Here's a quick look at what happened at Tuesday night's City Council meeting. Check back later today for the full recap, and follow the links for more details.
• Council passed legislation to repeal city laws that ban licensed gun owners from carrying weapons in public parks and other firearm regulations. These ordinances violated the Ohio Revised Code.
• Members approved sending an application to the Northeast Ohio Areawide Coordinating Agency (NOACA) to fund repairs on Cedar Road from Euclid Heights Boulevard to Taylor Road. This is only the first step in getting the city on the state's priority list, said Councilwoman Bonita Caplan. Repairs will not happen for another couple years.
• Members also approved sending an application to NOACA for the . Council is asking for $3.7 million to complete the project in three phases.
• , a lobbying firm that will help the city find money for streetscape improvements as well as a variety of other economic development projects. The city will pay G2G $75,000.