ACTIONS

 

MEETING OF THE COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL

January 9, 2012

 

 

COMMUNICATIONS

 


1.      MAYOR SEGARRA, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to apply and accept Neighborhood Stabilization Program III (NSPIII) grant funds from the Connecticut Department of Economic and Community Development (DECD).

Passed

        

2.      MAYOR SEGARRA, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to accept grant funds from the Connecticut Department of Public Health for lead poisoning prevention efforts carried out by the Department of Health and Human Services Committee.          

Passed

        

3.      MAYOR SEGARRA, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to accept grant funds from the Connecticut Department of Economic and Community Development (DECD), through its Urban Act Grant Program for Park Street improvements.

Passed

        

4.      MAYOR SEGARRA, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to accept grant funds from the Connecticut Department of Economic and Community Development (DECD), through its Municipal Brownfield Grant Program for the site of the former Capewell Horsenail Factory.

Passed

        

5.      MAYOR SEGARRA, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to accept grant funds from the Connecticut Department of Public Health through the West Hartford-Bloomfield Health District for the Cities Readiness Initiative (CRI).

Passed

           

6.      MAYOR SEGARRA, with accompanying resolution de Authorizing the sale of 41 and 42 Grand Street by the Hartford Redevelopment Agency (HRA) to the Charter Oak Health Center (COHC).

HEARING DATE - Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Referred to Planning and Economic Development Committee & Planning and Zoning

7.      MAYOR SEGARRA, with accompanying resolution de Accepting and acknowledging the donation by Thomas W. Raftery, Inc. (TWR) for space at 1055 Broad Street use by the Hartford Police Activities League (PAL).   

Passed

           

8.      MAYOR SEGARRA, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to accept on behalf of the Hartford Police Department the donation of a 2009 Harley Davison FLHTP Electra Glide motorcycle from Whelen Engineering Company, Inc.

Passed

           

9. MAYOR SEGARRA, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to enter into a 30 year Tax Abatement Agreement with Capitol Towers RHF Partners Limited Partnership for the Capitol Towers Elderly Housing Complex.

Referred to Planning and Economic Development Committee &

Operations, Management & Budget Committee

        

10.  MAYOR SEGARRA, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to enter into a 30 year Tax Abatement Agreement with 100-110 Laurel Street Associates Limited Partnership for the Underwood Large Family Housing Complex.

Referred to Planning and Economic Development Committee &

Operations and Management & Budget Committee

 

11.  MAYOR SEGARRA, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to enter into a 30 year Tax Abatement Agreement with 25 Laurel Street Associates Limited Partnership for the Underwood Elderly Housing Complex.

Referred to Planning and Economic Development Committee &

Operations and Management & Budget Committee

           

12.  MAYOR SEGARRA, with accompanying resolution de request to enter into Executive Session to discuss the potential resolution of M.A. New England v. City of Hartford.

Passed

           

13.  MAYOR SEGARRA, with accompanying resolution de Authorizing the sale of the tax liens on  217 Beacon Street to the West End Civic Association (WECA).

HEARING DATE - Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Referred Operations, Management & Budget Committee

 

14.  MAYOR SEGARRA, with accompanying resolution de Approval of the new voting districts for the City of Hartford.

Passed

15.  MAYOR SEGARRA, with accompanying resolution de Allocation of funds to the Registrar of Voters Office to hire part-time employees to carry out activities associated with changes in voting districts.

Referred Operations, Management & Budget Committee

 


16.  Tax Collector de Submission of the Annual Tax Collector's report for the fiscal year ended June 30, 2011.

Received

           

FROM TABLE

 


17.  PLANNING AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE, with accompanying resolution de Authorization for sale of City-owned land at 126 & 130 New Park Avenue and 8 & 161 Francis Court.

Referred to Planning and Economic Development Committee

        

FOR ACTION

18.  PLANNING AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE, with accompanying resolution de Creation of a special task force to investigate and advise for creation of a new municipally-owned and controlled electric power generation and supply facility comparable to other cities in Connecticut.

