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City Council 5-14-13

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Public Property 3-12-13

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PersonnelComm2-12-13

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LicenseComm2-12-13

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City Council 1-8-13

 

 

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Permitting Process Committee 11-13-12

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Public Works Committee Agenda 9-11-12

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Finance Committee 9-11-12

City Council 9-11-12 Part 1

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License Board 8-28-12

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License Committee 8-14-12 Part 3

License Committee 8-14-12 Part 4

Public Property Committee 8-14-12

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Ways & Means Student Agenda Part 1

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Ways & Means Student Agenda Part 3

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City Council 4-24-12 (Student Government Day)

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City Council Meeting Schedule 2012

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City Council Agenda for 6-21-11

Roll Call
Moment of Silence
Pledge of AllegianceAccept minutes of May 10, 24 and June 7, 2011.COMMUNICATIONS:Her Honor the Mayor – Veto of Order Regarding City Owned Lot on
Cedar Street.Her Honor the Mayor:
Dear Councilors:
I am hereby reappointing the following member to the Economic Development Industrial Board: Dominic Ferarri, 30 Michael Road, Lynn, MA. His appointment will expire June 30, 2014.
Sincerely, Judith Flanagan Kennedy, MayorPUBLIC HEARINGS:FY12 Budge Hearing.Petition of Omar Fernandez for H & T Tax Multiservice for permission for a LED overhang sign at 140 Union Street. (Colucci)
Petition of Eugene J. Dean of Fiesta Shows, Salisbury MA to operate a Carnival at Keaney Park located at Lynn English High School from June 22 through June 25, 2011 with set up beginning on June 19, 2011. (Ford/Trahant)
Petition of Rory’s Corporation, Paul Foglia, for permission to operate a Hot Dog/Sausage Cart on Lynn Commons, Thurs.-Sun, 10:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m. (Crighton)
PUBLIC HEARINGS TO BE SET DOWN:
Petition of Happy Pups Playhouse, Katherine Reyes, for permission for a Pet Sitting/Doggy Daycare business at 37 Parrott Street. (Trahant)
Petition of Casa Fiesta and Bridal Shop, Inc., Angela Cabrera, for permission for a re6tail store in a the Light Industrial District, Section 4.4.1 of the Zone Ordinance at 461 Broad Street. (Capano)
Petition of Greek-American Croatian Social Club, for permission for a Non-Profit social, fraternal civic organization, Sec. 5.3.8 of the Zone Ordinance and MGL c. 138, Sec. 12 with the sale of alcoholic beverages to members and guests at 39-41 Buffum Street, Second Floor. (Colucci)
Petition of Holy Family Church “Festa Italiana”, Rev. Gregory J. Mercurio, for permission for a Festival-Carnival, July 28-29-30, 2011 at 26 Bessom Street. (Cyr)
Petition of Papa’s Italian Foods, Nichole DiModica, for permission for Cookie Manufacturing on premises for retail sale only at 20 Cooper Street. (Capano)
Petition of El Rincon Latino, Celso N. Acosta, for permission for a Food Truck at 29 Bennett Street. (Capano)
Petition of National Grid, Mike Parent, for permission to install beginning at handhold 4-30 in front of 580 Essex Street and continuing approximately 10 feet in a SW direction, installing 10’ of 2-2” PVC conduit for new street light. (Crighton)
Petition of NextG Networks Inc., for permission to install and maintain fiber and conduit with all associated connections, wires and cables and also to attach equipment to existing utility and/or streetlight poles in on or the public way for purposes of operating its telecommunication nextwork.
UNFINISHED BUSINESS:
From the Council Meeting of May 24, 2010, to be adopted permanently:
Pursuant to MGL, Chapter 139, Section 1, Ordered that the building located at 226 Western Avenue is hereby adjudged to be a nuisance to the neighborhood or dangerous building and be it further ordered to demolish the building as it is in the best interest, health, safety and welfare of the people of Lynn. (Trahant)
Ways and Means Committee Report of May 24.Ordered that Her Honor the Mayor be hereby authorized to execute a Memorandum of Understanding with the University of Massachusetts Extension Nutrition Education Program to provide nutrition education to children, youth and families participating in the Supplement Nutrition Assistance Program. (Ford)Ordered that the City of Lynn hereby establishes a Youth Advisory Board comprised of four high school students who will assist to improve teen outreach and programs sponsored by the Lynn Parks and Recreation Department. Members of the Youth Advisory Board will be appointed by the Director of the Parks and Recreation and shall work in conjunction with North Shore Community College Public Policy Institute. (Phelan)Veteran’s Youth and Elderly Committee Report of June 14.Ordered that the Lynn City Council accept the provisions of MGL, Chapter 59, Section 5, Paragraph 5 (22E), amended by Section 110 of Chapter 110 the Acts of 1993, allowing the assessors to grant statutory exemptions to disabled veterans who have resided in Massachusetts at least one year.Ordered that the Lynn City Council accept the provisions of MGL, Chapter 60A, Section 1, Paragraphs 8 and 9, amended by Section 16 of Chapter 182 of the Acts of 2008, allowing the assessors to exempt the motor vehicle excise tax of any active serviceman, reservist, or national guardsman for any calendar year where the individual is deployed overseas for at least 45 days.Ordered that the Lynn City Council accept the provisions of MGL, Chapter 60A, Section 9, added by Chapter 182, Section 17 of the Acts of 2008, allowing the deferment of payment, as well as the imposition of any penalties and interest, of any excise taxes incurred by a reservist or national guardsman while on active duty (or incurred by their dependents), until 180 days after the termination of their active duty status.Ordered that the Lynn City Council accept the provisions of MGL, Chapter 59, Section 5, Clause 56, added by Section 42 of Chapter 188 of the Acts of 2010, allowing the assessors to exempt up to 100% of the real property taxes of any reservist or national guardsman for any fiscal year during which the individual serves on Active duty in a foreign country, subject to eligibility guidelines and criteria to be established by the assessors.Ordered that the Lynn City Council accept the provisions of MGL, Chapter 59, Section 5, Clause 18A, Paragraph 3, amended by Section 39 of Chapter 188 of the Acts of 2010, allowing the rate of interest for hardship tax deferrals granted under the clause 18A to be reduced by the Council from the statutory 8” amount to any amount down to 0%.Ordered that the Lynn City Council accept the provisions of MGL, Chapter 59, Section 5L, added by section 12 of Chapter 260 of the Acts of 2006, allowing Massachusetts national guardsman and reservists deployed outside the state, or their dependents, up to 180 days after that service, to pay their property taxes without interest or penalties. At the end of the 180 days, interest is imposed on any remaining balance at the statutory rate unless the returning service member qualifies for the 6% rate under the federal statute.COMMITTEE REPORTS:Audit Committee:
Ways & Means Committee:
Ordinance Committee:
Public Safety Committee
License Committee:
Public Property Committee:
Finance Committee:NEW BUSINESS:TABLED ITEMSRecommends that the Lynn City Council be requested to set down a Public Hearing relative to a burnt, dilapidated or dangerous building or other structure located at 33 Central Square and, after hearing, may make record an order adjudging it to be a nuisance to the neighborhood or dangerous and prescribing to its disposition, alteration, or regulation all as authorized by Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 139, Section 1. (Crighton) Tabled 1/11/11Petition of Market Square Convenience, Sanchita Bellal, for permission for wine and malt beverages licenses at retail food convenience store at 2 Market Square (Capano) tabled 5/10/11Public hearing to allow public input to the City’s Annual Action Plan, including the use of the Department of Housing and Urban Development appropriations for the Community Development Block Grant, Emergency Shelter Grant, HOME and Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS programs. (Tabled 5/24/11)ORDERS:3/22 /11
Ordered that the City Comptroller be and is hereby authorized to make the following Appropriation Transfer:
From the Account of the Reserve $21,000.
To the Account of Comptroller Payroll $21,000.5/10/11
Ordered that the City Comptroller be and is hereby authorized to make the following Appropriation Transfer:
From the Account of the Reserve $15,300.
To the Account of Comptroller Payroll $15,300.

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LICENSE COMMITTEE AGENDA
TUESDAY, JUNE 21, 2011
7:15 P.M. – ROOM 402

TAXI OPERATORS (NEW)
Brady Chris, 78 Grant St.
Fadul, Gmal, 257 Boston St.-60 day review
Faris, Adil, 12 Cedar St.Malden 60 day review
Garcia-Ramos, Rodolfo, 21 Blossom St tabled 5/24/11
Garrido, Walguiry, 332 Chatham St.
Joseph, Jean, 863 Salem St. Malden 90 day review
Kellum, Peter, 69 Rockland St.,Swampscott-60 day review
Rosario Arias, Steve, 128 Walnut St. #2
Sacco, Michael, 39 Cottage St.-90 day review
Saint Jour, Jean Bernard, 12 Quincy Terr

LIVERY OPERATORS (NEW)
Chisholm, Lamont, 21 Whiting St. #8
Fuentes, Janis C. 56 Veterans Memorial Dr.Peabody tabled 5/24./11

LIVERY SERVICE BUSINESS (NEW)
Northern Destinations LLC 204 Blossom St. Ext. Maria Benscome Owner-30 day review

EXTENDED HOUR RENEWALS – SET DOWN P.H. FOR JULY1 2, 2011
108 Boston St. Burger King,-Sun-Wed 6 AM-12AM, Thurs-Sat-6 AM-2AM
116 Boston St.-Wendy’s-Dining Room-Sun-Sat.10 AM-10 PM, Drive Thru-Sun-Sat-
10 AM-4AM
122 Boston St.-Lynn Shell-24 hours
124 Broad St.-George’s Roast Beef-Mon-Sat. 10:30 AM-2AM, Sunday-12 PM-2 AM
264 Essex St.-7-11, 24 hours
120-122 Liberty St.-Hess Corp-24 hours
3 Lynnfield St.-7-11, 24 hours
364 Lynnway-Dunkin Donuts-24 hours
377 Lynnway-Wendy’s- Dining Room-Sun-Sat 10 AM-10 PM Drive thru
Sun-Thurs-10 AM-1 AM Fri-Sat 10 AM- 2 AM
535 Lynnway-Lynnway Shell 24 hours

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June 21, 2011
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16 Market Sq.-Lynn House of Roast Beef, 10:30 AM-2 AM 7 days
66 Market Sq.-Domino’s-Sun-Thurs-11 AM-1 AM Fri-Sat 11AM-2 AM
144 Market St.-Dragon Inn-11 AM-2 AM 7 days
50 Western Ave.-7-11, 24 hours
969 Western Ave.-A L Prime Energy-24 hours

RENEWAL SIGN
96 Adams St. Highland Variety
175 Alley St., Atlantic Coast Seafood
60 Bennett St., Bennett Street Tire & Glass
152 Boston St., Advance Auto Parts
620 Boston St., D’Class Beauty Salon
9 Broad St., Millie’s Hair Styling
314 Broadway, Wyoma Square True Value
328A Broadway, Lazy Dog
338 Broadway, Rolly’s Tavern
101 Central Ave., Century Tire Co. Inc.
158 Chestnut St., Santo Domingo Grocery Store
170 Chestnut St., Daniel McIntire
451 Chestnut St., EZ Shop
1 City Hall Sq., Punta Cana Travel & Multi Services
99 Commercial St., D & M Variety
105 Commercial St., Commercial Market
16 Cottage St., Lolly’s Bakery
141 Eastern Ave., Monte’s Inc.
423 Eastern Ave., Norm’s Variety
495 Eastern Ave., Nails By Tina
496-500 Eastern Ave., D’Amici’s Bakery
50 Essex St., Bejing Chinese Food
59-59B Essex St., Osborne Pharmacy
61A Essex St., Pizza Lovers Pizza
121 Essex St., Welch Florist
135 Essex St., Neves Karate
163 Essex St., Swampscott Refrigeration
188 Essex St., Charlie’s Seafood
197 Essex St., Merengue Market
395 Essex St., Centro Liquors
403 Essex St., Lynn New Market
65 Exchange St. Junction Deli
143 Franklin St., New England Laundry
160 Franklin St., Hogans II
162 Franklin St., Chapin Express
60 Granite St., Bayridge Hospital
2A Lafayette Park, San Francisco Market

