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Holyoke City Council regular meeting Text Size

Event takes place on August 05, 2014 at 7:00 PM
City Hall, Council Chambers, 536 Dwight St. Holyoke, MA

AGENDA FOR THE CITY COUNCIL
August 5,2014

PUBLIC COMMENT

COMMUNICATIONS

1.    From Mayor Alex B. Morse letter appointing Katherine Jackowski to the position of Temporary Auditor

2.    From Mayor Alex B. Morse, letter appointing Ms. Eileen Brady Leahy, 12 Park Slope to serve as a Commissioner of the Licensing Board for the City of Holyoke:  Ms. Leahy will serve a six year term; said term will expire on June 1, 2020

3.    From Mayor Alex B. Morse letter reappointing Sandra Parent, 347 Westfield Rd. to the Fairfield Avenue Historical Commission, effective July 1, 2014:  Ms. Parent will serve a three year term; said term will expire July 1, 2017

4.    From Mayor Alex B. Morse appointing 10 commissioners to the Council on aging and also re-appointing 3 commissioners to the Council on aging, they will serve a one year term; said term will expire on August 28, 2015

5.    From Mayor Alex B. Morse letter reappointing Mr. David Bartley, 25 Hillcrest Rd. as a member of the Holyoke Economic Development and Industrial Corporation (HEDIC), this seat on the Board of Directors represents the At-Large sector.  This is a three year term; said term will expire on June 30, 2017

6.    From Mayor Alex B. Morse letter re-appointing Mr. Robert H. Griffin, 30 Cleveland St. to serve as a commissioner for the Gas & Electric; Mr. Griffin will serve a six-year term; said term will expire on July 1, 2020

7.    From Mayor Alex B. Morse, letter appointing Ms. Libby Hernandez, 245 Walnut St. to serve as a commissioner of the Parks & Recreation; Ms. Hernandez will serve a 3-year term; said term will expire June 30, 2017

8.    From Mayor Alex B. Morse, letter requesting the City Council to pass an ordinance naming a section of Chestnut St. specifically the area in front of the former Holyoke Catholic Building “William Taupier Way”

9.    From Brenna Murphy McGee, City Clerk, minutes of previous City Council meeting from June 17, 2014 and special meeting held July 8, 2014

10.    From City Treasurer, Memo re: Change of Practice for the Treasurers office

11.    From Katherine M. Jackowski, Acting City Auditor weekly update on progress at the Auditors Office.

12.    From Damian J. Cote, Building Commissioner, six month progress report for the Department of Codes and Inspections

13.    From Kathleen Bowler, Executive Director Council on Aging, letter re:  past year bill

14.    Letter from Sullivan, Hayes & Quinn, LLC re:  Notice of intent not to renew

15.    Petitions from residents of Beaudoin Village about the proposal for parking stickers

16.    From Board of Health Minutes from April 15, May 13 and Emergency Board of Health Meeting Minutes, from May 15, 2014

17.    From License Board Commission, minutes from June 4, 2014

18.    From Holyoke Economic Development and Industrial Corporation, minutes from June 4, 2014

19.    From Holyoke Redevelopment Authority minutes from April 17, 2014

20.    From Board of Fire Commissioners minutes from April 9, 2014

21.    From Geriatric Authority of Holyoke, minutes from July 16, 2014

PRESIDENT’S REPORT

REPORTS OF COMMITTEES

22.    Ordinance Committee Reports (if any)

22A.    The Committee on Ordinance to whom was referred an order that section 6.4.6, Signs in Business and Industrial Districts, be amended to include an expanded BH (Business Highway) district classification area allowing up to 200 sq. feet by right and up to 300 sq. feet with a special permit of the Planning Board (6.4.6.2) for individual business uses having floor areas greater 25,000 sq. feet.  Recommend that the order be adopted

22B.    The Committee on Ordinance to whom was referred an order that section Section 78-57 (Speed Humps) be amended as follows a) A definition of “impacted segment” be included such that the impacted segment is defined as 300 ft. to either side of the zone proposed for location of the Hump, or to the nearest fully signalized intersection in that direction, whichever comes first. (b) the words “signed by at least three property owners” be replaced by “signed by at least one occupant of at least two thirds of the residential units within the impacted segment” (C) The words “impacted portion” be replaced with ‘impacted segment” (both terms are present in the current language)  Recommend that the order be adopted as amended

