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Event takes place on June 05, 2018 at 7:00 PM
City Hall, City Council Chambers, 536 Dwight St. Holyoke, MA 01040

AGENDA FOR THE CITY COUNCIL
June 5,2018

LAID ON THE TABLE

1. FY2019 Municipal Budget

2. The Committee on Finance to whom was referred an order Ordered that there be and is hereby appropriated by transfer in the fiscal year 2018, Seventy-five thousand and 00/100 Dollars ($75,000) as follows:
FROM:
*****-*****    Free Cash        $75,000
        TOTAL:    $75,000
TO:
11512-53010    Special Counsel        $75,000
        TOTAL:    $75,000 Recommend that the order be adopted

3. The Committee on Finance to whom was referred an order that there be and is hereby appropriated by transfer in the fiscal year 2018, Thirty-three thousand and 00/100 Dollars ($33,000) as follows:
FROM:
12101-51109    PAY-Reserve Officer        $20,000
12101-51323    Snow Tow        13,000
        TOTAL:    $33,000
TO:
12102-52410    Motor Vehicle Repairs        $20,000
12102-54830    Motor Vehicle Supplies        13,000
        TOTAL:    $33,000 Recommend that the order be adopted

PUBLIC COMMENT

COMMUNICATIONS

4. From Mayor Alex B. Morse letter reappointing Mr. Donald Welch, 11D Arbor Way to serve as a member of the Commission on Disabilities for the City of Holyoke: Mr. Welch will serve a three-year term; said term will expire on March 2021.

5. From Mayor Alex B. Morse letter appointing Ms. Rachel H. Graber, 120 Morgan St. to serve as a member of the Library Board of Directors for the City of Holyoke: Ms. Graber will replace Charlie Berrios and will serve a three-year term; said term will expire in February 2021.

6. From Paul Payer, City Solicitor letter re: Hiring of Associate City Solicitor position with the Law Department effective June 18, 2018.

7. From Brenna Murphy McGee, City Clerk minutes of May 15, 2018.

8. From Bellamy Schmidt, City Auditor re: Monthly Budget Reports for general fund and sewer fund as of March 31 and April 30, 2018.

9. From Alicia M. Zoeller, Administrator Office of Community Development letter re: Final FFY2018 Allocations.

10. From Michael McManus, Superintendent Department of Public Works letter re: 2018 tree removal update.

11. From Board of Public Works minutes of April 9, 2018.

12. From Board of Fire Commissioner minutes of April 25, 2018.

PETITIONS

13. Petition for a special permit for a Marijuana Manufacturing Establishment (MME) for Holyoke Gardens, LLC at 5 Appleton St.

14. Petition for a special permit for an installation of an automatic teller machine for Westfield Bank at 1650 Northampton St.

15. Petition of Erin Kelly for a Special permit for a home occupation for Yoga Classes at 123 Homestead Ave.

PRESIDENT’S REPORT

REPORTS OF COMMITTEES

16. Ordinance Committee Reports (if any)

16A. The Committee on Ordinance to whom was referred an order That ARTICLE I section 42-18   Permit fees of the Fire Prevention Code be reviewed.  This section deals with permit fees and all are substantially less than in surrounding communities. Recommend that the order be adopted as amended

16B. The Committee on Ordinance to whom was referred an order:  DPW install a Stop sign where Russell Terrace intersects South St.  Amend the city ordinances as follows:
Add the following to Section 86-325 Schedule IV: Stop Streets

Street Stopped        Direction of Travel                            Intersection

Russell Terr.              Southerly                                            South St. Recommend that the order be adopted

16C. The Committee on Ordinance to whom was referred an order That a complete review of Chapter 42 Fire Prevention and Protection be undertaken.  Many sections are outdated or need to be reviewed and updated.  Some sections are being ignored or circumvented.  Article III. which deals with the actual composition, staffing, and benefits of the department Is vague at best and receives less attention than the sale of cigarette lighters as detailed in 42-19 Recommend that the order has been complied with

17. Finance Committee Reports (if any)

17A. The Committee on Finance to whom was referred Collective Bargaining Agreement with UFCW Local 1459 DPW Laborers
  Awaiting disposition

17B. The Committee on Finance to whom was referred Communication from DPW Director McManus RE: Sewer Shut-off program update Awaiting disposition

