AGENDA

MEETING OF THE COURT OF COMMON  COUNCIL

June 9, 2003

CONSENT CALENDAR:

           

 COMMUNICATIONS

1.         CITY MANAGER, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to subordinate City's mortgage for property located at 61-63 Adelaide Street to a financial institution. HEARING DATE - Monday, June 16, 2003             
Referred to Housing Committee

 

2.         CITY MANAGER, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to enter into contract with United States Department of Justice-Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) in School Program for new Officers.     
Passed

           

3.         CITY MANAGER, 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.
Referred to Housing Committee

           

4.         CITY MANAGER, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to apply for and receive funds from State for Youth Services Bureau and enter into various contracts with.
Passed

           

5.         CITY MANAGER, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to enter into contract with United States Department of Justice-Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) Homeland Security Overtime Program (HSOP) for overtime.
Passed

           

6.         CITY MANAGER, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to subordinate City's mortgage for property located at 48 Hollywood Avenue to a financial institution.
Referred to Housing Committee

HEARING DATE - Monday, June 16, 2003

 

7.         CITY MANAGER, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to enter into agreement with AFSCME Council 4 Local 1716 and execute the CBA to modify and carry out intent of memorandum of agreement.
Passed

           

8.         CITY MANAGER, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to subordinate City's mortgage for property located at 19-21 Gray Street to a financial institution.
Referred to Housing Committee

HEARING DATE - Monday, June 16, 2003

 

9.         CITY MANAGER, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to enter into contract with State Department of Environmental Protection for improving the water quality of ponds at Keney, Goodwin and Pope Parks.
Passed

           

10.       CITY MANAGER, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to apply for and receive State funds for Local Prevention Council Program (Substance Abuse Programs).
Passed

           

11.       CITY MANAGER, 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.
Referred to Housing Committee

 HEARING DATE - Monday, June 16, 2003         

 

12.       CITY MANAGER, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to enter into contract with Family Life Ministry, Inc. for Adolescent Parenting and Development Program.
Passed

           

13.       CITY MANAGER, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to submit 2003  Neighborhood Assistance Act (NAA) to State Department of Revenue Services.
Passed

           

14.       CITY MANAGER, with accompanying resolution de Reprogramming of CDBG funds from PY 28 Community Development Category to the Unspecified Local Options (ULO) and  enter into agreement with Medical Temp Force, LLC to execute  job creation and project assistance.
Passed

           

15.       CITY MANAGER, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to subordinate City's mortgage for property located at 401-403 Sigourney Street to a financial institution.
Referred to Housing Committee

HEARING DATE - Monday, June 16, 2003

 

16.       CITY MANAGER, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to subordinate City's mortgage for property located at 1694-1696 Broad Street to a financial institution.
Referred to Housing Committee

HEARING DATE - Monday, June 16, 2003

 

17.       CITY MANAGER, with accompanying resolution de Transfers to Tax Suspense List.
Passed

           

18.       CITY MANAGER, 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.
Referred to Operations, Management and Budget Committee; Education Committee

           

19.       CITY MANAGER, 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 Pathways to Technology Interdistrict Magnet School.
Referred to Operations, Management and Budget Committee; Education Committee

           

20.       CITY MANAGER, with accompanying resolution de Authorization for the Human Services Department-Youth Services Division to sponsor Summer Passing League and Finance Department to set-up account for collection of funds.
Referred to Public Works and Parks Committee

           

21.       CITY MANAGER, with accompanying resolution de Authorization for sale of City-owned property located at 918-920 Park Street to Corporation for Independent Living.
Referred to Housing Committee

HEARING DATE - Monday, June 16, 2003

 

22.       CITY MANAGER, 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.
Referred to Operations, Management and Budget Committee; Education Committee

           

23.       CITY MANAGER, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to enter into contract with the Abraham Group and the Purchasing Agent to implement Performance Management System.
Referred to Operations, Management and Budget Committee

 

24.       CITY MANAGER, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to enter into contract with Hartford Public Access Television, Inc. for public television services and programming.
Passed

           

25.       CITY MANAGER, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to submit application to U.S. Department of Labor for allocation of funds from DECD and enter into contract with.
Passed

           

26.       CITY MANAGER, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to subordinate City's mortgage for property located at 22 Fairfield Avenue to a financial institution.
Referred to Housing Committee

HEARING DATE - Monday, June 16, 2003

 

27.       CITY MANAGER, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to submit application and enter into contract with U.S. Department of Justice Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) for Universal Hiring Program.
Passed

 