22C.    The Committee on Ordinance to whom was referred an order That the City Council  establish a zoning ordinance pertaining to medical marijuana and its associated facilities protecting the public health and safety while remaining consistent with applicable state law based on the minority report from the Committee on Ordinance.  Recommend that the order be adopted

22D.    The Committee on Ordinance to whom was referred an order Ordered: That Ordinance Sec 10-51 (Billiard etc. licenses) be changed to require a license issued by the License Commission rather than the City Council Recommend that the order be transferred to the Charter and Rules Committee

22E.    The Committee on Ordinance to whom was referred an order that the Ordinance Committee review and amend as necessary all ordinances pertaining to the organization and structure of the Law Dept. including job description not currently found in the City code.  Recommend that the order be adopted

22F.    The Committee on Ordinance to whom was referred an order Ordered: That Chapter 65(Second Hand Goods)be reviewed for (a) streamlining, (b) inclusion as one or more Divisions of Chapter 22 (Businesses), (c) to revise section 66-61 (License) replacing the City Council with the License Commission as the Issuing Authority, (d) that section 66-65 (Fees) be revised to eliminate reference to specific fees and grant fee-setting authority to the License Commission Recommend that the order be transferred to the Charter and Rules Committee

22G.    The Committee on Ordinance to whom was referred an order That Chapter 22 Article V (Pawnbrokers) be amended to replace permit issuance by the City Council with issuance by the License Commission, and that section 22-182 (Fee) be amended to remove reference to a specific amount and the setting of such fee be granted to the License Commission Recommend that the order be transferred to the Charter and Rules Committee

22H.    The Committee on Ordinance to whom was referred an order That Chapter 22 Sec 22-1 (Miscellaneous Business License Fees) be amended to strip reference to specific fee amounts and that control over that fee schedule be granted to the License Commission Recommend that the order be transferred to the Charter and Rules Committee

22I.    The Committee on Ordinance to whom was referred an order That Chapter 98 (Vehicles for Hire) be reviewed for (a) streamlining, (b) inclusion as one or more Divisions of Chapter 22 (Businesses), (c) to revise all appropriate sections replacing the City Council and/or the Chief of Police with the License Commission as the Issuing Authority, (d) that all appropriate sections be revised to strike reference to specific fees and to grant fee-setting authority to the License Commission  Recommend that the order be transferred to the Charter and Rules Committee

23.    Finance Committee Reports (if any)

23A.    The Committee on Finance to whom was referred an order requesting to rescind authorized but unissued borrowing amounts of $15,367,652 Recommend that the order be approved

23B.    The Committee on Finance to whom was referred an application for a Livery Services License for Joseph Harfoush of 288 West Franklin St. Holyoke MA Recommend that the license be approved

23C.    The Committee on Finance to whom was referred an application for a license to operate a taxicab in the City of Holyoke for Fara Bahremand of 58 Timber Dr. East Longmeadow MA  Recommend that the license be approved

23D.    The Committee on Finance to whom was referred an application for a license to keep 1 pool table on the property of 293 Clemente St.  Recommend that the license be approved

24.    Public Safety Committee Reports (if any)

24A.    The Committee on Public Safety to whom was referred an order due to concerns about speeding on Hillside Ave. and between Cherry St. and Woods Ave. the City Engineer review existing data and recommend whether or not the current 30 MPH speed limit should be changed to a lower limit Recommend that the order has been complied with

24B.    The Committee on Public Safety to whom was referred an order Ordered that the DPW repair the crosswalk signal buttons at the corner of Beech and Suffolk and at the corner of Beech and Dwight, in an effort to make streets safer for pedestrians  Recommend that the order has been complied with

24C.    The Committee on Public Safety to whom was referred an order that the City provide homeowners with a covered recycling bin in areas where traffic, wind or animals cause the contents of the open bins to become litter on the street  Recommend that the order has been complied with

24D.    The Committee on Public Safety to whom was referred an order that the City of Holyoke transfer all responsibility regarding maintaining all City traffic lights to the Holyoke Gas and Electric. The Holyoke Gas and Electric can maintain them in lieu of City taxes  Recommend that the order be given leave to withdraw

24E.    The Committee on Public Safety to whom was referred an order that the Fire Chief provide copies of all members of the department’s 2013 vacation schedule, sick time, time off cards, also the 2014 vacation schedule book Recommend that the order be given leave to withdraw

