AGENDA

MEETING OF THE COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL

SEPTEMBER 27, 2004

CONSENT CALENDAR:

                        ACTION TAKEN 

COMMUNICATIONS

1.       MAYOR PEREZ, with accompanying resolution de Authorization for sale of

         City-owned property located at 22 Otis Street to Joseph Misseri.

         HEARING DATE - Monday, October 18, 2004

             Referred to the Housing Committee

2.       MAYOR PEREZ, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to execute a contract

          with the Wasserman Group, LLC to provide consulting services to the Hartford Police

         Department.

         Referred to the Quality of Life and Public Safety Committee

3.       MAYOR PEREZ, with accompanying resolution de Authorization for sale of

         City-owned vacant lot located at 129R-139R Barker Street to Giovanni Di Paolo,

         Draka Boguslaw and JRH Asset Management.

         HEARING DATE - Monday, October 18, 2004

         Referred to the Housing Committee

4.       MAYOR PEREZ, with accompanying resolution de Authorization to renew the State

         contract for the continuation of the WIC Program.

         Passed

FROM TABLE

5.       Report and substitute resolution de Authorization to allocate funds from the Health and

          Human Services Department-Recreation Services Contractual Account for maintaining

         programs and enter into contract with Southend Knightriders Youth Center, Inc.

         Passed

REPORTS

6.  PLANNING AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE, with accompanying

         resolution de Authorization to take appropriate action to execute the sale of the City's

         interests in land and improvements in the parcel of land known as 990 Wethersfield Avenue.

         Passed

7.  PLANNING AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE, with accompanying

         resolution de Maintenance agreement for Columbus Boulevard, Prospect, Commerce,

         Arch and Grove Streets between the City and State of Connecticut.

         Postponed

8.  PLANNING AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE, with accompanying

         resolution de Authorization to enter into agreement for sale of City-owned property

         located at the intersection of Trumbull and Main Streets also known as the 12B parcel

         to WFSB Channel 3.

           Passed

9.  PLANNING AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE, with accompanying

         resolution de Authorization to extend the agreement with the Hartford Stage Company

         to defer rent payments to the City and use those funds for capital improvement projects

         on the 50 Church Street facility.

              Passed

10.  MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET COMMITTEE de Ordinance concerning an

         appropriation in the Capital Improvement Fund for seven LoCIP Projects.  ($3,975,000).

         Received

11.  MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET COMMITTEE, with accompanying substitute

         resolution de Allocation of funds to First Night Hartford.

           Passed

12.      FINANCE AND REVENUE COMMITTEE de Ordinance appropriating Capital

         Improvement funds for asbestos floor tile removal and replacing it at Martin Luther

         King Elementary School. ($785,000).

            Received

13.      HOUSING COMMITTEE AND PLANNING AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

         COMMITTEE, with accompanying substitute resolution de Authorization to enter into

          an abatement agreement with the YWCA for their Soromundi Towers Unit.

              Passed

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

         City-owned property located at 2657-2659 Main Street to Harry Nguyen.

         Passed

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

         City-owned property located at 148 Mather Street to Richard Baron.

            Passed

16.      PUBLIC WORKS, PARKS AND ENVIRONMENT COMMITTEE de Ordinance

         amending Chapter 2, Division 5, Article 8A, Section 2-261 of Code concerning

         Advisory Commission on the Environment.

         Received

17.      PUBLIC WORKS, PARKS AND ENVIRONMENT COMMITTEE de Ordinance

         amending Chapter 26, Article I, Section 26-6 of Code concerning Usage of recreational

         facilities. (Fees).

         Received

18.      PUBLIC WORKS, PARKS AND ENVIRONMENT COMMITTEE, with accompanying

          substitute resolution de Support for the completion of the basic infrastructure for the

         river walk system and to create a new entrance to the Riverfront.

           Passed

19.      PUBLIC WORKS, PARKS AND ENVIRONMENT COMMITTEE, with accompanying

          resolution de Waiver of half the fees and permission to serve food and beverages for

         fundraiser for Hartford Courant Community Fund for Children of Connecticut at Risk of
         Hunger sponsored by the Milan Cultural Association, Inc.
         
