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September 6, 2011

1. Appointments by Mayor:

  • WASHINGTON STREET DISTRICT HISTORIC COMMISSION
    • Matthew Juros - Alternate To Be Confirmed
  • FRIENDS OF THE BRADFORD RAIL TRAIL
    • Denise Matolcsy-Cowden
  • Mayor’s DOWNTOWN MASTER COMMITTEE
    • Michael Valvo Peter Carbone
    • Matthew Juros Gerry McSweeney
  • CONSTABLES TO EXPIRE SEPTEMBER 6 2012 Re-appointments
    • Gerald Sewell Thomas E Daggett
    • David E Hall Joseph M Gauron
    • Ronald E Bertheim
  • CONSTABLE appointment
    • Giovanni Bloise-Freye
  • AUXILIARY POLICE appointments
    • Jonathan Pena
    • Robert C Bergeron
    • Paul S Cranfill

PETITIONS

2. Petition from David Goodwin Jr/ Crescent Yacht Club Race Committee Chairman announcing that they have rescheduled the “Haverhill River Run” Stock Outboard Racing on the Merrimack River to October 1st and 2nd and requests to close boat launching ramps and parking areas to general public in Bradford; that Saturday & Sunday for live racing between 11:30 am & 5:30 pm

3. Petition from Elle Gallo requesting to use parking deck on Merrimack st September 17th from 6 am to 9:30 pm for 2nd annual Eve Rising Charity Music Festival and also requests to hang banners across Rte 125 near Bradford Common & on parking deck; from September 7th to the 18th

3a. Related communication from Councillor Amirian

4. Petition from Verizon New England and Mass Electric Company requesting joint pole location on East Broadway
(Hearing Sep 27th)

5. Petition from Verizon New England and Mass Electric Company requesting joint pole location on Grove st
(Hearing Sep 27th)

6. Petition from City of Haverhill requesting that Haley rd be accepted as a public way
(Hearing Oct 11th)

7. Petition from City of Haverhill requesting that Silver Birch Lane be accepted as a public way
(Hearing Oct 11th)

8. Abatement report from Board of Assessors for month of August 2011

COMMUNICATIONS

9a. Communication from Councillor Amirian requesting a discussion about possible revenue stream by supplying water/wastewater services to Plaistow NH and other communities

9. Communication from Councillor Macek requesting to discuss a request from a condominium association to place a sign on a City island

UNFINISHED BUSINESS

10. Document 23, Ordinance re:Parking delete Handicap parking, 29 Hancock st (filed 8/24/11)

11. Document 23-F, Ordinance re:Vehicles & Traffic, Chapter 240 Section 85, Schedule B: Parking Restrictions & Prohibitions (filed 8/24/11)

12. Document 23-G, Ordinance re:Vehicles & Traffic, Chapter 240 Section 88, Schedule E: City Parking Lots
(filed 8/24/11)

13. Document 23-H, Ordinance re:Vehicles & Traffic, Central Business District Parking Fees, Rates & Terms
(filed 8/24/11)

14. Document 34-E, Order authorize Mayor to issue RFP for machines & equipment to provide paid parking -Parking Lots. Further, that Mayor is authorized to employ a parking consultant for implementation of paid parking

15. Document 34-F, Order that Mayor is authorized no earlier than March 1 2012 to issue RFP for machines and equipment to provide paid parking On Street. Further, Mayor is authorized to employ a parking consultant for implementation of paid parking

16. Document 78, Ordinance re: Stop Signs, Add stop sign on Washington av at northeast intersection of Arch st (filed 8/24/11)

17. Document 79, Ordinance re: One Way Streets, South Prospect st; Delete One Way from South Elm st to South Main st (filed 8/24/11)

18. Document 80, Ordinance re: Vehicles & Traffic – Chapter 240 Section 85, Schedule A: Service Zones
(filed 8/24/11)

NEW BUSINESS

19. Order authorize Mayor to enter into negotiations for purchase/sale agreement with Planning Office for Urban Affairs, Inc/POUA Holdings LLC for sale of property including building at 165 Winter st; formerly known as Winter Street School; Assessors Map 303, Block 66, Lot 1 containing 0.320 acres

20. Order authorize Mayor to enter into negotiations for purchase/sale agreement with B & L Enterprises Associates LLC for sale of property including building at 969 Main st; formerly known as Smiley School; Assessors Map 635, Block 6, Lot 1 containing approximately 1.551 acres

21. Election Warrant – City Election on Tuesday, November 8th; to vote for 1 candidate for office of Mayor, nine candidates for office of City Councillor and 3 candidates for office of School Committee; with polls open at 7 am to close at 8 pm

22. Order authorize Purchasing Department to proceed with final disposition of list of obsolete surplus equipment

23. Proclamation – National Day of Service & Remembrance; September 11

24. Ordinance re: One-Way Streets, Granite st ; West from Essex st to Moulton Way
(File 10 days)

Committee reports

25. Councillor Daly O’Brien submits Minutes of Administration & Finance Committee Meeting held August 3rd

26. Councillor Daly O’Brien submits Minutes of Administration & Finance Committee Meeting held August 24th

Committee study list

Adjourn:

 
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