AGENDA

MEETING OF THE COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL

       March 12, 2007

  

  CONSENT CALENDAR:

                                                                                                                        ACTION  TAKEN

COMMUNICATIONS

1.       MAYOR PEREZ, with accompanying resolution de Presentation of the State of the City.

         Received  

2.       MAYOR PEREZ, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to apply and receive funds

         from the State for the HIV Preventive Education Services and to execute any contract,

         amendment or other instruments with various providers for services.

           Referred to Health and Human Services Committee

3.       MAYOR PEREZ, with accompanying resolution de Lien waiver for Catholic Family

         Charities-Institute for the Hispanic Family (IHF).

           Referred to Planning and Economic Development Committee

4.       HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES COMMITTEE de Discussion on Hartford Human

         Capital Development Agenda: Implementation-Access to food.

           Received

5.       HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES COMMITTEE de Status of the Health and Human

         Services Department.

           Received

6.      EDUCATION COMMITTEE de Strategies and report on the Board of Education's focus on

         academic achievement.

           Received

FROM TABLE

7.       Report de Authorization to accept the Wal-Mart Foundation Grant funds to supplement the

         Police Department Annual Budget to promote its Neighborhood Policing Plan.

            Passed

REPORTS

8.        PLANNING AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE, with accompanying

         resolution de Authorization to exercise eminent domain powers and acquire the property

         located at 26 Atlantic Street.

          Passed

9.        PLANNING AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE, with accompanying

         resolution de Authorization to exercise eminent domain powers and acquire the property

         located at 31 Atlantic Street.

         Passed 

10.      PLANNING AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE, with accompanying

         resolution de Authorization to exercise eminent domain powers and acquire the property

         located at 223 High Street.

         Passed 

11.      PLANNING AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE, with accompanying

         resolution de Authorization to sign a memorandum of understanding with the Hartford

         Parking Authority over the operation of the lot at 1214 Main Street.

          Tabled

12.      PLANNING AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE, with accompanying

         resolution de Authorization to identify funds for retaining staff and paying for operating

         costs of the Caribbean Trade Council.

           Passed

13.      MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET COMMITTEE, with accompanying resolution de

         Authorization to enter into and execute a lease with Revitalization Corps for use of a certain

         residential dwelling located at 2 Holcomb Street.  

         Passed

14.      FINANCE AND REVENUE COMMITTEE, with accompanying resolution de Endorsement

         of the recommendation to proceed with the Kelvin D. Anderson Recreation Center

         Reconstruction Project and authorization to enter into contract with the on-call firm of

         Dubose Associates for architectural design services.

           Passed

15.      FINANCE AND REVENUE COMMITTEE, with accompanying resolution de Authorization

          to make transfers between projects within the Capital Improvement Fund to proceed with

         the full design of the Kelvin Anderson Center.

         Passed 

16.      HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES COMMITTEE, with accompanying substitute

         resolution de Identifying funds to support Hartford youth and Hartford-based community

         performances on key issues provided by HartBeat Ensemble.

          Passed

17.      HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES COMMITTEE, with accompanying substitute

         resolution de Authorization to identify funds for retaining staff and funding their counseling,

         advocacy and field trip programs for Hartford's youth sponsored by Revitalization Corps.

           Passed

18.     EDUCATION COMMITTEE, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to enter into

         and execute a lease with the University of Hartford for the purpose of operating a certain

         magnet school known as University High School of Science and Engineering.

           Passed

19.     PUBLIC WORKS, PARKS AND ENVIRONMENT COMMITTEE, with accompanying

         resolution de Enforcing the law limiting the idling of school buses and other diesel vehicles

         by Connecticut Department of Motor Vehicles.

           Passed

20.      PUBLIC WORKS, PARKS AND ENVIRONMENT COMMITTEE, with accompanying

         resolution de Authorization to accept grant award from the Arts Presentation Grant

         Program to support eight performances of the Troubadour Trails by Jeff McQuillan and

         Mike Kachuba.

           Passed

21.      PUBLIC WORKS, PARKS AND ENVIRONMENT COMMITTEE de Ordinance amending

         Chapter 26, Article I, Section 26-41 of Code de Alcoholic beverages prohibited generally;

         exceptions.

         Received

22.      PUBLIC WORKS, PARKS AND ENVIRONMENT COMMITTEE de Endorsement of the

         recommendation to proceed with the Kelvin D. Anderson Recreation Reconstruction Project

         and authorization to enter into contract with the on-call firm of Dubose Associates for

         architectural design services.

           Received

23.      PUBLIC WORKS, PARKS AND ENVIRONMENT COMMITTEE de Authorization to

         make transfers between projects within the Capital Improvement Fund to proceed with the

         full design of the Kelvin Anderson Center.

           Received

24.      PUBLIC WORKS, PARKS AND ENVIRONMENT COMMITTEE, with accompanying

         resolution de Waiver of half the fees and permission to use Pavilion, erect tents and sell

         food and merchandise for School's Out for the Summer Jam sponsored by Hartford

         Metropolitan Area Youth Choir at Bushnell Park.

           Passed

25.      PUBLIC WORKS, PARKS AND ENVIRONMENT COMMITTEE, with accompanying

         resolution de Waiver of half the fees and permission to serve food and beverages and erect

         tents for a Walk-a-thon hosted by Autism Speaks, Inc. at Elizabeth Park.