License Committee Agenda
June 21, 2011
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76 Lewis St., Arnold Bakery Outlet
159 Lewis St., J.D. Sports Bar
161 Lewis St., Harriets Styling Booth
171 Lewis St., C.T. Liquors
207 Lewis St., Beachside Roastbeef
64 Lynnfield St., Nicky’s Pizza
315 Lynnway, Lynn Motor Sales
17 Market Square, People’s Choice
23 Market Square, Del Pueblo Market
16 Market Street, Taqyerua Mexico Lindo
70 Market Street, Tatiana’s Restaurant
144 Market Street, Dragon Island
9 Minot St., West Auto Sport & Tire
125 Oxford St., Something Irresistable
358 Summer St., Commercial Auto Sales
595 Summer St., 595 Café
727 Summer St., Stop and Go Grocery Store
19 Sutton Street, Tati’s Beauty Salon
1 Union St., Kennedy Fried Chicken
1a Union St., Santa Beauty Salon
49 Union St., Cali Sandwich
126 Union St., Apollo Hotel
235 Union St., Caruso’s Pizzeria
90 Walnut St., Cher Magic
56 Washington St., Sunshine Market
57 Washington St., Angelina’s Sub Shop
207 Washington St., V & N Market
340 Washington St., Express Check Out
350 Washington St., Ricon Macorisano Rest.
490 Washington St., Leland Hussey Contractor
510 Washington St., Russo Plumbing
57 Western Ave., Salon 495
101 Western Ave., Greg Rogers
263 Western Ave., Lifetime Aluminum Production
518 Western Ave. Hines Liquors
665 Western Ave., BBQ
674 Western Ave., House of Andrea
728 Western Ave., S.E.A. Crops
742 Western Ave., Celley’s Pub
858 Western Ave., Players Sports Bar
877 Western Ave., Mittheap Rest.
885 Western Ave., Bass Insurance Agency
889 Western Ave., Super 7 Subs
896-898 Western Ave., Dea’s Diner

License Committee Agenda
June 21, 2011
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COIN OPERATED DEVICE VENDORS – RENEWAL
AP Vending & Amusement Co., Inc. – 244 Newburyport Turnpike, Rowley, MA
American Amusements – 42 Cherry St., Danvers, MA
John Fiore, Inc. – 49 Union St., Everett, MA
Roadway Amusements – 1500 Shawsheen St., Tewksbury, MA

COIN OPERATED DEVICES –RENEWAL
163 Blossom St. – Brickyard – 1 Class II, 1 Class III (owes taxes)
126 Boston St. – Big Lots – 2 Class III
138 Blossom St. – Imperial Buffet – 2 Class II
829 Boston St. – O’Briens – 3 Class III 9 (owes taxes)
170 Broad St. – Champion Bar & Grill – 2 Class II
265 Broadway – Four Winds – 1 Class III
338 Broadway – Rolly’s – 2 Class III
47 Central St. – 47 Central – 2 Class III
421 Essex St. – Essex Laundry – 3 Class III
119 Fayette St. – Spin City – 1 Class III
155 Lewis St. – J.D.’s – 1 Class III
68 Lynnway – Volunteer Yacht Club – 1 Class III
800 Lynnway – Lynnway Mart – 6 Class III
16 Market Sq. – Lynn House of Roast Beef – 2 Class III
17 Market Sq. – People’s Choice – 2 Class III
37 Market St. – Brandy Barrell – 1 Class III
70 Market St. – Tatiana’s Restaurant & Lounge – 1 Class II
157 North Common St. – American Legion Post 6 1 Class III
595 Summer St. – 595 Café – 1 Class II
612 Summer St. – White Eagle – 1 Class III (owes taxes)
130 Union St. – Brava Night Club – 2 Class II
170 Union St. – Charlie Chan’s – 2 Class III
235 Union St. – Caruso Pizza Inc. – 1 Class III
714 Washington St. – Sand Bar – 1 Class III
776 Washington St. – Fran’s Place – 2 Class II, 2 Class III
535 Western Ave. – Franco Amvets – 2 Class II
742 Western Ave. – Celley’s Pub & Grub – 2 Class II, 1 Class III
858 Western Ave. – Player’s – 2 Class III

AUTO REPAIR/FLAMMABLE – NEW
471A Western Ave. – Luxury Auto Services

License Committee Agenda
June 21, 2011
Page 5

FLAMMABLE – RENEWAL
152 Boston St. – Advanced Auto Parts
41 Carolyn Rd. – Petruccelli Construction Co., Inc.
(Tabled from 5/24/11 meeting, landlord owes $ 31,183.30 in taxes for FY 2010 & 2011)
21 City Hall Sq. – Verizon New England
241 Commercial St. – Trans River Marketing Co, L.P.

AUTO BODY/AUTO REPAIR/FLAMMABLE RENEWAL
250 Commercial St. – City of Lynn Dept. of Public Works
9 Minot St. – Western Ave. Autobody of Lynn, Inc.
882 Western Ave. – Western Ave. Autobody of Lynn, Inc.
1127 Western Ave. – Bridge Auto Body & Car Rental
1071 Western Ave. – Protech Auto Body & Performance

AUTO REPAIR/FLAMMABLE RENEWAL
106 Chestnut St. – Duran Auto Repair (owes taxes see attached payment schedule letter from F. Cronin)
159 Commercial St. – Advance Auto Repair
12 Ellis St. – Enrique Auto Repair
205 Market St. – Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.
41 Stewart St. – NRT Bus (dba) North Reading Transportation
800 Western Ave. – Valvoline Instant Oil Change
1071 Western Ave. – Angel Auto Repair
1071R Western Ave. – Ana Auto Repair ($12,189.20 in property taxes owed by landlord)

CLASS II AUTO DEALER/AUTO REPAIR/AUTO BODY
8 Burrus Sq. – Meadow Park Auto Sales
(30 day review re:cleaning up the lot; see attached photos taken by ISD)
106 Chestnut St. – Kevin Auto Sales & Repair (shut down in Feb. 2011 for overdue taxes see attached payment schedule agreement with Tax Collector 6/14/2011)

CANNING:
Connery Baseball Team (Adults Only) – June 30, July 1, 2, 2011
Classical Football Team (Adults Only) – June 20, 21, 22, 2011 & August 8, 9, 10, 2011
English Football Cheerleaders (Adults Only) – June 27, 29, 2011

OTHER BUSINESS:

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Special City Council Meeting 6-7-11

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City Council Budget Hearing with Department Heads 6-7-11

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Received 5-27-2011

Redistricting Committee Meeting 7:14 RM402 City Hall

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List of meetings for 5-24-11

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License Commission 5-24-11

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Planning Board 5-24-11

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School Committee Meeting 5-26-11

LYNN PUBLIC SCHOOLS Administrative Offices

90 Commercial Street Lynn, MA 01905

Tenth Regular Meeting of the School Committee

Thursday, May 26, 2011

7:00 P.M.

ORDER OF BUSINESS

I. Salute to the Flag

II. Moment of Silence

III. Necrology

A. Ruth M. Dennehy, retired Lunch Aide, on May 15, 2011

B. Michael J. Blatsos, retired teacher/Guidance Counselor, on May 15, 2011

C. Margaret Callahan, retired teacher, on May 14, 2011

IV. Minutes

A. Personnel Sub-Committee – April 28, 2011

B. Building & Grounds Sub-committee – April 28, 2011

C. Eighth Regular Meeting – April 28, 2011

V. Presentation

A. Pickering Middle School – two Science Poetry Contest winners from their Grade 6 Cluster through the Boston College Program in the “Most Humorous Category” – to read their poems – Chris Cole and Matt Cole

B. 2011 Youth of the Year Award through the Boys & Girls Club – to Nehemie Alcindor, Classical High

C. Lynn English High School Marine Corps Junior ROTC – 2011 National Championship Unarmed Dual – Michelle Angel and Josselyn Hernandez

D. Adult Literacy Program – Maureen Horgan

VI. New Business

A. Ratification of votes taken in Personnel Sub-Committee – May 26, 2011

B. Ratification of votes taken in Building & Grounds Sub-Committee – May 26, 2011

C. Request to Home School

1. Ofume family – 1 child, Grade 11

D. Field Trip Study Tour Planning Trips

1. Breed Middle School – to Canobie Lake Park, Salem, NH – two Grade 6 classes – June 22, 2011

2. Connery School – to Canobie Lake Park, Salem, NH – June 20, 2011

3. Pickering Middle School – to Canobie Lake Park, Salem, NH – June 17, 2011

E. Lynn Teachers Union request a Union Leave of Absence be granted the President of Local 1037 for the 2011-12 school year – continuing conditions as in the past.

VII. Communications

A. New England Association of Schools & Colleges, Inc. – reviewed the Five-Year Progress Report and continued accreditation and removed the school from warning – the Commission also requested a Pre-Self-Study Report, due April 1, 2013 to document Classical High’s preparedness for the upcoming self-study.

VIII. Information

A. Superintendent’s Report

B. Request for Executive Session – Contract

Received 5-6-11

City Council Agenda for 5/10/11

Agenda

May 10, 2011

Roll Call
Moment of Silence
Pledge of Allegiance

Motion to accept the Meeting Minutes of April 12, 2011 and April 26, 2011.

COMMUNICATIONS:

Disclosure of Financial Interest – James Richard, Teacher (perform plumbing inspections on part-time basis for ISD)

PUBLIC HEARINGS:

Petition of National Grid, Maureen Smith, for the underground installation of 2-4” Conduits from HH28 Broad Street 45Fr SW to #144 Broad Street, to provide new electrical service to new condos.

Petition of National Grid, Craig Spinale, for the installation of approximately 32’ of underground primary in 2-4” pvc conduit from existing MH33 to MBTA property line in order to feed new commercial building Visiting Nurse Association which will be located at 210 Market Street.

Petition of Market Square Convenience, Sanchita Bellal, for permission for wine and malt beverages licenses at retail food convenience store at 2 Market Square (Capano)

Petition of Richdale Convenience Store, NS International, Inc., for permission for a sign permit at 585 Essex Street. (Crighton)

Petition of Mi Provencia, Maruf Hasan, for permission for a sign permit at 411-413 Essex Street. (Colucci)

PUBLIC HEARINGS TO BE SET DOWN

Petition of Omar Fernandez for H & T Tax Multiservice for permission for a LED overhang sign at 140 Union Street.

Petiton of Eugene J. Dean of Fiesta Shows, Salisbury MA to operate a Carnival at Keaney Park located at Lynn English High School from June 22 through June 25, 2011 with set up beginning on June 19, 2011.

