March 4, 2008
Meeting of the City Council was held at 7:00 o’clock P.M.
Present,-Councillors Scatamacchia, Ryan, Macek, Daly O’Brien, Hall, McGonagle, Donahue and Quimby.
Records of the last meeting were approved.
Councillor Hall was appointed to read the records for the present week.
Notice was received from Mayor Fiorentini of the
appointment of Diane Bouglanger-Prescott to the Education Funding
Committee. Said appointment effective February 26th to
Communication was received from Councillor Hall requesting
an update from Mayor Fiorentini regarding School Building
Authority Award of $5.4 million from HHS.
Communication was received from Councillor Daly O’Brien
requesting a discussion regarding parking issues for downtown,
historical district, around the Court House and Ginty blvd.
Hearing was held on Document 28, a petition from Verizon
New England and MA Electric Co for Boardman st (plan 684). With
Joseph Gleason appearing in favor and no one in opposition
the hearing was closed.
Document 28-B, Order to grant a joint pole location to
Verizon NE & MA Electric Co for Boardman st (plan 684).
Hearing was held on Document 14, a petition for a
Hearing from William Pillsbury/City of Haverhill regarding
Zoning: a Waterfront Interim Planning Overlay District.
Document 14-B MUNINCIPAL ORDINANCE CHAPTER
Ordinance re: Waterfront Interim Planning
Document 37, a communication from Councillor Hall submitting recommendations of the Traffic & Safety Committee meeting held on January 24 2008.
On motion of Councillor Macek re: item #7. regarding
traffic & safety issues on upper Main st Route 125,
to REFER to PLANNING FOR ORDINANCE, the yeas and
nays were as follows:
Councillor Ryan introduced Document 38-B To Wit: ORDERED: Order authorize the Mayor to amend the Third
Cost Sharing Agreement between Aggregate Industries-Northeast
Region, Inc. and the City of Haverhill to allow Aggregate
to obtain and place additional grading material on the
City-owned, as well as the Aggregate-owned, portion of
Councillor Macek introduced Document 40 To Wit: ORDERED: Order that Order No. 48 of the City Council approved by the Mayor on March 13, 2003, which appropriated and authorized borrowing $27,520,000 for remodeling, reconstructing and making repairs to the Haverhill High School is amended to provide that $32,920,000 is appropriated for remodeling, reconstructing and making extraordinary repairs to Haverhill High School, including original equipment and landscaping, paving and other site improvements incidental or directly related thereto; that to meet this appropriation the Treasurer with the approval of the Mayor is authorized to borrow $32,920,000 see document for complete text
On motion of Councillor Hall to approve and place on file
for 10 days before final passage, the yeas and nays
were as follows:
City Clerk Toomey introduced Document 39-C To Wit: MUNICIPAL ORDINANCE CHAPTER
An Ordinance Relating To Parking
Myrtle Street – No Parking
City Clerk Toomey introduced Document 41 To Wit: MUNICIPAL ORDINANCE CHAPTER
An Ordinance Relating To Stop Signs– Doane Street at the intersection of South Pine Street
City Clerk Toomey introduced Document 39-D To Wit: MUNICIPAL ORDINANCE CHAPTER
An Ordinance Relating To No Parking
Delete existing Ordinance for 2-Hour Parking at
Lewis Street from Charles St to Lancaster St, East Side
City Clerk Toomey introduced Document 39-E To Wit: MUNICIPAL ORDINANCE CHAPTER
An Ordinance Relating To No Parking
Add no Parking at Lewis St from Charles St
to Lancaster St, East Side
Meeting adjourned at 8:25 o’clock P.M. Yeas 8, Absent 1
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