AGENDA

MEETING OF THE COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL

      APRIL 24, 2006

 CONSENT CALENDAR:

                                                                        ACTION  TAKEN

COMMUNICATIONS

1.       MAYOR PEREZ, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to accept grant funds

         from State for Title I Ryan White Care Act Program.

         Passed

2.       MAYOR PEREZ, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to enter into contract

         with Rich Pearson and Barry Goff to redesign the new Office for Youth Services.

            Passed

3.       MAYOR PEREZ, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to enter into purchase

         and sale agreement with Community Renewal Team (CRT) for property located at 35 Clark

         Street. HEARING DATE - Monday, May 15, 2006

         Passed

4.       MAYOR PEREZ de Quality of Life Quarterly Report.

         Received

5.       MAYOR PEREZ, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to accept funds from

         State for the operation of the Upper Albany and Clay Arsenal Weed and Seed Program for

         Fiscal Year 2006/2007.

         Referred to the Quality of Life and Public Safety Committee   

6.       HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES COMMITTEE de Presentation of the Lead Poisoning

         Prevention Task Force Report.

         Received

REPORTS

7.       MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET COMMITTEE de Ordinance providing for increase in the

         salary range for Town and City Clerk.

         Received

8.        MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET COMMITTEE, with accompanying resolution de

         Authorization to enter into contract with Quinn Gillespie & Associates for Government

         Relations Services.

         Passed

9.       FINANCE AND REVENUE COMMITTEE de Ordinance appropriating $1,300,000 for

         renovations and improvements to the South End Senior Center  and Police Substation on

         Maple Avenue  and authorizing the issuance of $1,300,000 bonds of the City to meet said

         appropriation and pending the issuance thereof the making of temporary borrowings for

         such purpose. ($1,300,000).

         Received

10.     FINANCE AND REVENUE COMMITTEE de Ordinance appropriating $450,000 for

         renovations and improvements to the Board of Education leased Facility at 875 Asylum

         Avenue and authorization to issue bonds of the City to meet said appropriation and pending

         the issuance thereof the making of temporary borrowings for such purpose. ($450,000).

         Received

11.     FINANCE AND REVENUE COMMITTEE de Ordinance appropriating $2,000,000 for

         renovations and improvements to the Jennings Road Police facility and Police Substations

         and authorizing the issuance of $2,000,000 bonds of the City to meet said appropriation and

          pending the issuance thereof the making of temporary borrowings for such purpose.

         ($2,000,000).

         Received

12.     HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES COMMITTEE, with accompanying resolution de

         Authorization to enter into agreement with Cynthia Rzasa-Bess, PH.D for services to be

         rendered to the Mayor's Office for Young Children.

         Passed

13.      HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES COMMITTEE, with accompanying substitute

         resolution de Allocation of funds for Spring and Summer Program from the Health and

         Human Services Department-Recreation Services Contractual Account and authorization to

         enter into contract with Connecticut Valley Girl Scout Council, Inc.

            Passed

14.      LABOR AND WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE de Ordinance amending

         Chapter 2A, Article II, Section 2A-25 (b) (2) of Code de Pensions. (NBU-GG Provisions).

         Received

15.      LABOR AND WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE de Ordinance amending

         Chapter 2A, Article I, Section 2A-8 (a) of Code de Pensions. (Credited service).

         Received

16.      HOUSING COMMITTEE, with accompanying resolution de Authorization for sale of

         City-owned property located at 90 Earl Street to Habitat for Humanity.

         Passed

FOR ACTION

17.      Ordinance appropriating $1,300,000 for renovations and improvements to the South End

         Senior Center and Police Substation on Maple Avenue and authorizing the issuance of

         $1,300,000 bonds of the City to meet said appropriation and pending the issuance thereof

         the making of temporary borrowings for such purpose. ($1,300,000).

         Passed

18.      Ordinance appropriating $450,000 for renovations and improvements to the Board of

         Education leased facility at 875 Asylum Avenue and authorization to issue bonds of the City

         to meet said appropriation and pending the issuance thereof the making of temporary

         borrowings for such purpose. ($450,000).

         Passed

19.      Ordinance appropriating $2,000,000 for renovations and improvements to the Jennings

         Road Police Facility and Police Substations and authorizing the issuance of $2,000,000

         bonds of the City to meet said appropriation and pending the issuance thereof the making of

          temporary borrowings for such purpose. ($2,000,000).

         Passed

20.      Ordinance amending Chapter 2A, Article II, Section 2A-25 (b) (2) of Code de Pensions.

         (NBU-GG Provisions).