25.    Public Service Committee Reports (if any)

25A.    The Committee on Public Service to whom was referred an order That the DPW update the City Council on total numbers of signs and locations of the City information signs like that near the YMCA Recommend that the order has been complied with

25B.    The Committee on Public Service to whom was referred an order that the director to the Holyoke Senior Center provide a daily census for the last quarter. Please try to be as specific as possible and where in the City the participants/visitors come from. Recommend that the order has been complied with

25C.    The Committee on Public Service to whom was referred an order That the City look into moving the Adult Day Care Program from the Geriatric Authority to the new Holyoke Senior Center Recommend that the order has been complied with

25D.    The Committee on Public Service to whom was referred an order that the Holyoke Police Chief and Board of Health director come before the City Council to discuss a method for enforcing the health code violations at 277 Main St. due to excessive trash being dumped at the site since it burned down in a fire. The likely perpetrators are tenants in the adjacent building and it seems that either a) a police officer should open several bags in order to identify mail or other evidence regarding who is committing the violation or b) a live feed surveillance camera be set up in order to record individuals committing the violation as it takes place.  Recommend that the order has been complied with

25E.    The Committee on Public Service to whom was referred an order that the City Council present Barbara Baran a proclamation for being the recipient of the “2014 Business Person of the Year Award” by the Greater Holyoke Chamber of Commerce  Recommend that the order has been complied with

25F.    The Committee on Public Service to whom was referred an order That the Water Department take ownership and responsibility for maintenance of all pipes up to the water meter and adjust it’s rates accordingly to absorb the additional cost Recommend that the order be given leave to withdraw

25G.    The Committee on Public Service to whom was referred a Mayoral appointee Jon Florio to the Board of Registrar of Voters for the City of Holyoke Recommend that the order be given leave to withdraw

25H.    The Committee on Public Service to whom was referred a Mayoral appointee Michele Aubrey to the Registrar of Voters for the City of Holyoke Recommend that the order be given leave to withdraw

26.    Development and Governmental Relations Committee Reports (if any)

27.    Charter and Rules Committee Reports (if any)

MOTIONS, ORDERS AND RESOLUTIONS

28.    LEAHY    –    Order that there is a sign erected on Lyman Street (see attached)just above Main Street. There has been a lot of accidents with tractor trailers and the train bridge. The trucks are delivering paper to sonoco on water street.

29.    LEBRON-MARTINEZ    –    that a handicap parking be created at 771 Dwight St. for Sady Torres, placard #P02717148, Exp: August 1, 2014

30.    LISI    –    Ordered, that the DH Salary Schedule be amended to reflect the titles and hierarchy of the attorneys within the Law Department as a result of the amendments to Sections 2-151 through 2-160. Currently, the salary classification of the Staff Attorneys (DH 21) is higher than the salary classification of the 2nd Assistant City Solicitor (DH 20). The title Staff Attorney will be replaced with the title “Associate City Solicitor” and remain at the same classification of DH 21. The title of “Assistant City Solicitor” will be added and classified at DH 22, while the title and classification “2nd Assistant City Solicitor” will be deleted. The salaries of all current employees fall within this classification and there is no financial impact with this amendment.

31.    LISI    –    Ordered, that the PR Salary Scheduled be amended to change the salary classification of Principal Clerk from PR 3 to PR 10. Currently, the only non-union principal clerk is within the Law Department.

32.    LISI    –    that the City Council Ordinance Committee work with the Planning Department and City Clerk’s office to re-craft the application process for special permits for auto vehicle sales and vehicle repair. It has become clear that the current process does not serve the interest of business applicants, nor does it provide adequate information to relevant city departments involved in assessing proposed projects.

33.    MCGEE    –    Ordered:  That the sum of $2,000,000 is appropriated to pay the costs of repairs and improvements at three (3) City-owned park facilities: Roberts Athletic Complex, MacKenzie Stadium, and Crosier field sports facilities, including the payment of all costs incidental and related thereto, and that to meet this appropriation, the Treasurer, with the approval of the Mayor, is authorized to borrow said amount under and pursuant to Chapter 18 of the Acts of 1997, or pursuant to any other enabling authority, and to issue bonds or notes of the City therefore.  

Further Ordered: That the Treasurer is authorized to file an application to qualify under Chapter 44A of the General Laws any and all of the bonds or notes authorized to be issued pursuant to this Order, and to provide such information and execute such documents as may be required for such purposes.