          
Passed

20.     QUALITY OF LIFE AND PUBLIC SAFETY COMMITTEE de Ordinance amending Chapter

          22 of Code de Definitions.  (Pocket bikes, mini bikes, mini cycles, mini sport bikes, mini

          motorcycles, mini dirt bikes, chopper scooters, motor scooters, and bicycles with helper motors).

        Received

21.      QUALITY OF LIFE AND PUBLIC SAFETY COMMITTEE, with accompanying

         resolution de Authorization to sign the HARTSCAN agreement with Travelers.

         Passed

FOR ACTION

22.      Ordinance concerning an appropriation in the Capital Improvement Fund for the

         Main-John-Hudson Street Project. ($500,000).

         Passed

23.      Ordinance ensuring public access to large retail establishments.

         Postponed

24.      Ordinance amending Chapter 2, Division 5, Article 8A, Section 2-261 of Code de

         Advisory Commission on the Environment.

         Withdrawn

25.      Ordinance appropriating capital improvement funds for asbestos floor tile removal and

         replacing it at Martin Luther King Elementary School. ($785,000).

         Withdrawn

PROPOSED ORDINANCES

26.  (COUNCILPERSON HORTON SHEFF) Ordinance amending Chapter 2, Article V,

         Division 8A, Section 2-259, 2-260 and 2-262 of Code de Advisory Commission on the

         Environment.

         HEARING DATE - Monday, October 18, 2004

        Referred to Public Works, Parks and Environment Committee

27.  (COUNCILPERSON HORTON SHEFF) Ordinance amending Chapter 2, Article V,

         Division 9B (4), Section 2-286, of Code de Commission on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and

         Transgender Issues.

         HEARING DATE - Monday, October 18, 2004

           Referred to the Health and Human Services Committee

28.  (COUNCILPERSON HORTON SHEFF) Ordinance amending Chapter 2, Article V,

         Division 9B (c), Section 2-287 of Code de Commission on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and

         Transgender Issues.

         HEARING DATE - Monday, October 18, 2004

           Referred to the Health and Human Services Committee

29.  (COUNCILPERSON TORRES) Ordinance amending Chapter 25, Section 25-14 of

         Code de Alarm Systems.

         HEARING DATE - Monday, October 18, 2004

         Referred to the Quality of life and Public Safety Committee

RESOLUTIONS

30.      (MAYOR PEREZ) School Building Committee de Appointment of members to.

         Passed

31.      (MAYOR PEREZ) Councilperson Horton Sheff de Appointment to Advisory Board of

         the Connecticut Resources Recovery Authority.

        Passed

32.  (COUNCILPERSONS LAFONTAINE AND BOUCHER) CDBG Programs de

         Reconsideration of the policy for a three-year cap on.

        Referred to the Management and Budget Committee

33.      (COUNCIL PRESIDENT LAFONTAINE AND COUNCILPERSONS HORTON

         SHEFF AND BOUCHER) Semi-Annual Tax Installment Plan de Extension of.

            Tabled

34.  (COUNCILPERSON PAINTER) Bushnell Park de Waiver of half the fees for Annual

         Children and Domestic Violence Awareness Exhibit sponsored by Connecticut

         Coalition Against Domestic Violence.

          Referred to Public Works, Parks and Environment Committee

35.  (COUNCILPERSON PAINTER) 1st Company Governor's Foot Guard de Waiver of

         half the fees for Governor's Foot Guard Parade sponsored by.

         Referred to Public Works, Parks and Environment Committee

36.  (COUNCILPERSON PAINTER) Goodwin Park de Waiver of half the fees and

         permission to serve food and beverages for Annual Fall Foliage Festival sponsored by

         Friends of Goodwin Park at.

        Referred to Public Works, Parks and Environment Committee

37.  (COUNCILPERSON PAINTER) Columbus Celebration Committee de Waiver of half

         the fees for Annual Columbus Day Parade sponsored by.

           Referred to Public Works, Parks and Environment Committee

38.  (COUNCILPERSONS TORRES AND PAINTER) Environmental noise pollution de

         Possible change in State Statutes regarding.

           Passed

    Attest:

 

         Daniel M. Carey,
City Clerk