AGENDA

MEETING OF THE COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL

     OCTOBER 14, 2003

   CONSENT CALENDAR:

                                                                                                                                 ACTION TAKEN 

COMMUNICATIONS

1.       CITY MANAGER, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to enter into two (2)

         lease agreements with Ms. Erika Stanisclaus of NOTICE and the Clay Hill Improvement

         Association for the usage of 4 offices at the Department of Health and Human Services

         located at 2 Holcomb Street.

           
Passed


2.
       CITY MANAGER, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to implement a No

         Freeze Policy during the upcoming winter season.

            Referred to Health, Human Services and Recreation Committee


3.       CITY MANAGER, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to approve

         contracts or amendments with State for the use of Per Capita funds and enter into

         contract with Hartford Hospital, St. Francis Hospital and Medical Center and the

            Quinlan companies for services.

           Passed

4.       CITY MANAGER, with accompanying resolution de Authorization for sale of

         City-owned property located at 2404 Main Street to Lebert F. Lester.

         HEARING DATE – November 17,  2003

           Referred to Planning, Economic Development and Zoning Committee 


5.       CITY MANAGER, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to execute

         documents to transfer title for  properties located at 884 through 902 Main Street

            to 18 Temple Street, LLC.

           Referred to Planning, Economic Development and Zoning Committee

6.       CORPORATION COUNSEL, with two (2) accompanying resolutions de Settlements of

         Claims against the City of Hartford, as follows: Maria I. Davila - $50.00 and

         Concepcion Ruiz - $4,000.

            Passed

7.       COUNCILPERSON HORTON SHEFF, with accompanying resolution de

         Implementing a City affordability rental standard.

            Referred to the Housing Committee


8.       PLANNING, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND ZONING COMMITTEE de

         Quarterly Corporate Report by the Hartford Economic Development Commission.  

         Received
 

9.       TOWN AND CITY CLERK de Reconsideration of Item #38 from the September 8, 2003

         meeting.

          Passed

REPORTS

10.  PLANNING, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND ZONING COMMITTEE de

     Ordinance changing the zone classification on the west side of Windsor Street between

     Pavilion and Battles Streets from the present C-1 to the I-2 District.

       Received

11.  PLANNING, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND ZONING COMMITTEE, with

     accompanying resolution de Authorization for sale of City-owned vacant land located

    at 223 Wethersfield Avenue to the Capitol Region Education Council.

      Passed

12.  PLANNING, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND ZONING COMMITTEE de

     Authorization to execute an easement to CL&P over City-owned property located at

     170 Sisson Avenue to improve electrical system.

        Received     

13.  OPERATIONS, MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET COMMITTEE, with accompanying

      resolution de Acceptance of the Labor Board Arbitration Award for Library Bargaining

      Unit Personnel Increment.

        Passed

14.  OPERATIONS, MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET COMMITTEE de Ordinance

      amending Appendix, Section 31 of the Charter concerning Police Benefit Fund.

        Received

15.  OPERATIONS, MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET COMMITTEE de Ordinance amending

      Chapter 27, Article II, Section 27-36.1 of the Code regarding Designated Vendor Parking.

       Received

16.   OPERATIONS, MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET COMMITTEE, with accompanying

       resolution de  Authorizing an amendment to the Trust Indenture securing the Mortgage

       Revenue Bonds ("Underwood Project"), 1983 Series A and an assignment of-the-right

      to purchase such Bonds in-lieu-of redemption.

       Passed

17.  PUBLIC WORKS AND PARKS COMMITTEE, with accompanying resolution de

      Waiver of half the fees for Nickelodeon's "Let Just Play Hartford" Event sponsored by

      Oasis Productions at Bushnell Park.

       Passed

18.  PUBLIC WORKS AND PARKS COMMITTEE, with accompanying resolution de

      Waiver of half the fess, permission to use City equipment and street closures for the

      Tenth Annual Aetna U.S. Healthcare Greater Hartford Marathon sponsored by the

      Hartford Marathon Foundation Inc. at Bushnell Park.

       Passed

19.  PUBLIC WORKS AND PARKS COMMITTEE, with accompanying resolution de

      Waiver of half the fees and use of softball fields for softball tournament sponsored by

      M.D.C. Local 184 at Colt Park.

        Passed

20.
  PUBLIC WORKS AND PARKS COMMITTEE, with accompanying resolution

      de Waiver of half the fees for Foot Guard Parade sponsored by 1st Company Governor’s

        Foot Guard.

        Passed

21.  PUBLIC WORKS AND PARKS COMMITTEE, with accompanying resolution de

      Waiver of half the fees for Annual Hartford Brewfest sponsored by the Hartford Guides

      at LAZ Parking Lot.

        Passed

22.  PUBLIC WORKS AND PARKS COMMITTEE, with accompanying substitute

      resolution de Waiver of half the fees and closure of Trinity Street for Memory Walk 2003

      sponsored by the Alzheimer's Association of Northern Connecticut at Bushnell Park.

        Passed

23.
  PUBLIC WORKS AND PARKS COMMITTEE, with accompanying resolution de

      Waiver of half the fees for Fourth Annual Sober Walkathon sponsored by the

      Connecticut Community for Addiction Recovery at Bushnell Park.

