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August 23, 2005

1. Appointment by Mayor:

  • RECYCLIING COMMITTEE
    • Susan Schwartz
  • ROCKS VILLAGE HISTORIC DISTRICT COMMISSION
    • Ashod Amirian
      (To Be Confirmed)

PETITIONS

2. Applications for Hawker/Peddler Licenses:

  1. Robert DeBenedetto to sell hotdogs, sausages, soda & t-shirts at Riverside Park; September 11 th, 8:00 AM-8:00 PM Communication from Robert DeBenedetto requesting fee for use of Stadiumfields be reduced or waived for 6 th annual Memorial Softball tournament

Latino Festival, August 28 th, Sunday 12 Noon-7:00 PM Hot Food Ice Cream/Souvenirs

  1. Carmen Tirado
  2. Steve Routier
  3. Vanessa Graciani
  4. Vilma Gonzalez
  5. Denise Burgos
  6. Antonio Ramirez
  7. Jason Harris
  8. Maria Santacruz
  9. Sara Saldona

3. Application for Pawnbroker license Ricarte Soler, “Game Zone” 136 A Winter st

4. Application from Haverhill Elks to close Newcomb st from Summer to Cherry sts; Outdoor Rally, Monday October 10 th 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM Application from Haverhill Elks to sell alcoholic beverages, October 10 th 11:00 AM-5:00 PM, Elks Hall 24 Summer st & outside

5. Application for Handicap Parking sign Jeanne Rampulla, 53 Hancock st

6. Petition from Joe Mazzola, Haverhill Boys Club Director announcing “Walk for Youth” September 25th and requests to hang banners on South Main st and upper deck of Parking Garage from September 9 th to 25 th

7. Notice of Telecommunications Facility Undertaking from EBI Consulting, T-Mobile to install 3 antennas within steeple at 1 st Congregational Church, 232 Main st

8. Communication from Attorney James Waldron representing Rob Ahern Resources & requesting to purchase City property Public Buildings off West Lowell av; Assessor’s Map 588 Block 422, Lot 3A
(Refer to Natural Committee)

9. Petitions for conduit locations:

  1. Mass Electric Co, at Washington st
    (Hearing Sept 6 th)
  2. Verizon New England, at Portland st
    (Hearing Sept 6 th)
  3. Mass Electric Co, at Merrimack st
    (Hearing Sept 6 th)

10. Communication from Councillor DesMarais requesting a discussion regarding outstanding efforts of Senator Kennedy and Congressman Meehan in securing Federal monies slated for parking garage

11. Communication from Councillor Fossarelli requesting a discussion regarding “No Heavy Commercial Vehicles” on Marshall st

12. Communication from Councillor DesMarais requesting a discussion regarding National Grid $50 million Switching/Substation under construction in Ward Hill

HEARINGS

13. Document 113, petition from Mass Electric Co, requesting pole location on Powdermill rd
(Item #26)

14. Document 113, petition from Mass Electric Co, requesting conduit location on Powdermill rd
(Item #27)

15. Document 56, application from Attorney Joseph Sullivan representing Frank Franzone for Modification of Special Permit previously granted with conditions to build condos at 85 Water st Favorable recommendation with conditions from Planning Board & Planning Director Related communication from Planning Director requesting matter be tabled to October 25 th meeting Related communication from Mayor Fiorentini requesting matter be tabled until Zoning Advisory Committee makes recommendations on new Waterfront Overlay District

16. Document 83, petition from Attorney James Waldron representing Northstar Centers Inc requesting to amend Zoning Ordinance; property at Main st and Haynes blvd(Cemetery st) be changed from Residential Medium Density (RM) to Commercial Highway (CH) Favorable recommendation from Planning Board and Planning Director
(Item #23)

17. Document 84, petition from Attorney James Waldron representing Northstar Centers Inc requesting to discontinue a portion of Cemetery Street Favorable recommendation from PlanningBoard and Planning Director
(Item #24)

18. Document 85, petition from Attorney Donald Borenstein representing Bradford Circle Trust, requesting Street Alteration; at or about 690 to 720 East Broadway-alter the elevation and grade of the roadway surface to improve sight distance and traffic safety No formal recommendation from Planning Board and Favorable Conditional recommendation from Planning Director

UNFINISHED BUSINESS

19. Document 54-K, Order to declare space in Citizen Center building, in area of room #’s 29, 35 & 31 on first floor, surplus for restricted use Related communication from City Solicitor William Cox

20. Document 13-D, Ordinance re: Parking School Bus Drop Off/Pick Up Only north side of Margin st, starting 73 feet west of Beach st for a distance of 110 feet

21. Document 13-E, Ordinance re: Parking No Parking east side of Oak ter up to 49 from Broadway & on the west side of Oak ter to 48 from Broadway

22. Document 13-F, Ordinance re: Parking No Parking on Sundays, Westerly side of Sarah J Circle

23. Document 83-B, Ordinance re: Zoning Cemetery Street – RM to CH

24. Document 84-B, Order to discontinue Cemetery Street

25. Document 117, Ordinance re: Stop Signs Add a stop sign at intersection of Sawyer and Ringgold sts

NEW BUSINESS

26. Order grant Mass Electric Co permission pole location on Powdermill rd

27. Order grant Mass Electric Co permission conduit location on Powdermill rd

28. Order to reinstate City Council meeting of September 13 th due to lack of a Preliminary Election

29. Election Warrant for City Election Tuesday, November 8 th

30. Order that City will vote to join Northeast Mass Mosquito Control and Wetlands Management District for a sum not to exceed $95,000.00

31. Proclamation – National Prostate Cancer Awareness Month – September 2005

32. Ordinance re: Parking, 100 River st Delete Handicap Parking
(File 10 days)

Committee reports

Adjourn:

 
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