CITY OF WORCESTER

CITY CLERK DEPARTMENT

CALENDAR OF THE CITY COUNCIL – DECEMBER 16, 2003

7:00 P.M.

 

Convened:  7:02 P.M.

Adjourned:  9:50 P.M.

 

 

1.       INVOCATION – Fr. Michael Bafaro

Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church

 

2.       PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE/STAR SPANGLED BANNER

 

3.       ROLL CALL – All present

 

4.       PRESENTATION OF RESOLUTION RECOGNIZING THE WORCESTER VIKINGS PEE-WEE FOOTBALL TEAM ON WINNING THE STATE CHAMPIONSHIP.

 

5.       PRESENTATION OF RESOLUTION RECOGNIZING SUZANNE M. BUGLIONE AS THE 2003 RECIPIENT OF THE RICHARD SMITH AWARD GIVEN BY THE MASSACHUSETTS ASSOCIATION OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATIONS.

 

6.       PRESENTATION OF RESOLUTION SUPPORTING RECOGNITION OF THE HERITAGE AND FREEDOM FLAG AS THE OFFICIAL SYMBOL OF THE WORCESTER VIETNAMESE-AMERICAN COMMUNITY.

 

Mayor Murray presented a citation to Jim Donohoe from Tweed’s Restaurant recognizing his efforts with Sports Alive

 

7.       ITEMS OF CITIZEN INTEREST

 

7a.     ITEMS OF DEPARTMENTAL OR EMPLOYEE INTEREST

 

PETITIONS

 

          8-22 REFERRED TO PLANNING BD.

 

8.       Anthony J. Vigliotti request to accept Anchor St. as a public street. (Attachments)

 

9.       William Magnusson request to remove a portion of Capital St. from the City Map.  (Attachments)

 

10.     Attorney Samuel DeSimone request to amend the Zoning Map of the City of Worcester by establishing an Adaptive Reuse Overlay District over a portion of the area presently MG-2 at or near the intersection of Exeter St. and Freemont St. (Amended)  (Attachments)

 

11.     Attorney Jonathan Finkelstein on behalf of Winter Heights Trust request to make public Hibiscus Dr. and add it to the Official Map. (Attachments)

 

12.     Attorney Jonathan Finkelstein on behalf of Winter Heights Trust request to make public Russell Calvin Dr. and add it to the Official Map. (Attachments)

 

13.     Attorney Jonathan Finkelstein on behalf of Winter Heights Trust request to make public Jasmine Dr. and add it to the Official Map. Attachments)

 

14.     Attorney Jonathan Finkelstein on behalf of Winter Heights Trust request to make public Oriental Dr. and add it to the Official Map. Attachments)

 

15.     Attorney Jonathan Finkelstein on behalf of Winter Heights Trust request to make public Azalea Dr. and add it to the Official Map. Attachments)

 

16.     Attorney Jonathan Finkelstein on behalf of Winter Heights Trust request to make public Snowy Owl Lane and add it to the Official Map. (Attachments)

 

17.     Attorney Jonathan Finkelstein on behalf of Winter Heights Trust request to make public Taj Dr. and add it to the Official Map. Attachments)

 

18.     Attorney Jonathan Finkelstein on behalf of Winter Heights Trust request to make public Nizam Dr. and add it to the Official Map. (Attachments)

 

19.     Attorney Jonathan Finkelstein on behalf of Afra Realty request to make public Corinth Dr. and add it to the Official Map.  (Attachments)

 

20.     Attorney Jonathan Finkelstein on behalf of Afra Realty request to make public Reardon St. and add it to the Official Map. (Attachments)

 

21.     Attorney Jonathan Finkelstein on behalf of Afra Realty request to make public Saffron Dr. and add it to the Official Map. (Attachments)

 

22.     Attorney Jonathan Finkelstein on behalf of Afra Realty and Winter Heights Trust request to make public Rainbow Dr. and add it to the Official Map.  (Attachments)    

 