17C. The Committee on Finance to whom was referred an order  that The city of Holyoke establish a revolving fund dedicated to its recycling program so that revenue raised will be used to purchase larger recycling bins. Please provide city council with a report on revenue generate from recycling, expenses avoided, and the list of home owners requesting the wheeled containers.
  awaiting disposition

17D. The Committee on Finance to whom was referred an order that in accordance with M.G.L. Chapter 44 Sec. 53A, the City Council hereby accepts the provisions of the “2017 MassWorks Infrastructure” 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.
  Awaiting disposition

17E. The Committee on Finance to whom was referred an order that there be and is hereby appropriated by transfer in the fiscal year 2018, Fifteen thousand five hundred one and 00/100 Dollars ($15,501.00) as follows:

FROM:
14261-51104      Pay-Foreman ME Repair                                                                     $15,501.00
                                                                                          TOTAL:                            $15,501.00
TO:
14221-51103      Building Maintenance Man                                                                    $400.00
14221-51104      Laborer                                                                                              385.00
14251-51104      HMEO                                                                                               5,925.00
14251-51105      Power Shovel Operator                                                                       1,335.00
14261-51102      Repairman                                                                                         1,766.00
14261-51103      Maintenance Man                                                                               540.00
14301-51102      HMEO                                                                                               3,820.00
14301-51104      MEO-Recycling                                                                                  1,330.00
                                                                                          TOTAL:                            $15,501.00 Awaiting disposition

17F. The Committee on Finance to whom was referred an order that there be and is hereby appropriated by transfer in the fiscal year 2018, Five thousand three hundred and 00/100 Dollars ($5,300.00) as follows:

FROM:
14261-51104      Pay – Foreman ME Repair                      $5,300.00
                        TOTAL: $5,300.00
TO:
14221-51400      Longevity                      $635.00
14251-  Longevity                      1,960.00
14261-  Longevity                      485.00
14301-  Longevity                      1,070.00
14801-  Longevity                      200.00
16501-  Longevity                      950.00
                        TOTAL: $5,300.00 Awaiting disposition

17G. The Committee on Finance to whom was referred an order that there be and is hereby appropriated by transfer in the fiscal year 2018, Three thousand six hundred fifty-nine and 00/100 Dollars ($3,659.00) as follows:

FROM:
14261-51104      Pay-Foreman ME Repair                                                                     $3,659.00
                                                                                          TOTAL:                            $3,659.00
TO:
14801-51101      Parking Officer                                                                                   $425.00
16501-51106      HMEO                                                                                               764.00
16501-51109      Parks Maintenance Man                                                                     2,045.00
16501-51110      Parks Maintenance Craftsman                                                            425.00
                                                                                          TOTAL:                            $3,659.00 Awaiting disposition

17H. The Committee on Finance to whom was referred an order , that there be and is hereby appropriated by transfer in the fiscal year 2018, Nine thousand one hundred ninety and 16/100 Dollars ($9,190.16) as follows:
FROM:
12101-51107      Patrolmen                     $6,682.16
12101-51109      Reserves                      2,608.00
                        TOTAL: $9,190.16
TO:
12101-51180      Inj on Duty                    $6,682.16
12101-51440      Sick Bonus                   2,608.00
                        TOTAL: $9,190.16 Awaiting disposition

17I. The Committee on Finance to whom was referred an order that there be and is hereby appropriated by transfer in the fiscal year 2018, Eleven thousand and 00/100 Dollars ($11,000.00) as follows:

FROM:
12201-51770      Non-Contrib Pensions                                                                        $11,000
                                                                                          TOTAL:                            $11,000.00
TO:
12201-51101      Pay-Fire Chief                                                                                    $11,000
                                                                                          TOTAL:                            $11,000.00 Awaiting disposition

17J. The Committee on Finance to whom was referred an order that there be and is hereby appropriated by transfer in the fiscal year 2018, One hundred fifty-five thousand five hundred seventy-one and 90/100 Dollars ($155,571.90) as follows:

FROM:
8810-10400       Stabilization Fund — Cash                      $155,971.90
                        TOTAL: $155,571.90
TO:
12201-51101      Pay-Chief                      $2,408.59
12201-51102      Pay-Dep. Chiefs                        11,115.47
12201-51103      Pay-Capts.                    14,416.57
12201-51104      Pay-Lieuts.                    31,467.63
12201-51105      Pay-Firefighters             87,851.85
12201-51110      Pay-Alarms                   8,311.79
                        TOTAL: $155,571.90 Awaiting disposition

