MINUTES

 MEETING OF THE COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL

June 23, 2003

 

COMMUNICATIONS

1. CITY MANAGER, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to execute restated and amended lease associated with Old State House.
Withdrawn

2. CITY MANAGER, with accompanying resolution de Authorization for sale of a portion of City-owned vacant land located at 1570-1674 Main Street to SOC Group II Limited Partnership. HEARING DATE - Monday, July 21, 2003
Referred to Housing Committee and City Plan Commission

3. CITY MANAGER, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to extend agreement #1603 with Greater Hartford Transit District and receive grants upon availability from GHTD.
Passed

4. CITY MANAGER, with accompanying resolution de Authorization for sale of City-owned property located at 30A Tredeau Street to Providian Builders. HEARING DATE - Monday, July 21, 2003
Referred to Housing Committee and City Plan Commission

5. CITY MANAGER, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to apply for and receive funding from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and enter into contracts with the Capital Region Council of Governments for services to develop a Medical Reserve Corps.
Referred to Health, Human Services and Recreation Committee

6. CITY MANAGER, with accompanying resolution de Authorization for sale of City-owned properties located at 183-185 and 194-196 Vine Street to Capital Restoration, Inc. HEARING DATE - Monday, July 21, 2003
Referred to Housing Committee and City Plan Commission

7. CITY MANAGER, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to consider leaves of absence for various employees.
Referred to Operations, Management and Budget Committee

8. CITY MANAGER, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to enter into contract with United States Department of Justice Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) for Enhancement of Community Policing Grant.
Passed

9. CITY MANAGER, with accompanying resolution de Continuation for Purchasing Agent to enter into contract with various Senior Centers contingent upon current and future funds.
Referred to Health, Human Services and Recreation Committee

10. CITY MANAGER, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to enter into contract with Randall Funding and Development to provide grants research and grant writing services to City departments.
Referred to Operations, Management and Budget Committee

11. CITY MANAGER, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to execute the Collective Bargaining Agreement between the City and Hartford Municipal Employees Association Union.
Passed

12. CITY MANAGER, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to enter into contract with Management Resources, LLC and Purchasing Agent for customer service and performance improvement services in City departments.
Withdrawn

13. CITY MANAGER, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to execute the Collective Bargaining Agreement between the City and Municipal Lawyers Association Union.
Passed

14. CITY MANAGER, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to execute the Collective Bargaining Agreement between the City and City of Hartford Professional Employees Association Union.
Passed

15. DEPUTY CORPORATION COUNSEL de Request to go into Executive Session to discuss litigation entitled Reid v. Maldonado, et al.
Received

16. OPERATIONS, MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET COMMITTEE de Update of the Codification of the Municipal Employees Retirement Fund.
Received

17. HEALTH, HUMAN SERVICES AND RECREATION COMMITTEE de Request for funds from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation for action plan on mental health.
Received

REPORTS

18. OPERATIONS, MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET COMMITTEE, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to accept partial payment from Broad-Park Development Corporation and Southside Institutions Neighborhood Alliance, Inc. and forgive the balance of debts for 149-151 Affleck Street, 994-998 Broad Street and 83-85 and 87-89 Ward Street for the development of Cityscape apartments.
Passed

19. OPERATIONS, MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET COMMITTEE AND EDUCATION COMMITTEE de Authorization to designate the Hartford School Building Committee to oversee project, preparation of schematic drawings and outline specifications for creation and construction of a Pathways to Technology Interdistrict Magnet School.
Passed

20. OPERATIONS, MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET COMMITTEE AND EDUCATION COMMITTEE, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to designate the Hartford School Building Committee to oversee project, preparation of schematic drawings and outline specifications for creation and construction of a University of Hartford High School of Science and Engineering Magnet School.
Passed

21. OPERATIONS, MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET COMMITTEE AND EDUCATION COMMITTEE, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to designate the Hartford School Building Committee, the Board of Education and the Superintendent of Schools to construct and complete project and grant application for Greater Hartford Classical Magnet School.
Passed

22. OPERATIONS, MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET COMMITTEE, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to enter into contract with the Abraham Group and the Purchasing Agent to implement Performance Management System.
Passed