          22a REFERRED TO PUBLIC SERVICE & TRANSPORATION COMMITTEE – Suspension of Rules

 

22a.   Councillor Philip Palmieri request repair of light pole at 11 Brookdale St. and replacement of street sign.  Referred to Public Service & Transportation Committee – Suspension of Rules   (Attachments)

 

          23 - 24a REFERRED TO PUBLIC WORKS COMMITTEE

 

23.     Anthony J. Vigliotti request to correct, repair or replace water connection to 12 Davis Way.  (Attachments)

 

24.     Fontini Giourelis et al request private street maintenance on Maybrook Place.  (Attachments)

 

24a.   Mayor Timothy Murray & Councillor Stephen Abraham on behalf of William Stock request sidewalk repair on odd numbered side of Hope Ave. from #81 through #205.  Referred to Public Works Committee – Suspension of Rules   (Attachments)

 

        25 - 26c REFERRED TO TRAFFIC & PARKING COMMITTEE

 

25.     Glenda Ward request removal of handicap parking from in front of 19 Elizabeth St.  (Attachments)

 

26.     Monica Polanco request new crosswalk on Lincoln St. at the intersection of Green Hill Parkway.  (Attachments)

 

26a.   Mayor Timothy Murray & Councillor Philip Palmieri on behalf of Lorenzo Atwood request black and white posted Speed Limit sign on Millbrook St. coming from the direction of Burncoat St.  Referred to Traffic & Parking Committee – Suspension of Rules (Attachments)

 

26b.   Mayor Timothy Murray & Councillor Philip Palmieri on behalf of Lorenzo Atwood request “Dangerous Curve” sign near 171 Millbrook St. facing traffic coming from the direction of Burncoat St.  Referred to Traffic & Parking Committee – Suspension of Rules  (Attachments)

 

26c.   Mayor Timothy Murray & Councillor Philip Palmieri on behalf of William Stock, Seven Hills Foundation request “Slow” traffic signs at the off ramp from I-290 where it merges onto Hope Ave.  Referred to Traffic & Parking Committee – Suspension of Rules  (Attachments)

 

          27 HEARING SET FOR JANUARY 6, 2004 – 7:00 P.M.

 

27.     MASSACHUSETTS ELECTRIC COMPANY and VERIZON NEW ENGLAND, INC. for a joint pole location on:  ORIENT ST. (Attachments)

 

CHAIRMAN’S ORDER

 

          27a FROM COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE – ADOPTED – Suspension of Rules

 

27a.   Request City Manager to prepare an unexpended balances report similar to the report submitted December 16, 2003 for Economic Development Accounts that reconciles to the City Auditor’s ledgers.  Further, that said report identify the committed amounts by account, which have yet to be expended in the Block Grant accounts, and the reasons/justifications for the commitments identified in the report.  Further, in the event that unexpended balances exist in the Block Grant, that the City Manager provide to the City Council recommendations for the uses of those balances.  (Attachments)

 

ORDERS

 

28.     Request Administration report to City Council the amounts of money seized by and/or forfeited to the City of Worcester and its Police Department in connection with all police operations and actions for the period of the most recent two years.  (Murray)   (Attachments)

 

          Mayor Murray moved to amend: Further, request report include any arrangements that are made with any authority or entity as to how money is received and the formula for returning that money back to the City of Worcester.  Further, is there a statute that relates to this or is it something each community does specifically as it relates to the District Attorney’s Office.  Adopted, as amended

 

29.     Request Law Department research the legislative history behind making the License Commission appointment a partisan one in accordance with MGL Chapter 138, Section 4.  (Gomez) (Attachments)

 

          Placed on file

 

30.     Request Administration to provide City Council with a listing of all master plans conducted in the past 12 months and master plans currently anticipated to be conducted, the cost and source of funding of each plan.  (Lukes)  (Attachments)

 

          Adopted

 

31.     Request Administration to consider devising design plans of a skybridge spanning across Worcester Center Boulevard to the new Hilton Garden Inn Hotel site and the convention center as also a public art project and as a potential trademark for the City of Worcester which could be illustrated at other gateways or entrances into the City.   (Lukes)  (Attachments)