17K. The Committee on Finance to whom was referred an order that there be and is hereby appropriated by transfer in the fiscal year 2018, Seventy-nine thousand and 00/100 Dollars ($79,000) as follows:

FROM:
8810-10400       Stabilization Fund Cash             $79,000
                        TOTAL: $79,000
TO:
11552-53100      Software License                       $44,000
11552-53180      System Hardware                      35,000
                        TOTAL: $79,000 Awaiting disposition

17L. The Committee on Finance to whom was referred an order that there be and is hereby appropriated by transfer in the fiscal year 2018, Six Thousand two hundred thirty-seven and 00/100 Dollars ($6,237.00) as follows:

FROM:
12401-51110    Local Inspector        $6,237.00
        TOTAL:    $6,237.00
TO:
12401-51101    Bldg Commissioner        $6,237.00
        TOTAL:    $6,237.00
  awaiting disposition

17M. The Committee on Finance to whom was referred an order that there is hereby authorized to be established and maintained for fiscal year 2018, in accordance with M.G.L. Chapter 44 Sec. 53E1/2, the Recycling Program (Updated) Revolving Fund. Awaiting disposition

17N. The Committee on Finance to whom was referred Collective Bargaining Agreement with IAFF Local 1693 Holyoke Firefighters
  Awaiting disposition

18. Public Safety Committee Reports (if any)

18A. The Committee on Public Safety to whom was referred an order that a representative of the building department come before the city Council to discuss any change in the permit fees for residential and commercial property owners within the city of Holyoke. Recommend that the order has been complied with

18B. The Committee on Public Safety to whom was referred an order that DPW meet with representatives from HCC and residents of the neighborhood re: mitigation of traffic issues in the Sunset, Ashley, Clayton road neighborhood.  When the new light was added, HCC representatives addressed concerns of the residents know if negative consequences occurred they would work to reduce the negative effects  caused by traffic. Recommend that the order has been complied with

18C. The Committee on Public Safety to whom was referred an order that given the recent FCC rulings on net neutrality, the City Council invite in representatives from HG&E to discuss public access to broadband, fiber, and the G&E’s ability to provide free, city-wide WiFi. Recommend that the order be referred to the Public Service Committee

18D. The Committee on Public Safety to whom was referred an order that guardrails be installed on Rt 202 near the entrance to Ashley Reservoir and across the street from the entrance due to ongoing safety issues.
  Recommend that the order has been complied with

18E. The Committee on Public Safety to whom was referred an order That HPD monitor motorist’s speed on Lawler St. and report findings to the Public Safety committee.  This is a constituent request.
Add speed limit signs to Lawler Street. Recommend that the order has been complied with

18F. The Committee on Public Safety to whom was referred an order that the City accepts Liberty St. which runs from Dartmouth to Jefferson, as an accepted City street. The City is looking to pave this street using Chapter 90 funds this summer and as we know street acceptance is a requirement for funding. Recommend that the order has been complied with

18G. The Committee on Public Safety to whom was referred an order that the City Engineer/DPW review the intersection of Hampden and Nonotuck Streets to ensure that the lighting configuration and signage are adequate and ensure a safe way for drivers on Nonotuck Street to enter on to Hampden Street and for those drivers on Hampden Street to exit onto Nonotuck Street.  Further have a Representative of Police Dept. provide the total of all accidents that have occurred at this location over the past 5 years. Recommend that the order has been complied with

19. Public Service Committee Reports (if any)

19A. The Committee on Public Service to whom was referred Council review of Mayoral appointment of Israel Rivera to the Parks and Rec. Commission
  Recommend that the appointee be confirmed

19B. The Committee on Public Service to whom was referred Council review of Mayoral appointment of Mr. Price Armstrong to serve on the Conservation Commission
  Recommend that the appointee be confirmed

19C. The Committee on Public Service to whom was referred Council review of Mayoral appointment of Ms. Danielle Brown to the Library Board of Directors Recommend that the appointee be confirmed

19D. The Committee on Public Service to whom was referred Council review of Mayoral appointment of Ms. Hilda Roque to the Board of Appeals Recommend that the appointee be confirmed

