At Toledo City Council’s regular session today, Mayor Wade Kapszukiewicz is expected to cast tie breaking votes on two ordinances that would facilitate the establishment of a residential drug and alcohol treatment facility at 2310 Jefferson Avenue operated by Unison Health. Ordinance 120-18 would change zoning at the site from Office Commercial to Multi-dwelling District, and Ordinance 121-18 would grant a special use permit for the facility. Both ordinances received 6-6 votes at Council’s previous voting session on March 27. Also at the session, Council is expected to vote on the following legislation: • Ordinance 127-18 which would approve the appointment of Mark Mockensturm to replace Catherine Hoolahan on the Toledo Plan Commission, and Ordinance 128-18 which would appoint Randall Parker to a vacant seat on the Criminal Justice Coordinating Council. • Resolution 131-18 which would declare it necessary to improve Angola Road between Wenz Road and Chicory Drive by installing LED street lighting. The total annual cost for the lighting is $664.68, which would mostly be paid for via special assessment of properties along the corridor. • Ordinance 135-18 which would authorize $160,000 from the Franklin Park/Westfield Tax Increment Fund for traffic signal improvements on Monroe Street between Cheltenham Road and Nantuckett Drive. The amount covers the required 20 percent match for the $800,000 project, the remainder of which is being funded by the Ohio Department of Transportation. Ordinance 132-18, which would authorize a consent decree settlement with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the Ohio EPA for environmental damages to the Ottawa River, will likely be referred to Council’s Streets, Public Services & Utilities Committee. The ordinance would authorize conveying 22 acres of city-owned parcels to Metroparks Toledo for the Manhattan Marsh restoration project. It also authorizes improvements to 58 acres of the city’s low-service pump station property for a separate restoration project in conjunction with the neighboring Cedar Point National Wildlife Refuge. The agreement also includes total payment of $811,500 for damages and other costs associated with the settlement. All Council meetings are held in Council Chambers on the first floor of One Government Center, located on Jackson Boulevard in downtown Toledo.