UNFINISHED BUSINESS:
Report of the April 26, 2011 Committee on Public Safety
The following individual was approved as a Constable
Richard Cornaccini, 96 Light Street, Lynn

TERMS of Cemetery Commissioners
Joan Breed – 3 Years
Fausto Cabrera – 1 Year
Arthur Dulong – 2 Years
Jay Fink – 3 Years
Richard Fortucci – 2 Years
Daniel Horgan – 2 Years
Christine Napoleon – 1 Year
John Pace – 3 Years
Theresa Sheehan – 1 Year
David Travers – 2 Years
Albert Waldron – 3 Years

COMMITTEE REPORTS:
Ways and Means Committee
License Committee
Public Property
Finance Committee

NEW BUSINESS:

Ways and Means Agenda for 5-10-11

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License Committee Agenda for 5-10-11

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Public Property Committee Agenda for 5-10-11

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Finance Committee Agenda for 5-10-11

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Received 4-22-11

Meetings for week beginning 4-22-11

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Public Safety Committee Agenda for 4-26-11

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License Committee Agenda for 4-26-11

LICENSE COMMITTEE AGENDA
TUESDAY, APRIL 26, 2011
7:15 P.M. – ROOM 402

TAXI OPERATORS (NEW):
Calcano, Jesus Orlando, 30 Fayette Street
Doucette, Ronnie, 512 Farms Dr. Burlington
Nguyen T., Binh, 81 Johnson St.
Piscia, Gregory, 11 Beach Rd.-(All City Taxi) Would like to move to Tom Taxi
Sacco, Michael, 39 Cottage St.-(60 Day Review)

LIVERY OPERATORS (NEW):
Anderson, Susan, 15 Clonaklity Lane
Laramie, Thomas J. 47 Ingalls St (TABLED 4/12/11)

DISCUSSION:
Babatunde Adeyemi- Taxi License- regarding newspaper article (TABLED 4/12/11)

SIGN RENEWAL:
52 Oakville St., Meninno Construction
76 Oakville St., Meninno Construction

BOWLING ALLEY RENEWAL:
73 Buffum Street, Lucky Strike Rec.

SECOND HAND ARTICLE- NEW:
249 Maple St., Talula Re-Sale & Consignment

CLASS II AUTO DEALER, AUTO REPAIR/ FLAMMABLE-TRANSFER:
860 Western Ave.- Armando’s Motor Sales (currently Plourde’s Auto Sales & Service)

CLASS II AUTO DEALER, AUTO REPAIR/FLAMMABLE – RENEWAL:
8 Burris Sq. – Meadow Park Auto Sales (was shut down in 2010 for not having bond, obtained new bond 3/11/2011)

FLAMMABLE – RENEWAL:
180 Boston St. – Global
229 Broadway – Richdale Food Shop
225 Commercial St. – Turner Inc.
653 Eastern Ave. – Global

AUTO REPAIR/FLAMMABLE RENEWAL:
17A Alley St. – ARM Garage
18A Alley St. – Padilla Auto Repair
182 Alley St. – Tom’s Taxi
15 Avon St. – John’s Fuel Service Inc./DBA John’s Oil Co.
87 Bennett St. – West Lynn Auto Service
47 Boston St. – Happy Valley Automotive
606R Boston St. – Barry Park Foreign Car
106 Chestnut St. – Duran Auto Repair (OWES TAXES)
307 Eastern Ave. – Ed Fleming’s Garage, Inc.
109 Lynnfield St. – R & R American Service Station, Inc.
555 Lynnway – Midas Muffler
725 Summer St. – RD Auto
760 Summer St. – J & L Fuel Service
105 Willow St. – Bill Walsh Auto Repairs

AUTO BODY/ AUTO REPAIR/FLAMMABLE RENEWAL:
18B Alley St. – Caribbean Auto Body and Repair
35 Alley St. – Caribbean Auto Body and Repair 1
35B Alley St. – K & J Auto Body Co.
178 Alley St. – Collision Auto Craft and Repair
26 Bennett St. – Classic Auto Body, Inc.
46 Bennett St. – Polo Auto Body
99R Cottage St. – Mark A. King LLC
9 Green St. – Legere Auto Body
475R Lynnway – Barrera & Sons Auto Body & Repair
443 Lynnway – Lynnway Auto Service, Inc.
135 Pleasant St. – Pudgy’s Towing and Auto Repair, Inc.
892 Washington St. – Giovanni’s Auto Body

CANNING:
Challenger Little League (Adults Only) – June 23,24,25, 2011
Lynn Shore Little League (Adults Only) – May 13, 14, 15, 2011

OTHER BUSINESS:

/tcy

City Council Meeting Agenda for 4-26-11

Agenda

April 26, 2011

Roll Call
Moment of Silence
Pledge of Allegiance

COMMUNICATIONS:

Donald Walker, Director of Project Operations, Office of Economic & Community Development

Dear Council Phelan:
On behalf of the Office of Economic and Community Development and the Lynn Housing Authority and Neighborhood Development, I am requesting that you schedule a public hearing with the Lynn City Council on Tuesday, May 24, 2011. The purpose of this hearing is to allow public input to the City’s Annual Action Plan, including the use of the Department of Housing and Urban Development appropriations for the Community Development Block Grant, Emergency Shelter Grant, HOME and Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS programs.
Sincerely, Donald Walker

PUBLIC HEARINGS:

None

PUBLIC HEARINGS TO BE SET DOWN:

None

UNFINISHED BUSINESS:

Finance Committee (from meeting of April 12)

Ordered that the City Comptroller is hereby authorized to take the following action: Certify as an “Available Fund” from the Executive Office of Public Safety in the amount of Eighteen Thousand Nine Hundred Forty Five Dollars and Zero Cents ($18,945.00) for Automated License Plate Reader Program.

Ordered that the City Comptroller is hereby authorized to make the following Appropriation Transfer:

From the Account of Reserve Fund:
To the Account of Information Technology Expense: $50,000.00

Ordered that the City Comptroller is hereby authorized to take the following action: Certify as an “Available Fund” from the Massachusetts Tobacco Control Program (MTCP) Grant in the amount of Four Hundred and Fourteen Thousand Dollars ($414,000), ($138,000 annually for three years from July 1, 2011 to June 30, 2014.

COMMITTEE REPORTS:

Public Safety Committee:

The following individuals were approved as constables:

Richard Cornaccini, 96 Light Street, Lynn
Giovanni Bloise-Freyre, 20 Bradford Street, Bradford

License Committee:

TAXI OPERATORS (NEW)
Calcano, Jesus Orlando, 30 Fayette Street
Doucette, Ronnie, 512 Farms Dr. Burlington,MA
Nguyen T., Binh, 81 Johnson St.
Piscia, Gregory, 11 Beach Rd.-(All City Taxi) would like to move to Tom Taxi
Sacco, Michael, 39 Cottage St.-60 day review

LIVERY OPERATORS (NEW)
Anderson, Susan, 15 Clonaklity Ln
Laramie, Thomas J. 47 Ingalls St table 4/12/11

DISCUSSION
Babatunde Adeyemi- Taxi License- regarding newspaper article tabled 4/12/11

SIGN RENEWAL
52 Oakville St., Meninno Construction
76 Oakville St., Meninno Construction

BOWLING ALLEY RENEWAL
73 Buffum Street, Lucky Strike Rec.

SECOND HAND ARTICLE- NEW
249 Maple St., Talula Resale & Consignment

CLASS II AUTO DEALER, AUTO REPAIR/ FLAMMABLE-TRANSFER
860 Western Ave.- Armando’s Motor Sales (currently Plourde’s Auto Sales & Service)

CLASS II AUTO DEALER, AUTO REPAIR/FLAMMABLE – RENEWAL
8 Burris Sq. – Meadow Park Auto Sales (was shut down in 2010 for not having bond, obtained new bond 3/11/2011)

FLAMMABLE – RENEWAL
180 Boston St. – Global
229 Broadway – Richdale Food Shop
225 Commercial St. – Turner Inc.
653 Eastern Ave. – Global

AUTO REPAIR/FLAMMABLE RENEWAL
17A Alley St. – ARM Garage
18A Alley St. – Padilla Auto Repair
182 Alley St. – Tom’s Taxi
15 Avon St. – John’s Fuel Service Inc./DBA John’s Oil Co.
87 Bennett St. – West Lynn Auto Service
47 Boston St. – Happy Valley Automotive
606R Boston St. – Barry Park Foreign Car
106 Chestnut St. – Duran Auto Repair (OWES TAXES)
307 Eastern Ave. – Ed Fleming’s Garage, Inc.
109 Lynnfield St. – R & R American Service Station, Inc.
555 Lynnway – Midas Muffler
725 Summer St. – RD Auto
760 Summer St. – J & L Fuel Service
105 Willow St. – Bill Walsh Auto Repairs

AUTO BODY/ AUTO REPAIR/FLAMMABLE RENEWAL
18B Alley St. – Caribbean Auto Body and Repair
35 Alley St. – Caribbean Auto Body and Repair 1
35B Alley St. – K & J Auto Body Co.
178 Alley St. – Collision Auto Craft and Repair
26 Bennett St. – Classic Auto Body, Inc.
46 Bennett St. – Polo Auto Body
99R Cottage St. – Mark A. King LLC
9 Green St. – Legere Auto Body
475R Lynnway – Barrera & Sons Auto Body & Repair
443 Lynnway – Lynnway Auto Service, Inc.
135 Pleasant St. – Pudgy’s Towing and Auto Repair, Inc.
892 Washington St. – Giovanni’s Auto Body

CANNING:
Challenger Little League (Adults Only) – June 23, 24, 25, 2011
Lynn Shore Little League (Adults Only) – May 13, 14, 15, 2011

NEW BUSINESS:

TABLED ITEMS

Recommends that the Lynn City Council be requested to set down a Public Hearing relative to a burnt, dilapidated or dangerous building or other structure located at 33 Central Square and, after hearing, may make record an order adjudging it to be a nuisance to the neighborhood or dangerous and prescribing to its disposition, alteration, or regulation all as authorized by Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 139, Section 1. (Crighton) Tabled 1/11/11

Petition of Verizon, Robert Grassia, for permission to locate one pole, wires, cables and fixtures, including the necessary anchors, guys and or such sustaining and protecting fixture to be owned and used in common along
Bailey Street, for service for #52 Bailey Street, and to lay and maintain underground laterals, cables and wires in the above or intersection public ways for the purpose of making connections with such pole and buildings. (Lozzi) Tabled 3/8/11

Petition of Veterans of Foreign Ward, Post 507, John Hartley, Attorney, for permission to transfer location of VFW post from original location at 90 High Rock Street with All Alcohol Club License to 35 Lynnfield Street. (Lozzi) Tabled 4/12/11

In Committee:

Tabled in Finance Committee Meeting of 3/22/11:

Ordered that the City Comptroller be and authorized to make the following Appropriation Transfer:

From the Account of Reserve Fund:
To the Account of Comptroller’s Payroll: $21,000.00

 

 

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Meetings for the week beginning 4-10-11

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PERSONNEL COMMITTEE AGENDA
TUESDAY, APRIL 12, 2011
6:45 P.M. – ROOM 4021. Request from Purchasing Agent:
re: One (1) Head Clerk (FY’12 Budget)2. OTHER BUSINESS/tcy
PUBLIC SAFETY COMMITTEE AGENDA
TUESDAY, APRIL 12, 2011
7:00 P.M. – ROOM 4021. Constable Appointment:
Samuel Sanon, 39 Congress Street, Lynn2. OTHER BUSINESS:/tcy

AGENDA FOR THE WAYS AND MEANS COMMITTEE
TUESDAY, APRIL 12, 2011
7:30 P.M. – ROOM 402
COUNCIL ORDERS, RECOMMENDATIONS & REQUESTS

Council Orders:

1. Councillor Ford: Ordered that Her Honor the Mayor be hereby authorized to execute all necessary documents for a Sustainable Communities Grant.
(Needs Emergency)

