March 8, 2013
TO ALL MEMBERS OF COUNCIL AND THE MAYOR:
A Special Meeting of the Bay Village City Council will be held on Monday, March 11, 2013,
immediately following the 7:30 p.m. Committee Meeting of Council, in the Council Chambers of Bay Village City Hall, 350 Dover Center Road, to take action on the items listed below:
1. Pledge of Allegiance
2. Roll Call
3. Motion to approve the minutes of the Regular Meeting of Council held March 4, 2013
5. Ordinance No. 13-14 authorizing the Mayor to enter into a professional services agreement
with SAFEbuilt for a term of three years, and declaring an emergency*Clark*
6. Ordinance to make appropriations for the current and other expenditures of the City of Bay
Village for the fiscal year 2013, including temporary appropriations heretofore made in
Ordinances Nos. 12-108, 13-08, and 13-11, and declaring an emergency*Young* (First
7. Ordinance amending codified Ordinance Section 181.36(b) regarding disbursement of
Municipal Income Tax funds, and declaring an emergency*Young*
8. Ordinance enacting new Codified Ordinance Chapter 721, Peddlers, Solicitors, and
Canvassers, and declaring an emergency*Clark*(First Reading)
9. Motion to advertise for proposals for a new telephone system for the Bay Village Municipal
10. Motion to convene to Executive Session for contracts, labor contracts, personnel and
Paul A. Koomar
President of Council
Charter Reference 2.11
Section 2.14 – Effective Date
C.O. 111.10 – Council Rules for Legislation
Roll call on suspension of Charter Rules:
Every ordinance or resolution shall be read on three different days unless two-thirds (2/3)
of the total number of Council members provided for in this Charter dispense with the rules.
Roll call on suspension of Council Rules:
No ordinance or resolution shall be passed unless a written copy thereof is before the
Council …at least 24 hours before any meeting of Council at which action…is contemplated.
Roll call on inclusion of the emergency clause:
All ordinances and resolutions shall become effective forty (40) days after their passage
by Council unless a later effective date is set forth or an earlier date is established. Resolutions to initiate any public improvement shall become effective immediately upon their passage and approval by the Mayor.
It is required that two-thirds (2/3) of the total number of Council members provided for
by this Charter vote affirmatively to enact with the emergency provisions. This clause allows legislation to become effective immediately upon passage and approval by the Mayor.
NOTE: Regular and Special Meetings of Council are scheduled for 8:00 p.m. However,
Council generally meets informally at 7:30 p.m. prior to a Regular or Special meeting, and
said portion, usually held in the conference room, is open to the public.
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