19E. The Committee on Public Service to whom was referred an order Council review of Mayoral Appointment or Ms. Kristen Beam to the Holyoke Development and Industrial Corporation Recommend that the appointee be confirmed

19F. The Committee on Public Service to whom was referred Council review of Mayoral appointment of Ms. Liana Pasialis to the Commission on Disabilities
  Recommend that the appointee be confirmed

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

20A. The Committee on Development and Governmental Relations to whom was referred that in accordance with M.G.L. ch. 30B and the Holyoke Code of Ordinances procurement ordinance, the City Council declare the parcel at 277 Main Street as surplus property available for disposition. Said parcel is identified by the Holyoke Board of Assessors’ records as Map 030, Block 08, Parcel 002, consisting of a vacant lot approximately 2,745 square feet in size and is more particularly described at the Hampden County Registry of Deeds in Book 7342, Page 131. On March 31, 2015 the property was awarded to the City via Land Court Decree with a Judgment recorded in Hampden County Registry of Deeds Book 20645, Page 494.  The property is zoned as BH – Highway Business and has an assessed value of $16,500. Recommend that the order be adopted

20B. The Committee on Development and Governmental Relations to whom was referred an order , that in accordance with M.G.L. ch. 30B and the Holyoke Code of Ordinances procurement ordinance, the City Council declare the property known as the Springdale Turn Hall on Vernon Street as surplus property available for disposition. The property consists of two parcels and is identified as follows:
2 Vernon Street, Assessors Map 082, Block 00, Parcel 100, consisting of an approximate 6,300 square foot building situated on 12,062 square feet of land and is more particularly described at the Hampden County Registry of Deeds in Book 591, Page 570. On September 11, 2015 the property was awarded to the City via Land Court Decree with a Judgment recorded in Hampden County Registry of Deeds Book 20868, Page 273.  The property is zoned as Downtown Residential (DR) and has an assessed value of $86,000. and Vernon Street, Assessors Map 082, Block 00, Parcel 099, consisting of an approximate 5,000 square foot building situated on 12,500 square feet of land and is more particularly described at the Hampden County Registry of Deeds in Book 638, Page 43. On November 29, 2011 the property was awarded to the City via Land Court Decree with a Judgment recorded in Hampden County Registry of Deeds Book 19018, Page 127.  The property is zoned as Downtown Residential (DR) and has an assessed value of $75,300. Recommend that the order be adopted

20C. The Committee on Development and Governmental Relations to whom was referred an order The City Council invite the Board members and/or administrators of Holyoke Media to a DGR meeting.  In advance of the meeting, please provide the following:
·           A narrative of Plans for your company;
·           Any agreements between Holyoke Media and the City of Holyoke;
·           an accounting (financial statements including P and L and Balance sheet) and/or audit through 12/31/17;
·           a copy of the 3 most current bank statements (i.e. 1/31, 2/28, & 3/31/18);
·           a narrative of your revenue source(s);
·           a list of expenses for 2017 thru 3/31/18;
·           an employee list;
·           and information relative to Holyoke Media’s recent purchase of 1 Suffolk St. from HEDIC including the Purchase and Sale contract. Recommend that the order has been complied with

21. Charter and Rules Committee Reports (if any)

21A. The Committee on Charter and Rules to whom was referred an order Ordered that the Cit Council add a permanent agenda item “Reports of Ad Hoc Committees.” 
  Recommend that the order be adopted adding to Rule 26 Section 9: Reports of Committee (Standing/ ad hoc) or whatever is the simplest to implement to program with IT and the Clerk’s Office

21B. The Committee on Charter and Rules to whom was referred an order that the City Council in order to expand the search and scope for the city auditor position change the residency requirement. Recommend that the order be adopted

21C. The Committee on Charter and Rules to whom was referred an order that the City Council Review and Hold a Public Hearing on the Rules of the City Council and make any recommendations for changes to the Rules Document of the City Council.
  Recommend that the order has been complied with

22. Joint City Council and School Committee Reports (if any)

MOTIONS, ORDERS AND RESOLUTIONS

23. LEAHY — the department of public works makes it a top priority to repave court street this construction season.

24. LISI — Ordered, that the Mayor and City Council petition the General Court to enact legislation to allow, in the City of Holyoke, the sale of marijuana products, as those terms are defined in G.L. c.94G, §1, for consumption on the premises where sold. See attached draft legislation.