         Passed

26.      PUBLIC WORKS, PARKS AND ENVIRONMENT COMMITTEE, with accompanying

         resolution de Allocation of funds and waiver of half the fees for 36th Annual St. Patrick's

         Day Parade.

          Passed

27.      PUBLIC WORKS, PARKS AND ENVIRONMENT COMMITTEE, with accompanying

         resolution de Waiver of half the fees and permission to use Pavilion, erect tents, sell food,

         beverages and merchandise for the Greater Hartford Caribbean Trade and Cultural Fair

         sponsored by the Caribbean Trade Council, Inc. at Bushnell Park.

         Passed 

28.      PUBLIC WORKS, PARKS AND ENVIRONMENT COMMITTEE, with accompanying

         resolution de Waiver of half the fees and permission serve food, beverages and erect a tent

         for a Tree Climbing Competition sponsored by the Connecticut Tree Protection Association

         at Elizabeth Park.

         Passed 

FOR ACTION

29.      Ordinance amending Chapter 26, Article I, Section 26-41 of Code de Alcoholic beverages

         prohibited generally; exceptions.

           Postponed until March 26, 2007

RESOLUTIONS

30.      (MAYOR PEREZ)  223-233 High Street de Authorization to enter into and execute an

         option/purchase and sale agreement for and access to and sale agreement for the purchase

         of.

         HEARING DATE - Monday, March 19, 2007

         Referred to Planning and Economic Development Committee AND Planning and Zoning Commission

31.      (MAYOR PEREZ)  223-233 High Street de Authorization to enter into and execute an

         option/purchase and sale agreement for option for and access to.

         Referred to Planning and Economic Development Committee AND Planning and Zoning Commission

32.      (COUNCILPERSON PAINTER)  Bushnell Park de Waiver of half the fees and permission

         to serve food, beverages and erect a tent for Discover Hartford Bicycling and Walking Tour

         sponsored by Central Connecticut Bicycle Alliance (CCBA) at.

           Referred to Public Works, Parks and Environment Committee

33.      (COUNCILPERSON PAINTER)  Bushnell Park de Waiver of half the fees and permission

         to serve food, beverages and erect a tent for Synod in the City hosted by United Church at.

           Referred to Public Works, Parks and Environment Committee            

34.      (COUNCILPERSON PAINTER)  Bushnell Park and Elizabeth Park de Waiver of half the

         fees for Health Screenings sponsored by Capitol Chiropractic Center at.

         Referred to Public Works, Parks and Environment Committee

35.      (COUNCILPERSON PAINTER)  Bushnell Park de Permission to hold foot race and

         fitness walks sponsored by Komen Connecticut Race for the Cure at.

         Passed

36.      (COUNCILPERSON PAINTER)  Bushnell Park de Waiver of half the fees and permission

         to erect a tent, serve food and alcoholic beverages for a Summer Solstice Garden Party

         sponsored by Bushnell Park Foundation at.

         Passed

37.      (COUNCILPERSON PAINTER)  Elizabeth Park de Waiver of half the fees and permission

         to serve beverages for 3rd Annual Kate's 5 Mile Fun Run sponsored by St. Francis Hospital

         Foundation at.

         Referred to Public Works, Parks and Environment Committee

38.      (COUNCILPERSON PAINTER)  NCAA Division I Women's Basketball Championship First

          and Second Rounds de Waiver of half the fees associated with.

         Passed

39.     (COUNCILPERSON PAINTER)  Bushnell Park de Waiver of half the fees for 12th Annual

         Miracle Ride sponsored by Connecticut Miracle Ride and Yankee Harley Davidson at.

         Referred to Public Works, Parks and Environment Committee

40.     (COUNCILPERSON PAINTER)  Bushnell Park East side de Waiver of half the fees for a

         Global Warming Action Rally sponsored by the Connecticut League of Conservation Voters

         Education Fund at.

         Passed

41.     (COUNCILPERSON PAINTER)  St. Anne-Immaculate Conception Church de Waiver of

         half the fees for Good Friday Procession sponsored by.

         Passed

42.     (COUNCILPERSON PAINTER)  St. Lawrence O'Toole Church de Waiver of half the fees

         for Good Friday Procession sponsored by.

         Passed

43.     (COUNCILPERSON PAINTER)  St. Peter's Church de Waiver of half the fees for Good Friday

         Procession sponsored by.

         Passed

44.    (COUNCILPERSON PAINTER) (COUNCILPERSON TORRES)  East Cost Greenway de

         Encouragement to improve surface storm drain system and the MDC Clean Water Project

         that integrates the City's bicycle path network and appoint an Ad Hoc Bicycle Task Force

         for bike improvements in the City including a link to.

         Passed

45.    (COUNCILPERSONS BOUCHER, HORTON SHEFF, AND PAINTER)

         National Campaign to Restore Civil Rights (NCRCR) de Allocation of funds award

        that students for a National writing contest on "Does Diversity Matter," submitted to.

         Passed

46.     PUBLIC BUILDING DEDICATION COMMITTEE, with accompanying resolution

        de Adding the designation above the name of Madison Avenue as Father Jose da Silva

         Passed

 

 

       Attest:

 

 

                                                             Daniel M. Carey,
  
                                                                                 City Clerk