AGENDA

                                                 MEETING OF THE COURT OF COMMON  COUNCIL

                                                                         AUGUST 11, 2003

  CONSENT CALENDAR:

                                                                                                                                                  ACTION  TAKEN

COMMUNICATIONS

1.       CITY MANAGER, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to subordinate City's

         mortgage for property located at 324 Palm Street to a financial institution.

         HEARING DATE - Monday, August 18, 2003

            Referred to the Housing Committee

2.       CITY MANAGER, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to enter into contract with

         the University of Connecticut School of Fine Arts for the design and layout of the children's

         book entitled "Henry and Fred Learn About Lead", and for the Purchasing Agent to enter into

         contract with Service Press.   Passed

 3.      CITY MANAGER, with accompanying resolution de Allocation of funds from the Hartford

         Trust Fund to Bushnell Park Foundation in support of the Overlook Project.  Referred

         to the Public Works and Parks Committee

4.       CITY MANAGER, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to apply for funds for

         Federal Department of Health and Human Services under Title I of the Ryan White CARE Act

         for services for persons with AIDS. Passed         

5.       CITY MANAGER, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to subordinate City's

         mortgage for property located at 662 Broadview Terrace to a financial institution.

         HEARING DATE - Monday, August 18, 2003

        Referred to the Housing Committee

6.       CITY MANAGER, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to subordinate City's

         mortgage for property located at 60-62 Kent Street to a financial institution.

         HEARING DATE - Monday, August 18, 2003

         Referred to the Housing Committee

7.       CITY MANAGER, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to subordinate City's

         mortgage for property located at 1963-1965 Broad Street to a financial institution.

         HEARING DATE - Monday, August 18, 2003

         Referred to the Housing Committee

8.       CITY MANAGER, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to subordinate City's

         mortgage for property located at 172 George Street to a financial institution.

         HEARING DATE - Monday, August 18, 2003

        Referred to the Housing Committee

9.       CITY MANAGER, with two (2) accompanying resolutions de Authorization to enter into two (2)
         

            lease agreements with Resun Leasing Incorporated for relocatable modular classrooms at Burr and

        Parkville Schools.  Referred to the Operations, Management and Budget Committee

10.      CITY MANAGER, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to subordinate City's

         mortgage for property located at 218-220 Blue Hills Avenue to a financial institution.

         HEARING DATE - Monday, August 18, 2003

         Referred to the Housing Committee

11.      CITY MANAGER, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to subordinate City's

         mortgage for property located at 24 Babcock Street to a financial institution.

         HEARING DATE - Monday, August 18, 2003

         Referred to the Housing Committee

12.      CITY MANAGER, with accompanying resolution de Amendment of sale of City-owned

         property located at 184-186 Hungerford Street to John Anthony, LLC.

         HEARING DATE - Monday, August 18, 2003

        Referred to the Housing Committee

13.      CITY MANAGER, with four (4) accompanying resolutions de Authorization to designate four

         institutions as new Qualified Public Depositories (QPD) of the City. Referred to the

        Operations, Management and Budget Committee

14.      CITY MANAGER, with accompanying resolution de Transfer of City-owned properties located

         at 4, 8 and 10 Dorset Street to Board of Education for expansion of Mary M. Hooker

         School Environmental Studies Outdoor Nature Center. Referred to the Planning,

        Economic Development and Zoning Committee.

         HEARING DATE - Monday, August 18, 2003

15.      CITY MANAGER, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to consider leaves of

         absence for various employees. Withdrawn

16.      CITY MANAGER, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to contract with Attorney

         Elliot Spector to revise all Police Department policies and procedures. Referred to the Quality

        of Life and Public Safety Committee

17.      CITY MANAGER, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to renew license agreement

         with the Friends of Colt Park to operate a food concession at Colt Park. Referred

         to the Public Works and Parks Committee

         HEARING DATE - Monday, August 18, 2003

18.      CITY MANAGER, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to subordinate City's

         mortgage for property located at 294-296 Linnmoore Street to a financial institution.

