December 4 2018 Draft Agenda

11/28/2018 1:48 PM | Jessica Laine

Oakley Community Council
Oakley Community Center

December 4th, 2018; 7:00 PM



Call to order - Pledge of Allegiance


  • Sign in sheet; Speaker Cards
  • Trustee Introductions
  • City Hotline-591-6000; Cincinnati District 2 Police Non-Emergency – 949-4400
  • Fix it Cincy! Mobile App

Cincinnati Fire Department – Station 31

District 2 Police report



·      Oakley Master Plan (OMP) Steering Committee

·      Business – Kenny McNutt

·      City Hall Liaison – Evan Nolan, Colleen Reynolds, Sean Fausto & Dan Krohn

- New Years Eve – Esplanade – fireworks at 8PM

- 2019 OCC Trustee Elections

- Stacy Lehman’s board position

- Events SOP vote

- 2019 OCC Schedule of Events

- Oakley Connection Sign Variance – Christopher Hildebrant, Morelia Group

- UC Division of Trauma/Critical Care - Molly Linkous - REVIVE ResQFoam Study

- Approve November 15th Meeting Minutes

- November Financial Report

- Approve 2019 NSP and NBD Budget


New Business:

  • Third Thursday meeting on December 20th, 7PM location TBD.
  • Next Tuesday OCC meeting is on Tuesday, January 8th.
  • Election of Officers this evening after meeting adjournment at Oakley Wines.

Speaker Cards

Adjourn Meeting


  • 11/29/2018 1:44 PM | Anonymous
    I saw the agenda and that there will be a topic on “Stacy Lehman’s board position.” I heard that Stacy would be stepping down at the end of this year and I want to thank her for her tremendous work to connect the community! She was the board’s biggest community champion and her perspective will be extremely productive and valuable!

    Can you elaborate on what this topic will be? Will the board be taking applicants for the open position to fill the remaining year of that term? If so, how should applicants inform the board of their interest? With the last 3 openings that I can remember, the community was given advance notice to express interest in joining.

    Also, how will the board emphasize and reinforce the need for consistent attendance for all trustees, both new and returning? There’s a problem with some trustees having poor attendance at the Tuesday meetings, which are necessary to ensure accurate advocacy, representation of the community, and foster good dialogue and meaningful action. OCC Trustees have said many times that if a community member wants to be heard, then they need to show up. I hope the same standard should hold true for them. The OCC bylaws (sec 4.06a) state that absence from 3 or more meetings is grounds for removal. Given how diligent the board has been this year in using the bylaws to force action, I assume that this will mean that trustees are, at a minimum removed from Officer positions, and repeat offenders are removed. Please clarify.
    Link  •  Reply
"Oakley Community Council" is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. Cincinnati, OH 45209 -- Bylaws
Powered by Wild Apricot Membership Software