 

          Adopted

 

32.     Request Administration to communicate with CIGNA regarding the future of any entertainment facilities located in the Mall, such as the Foothills Theater.  (Lukes)  (Attachments)

 

          Adopted

 

33.     Request Administration report on the security/safety concerns regarding railroad crossings in the downtown and Union Station areas.  (Lukes) (Attachments)

 

          Adopted

 

33a.   Request City Manager to provide a report relative to all denominations over $10,000.00 in Community Development and Local Law Enforcement Block Grants funds as to the amount originally budgeted in each account  and the amount expended from each account.   Motion-Petty @ #39CC – Adopted (Attachments)

 

33b.   Request City Manager report as to why the city has so many unexpended balances in the account called Economic Development under the Block Grant.   Motion-Clancy @ #39CC – Adopted

          (Attachments)

 

33c.   Request City Manager to contact the PIP Board of Directors to request the Board delay taking any formal action regarding the sale or merger of the PIP organization until there has been input gathered from the public and all community stakeholders.  Haller – Suspension of Rules – Adopted  (Attachments)

 

33d.   Request Administration to contribute to the public discussion on the sale or merger of the PIP to SMOC by working with the City Manager’s Commission on Homelessness to facilitate these meetings.  Haller – Suspension of Rules - Adopted

          (Attachments)

 

33e.   Request City Manager to report on discussions that have taken place between the Administration, the  PIP Board of Directors and SMOC.  Murray – Suspension of Rules – Adopted  (Attachments)

 

33f.    Request Administration to establish a process to appeal a ticket for violating the winter parking ban.  Gomez – Suspension of Rules – Adopted  (Attachments)

 

33g.   Request Administration to seek Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Government Performance Reporting Demonstration Grants Program grant.  Murray – Suspension of Rules – Adopted   (Attachments)

 

33h.   Request City Manager to not lose sight of the parking issue in and around the new Court House.  Abraham – Suspension of Rules – Adopted  (Attachments)

 

33i.    Request City Manager to report relative to the noise ordinance; how the issue of playing fields, public address systems, different games in different parks and playgrounds would be affected by this Ordinance.  Abraham – Suspension of Rules – Adopted  (Attachments)

 

33j.    Request City Manager to provide an interim report relative to the sale of naming rights to the Centrum.  Irish – Suspension of Rules – Adopted  (Attachments)

 

33k.   Request City Manager to increase Police enforcement on Cataract St.  Petty – Suspension of Rules – Adopted  (Attachments)

 

COMMUNICATIONS

 

34.     Thomas R. Hoover, City Manager requesting that the Order adopted on December 9, 2003 transferring $200,000.00 from Account #91C711, Building Rehabilitation and appropriated to Account #26C704, Fire Department Building Rehabilitation for the payment of contractual obligations related to the back-up communications center be rescinded and  recommending $200,000.00 be transferred from Account #91C780, Citywide Capital Equipment and appropriated to Account #26C701, Fire Department Capital Equipment to provide funds for a back-up communications center at McKeon Rd. Fire Station.  (Attachments)

 

          Order adopted on a roll call 9-0 (Gomez, Haller absent)

 

35.     Thomas R. Hoover, City Manager requesting adoption of an Order transferring jurisdiction of the foreclosed property at 722 Plantation St. to the Office of Economic Development. (Attachments)

 

          Order adopted on a roll call 11-0

 

36.     Thomas R. Hoover, City Manager transmitting communication relative to using State Community Policing funds as a local match for the Federal Universal Hiring Grant.  (Attachments)

 

          Placed on file

 

37.     Thomas R. Hoover, City Manager transmitting communication relative to Local Law Enforcement Block Grant Round 8. (Attachments)

 

          Referred to Public Safety Committee

 

38.     Thomas R. Hoover, City Manager transmitting communication relative to Union Station – surface parking lot construction. (Attachments)