/tcy

FINANCE COMMITTEE AGENDA
TUESDAY, APRIL 12, 2011
7:45 P.M. – ROOM 4081. Financial Transfers2. OTHER BUSINESS/tcy
WATERFRONT ZONE SITE PLAN REVIEW
TUESDAY, APRIL 12, 2011
6:30 P.M. – ROOM 402Waterfront Zone Site Plan Review, 6:30 P.M. Room 402
Discussion re: Petition of Garelick Farms for construction
of building off Circle Avenue for the installation of D.A.F.
system./tcy
WAYS AND MEANS COMMITTEE
TUESDAY, APRIL 12, 2011
7:30 P.M. – ROOM 402Ways and Means Committee, 7:30 P.M., Room 402
Council Orders, Student Council Orders, and Other Business./tcy
LICENSE COMMITTEE
TUESDAY, APRIL 12, 2011
7:15 P.M. – ROOM 402License Committee, 7:15 P.M., Room 402
Discussion re: Minor Licenses and Other Business./tcy

Received 3-18-11

Meetings for the week of 3-20-11

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City Council Agenda for 3-22-11

Agenda
AgendaMarch 22, 2011Roll Call
Moment of Silence
Pledge of AllegianceAccept minutes of February 22, 2011.Communications:Citation Presentation to Harold Samuelson in recognition for his service on the Pine Grove Cemetery Commission.Appointment of John Pace, 84 Carter Road, Lynn, MA to the Pine Grove Cemetery CommissionPublic Hearings:None.Public Hearings to be Set Down:Petition of Eugene J. Dean, Fiesta Shows for a Carnival Fundraiser for the 4th of July Fireworks Fund at Lynn Tech Field for Sunday, April 17 to April 24. (Ford)Unfinished Business:Committee Reports:License Committee:
Ways & Means Committee:
Public Property Committee
Finance Committee:New BusinessTABLED ITEMSRecommends that the Lynn City Council be requested to set down a Public Hearing relative to a burnt, dilapidated or dangerous building or other structure located at 33 Central Square and, after hearing, may make record an order adjudging it to be a nuisance to the neighborhood or dangerous and prescribing to its disposition, alteration, or regulation all as authorized by Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 139, Section 1. (Crighton) Tabled 1/11/11
Petition of National Grid, Philip Courcy, for the installation of 3650’ + of 12-5” and 1525’ + of 6-5” PVC-EB conduit and miscellaneous underground equipment on Union Street. (Colucci) Tabled 3/8/11
Petition of Verizon, Robert Grassia, for permission to locate one pole, wires, cables and fixtures, including the necessary anchors, guys and or such sustaining and protecting fixture to be owned and used in common along
Bailey Street, for service for #52 Bailey Street, and to lay and maintain underground laterals, cables and wires in the above or intersection public ways for the purpose of making connections with such pole and buildings. (Lozzi) Tabled 3/8/11

 

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Meetings for week beginning March 6, 2011

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City Council Meeting Agenda for March 8, 2011

Agenda

March 8, 2011

Roll Call
Moment of Silence
Pledge of Allegiance

Accept Meeting Minutes of February 1, 2011, February 8, 2011, February 15, 2011 and February 16, 2011

Communications:

Citation Presentation to Walter V. Proodian in recognition for his service on the Pine Grove Cemetery Commission.

Presentation by members of the Lynn Community Health Center’s KAYA and Girls Inc.’s La Verdad Youth Groups regarding the pricing and availability of Other Tobacco Products in the City of Lynn.

Public Hearings:

Petition of National Grid, Philip Courcy, for the installation of 3650’ + of 12-5” and 1525’ + of 6-5” PVC-EB conduit and miscellaneous underground equipment on Union Street. (Colucci)
Petition of Verizon, Robert Grassia, for permission to locate one pole, wires, cables and fixtures, including the necessary anchors, guys and or such sustaining and protecting fixture to be owned and used in common along
Bailey Street, for service for #52 Bailey Street, and to lay and maintain underground laterals, cables and wires in the above or intersection public ways for the purpose of making connections with such pole and buildings. (Lozzi)

Public Hearings to be Set Down:

Petition of Flowers by Lorraine, James Keighley, for permission for a sign permit at 541-543 Boston Street. (Ford)

Petition of Lynnway Motor Sales, J. Ronald Costa, for permission for a Class II License at 299-309-315 Lynnway. (Capano)

Unfinished Business:

Finance Committee (From the meeting of February 22)

Ordered that the City Comptroller be and is hereby authorized to make the following appropriation transfer:
From the Account of ISD Payroll:
To the Account of Workers Compensation Payroll: $167,525.20

Ordered that there be and hereby is appropriated One Million Nine Hundred Fifty Four Thousand Seven Hundred Seventy Three Dollars and zero Cents ($1,954,773.00)

Ordered that thereby and hereby is appropriated Five Hundred Ten Thousand Five Hundred Fifty Five Dollars and Zero Cents ($510,555.00) as allotted to the City of Lynn by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) for law enforcement initiatives through September 12, 2012.

Committee Reports:

Public Safety Committee
License Committee
Finance Committee

New Business:

TABLED ITEMS

Recommends that the Lynn City Council be requested to set down a Public Hearing relative to a burnt, dilapidated or dangerous building or other structure located at 33 Central Square and, after hearing, may make record an order adjudging it to be a nuisance to the neighborhood or dangerous and prescribing to its disposition, alteration, or regulation all as authorized by Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 139, Section 1. (Crighton) Tabled 1/11/11

 

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City Hall Meetings for the week of 2-20-11 (List sent from City Hall, not representative of all boards and committees)

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City Council Agenda for February 22, 2011

Agenda

February 22, 2011

Roll call
Moment of Silence
Pledge of Allegiance

Communication:

Richard J. Fortucci, City Treasurer

Dear Councilors:
The City of Lynn has foreclosed on the following property:
21R Michigan Avenue, Owner: Gail Raymond, Trustee of the Raymond Living Trust. Please adjust your records accordingly.
Sincerely, Richard J. Fortucci, City Treasurer

Public Hearings:

None

Public Hearings to be Set Down:

None

Unfinished Business:

Finance Committee Report of January 25, 2011:

Ordered that the City Comptroller be and is hereby authorized to make the following appropriation transfers:

From the Account of Precinct Payroll:
To the Account of City Clerk Expense: $14,000.00

From the Account of Reserve Fund:
To the Account of Veteran’s Payroll: $13,845.48

Adopt Permanently: (previously adopted December 28, 2010 with an emergency)

An Ordinance Amending the Ordinance Regarding Snow Removal in the City of Lynn.

Committee Reports:

License Committee
Public Property Committee
Finance Committee

New Business:

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City Council Agenda for 2-15-11

Roll Call
Moment of Silence
Pledge of AllegianceCommunications:Letter of Disclosures from:
Robert Stilian
Stephen Upton
Paul Price
William Trahant
Stephen J. DuffyPublic Hearings:Petition of National Grid, Craig Spinale, for permission to install a steel stub pole #26-84 in the public way on Hamilton Avenue, between #98 and #102 Hamilton Avenue. (Colucci)Petition of Verizon, Robert E. Grassia, for permission to place approximately 50 feet of 4” conduit in the intersection of Lynnfield Street and Parker Hill Road and Millard Avenue, from Manhole #339 to New Pole #46/86 (Pole 46/86 is being relocated approximately 30 feet) and to place approximately 20 feet of 4” conduit from the new pole location to the existing main line conduit system on Lynnfield Street to establish a new underground connection from the new pole to the Verizon conduit system.Public Hearings to be Set Down:Petition of Verizon, Robert Grassia, for permission to locate one pole, wires, cables and fixtures, including the necessary anchors, guys and or such sustaining and protecting fixture to be owned and used in common along
Bailey Street, for service for #41-54 Bailey Street, and to lay and maintain underground laterals, cables and wires in the above or intersection public ways for the purpose of making connections with such pole and buildings.Petition of National Grid, Philip Courcy, for the installation of 3650’ + of 12-5” and 1525’ + of 6-5” PVC-EB conduit and miscellaneous underground equipment on Union Street.Unfinished Business:Continuation of Special Council Meeting to take whatever action the Council so desires on the following:
A Public Hearing to determine whether to remove Richard J. Fortucci as Chief Financial Officer for the City of Lynn.Committee Reports:Personnel Committee
License Committee
Public Works CommitteeNew Business:TABLED ITEMSPetition of AT&T Mobility, Inc., Francis Kelley, for permission to do minor modification of an existing stealth Wireless Communication facility from 6-9 antennas, unmanned, no change in operation at Grace United Methodist Church at 372 Broadway. (Lozzi) Tabled 12/28/10Petition of AT&T Mobility, Inc., Francis Kelley, for permission to do minor modification of an existing wireless communication facility from 6-9 antennas, unmanned, no change in operation at 500 Lynnfield Street. (Lozzi) Tabled 12/28/10.Recommends that the Lynn City Council be requested to set down a Public Hearing relative to a burnt, dilapidated or dangerous building or other structure located at 33 Central Square and, after hearing, may make record an order adjudging it to be a nuisance to the neighborhood or dangerous and prescribing to its disposition, alteration, or regulation all as authorized by Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 139, Section 1. (Crighton) Tabled 1/11/11

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Special City Council Hearing 2-8-11, 7pm

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Zoning Board of Appeals Agenda, 2-15-11, 7:30pm

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Traffic Commission Agenda, 2-15-11, 6pm

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Special City Council Meeting Agenda for 2-1-11

**The Special City Council meeting  has been CONTINUED to Tuesday, February 8, 2011 at 7:00 p.m. at the request of both parties.**

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Planning Board Agenda for 2-1-11 TO BE RESCHEDULED

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Meetings for the week of January 23, 2011

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City Council Agenda for 1-25-11

Agenda

January 25, 2011

Roll Call
Moment of Silence
Pledge of Allegiance

Accept the Meeting Minutes of January 11, 2011

COMMUNICATIONS:

PUBLIC HEARINGS:

None.

PUBLIC HEARINGS TO BE SET DOWN FOR FEBRUARY 15:

Petition of National Grid, Craig Spinale, for permission to install a steel stub pole #26-84 in the public way on Hamilton Avenue, between #98 and #102 Hamilton Avenue. (Colucci)

UNFINISHED BUSINESS:

Finance Committee Report of January 11, 2011:

Ordered that the City Comptroller is hereby authorized to make the following appropriation transfers:

From the Account of Parking Meter Receipts:
To the Account of Parking Expenses: $13,600.00

From the Account of Reserve Fund:
To the Account of Abandoned Vehicles Expense: $212.45

From the Account of Reserve Fund:
To the Account of Parking Department Expense: $27,200.00

From the Account of Reserve Fund:
To the Account of Personnel Payroll: $3,882.00

From the Account of Reserve Fund:
To the Account of Library Payroll: $24,309.06

From the Account of Fire Department Expense:
To the Account of Unpaid Bills of Prior Year: $1,240.87

Ways & Means Committee Report of January 11, 2011:

Capano/Ordered that the City Solicitor’s Office draft a License Agreement permitting Seacrest Foods International to park vehicles at the Ford School Annex on Bennett Street. Said License Agreement shall be revocable at the will of the Lynn School Committee. The terms of said License Agreement shall conform to all conditions mandated by the Lynn School Committee in a prior vote. It is further ordered that Her Honor the Mayor be authorized to execute said License Agreement on behalf of the City of Lynn.

COMMITTEE REPORTS:
License Committee

NEW BUSINESS:

TABLED ITEMS

Petition of AT&T Mobility, Inc., Francis Kelley, for permission to do minor modification of an existing stealth Wireless Communication facility from 6-9 antennas, unmanned, no change in operation at Grace United Methodist Church at 372 Broadway. (Lozzi) Tabled 12/28/10

Petition of AT&T Mobility, Inc., Francis Kelley, for permission to do minor modification of an existing wireless communication facility from 6-9 antennas, unmanned, no change in operation at 500 Lynnfield Street. (Lozzi) Tabled 12/28/10.

