The City of Piqua will still be conducting the October 20, 2020, Piqua City Commission Meeting with strict guidelines. The Piqua City Commission Meeting Agenda Packet can be found below.
HOW TO VIEW THE LIVE MEETING:
The Piqua City Commission Meeting will not be open to the public but will be streamed live on the City of Piqua’s YouTube Channel. The link to the YouTube channel is www.youtube.com/c/cityofpiqua45356
The Piqua City Commission has decided to incorporate Zoom with the Piqua City Commission Meetings to allow participants to virtually attend the meeting and be able to make comments in real-time. With this addition, community members have two ways to make public comments on agenda items:
- Submit your comment beforehand using this link:
- If a person would like to comment on multiple agenda items, please fill out a separate form for each agenda item. This helps with the organization during the meeting.
- We will accept only one form of submission per person per agenda item or public comment.
- Comments and questions will be read during the meeting by Mayor Kris Lee and answers will be provided.
- Submit a request for Zoom meeting access code using this link:
- Participants will receive an email with a registration link to virtually attend the meeting and directives on how to make a comment about agenda items via Zoom.
SUBMISSION CUT-OFF: October 20, 2020, AT NOON (12:00 P.M.)
- The meeting will be conducted in accordance with the City of Piqua Ordinances, with the exception the meeting room will be a virtual location hosted online for community members.
- If the meeting connection is temporarily lost the Mayor will suspend the discussion until the connection is restored.
If you have any questions or need further guidance please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
REGULAR PIQUA CITY COMMISSION MEETING
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 2020
COMMISSION CHAMBER–2nd FLOOR
201 WEST WATER STREET
PIQUA, OHIO 45356
CALL TO ORDER
THE PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
ROLL CALL OF PIQUA CITY COMMISSION
PROCLAMATION – NATIONAL DOWN SYNDROME MONTH
PRESENTATION – FREIGHT FARM – BRIT DECKER / LAURA JACKSON
FALL RESIDENCE PRIDE AWARDS:
|Logan & Abby Peepels||919 Lincoln Street|
|Amy Walker||600 Cottage Avenue|
|Ron & Debra Anthony||117 Riverside Drive|
|Michael & Angela Yager||1621 W. High Street|
|Chuck & Peggy Hoke||209 S. Downing Street|
REGULAR PIQUA CITY COMMISSION MEETING
1. APPROVAL OF MINUTES
Approval of the minutes from September 1, 2020, Regular Piqua City Commission Meeting and the minutes from September 9, 2020, September 18, 2020, September 24, 2020, and the October 5, 2020, Piqua City Commission-Special Meeting-Executive Sessions
2. RES. NO. R-110-20
A Resolution of Appreciation for the Public Service of Toni A. Daniel as a City Employee
3. ORD. NO. 8-20 (1st Reading)
An Emergency Ordinance enacting and adopting a supplement to the Code of Ordinances for the City of Piqua
4. ORD. NO. 9-20 (1st Reading)
An Ordinance amending Chapter 154 Zoning of the Piqua Code of Ordinances and allowing a Dispensary Use in the B–General Business and CBD-Central Business Zoning Districts
5. RES. NO. R-111-20
A Resolution authorizing the City Manager to submit an application for Federal Fast Act Funds through the Miami Valley Regional Planning Commission
6. RES. NO. R-112-20
A Resolution awarding a contract to Kinnison Excavating Inc. for the South Main Street transmission main relocation project
7. RES. NO. R-113-20
A Resolution supporting the Fiscal Year 2021 United States Environmental Protection Agency Brownfield Assessment Grant Program Application
8. RES. NO. R-114-20
A Resolution approving the Land and Water Conservation Fund Grant Application for the program year 2020 and authorizing the City Manager to submit the application to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources
9. RES. NO. R-115-20
A Resolution amending the City of Piqua’s Miami County Hazard Mitigation Plan in conjunction with the Miami County Emergency Management Agency
(This is an opportunity for citizens to address the City Commission regarding agenda items, issues, or to provide information. Comments are requested to be limited to five (5) minutes and specific questions should be addressed to the City Manager’s office.)