Referred to Planning and Economic Development Committee

          

19.  Ordinance de Amending Chapter 2, Article V, Division 9B, of Code de Hartford Commission on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Issues.

Referred to Legislative Affairs Committee

 

20. Ordinance amending Chapter 18, Article VI, Section 18-140 of Code de Pest Extermination.

Referred to Health & Human Services Committee

 

RESOLUTIONS

 

21.  (COUNCIL PRESIDENT WOODEN)  Executive Assistant to Council President Shawn T. Wooden de Appointment of James Sargent as.

REPLACEMENT                                                      Passed

22.  (COUNCIL PRESIDENT WOODEN)  Existing Council Rules de Adoption of.

REPLACEMENT                                                      Passed

 

23. (COUNCILMAN ANDERSON)  Executive Assistant to Councilman Kyle K. Anderson de Appointment of Monique Daley as.

REPLACEMENT                                                      Passed

24. (COUNCILMAN APONTE)  Executive Assistant to Councilman Alexander Aponte de Appointment of  Olga Colon as.

REPLACEMENT                                                      Passed

25. (COUNCILMAN APONTE)  Connecticut Pride Hartford de Allocation of funds from the City's Contributions Towards Public Programs Account to.

Referred Operations, Management & Budget Committee

 

26. (COUNCILMAN APONTE)  Upper Albany Neighborhood Collaborative de Allocation of funds from the City's Contributions Towards Public Programs Account to.

Referred Operations, Management & Budget Committee

 

27. (COUNCILPERSON COTTO)  Charter Revision Commission de Appointment pursuant to the provisions of Sections 7-187 through 7-194 of a.

Referred Operations, Management & Budget Committee

 

28. (COUNCILPERSON  COTTO)  Executive Assistant to Councilman Luis E. Cotto de Appointment           of Fernando Marroquin as.                                                                                                                   

REPLACEMENT                                                      Passed

29. (COUNCILPERSON  COTTO)  Colonial Street and School Street de Authorization to conduct a feasibility study for changing one way flow of traffic on.

Referred to Public Works, Parks and Environment Committee

30. (COUNCILMAN DEJESUS)  Executive Assistant to Councilman Raul DeJesus, Jr. de Appointment of Giselle Feliciano as.

REPLACEMENT                                                      Passed

31. (COUNCILMAN DEUTSCH AND COUNCILWOMAN JENNINGS)  Council Rules de Amendment of.

 

Tabled

           

32. (COUNCILMAN DEUTSCH)  Executive Assistant to Councilman Larry Deutsch de         Appointment of Shelly Jackson as

REPLACEMENT                                                      Passed

 

33. (COUNCILWOMAN JENNINGS)  Executive Assistant to Councilwoman Cynthia R. Jennings de Appointment of Jean Ward as.

Passed

 

34. (COUNCILMAN KENNEDY)  West Indian Foundation de Allocation of funds from the City's Contributions Towards Public Programs Account to.

Referred Operations, Management & Budget Committee

 

35. (COUNCILMAN KENNEDY)  Executive Assistant to Councilman Kenneth H. Kennedy, Jr. de Reappointment of Georgiana Holloway as.

REPLACEMENT                                                      Passed

           

36. (COUNCILMAN KENNEDY AND COUNCIL PRESIDENT WOODEN)  Majority Leader de Appointment of Alexander Aponte as.

Passed

        

 

SUPPLEMENTAL AGENDA

MEETING OF THE COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL

JANUARY 9, 2012

 

Items were added to the agenda by the Freedom of Information Act, Section 1-225(c) with an affirmative vote of the full Council 9 to 0.

 


37. (COUNCIL PRESIDENT WOODEN)  Court of Common Council Standing Committees de Appointment of the following for a term January 1, 2012 to December to the.

Passed


38. (COUNCILWOMAN JENNINGS)  Minority Leader de Appointment of Larry Deutsch as.

Passed

 

 

 

Attest:                                                                                     John V. Bazzano

                                                                                              City Clerk