COUNCIL FOR THE VILLAGE OF YELLOW SPRINGS
REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING
Virtual Meeting @7:00 P.M.
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Monday, July 20, 2020
Please note: In accordance with Sub. HB 197, this meeting will be held as a remote meeting. The public is not permitted to access Council Chambers during the meeting.
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE, ALL COUNCIL MEETINGS WILL BE HELD VIRTUALLY. Citizens can participate via YouTube (Community Access Yellow Springs) or email@example.com. If you would like to make a “live” statement, please contact Judy Kintner (Clerk@yso.com or 937-767-9126) to arrange that via our Zoom meeting platform.
Here is the link to the meeting: https://zoom.us/j/3555457065
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The Clerk will receive and file:
The Clerk will receive and file the following letters received regarding facial covering and/or busking:
Ursa Northstar re: Objection to Mask Ordinance
Other Communications Received:
Thomas Kellar re: Construction Complaint
Dino Pallotta re: Status of Senior Housing Project
Karen Wintrow re: Wayfinding Proposal
365 Project Affirmative Marketing Brochure
Emily Seibel re: Glen Cottages Project Update
Brian Housh re: BLM Mural—Cincinnati Example
Emergency Reading of Ordinance 2020-14 Approving Third Quarter Supplemental Appropriations and Declaring an Emergency
Reading of Resolution 2020-30 Supporting Actions Towards the Village Becoming a National Wildlife Habitat Community
Reading of Resolution 2020-31 Authorizing the Village Solicitor to File a Proof of Claim in the Perdue Pharma Bankruptcy Case, on Behalf of the Village of Yellow Springs, Ohio
Comprehensive Land Use Plan Update (Sorrell: 20 min.)
Active Transportation Plan Update (Salmeron: 15 min.)
Update on Meaningful Action re: Anti-Racism and Justice (Housh: 20 min.)
Discussion of Finances; Budget Management and Future Projects (Salmeron: 15 min.)
Letter to Governor Dewine (Curliss: 5 min.)
Letter re: Wildlife Habitat Community (MacQueen: 5 min.)
Proposal for Renaming Short Street as Freedom Way (Kreeger: 10 min.)
Proposal for Food Truck Parking at Railroad Street Lot (Salmeron: 5 min.)
Report and Recommendations from Board/Commission Restructuring Committee (Curliss: 10 min.)
No First Meeting in August
Aug. 17: Report from Community Foundation: COVID-19 Resources (Jeannamarie Cox: 10 min.)
*Future Agenda items are noted for planning purposes only and are subject to change.
The next regular meeting of the Council of the Village of Yellow Springs will be held as a virtual meeting at 7:00 p.m. on Monday August 17, 2020.
The Village of Yellow Springs is committed to providing reasonable accommodations for people with disabilities. Any person requiring a disability accommodation should contact the Village Clerk of Council’s Office at 767-9126 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.