2019 Legislation

ORDINANCES


An Ordinance is the formal written enactment of Council in the exercise of a governmental power vested by the Constitution or statutes in the Municipality for the regulation of the conduct of its citizens or others subject to its control, and intended to be of permanent duration.  Every action of a general and permanent nature; or granting a franchise; or levying a tax; or appropriating money; or contracting an indebtedness, to be evidenced by the issuance of bonds or notes; or for the purchase lease, or transfer of public property; or establishing an offense and fixing the penalty therefor, shall be taken by ordinance.
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Emergency Ordinance Number 2019-01 (PDF). An Ordinance authorizing the City Manager to enter into a real estate purchase agreement by and between the City of Monroe, Munafo Seven, Inc., and Ofanum Partners for the purchase of real property located at 601 South Main Street, Monroe, Ohio, and declaring an emergency.

Emergency Ordinance Number 2019-02 (PDF). An Ordinance authorizing the issuance of not to exceed $1,300,000 of real estate acquisition, General Obligation Bond Anticipation Notes, by the City of Monroe, Ohio, in anticipation of the issuance of bonds, and declaring an emergency.

​Ordinance Number 2019-03 (PDF).  An Ordinance approving the final plat of Monroe Center.

​Ordinance Number 2019-04 (PDF).  An Ordinance supplementing the Personnel Policy Manual to include vacation accrual of 4.5 weeks of vacation following completion of 15 years of service.

​Emergency Ordinance Number 2019-05. An Ordinance authorizing the City Manager to  enter into an incentive agreement by and between the City of Monroe and the board of Education of the Monroe Local School District related to the Kroger Co. proposed building of approximately 335,000 square feet and declaring an emergency. 

Ordinance Number 2019-06 (PDF).  An Ordinance rezoning real property containing approximately 117.361 acres, more or less, located south of Mason Road and east of I-75 from C-2 General Commercial District to L-1 Light Industrial District.

Ordinance Number 2019-07 (PDF). An Ordinance rezoning real property containing approximately 164.419 acres, more or less, located at 6337 Greentree Road and 1401 North Union Road from B-P Business Park District to L-1 Light Industrial District.

Ordinance Number 2019-08 (PDF). An Ordinance supplementing Chapter 1064 of the Codified Ordinances to provide for rules and regulations for the reservation of park shelters.

Ordinance Number 2019-09 (PDF). An Ordinance supplementing Chapter 286 of the Codified Ordinances to establish the fee for the reservation of park shelters.

Ordinance Number 2019-10 (PDF). An Ordinance, otherwise known as the permanent appropriations ordinance, amending and supplementing Ordinance No. 2018-38, to meet the current expenses and other expenditures of the City of Monroe, during fiscal year ending December 31, 2019.

Ordinance Number 2019-11 (PDF). Am Ordinance repealing Emergency Ordinance No. 2002-28, and subsequent amendments thereto, and adopting Personnel Board Rules and Regulations as set forth herein.



RESOLUTIONS

A Resolution is the formal written enactment of Council of a less permanent nature, not prescribing any permanent rules of conduct and usually required or applied to the preliminary declaration of legislative intent to be effectuated by the subsequent passage of an ordinance, or for the disposition of a specific matter not required by statute or Charter provisions to be done by ordinance.

Emergency Resolution Number 01-2019 (PDF). A Resolution declaring official intent with respect to reimbursements of temporary advances made for expenditures for capital improvements for the Municipal Police Facility in fiscal year 2019 to be made from subsequent borrowings and declaring an emergency.

Emergency Resolution Number 02-2019 (PDF). A Resolution authorizing the City Manager to enter into a contract by and between the City if Monroe and KZF Architects for professional design services for a new police facility.

Emergency Resolution Number 03-2019 (PDF). A Resolution approving a Then-and-Now Certificate in the amount of $38,723.22 to MNR Investment and declaring an emergency.

Resolution Number 04-2019 (PDF). A Resolution authorizing and directing the City Manager or designee to apply for any and all grant funds; provided that acceptance of any grant funds, including matching funds, must be specifically approved by Council.

Resolution Number 05-2019 (PDF).  A Resolution expressing Council's intent for the sale of personal property not needed for public use or is obsolete or unfit for the use for which it was acquired by internet auction.

Resolution Number 06-2019 (PDF). A Resolution directing the Director of Finance to request an advancement of taxes assessed and collected on behalf of the City of Monroe from the Auditors of Butler and Warren Counties.

Emergency Resolution Number 07-2019 (PDF). A Resolution accepting the bid submitted by Ford Development Corporation and authorize the City Manager to enter into a contract for the South Main Street Sidewalk Extension Project and declaring an emergency.

Resolution Number 08-2019 (PDF). A Resolution approving blanket purchase orders as recommended by the Director of Finance and the City Manager.

Resolution Number 09-2019 (PDF). A Resolution adopting a Comprehensive Housing Study.

Emergency Resolution Number 10-2019 (PDF). A Resolution authorizing the Butler County Engineer's office to include the relocation of a certain city water main with the bidding of a Butler County Improvement Project and declaring an emergency.

Emergency Resolution Number 11-2019 (PDF). A Resolution authorizing the City Manager to enter into a Municipal Income Tax Consultant Agreement by and between the City of Monroe and the City of Huber Heights and declaring an emergency.

Emergency Resolution Number 12-2019 (PDF). A Resolution authorizing the City Manager to enter into an agreement by and between the City of Monroe and Rundell Ernestberger Associates for professional planning services to assist with updating the Comprehensive Plan and declaring an emergency.

Emergency Resolution Number 13-2019 (PDF). A Resolution authorizing the City Manager to enter into an agreement by and between the City of Monroe and Brandstetter Carroll Inc. for supplemental design services for the Great Miami River Trail and declaring an emergency.

Emergency Resolution Number 14-2019 (PDF). A Resolution approving a Then-and-Now Certificate in the amount of $7,267.50 to Jones-Warner Consultants, Inc. and declaring an emergency.

Emergency Resolution Number 15-2019 (PDF). A Resolution declaring the necessity of repairing certain sidewalks, curbs, gutters and driveway aprons in the City of Monroe, Counties of Butler and Warren, Ohio, requiring that abutting property owners repair the same, and declaring an emergency.

Resolution Number 16-2019 (PDF). A Resolution authorizing the City Manager to enter into a contract with O'Heil Site Solutions as the lowest and/or best bidder for the I-75 Interchange grounds maintenance.

Resolution Number 17-2019 (PDF). A Resolution authorizing the City Manager to accept the proposal from CT Consultants for professional engineering services for signal improvements to the intersection of American Way and State Route 63.