Ordinance Committee Meeting 7/17/18 Text Size

Event takes place on July 17, 2018 at 6:30 PM
Holyoke City Hall: Council Chambers

City Council
Holyoke Massachusetts

Notice of Committee Meeting
There will be a regular meeting of the Committee on


 At City Hall in the Council Chamber, on Tuesday July 17 at 6:30PM
Per order of the Chair: Linda Vacon


Item 1: Special permit application from Westfield Bank for installation of an automatic teller machine (ATM) at 1650 Northampton St. (Map 106 Block 00 Parcel 101).

Item 2: Zone Change application of the Colvest Group LTD for 1575 Northampton St. Holyoke MA (Map105 Block 00 Parcel 061) from current zone R-1A to Proposed Zone BH. 

Item 3: Zone Change application of Peoples Bank, 1850 Northampton St. Holyoke MA (Map 110 Block 00 Parcel 104) from current zone R-2 to proposed zone BL.

Item 4: Special permit application from Holyoke Gardens LLC for a Marijuana Manufacturing Establishment (MME) at 5 Appleton St.  May 049 Block 01 Parcel 006 

Item 5: Public hearing for Petition of Canna Provisions, Inc. for a special permit for recreational Marijuana Dispensary at 380R Dwight St.

Item 6: Public Hearing for Petition of Jorge Tirse,of Gloversville, New York to operate a RMRE and MMD for medical and recreational marijuana purposes at 630 Beaulieu St. Holyoke MA

Item 7: Bartley 3/20/18: Order: The City Council create a “temporary sign” ordinance that regulates when such temporary signs can be placed in homeowners’ yards and on commercial buildings or otherwise in public view.

Item 8: Vacon 6/5/18: Order: 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.

Administrative Assistant: Ryan M. Allen
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 may also be brought up for discussion to the extent permitted by law.




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