23. HEALTH, HUMAN SERVICES AND RECREATION COMMITTEE de Ordinance amending Chapter 2, Article X, Division 4, Section 2-699(a) of Code concerning Affirmative Action Plan.
Received

24. LABOR COMMITTEE de Ordinance amending Chapter XVII, Section 3 (z)(8) of the Charter de Pensions. (Early Retirement Incentives Provisions).
Received

25. HOUSING COMMITTEE, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to subordinate City's mortgage for property located at 80 Cowles Street to Principal Residential Mortgage.
Passed

26. HOUSING COMMITTEE, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to subordinate City's mortgage for property located at 850-852 New Britain Avenue to Irwin Mortgage Company.
Passed

27. HOUSING COMMITTEE, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to subordinate City's mortgage for property located at 330-332 Jefferson Street to People's Bank.
Passed

28. HOUSING COMMITTEE, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to enter into a loan agreement with NWJ, LLC for the renovation of six (6) units of rental housing at 101-103 Mather Street.
Passed

29. HOUSING COMMITTEE, with accompanying resolution de Authorization and approval of Home Program funding and enter into agreement with Patricia Tyrell for renovation of rental housing units at 196-198 Homestead Avenue.
Passed

30. HOUSING COMMITTEE, with accompanying resolution de Authorization and approval of Home Program funding and enter into agreement with Neville G. Radway for renovation of rental housing units at 41-43 and 45-47 Mahl Avenue.
Passed

31. HOUSING COMMITTEE, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to subordinate City's mortgage for property located at 61-63 Adelaide Street to a financial institution.
Passed

32. HOUSING COMMITTEE, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to enter into agreement to reprogram, administer and distribute UDAG funds to Hartford Housing Authority (HHA) for street construction in Stowe Village Revitalization Project.
Passed

33. HOUSING COMMITTEE, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to subordinate City's mortgage for property located at 48 Hollywood Avenue to a financial institution.
Passed

34. HOUSING COMMITTEE, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to subordinate City's mortgage for property located at 19-21 Gray Street to a financial institution.
Passed

35. HOUSING COMMITTEE, with accompanying resolution de Authorization for sale of privately-owned property located at 184 Ashley Street to Mr. Andrew Clark and forgive portion of encumbered debt.
Passed

36. HOUSING COMMITTEE, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to subordinate City's mortgage for property located at 401-403 Sigourney Street to a financial institution.
Passed

37. HOUSING COMMITTEE, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to subordinate City's mortgage for property located at 1694-1696 Broad Street to a financial institution.
Passed

38. HOUSING COMMITTEE, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to subordinate City's mortgage for property located at 22 Fairfield Avenue to a financial institution.
Passed

39. HOUSING COMMITTEE, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to enter into contract restructuring the loan to MLK Cooperative, Inc.
Passed

40. PUBLIC WORKS AND PARKS COMMITTEE, with accompanying resolution de Waiver of half the fees and costs associated with Women's Big East Basketball Tournament at the Hartford Civic Center.
Passed

41. PUBLIC WORKS AND PARKS COMMITTEE, with accompanying resolution de Waiver of half the fees and permission to sell food, alcoholic beverages, crafts and souvenirs and hang banners and signage for the Greater Hartford Jazz Festival at Bushnell Park.
Passed

42. PUBLIC WORKS AND PARKS COMMITTEE, with accompanying resolution de Waiver of half the fees and use of City equipment for the Ethiopian World Federation, Inc. Annual Parade at Keney Park.
Passed

43. PUBLIC WORKS AND PARKS COMMITTEE, with accompanying resolution de Waiver of half the fees and use of pavilion for concert of traditional jazz sponsored by Hartford Jazz Society, Inc. at Bushnell Park.
Passed

44. PUBLIC WORKS AND PARKS COMMITTEE, with accompanying resolution de Waiver of half the fees and costs associated with First Summer Family Multicultural Celebration at the Learning Corridor.
Passed

45. PUBLIC WORKS AND PARKS COMMITTEE, with accompanying substitute resolution de Waiver of half the fees and costs associated with Unity Church Picnic at Elizabeth Park.
Passed