         HEARING DATE - Monday, August 18, 2003

        Referred to the Housing Committee

19.      CITY MANAGER, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to sign contract and

         amendments  and enter into contract with Management Resources, LLC for implementation

            of operations improvements with the Police Department and other City departments. Passed

20.      CITY MANAGER, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to subordinate City's

         mortgage for property located at  378-380 West Preston Street to a financial institution.

         HEARING DATE - Monday, August 18, 2003

          Referred to the Housing Committee

21.      CITY MANAGER, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to subordinate City's

         mortgage for property located at 114 Cumberland Street to a financial institution.

         HEARING DATE - Monday, August 18, 2003

         Referred to the Housing Committee

22.      CITY MANAGER, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to subordinate City's

         mortgage for property located at 161 Burnham Street to a financial institution.

         HEARING DATE - Monday, August 18, 2003

        Referred to the Housing Committee

23.      CITY MANAGER, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to subordinate City's

         mortgage for property located at 375-377 Blue Hills Avenue to a financial institution.

         HEARING DATE - Monday, August 18, 2003

          Referred to the Housing Committee

24.      CITY MANAGER, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to subordinate City's

         mortgage for property located at 77 Amity Street to a financial institution.

         HEARING DATE - Monday, August 18, 2003

         Referred to the Housing Committee

25.      CITY MANAGER, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to subordinate City's

         mortgage for property located at 11 Bannister Street to a financial institution.

         HEARING DATE - Monday, August 18, 2003

        Referred to the Housing Committee

26.      CORPORATION COUNSEL de Settlements of Actions against the City of Hartford, as follows:

         Donald Lambert - $18,000, Anthony P. Taylor - $18,000 and Sonia Watson - $2,500. Passed

27.      PLANNING, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND ZONING COMMITTEE de Quarterly Major

         Project Development Report by the Hartford Economic Development Commission. Received

28.      PUBLIC WORKS AND PARKS COMMITTEE de Overview/discussion regarding the changes

         with the City's Garbage Collection System. Received

 

REPORTS

29.      PUBLIC BUILDING DEDICATION COMMITTEE, with accompanying resolution de Renaming

         of South Middle School as Dr. Joseph J. Bellizzi Middle School.   Passed

30.      PLANNING, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND ZONING COMMITTEE, with accompanying 

         resolution de Ordinance amending Chapter 35, Article II, Section 35-124 of Code regarding

         variances. Passed

31.      PLANNING, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND ZONING COMMITTEE de Ordinance

         amending Chapter 35, Article V, Section 35-953 of Code regarding Off-Street Parking

         Obligations. Received

32.      PLANNING, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND ZONING COMMITTEE, with accompanying

         resolution de Ordinance establishing an Industrial Reuse Overlay District on the south side of

         Park Street between Pope Park Highway No. 4 and Bartholomew Avenue in the I-2 Zoning

         District. Passed

33.      HEALTH, HUMAN SERVICES AND RECREATION COMMITTEE, 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. Passed

34.      HEALTH, HUMAN SERVICES AND RECREATION COMMITTEE, with accompanying

         substitute resolution de Continuation for purchasing agent to enter into contract with various

         senior centers contingent upon current and future funds. Passed

35.      HEALTH, HUMAN SERVICES AND RECREATION COMMITTEE de Ordinance amending

         Chapter 2, Article V, Division 9B, Section 2-286 concerning Commission on Lesbian, Gay,

         Bisexual and Transgender Issues. (Established; Purpose and Duties.) Received

36.      OPERATIONS, MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET COMMITTEE de Ordinance amending the

         Pay Plan in the Classified Service concerning Professional Series. Received

37.      OPERATIONS, MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET COMMITTEE de Ordinance amending the

         Pay Plan in the Classified Service concerning Nursing and Medical Series. Received

38.      OPERATIONS, MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET COMMITTEE de Ordinance amending the

         Pay Plan in the Unclassified Service concerning Manager's Appointees. Received

39.      OPERATIONS, MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET COMMITTEE de Ordinance amending the

         Pay Plan in the Classified Service concerning Recreation and Related Series. Received

40.      OPERATIONS, MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET COMMITTEE de Ordinance amending the

         Pay Plan in the Classified Service concerning Clerical Series. Received

41.      OPERATIONS, MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET COMMITTEE de Ordinance amending the

         Pay Plan in the Classified Service concerning Public Safety Series. Received

42.      HOUSING COMMITTEE, 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. Passed

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

         City-owned property located at 30A Tredeau Street to Providian Builders. Passed

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

         City-owned properties located at 183-185 and 194-196 Vine Street to Capital Restoration, Inc.
  
