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6/25/2019 1:31:59 PM

2019 Bridge Maintenance – Frantz Road at Cosgray Creek Project No. 19-007.0-CIP Bid Bid Book Plans Bid Schedule (Excel) Prevailing Wage Forms (ZIP) Wage Rates (ZIP) General Conditions Section 100 Bid opening date: 11 a.m. on Thursday, July 11, 2019

6/25/2019 11:38:57 AM

DUBLIN, Ohio – The City of Dublin has a new police chief. City Manager Dana McDaniel is pleased to announce the promotion of Deputy Chief Justin Páez to Chief of Police for the Dublin Police Department. Chief Páez’s promotion became effective Monday, June 24, 2019. He will be honored in an informal pinning ceremony on Wednesday, July 10, 2019. Details about the ceremony will be released at a later date. “Deputy Chief Páez has performed in an exemplary manner throughout his career and has assembled the appropriate amount of experience, training and education, coupled with an extensive knowledge of the agency, the community, and our interagency partners to lead the agency into the future,” said City Manager Dana McDaniel. “His promotion to Deputy Chief and now to Chief are the result of our succession planning in anticipation of our former Chief’s retirement. ” Chief Páez began his career in law enforcement in 2001 and has been a member of the Dublin Police Department since November 2003. He has served as a patrol officer, patrol corporal, accreditation sergeant, community impact unit sergeant, lieutenant, operations bureau commander, services bureau commander and deputy chief of police. “Dublin is where my wife and I wanted to live and raise our family, and this department and community became our family,” said Páez. “I am honored to lead such a great organization and feel fortunate to work with the exceptional members of this department in protecting and serving the City of Dublin.” Chief Páez is the seventh Chief of Police for the Dublin Police Department following retired Chiefs Harold Rose, Robert Mayer, Ron Ferrell, Rob Geis, Mike Epperson, and Heinz von Eckartsberg. ### Media Contact Melanie Amato, Public Information Officer 614.410.4501 – Desk 614.318.3009 – Cell mamato@dublin.oh.us Newsroom: http://dublinohiousa.gov/newsroom/