 

          Tabled under privilege (Clancy)

 

39.     James DelSignore, City Auditor transmitting financial information regarding the Community Development Block Grant and Local Law Enforcement Block Grant programs.  (Attachments)

 

          Tabled under privilege (Petty)

 

40.     James DelSignore, City Auditor transmitting two financial statements and the independent auditor’s report for the Worcester Centrum Centre Fund – Arena Component and Convention Center Component for the years ended June 30, 2003 and 2002.  (Attachments)

 

          Referred to Municipal Operations Committee

 

41.     James DelSignore, City Auditor transmitting the City’s Comprehensive Annual report for the year ended June 30, 2003. (Attachments)

 

          Referred to Municipal Operations Committee

 

41a.   Thomas R. Hoover, City Manager transmitting report on the unencumbered balances for the Economic Development accounts within the Community Development Block Grant.

 

          Placed on file – Suspension of Rules

 

RESOLUTION

 

42.     That the City Council supports recognition of the Heritage and Freedom flag as the official symbol of the Worcester Vietnamese-American community.  (Murray, Abraham, Clancy, Gomez, Haller, Irish, Lukes, Palmieri, Patton, Perotto, Petty)  (Attachments)

 

          Adopted on a roll call 11-0

 

43.     RECESS TO FINANCE AND ORDINANCE:  No Items Pending

 

REPORTS

 

          44 ACCEPTED & ORDER ADOPTED

 

44.     REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON ORDINANCES Upon the Report of the Planning Board upon the Petition of Paula Lapomardo requesting that the City of Worcester add Flower Hill Dr. from Salisbury St. to terminus, a distance of approximately 875.72’ to the Official Map:  recommend adoption of the accompanying Order. (Attachments)

 

          45-47 VOTED TO ADVERTISE PROPOSED ORDINANCES

 

45.     REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON ORDINANCES Upon the Report of the Planning Board upon the Petition of Attorney John Burke on behalf of St. Francis Home requesting to amend the City of Worcester Zoning Ordinance to allow by Special Permit a nursing or convalescent home/institution/facility in an RS-7 zone by substituting the words “Special Permit” for the word “No” on line 12 of the column designated RS-7 in Table 4.1, Permitted Uses by Zoning Districts, General Use:  recommend passage of the accompanying proposed Ordinance.  (Attachments)

 

46.     REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON ORDINANCES Upon the Report of the Planning Board upon the Petition of Attorney Samuel DeSimone requesting to amend the Worcester Zoning Ordinance to allow the Planning Board to waive dimensional controls set forth in Table 4.2 of the Ordinance in Adaptive Reuse Overlay Districts:  recommend passage of the accompanying proposed Ordinance. (Attachments)

 

47.     REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON ORDINANCES Upon the Report of the Planning Board upon the Petition of Attorney Robert Longden on behalf of Ledle, Inc. requesting to amend the Official Zoning Map to change the zoning district classification for a parcel of land off Plantation St. from RG-5 to ML-0.5:  recommend passage of the accompanying proposed Ordinance.  (Attachments)

 

 

          48 ACCEPTED

 

48.     REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON ORDINANCES Upon the Report of the Planning Board upon the Petition of Attorney Samuel DeSimone requesting to amend the Zoning Map by establishing an Adaptive Reuse Overlay District over a portion of that area of the City presently zoned Institutional Medical (IN-H) at or near the intersection of Providence and Vernon Sts.:  recommend Petitioner be given leave to withdraw without prejudice.  (Attachments)

 

          49-138 ACCEPTED

 

REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC SAFETY Upon the following Communications of the City Manager: recommend Communications be placed on file.