25. MCGEE — Ordered that due to the Labor Day Holiday and the State Primary Election the City Council consider canceling the first meeting in September.

26. MCGEE — Ordered that the DPW give an update on the status of the speed bumps for George Frost Drive. This was approved in September 2017.

27. MCGEE — that the joint committee on school and council invite in the superintendent and police to discuss safety measures within the schools (I.e. student ids, new security cameras, etc).

28. MCGIVERIN — that there be and is hereby appropriated by transfer in the fiscal year 2018, Seven thousand two hundred and 90/100 Dollars ($7,200.90) as follows:

FROM:
11511-51102 Pay-Asst Solicitor $2,057.63
11511-51103 Pay-Associate Solicitor 5,143.27
TOTAL: $7,200.90
TO:
11512-53190 Education and Training $1,450.90
11512-54200 Office Supplies 1,500.00
11512-57100 In-state Travel 750.00
11512-57300 Dues and Subscriptions 1,500.00
11512-57600 Litigation 2,000.00
TOTAL: $7,200.90

29. MCGIVERIN — that there be and is hereby appropriated by transfer in the fiscal year 2018, Four thousand two hundred seventy-two and 66/100 Dollars ($4,272.66) as follows:

FROM:
12101-51107 Patrolmen $4,272.66
TOTAL: $4,272.66
TO:
12101-51180 Injured on Duty $4,272.66
TOTAL: $4,272.66

30. MCGIVERIN — that there be and is hereby appropriated by transfer in the fiscal year 2018, Nine thousand nine hundred fifty-seven and 70/100 Dollars ($9,957.70) as follows:

FROM:
12201-51105 Firefighters $9,957.70
TOTAL: $9,957.70
TO:
12201-51180 Injured on Duty $9,957.70
TOTAL: $9,957.70

31. MCGIVERIN — that there be and is hereby appropriated by transfer in the fiscal year 2018, Forty-two thousand five hundred and 00/100 Dollars ($42,500) as follows:

FROM:
12941-51104 Tree Climber $42,500
TOTAL: $42,500
TO:
12942-53010 Contract Forestry $42,500
TOTAL: $42,500

32. MCGIVERIN — that there be and is hereby appropriated by transfer in the fiscal year 2018, One hundred forty-two thousand fifty-two and 84/100 Dollars ($142,052.84) as follows:

FROM:
8810-10400 Stabilization Fund — Cash $142,052.84
TOTAL: $142,052.84
TO:
12201-51103 Pay- Captains $14,416.57
12201-51104 Pay-Lieutenants 31,467.63
12201-51105 Pay-Firefighters 87,851.85
12201-51110 Pay-Alarms 8,316.79
TOTAL: $142,052.84

33. ROMAN — the DPW immediately trim tree in front of 346 Elm Street, and correct raised side walk.  4th Request.

34. MCGIVERIN — that there be and is hereby appropriated by transfer in the fiscal year 2018, Fifty thousand and 00/100 Dollars ($50,000) as follows:

FROM:
*****-***** Free Cash $50,000
TOTAL: $50,000
TO:
11732-57950 Land Taking $50,000
TOTAL: $50,000

35. MCGIVERIN — that there be and is hereby appropriated by transfer in the fiscal year 2018, Fifty thousand and 00/100 Dollars ($50,000) as follows:

FROM:
8810-10400 Stabilization Fund $50,000
TOTAL: $50,000
TO:
11752-57950 Land Taking $50,000
TOTAL: $50,000

36. MCGIVERIN — that there be and is hereby appropriated by transfer in the fiscal year 2018, Two hundred seventy-five thousand eight hundred seventy-four and 00/100 Dollars ($275,874) as follows:

FROM:
8810-10400 Stabilization Fund – Cash $275,874
TOTAL: $275,874
TO:
12103-58000 Capital Outlay – Motor Vehicles $275,874
TOTAL: $275,874

37. ROMAN — That Section 86-106, Section i, Number 3 – Elm Street of the City Ordinances be amended to included 340, 342, 344, 346, 348 and 350.

