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April 18, 2006

1. Appointments by Mayor:

  • PLANNING BOARD:
    • Jane Parent
      (To Be Confirmed)
  • COUNCIL ON AGING:
    • William Torrence
  • PARKING FACILITY TASK FORCE:
    • Martha Briggs Peter Carbone
    • Robert Des Marais Cate O’Hara
    • John Pettis William Pillsbury
    • Alan Ratte Theodore Van Nahl
    • Robert Scatamacchia

PETITIONS

2. Petition from Attorney Donald F Borenstein representing Richard Early Jr and James Serratore requesting hearing regarding altering the existing Vehicular Access Gates on restricted portion of Brandy Brow rd (Docs 98 & 98-B/1996)
(Refer to Planning Board) (Council Hearing June 6 2006)

3. Petition from Beth Barker, West Congregational Church requesting to hold National Day of Prayer Observance at Haverhill Stadium Thursday, May 4 th, 3:00 PM-7:00 PM

4. Petition from National Grid requesting pole location on Bennington st
(Hearing May 2 nd)

5. Petition from National Grid requesting conduit location on Bennington st
(Hearing May 2 nd)

6. Petition from Verizon New England & National Grid requesting joint pole location on Primrose st
(Hearing May 2 nd)

HEARINGS (M.G.L. Ch. 166)

7. Document 52, petition from Verizon New England & National Grid for a joint pole location on Inland st
(Item #23)

COMMUNICATIONS

8. Communication from Councillor Hetel requesting to introduce Warren Gerety to speak regarding Laurie Chase Kidsfest being held on May 6th

9. Communication from Councillor Ryan requesting a discussion regarding the 14 “news boxes” on the sidewalk in front of the Post Office in Washington Square

10. Communication from Councillor Daly O’Brien requesting to have Cell Tower Ordinance, Document 56-B referred to Planning Department for their May meeting

(Refer to Planning Board) (Council Hearing May 30 2006)

UNFINISHED BUSINESS

11. Document 16-B, Order council authorize Purchasing Dept to dispose of obsolete surplus equipment

12. Document 29-C, Ordinance re: Parking Phoenix Row Parking Lot, along river Delete 2-hr parking (filed 10 days Mar 28 th)

13. Document 29-D, Ordinance re: Parking Phoenix Row Parking Lot, along river No Parking, 7 AM–8 AM, Mon-Fri inclusive (filed 10 days Mar 28 th)

14. Document 29-E, Ordinance re: Parking Phoenix Row Parking Lot, along river all spaces, 10 hrs Mon-Fri, 8 AM-6 PM (filed 10 days Mar 28 th)

15. Document 29-F, Ordinance re: Parking Washington av East Side (Delete 2 hr Parking)Washington av from train station driveway heading north for 230 ft, 24 hours, 7 days a week (filed 10 days Mar 28 th)

16. Document 29-G, Ordinance re: Parking Washington av East Side, Washington av from train station driveway heading north for 230 ft – 10 hr parking 6 AM-6 PM (filed 10 days Mar 28 th)

17. Document 29-H, Ordinance re: Parking Delete 2 hr Parking, Locke st from Duncan to Essex st, West Side Limited 2 hr, 24 hours (filed 10 days Mar 28 th)

18. Document 29-I, Ordinance re: Parking No Parking, Limits– Entire length of Granite st on sides north and south, unlimited parking, 24 hours, 7 days a week (filed 10 days Mar 28 th)

19. Document 29-J, Ordinance re: Parking Wingate st Parking Lot - the whole lot No parking 7 AM-8 AM, Monday-Friday inclusive (filed 10 days Mar 28 th)

20. Document 34-C, Ordinance re: Parking 54 Howard st, Handicap parking (filed 10 days Mar 28 th)

21. Document 34-D, Ordinance re: Parking 62 Howard st, Delete Handicap parking (filed 10 days Mar 28 th)

22. Document 34-E, Ordinance re: Parking 134 Summer st, Delete Handicap parking (filed 10 days Mar 28 th)

NEW BUSINESS

23. Order grant Verizon New England & National Grid permission joint pole location on Inland st

24. Proclamation – Armenian Martyr’s Day April 24th

25. Transfer $425,000 to Fire Salaries from: Stabilization; $163,704, Salary Reserve; $153,810, Police Overtime; $23, 620, Highway Overtime; $47,240, Library Salaries; $13,006 and Fire Salaries $23,620

26. Ordinance re: Parking, 15 Minute Parking 143 Locust st; Easterly side of Locust st, beginning 20’ from intersection with Winter st(in front of 143 Locust st)one space; daily 8:00 AM-9:00 PM
(File 10 days)

27. Ordinance re: Salaries – Fire
(File 10 days)

Committee reports

Adjourn:

 
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