Present - President Michitson, Councillors Scatamacchia, Hart, Ryan, Amirian, McGonagle, Macek, LePage, and Daly O’Brien.
City Clerk – Margaret A. Toomey.
1. Approval of Records of the Previous Meeting
Minutes were approved.
2. Assignment of the minutes review for the next Meeting
Councillor Macek was appointed to read the records.
3. Communications from the Mayor
Communication was received from Mayor Fiorentini regarding updated Code MGL c.43C, §11; § 32-53. Chief Financial Officer and also officially appointing City Auditor, Charles Benevento as the Chief Financial Officer for the City. PLACED ON FILE 44-C
4. Utility Hearing(s) and Related Order(s)
Petition was received from Tracy Fuller, YMCA Executive Director, requesting to hang a banner across
Rte 125 by Bradford Common, May 14-25, to promote YMCA summer camps
7. Hearings and related Orders
Document 71/2011, An application was received for a Special Permit from Attorney Waldron for applicant
Michael Lefevre to build multi-family housing—9 residential condo Units for property on River st; Assessors Map 534, Block 4, Lot 19 with a Conditional favorable recommendation from the Planning Board and Planning Director.
Document 72/2011, A petition was received from Attorney Waldron for applicant Joseph DiPrimo requesting to Discontinue a portion of Naples rd.
Document 18, A petition was received from Stephen Defeo/Bradford Unlimited Corp requesting a Special Permit for a Cluster Residential Development & Application for Waiver of Affordable Housing Component off Rosemont st; Assessor’s Map 636, Block 1, Lot 10 & a portion of Map 651, Block 610, Lot 18 with a Conditional favorable recommendation from the Planning Board and Planning Director.
ON MOTION OF COUNCILLOR MACEK TO MOVE THE APPLICATION BE GRANTED WITH CONDITIONS AND STIPULATIONS ALOING WITH THE ECOMMENDATIONS OF THE APRIL 20, 2012 LETTER FROM WILLIAM PILLSBURY, JR, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND PLANNING DIRECTOR.
AMENDMENT PASSED Yeas 9, Nays 0 and
8. Motions and Orders
9. Unfinished Business of preceding Meetings
MUNICIPAL ORDINANCE CHAPTER 191 An Ordinance Relating to Peddling and Soliciting Be it Ordained by the City Council of the City of Haverhill that the Code of the City of Haverhill,
By deleting the first sentence of paragraph J., and, inserting in place thereof the following:“Any person, firm or corporation engaging in the business of a door to door sales, whether taking or attempting to lease or take orders for retail sale of goods, wares, merchandise, or services, and including orders for future delivery, are required to register with the Chief of Police, provide positive identification, complete an application signed by the applicant, be photographed, and sign a photograph identification badge. Any person, firm or corporation taking orders for future delivery shall also provide written daily notice as required by M.G.L. C. 101, §34.”
Also by deleting the words “for future delivery” in the third sentence of paragraph J. (see document for complete text) PASSED Yeas 9, Nays 0 51
MUNICIPAL ORDINANCE CHAPTER
10. Communications and Reports from City Officers and Employees
Abatement Report was received from Board of Assessors for month of March 2012. PLACED ON FILE 11-D
11. Resolutions and Proclamations
P R O C L A M A T I O N
12. Council Committee Reports and Announcements
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