AGENDA

                                                 MEETING OF THE COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL

                                                                              June 25, 2012

                                                                                                                                                  ACTION  TAKEN

COMMUNICATIONS

 

1.       MAYOR SEGARRA, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to apply and accept

         funds from the Connecticut Department of Agriculture as reimbursement for the expenses

         associated with the WIC Farmers' Market Nutrition Program.

2.       MAYOR SEGARRA, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to provide funding to the

          Hispanic Senior Center and to the Parkville Senior Center from General Funds available in FY

         2012-13 budget of the Health & Human Services Department.

3.       MAYOR SEGARRA, with accompanying resolution de Authorizing iQuilt and its approved

         vendors to serve alcohol as part of the Envisionfest event to be held at Bushnell Park on

         September 27, 28, and 29, 2012.

4.       MAYOR SEGARRA, with accompanying resolution de Request to enter into Executive

         Session to discuss the potential resolution of the Worker's Compensation Claim of Christopher

          Little.

5.       MAYOR SEGARRA, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to enter into a contract

         with Recyc-Mattresses for the purpose of recycling mattresses and box springs that are

         collected by the Department of Public Works.

6.       MAYOR SEGARRA, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to enter into a contract

         with the Community Renewal Team (CRT) for management and operation of the Stewart B.

         McKinney Emergency Shelter.

7.       MAYOR SEGARRA, de Submission of Commission on Aging Annual Report.

8.       MAYOR SEGARRA, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to apply and accept

         grant funds from the Connecticut Department of Education through its Youth Services Bureau

          (YSB) Enhancement grant program.

9.       MAYOR SEGARRA, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to apply and accept

         grant funds from the Connecticut Department of Education through its Youth Services Bureau

          (YSB) grant program.

10.      MAYOR SEGARRA, with accompanying resolution de Approval of a temporary construction

         easement and a permanent air rights easement over Jefferson Street in favor of Hartford

         Hospital for construction of a skywalk.

         HEARING DATE - Monday, July 16, 2012

11.      MAYOR SEGARRA, with accompanying resolution de Authorization of an Easement

         Agreement in favor of Aetna Life Insurance Company for the installation and maintenance of

         pedestrian lights on Imlay Street.

         HEARING DATE - Monday, July 16, 2012

 

REPORTS

 

12.      OPERATIONS, MANAGEMENT, BUDGET AND LEGISLATIVE AFFAIRS COMMITTEE,

         with accompanying resolution de Appointment of Councilman Alexander Aponte and Thomas

         E. Deller, Director of Development Services to the Policy Board of the Capitol Region Council

          of Governments.

13.      OPERATIONS, MANAGEMENT, BUDGET AND LEGISLATIVE AFFAIRS COMMITTEE,

         Ordinance Appropriating $100,000,000 for the Planning, Design and Construction of

         Renovations and Improvements to Weaver High School and Authorizing the Issuance of

         $100,000,000 Bonds of the City to meet said appropriation.

14.      OPERATIONS, MANAGEMENT, BUDGET AND LEGISLATIVE AFFAIRS COMMITTEE,

         with accompanying resolution de Authorization to adopt and submit the City of Hartford's

         Three Year Annual Action Plan to U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development

         (HUD).

15.      OPERATIONS, MANAGEMENT, BUDGET AND LEGISLATIVE AFFAIRS COMMITTEE,

         with accompanying resolution de Authorization to transfer to the Suspense Book principal

         outstanding delinquent motor vehicle taxes from the Grand List of 2003.

16.      OPERATIONS, MANAGEMENT, BUDGET AND LEGISLATIVE AFFAIRS COMMITTEE,

         with accompanying resolution de Authorization to submit its list of local non-profit agencies

         and programs to the Connecticut Neighborhood Assistance Act Tax Credit Program (NAA).

17.      EDUCATION COMMITTEE, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to amend a

         lease for space at 245 Locust Street.

18.      EDUCATION COMMITTEE, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to amend an

         existing lease for space at 184 Windsor Avenue that currently houses the Pathways to

         Technology Magnet School.

19.      EDUCATION COMMITTEE, Ordinance Appropriating $100,000,000 for the Planning, Design

          and Construction of Renovations and Improvements to Weaver High School and Authorizing

         the Issuance of $100,000,000 Bonds of the City to meet said appropriation.

20.      QUALITY OF LIFE AND PUBLIC SAFETY AND HOUSING  COMMITTEE, with

         accompanying resolution de Authorization to enter into a Memorandum of Agreement with the

          CT Department of Emergency Management & Homeland Security, the Capitol Region

         Council of Governments, required for Hartford's participation in the Federal Fiscal Year 2010

         Homeland Security Grant Program.

