City Council Department Budget Hearings 6-15–10

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The following two and a half hour video contains budget hearings for City Departments for the fiscal year 2011. To make viewing easier, a rundown is provided. Allow the video to buffer (load…) and click ahead to the time of the hearing you wish to view.

  • Introduction with remarks from Council President Tim Phelan and Mayor Judy Kennedy
  • 00:04:00  Assessor’s Office – Peter Caron
  • 00:10:14  Animal Control, Abandoned Vehicle, Parking – Jay Fenton
  • 00:16:50  Police Department – Chief Kevin Coppinger
  • 00:35:50  Fire Department – Acting Deputy Chief Dennis Carmody
  • 01:03:00  Inspectional Services – Michael Donovan
  • 01:22:30  Department of Public Works – Jay Fink
  • 01:35:30  Public Library – Nadine Mitchel
  • 01:38:50  Harbor Master – Captain James R. Perry
  • 01:41:00  Grand Army of the Republic (skipped)
  • 01:41:30  Personnel – Joseph Driscoll
  • 01:44:30  Council on Aging – Stacy Minchello
  • 01:47:30  Law Department – Michael Barry
  • 01:49:45  Mayor’s Office – Mayor Judith Flanagan Kennedy
  • 01:51:50  Treasurer’s Office – Richard J. Fortucci
  • 01:57:30  Comptroller’s Office – John Pace
  • 01:59:00  Collector’s Office – Fred Cronin
  • 01:59:50  License Commission – Chief Coppinger, John Pace, Michael Phelps
  • 02:02:10  Veterans’ Affairs – Michael Sweeney
  • 02:07:10  Purchasing – Charles White
  • 02:08:10  Information Technology – Richard J. Fortucci on behalf of Peter Efstratios
  • 02:09:30  School Department – Dr. Catharine C. Latham
  • 02:30:50  City Council – Timothy Phelan
  • 02:31:10 City Clerk – Mary Audley


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  3 comments for “City Council Department Budget Hearings 6-15–10

  1. June 18, 2010 at 12:24 am

    Fink – Next time Cahill begs you to ask for more money, ASK FOR IT!!!

  2. June 16, 2010 at 11:24 am

    New info – I did not have this issue navigating through the video in full screen mode, providing I stayed within what was buffered (darker grey). Click on the full screen toggle (image of screen on player) and move your mouse to the lower portion of the screen.

  3. June 16, 2010 at 11:04 am

    blip.tv is acting up a little today. If you try to skip ahead, it may think you’re done watching the video. My suggestion is to keep it playing in the background until it reaches the department you’re interested in.

    Hopefully blip.tv will fix the issue. They’re the only game in town for hosting videos in excess of two hours without having to spend a small fortune.

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