      Passed

45.      HOUSING COMMITTEE, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to subordinate

         City's mortgage for property located at 111 Hebron Street to a financial institution. Passed

46.      HOUSING COMMITTEE, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to subordinate

         City's mortgage for property located at 14 Park Terrace to a financial institution. Passed

47.      HOUSING COMMITTEE, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to subordinate

         City's mortgage for property located at 725 Hillside Avenue to a financial institution. Passed

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

         City-owned property located at 129R-139R Barker Street to Giovanni Di Paola, Helen Thomas,

         Charlene Asel, Draka Boguslaw and JRH Asset Management, LLC. Passed

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

         City-owned property located at 50 Huntington Street to HP II Apartments Limited Partnership.
        
Passed

 50.      HOUSING COMMITTEE, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to subordinate

         City's mortgage for property located at 54-56 Henry Street to a financial institution. Passed

 51.      HOUSING COMMITTEE, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to subordinate

         City's mortgage for property located at 78-80 Catherine Street to a financial institution. Passed

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

         City-owned properties located at 881-885 and 901 Broad Street to Clarence O. Tuning III. Passed

53.      HOUSING COMMITTEE, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to issue release of

         mortgage for property located at 98-100 Colebrook Street from Della Westberry to City without

         payment. Passed

54.      HOUSING COMMITTEE, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to subordinate

         City's mortgage for property located at 64 Wayland Street to a financial institution. Passed

55.      HOUSING COMMITTEE, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to subordinate

         City's mortgage for property located at 50-52 Henry Street to a financial institution. Passed

56.      HOUSING COMMITTEE, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to subordinate

         City's mortgage for property located at 47-49 Andover Street to a financial institution. Passed

57.      PUBLIC WORKS AND PARKS COMMITTEE, 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. Passed

58.      PUBLIC WORKS AND PARKS COMMITTEE, with accompanying resolution de Authorization

          to implement and explore all funding opportunities for the Batteron Park Master Plan Project. Passed

59.      PUBLIC WORKS AND PARKS COMMITTEE, with accompanying resolution de Creating a

         contract with John Kulick to resume Park River Tours. Action postponed until

        September 8, 2003

60.      PUBLIC WORKS AND PARKS COMMITTEE, with accompanying resolution de Waiver of

         half the fees for employee and vendor celebration sponsored by El Gitano Supermarket at Pope

         Park Recreation Center. Passed

61.      PUBLIC WORKS AND PARKS COMMITTEE, with accompanying substitute resolution de

         Waiver of half the fees and use of City equipment for 18th Annual Keney Park Family Day

         sponsored by Family Day Enterprises, Inc. at Keney Park. Passed

62.      PUBLIC WORKS AND PARKS COMMITTEE, with accompanying resolution de Waiver of

         half the fees for Vacation Bible School sponsored by Youth Challenge of Connecticut, Inc. at

         Sigourney, Keney and South Green Parks. Passed

63.      PUBLIC WORKS AND PARKS COMMITTEE, with accompanying substitute resolution de

         Waiver of half the fees for Rugby Tournament sponsored by the Hartford Wanderers Rugby

         Football Club at Colt Park. Passed

64.      PUBLIC WORKS AND PARKS COMMITTEE, with accompanying resolution de Change in

         date for Hope Street Ministry After School Block Party. Passed

65.      PUBLIC WORKS AND PARKS COMMITTEE, with accompanying resolution de Waiver of

         half the fees for Memorial Walk in honor of Valerie Brown sponsored by. Passed

66.      PUBLIC WORKS AND PARKS COMMITTEE, with accompanying resolution de Waiver of a

         quarter of the fees and permission to sell food and alcoholic beverages for Concerts for Caring

         at Bushnell Park. Passed

67.      PUBLIC WORKS AND PARKS COMMITTEE, with accompanying resolution de Waiver of half

         the fees for Gospel Concert sponsored by New Welcome Christian Ministries at Riverfront

