Special Meeting Notice

Loveland City Council will hold a special meeting on Wednesday, October 17, 2018, at 7:00 p.m. at City Hall, located at 120 W. Loveland Avenue.  The purpose of the meeting is to consider the following legislation:

Ordinance authorizing the City’s participation in financing special energy improvement projects in cooperation with the Suburban Communities Energy Special Improvement District; authorizing the execution of documents to effectuate such financing; and declaring an emergency

Ordinance determining to proceed with the acquisition, construction, and improvement of certain public improvements in the City of Loveland, Ohio in cooperation with the Suburban Communities Energy Special Improvement District and declaring an emergency

Ordinance levying Special Assessments for the purpose of acquiring, constructing and improving certain public improvements in the City of Loveland, Ohio in cooperation with the Suburban Communities Energy Special Improvements District, and declaring an emergency

An executive session pursuant to Ohio Revised Code 121.22 (G)(1) to discuss the terms and conditions of employment, hiring, or discipline of a public employee.

And any other business as may properly come before the municipal body at the meeting may be considered and acted on.  

This meeting is open to the public.

City of Loveland

Misty Cheshire

Clerk of Council

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2 COMMENTS

  1. Melissa, I had the same question… and why is “declaring an emergency” part of such otherwise mundane appearing proposed ordinances??
    Meeting agendas and packets (including the prior meeting’s minutes) are posted here: https://lovelandoh.gov/200/Public-Meetings
    However, the “agenda packet” for tonight’s meeting only consists of the agenda … ?!
    You can scroll down to “past meetings” and click on “agenda packet” for the last regular council meeting on October 9th. It won’t include that meeting’s minutes but may shed some light – I don’t have time to look it over right now.

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