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June 22, 2004

1. Appointments by Mayor:

AUXILIARY POLICE
Susan K Bryson
William T David Jr
Nancy L Healey
John W Krygowski
John P Malloy
Mark R Nadeau
Manuel Saez Jr

BOARD OF ASSESSORS
John Stevens

PETITIONS

2. Communication from Mayor Fiorentini submitting proposed new policy on Constables

3. Applications for licenses:

BUY & SELL SECOND HAND ARTILCES
Carolyn Dion – 74 Hillcrest av - “Harborlights Antiques”
Jose Figueroa – 100 River st

4. Applications for 2004 Drainlayer license:

Charles Beshara
David Maynard
King Weinstein

5. Communication from John C Roche requesting to sell property under Chapter 61A, Agricultural Land/Preservation, 1160 Boston rd and give City offer of first refusal

6. Notice of hearing from Department of Telecommunications and Energy to approve Mass Electric & Nantucket Electric Company 2004 Energy Efficiency Plan June 24 th

7. Petition from Mass Electric Co requesting conduit location on Hamilton av
(Hearing July 27 th )

8. Petition for Modification of a Special Permit for 17 Hamilton av, from Ronald LaPlume; modify permit to six housing units; Assessor's Map 623, Block 541, Lot 1A
(Refer to Planning Board) (Council Hearing July 27 th )

9. Petition from Attorney James Waldron representing Haverhill Development Realty Trust, requesting to discontinue a portion of Porter Place
(Refer to Planning Board) (Council Hearing August 10 th )

10. Petition from Attorney James Waldron representing Haverhill Development Realty Trust, requesting to discontinue a portion of Kimball Place
(Refer to Planning Board) (Council Hearing August 10 th )

11. Communication from Councillor Scatamacchia requesting a discussion regarding time designated spaces in front of Kwike Market, 363 Washington st

12. Communication from Councillor DesMarais requesting a discussion regarding making upper end of 12 th Avenue one way

13. Communication from Councillor DesMarais requesting a discussion relative to declaring surplus City owned property on Arlington st; Assessor's Map 204,Block 47, Lot 26
(Item #28)

14. Communication from Councillor DesMarais requesting a discussion regarding a request for loading zone sign at 106 White st, J.J. Used Appliance

HEARINGS

15. Document 89, petition from Verizon New England and Mass Electric Co requesting joint pole location on 12 th Avenue
(Item #27)

16. Document 31, petition from Dennis G Unger, Riverside Engineering, representing Annie Sullivan, requesting to discontinue a 250'section of undeveloped public right of way known as Coffey Avenue Favorable recommendation from Planning Board and Planning Director Related communication from Councillor DesMarais
(Item #26)

17. Document 78, communication from Building Inspector submitting Order to demolish building at 37 Emerson st

UNFINISHED BUSINESS

18. Document 63-Q, communication from Councillor DesMarais requesting a discussion and Council approval of RFP for Wood School

19. Document 82-F, communication from Councillor DesMarais requesting a discussion regarding request to rent St George's Church

20. Document 85, Ordinance re: Streets and Sidewalks

21. Document 86, Ordinance re: Parking Violations and Penalties

22. Document 29-M, Transfer $20,000.00 from Fire Expense to Fire Salaries

23. Document 87, Ordinance re: Constables

24. Document 93, Order Council approve of rules and regulations of Police Dept as they pertain to Constables

25. Document 29-N, Transfer $40,000.00 from Budget Reserve to Fire Salary

26. Document 31-B, Order to discontinue a portion of Coffey av

NEW BUSINESS

27. Order grant permission joint pole location to Verizon New England and Mass Electric Co for 12 th Avenue

28. Order declare surplus City owned property on Arlington st

29. Order authorize Mayor sign lease of Barlett School for new charter school known as Hillview Montessori School

30. Appropriate $120,435,537, in General Fund and appropriate $598,510 from free cash

31. Appropriate $5,659,542 in Water Fund

32. Appropriate $6,154,531 in Wastewater Fund and appropriate $108,190 in General Fund and funded from Wastewater Surplus Revenue

33. Appropriate $168,000.00 from FEMA Receipts to Snow & Ice Expense

34. Appropriate $18,031,25 from Insurance Proceeds over $10,000 to Athletic Revolving Funds

35. Transfer $180,000.00 from account Budget Reserve to Snow & Ice Expense

36. Transfer $81,532.00 from account Snow & Ice Salary to Expense

37. Transfer $16,500.00 from account Budget Reserve to Benefits-Retiree Medical Claims

38. Transfer $1,100.00 from account Municipal Parking Area Salaries to Expense

39. Transfer $25,700.00 from account Budget Reserve to Public Buildings Maintenance Salary and Expense

40. Transfer $5,500.00 from account Citizen Center Vehicle and Elevator Maintenance to Citizen Center Salaries

41. Orders to Re-authorize Revolving Funds for Fiscal Year 2005:

a. Order Stadium Revolving: $20,000.00
b. Order Veterans Memorial Skating Rink $510,000.00
c. Order Inspectional Services: $470,000.00
d. Order Health Services: $165,000.00
e. Order Recreation & Parks: $210,000.00
f. Order Citizen Center Rental Account $34,500.00
g. Order Citizen Council on Aging Activities $50,000.00

42. Ordinance re: Harbor Commission
(File 10 days)

43. Ordinance re: Parking – City Parking Lots
(File 10 days)

44. Ordinance re: Parking – Handicap Parking, 9 Maxwell st
(File 10 days)

45. Ordinance re: Stop Signs, Sagamore st at intersection of Main st
(File 10 days)

46. Proclamation – Outreach Educators Day June 24 th

47. Proclamation – The Spirit of the Olympics Day, June 26th

Committee reports

Adjourn:

 
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