38. ROMAN — That DPW repair pot hole in front of 318 Elm Street, Holyoke, MA. 

39. ROMAN — The no parking here to corner sign on Hamilton and Main Street be updated.

40. ROMAN — the DPW repave and repair the lower part of Peltiah St (between Arthur & Main).  Pothole is creating a safety hazard on the street. 

41. ROMAN — the DPW/the City Forrest cut down overgrown vegetation on corner of Peltiah St & Rt 5/Northampton St. Some overgrown vegetation behind the crunched guardrail and it’s making it very hard to see oncoming traffic.

42. ROMAN — the Holyoke City Council recognize with an official proclamation the following HPS staff (Josue Cardone) / and the anonymous Crossing guard who were local heroes recently during a shooting event at Morgan Elementary School.  Both of these individuals risked their own lives to protect the lives of Morgan School students.

43. SULLIVAN — the Water Dept. hire a full time police officer specifically for the purpose of monitoring and controlling activities around in town water supplies.  Issues that necessitate this action include: drug activity, dangerous behavior, parking, and unleashed pets.

44. SULLIVAN — a committee be formed to study the future of and make
BARTLEY recommendations on the future use of the Whiting Reservoir.
In excess of 1.5 million dollars in repairs and upgrades
to the dam and spillway are needed.  The state will
soon order that the water level be drawn down six
feet.  This will expose acres of new shore line and
adversely affect the appearance of the area.  Committee
should include a member of the Water and Conservation
Commissions, OPED, abutting stakeholders, and a City
Councilor.

45. VACON — That the salary Ordinance for pay scales for non/union employees who have worked for the city for a minimum of 10 years and have not received a raise (as confirmed by the Treasurer) in the past 10 years be increased by 3% so that these employees may receive a pay increase.

46. VALENTIN — that a handicap sign be placed in front of 145 Essex St. for Carlos Espada.

47. BARTLEY — Ordered, that the Honorable City Council, in accordance with the Massachusetts General Laws and the City of Holyoke Code of Ordinances, vote to approve a consensual Order of Taking or Deed in Lieu of Taking in accordance with the Purchase and Sale Agreement between the City of Holyoke and the Roman Catholic Bishop of Springfield to acquire by right of eminent domain, in consideration for just compensation unless previously waived , a portion of parcel 014-02-001, also known as 71 Maple Street and further identified in the Hampden County Registry of Deeds Book 612, Page 421, and Book 674, Page 422-423; to be known as parcel 014-02-003. 

48. BARTLEY — DPW fix the berm at 62 Memorial Dr.; it is damaged and cracked due to its age and plows knocking into it.  Further, order that DPW and/or its snow removal contractors observe signage to not dump snow on the home owner’s lawn.  Constituent request.  Refer to DPW.

49. BARTLEY — Ordered, that in accordance with M.G.L. ch. 30B and the Holyoke Code of Ordinances procurement ordinance, the City Council declare the parcel at 55 Hamilton Street as surplus property available for disposition. Said parcel is identified by the Holyoke Board of Assessors’ records as Map 028, Block 03, Parcel 006, consisting of a vacant lot approximately 3,485 square feet in size and is more particularly described at the Hampden County Registry of Deeds in Book 4886, Page 123. On January 9, 1991 the property was awarded to the City via Land Court Decree with a Final Judgment recorded in Hampden County Registry of Deeds Book 7634, Page 473.  The property is zoned as Downtown Residential District (DR) and has an assessed value of $28,100.
(parcel map, assessor card and tax taking worksheet attached)

50. BARTLEY — the City of Holyoke change its ordinance and discontinue PVTA bus stop #0488 on the P20 route.  The stop is very close to a private home and the resident requested it.  I reviewed this and there is another stop approximately 500′ away (#0497) in front of a commercial business.

51. BARTLEY — Ordered, that the Honorable City Council, in accordance with the Massachusetts General Laws and the City of Holyoke Code of Ordinances, vote to approve the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the City of Holyoke and the Holyoke Housing Authority for the acquisition of the land identified by Board of Assessors’ Map 004, Block 01, Parcels 1 through 7 bound by Chestnut, Cabot, Elm and Hampshire Streets (the former Our Lady of Perpetual Help Parish Block). The purpose of the MOU is to secure the Block as a site for the development of a school building or a housing development if a school building is not developed.

52. BRESNAHAN — that the Treasures office provide an updated list of the top 100 tax delinquent property owners.

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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