34.    MCGEE    –    Ordered:  That the sum of $1,450,000 is appropriated to pay costs of demolishing a condemned building owned by the City as a tax possession, located at 400 High Street and known as the Essex Hotel, including the payment of all costs incidental and related thereto, and that to meet this appropriation, the Treasurer, with the approval of the Mayor, is authorized to borrow said amount under and pursuant to Chapter 18 of the Acts of 1997, or pursuant to any other enabling authority, and to issue bonds or notes of the City therefore.  

Further Ordered: That the Treasurer is authorized to file an application to qualify under Chapter 44A of the General Laws any and all of the bonds or notes authorized to be issued pursuant to this Order, and to provide such information and execute such documents as may be required for such purposes.

35.    MCGEE    –    that in accordance with M.G.L. Chapter 44 Sec. 53A, the City Council hereby accepts the provisions of the “GREEN COMMUNITIES” grant and authorizes the establishment of a Fund or other method appropriate for the accounting of the receipts and expenditures of all resources associated with the administration of said grant.

36.    MCGEE    –    that in accordance with M.G.L. Chapter 44 Sec. 53A, the City Council hereby accepts the provisions of the “FY15 EMD & TRAINING” grant and authorizes the establishment of a Fund or other method appropriate for the accounting of the receipts and expenditures of all resources associated with the administration of said grant.

37.    MCGEE    –    that in accordance with M.G.L. Chapter 44 Sec. 53A, the City Council hereby accepts the provisions of the “2014 EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JAG” grant and authorizes the establishment of a Fund or other method appropriate for the accounting of the receipts and expenditures of all resources associated with the administration of said grant.

38.    MCGEE    –    Ordered that the DPW install new sidewalks on Beacon Street.

39.    MCGEE    –    That the Holyoke Housing Authority create a Visitor Parking Only area at Beaudoin Village, that parking on street area only be authorized for residence of Beaudoin Village, that the HHA also look for grants in order to help pay for the new parking area

40.    MCGEE    –    That the Holyoke Housing Authority create parking stickers per housing unit in order to better address the car ownership issues surrounding the current sticker permit parking issues.

41.    MCGEE    –    That the Holyoke Housing Authority look into placing a unit number to a parking spot area like that of Jarvis Heights parking.

42.    MCGEE    –    Ordered, that the City of Holyoke rescinds the following authorized but unissued borrowing amounts that are no longer needed to pay costs of the projects for which they were initially approved (see attached list).

43.    SOTO    –    “That all members of the City Council should request that the Hampden County District Attorney conduct an independent investigation into the reason(s) for the $ 45,000 payment made by Mayor Alex B. Morse to former city solicitor Heather Egan to make sure there was nothing unethical, illegal or improper associated with said payment. The investigation would focus on the reason (s) the payment was made to guarantee that it was made in the best interests of the taxpayers of the City of Holyoke.”

44.    SOTO    –    That the City’s Emergency Management Director, the Police Chief and a representative from the Health Department come before the City Council and provide information on how we respond to emergencies when residents and/or their animals are displaced from their homes as a result of fires, natural disasters, human error, etc.

45.    SOTO    –    Ordered, that Section 2-34 of the Ordinances be reviewed and amended as necessary to prevent any office of city hall from closing early or closing during normal business hours.

46.    VACON    –    That section 5.4 of the zoning ordinance for special
    JOURDAIN        permit for multiple principal structures be amended
            to require the approval of the City Council.

47.    VACON    –     That the Law Department provide a legal opinion if
    JOURDAIN        members of the City Council are within the attorney/client
            privilege of any legal matter involving “the city”
            as a client when outside law firms have a contract
            for
legal services with “the city” as a client whether
            originated by the Mayor, City Solicitor or otherwise.
            Also, if there is ever an instance where the City
            Council would not be included in the scope of the
            attorney client privilege then please provide examples
            of possible exclusions.  Please provide the City Council
            with draft language for potential future ordinance
            formation so that any contract for legal services
            with “the city” as a client will require the City
            Council to be within the scope of any such Attorney
            Client privilege.