28.       CORPORATION COUNSEL, with accompanying resolution de Settlements of Claims against the City of Hartford, as follows: Angenette Harvey - $12,500.00 and Cerise Smith-Vaughn - $350.00.
Passed

29.       DEPUTY CORPORATION COUNSEL de Request to go into Executive Session to discuss litigation entitled Stack v. City of Hartford, et al.
Received

           

30.       PLANNING, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND ZONING COMMITTEE de Hartford Economic Development Commission Quarterly Report.
Received

           

31.       TOWN CLERK de Authorization to cancel hearing on ordinances for Broad Street between Park and Grand Streets due to Petitioner not meeting requirements.
Received

           

REPORTS

 

32.       PLANNING, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND ZONING COMMITTEE de Ordinances amending Chapter 35, Articles II and III, Divisions 4, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, and 19, Sections 35-163, 491, 510, 545, 580, 614, 648, 678, 708 and 743 of Code concerning Site Plan Review.
Received

           

33.       PLANNING, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND ZONING COMMITTEE de Ordinance amending a Special Development District on land fronting on the east and west sides of Lorraine Street and a portion of Farmington Avenue, and resolution approving the Special Permit Application.
Received

           

34.       PLANNING, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND ZONING COMMITTEE de Ordinance amending Chapter 35, Article III, Division 1, Section 35-181 of Code changing the Zone Classification on the east side of Madison Avenue between Kane and Kibbe Streets from the C-1 to the R-4 Zoning District.
Received

           

35.       PLANNING, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND ZONING COMMITTEE de Ordinance amending the building line on the west side of Lorraine Street and north on Farmington Avenue.
Received

           

36.       PLANNING, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND ZONING COMMITTEE, with accompanying substitute resolution de Authorization to subordinate City's mortgage for property located at 99 Sisson Avenue to InterBay Funding, LLC.
Passed

 

FOR ACTION          

37.       Resolution de Support for reform of the Asbestos Litigation System by Christopher J. Dodd, Joseph I. Lieberman, United States Senators for Connecticut and Congressman John B. Larson.
Withdrawn

 

38.       Ordinance amending a Special Development District on land fronting on the east and west sides of Lorraine Street and a portion of Farmington Avenue, and resolution approving the Special Permit Application.
Passed

             

39.       Ordinance amending Chapter 35, Article II, Division 4, Section 35-163 of Code de Site Plan Review.
Passed

             

40.       Ordinance amending Chapter 35, Article III, Division 11, Section 35-491 of Code de Site Plan Review.
Passed

             

41.       Ordinance amending Chapter 35, Article III, Division 12, Section 35-510 of Code de Site Plan Review.
Passed

             

42.       Ordinance amending Chapter 35, Article III, Division 26, Section 35-545 of Code de Site Plan Review.
Passed

             

43.       Ordinance amending Chapter 35, Article III, Division 14, Section 35-580 of Code de Site Plan Review.
Passed

             

44.       Ordinance amending Chapter 35, Article III, Division 15, Section 35-614 of Code de Site Plan Review.
Passed

             

45.       Ordinance amending Chapter 35, Article III, Division 16, Section 35-648 of Code de Site Plan Review.
Passed

             

46.       Ordinance amending Chapter 35, Article III, Division 17, Section 35-678 of Code de Site Plan Review.
Passed

             

47.       Ordinance amending Chapter 35, Article III, Division 18, Section 35-708 of Code de Site Plan Review.
Passed

             

48.       Ordinance amending Chapter 35, Article III, Division 19, Section 35-743 of Code de Site Plan Review.
Passed

           

49.       Ordinance amending Chapter 35, Article III, Division 1, Section 35-181 of Code changing the Zone Classification on the east side of Madison Avenue between Kane and Kibbe Streets from the C-1 to the R-4 Zoning District.
Passed

           

50.       Ordinance amending the Building Line on the west side of Lorraine Street and north on Farmington Avenue.
Passed

           

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

           

PROPOSED ORDINANCE

52.       (CITY MANAGER) Ordinances authorizing the issuance of  bonds for the renovation of  Naylor, Webster, Mary L. Hooker, Annie Fisher, Simpson-Waverly Elementary Schools and the Equestrian Center School.
Referred to Operations, Management and Budget Committee; Labor Committee

HEARING DATE - Monday, June 16, 2003

 

53.       (MAYOR PEREZ).  MLK Cooperative, Inc. de Authorization to enter into contract restructuring the loan to.
Referred to Housing Committee

 

