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June 24, 2003


HEARINGS

1. Document 95, petition from Mass Electric Company requesting conduit
location on Hoyt rd
(Item #28)

2. Document 22, petition from Attorney Michael J Early representing Edward L Lardier and Michael Panzero requesting a special permit to build 9 residential units to be sold as condominiums on Washington, Central and Bethel st being Assessor’s Map 500, Block 225 Lots 3A & B and Map 500, Block 226 Lots 1, 27 & 28

3. Document 79, petition from Attorney Michael J Early representing Robert Santarelli and Edward Lardiere requesting special permit to build six (6) condominiums at 236 River st Favorable recommendation with conditions from Planning Board and Planning Director Related communication from Attorney Michael Early requesting continuance of hearing and also waiving 65 day requirement

4. Document 83, application for special permit from Gillen family, to build single family home within Watershed Protection District at 46 Myrons rd Assessor’s Map 433, Block 2, Lot 46 Favorable recommendation with conditions from Planning Board and Planning Director

5. Document 85, petition from proprietors of Linwood Cemetery requesting the discontinuance of a portion of Rolfe av Favorable recommendation with conditions from Planning Board and Planning Director
(Item #29)

6. Appointments by Mayor:
BOARD OF APPEALS
Jeffrey P Scalese – Associate Member (To be confirmed)
Maurice McGuire (To be confirmed)
Robert P Pistone (To be confirmed)

CONSERVATION COMMISSION
Andrea Carbone

PETITIONS

7. Application from Mary Beth Roy City Treasurer, for Auctioneer license

8. Applications for Hawker/Peddler licenses from:

.a. Robert J DeBenedetto Jr to sell hot dogs, hamburgers, sausages, water and soda at Riverside Park, August 8, 9 & 10, Friday 6:00 A.M. to 10:00 P.M., Saturday, 9:00 A.M. to 7:00 P.M. and Sunday, 9:00 A.M. to 3:00 P.M.
b. Laura Fallovollita to sell slush outside Haverhill Stadium, Monday thru Sunday, 11:00 A.M. to 9:00 P.M.

9. Applications for license renewals:
BUY & SELL SECOND HAND ARTICLES
Nancy A Solomon – 30 Lafayette sq
BUY & SELL SECOND HAND CLOTHING
Nancy A Solomon – 30 Lafayette sq
LIVERY
Michael DeSimone – 11 Juneau av - 1 Vehicle

10. Application to hold Tag Days from HHS Boys Basketball, Wednesday & Thursday, June 11th and 12th

11. Communication from Mayor Guerin submitting 1/12th Budget
(Item #30)

12. Petition from Gretchen Arntz, Emmaus Inc, requesting to hang banner across So Main st in Bradford Square from July 7th to 22nd to announce Cycle for Shelter bike-a-thon on Sunday, July 20th

13. Communication from Russell Chaput requesting to name intersection of Winter, Portland and Welcome st Korean Veterans Memorial Square

14. Petition from Keyspan Energy Delivery requesting permission to open 59 and 55 South Prospect st to repair gas leaks
(Item #31)

15. Communication from President Bresnahan requesting “Caution Children” sign at beginning of Lansing av from Lowell av and at bend of Lansing av

16. Communication from Councillor Fiorentini requesting a discussion regarding reactivation of Recycling Committee

17. Communication from Councillor Fiorentini requesting a discussion concerning recycling and composting in City

18. Communication from Councillor Michitson requesting a discussion with respect to Haverhill Cable TV COMCAST royalty funding

19. Communication from Councillor Ryan requesting a discussion regarding illegal parking in handicap spaces

20. Communication from Councillor Fossarelli requesting to introduce Joanne Sullivan Director of Haverhill Historical Society

UNFINISHED BUSINESS

21. Document 15-K, Ordinance re: Parking 589-591 River st, Handicap Parking

22. Document 15-L, Ordinance re: Parking 154-156 Winter st, Handicap Parking

23. Document 33-R, communication from Councillor Fiorentini requesting a discussion with respect to a tax break for certain senior citizens

24. Document 33-RR, Order City adopt in part Chapter 184, Section 51 of Acts of 2002 and amend amount of tax exemption given to senior citizens

25. Document 34-H, Ordinance re: Parking Emerson st, 1-Hour Parking

26. Document 34-I, Ordinance re: Parking Emerson st, DELETE 30-Minute Parking from north of Washington sq to south of Walnut st, west side, 7:00 A.M. -7:00 P.M.

27. Document 98, Ordinance re: CSO (Combined Sewer Overflow) Fees

NEW BUSINESS

28. Order grant permission Mass Electric Company conduit location on Hoyt rd

29. Order to discontinue a portion of Rolfe av

30. Appropriation of $7,008,916 to General Fund and further appropriate $420,306 to Wastewater, $374,507 to Water Fund and $44,158 to Veteran’s Memorial Skating Rink Account

31. Order grant permission Keyspan Energy Delivery open 55 & 59 So Prospect st to repair gas leaks

32. Transfer $33,688.16 from Engineering, Purchasing and Conservation Expense and Park Salaries to Engineering, Purchasing and Conservation Salaries and Municipal Garage & Park Expense

33. Transfer $79,360.00 from Free Cash Account to Workers’ Compensation, Public Property Expense, Fire, Conservation and City Clerk Salaries and Sick Leave Bank


34. Transfer $238,664.39 from Ledger Accounts Landfill Facility Ward Hill, Council on Aging-Special Events, Haverhill Recreation Income Account, Code Enforcement Fees Consultant Services, Engineering Inspection Fees, Citizens Center Maintenance Account, Park Commission, Haverhill Cultural Council and Skating Rink Receipts to Refuse Collection & Disposal, Council on Aging, Recreation, Street Lighting, Citizens Center, Park Commission, Haverhill Cultural Council and Veterans Memorial Skating Rink Expense, Recreation, Engineering and Veterans Memorial Skating Rink Salaries & Capital Outlay

35. Transfer $2,054.29 from Ledger Accounts Conservation-Fish and Computer Fees- Parking Fines to Conservation Commission and Police Expense

36. Transfer $49,941.15 to Insurance Premiums over $10,000.00 to Stadium Revolving Account

37. Transfer $72,800.00 from Unemployment Insurance and Law Expense to Law Salaries, Economic Development & Planning Expense and Federal Medicare

38. Transfer $1,147,980.25 from Free Cash, Overlay Reserve Fund and Stabilization Reserve to Fire and Snow & Ice Expense and Salaries

Committee reports

Adjourn:

 
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