Recommends that the Lynn City Council be requested to set down a Public Hearing relative to a burnt, dilapidated or dangerous building or other structure located at 33 Central Square and, after hearing, may make record an order adjudging it to be a nuisance to the neighborhood or dangerous and prescribing to its disposition, alteration, or regulation all as authorized by Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 139, Section 1. (Crighton) Tabled 1/11/11

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License Commission Agenda for Tuesday, January 25, 2011

PATRICIA M. BARTON, CHAIRPERSON
RICHARD COPPINGER
MICHAEL W. PHELPS
CITY OF LYNN
OFFICE OF
LICENSE COMMISSIONERS
CITY HALLAGENDA
TUESDAY, JANUARY 25, 2011. CALL MEETING TO ORDER 6:30PM. ACCEPT THE MINUTES OF: NOVEMBER 23, 2010 AND DECEMBER 14, 2010. ONE DAY LICENSE: Lynn Arts, 25 Exchange Street for a gallery opening Saturday, January 29, 2011.. ONE DAY LICENSE: Lynn Memorial Auditorium, 3 City Hall Square, for concert on Friday, February 4, 2011.. ONE DAY LICENSE: Friends of Lynn Woods at Lynn Museum at 590 Washington Street on Saturday, February 12, 2011.. ONE DAY LICENSE: Goldmedal Entertainment, for concert at Lynn Memorial Auditorium on Sunday, February 13, 2011.. COMMON VICTUALLER: Gentle Touch at 112 Union Street, Agental Romelus, Manager.. COMMON VICTUALLER: La Resaca at 34 Acorn Street, Jose Martinez, Manager.. CHANGE OF MANAGER: Lynn Yacht Club at 84-86 Lynnway. Change of manager from Joe Carvalho to Emery Richard.. TRANSFER: Golden Lake Inc., DBA Golden Lake Restaurant at 38 Bennett Street, Sophat Seng, Manager to Phoeng Family Corporation, DBA Angkor Wat Restaurant, Leang Sor, Manager.. TRANSFER: Kastriot Inc., DBA Blue Note at 111-113 Sagamore Street to Full Moon Inc., Andreas Moya, Manager.. TRANSFER: Gweny Inc., DBA Blue Moon at 707 Western Avenue, Lorraine Clark, Manager to Y&Katherine Enterprises DBA Blue Moon Restaurant, Youssef Abourjaili, Manager.. CONFERENCE: Turbine Wine Bar, 56 Central Avenue, for questions regarding Police Report: #10/65965 11/18/20010 @ 2000 A&B.. CONFERENCE: J.D.’s Sports Bar, 155 Lewis Street, for questions regarding Police Report: #10/68925 12/04/2010 @ 0005 Domestic.. CONFERENCE: Café El Molino, 937 Western Avenue, for questions regarding Police Report: #10/65176 11/15/2010 @ 0045 A&B with dangerous weapon.. HEARING: Blue Moon Restaurant, 707 Western Avenue, Manager Lorraine Clark for failure to disclose partners, failure to disclose financial interest in business and falsifying renewal document dating
Back to 1997.. CONTINUED HEARING: Hogan’s II, 158 Franklin Street, on questions of roll-back, suspension or revocation of their All Alcohol Beverages License as a Common Victualler for the following Police Reports,#10/57413 10/8/2010 @ 2240 A&B, #10/57413/2 10/8/2010 @ 2240 A&B, #10/57840 10/10/2010 @ 1958 License Premises Inspection.. HEARING: Fenix, 517 Washington Street, on questions of roll-back, suspension or revocation of their All Alcohol Beverages License as a Common Victualler for the following Police Reports,#11/00024 1/01/2011 @ 0050 Riot or Disturbance, #11/00024/2 1/01/2011 @ 0050 Riot or Disturbance,. HEARING: El Caney, 64 Baldwin Street, on questions of roll-back, suspension or revocation of their All Alcohol Beverages License as a Common Victualler for the following Police Reports,#11/00241 1/02/2011 @ 0001 General Incident Report.. HEARING: New Market, 551 Summer Street, on questions of roll-back, suspension or revocation of their Wine & Malt Beverages License as a Package Store for the following: Inappropriate transfer of license, operating with a license that was denied by the ABCC, Failure to pay Local and State taxes.. HEARING: License from 61 Franklin Street, Dixon’s Market, on questions of roll-back, suspension or revocation of their Wine & Malt Beverages License as a Package Store for the following: Inappropriate transfer of license, failure to pay State taxes.. COMMUNICATIONS:
- Letters the Board sent to the ABCC. POLICE REPORTS:- Blue Note, 111-113 Sagamore Street, #10/70245 12/11/2010 @ 0105 A&B dangerous weapon,
- Hogan’s II, 160 Franklin Street, #10/70420 12/11/2010 @ 2330 Assault/HEARING TONITE
- Fenix, 517 Washington Street, #11/00024 1/1/2011 @ 0050 Riot or Disturbance/HEARING TONITE
- Fenix, 517 Washington Street, #11/00024/2 1/1/2011 @ 0050 Riot or Disturbance/HEARING TONITE
- Club Caney, 64 Baldwin Street, #11/00241 1/2/2011 @ 0001 General Incident Report/HEARING TONITE. NEW BUSINESS:
List of non-compliant establishments:
- No Liquor Liability with renewal
- City taxes owed and no payment plan
- No Occupancy Permit. OLD BUSINESS. ADJOURNMENT

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Traffic Commission Agenda for 1-18-11

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City Council Agenda for 1-11-11

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1-11-11Roll Call
Moment of Silence
Pledge of AllegianceAccept minutes of December 14, 2010 and December 28, 2010.Communications:Her Honor the Mayor:Dear Councilors:
Pursuant to the provisions of Masachusetts General Laws, Chapter 40U, Section 6, I hereby appoint Robert J. Stilian as the Municipal Hearing Officer for the City of Lynn.
Sincerely, Judith Flanagan Kennedy, MayorDisclosures of Financial Interest:Ryan Brown, Lynn Fire Department regarding Contract for Snow Plowing/Sanding with the Lynn DPW.
Daniel Dean, ISD, regarding Contract for Snow Plowing/Sanding with the Lynn DPW.Public Hearings:Recommends that the Lynn City Council be requested to set down a Public Hearing relative to a burnt, dilapidated or dangerous building or other structure located at 33 Central Square and, after hearing, may make record an order adjudging it to be a nuisance to the neighborhood or dangerous and prescribing to its disposition, alteration, or regulation all as authorized by Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 139, Section 1.
Public Hearings to be Set Down:Unfinished Business:Interview Committee Report of December 28, 2010
To be adopted permanently:From Meeting of December 28, 2010 to be adopted permanently:
An Ordinance Amending the Ordinance Pertaining to Sex Offender Residency Restrictions in the City of LynnLaid over from Meeting of December 14, 2010 to be adopted:
Order adjudging the property located at 102 Alley Street to be a nuisance to the neighborhood or dangerous and prescribing to its disposition, alteration, or regulation all as authorized by Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 139, Section 1.
Order adjudging the property located at 104 Alley Street to be a nuisance to the neighborhood or dangerous and prescribing to its disposition, alteration, or regulation all as authorized by Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 139, Section 1.
Committee Reports:Public Safety Committee
License Committee
Finance CommitteeNew Business:TABLED ITEMSPetition of AT&T Mobility, Inc., Francis Kelley, for permission to do minor modification of an existing stealth Wireless Communication facility from 6-9 antennas, unmanned, no change in operation at Grace United Methodist Church at 372 Broadway. (Lozzi) Tabled 12/28/10
Petition of AT&T Mobility, Inc., Francis Kelley, for permission to do minor modification of an existing wireless communication facility from 6-9 antennas, unmanned, no change in operation at 500 Lynnfield Street. (Lozzi) Tabled 12/28/10.

Salem Planning Board Special Hearing on Walmart/Lowes Development

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2011 City Council Meeting Schedule

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NO MEETINGS SCHEDULED DURING THE WEEK OF
JANUARY 3, 2011 – JANUARY 8, 2011

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City Council Agenda for 12-28-10

Agenda

“Cheers to a new year and another chance
for us to get it right.”~ Oprah Winfrey
December 28, 2010

Roll Call
Moment of Silence
Pledge of Allegiance

Accept minutes of November 30, 2010.

Communications:

Her Honor the Mayor:

Dear Councilors:
I am hereby appointing Ms. Esraa S. Ahmad, 5 Moulton Street, Apt. 3, to the Lyn Cultural Council. Ms. Ahmad’s term is effective immediately, and will expire on December 31, 2012.
Sincerely, Judith Flanagan Kennedy, Mayor

Public Hearings:

Petition of AT&T Mobility, Inc., Francis Kelley, for permission to do minor modification of an existing stealth Wireless Communication facility from 6-9 antennas, unmanned, no change in operation at Grace United Methodist Church at 372 Broadway.

Petition of AT&T Mobility, Inc., Francis Kelley, for permission to do minor modification of an existing wireless communication facility from 6-9 antennas, unmanned, no change in operation at 500 Lynnfield Street.

Public Hearings to be Set Down:

Unfinished Business:

Public Property Committee Report of December 14, 2010:

Ordered that Her Honor the Mayor be authorized to enter into a Lease Agreement by and between the City of Lynn and Ralph W. Sevinor, Trustee of RWS Realty Trust, for a term of five (5) years, beginning December 1, 2010, for the premises located at 424R Essex Street, Lynn, Massachusetts, more fully described in “Lease Agreement” between the parties, dated May 1, 2005, incorporated by reference.

Finance Committee Report of December 14, 2010:

Ordered that the City Comptroller be and is hereby authorized to make the following appropriation transfers:

From the Account of the Reserve Fund:
To the Account of Law Department Expense: $50,000.00

From the Account of Reserve Fund:
To the Account of Comptroller’s Expense: $10,010.50

Committee Reports:

Interview Committee
Ordinance Committee
License Committee:
Public Property
Finance Committee:

New Business:

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City Council Agenda 12-14-10

Agenda

December 14, 2010

Roll Call
Moment of Silence
Pledge of Allegiance

Communications:

Communication from Her Honor the Mayor:
Dear Councillors: I am hereby appointing Ms. Elisabeth L. Daly, 27 Stephen Street, to the Office of Economic and Community Development Citizens
Advisory Board. Ms. Daly’s term is effective immediately and will expire on February 1, 2014. Sincerely, Judith Flanagan Kennedy, Mayor, City of Lynn.

Communication from Attorney Michael J. Barry:
Dear Councillor Colucci: Enclosed please find a Disclosure of Financial Interest as required by M.G.L. c. 268A, Section 20(b) in order to be appointed as a Constable in the City of Lynn. It is the recommendation of this office that you obtain the Mayor’s signature as appointing authority and submit the Disclosure to the Lynn City Council for approval. Please be advised that it is the opinion of this office that you should abstain from a vote relating to the approval of the Disclosure Form. Thank you for your attention to this matter. Very truly yours, Michael J. Barry, City Solicitor.

Public Hearings:

Public Hearing to determine the percentage of FY2011 Tax Levy to be borne by each class of real and personal property.

Public Hearing relative to an Ordinance Amending the Ordinance Pertaining to Sex Offender Registry Restrictions in the City of Lynn.

Public Hearing pursuant to MGL, Chapter 139, Section 1, relative to a burnt, dilapidated or dangerous building at 102 Alley Street. (Capano)

Public Hearing pursuant to MGL, Chapter 139, Section 1, relative to a burnt, dilapidated or dangerous building at 104 Alley Street. (Capano)

Public Hearings to be Set Down:

Unfinished Business:

From the Ways & Means Committee meeting of November 30:

Ordered that Her Honor the Mayor is hereby authorized to execute all documents
necessary for a Section 108 Waterfront Loan Fund from the Department of
Housing and Urban Development.