         Plaza. Passed

68.      PUBLIC WORKS AND PARKS COMMITTEE, with accompanying resolution de Waiver of

         half the fees for religious procession sponsored by Church of God Pentecost Inc. Passed

69.       QUALITY OF LIFE AND PUBLIC SAFETY COMMITTEE AND THE LABOR COMMITTEE,
with accompanying resolution de Consideration to reopen exam regarding
Police Captain's
promotional job announcement.
Failed

          

FOR ACTION

70.      Ordinance amending Chapter 35, Article II, Section 35-124 of Code regarding variances. Passed

71.      Ordinance amending Chapter 35, Article V, Section 35-953 of Code regarding Off-Street Parking

         Obligations. Tabled

72.      Ordinance establishing and Industrial Reuse Overlay District on the south side of Park Street

         between Pope Park Highway No. 4 and Bartholomew Avenue in the I-2 Zoning District. Passed

73.      Ordinance amending the Pay Plan in the Classified Service de Professional Series. Passed

74.      Ordinance amending the Pay Plan in the Classified Service de Nursing and Medical Series. Passed

75.      Ordinance amending the Pay Plan in the Unclassified Service de Manager's Appointees. Passed

76.      Ordinance amending the Pay Plan in the Classified Service de Recreation and Related Series. Passed

77.     Ordinance amending the Pay Plan in the Classified Service de Clerical Series. Passed

78.      Ordinance amending the Pay Plan in the Classified Service de Public Safety Series. Passed

 

PROPOSED ORDINANCES

79.      (CITY MANAGER) Ordinance discontinuing a portion of Vredendale Avenue. Referred

        to the City Plan Commission, Planning, Economic Development and

       Zoning Committee and Director of Public Works.

         HEARING DATE - Monday, August 18, 2003

80.      (CITY MANAGER) Ordinance discontinuing a portion of Sequassen Street. Referred

        to the City Plan Commission, Planning, Economic Development and

       Zoning Committee and Director of Public Works.

         HEARING DATE - Monday, August 18, 2003

81.      (CITY MANAGER) 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. Referred

        to the City Plan Commission, Planning, Economic Development and

       Zoning Committee and Director of Public Works.

       HEARING DATE - Monday, September 22, 2003

 

RESOLUTIONS

82.      (MAYOR PEREZ) Don and Brad Noel Day de Declaring as. Passed

83.      (DEPUTY MAYOR AIREY-WILSON) Gwedolyn Smith Iloani and Gilbert C. Morrell, Jr. de

         Commendations to. Passed

84.      (COUNCILPERSON KENNELLY) Officer Donald R. Healey Day de Proclaiming as. Passed

85.      (MAYOR PEREZ) Commission on Cultural Affairs de Appointment of members to. Passed

86.      (MAYOR PEREZ) Tamelia W. Joyner de Appointment to the Permanent Commission on the

         Status of Hartford Women. Passed

87.      (MAYOR PEREZ) Andrew J. Clark de Appointment to the Commission on the City Plan. Passed

88.      (MAYOR PEREZ) Advisory Commission on the Environment de Appointment of members to. Passed

89.      (MAYOR PEREZ) Advisory Commission on Food Policy de Appointment of members to. Passed

90.
      (MAYOR PEREZ AND ALL COUNCILPERSONS) Prospect Avenue de Authorization to work

         with Town of West Hartford to develop alternative plans for access to proposed middle school on. Passed   

91.      (CITY MANAGER) Civic Center and City Place I de Authorization to negotiate for acquisition

         with owners and others claiming an interest in a sky bridge between. Passed

92.      (CITY MANAGER) Hartford Areas Rally Together and Urban League of Greater Hartford de

         Authorization to program and allocate funds from Homeownership Initiative - Housing

         Counseling Pool to and execute agreements with. Referred to the Housing

        Committee

93.      (CITY MANAGER) The Neighborhoods of Hartford de Allocation of funds from

         Homeownership Initiative Pools to and execute agreement with. Referred to the

        Housing Committee

94.      (COUNCILPERSON HORTON SHEFF) Salvation Army de allocation of funds to for