 

49.     Relative to requesting the Newspaper to report home and Worcester address when reporting arrests.  (Attachments)

 

50.     Relative to Police report on the area bordered by Main, West, Highland and Elm Streets from January 2002 to the present. (Attachments)

 

51.     Relative to Police Officers on paid detail also citing for traffic violations. (Attachments)

 

52.     Relative to placing a cap on Paid Detail for Police Officers. (Attachments)

 

53.     Relative to options for taking authority over people who are taken into protective custody.  (Attachments)

 

54.     Relative to problems on Shrewsbury Street regarding liquor establishments.  (Attachments)

 

55.     Relative to Water Safety Officer assigned to Indian Lake. (Attachments)

 

56.     Relative to noise by watercrafts, enforcement on various bodies of water in Worcester and agreement with the Town of Shrewsbury regarding enforcement on Lake Quinsigamond.  (Attachments)

 

57.     Relative to whether Worcester Police can enforce noise laws when patrolling Lake Quinsigamond.  (Attachments)

         

58.     Relative to status of  vandalism in the Beechmont St. area. (Attachments)

 

59.     Relative to condition of Worcester Police Department Vehicles. (Attachments)

 

60.     Relative to results of investigation into the more recent murders recorded in the City of Worcester.  (Attachments)

 

61.     Relative to addresses where drug related arrests were made within the past 12 Months.  (Attachments)

 

62.     Relative to Worcester residents registered as Level 3 Sex Offenders. (Attachments)

 

63.     Relative to Fourth Quarter Calendar Year 2002 Crime Statistics. (Attachments)

 

64.     Relative to the Community Services Unit.  (Attachments)

 

65.     Relative to the Community Services Unit. (Attachments)

 

66.     Relative to deployment of Police personnel. (Attachments)

         
67.     Relative to standard response time to 911 calls.  (Attachments)
         

68.     Relative to updated figures concerning arrests for prostitution. (Attachments)

 

69.     Relative to strategy to significantly reduce prostitution. (Attachments)

 

70.     Relative to complaint calls and arrests with regard to prostitution for 2003 by the month.  (Attachments)

 

 71.    Relative to number of arrests made with regard to prostitution by month for 2003.  (Attachments)

 

72.     Relative to arrests for prostitution that have occurred in Green Hill Park for a 6 month period.  (Attachments)

 

73.     Relative to a report from the Joint Committee of the License Commission for the City of Worcester and Worcester Area Colleges. (Attachments)

 

74.     Relative to Prevention & Education: Minors & Alcoholic Beverage Consumption.  (Attachments)

 

75.     Relative to copy of the Keg Law.   (Attachments)

 

76.     Relative to owners of properties associated with the disturbances in the College Hill Area.  (Attachments)

 

77.     Relative to arrests – College Hill/Holy Cross.  (Attachments)

 

78.     Relative to update on college-aged arrests.  (Attachments)

 

79.     Relative to update on college aged arrests. (Attachments)

 

80.     Relative to technical support for laptop computers in Police vehicles. (Attachments)

 

81.     Relative to cruisers supplied with laptop computers. (Attachments)

         

82.     Relative to police patrol at Green Hill Park. (Attachments)

 

83.     Relative to additional police coverage on Shrewsbury St. (Attachments)

 

84.     Relative to the number of arrests at 14 Shepard Street. (Attachments)

 

85.     Relative to shortage of support in the Bureau of Records at the Worcester Police Department.  (Attachments)

 

86.     Relative to candidates for the position of Chief of Police. (Attachments)

 

87.     Relative to cost to the city for responding to calls and complaints related to the PIP Shelter.  (Attachments)

         

88.     Relative to crime statistics for the area surrounding the Public Inebriate Program.  (Attachments)

         

89.     Relative to solutions & problem solving strategies dealing with urban crimes.   (Attachments)

         

90.     Relative to making an arrest on a civil warrant.  (Attachments)

         

91.     Relative to recent shooting at vehicles on Fruit and Newbury Sts. (Attachments)

 

92.     Relative to the number of complaint calls and arrests made relative to several addresses in the City.  (Attachments)

         

93.     Relative to addresses where arrests have occurred year to date in 2003. (Attachments)

         

94.     Relative to level of staffing in the Traffic Division.  (Attachments)

         

