AGENDA

MEETING OF THE COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL

August 8, 2011

 

 

 

ACTION TAKEN

 

COMMUNICATIONS

 

1.      MAYOR SEGARRA, with accompanying resolution de Reappointment of David J. L. Blatt to the Planning & Zoning Commission.

 

Postponed until September 12, 2011

2.      MAYOR SEGARRA, with accompanying resolution de Appointment of Linda Moore-Wright and Marva O. Downes to the Permanent Commission of Women.

 

Postponed until September 12, 2011

3.      MAYOR SEGARRA, with accompanying resolution de Appointment of Linda M. Cobbs and Carmen Y. Zayas to the Commission of Grandparents Raising Children

 

Postponed until September 12, 2011

4.      MAYOR SEGARRA, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to submit an application and accept grant funds from the State of Connecticut Department of Children and Families (DCF) through the Juvenile Justice Board grant program.

 

Passed

 

5.      MAYOR SEGARRA, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to enter into an agreement with the State of Connecticut for streetscape improvements on Broad Street between Farmington Avenue and Capitol Avenue.

 

Passed

 

6.      MAYOR SEGARRA, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to apply and receive Per Capita Grant Funds from the Connecticut Department of Public Health.

 

Passed

 

7.      MAYOR SEGARRA, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to accept a DUI Checkpoint Equipment Grant from the State of Connecticut Department of Transportation, Highway Safety Office.

 

Passed

 

8.      MAYOR SEGARRA, with accompanying resolution de Accepting three paintings of scenes in Elizabeth Park from local artist Brian J. Arsenault.

 

Passed

 

9.      MAYOR SEGARRA, with accompanying resolution de Authorization of execution of contracts for on-call engineering services for the Department of Public Works.

Referred to Operations, Management & Budget Committee

10.  MAYOR SEGARRA, de Request to enter into Executive Session to discuss the potential resolution of the Robert Murtha v. City of Hartford.

 

Received

11.  MAYOR SEGARRA, with accompanying resolution de Request to enter into Executive Session to discuss the potential resolution of the Eric Battle v. City of Hartford.

 

Passed

12.  MAYOR SEGARRA, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to enter into a lease with Hartford Municipal Employees Federal Credit Union at 253 High Street (Public Safety Complex). HEARING DATE - Monday, August 15, 2011

Referred to Operations, Management & Budget Committee

13.  MAYOR SEGARRA, with accompanying resolution de Renaming Grove Street, between Prospect Street and Columbus Boulevard, "Bob Steele Street".

HEARING DATE - Monday, August 15, 2011

Referred Public Building Dedication Committee

14.  MAYOR SEGARRA, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to apply and accept a grant for planning activities for the development of Downtown Convergence project and to enter into a Memorandum of Understanding with the Capital Region Council of Governments.

 

Passed

 

 

REPORTS

 

 

15.  HOUSING COMMITTEE with accompanying substitute resolution, de Requirements that development conditions apply for the sale of City properties.

 

Passed

 

16.  HOUSING COMMITTEE with accompanying substitute resolution de Request that the Mayor provide an assessment of how much additional staff is needed to provide inventory of abandoned properties to address the Anti-blight Ordinance

Tabled Nov. 22 & Dec. 13, 2010

 

Withdrawn

17.  HOUSING COMMITTEE with accompanying resolution de Authorization to release the lien by the City for 407 Albany Avenue.

 

Passed

18.  LEGISLATIVE AFFAIRS COMMITTEE, with accompanying resolution de Amending procedural rules for the Hartford Court of Common Council to include or amend Robert Rules of Order.

 

Failed

19.  LEGISLATIVE AFFAIRS COMMITTEE,  with accompanying resolution de Authorization for submission for votes at the November 8, 2011, election for Court of Common Council salary question

 

Passed

 

 

FOR ACTION

 

 

20.  Ordinance concerning the Tax Levy for the Fiscal Year Beginning July 1, 2011

Discharge from OMB Committee

 

Passed

 

PROPOSED ORDINANCES

 

 

21.  (MAYOR SEGARRA)  Ordinance amending Chapter 2, Article XX, Section 2-915 de Group Insurance and Service Benefits.