         Grandparents Day Family Fair. Passed

95.      (COUNCILPERSON HORTON SHEFF) Bushnell Park de Waiver of half the fees for Hope Out

         Loud II sponsored by the Connecticut Coalition for Peace and Justice at. Referred

         to the Public Works and Parks Committee

96.      (COUNCILPERSON KENNELLY) Special Police Powers de Coordination of a task force to

         explore the potential granting of to City departments and private institutions.   Referred to

        the Quality of Life and Public Safety Committee

97.      (COUNCILPERSON KENNELLY) UCONN Law School Police de Taking necessary steps to

         have a radio to communicate with the Hartford Police for emergency situations.     

98.      (COUNCILPERSON KENNELLY) Police Officers de Creating task force to examine Deferred

         Retirement Option Program for. Referred to the Operations, Management and

        Budget Committee

99.      (COUNCILPERSON ROSSETTI) Bushnell Park de Waiver of half the fees and use of City

         equipment for the Eighth Annual Lift Every Voice and Sing Gospel Festival and Fair at. Passed

100.    (COUNCILPERSON ROSSETTI) Greater Hartford Arts Council de Allocation of funds to for the

          40th Annual Holiday Festival of Lights. Passed

101.    (COUNCILPERSON ROSSETTI) Riverside Park de Waiver of half the fees for picnic sponsored

         by the Open Hearth Association at. Passed

102.    (COUNCILPERSON ROSSETTI) Unity Plaza de Waiver of half the fees and use of City

         equipment for faith based Health, Education and Safety Fair sponsored by the Temple of God

         Church in collaboration with Community Health Network at. Referred to the Public Works

        and Parks Committee

    Attest:                                                                          

                                                                              Daniel M. Carey,
  
                                                                                     City Clerk

 

 INLAND WETLANDS AGENCY MEETING

 August 11, 2003

HEARING:

 1a.                 Communication from WE 75 Brainard, LLC de Application for Wetlands permit for filling,

 

                     excavation or other alteration for expansion of a parking lot located at 75-121 Brainard

 

                     Road.   Hearing Held               

 REPORT:

 2a.                 CITY PLAN COMMISSION de Application by WE 75 Brainard, LLC for Wetlands permit

 

                        for filling, excavation or other alteration for expansion of a parking lot located at 75-121

 

                      Brainard Road.   Received                

 

                  Attest:

                                                                                 DANIEL M. CAREY,
                                                                                Clerk of the Agency.          



SUPPLEMENTAL AGENDA

MEETING OF THE COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL

AUGUST 11, 2003

                                                                                                                                          ACTION  TAKEN

REPORTS

103.    OPERATIONS, MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET COMMITTEE, with accompanying

         substitute resolution de Authorization for the Purchasing Agent to enter into contract with

         Tigan Consulting and Development, Inc. to complete organizational assessment, provide

         interim management and recruitment of a Development Services Director. Passed

 

104.    OPERATIONS, MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET  COMMITTEE, with accompanying

         resolution de Authorization to consider leaves of absence for various employees. Passed

105.    OPERATIONS, MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET COMMITTEE, with accompanying resolution

           

           de Authorization to enter into contract with the developers of for reimbursement of expenses related to

 

          streetscape improvements at Gitano Food Warehouse. Passed

 

106.    LABOR COMMITTEE de Establishing salary for Democratic Deputy Registrar. Passed

107.    PUBLIC WORKS DIRECTOR de Ordinance amending Chapter 35, Article II, Section

           35-124 of Code regarding variances. Received

108.    PUBLIC WORKS DIRECTOR de Ordinance amending Chapter 35, Article V, Section                                                               

           35-953 of Code regarding Off-Street Parking Obligations. Received

109.  PUBLIC WORKS DIRECTOR de Ordinance establishing an Industrial Reuse Overlay

         District on the south side of Park Street between Pope Park Highway No. 4 and Bartholomew Avenue in

 

         the I-2 Zoning District. Received

RESOLUTIONS

110.    (MAYOR PEREZ AND COUNCILPERSON TORRES) Olga M. Alfaro Mele de Deep

          appreciation for. Passed

111.    (MAYOR PEREZ AND ALL COUNCILPERSONS) Hartford Construction Jobs Initiative

           de Allocation of funds for supporting operational expenses of. Referred to the Operations,

          Management and Budget Committee

112.    (COUNCILPERSON ROSSETTI) Riverfront Plaza de Waiver of half the fees and permission

            to serve alcohol for annual festival sponsored by the Connecticut P.R.I.D.E. Committee at.

