UPPER ARLINGTON

UPPER ARLINGTON

COUNCIL CONFERENCE SESSION

7:30 p.m. Monday, March 1

Lower-level meeting room

Municipal Services Center,

3600 Tremont Road

REPORTS/PRESENTATIONS/DISCUSSION ITEMS

1. Development Department Annual Report

2. City Manager Update

CONSENT AGENDA

3. Proposed Legislation - To Authorize an Expenditure to the City of Columbus for the City's Proportionate Share of the Operating Cost for Franklin County Municipal Court

4. Proposed Legislation - To Authorize an Expenditure to the City of Columbus for Airway Space to Permit Access to the 800 MHz Communications System by the Police and Fire Divisions

LEGISLATIVE ITEMS

5. Proposed Legislation - To Amend Ordinance No. 108-2009 to Authorize the City Manager to Contract with StarNet Insurance Company, the Underwriter for the Health Benefit Plan Stop Loss Insurance

6. Proposed Legislation - To Authorize the City Manager to Enter Into Contract with TriCar Ltd. For Project Management/Construction Management Services in Conjunction with the 2010 Street Maintenances Services

7. Proposed Legislation - To Amend C.O. Chapter 773 - Taxicabs, Relative to the Business Regulation Code

8. Proposed Legislation - To Authorize the City Manager to Enter into an Venture Loan/Grant Incentive Agreement with Riverside Caspian II, LLC from the City's Economic Development Fund

OHIO DEPARTMENT OF LIQUOR CONTROL

9. TREX Letter of Endorsement for 2124 Arlington Ave.

10. TREX Letter of Endorsement for 3051 Northwest Blvd.

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