necessary and appropriate for obtaining this financial assistance; and declaring an emergency.

 

Body

SUMMARY & BACKGROUND:                     

Both the State Capital Improvement Program and Local Transportation Improvement Program provide financial assistance to political subdivisions for capital improvements to public infrastructure.  The infrastructure improvements detailed and delineated in Section 1 are considered to be priority needs for the community and are qualified projects under these Ohio Public Works Commission Programs.  Passage of this legislation is procedurally required to allow the City of Toledo to apply for this capital improvement funding.

 

The fiscal impact of this resolution is as follows:

-                     The total amount of funds requested: n/a

-                     New revenue generated (operational revenue, grants, if any): n/a

-                     Are funds budgeted in the current fiscal year (yes/no)?: n/a

-                     Is this a capital project (yes/no)?  yes

-                     If yes, is it new or existing (new/existing)? existing

-                     What section of the City’s Strategic Plan does this support:

o                     Excellence in Basic Services (yes/no) no

o                     Quality Community Investment (Livable City, Development) (yes/no) yes

o                     Workplace Culture & Customer Service (yes/no) no

o                     Environment (yes/no) no

 

Summary

NOW, THEREFORE, Be it resolved by the Council of the City of Toledo:

 

SECTION 1.  That this Council supports the mayor’s applications to the Ohio Public Works Commission for funds for the following described projects:

 

Jackman Road from Alexis to Brim

Ottawa River Road Roundabout

Summit Street/Cherry Street Intersection

Collingwood from Central to Hackett

Starr from East Broadway to Belt

Broadway from Western to Stebbins

Manhattan from Stickney to Wallace

Tremainsville from Laskey to Alexis

Lagrange from Greenbelt to Summit

Heatherdowns from Byrne to Detroit

Hawley from Dorr to Avondale

Hawley from Avondale to Nebraska

Laskey from Secor to Douglas

Laskey from Jackman to Lewis

Laskey from Douglas to Jackman

Laskey from Lewis to Telegraph

Galena from Summit to Champlain

Ashland from Adams to Collingwood

Westwood from Nebraska to Dorr

Secor from Dorr to Bancroft

Executive Parkway from Central to Secor

Large Diameter Sewer Rehabilitation

Sewer Lining

 

SECTION 2.  That the mayor is authorized to enter into any agreements with the Ohio Public Works Commission as may be necessary and appropriate for obtaining such financial assistance upon such terms and conditions shall be approved by the Director of Public Utilities and the Director of Law. 

 

SECTION 3.  That, if the projects described in Section 1 above are approved for financial assistance, the City of Toledo, subject to availability of funds and future appropriations, will commit the necessary funds to meet the local share and make any loan repayments as required in the corresponding project applications and OPWC guidelines.

 

SECTION 4.  That this Resolution is declared to be an emergency measure and shall be in force and effect from and after its passage.  The reason for the emergency lies in the fact that this Resolution is necessary for the immediate preservation of the public peace, health, safety and property and for the further reason that this Resolution must be immediately effective in order to permit the timely submittal of funding applications for the above projects.

 

Vote on emergency clause:  yeas 12, nays 0.

 

Adopted:  September 28, 2021, as an emergency measure:  yeas 12, nays 0.

 

Attest:                                          

Gerald E. Dendinger                                          Matt Cherry

Clerk of Council                                          President of Council

 

Approved:                                                               September 28, 2021

Wade Kapszukiewicz

                                                                                    Mayor