            Referred to the Public Works and Parks                                 Committee                                                                                                                                                                                   

 

113.    (COUNCILPERSON ROSSETTI) Nelton Court Housing Project de Waiver of half the fees for

          Nelton Court Community Day sponsored by Nelton Court Resident Council and Youth Council

          at. Passed

114     (COUNCILPERSON ROSSETTI) Bushnell Park de Waiver of half the fees for Peace Festival

         sponsored by American Friends Service Committee-CT at. Referred

         to the Public Works and Parks Committee

                                                                                                                                                                           115.    (COUNCILPERSON ROSSETTI) City Hall Atrium de Permission to serve alcohol for Julia

         Shea’s wedding reception at. Passed

                                                                                                                                                                         

116.    (COUNCILPERSON ROSSETTI) Pope Park de Waiver of half the fees, closure of Pope Park

         Drive, permission to erect tents, display banners, vend food and alcoholic beverages for Park

         Street Festival sponsored by Latino/as Contra SIDA at. Referred

         to the Public Works and Parks Committee

                                                                                                                                                        

117.    (COUNCILPERSON ROSSETTI) Keney Park de Waiver of half the fees for Prayer Vigil

         sponsored by TrybeForce, Inc./Hartford Chapter Trybe Force, Inc. at. Referred

         to the Public Works and Parks Committee

                                                                                                                                                                   

118.    (COUNCILPERSON ROSSETTI) Riverfront Plaza de Waiver of half the fees for Walkathon

         sponsored by the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society at. Referred to the Public Works and Parks

        Committee

                                                                                                                                                                                        

119.    (COUNCILPERSON ROSSETTI) Third Annual Luis Ayala Festival, Inc. de Request to change

         date for. Referred to the Public Works and Parks Committee

                                                                                                                                                               

120.    (COUNCILPERSON ROSSETTI) Batterson Park de Waiver of half the fees for Dog Obedience

         Trial sponsored by Nutmeg Water Dog Club, Inc. at. Referred to the Public Works and Parks

        Committee                                                                                                                                                                   

121.    (COUNCILPERSON ROSSETTI) Goodwin Park de Waiver of half the fees and permission to

         use the pond house for picnic sponsored by the Shri Krishna Madir, Inc. Referred

         to the Public Works and Parks Committee

 

122.   (COUNCILPERSON ROSSETTI) Keney Park de Waiver of half the fees for picnic sponsored by

 

        the New England District Grand Lodge #1 at. Passed

 

123.    (COUNCILPERSONS WATKINS AND ROSSETTI) Thomas Snell Weaver High School de

         8th Annual "Steppin Out" Step/Drill Competition sponsored by the Connecticut African

          American Parade Day Committee, Inc. at. Referred to the Public Works and Parks Committee

124.    (COUNCILPERSONS WATKINS AND ROSSETTI) Keney Park de Waiver of half the fees,

         permission to fly the African American Heritage Flag at City Hall, display banners at various

locations and use of City equipment for Tenth Annual African American Parade sponsored by the

 

Connecticut African American Parade Day Committee, Inc. at. Referred

         to the Public Works and Parks Committee

125.    (COUNCILPERSON KENNELLY) Istanbul, Turkey de Feasibility of participating in Sister

            Cities International Program. Referred to the Sister Cities Commission

126.    (COUNCILPERSON KENNELLY) Hartford Police Academy de Authorization

         to do background checks of all Connecticut P.O.S.T. certified officers prior to sending to.

          Referred to the Quality of Life and Public Safety Committee and the Operations,

        Management and Budget Committee. 

Attest:                                                                                    

 

                                                                                     Daniel M. Carey,

                                                                                              City Clerk