21.      QUALITY OF LIFE AND PUBLIC SAFETY AND HOUSING  COMMITTEE, with

         accompanying resolution de Authorization to apply and accept funds from the State of

         Connecticut's Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection, through its

         Emergency Management Performance Grant.

22.      QUALITY OF LIFE AND PUBLIC SAFETY AND HOUSING  COMMITTEE, with

         accompanying resolution de Authorization to apply and accept a Keep Kids Safe Grant from

         the Connecticut's Office of Policy and Management.

23.      QUALITY OF LIFE AND PUBLIC SAFETY AND HOUSING  COMMITTEE, with

         accompanying resolution de Authorization to apply and accept a grant ($50,000) from the

         United States Department of Justice, Office of Community Oriented Policing Services

         (COPS) though the Community Policing Development program (CPD)

24.      QUALITY OF LIFE AND PUBLIC SAFETY AND HOUSING  COMMITTEE, with

         accompanying resolution de Authorization to apply and accept a grant ($368,000) from the

         United States Department of Justice, Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS)

          though the Community Policing Development program (CPD).

25.      QUALITY OF LIFE AND PUBLIC SAFETY AND HOUSING  COMMITTEE, with

         accompanying resolution de Authorization to apply and accept the FY 2012 COPS CPD

         Officer Safety and Wellness Grant from the United States Department of Justice.

26.      QUALITY OF LIFE AND PUBLIC SAFETY AND HOUSING  COMMITTEE, with

         accompanying resolution de Authorization to apply and accept the 2012 JAG State Pass-

         Though Grant from the State of Connecticut Office of Policy and Management.

27.      QUALITY OF LIFE AND PUBLIC SAFETY AND HOUSING  COMMITTEE, with

         accompanying resolution de Authorization to accept Federal Project Safe Neighborhoods

         Funding from the U.S. Justice Department through the U.S. Attorneys Office, District of

         Connecticut.

28.      QUALITY OF LIFE AND PUBLIC SAFETY AND HOUSING  COMMITTEE, with

         accompanying resolution de Authorization to enter into a five-year contract with Imagineers

         LLC, for operation of the City's Section 8 Program.

29.      QUALITY OF LIFE AND PUBLIC SAFETY AND HOUSING  COMMITTEE, Ordinance

         amending Chapter 9, Article V of the Municipal Code de Anti-Blight Program

 

FOR ACTION

 

30.      Resolution de Appointment of Raul Pino as Director of Health and Human Services

         Department for the City of Hartford.

31.      Ordinance Appropriating $100,000,000 for the Planning, Design and Construction of

         Renovations and Improvements to Weaver High School and Authorizing the Issuance of

         $100,000,000 Bonds of the City to meet said appropriation.

32.      Report with accompanying resolution de Authorization to apply for a School construction

         grant from the State of Connecticut Department of Education for renovations of Weaver High

         School.

 

PROPOSED ORDINANCES

 

33.      (COUNCILMAN KENNEDY)  Ordinance amending Section 2A-30 de NBU-P/F provisions of

         the Municipal Code

            HEARING DATE - Monday, July 16, 2012

 

RESOLUTIONS

 

34.      (MINORITY LEADER DEUTSCH) (COUNCILWOMAN JENNINGS)  APPOINTMENTS

         Court of Common Council de Appointment of Joel Cruz (WFP) to complete the unexpired

         term of Luis E. Cotto to the.

35.      (COUNCILMAN ANDERSON)  West Indian week in the City of Hartford de Declaration of

         August 5th - August 11th as.

36.      (COUNCILMAN ANDERSON)  The 50th independence of Trinidad and Tobago de

         declaration of August 26th - August 31st in the City of Hartford in recognition of.

37.      (COUNCILMAN ANDERSON)  50th Celebration of the independence of Jamaica de

         Declaration of June 29th - August 4th as Jamaica week in the City of Hartford in recognition

         of the.

38.      (MINORITY LEADER DEUTSCH)  Normal or extended hours de Request that community

         and recreation centers operated by City Departments to continue to provide services for all

         ages including summer and school vacation periods with.

39.      (MINORITY LEADER DEUTSCH)  City of Hartford policy as adopted by the Court of

         Common Council de Request that services fro women and families suffering homelessness be

         maintained and funded on a quarterly basis until equivalent services have been established as

         the.

40.      (MINORITY LEADER DEUTSCH)  Commissioners on the Board of MDC de Request that the

          Court of Common Council convene a Special Committee of the Whole to consider matters

         related to.

        

    Attest:                                                                                 John V. Bazzano

                                                                                              City Clerk