46. PUBLIC WORKS AND PARKS COMMITTEE, with accompanying substitute resolution de Waiver of half the fees and costs for Police coverage associated with World Soccer League Games at Dillon Stadium.
Passed

47. PUBLIC WORKS AND PARKS COMMITTEE, with accompanying substitute resolution de Waiver of half the fees associated with Meet Mutual Housing and Friends celebrating 2003 National Neighborworks Week sponsored by Mutual Housing at Rocky Ridge Park.
Passed

48. PUBLIC WORKS AND PARKS COMMITTEE, with accompanying resolution de Waiver of half the fees and costs for Health Fair sponsored by the Hispanic Health/Council at Barnard/South Green Park.
Passed

49. PUBLIC WORKS AND PARKS COMMITTEE, with accompanying resolution de Waiver of half the fees and costs associated with Health Fair sponsored by Latinos/as Contra Sida, Inc. at Ramon Quiros Park.
Passed

50. PUBLIC WORKS AND PARKS COMMITTEE, with accompanying resolution de Waiver of half the fees and costs for church services sponsored by Hartford Church of Christ at Elizabeth Park.
Passed

51. PUBLIC WORKS AND PARKS COMMITTEE, with accompanying resolution de Waiver of half the fees and costs for softball games and car and bike show sponsored by Elements of Sound/Respect Xtra large Entertainment at Goodwin Park.
Passed

52. PUBLIC WORKS AND PARKS COMMITTEE, with accompanying resolution de Waiver of half the fees and costs and closure of street for after school block party sponsored by Hope Street Ministry.
Passed

53. PUBLIC WORKS AND PARKS COMMITTEE, with accompanying resolution de Waiver of half the fees and costs and closure of street associated with festival sponsored by Mi Casa Family Service and Educational Center, Inc.
Passed

54. PUBLIC WORKS AND PARKS COMMITTEE, with accompanying resolution de Waiver of half the fees and use of pavilion for 36th Annual Monday Night Jazz Series at Bushnell Park.
Passed

55. PUBLIC WORKS AND PARKS COMMITTEE, with accompanying resolution de Wavier of half the fees and use of City equipment for sports day sponsored by the Hartford Seventh Day Adventist Area School at Keney Park.
Passed

56. PUBLIC WORKS AND PARKS COMMITTEE, with accompanying resolution de Waiver of half the fees for basketball tournament sponsored by the Gladiators at Deluco Park.
Passed

57. PUBLIC WORKS AND PARKS COMMITTEE, with accompanying resolution de Waiver of half the fees for block party sponsored by Tremont Street Block Watch at Tremont Street.
Passed

58. PUBLIC WORKS AND PARKS COMMITTEE, with accompanying resolution de Waiver of half the fees for parade and celebration sponsored by the World Sikh Council at Bushnell Park.
Passed

FOR ACTION

59. Ordinance amending Chapter 2, Article X, Division 4, Section 2-699(a) of Code de Affirmative Action Plan.
Passed

60. Ordinance concerning a supplemental appropriation in the General Fund for education and employee benefits in Fiscal Year 2002-2003. ($9,025,370).
Passed

61. Ordinance amending Chapter XVII, Section 3(z)(8) of the Charter de Pensions. (Early Retirement Incentives Provisions).
Passed

PROPOSED ORDINANCES

62. (CITY MANAGER) Ordinance amending the Pay Plan in the Classified Service de Professional Series. HEARING DATE - Monday, July 21, 2003
Referred to Operations, Management and Budget Committee

63. (CITY MANAGER) Ordinance amending the Pay Plan in the Classified Service de Nursing and Medical Series. HEARING DATE - Monday, July 21, 2003
Referred to Operations, Management and Budget Committee

64. (CITY MANAGER) Ordinance amending the Pay Plan in the Unclassified Service de Manager's Appointees. HEARING DATE - Monday, July 21, 2003
Referred to Operations, Management and Budget Committee

65. (CITY MANAGER) Ordinance amending the Pay Plan in the Classified Service de Recreation and Related Series. HEARING DATE - Monday, July 21, 2003
Referred to Operations, Management and Budget Committee