6/25/2019 9:13:54 AM

CONSENT AGENDA MOTION CARRIED 7-0 TO APPROVE ACTIONS FOR CONSENT AGENDA ITEMS Approval of Minutes of Work Session of June 3, 2019 Approval of Minutes of Regular Meeting of June 10, 2019   SECOND READING/PUBLIC HEARING – ORDINANCES Ordinance 28-19 Accepting the Annexation of 4.816 Acres, More or Less, from Jerome Township, Union County to the City of Dublin. (Applicant: Washington Township Board of Trustees) PASSED 7-0 Ordinance 29-19 Amending the Annual Appropriations for the Fiscal Year Ending December 31, 2019. PASSED 7-0 Ordinance 30-19 Authorizing the Provision of Certain Incentives to Univar USA, Inc. to Induce it to Lease a Facility to Retain and Expand an Office and Its Associated Operations and Workforce, All Within the City; and Authorizing the Execution of an Economic Development Agreement. PASSED 7-0 Ordinance 31-19 Authorizing the Provision of Certain Incentives to Quantum Health, Inc. to Induce it to Lease a Facility to Relocate and Expand an Office and Its Associated Operations and Workforce, All Within the City; and Authorizing the Execution of an Economic Development Agreement. PASSED 7-0 Ordinance 32-19 Authorizing the Provision of Certain Incentives to Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption to Induce it to Lease or Purchase a Facility to Relocate and Expand its office and its Associated Operations and Workforce, All Within the City; and Authorizing the Execution of an Economic Development Agreement. PASSED 7-0 Ordinance 33-19 Authorizing the Provision of Certain Incentives to City Barbeque, LLC to Induce it to Lease a Facility to Relocate and Expand an Office and Its Associated Operations and Workforce, All Within the City; and Authorizing the Execution of an Economic Development Agreement. PASSED 7-0 Ordinance 34-19 Authorizing the City Manager to Execute a Lease Agreement for a Term of Five Years with the Dublin Chamber of Commerce, Inc. for the Property Located at 129 South High Street. MOTION CARRIED 6-0 (WITH VICE MAYOR AMOROSE GROOMES ABSTAINING) TO POSTPONE THIS ITEM TO THE JULY 29 COUNCIL MEETING INTRODUCTION/PUBLIC HEARING – RESOLUTIONS Resolution 34-19 Authorizing the City Manager to Enter into a Contract with Dublin City Schools for the School Resource Officer Program. PASSED 7-0 Resolution 35-19 Authorizing the City Manager to Cooperate with the Ohio Department of Transportation for the Logan/Union/Franklin-33 Smart Mobility Corridor Infrastructure Project (ODOT PID Number 106769) PASSED 7-0 Resolution 36-19 Authorizing an Amendment to the Service Agreement for NAPA On-Site Parts/Equipment Center. PASSED 7-0 Resolution 37-19 Appointing Members to the City of Dublin Decennial Census Complete Count Committee. PASSED 7-0 [Appointed members: Christina Alutto, Jenny Amorose, Doug Baker, Brittany Harris, Amy Kramb, Jill Kranstuber, Dr. Randy Leite, Dr. Benjamin Pachter, Eric Richter, The Rev. Dr. Stephen Smith] OTHER Request for Waiver of Competitive Selection Process – Chief of Police Position MOTION CARRIED 7-0 TO WAIVE COMPETITIVE SELECTION PROCESS TO ALLOW FOR THE CITY MANAGER’S IMMEDIATE APPOINTMENT OF INTERIM CHIEF JUSTIN PAEZ TO THE POSITION OF CHIEF OF POLICE Riverside Crossing Park Update COUNCIL TO PROVIDE COMMENTS AND QUESTIONS TO STAFF ON ANY OF THE 60 PERCENT DESIGN PLANS PRESENTED TONIGHT NO LATER THAN JULY 1. ADDITIONAL DISCUSSION WILL TAKE PLACE AT CIP REGARDING THE NEED FOR SEPARATION FROM RIVERSIDE DRIVE Sawmill Corridor Study INFO ONLY – STAFF WILL PROCEED WITH PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT AS OUTLINED Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission – Participation in Regional Housing Study MOTION PASSED 6-0 TO AUTHORIZE CITY CONTRIBUTION OF $10,000 TO THE STUDY AS OUTLINED IN MEMO   MOTIONS CARRIED; CONSENSUS ITEMS Motion carried 6-0 to refer to the Public Services Committee the proposed enhancement of the name “Dublin” on the I-270/33 interchange bridge parapet wall. Discussion of the Council review process for large, complex economic development projects to be added to a future work session agenda. UPCOMING MEETINGS Finance Committee – Monday, July 29, 2019 at 5:00 p.m.; Regular Council Meeting – Monday, July 29, 2019 at 7:00 p.m.; Council Work Session – Monday, August 5, 2019 at 6:00 p.m.; Public Services Committee – Wednesday, August 7, 2019 at 6:00 p.m.; Regular Council Meeting – Monday, August 12, 2019 at 7:00 p.m. (Executive Session – Land Acquisition at 5:30 p.m.); Council Work Session – Monday, August 19, 2019 at 6:00 p.m.; Community Development Committee – Tuesday, August 20, 2019 at 5:00 p.m.; and Regular Council Meeting – Monday, August 26, 2019 at 7:00 p.m.

6/25/2019 5:21:37 AM

Quick Facts General Fund cash balance $56,208,288 75.1% of budgeted expenditures $18,786,594 in excess of 50% reserve level   Income tax revenue was 3.0% above 2018 YTD levels Receipts are 6.3% or $1,225,975 ahead of budget ComparingYTDMarch2018 versus March 2019: Withholding increased 3.5% Net Profit revenue decreased 10.8%  Individual revenue increased 12.2%   Income Tax Collections As of March 31, 2019, income tax receipts totaled $20,595,668, an increase of 3.0% over the same time period in 2018. The 2019 budgeted income tax revenue is $85,400,000; JassTek model prediction (based on income tax revenues through February 2019 is $83,262,535. Download the Complete Report: Q1 2019 Financial Report  

6/25/2019 4:27:49 AM

Dublin City Council generally meets will meet on the second and fourth Mondays of each month, except as noted. Meetings will be held at City Hall, 5200 Emerald Parkway.

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