Present – President Michitson, Councillors Scatamacchia, Hart, Ryan, Amirian, McGonagle, Macek, 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 McGonagle was appointed to read the records.
3. Communications from the Mayor
4. Utility Hearing(s) and Related Order(s)
Andrew K.Herlihy was appointed to the Haverhill Community Action, Inc Board, effective immediately. Term to expire May 30, 2015.
Petition was received from William Pillsbury Jr; Economic Development and Planning Director, requesting Hearing re: Zoning – Waterfront Interim Planning Overlay District (WIPOD)
Application for a Block Party from Peter McLaughlin, Saturday, July 14th, 12 noon to 10 pm on Apple st
Annual License Renewals:
7. Hearings and Related Orders
8. Motions and Orders
9. Unfinished Business of preceding Meetings
10. Communications and Reports from City Officers and Employees
Communications from Councillors:
ON MOTION OF COUNCILLOR HART TO APPROVE THEIR REQUEST TO PREPARE THE MARKERS AND REINSTALL THEM IN THE SAME LOCATION OR IN CLOSE PROXIMITY TO THE ORIGINAL MARKER.
Communication was received from Councillor Hart requesting to discuss the posting of “no overnight
parking” signs on Computer Drive and Research Drive.
On motion of Councillor Ryan to suspend the rules to introduce Russell Ahern to place a sign on city property under the supervision of the City Engineer.
Mr. Ahern stated that he was working on a project at the end of Riverdale Avenue and would like to place a
sign on city property similar to the one that was installed at an adjacent development.
11. Resolutions and Proclamations
12. Council Committee Reports and Announcements
Councillor Hart presented the minutes and recommendations of the Public Safety Committee
meeting held on May 24, 2012. Three items were discussed. The first was regarding the lights at Kenoza Avenue and Webster Street. It was reported that it would be too expensive to remove the light. Instead, a camera will be installed. The second item was parking on River Street. Councillor Scatamacchia requested to tabled this item for now. The third item was public safety as it relates to the railroad tracks. A representative from the MBTA attended. He stated there are more accidents than there should be. He will contact Councillor McGonagle with contact names to set up possible educational awareness programs for the community.
Meeting adjourned at 7:30 o’clock P.M. Yeas 8, Absent 1
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