Committee Reports:

Ways and Means Committee
Waterfront Committee
Public Safety Committee
License Committee
Public Property Committee
Finance Committee

Ordinance amending the ordinance pertaining to Sex Offender Residency Restrictions

IN THE YEAR TWO THOUSAND AND TEN AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE ORDINANCE PERTAINING TO SEX OFFENDER RESIDENCY RESTRICTIONS IN THE CITY OF LYNN

SECTION 1:00 Findings.

A. The City of Lynn recognizes that it has a compelling interest in protecting children from the threat of sexual abuse; and

B. Due to a child’s vulnerability, the City Council is compelled to take a protective role by adopting laws that are designed to protect the City’s children from registered sex offenders; and

C. Registered sex offenders continue to reside in close proximity to public and private schools, parks and playgrounds; and

D. Without adequate protective ordinances at the local level, registered sex offenders will continue to move to buildings, apartments, domiciles or residences in close proximity to schools, parks and playgrounds; and

E. The City of Lynn wishes to protect children in the educational and recreational environment.

SECTION 2:00 Intent.

A. The Lynn City Council finds that sex offenders pose a significant threat to the health and safety of the community and especially to children, whose age and inexperience makes them particularly vulnerable to the heinous and reprehensible acts of these offenders; and

B. The rate of recidivism among sex offenders is high. Limiting the frequency of contact between registered sex offenders and areas where children are likely to congregate reduces the opportunity and temptation, and can reduce the risk of repeated acts against children; and

C. After careful consideration, the Lynn City Council finds that this legislation is the most narrowly tailored means of limiting, to the fullest extent possible, the opportunity for registered sex offenders to approach or otherwise come in contact with children in places where children would naturally congregate, and that the protection of the health and safety of our children is a compelling governmental interest.

D. It is the intent of this ordinance to serve and protect the City of Lynn’s compelling interest to promote, protect and improve the health, safety and welfare of the citizens of Lynn by creating areas around locations where children regularly congregate in concentrated numbers wherein certain registered sex offenders are prohibited from loitering and establishing temporary or permanent residence.

E. By the enactment of this or any other legislation, the City Council understands that it cannot remove the threat posed by registered sex offendersor guarantee the safety of children, or assure the public that registered sex offenders will comply with the mandates of this ordinance and state law relative to registration. This legislation is intended to create a civil, non-punitive regulatory scheme in order to protect children to the extent possible under the circumstances and not as a punitive measure of any kind.

F. Registered sex offenders pose a clear threat to the children residing and visiting in the community. Because registered sex offenders are more likely than any other type of offender to re-offend for another sexual offense, the Lynn City Council desires to impose safety precautions in furtherance of the goal of protecting children. The purpose of this regulation is to reduce the potential risk of harm to children of the community by impacting the ability of registered sex offenders to be in contact with unsuspecting children in locations that are primarily designed for use by, or are primarily used by children, namely, the grounds of their public or private school for children, a park, or other public recreational facility. The City of Lynn desires to add location restrictions to such offenders where the state law is silent.

SECTION 3:00 Definitions.

For the purpose of this Ordinance, the following terms shall have the respective meanings ascribed to them:

Registered Sex Offender. A person convicted of a criminal sex offense and designated as a Level 2 or 3 sex offender by the Massachusetts Sex Offender Registry Board pursuant to M.G.L. c. 6, §178C. The Board has determined that these individuals have a high risk to reoffend and that the degree of dangerousness posed to the public is such that a substantial public safety interest is served by active community notification.

Sex Offender and Sex Offense shall have the same meaning as provided for in M.G.L. c. 6, §178C.

Child shall mean a person or persons under the age of eighteen (18) years of age.

School. A licensed or accredited public or private school or church school that offers instruction in pre-school or other business permitted as a school by the City of Lynn and/or the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, or any of grades K through 12.

Park includes active and passive public land designated for recreational or athletic use by the City of Lynn, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts or other governmental subdivision, and located within the city of Lynn.

Recreational Facility includes, but is not limited to, a playground, a forest preserve, conservation area, jogging or running track, hiking trail, beach, water park, wading pool, soccer field, baseball field, football field, basketball court or hockey rink.

Permanent Residence shall mean a place where a person lives, abides, lodges or resides for fourteen (14) or more consecutive days.

Temporary Residence shall means a place where a person lives, abides, lodges or resides for a period of less than fourteen (14) consecutive days or fourteen (14) days in the aggregate during any calendar year, which is not the person’s permanent address or place where the person routinely lives, abides, lodges, or resides and which is not the person’s Permanent Residence; but Temporary Residence shall not include residence at a hospital or other healthcare or medical facility for less than fourteen consecutive days or fourteen (14) days in the aggregate during any calendar year.

Establishing a Residence shall mean to set up or bring into being a dwelling place or an abode where a person sleeps, which may include more than one location, and may be mobile or transitory, or by means of purchasing real property or entering into a lease or rental agreement for real property (including a renewal or extension of a prior agreement whether through written extension or automatic renewal).

SECTION 4:00. Residency Restrictions.

A. Prohibition. A Registered Sex Offender is prohibited from establishing a Permanent or Temporary Residence within one thousand (1,000) feet of any School or Park in the City of Lynn.

B Evidentiary matters, measurements. For purposes of determining the minimum distance separation, the distance shall be measured by following a straight line from the outer property line of the Permanent or Temporary Residence to the nearest outer property line of any School or Park.

C. Exceptions. A Registered Sex Offender residing within one thousand (1,000) feet of any School or Park does not commit a violation of this section if any of the following apply:

1. The Registered Sex Offender established a Permanent Residence prior to the effective date of this ordinance, and

a. Permanent Residence was established by purchasing the real property where the residence is established, or
b. Permanent Residence was established through a valid, fixed term, written lease or rental agreement, executed prior to the effective date of this ordinance, whose term has not yet expired.

2. The Registered Sex Offender is a minor.

3. The Registered Sex Offender is residing with a person related by blood or marriage within the first degree of kindred within the City of Lynn.

4. The School or Park within one thousand (1,000) feet of the Registered Sex Offender’s Permanent Residence was opened after the Registered Sex Offender established the Permanent Residence.

D. Notice to move. A Registered Sex Offender who resides on a permanent or temporary basis within one thousand (1,000) feet of any School or Park shall be in violation of this section, and shall, within thirty (30) days of receipt of written notice of the Registered Sex Offender’s noncompliance with this ordinance from the City Solicitor’s Office, move from said location to a new location, but said location may not be within one thousand (1,000) feet of any School or Park. It shall constitute a separate violation for each day beyond the thirty (30) days the Registered Sex Offender continues to reside within one thousand (1,000) feet of any School or Park. Furthermore, it shall be a violation each day that a Registered Sex Offender shall move from one location within the City of Lynn to another that is within one thousand (1,000) feet of any School or Park.

SECTION 5:00 Child Safety Zones.

A. Prohibitions.

1. A Registered Sex Offender is prohibited from entering upon the premises of a School unless previously authorized specifically in writing by the school administration.

2. A Registered Sex Offender shall not enter any Park or other private or public Recreational Facility when children are present and approach, contact, or communicate with any child present, unless the Registered Sex Offender s a parent or guardian of a child present in such Park or other private or public Recreational Facility.

3. A Registered Sex Offender shall not loiter on or within one thousand (1,000) feet of any property in which there is a School, Park, or other private or public Recreational Facility. Under this section, “loiter” shall mean to enter or remain on property while having no legitimate purpose therefor, or, if a legitimate purpose exists, remaining on that property beyond the time necessary to fulfill that purpose. No person shall be in violation of this subsection unless he or she has first been asked to leave a prohibited location by a person authorized to exclude the Registered Sex Offender from the premises. An authorized person includes, but is not limited to, law enforcement officer, owner or manager of premises, or principal or teacher if the premises is a School.

B. Exceptions

1. The prohibitions defined in this section shall not be construed or enforced so as to prohibit a Registered Sex Offender from exercising his or her right to vote in any federal, state or municipal election, or from attending any religious service.

2. The prohibitions defined in this section do not apply to a Registered Sex Offender’s place of residence when such residence is excepted under this ordinance.

SECTION 6:00 Enforcement.

A. The City of Lynn Police Department shall be charged with enforcement of this Ordinance with exception of the Notice to Move which shall be sent by the City Solicitor’s Office.

B. A map depicting the prohibited areas shall by created by the Inspectional Services Department and maintained by the City Clerk’s Office. The map and copy of this ordinance shall be available to the public at the City Clerk’s Office and on the City of Lynn’s website.

SECTION 7:00 Penalties.

A. Any violation of this Ordinance shall result in: (1) a non-criminal fine of $300.00 for a first violation; (2) a non-criminal fine of $300.00 for each additional violation of this provision. A Registered Sex Offender commits offense for each and every day a violation continues.

B. Any subsequent offense of this Ordinance by a Registered Sex Offender: Non-criminal fine of $300.00 and notification to offender’s landlord, parole officer and/or probation officer, and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Sex Offender Registry Board that the Registered Sex Offender has violated a municipal ordinance.

SECTION 8:00 Inconsistent provisions.

All ordinances or parts of ordinances inconsistent herewith are hereby repealed.

SECTION 9:00 Severability.

If any of the provisions of this ordinance or the application thereof to any person or circumstance is held invalid, such invalidity shall not affect other provisions of said ordinance nor the application of such other provisions, which can be given effect without the invalid provisions or application thereof, and for this purpose the provisions of this ordinance are severable.

SECTION 10:00 Time of Effect.

This ordinance shall take effect thirty-one (31) days after its final approval as adopted and advertised.

Received 12-7-10

Agenda for License Commission Meeting 12-14-10, 6:30 at the Lynn Police Headquarters

PATRICIA M. BARTON, CHAIRPERSON
RICHARD COPPINGER
MICHAEL W. PHELPSCITY OF LYNN
OFFICE OF
LICENSE COMMISSIONERS
CITY HALLAGENDA
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 14, 2010. CALL MEETING TO ORDER 6:30PM. ACCEPT THE MINUTES OF: NOVEMBER 23, 2010. TRANSFER: Pho Lynn Restaurant at 18-20 Munroe Street, Thuy Diem Le to Lupita Restaurant, Erasmo A. Guevara, Manager.. TRANSFER: Gweny Inc., DBA Blue Moon at 707 Western Avenue, Lorraine Clark, Manager to Y&Katherine Enterprises DBA Blue Moon Restaurant, Youssef Abourjaili, Manager.. CONTINUED HEARING: Hogan’s II, 158 Franklin Street, on questions of roll-back, suspension or revocation of their All Alcohol Beverages License as a Common Victualler for the following Police Reports,#10/57413 10/8/2010 @ 2240 A&B, #10/57413/2 10/8/2010 @ 2240 A&B, #10/57840 10/10/2010 @ 1958 License Premises Inspection.. CONTINUED HEARING: Fran’s, 746 Washington Street, on questions of roll-back, suspension or revocation of their All Alcohol Beverages License as a Common Victualler for the following Police Reports, #10/54895 9/26/2010 @ 0046 Disorderly conduct, #10/54895/2 9/26/2010 @ 0046 Disorderly conduct.. HEARING: Brava Nightclub, 130 Union Street, on questions of roll-back, suspension or revocation of their All Alcohol Beverages License as a Common Victualler for the following Police Reports, #10/58289 10/13/2010 @ 0055 Destruction of Property +$250.00, Malicious.. COMMUNICATIONS:. POLICE REPORTS:. NEW BUSINESS: LICENSE RENEWALS FOR 2011. OLD BUSINESS. ADJOURNMENT

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Meetings for the week of 12-5-10

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Ordinance Commitee Agenda for 12-7-10

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Meetings for the week of 11-28-10

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City Council Agenda for 11-30-10

Agenda

November 30, 2010

Roll Call
Moment of Silence
Pledge of Allegiance

Accept the minutes of November 16, 2010.

