City Hall (Watch via YouTube), CLEVELAND CITY HALL-ROOM 516
The Cleveland Board of Control consists of members of the mayor’s cabinet and leaders of city departments. City Council passes some legislation – particularly legislation that authorizes the city to enter contracts for various purposes – that leaves vendor selection and compensation to be set by the Board of Control. The board makes those decisions in this meeting, and it also holds votes on the sale and purchase of land parcels.
Find the livestream of this meeting here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4-grlgMPJy50hXISJ01lkQ
NOTE: An updated agenda will be be added to the meeting documents below when available.
Cleveland Board of Control
See meeting notes for details
From the city charter: The Mayor and the directors of the several departments, whether established by this Charter or by ordinance, shall constitute a Board of Control.
The Mayor shall be exofficio President of the Board. The vote of a majority of all members of the Board shall be necessary to the adoption of any question, motion or order. All votes shall be by “yeas” and “nays” and entered on the record.
All meetings of the Board shall be public, a record of its proceedings shall be kept, and an abstract of its proceedings shall be printed in the City Record.
The roll call at the beginning of the meeting should indicate who is in attendance. Past meetings have included these officials:
Mayor Justin Bibb Director of Economic Development Tessa Jackson Director of Public Safety Karrie Howard Director of Law Mark Griffin Director of Finance Ahmed Abonamah Director of Public Utilities Martin Keane Interim Director of Port Control Dennis Kramer Director of Public Works Frank Williams Director of Public Health Dr. David Margolius Director of Community Development Alyssa Hernandez Director of Aging Mary McNamara Director of Building and Housing Sally Martin Director of Human Resources Paul Patton Director of the Mayor’s Office of Capital Projects James DeRosa Director of the Mayor’s Office of Equal Opportunity Tyson Mitchell