66. (CITY MANAGER) Ordinance amending the Pay Plan in the Classified Service de Clerical Series. HEARING DATE - Monday, July 21, 2003
Referred to Operations, Management and Budget Committee

67. (CITY MANAGER) Ordinance amending the Pay Plan in the Classified Service de Public Safety Series. HEARING DATE - Monday, July 21, 2003
Referred to Operations, Management and Budget Committee

RESOLUTIONS

68. (COUNCILPERSON LAFONTAINE) Dr. Joseph J. Bellizzi Middle School de Renaming South Middle School as.
Referred to Public Building Dedication Committee

69. (MAYOR PEREZ, DEPUTY MAYOR AIREY-WILSON AND COUNCILPERSON PAINTER) Notice Program de Authorization to enter into lease agreement with Ms. Erika Stanislaus for 2 offices at the Department of Human Services for.
Referred to Operations, Management and Budget Committee

70. (DEPUTY MAYOR AIREY-WILSON) Hartford Public Library de Permission to serve wine and beer at various invitation-only events hosted by.
Passed

71. (COUNCILPERSON HORTON SHEFF) Civic Pride Campaign de Expression of appreciation to all departments for demonstration of our collective commitment to the.
Passed

72. (COUNCILPERSON PAINTER) Pump House Grill Restaurant Group de Authorization to utilize the Pump House Gallery space for summer dining with tables and chairs by.
Passed

73. COUNCILPERSON ROSSETTI) Bushnell Park de Waiver of half the fees and permission to use City equipment for Y Games sponsored by the YWCA of Greater Hartford at.
Referred to Public Works and Parks Committee

74. (COUNCILPERSON ROSSETTI) Bushnell Park de Waiver of half the fees for mini festival sponsored by State Games of America, LLC at.
Referred to Public Works and Parks Committee

75. (COUNCILPERSON ROSSETTI) Clark and Barbour Streets de Waiver of half the fees for After School Party sponsored by the Salvation Army at the intersection of.
Passed

76. (COUNCILPERSON ROSSETTI) Guakia, Inc. de Waiver of half the fees and use of City equipment for neighborhood festival sponsored by.
Referred to Public Works and Parks Committee

77. (COUNCILPERSON ROSSETTI) 140 Woodland Street de Waiver of half the fees and use of City equipment for Community Health Fair hosted by the Urban League of Greater Hartford at.
Referred to Public Works and Parks Committee

78. COUNCILPERSON ROSSETTI) Bushnell Park de Waiver of half the fees for Christian Music Concert hosted by ONE C.H.A.N.E. dba R.U.N. (Rise Up New England) at.
Referred to Public Works and Parks Committee

79. OPERATIONS, MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET COMMITTEE, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to execute a conservation license agreement for a portion of the grounds of Hartford Public High School.
Passed

80. OPERATIONS, MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET COMMITTEE de Ordinance concerning a Supplemental Appropriation in the General Fund or Education and Employee Benefits in Fiscal Year 2002-2003. ($9,025.370).
Received

81. OPERATIONS, MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET COMMITTEE de Ordinance amending Chapter XVII, Section 3(z)(8) of the Charter concerning Pensions. (Early Retirement Incentives Provisions)
Received

82. DEPUTY CORPORATION COUNSEL  with accompanying resolution de Settlement of Suit against the City of Hartford, as follows: Rudolph J. Fiorillo v. City of Hartford.
Passed

83. MAYOR PEREZ AND ALL COUNCILPERSONS. Mayor Maynard Holbrook Jackson, Jr. de Condolences to the family and friends on behalf of.
Passed

Attest:

Daniel M. Carey, City Clerk

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INLAND WETLANDS AGENCY MEETING

June 23, 2003

REPORT:

1a. PLANNING, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND ZONING COMMITTEE, with accompanying resolution de Application by the City of Hartford/Riverfront Recapture, Inc. for Wetlands permit for filling, excavation or other alteration along the west bank of the Connecticut River.
Passed

Attest:

Daniel M. Carey, Clerk of the Agency.