Communications:

Her Honor the Mayor:

Dear Councilors: Per the By-laws of the Economic Development and Industrial Corporation, I am hereby reappointing Charles Gaeta, 117 Range Heights Road, Lynn, Massachusetts to serve as Chairman of the Economic Development and Industrial Corporation Board.
Sincerely, Judith Flanagan Kennedy, Mayor

Public Hearings:

None.

Public Hearings to be Set Down:

Petition of AT&T Mobility, Inc., Francis Kelley, for permission to modify existing stealth wireless communication facility (from 6-9) antennas, unmanned, no change in operation at Grace United Methodist Church, 372 Broadway. (Lozzi)

Petition of AT&T Mobility, Inc., Francis Kelley, for permission to modify existing wireless communication facility (increase from 6-9) unmanned at 500 Lynnfield Street. (Lozzi)

Unfinished Business:

Public Property Committee Meeting of November 16:

Ordered that the owner, SN Servicing Corporation , owner of the property at 15-17 Rockingham Street, Lynn, be allowed to redeem the property with the stipulation that all taxes, fines, and fees be paid immediately.

Finance Committee of November 16:

Ordered that the City Comptroller be and is hereby authorized to make the following appropriation transfers:

From the Account of DPW Expense:
To the Account of Unpaid Bills of Prior Years: $484.03

From the Account of Awards & Executions:
To the Account of Unpaid Bills of Prior Years: $1,734.58

From the Account of Collector’s Expense:
To the Account of Collector’s Payroll: $785.00

Committee Reports:

License Committee
Ways & Means Committee

New Business:

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Zoning Board of Appeals Agenda 11-16-10

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Meetings for the week of 11-14-10

 

City Council Agenda for 11-16-10

Agenda

November 16, 2010

Accept minutes of October 19, 2010 and October 26, 2010.

Roll Call
Moment of Silence
Pledge of Allegiance

Communications:

Communication from Her Honor the Mayor regarding reappointment of
Walter Proodian to the Lynn Water & Sewer Commission.

Communication from Her Honor the Mayor relative to the veto of the Order relative to a License Agreement permitting Seacrest Foods International to park vehicles at the Ford School Annex on Bennett Street.

Communication from Peter M. Caron, Director of Assessing regarding request for public hearing to determine the percentages of the FY2011 tax levy to be borne by each class of real and personal property.

Communication from Michael J. Donovan, ISD Director notifying the Council that the Site Plan Review Application for 92, 118-120 Brookline Street has been withdrawn.

Communication from Richard Fortucci, City Treasurer regarding the foreclosure of a parcel on Phaeton Rock Road.

Public Hearings:

Petition of Veterans of Foreign Wars, Post 507, George Rivers, Post Commander for permission to transfer location of existing VFW Post from location at 90 High Rock Street to 19-21 Fayette Street, with All Alcohol Club License with hours from 12 Noon to 1:00 a.m. Sunday through Saturday. (Trahant)

Petition of AT&T, Francis Keller, for permission to modify equipment and add three antennas four feet in height and 11.8” wide between the current antennas at 92 Curwin Circle. (Ford)

Petition of AT&T, Francis Keller for permission to modify equipment and increase antennas from 6 to 9 at 71 Linden Street. (Ford)

Public Hearings to be Set Down:

Unfinished Business:

Public Safety Committee Meeting of October 26, 2010:

The following individual was appointed Constable:

Carl Greenler, 198 Locust Street, Lynn

Committee Reports:

Ordinance Committee
License Committee
Public Property Committee
Ways & Means Committee
Finance Committee

Unfinished Business:

Conservation Commission Agenda for 11-16-10

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Received 11-5-10

Planning Board Agenda for 11-9-10

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Received 10-28-10

Zoning Board of Appeals Agenda 11-16-10

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Received 10-26-10

Traffic Commission Agenda for 11-16-10 at 6pm

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City Council Agenda 10-26-10

Agenda

October 26, 2010

Roll Call
Moment of Silence
Pledge of Allegiance

Communications:

Appointment of Patricia Barton – Licensing Board

Public Hearings:

Public Hearings to be Set Down:

Unfinished Business

Interview Committee Report of October 19, 2010:

Public Property Committee Report of October 19, 2010:

Motion to allow the Department of Public Works to dispose of various obsolete equipment and vehicles as attached hereto.

JUNKED VEHICLES
VIN # DEPT YEAR MAKE MODEL
2FAFP71W34X173922 POLICE 2004 FORD CROWN VIC
2FALP71WXSX206666 SCHOOL 1995 FORD CROWN VIC
2FALP71W3SX206640 SCHOOL 1995 FORD CROWN VIC
2FAFP71W03X112438 ISD 2003 FORD CROWN VIC
2FALP71WXVX189565 POLICE 1997 FORD CROWN VIC
2FALP71W2XS175817 POLICE 1999 FORD CROWN VIC
1MELM50U6TA630989 POLICE 1996 FORD TAURUS
1HGCG6674WA125782 POLICE 1998 HONDA ACCORD
1HGCD5683VA166415 POLICE 1997 HONDA ACCORD
1FAFP54N8XA151378 POLICE 1999 FORD TAURUS
1FAFPP6244PH136632 POLICE 1993 FORD THUNDERBIRD
4T1SK12E4RU447174 1994 TOYOTA CAMRY
1GCHG35K7SF139858 SCHOOL 1995 CHEVY VAN
2FAFP71W8YX172801 POLICE 2000 FORD CROWN VIC
2FALP71W9SX201345 FIRE 1995 FORD CROWN VIC
4N2DN11W9TD840381 POLICE 1996 NISSAN VAN
2GCFK24K7J1193023 DPW 528 1988 CHEVY CHEVY
2FAFP71W2YX200009 POLICE 2000 FORD CROWN VIC
2FALP71W2SX201350 POLICE 1995 FORD CROWN VIC
1J9VM3H48VC172032 DPW 253 1997 JOHNSON SWEEPER
DPW 254 1997 JOHNSON SWEEPER
1HTGBDR6KH684149 DPW 225 1989 INTERNATIONAL DUMP TRUCK
1HTBDBROKH684146 DPW 223 1989 INTERNATIONAL DUMP TRUCK
2FAFP71W9XX111214 POLICE 1999 FORD CROWN VIC
1FALP63U8TA302131 POLICE 1996 FORD TAURUS
1FMZU73E4YZC48640 POLICE 2004 FORD EXPLORER
1FTJE34HXHHB61086 ISD 1987 FORD VAN
PADDY WAGON BOX
4 JAKE MOWERS
1 COMPRESSOR

Finance Committee Report of October 19, 2010:

Ordered that the City Comptroller is hereby authorized to make the following appropriation transfers:

From the Street Lighting Improvement Revenue Account:
To the Account of Street Lighting Expense: $58,081.00

From the Account of Insurance Losses Greater than $25,000:
To the ISD Expense Account: $25,000.00

From the Account of Police Expense:
To the Account of Unpaid Bills of Prior Years: $36,285.66

From the Account of DPW Expense:
To the Account of Unpaid Bills of Prior Years: $5,111.18

Ordered that the Department of Public Works be allowed to make expenditures for snow and ice control in excess of the appropriation for those costs, pursuant to M.G.L., C. 44, Section 31D.

Ordered that the City Comptroller is hereby authorized to take the following action: Certify as an “Available Fund” from the F2011 State 911 Department Support and Incentive Grant in the amount of One Hundred Sixty Six Thousand Six Hundred Ninety Two Dollars and Zero Cents ($166,692.00) to enhance 911 services.

Committee Reports

Public Safety Committee
License Committee
Public Property Committee

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Licensing Board Agenda 10-26-10

NOTE: Meets in Community Room of Lynn Police Headquarters on Washington St.

RICHARD COPPINGER, CHAIRMAN
JOHN F. PACE
MICHAEL W. PHELPSCITY OF LYNN
OFFICE OF
LICENSE COMMISSIONERS
CITY HALLAGENDA
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 2010. CALL MEETING TO ORDER 6:30PM. ACCEPT THE MINUTES OF: September 28, 2010. ONE DAY LICENSE: Raw Arts, 37 Central Square, for Wednesday, November 3, 2010.. ONE DAY LICENSE: Lynn Auditorium, for Friday, November 5, 2010.. ONE DAY LICENSE: Lynn Auditorium, for Friday, November 19, 2010.. TRANSFER: S. Casey Enterprises, DBA Buchanan Café at 648 Eastern Avenue has applied for a transfer of their All Alcohol License as a Common Victualler to Charles Sullivan, DBA Buchanan Café, Charles Sullivan, Manager.. CONTINUED HEARING: Soriano’s at 48 Market Street, on questions of roll-back, suspension or revocation of their All Alcohol Beverages License as a Common Victualler for the following Police Reports, #10/42993 8/2/2010 @ 0111 General Incident Report, #10/44064 8/7/2010 @ 0045 Assault to Maim, #10/44064/2 8/7/2010 @ 0045 Assault to Maim, Pocket License.. HEARING: Champion’s, 170 Broad Street, on questions of roll-back, suspension or revocation of their All Alcohol Beverages License as a Common Victualler for the following Police Reports,#10/45423 8/13/2010 @ 0052 Destruction of property +$250.00, malicious.. HEARING: Max’s Restaurant & Pub, on questions of roll-back, suspension or revocation of their All Alcohol Beverages License as a Common Victualler for the following Police Reports, #10/54352 9/23/2010 @ 2115 Gaming Apparatus.. HEARING: Blue Note, 111 Sagamore Street, on questions of roll-back, suspension or revocation of their All Alcohol Beverages License as a Common Victualler for the following Police Reports,#10/54629 9/25/2010 @ 0025 Firearm within 500 ft. of dwelling, #10/54637 9/25/2010 @ 0053 Destruction of Property +$250.00, malicious.. HEARING: Fran’s, 746 Washington Street, on questions of roll-back, suspension or revocation of their All Alcohol Beverages License as a Common Victualler for the following Police Reports, #10/54895 9/26/2010 @ 0046 Disorderly conduct, #10/54895/2 9/26/2010 @ 0046 Disorderly conduct. REQUESTED A CONTINUANCE TO NOVEMBER.. HEARING: Hogan’s II, 158 Franklin Street, on questions of roll-back, suspension or revocation of their All Alcohol Beverages License as a Common Victualler for the following Police Reports,#10/57413 10/8/2010 @ 2240 A&B, #10/57413/2 10/8/2010 @ 2240 A&B, #10/57840 10/10/2010 @ 1958 License Premises Inspection. REQUESTED A CONTINUANCE TO NOVEMBER.. COMMUNICATIONS:
Letter to all Commissioners regarding Buchanan Cafe. POLICE REPORTS:
- Champion’s Bar, 170 Broad Street, #10/56276 10/2/2010 @ 2259
A&B\ dangerous weapon.- Sandbar, 50 Suffolk Street, #10/57579 9/20/2010 @ 0045 General Incident Report. NEW BUSINESS. OLD BUSINESS. ADJOURNMENT

Received 10-21-2010

EMERGENCY ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS MEETING 10-26 6:30pm COUNCIL CHAMBERS

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PLANNING BOARD AGENDA 10-26 6:30pm RM302

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Received 10-15-2010

MEETINGS SCHEDULED THE WEEK BEGINNING OCTOBER 17, 2010:

Tuesday, October 19, 2010:

Interview Committee, 6:30 P.M., Room 402
Discussion re: Mayor’s Appointment – Chairman of the License Commission: Patricia Barton.