48.    VALENTIN    –    That a handicap sign be placed at 87 Beech St. for Jacobo Colón, Placard #P07463863, Expires:  Sept. 13, 2017

49.    VALENTIN    –    That in lieu of a costly and impracticable public acceptance of Owens Place as a public way, the City Council enacts an ordinance authorizing temporary repairs to Owens Place. According to Mass. Gen. Laws ch. 40, § 6N, a municipality’s voluntary undertaking to repair does not transform the nature of a private way into a public one. The ordinance or by-law authorizing temporary repair of a private way must “determine (a) the type and extent of repairs; (b) if drainage shall be included; (c) if the repairs are required by public necessity; (d) the number of percentage of abutters who must petition for such repairs; (e) if betterment charges shall be assessed; (f) the liability limit of the city or town on account of damages caused by such repairs; (g) if the ways shall have been opened to public use for a term of years; and (h) if a cash deposit shall be required for said repairs.”

50.    VALENTIN    –    That the current ordinance pertaining to “Use of public litter receptacles” (Chapter 74, Section 4) be reviewed to determine appropriate penalties and/or fines for improper use of these receptacles. The current wording states that “disposal of household refuse in public receptacles is also unlawful”, but it does not expand on any consequences in terms of this “unlawful” behavior. In addition, that signage be implemented as an option to discourage the improper use of these public litter receptacles. Ordinance currently states: “City-owned litter and trash receptacles placed adjacent to city streets and in public places are for the exclusive use of the transient public (pedestrians and motorists). City-owned receptacles shall not be used by adjacent business enterprises or other privately owned establishments in lieu of the receptacles they are required to provide. Disposal of household refuse in public receptacles is also unlawful.”

51.    VALENTIN    –    That a handicap sign be placed at 461 Appleton St. for Leyka Morales, placard #P99572166, Exp:  Jan. 8, 2019

52.    BARTLEY    –    The City Council name the street being built from
    VALENTIN        Westfield Rd. (Route 202) to Holyoke Community College
            in honor of John “Jack” Doyle.  Mr. Doyle, a 1951
            H.C.C. graduate, who passed away in 2011, was a Holyoke
            native, long-time member of the HCC Foundation Board
            and a strong advocate for the campus.  Naming the
            street in his honor is supported by both the current
            and past HCC administrations.  The name of “Jack Doyle
            Drive” or some similar name should be ordained.
    

53.    BARTLEY    –    That a handicap sign be placed in front of 44 Congress St. for Lester Forrette Jr. Placard #P07170906 Exp. July 6, 2016

54.    BARTLEY    –    That a handicap space be placed at 34 Congress Ave. for Josue Andujar, Placard #P90822734, Exp: June 20, 2018

55.    BARTLEY    –    The City Council suspend its rules and cancel its
    JOURDAIN        meeting of Tuesday, September 16, 2014.  The Eastern
            States Exposition, The Big E, has proclaimed that
            date to be a Salute to Holyoke.  It is the third year
            in a row that our City has received this designation
            and has been so recognized.

56.    BRESNAHAN    –    that Former City Solicitor Heather Egan come before the City Council to respond to the 13 points outlined by Sullivan, Hayes & Quinn in a letter dated June 16, 2014 with respect to Ms. Egan’s recent departure from the position of City Solicitor for the City of Holyoke.  We invite Ms. Egan to also discuss any aspect of her recent departure that she is legally allowed to discuss with us

57.    BRESNAHAN    –    That Marcos Marrero or his representative appear before council  to update the City Council on any and all development opportunities for the property known as pleasant street crossing

58.    BRESNAHAN    –    Order that the city treasurer come before the council to go into greater detail regarding his inter office memo dated June 23 in which he describes changes In practices.  These change in practices could negatively impact the tax payers of Holyoke.  The council would also like to discuss why city hall employees checks are now being mailed instead of distributed. This appears to be a waste of tax payers money.
Finally if the city clerk has any thoughts with respect to check distribution with both city hall and city hall annex employees checks that she appear as well for her thoughts.