95.     Relative to the Worcester Police Department Canine Unit. (Attachments)

 

96.     Relative to response to NIOSH report on the Worcester Cold Storage and Warehouse Fire Report.  (Attachments)

 

97.     Relative to the NIOSH report.  (Attachments)

 

98.     Relative to completed report from the Fire Study Task Force which was established in August of 2000 to look at ways of implementing the recommendations of the TriData Corporation Study of the Worcester Fire Department.  (Attachments)

 

99.     Relative to synopsis of Fire Department vacation schedule. (Attachments)

 

100.   Relative to recommendation regarding relocation of Central St. fire apparatus.   (Attachments)

 

101.   Relative to the feasibility of placing a new fire station on Franklin St. adjacent to the site of the Worcester Cold Storage and Warehouse tragedy.  (Attachments)

 

102.   Relative to potential cost of construction of a new three tier fire station.  (Attachments)

         

103.   Relative to projected increase in the number of runs in the event the Central St. facility is closed.  (Attachments)

         

104.   Relative to Investigated Structure Fires – Year 2002. (Attachments)

 

105.   Relative to Updated Chart on Accidental Fires. (Attachments)

 

106.   Relative to the City’s actions to prevent a tragedy such as the recent fire in Rhode Island.  (Attachments)

 

107.   Relative to fire station needs.   (Attachments)

 

108.   Relative to equipment purchased recently by and for the Worcester Fire Department.  (Attachments)

         

109.   Relative to implementing light rescue vehicles. (Attachments)

 

110.   Relative to fire companies closing during the summer months. (Attachments)

 

111.   Relative to cost for computers for the Fire Department. (Attachments)
         

112.   Relative to the HUD requirements for CDBG and LLEBG grants as related to using these funds to cover salaries and the planned use for prior years CDBG unexpended balances. (Attachments)

 

113.   Relative to make up of the Advisory Committee for the FY’02 Law Enforcement Block Grant.  (Attachments)

 

114.   Relative to FY’03 Local Law Enforcement Public Safety Equipment Grant Award to the City of Worcester in the amount of $108,000.00 from the Massachusetts Office of Public Safety.  (Attachments)

 

115.   Relative to the City’s usage of our LLEBG funds. (Attachments)

         
116.   Relative to the recidivism rate of youth that have utilized the Juvenile
          Accountability Incentive Block Grant.  (Attachments)

 

117.   Relative to FY’03 Firefighter Public Safety Equipment Grant Award to the City of Worcester in the amount of $102,000.00 from the Massachusetts Office of Public Safety.  (Attachments)

 

118.   Relative to grant monies to build a firefighter training facility in the City.  (Attachments)

 

119.   Relative to CDBG funding for a new fire station. (Attachments)

 

120.   Relative to assistance to Firefighters Programs. (Attachments)

         

121.   Relative to grants awarded to the Fire Department. (Attachments)

         

122.   Relative to Neighborhood Mini-Grant Program. (Attachments)

 

123.   Relative to the City’s receipt of two funding awards in the amount of $45,053.00 (for Worcester’s Adult Project Turnaround) and $29,750.00 (for the Youth Project Turnaround) under the Safe Neighborhood Grant Program administered by the Massachusetts Executive Office of Public Safety.  (Attachments)

 

124.   Relative to U.S. Department of Justice Weed and Seed Program. (Attachments)

 

125.   Relative to the City’s Weed & Seed Official Recognition Application to the U.S. Attorney’s Office.  (Attachments)

 

126.   Relative to the Weed and Seed Program Selection Announcement. (Attachments)

 

127.   Relative to Weed & Seed Initiative.  (Attachments)

 

128.   Relative to the City of Worcester’s official recognition as a Weed and Seed Site.  (Attachments)

         

129.   Relative to FY’03 Local Law Enforcement Block Grant (LLEBG) Process.   (Attachments)

           
130.   Relative to the Local Law Enforcement Block Grant (LLEBG) public hearings.  (Attachments)

         