         Passed

21.      Ordinance amending Chapter 2A, Article I, Section 2A-8 (a) of Code de Pensions. (Credited

         service).

         Passed

22.      Ordinance establishing the Ridgefield Street Historic District.

         Passed

23.      Ordinance providing for change in salary range for Town and City Clerk.

         Passed

PROPOSED ORDINANCES

24.      (MAYOR PEREZ) Ordinance appropriating $400,000 for various capital projects said

         appropriation to be met from the proceeds from the sale of the Civic Center Garage.
           
            ($400,000).

         HEARING DATE - Monday, May 15, 2006

            Referred to the Management and Budget Committee
         and the Planning and Economic Development Committee

25.      (MAYOR PEREZ) Ordinance appropriating $600,000 for renovations and improvements at

          875 Asylum Avenue to provide additional classroom space for West Middle School and

         authorizing the issuance of $600,000 bonds of the City to meet said appropriation and

pending the issuance thereof the making of temporary borrowings for such purpose.

($600,000).

         HEARING DATE - Monday, May 15, 2006

         Referred to the Management and Budget Committee
         and the Planning and Economic Development Committee

26.      (MAYOR PEREZ) Ordinance authorizing the execution and delivery of variable rate bonds,

         credit facilities, indentures, remarketing agreements and swap agreements for authorized

         unissued bonds of the City.

         HEARING DATE - Monday, May 15, 2006

         Referred to the Finance and Revenue Committee

27.      (MAYOR PEREZ) Ordinance establishing a Fire Cadet in the Classification and Pay Plan for

          Non-Union employees.

         HEARING DATE - Monday, May 15, 2006

         Referred to the Labor and Workforce Development Committee

RESOLUTIONS

28.      (MAYOR PEREZ) Keisha Yobakki Freckleton de Appointment to the Hartford

         Commission on the Environment.

         Passed

29.       (COUNCILPERSON AIREY-WILSON) Martin Luther King, Jr. Soccer League de Allocation

          of funds from the Health and Human Services-Recreation Services Contractual Account for

         and authorization to enter into contract with.

         Referred to the Health and Human Services Committee

30.      (COUNCILPERSON PAINTER) The March of Dimes de Waiver of half the fees and

         permission to serve food and beverages for a fundraising walk sponsored by.

         Passed

31.      (COUNCILPERSON PAINTER) Bushnell Park de Permission to sell food and alcoholic

         beverages and erect tents for Summer Blues Concert sponsored by the Greater Hartford Arts

         Council at.

         Passed

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

          sell food, beverages and  merchandise and use of the pavilion  associated with Festival Del

         Coqui sponsored by Connecticut Institute Community Development Puerto Rican Parade,

         Inc. at.

        Referred to the Public Works, Parks and Environment Committee

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

         use pavilion for Remembrance Day sponsored by Mothers United Against Violence at.

         Referred to the Public Works, Parks and Environment Committee

34.       (COUNCILPERSON PAINTER) Riverfront Plaza de Waiver of half the fees and permission

          to serve food and beverages for the Red Nose Run sponsored by the Hartford Marathon

         Foundation, Inc. at.

         Referred to the Public Works, Parks and Environment Committee

35.      (COUNCILPERSON PAINTER) Riverfront Plaza de Waiver of half the fees and permission

          to serve food and beverages for the Oil Heat Run/Walk/Ride sponsored by the Hartford

         Marathon Foundation, Inc. at.

         Referred to the Public Works, Parks and Environment Committee

36.       (COUNCILPERSON PAINTER) The Hartford Northend Little League de Waiver of half

         the fees and permission to serve food and beverages for March to the Park 2006 sponsored by.

         Referred to the Public Works, Parks and Environment Committee

37.       (COUNCILPERSON PAINTER) Church of God Pentecost, Inc. de Waiver of half the fees

         and permission to erect tent for religious street services sponsored by.

         Referred to the Public Works, Parks and Environment Committee

38.      (COUNCILPERSON PAINTER) Allyn Street de Waiver of half the fees, permission to

         serve food and alcohol and erect a stage for Cinco De Mayo sponsored by Agave Cantino &

         Grill at.

         Referred to the Public Works, Parks and Environment Committee

39.      (COUNCILPERSON WINCH) Jashon J. Bryant de Planting a tree in the Willy Ware

         Community Center Park in memory of.

         Passed

40.      2006-2007 Budget

            Referred to the Management and Budget Committee

41.      PUBLIC WORKS, PARKS AND ENVIRONMENT COMMITTEE Report Ridgefield St

            Received   

Attest:

 

                                                                                                    Daniel M. Carey,
                                                                                      City Clerk