       Passed

24.  PUBLIC WORKS AND PARKS COMMITTEE, with accompanying resolution de

      Waiver of half the fees for Annual Children and Domestic Violence Awareness Exhibit

      sponsored by the Connecticut Coalition Against Domestic Violence at Bushnell Park.

     Passed

     

FOR ACTION

25.      Report de Creating a contract with John Kulick to resume Park River Tours.

             Passed

26.      Ordinance changing the zone classification on the west side of Windsor Street between

         Pavilion and Battles Streets from the present C-1 to the I-2 District.

           Postponed

27.      Ordinance amending Appendix, Section 31 of the Charter de Police Benefit Fund.

          Passed

28.      Ordinance amending Chapter 27, Article II, Section 27-36.1 of the Code regarding

         Designated Vendor Parking.

         Passed
 

PROPOSED ORDINANCES

29.      (CITY MANAGER) Ordinance concerning an appropriation in the Capital

         Improvement Fund for construction of Greater Hartford Classical Magnet School.

         HEARING DATE – November 17,  2003

            Referred to the Operations, Management and Budget Committee and Education Committee

30.      (CITY MANAGER) Ordinance concerning an appropriation in the Capital

         Improvement Fund for the construction of Pathways to Technology Magnet School.

         HEARING DATE – November 17,  2003

           Referred to the Operations, Management and Budget Committee and Education Committee

31.      (CITY MANAGER) Ordinance concerning an appropriation in the Capital

         Improvement Fund for construction, inspection and maintenance of the Trinity College

         area improvements. ($4,791,700).

         Referred to the Operations, Management and Budget Committee

         HEARING DATE – November 17,  2003

 32.     (COUNCILPERSON HORTON SHEFF) Ordinance amending Chapter 2, Section 2-196

          of the Code de Civilian Police Review Board.

         HEARING DATE – November 17,  2003

          Referred to the Quality of Life and Public Safety Committee

 

RESOLUTIONS

33.  (COUNCILPERSON ROSSETTI) National Domestic Violence Awareness de

      Declaring the month of October as.

       Passed

34.      (MAYOR PEREZ) Commission on Youth de Appointment of members to.

     
Passed

35.      (MAYOR PEREZ) Clorinda Soldevila de Appointment to the Hartford Commission on
Aging.

     Passed

36.
      (MAYOR PEREZ) Mary Diaz de Appointment to the Advisory Commission on the

         Environment.

      Passed

37.
      (MAYOR PEREZ) Advisory Commission on Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender

         Issues de Appointment of members to.

       Passed

38.      (MAYOR PEREZ) William S. Spencer de Appointment to the Grandparents Raising

         Grandchildren Commission.   

        Passed

39.      (MAYOR PEREZ) Elinor P. Jacobson de Revision of term expiration date on the

         Commission on the City Plan.

       Passed

40.       (CORPORATION COUNSEL) Marie Cianciolo v. City of Hartford de Settlement of

    lawsuit entitled.  

Passed          

41.     (COUNCILPERSON HORTON SHEFF) National League of Cities de Declaring as and

        support for Little Kids, Big Plans Week by.

      Passed

 42.  (COUNCILPERSON PAINTER) Health and Human Services Committee de Referral of

       the responsibility of the contracts between the City and "Friends of" groups and

       between the "Friends of" groups and service providers to.

Referred to the Public Works and Parks Committee



43.   (COUNCILPERSON PAINTER) Preserving Hartford's history de Appointing a task

      force to draw up an ordinance regarding.

       Passed

44.  (COUNCILPERSON ROSSETTI) SS. Cyril and Methodius Church de Waiver of half

      the fees and use of City equipment for Ninth Annual Dozynki or Parish Festival/Picnic

      sponsored by.

     
Passed

45.  (COUNCILPERSON ROSSETTI) SS. Cyril and Methodius Church de Waiver of half

     the fees for Religious Procession sponsored by.

      Passed

46.  (COUNCILPERSON ROSSETTI) Equestrian Center de Waiver of half the fees and use

     of City equipment for the Grand Opening of their Indoor Children's Riding Arena

     sponsored by the Ebony Horsewomen Inc. at.

      Passed

47.
  (COUNCILPERSON ROSSETTI) Goodwin Park de Waiver of half the fees for a

     Drive-through Animated Light Festival sponsored by Associate Events at.

       Passed

48.  (COUNCILPERSON ROSSETTI) Greater Hartford Arts Council de Waiver of half the

      fees and use of City equipment for Veterans Day Parade sponsored by.

       Passed

49.   (COUNCILPERSON ROSSETTI) Albany Avenue Police Substation de Waiver of half

     the fees for Evangelical Event sponsored by Full Gospel Foundation Building Ministries at.

       Passed

50.  (COUNCILPERSON ROSSETTI) Elizabeth Park de Waiver of half the fees for Jingle

     Bell Run and Chili Walk sponsored by the Arthritis Foundation, England Chapter at.

     Passed

     

      Attest:    Daniel M. Carey,
  
                         City Clerk