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Municipal Government

 Subject
Subject Source: Local sources

Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:

Andy Douglas City Council Papers

 Collection — Box 1: [32887922522653]
Identifier: MSS-238
Scope and Contents The majority of this collection consists of correspondence between Councilman Douglas and Toledo resisdents. Many of the letters address common citizen concerns: parking, traffic, noise disturbances, and nuisance businesses, among other topics. Also included is a report prepared for the Toledo Division of Police; subjects in this report include identification of problem areas, resource allocation, police organization, and call distribution.
Dates: 1974-1977

Harold J. Garner City Council Papers

 Collection — Box 1: [32887922539327]
Identifier: MSS-257
Scope and Contents The Harold J. Garner City Council Papers consist mostly of correspondence to and from Councilman Garner discussing issues of local interest such as housing and urban renewal. Other correspondence pertains to various departments (law, safety, public welfare). Additional materials in the collection include a strategy statement for the Model Cities program and legislation for consumer protection.
Dates: 1969-1973

Justice Judith Lanzinger Papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS-316
Scope and Contents The collection is organized into seven series as follows:Series 1: Court of Common Pleas, 1988-2002 Contains cases that she heard as a Judge for the Lucas County Court of Common Pleas from 1989-1997, including Capital Cases. This series includes one of the most important cases of her career, State v. Madrigal. Also contains her personal trial notes for individual cases from 1989-1999. Series 2: Appellate Court, 2002-2004 Consists of Judge Assignments from 2002-2004, which...
Dates: 1988-2016

Ordinance 575-50

 Digital Record
Identifier: utoledo:7764

City of Toledo - City Council Records

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS-297
Scope and Contents The Toledo City Records collection mostly consists of meeting minutes from the Board of Aldermen between 1874 and 1903, the Common Council between 1837 and 1905, and Joint Committee of Alderman and Council between 1874 and 1903. There are also letter books from the Clerk of Council from 1906 to 1925. There are five volumes of the Toledo Municipal Code from 1919 from the Committee of Publicity and Efficiency and two boxes from 1952. There are several bound books regarding...
Dates: 1837-1952

City of Toledo - Early Administrative Documents Collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS-328
Scope and Contents The collection is divided into two series: Series 1, Toledo city charter and amendments; and Series II, Miscellaneous early administrative records. Series I, Toledo city charter and amendments, documents the creation of the laws by which the city of was governed during much of its early history. It is arranged in chronological order. Prior to 1912 and the institution of home rule in Ohio, all charters for cities had to be approved by the legislature and signed by the Secretary...
Dates: 1837-1948

City of Toledo - Mayoral Papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS-343
Content Description The Toledo Mayor collection consists of nine and a third cubic feet of material. The collection spans from the years 1935 to 1948, as specified in the box/folder inventory. The collection contains various correspondence of the Mayor to the departmental directors, divisional heads, private citizens, city councilmen and vise-versa. The collection is organized first by the mayoral administration and then alphabetically. The collection though has its deficiencies, as some years of the mayoral...
Dates: 1934-1950

City of Toledo - Publications, Miscellaneous Records

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS-341
Content Description Consists of reports, studies, and miscellaneous administrative records. Each folder contains materials from a specific department, division, or board, but there is no distinguishable organization. See External Document for inventory.
Dates: 1915-1995

Toledo-Lucas County Civil Defense Records

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS-342
Scope and Contents The administration of the program was divided, initially, into four “special staff” groups: Communication, Transportation, Evacuation, and Mutual Aid and Mobile Assistance. The Advisory Council governed the program and was made-up of fifteen to twenty members including the City Manager and chaired by the Mayor. In December 1955, after much pressure and internal conflict, the city civil defense organization was merged with the Lucas County civil defense program under the auspice of James W....
Dates: 1950-1953