HEARING DATE - Monday, August 15, 2011

Referred to Operations, Management & Budget Committee and Health & Human Services Committee

22.  (MAYOR SEGARRA)  Ordinance amending Chapter 2, Article XVIII, Section 2-858 de Group Insurance and Service Benefit.

HEARING DATE - Monday, August 15, 2011

Referred to Operations, Management & Budget Committee and Health & Human Services Committee

23.  (MAYOR SEGARRA) Ordinance amending Chapter 2, Article VI, Division 7, Section 2-391(B)(11) de Retirees Health Insurance Coverage.

HEARING DATE - Monday, August 15, 2011

Referred to Operations, Management & Budget Committee and Health & Human Services Committee

24.  (MAYOR SEGARRA)  Ordinance amending Chapter 2, Article XIX, Sections 2-900 through 2-906 de Code of Ethics

HEARING DATE - Monday, August 15, 2011

 

Referred Labor/Workforce Development Committee

25.  (COUNCILMAN KENNEDY)  Ordinance amending Chapter 22, Article II, Division 5, Section 114 de Parking, Stopping and Standing Commercial Lots Exceptions.

HEARING DATE - Monday, August 15, 2011

 

Referred to Quality of Life & Public Safety Committee

26.  (COUNCILMAN TORRES)  Councilman Torres, Ordinance amending Chapter 13, Article III de Fire Protection and Prevention.

HEARING DATE - Monday, August 15, 2011

 

Referred to Quality of Life & Public Safety Committee

 

RESOLUTIONS

 

 

27.  (COUNCIL PRESIDENT WINCH) (COUNCILMAN DEUTSCH)  Oil Drum Art de Allocation of funds from the City's Contributions towards Public Programs Account to

Referred to Operations, Management & Budget Committee

28.  (COUNCIL PRESIDENT WINCH)  Center for Urban Research Education & Training de Allocation of funds from the City's Contributions towards Public Programs Account to

Referred to Operations, Management & Budget Committee

29.  (COUNCIL PRESIDENT WINCH)  Children's Advocacy Center at Saint Francis Hospital & Medical Center de Allocation of funds from the City's Contributions towards Public Programs Account to.

Referred to Operations, Management & Budget Committee

30.  (MAJORITY LEADER BOUCHER)  Organized Parents Make A Difference de Allocation of funds from the City's Contributions towards Public Programs Account to.

Referred to Operations, Management & Budget Committee

31.  (MAJORITY LEADER BOUCHER)  Sheff Movement de Allocation of funds from the City's Contributions towards Public Programs Account to.

Referred to Operations, Management & Budget Committee

32.  (MAJORITY LEADER BOUCHER)  Asylum Hill Neighborhood de Allocation of funds from the City's Contributions towards Public Programs Account to.

Referred to Operations, Management & Budget Committee

33.  (MINORITY LEADER COTTO)  The South New England Conference de Waiver of half the fees for the "Impact Hartford" event in Bushnell Park sponsored by.

Referred to Public Works, Parks and Environment Committee

34.  (MINORITY LEADER COTTO)  Method of risk management de Removal of insurance requirement of the Department of Public Works "Volunteer Permit" and replaced with a hold harmless requirement or other less financially burdensome.

Referred to Public Works, Parks and Environment Committee

35.  (COUNCILMAN DEUTSCH)  Spectrum in Motion Dance Theater Ensemble, Inc., de Allocation of funds from the City's Contributions towards Public Programs Account to.

Referred to Operations, Management & Budget Committee

36.  (COUNCILMAN DEUTSCH)  Judah House Re-Entry Program for women de Allocation of funds from the City's Contributions towards Public Programs Account to.

Referred to Operations, Management & Budget Committee

 

SUPLEMENTAL AGENDA

MEETING OF THE COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL

 

Items considered under suspension of the Rule XIV were approved by a roll-call vote 9 to 0

 

 

37.  (MAJORITY LEADER BOUCHER),  (COUNCIL PRESIDENT WINCH), (COUNCILMAN KENNEDY), (COUNCILMAN TORRES)  Councilman APONTE), (COUNCILMAN BRINSON), Resolution de Request that the Mayor provide an assessment of how much additional staff is needed to provide inventory of abandoned properties to address the Anti-blight Ordinance

 

Passed