54.       (COUNCILPERSON ROSSETTI). West Indian Foundation, Inc. de Waiver of half the fees and use of City equipment for the West Indian Independence Celebrations sponsored by.
Referred to Public Works and Parks Committee

             

55.       (COUNCILPERSON ROSSETTI). Keney Park de Waiver of half the fees and use of City equipment for Annual Youth Day Celebration sponsored by the Board of Directors of the West Indian Foundation, Inc. at.
Referred to Public Works and Parks Committee

 

56.       (COUNCILPERSON ROSSETTI). 500 Albany Avenue de Waiver of half the fees and use of City equipment for Community Health Fair sponsored by the West Indian Foundation, Inc. in collaboration with Community Health Services at.
Referred to Public Works and Parks Committee

 

57.       (COUNCILPERSON ROSSETTI). Keney Park de Waiver of half the fees for gathering sponsored by the Order of Nyahbinghi, H.I.M. Haile Selassie at.
Referred to Public Works and Parks Committee

             

58.       (COUNCILPERSONS ROSSETTI AND PAINTER). Batterson Park de Waiver of half the fees for Scout Outing sponsored by the Boy Scouts of America, Connecticut River Council #66 at.
Referred to Public Works and Parks Committee

 

59.       (COUNCILPERSONS ROSSETTI AND PAINTER). Bushnell Park de Waiver of half the fees for Torch Run sponsored by Special Olympics Connecticut at.
Passed

 

60.       (COUNCILPERSONS ROSSETTI AND PAINTER). 203 Franklin Avenue de Waiver of half the fees and use of City equipment for event sponsored by the Church of God (Iglesia Pentalphaiota Omeg) at.
Passed

 

61.       (COUNCILPERSONS ROSSETTI AND PAINTER). The Church of God (La Iglesia de Dios) de Waiver of half the fees for street services sponsored by.
Passed

 

62.       (COUNCILPERSONS ROSSETTI AND PAINTER). Federal Café de Waiver of half the fees and street closure for Block Party sponsored by.
Passed

 

63.       (COUNCILPERSONS ROSSETTI AND PAINTER). Bushnell Park de Waiver of half the fees, use of City equipment and street closures for 5K Foot Race sponsored by J B Sports at.
Referred to Public Works and Parks Committee

             

64.       (COUNCILPERSONS ROSSETTI AND PAINTER). 1 Weston Park Road de Waiver of half the fees for fundraising event sponsored by the American Heart Association at.
Withdrawn

 

65.       (COUNCILPERSONS ROSSETTI AND PAINTER). The Jesus La Fuente Inagotable, Inc. de Waiver of half the fees and use of various street corners for street services sponsored by.
Passed

             

66.       (COUNCILPERSONS ROSSETTI AND PAINTER). Batterson Park de Waiver of half the fees for family reunion sponsored by the Barno Family at.
Referred to Public Works and Parks Committee

 

67.       (COUNCILPERSONS ROSSETTI AND PAINTER). Bushnell Park de Waiver of half the fees and use of picnic tables for company picnic sponsored by Halloran & Sage LLP at.
Referred to Public Works and Parks Committee  

 

68.       (COUNCILPERSONS ROSSETTI AND PAINTER). Goodwin Park Pondhouse de Waiver of half the fees for Recovery Fiesta Cookout sponsored by the Last Straw Group at.
Referred to Public Works and Parks Committee

             

69.       (COUNCILPERSONS ROSSETTI AND PAINTER). Asylum Street de Waiver of half the fees for Block Party sponsored by Coach's Sports Bar & Grills at.
Passed

 

70.       (COUNCILPERSONS ROSSETTI AND PAINTER). Cirque du Soleil de Waiver of one quarter of the fees for.
Passed

 

71.       (COUNCILPERSONS ROSSETTI AND PAINTER). Greater Hartford Arts Council de Waiver of all fees and continuation of co-sponsorship associated with A and E District activities for 24 months produced by.
Passed

             

72.       (COUNCILPERSONS ROSSETTI AND PAINTER). Greater Hartford Arts Council  de Allocation of funds to from the Human Services Department-Recreation Services Contractual Account for Opus, Inc. programs.
Passed

             

73.       (COUNCILPERSON TORRES). City of Mao, Provincia Valverde, Republica Dominica de Invitation to create Sister City relationship with.
Passed

             

74.       (COUNCILPERSON WATKINS). Blue Hills Civic Association Basketball Team de Allocation of funds to from the Human Services Department-Recreation Services Contractual Account and enter into contract with.
Passed

             

           

            Attest: Daniel M. Carey,

              City Clerk