How do I find out what legislation is being discussed by Council?

The Council agenda is posted at least 24 hours in advance of a Council meeting at City Hall and at the public library. It is also circulated electronically to persons who have subscribed to the City’s automated contact list. Regular and special Council meetings are open to the public, as are committee meetings. Any member of the public wishing to be heard may fill out a speaker form at the back of the room in advance of the Council meeting. In certain instances, it may become necessary to limit the time that speakers may be heard. In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, Council and other City bodies are conducting meetings virtually. Please refer to the notices of meetings and agendas for specific information about how to access public meetings and submit comments.

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1. How can I contact the prosecutor if I am issued a ticket in the City of Grandview Heights?
2. How do I find out what legislation is being discussed by Council?
3. Why do I see a lot of legislation being declared an “emergency”?
4. What happens when I get a ticket in Grandview Heights?
5. What if I am a minor issued a ticket in Mayor's Court?
6. How do I pay a ticket if I am not contesting it in Mayor's Court?
7. What is the difference between a resolution and an ordinance?
8. Where can I find out City requirements, laws or standards, such as building codes, traffic laws, etc. ?
9. What should I do if I believe I have been a victim of domestic violence or any other crime?
10. I received notice that my local income taxes have not been reported or paid. What should I do?