License Committee, 7:15 P.M., Room 402
Discussion re: Minor Licenses, and Other Business.

Public Property Committee, 7:30 P.M., Room 402
Discussion re: Request from Seacrest Foods International; Request
From DPW; and Other Business.

Finance Committee, 7:45 P.M., Room 408
Discussion re: Financial Transfers and Other Business.

CITY COUNCIL MEETING, 8:00 P.M., COUNCIL CHAMBERS

City Council Agenda 10-19-2010

Roll Call
Moment of Silence
Pledge of AllegianceAccept minutes of September 28, 2010Communications:Her Honor the Mayor:Dear Councilors:
I am hereby appointing Patricia Barton, 196 Locust Street, Lynn Massachusetts as Chairman of the License Commission. Ms. Barton’s term is effective immediately and will expire on June 7, 2016.
Sincerely, Judith Flanagan Kennedy, MayorDear Councilors:
Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 138, Section 5, stipulates that the Licensing Commission terms are for six (6) years, whereby one Commissioner must expire every two years. In accordance with an opinion from the City Solicitor’s Office, a mistake was made previously when Michael Phelps was appointed to complete George Coles’ term on the License Commission.
Therefore, in order to comply with the Statute, the records should reflect that the appropriate expiration of Michael Phelps’s term will occur June 5, 2012.
Sincerely, Judith Flanagan Kennedy, Mayor
Public Hearings:Petition of Val DePerrio, The Dry Cleaner, for permission to install washers and dryers to clean wash and fold (retail) at 170Liberty Street. (Crighton)Petition of Alfred Scibelli, A.J. Auto Sales, for permission for digital signs and others at 232 Western Avenue. (Trahant)Petition of WilliamP. Booras, Osborne Pharmacy for sign permit at 59 Essex Street. (Cyr)Public Hearings to be Set Down:Petition of Veterans of Foreign Wars, Post 507, George Rivers, Post Commander, for permission to transfer locationof existing VFW post from original location at 90 High Rock Street to 19-21 Fayette Street, with All Alcohol Club License with hours from 12 Noon to 1:00 a.m., Sunday through Saturday. (Trahant)Petition of AT&T, Francis Keller, for permission to modify equipment and add three antennas four feet in height and 11.8” wide between the current antennas at 92 Curwin Circle. (Ford)Petition of AT&T, Francis Keller, for permission to modify equipment and increase antennas from 6 to 9 at 71 Linden Street. (Ford)Unfinished Business:City Council Meeting of September 27, 1020:Ordered that the burnt, dilapidated or dangerous building or other structure located at 394-396 Eastern Avenue be adjudged a nuisance to the neighborhood or dangerous and prescribe to its disposition, alteration, or regulation all as authorized by Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 139, Section 1.Adopt permanently:
An Ordinance Regulating Adult Entertainment in the City of Lynn.
An Ordinance Amending the City of Lynn Zone Ordinance and City of Lynn Zone Map (Waterfront)Public Property of September 27, 2010:Ordered that the owner, Arthur Costonis, Trustee, Tails Realty Trust, of the property at 9 Chancery Lane be allowed to redeem the property with the stipulation that all taxes, fines, and fees be paid immediately.Committee Reports:Interview Committee
License Committee
Public Property Committee
Finance CommitteeNew Business:


Received 10-8-2010

“NO MEETINGS SCHEDULED DURING THE WEEK OF
OCTOBER 11, 2010 – OCTOBER 16, 2010

Monday, October 11, 2010: City Hall Closed – Columbus Day”

Received 10-5-2010

Traffic Commission Agenda for 10-19-2010

 

 

Received 10-1-2010

NO MEETINGS SCHEDULED DURING THE WEEK OF

OCTOBER 4, 2010  -  OCTOBER 9, 2010


 

Received 9-24-10

MEETINGS SCHEDULED THE WEEK BEGINNING SEPTEMBER 26, 2010:

Tuesday, September 28, 2010:

Ways and Means Committee, 7:00 P.M., Room 402
Discussion re: Council Orders and Other Business.

License Committee, 7:15 P.M., Room 402
Discussion re: Minor Licenses, and Other Business.

Public Property Committee, 7:30 P.M., Room 402
Discussion re: Requests to redeem properties at
300 Lynn Shore Drive and 9 Chancery Lane, and
Other Business.

Finance Committee, 7:45 P.M., Room 408
Discussion re: Financial Transfers and Other Business.

CITY COUNCIL MEETING, 8:00 P.M., COUNCIL CHAMBERS

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City Council Agenda

Roll Call
Moment of Silence
Pledge of AllegianceAccept Minutes of September 7, 2010 and September 21, 2010.COMMUNICATIONS:Her Honor the Mayor:
Dear Councilors:
I am hereby appointing Laurence Donahue to Associate Commissioner at the Department of Public Works. Mr. Donahue’s term is effective immediately and will expire on September 24, 2013.
Sincerely, Judith Flanagan Kennedy, MayorHer Honor the Mayor:
Dear Councilors:
As of September 9, 2010, I designate Daniel Small, 103 Euclid Avenue, Lynn, MA to perform the duties of Tree Warden for the City of Lynn on a temporary basis until such time as a permanent appointment may be made pursuant to the terms of the Lynn City Charter and Massachusetts General Laws. I certify that said person is competent to perform the duties which will be required and that I make this designation solely in the interests of the City of Lynn.
Thank you for your attention to this matter.
Very truly yours, Judith Flanagan Kennedy, MayorRichard Fortucci, City Treasurer
Dear Councilors:
The City of Lynn has foreclosed on the following properties:
15-19 South Street, Unit 19-2 – owner: Julienne Muteba
Lot 010 Strawberry Avenue – owner: Peter Osazuwa
321 Essex Street – owner: Tina Siphan
15-17 Rockingham Street – owner: Ana Carrion
Please adjust your records accordingly.
Richard J. Fortucci, City TreasurerJames P. Lamanna, Law Department AttorneyPUBLIC HEARINGS:Public Hearing on Ordinance Regulating Adult Entertainment in the City of Lynn.Public Hearing on Ordinance Amending the Zone Ordinance and Zone Map of the City of Lynn (Waterfront)Public Hearing relative to a burnt, dilapidated or dangerous building or other structure located at 394-396 Eastern Avenue and after hearing, may make record an order adjudging it to be a nuisance to the neighborhood or dangerous and prescribing to its disposition, alteration, or regulation all as authorized by Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 139, Section 1.Public Hearing relative to a burnt, dilapidated or dangerous building or other structure located at 29 Grant Street and after hearing, may make record an order adjudging it to be a nuisance to the neighborhood or dangerous and prescribing to its disposition, alteration, or regulation all as authorized by Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 139, Section 1.Petition of RCM Food Service, Ruben Ramos, for permission for Food Service Establishment/Caterer business at 20 Wheeler Street. (Capano)Petition of Lightower Fiber Networks, Dean Foster, for permission to install approximately 348’ of single 4: Schedule 40 PVC, concrete encased communication and cable underground, running at a depth of 20” from Pole 60-1 Essex Street, west to Baldwin Street, south on Baldwin Street then turning north on the south side of the asphalt parking lot to intercept the existing hand hole located at 424 Essex Street and installation of a single 4” x 10’ galvanized steel riser on Pole 60-1 Essex Street. (Colucci)Petition of Joan Bonia, Bonia Motors, for change of location for 2nd Class Dealer’s License from 1069A Western Avenue to 1071 Western Avenue. (Capano)Petition of Zachary Andrews for permission for a Lesser Use – Apartment House in Light Industrial District at 70 Granite Street. (Crighton)PUBLIC HEARINGS TO BE SET DOWN FOR OCTOBER 19, 2010:Petition of The Dry Cleaner by Val, Val DePPerrio, for permission to install washers & dryers to clean, wash and fold (retail) at 170 Liberty Street. (Crighton)Petition of Osborne Pharmacy, William Booras, for permission for more than the number of signs allowed at 59 Essex Street. (Cyr)Petition of A. J. Auto Sales, Alfred Scibelli, for permission for a sign permit at232 Western Avenue. (Trahant)UNFINISHED BUSINESS:From the Finance Meeting of September 7, 2010:Ordered that the City Comptroller be and is hereby authorized to make the following appropriation transfers:From the Account of Incidental Expense:
To the Account of Unpaid Bills of Prior Years: $1,440.00From the Account of the City Clerk Expense:
To the Account of Unpaid Bills of Prior Years: $222.89From the Account of Collector’s Expense:
To the Account of Unpaid Bills of Prior Years: $125.00From the Account of Treasurer’s Expense
To the Account of Unpaid Bills of Prior Years: $1,700.00From the Account of Fire Department Expense:
To the Account of Unpaid Bills of Prior Years: $390.27COMMITTEE REPORTS:Ways and Means Committee
License Committee
Public Property Committee
Finance CommitteeNEW BUSINESS:

Received 9-23-10

Agenda and published notices for the Planning Board meeting on September 28, 2010 at 6:30pm.

Planning Board Agenda 9-28-2010

Planning Board Notices 9-28-2010

Agenda for the Licensing Commission meeting on September 28, 2010 at 6:30pm. Police Station Community Room.

RICHARD COPPINGER, CHAIRMAN
JOHN F. PACE
MICHAEL W. PHELPSCITY OF LYNN
OFFICE OF
LICENSE COMMISSIONERS
CITY HALLAGENDA
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 2010. CALL MEETING TO ORDER 6:30PM. ACCEPT THE MINUTES OF: August 24, 2010. ONE DAY LICENSE: St. Jeans Credit Union, at 250 Maple Street for Anniversary Celebration on September 29, 2010.. ONE DAY LICENSE: Arts After Hours at Lynn Museum, at 590 Washington Street on October 21, 2010 from 7:00PM to 10:30PM.. ONE DAY LICENSE: Lynn Museum and Historical Society Fundraiser, at 590 Washington Street on Saturday, October 2, 2010 from 7:00PM to 10:00PM.. ENTERTAINMENT LICENSE: Parthenon Civic Group, 36 Market Street.. COMMON VICTUALLER: El Sabroson at 141 Chatham Street.. NEW LICENSE: Monkster, Inc., James Gasbarro has applied for an All Alcohol License as a Common Victualler at 649 Lynnway.. TRANSFER: S. Casey Enterprises, DBA Buchanan Café at 648 Eastern Avenue has applied for a transfer of their All Alcohol License as a Common Victualler to Charles Sullivan, DBA Buchanan Café, Charles Sullivan, Manager.. CONFERENCE: Apollo Hotel at 126 Union Street for failure to renew Lodging House License.. CONFERENCE: 41 Light Street for failure to renew Lodging House License.. HEARING: Centro Liquors at 395 Essex Street, on questions of roll-back, suspension or revocation of their All Alcohol Beverages License as a Package Store for the following Police Reports, #10/38215 7/10/2010 @ 2318 General Incident Report, #10/38449 7/11/2010 @ 2300 Disorderly Conduct.. HEARING: Soriano’s at 48 Market Street, on questions of roll-back, suspension or revocation of their All Alcohol Beverages License as a Common Victualler for the following Police Reports, #10/42993 8/2/2010 @ 0111 General Incident Report, #10/44064 8/7/2010 @ 0045 Assault to Maim, #10/44064/2 8/7/2010 @ 0045 Assault to Maim.. COMMUNICATIONS:. POLICE REPORTS. NEW BUSINESS. OLD BUSINESS:. ADJOURNMENT