59.    JOURDAIN    –    That the Polling Places for each of the voting precincts in the City of Holyoke for the State Primary to be held Tuesday, Sept. 9, 2014, be and the same are hereby designated as follows:
    ORDENA, que los lugares para cada recinto en la Ciudad de Holyoke para las Elecciones Estatal Primarias Esta que se llevaran a cabo el Tuesday, 9 de Septiembre 2014, sea y al igual, por este medio designado lo siguente:

WARD ONE   BARRIO UNO
PRECINCT A – Rosary Towers Recreation Room 21 Bowers St..
RECINTO A—Rosary Towers Recreation Room  21 de la Calle Bowers

PRECINCT B—Prospect Heights Community Room, 41 Chestnut St.
RECINTO B—Prospect Heights, 41 de la Calle Chestnut
WARD TWO   BARRIO DOS
        PRECINCT A—Morgan School Gym, South Bridge St. Entrance only
        RECINTO A—Gimnasio de la Escuela Morgan, en la Calle So. Bridge solamente

        PRECINCT B – Falcetti Towers, 475 Maple St.
        RECINTO B – Falcetti Towers, 475 de la Calle Maple
WARD THREE   BARRIO TRES
        PRECINCT A – Elmwood Engine House, South St.
        RECINTO A – Elmwood Engine House, en la Calle South

        PRECINCT B – Metcalf  School Gym, 2019 Northampton St.
        RECINTO B –Gimnasio de la Escuela Metcalf, 2019 de la Calle Northampton
WARD FOUR   BARRIOS CUATRO
        PRECINCT A& B – St. Paul’s Church Parish Center, Appleton St.
        RECINTO A&B – St. Paul’s Church Parish Center, en la Calle Appleton
WARD FIVE   BARRIOS CINCO
        PRECINCT A – Lt. Elmer J. McMahon School Gym, Kane Rd.
        RECINTO A—Gimnasio de la Escuela McMahon, en la Calle Kane

        PRECINCT B – Maurice A. Donahue School Gym, Whiting Farms Rd.
        RECINTO B—Gimnasio de la Escuela Donahue, en la Calle Whiting Farms
WARD SIX   BARRIO SEIS
        PRECINCT A&B –Sullivan School 400 Jarvis Ave.
        RECINTO A&B – Escuela Sullivan, 400 de la Calle Jarvis
WARD SEVEN   BARRIO SIETE
        PRECINCT A&B – E. N. White School Gym, 1 Jefferson St.
        PRECINTO A&B– Gimnasio de la Escuela E. N. White, 1 de la Calle Jefferson

60.    JOURDAIN    –    That the State Primaries for the nomination of candidates of Political Parties for offices to be filled at the State Primary in 2014, be and they are hereby called to be held in the City of Holyoke on Tuesday, September 9, 2014, in the several polling places as designated by the City Council.  The polls will be opened at 7:00AM, and remain open continuously thereafter until 8:00PM when the polls will be closed, and all voters of political parties will in the several polling places in which they are entitled to vote, between said hours, give in their votes for the nomination of candidates of political parties for the following offices:
    Que las Primarias del Estado para la nominacion de candidatos del Partido Politico para las oficinas que seran ocupadas en la eleccion estatal primaria en el ano 2014, sea y illos de por este medio llamado a que lleve a cabo en la Ciudad de Holyoke el Martes, Septiembre, 9, 2014, en los varios lugares de votacion, como designado por el concejo municipal.  Las urnas seran abiertas a las 7:00AM, y permaneceran abiertas continuamente de alli en adelante hasta las 8:00PM cuando las urnas sean cerrada, y todas los votantes de los partidos politico en los varios lugares de votacion en el cual ellos tienen derecho a votar, entredicha horas ceder sus votos para la nominacion de candidatos del partido politico para las siguentes oficinas:

Senator in Congress – Senador del Congreso
Governor – Gobernador
Lt. Governor – Vice Gobernador
Attorney General – Fiscal General
Secretary of State – Secretario de Estado
Treasurer – Tesorero
Auditor – Auditor
Representative in Congress – Representante en el Congreso
Councillor – Concejal
Senator in General Court – Senador de la Legislatura Estatal
Representative in General Court – Representante de la Legislatura Estatal
District Attorney – Fiscal de Distrito
Register of Probate – Registrador Testamentario

61.    JOURDAIN    –    that the City of Holyoke return 400 High St. (Essex House) to it’s former owners

62.    JOURDAIN    –    That the DPW repair and/or replace the sidewalks along
    LEAHY        Northampton Street from Vadnais St to Wyckoff Ave
    TALLMAN        as soon as possible.
 

Addendum:
The listing of matters are those reasonably anticipated by the chair which may be discussed at the meeting.  
Not all items listed may in fact be discussed and other items not listed may also be brought up for discussion to the extent permitted by law

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                  City Clerk


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