(Toledo, OH) Toledo City Council will meet in a Wednesday session, delayed by a day by the election.
City council will get its first look at a proposal to buy security cameras and equipment for the Toledo police department to install in pedestrian walkways in the downtown area. $150,000 would come from the general fund, the remaining $60,000 from a law enforcement trust fund.
There’s also a proposed five-year training contract with the University of Toledo to provide paramedic and EMT courses at a cost of $150,000 annually.
City council also would see a $281,000 reimbursement from the Lucas Metropolitan Housing Authority, which is half the cost of salary and benefits for six police officers who patrol public housing developments.