131.   Relative to prioritizing calls of the Communications Department. (Attachments)

 

132.   Relative to Communications Department March 8, 2003 Cutover Microwave Project.  (Attachments)

 

133.   Relative to Cutover Microwave Project.   (Attachments)

         

134.   Relative to number of calls to the Complaint Line (799-8606) by the month.  (Attachments)

           

135.   Relative to communication default calls.  (Attachments)

 

136.   Relative to monthly report on the categories of complaints made on the Complaint Line.  (Attachments)
         

137.   Relative to October 2003 – Monthly report on the categories of complaints made on the complaint line. (Attachments)

         

138.   REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC SAFETY Upon the  Communication of James DelSignore, City Auditor transmitting City of Worcester Police Salary Account Projection for year ending June 30, 2004:  recommend Communication be placed on file.  (Attachments)

 

TO BE ORDAINED

 

          139 & 140 ORDAINED ON A ROLL CALL 10-0 (Patton absent)

 

139.   Amending Section 2, Article III of the Worcester Zoning Ordinance adopted April 2, 1991 relative to a zone change in the Piedmont St. area.  (Attachments)

 

140.   Amending the Worcester Zoning Ordinance adopted April 2, 1991 relative to an Adaptive Reuse Overlay in the area of Beacon St.

          (Attachments)

 

TABLED UNDER PRIVILEGE

 

          141 – Taken off the Table and Order adopted on a roll call 10-0 (Patton absent)  Reconsideration denied on a voice vote

 

141.   Communication of the City Manager recommending that $206.472.00 from the following unexpended CDBG Economic Development Program accounts balances:

 

ACCOUNT

DESCRIPTION

     AMOUNT

14S42326

Econ. Dev. Salaries/Fringe

$ 30,267.00

14S42327

Econ. Dev. Salaries/Fringe

     976.24

14SSED27

Econ. Dev. Salaries/Fringe

10,065.27

14SEOM27

Econ. Dev. Ordinary Maint.

2,486.79

14S42328

Econ. Dev. Salaries/Fringe

92,885.84

14S42325

Econ. Dev. Loan Pool

48,660.00

14S42326

Econ. Dev. Loan Pool

   21,130.86

 

Total

$206,472.00

          be appropriated to:

ACCOUNT

DESCRIPTION

      AMOUNT

14S42326

Economic Development

$ 30,267.00

14S42327

Economic Development

13,528.30

14S42328

Economic Development

92,885.84

14S42325

Economic Development

48,660.00

14S42326

Economic Development

    21,130.86

 

Total

$206,472.00

 

For the purpose of funding design services in connection with the proposed construction of the new hotel on the site of the current Central Street Fire Station. (Attachments)

_____________________________________________________________

SCHEDULED MEETINGS OF THE STANDING COMMITTEES

 

DECEMBER 15, 2003           MUNICIPAL              COUNCIL CHAMBER

       6:00 P.M.                       OPERATIONS

 

DECEMBER 18, 2003       ELDER AFFAIRS           ROOM 310

      6:00 P.M.                                                             CITY HALL

 

DECEMBER 18, 2003           MILITARY                 ROOM 310

      7:00 P.M.                          AFFAIRS                   CITY HALL

____________________________________________________________

 

PLEASE NOTE: THERE WILL BE NO CITY COUNCIL MEETING ON DECEMBER 23, 2003 AND DECEMBER 30, 2003

 

 

THE NEXT REGULAR MEETING OF THE CITY COUNCIL WILL BE HELD ON JANUARY 6, 2004 AT 7:00 P.M.

_____________________________________________________________

 

INAUGURAL EXERCISES – FRIDAY, JANUARY 2, 2004–5:30 P.M.

ALDEN HALL ON THE CAMPUS OF WPI.  THIS EVENT IS FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.  DINNER WILL FOLLOW IN THE CAMPUS CENTER.  DINNER TICKETS ARE $25.00 PER PERSON AND ARE AVAILABLE IN THE CITY CLERK’S OFFICE.

 

 

 

 

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