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Click the download icon to the right to get updated city water pressure contour map presented at the Jan 3rd Council Work session. It is 8 mb and takes a long time to render on most computers.
If you are unfamiliar with the discussion of the North Pressure Zone you can read this article. Here are some of the points made:
After the project is complete the average water pressure in this new pressure zone will be 80 psi . The typica…
The attached document was provided to council in response to the question, "What is City Council allowed to consider when making a zoning decision?".
I've also copied and pasted the content below.
What is City Council allowed to consider when making a zoning decision?
Municipalities that have adopted a charter follow procedures in the charter or local ordinances when making zoning decisions. Ohio Case Law invol…
The Huber Heights Comprehensive Plan is presented in three parts:
Part I: Introduction: introduces the purpose and intent of the plan, the planning process and the
background research and key findings.
Part II: The Vision: presents the vision statement, goals and objectives for the community and a
physical plan including the character action areas, the future land use plan, and the infrastructure
description and recommendations.
Part III: Im…
The attached file is a scan of papers the city provided as the response to my Freedom of Information Act request. In that request I asked for two items:
1. The audit/report done by the Montgomery County TID in 2011 that showed the city would be able to finance the Aquatic Center using TIF funds.
2. The report done by city staff that showed the city would be able to finance the new Music Center using TIF funds.
I've just sat down and spent about…
The city authorized $140,000 in order to do due diligence to determine if the Music Center was an economically feasible endeavor. This report was the result of the last $40,000 spent. Download is in .pdf format
The Music Center Validation study available here at HuberResidents.org has not be published by the city and the content raises concerns about the operation and revenue expectation.
Here are the notes I used when I spoke to council. You can…
This document also available directly from the city's website: Public Works Meeting Agenda 10/17/2012
Currently, Huber Heights’ residents living in single family homes, have the opportunity to choose their own waste collection provider. There are several companies who service the city and residents can choose the options and services that best meet their needs. The Huber Heights City Council has requested that City Staff look into the fea…
The council approved the ordinance on April 8, 2013. Here is a link to the agenda item. You can find the Resolution as an attachment as well as the contract.
The city has been looking into contracting with a single trash hauling company to provide residential service for the city. Three companies responded to the Request for Proposal (RFP). This documen…
The Heights retail, hospitality and office development will significantly increase the economic activity in the region and generate millions of dollars of public funds for the City of Huber Heights, Huber Heights Consolidated School District, Montgomery County and the State of Ohio.
This document was revealed on the day the residents first learned about the Heights Development Project
This is the first contract between the city and the developer for "The Heights" development project.
The download is still of the 2013 proposed budget. Here is a link to the 2014 budget long version
and 2014 budget short version
This is a compressed copy of the 2013 Huber Heights Budget as proposed in the Nov 2012 Administration Committee meeting. The first reading of this budget will be done in the 26 Nov 2012 City Council Meeting. Approval of the budget will occur in the Dec 10, 2012 meeting.
If you do not like the for…
In 2010, the City of Huber Heights contracted with the Center for Urban and Public Affairs (CUPA) at Wright State University to conduct a random telephone survey to assess resident perceptions of parks and recreation in Huber Heights, as well as waste collection services and water softening. This summary report will provide an analysis of the data collection which occurred from August-October of 2010.
The city council often quoted this survey to justif…
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