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Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Lynn, Massachusetts - City Council Agenda - August 10, 2010

Here is tonight's agenda. For those of you interested in learning more about the Waterfront plans, head on over to City Hall at 6:15 and listen in on what they are planning now that the power lines are almost gone.   Several appointments tonight by the Mayor to city boards. Great to see Magnolia Contreras' name on the list. She seems like the hardest working woman in Lynn. She's at everything and knows everyone. She has a real good heart and could do great things in bridging the cultural divide in this town.

Here's the agenda for this evening... No pitbulls, but a ton of stuff. Should be a decent length meeting tonight.



Meetings Prior to the City Council Session Include:

Public Property Committee, 6:00 P.M., Room 402 Discussion re: Request from IT Department to dispose of equipment; Request from ST. George’s Church to hang banners; and Other Business.

Waterfront Site Plan Review Committee, 6:15 P.M., Room 402 Discussion re: Review Plans/City Fitness, Inc; and Other Business.

Ordinance Committee, 6:30 P.M., Room 402
Discussion and/or to Set Down For Public Hearing: An Ordinance Amending the City of Lynn Zone Ordinance, and Other Business.

Public Safety, 7:00 P.M., Room 402
Discussion re: Constable Appointments, and Other Business.

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

Ways and Means Committee, 7:30 P.M., Room 402
Discussion re: Council Orders, 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



Roll Call
Moment of Silence
Pledge of Allegiance

Communications:

Communication from Her Honor the Mayor:
Dear Councillors: I am hereby reappointing Mr. Charles D. Ward to the Lynn Housing Authority Neighborhood Development Commission. Mr. Ward’s term is effective immediately and will expire on May 25, 2015. Sincerely, Judith Flanagan Kennedy, Mayor, City of Lynn.

Communication from Her Honor the Mayor:
Dear Councillors, I am hereby reappointing the following members to the Economic Development Industrial Corporation Board: Lisa Panakio-Rowe – Effective immediately and will expire on June 30, 2013 Tyrone Brown – Effective immediately and will expire on June 30, 2013 Theodore Smith – Effective immediately and will expire on June 30, 2013 Sincerely, Judith Flanagan Kennedy, Mayor, City of Lynn

Communication from Her Honor the Mayor:
Dear Councillors, I am hereby appointing Ms. Magnolia Contreras, 20 Shepard Street, to the Economic Development Industrial Corporation Board. Ms. Contreras’ term is effective immediately and will expire on June 30, 2013.

Communication from Her Honor the Mayor:
Dear Councillors: I am hereby appointing the following to the Lynn Zoning Board of Appeals:
Daniel E. Gisonno – His appointment is effective immediately and will expire on July 9, 2015.

Communication from Councilor-At-Large Paul T. Crowley

Public Hearings:

Petition of Wendy’s, Paul Kudarauskas, for permission for a sign permit at 116 Boston Street. (Crighton)

Petition of Apollo Restaurant, Dionisios Linardos, for permission to allow the sale of beer and wine for consumption on premises in accordance with Section 12 of the City of Lynn Zoning Ordinance at 21 Neptune Boulevard.
(Crighton)

Petition of Clear Wireless, LLC, Tower Resource Management, James George, for permission to install a wireless antenna and related equipment on the roof of a building at 145 Washington Street. (Crighton)

Petition of Clear Wireless, LLC, Tower Resource Management, James George, for permission to install a wireless antenna and related equipment on the roof of a building at 285 Lynn Shore Drive. (Colucci)

Petition of Ernie’s Harvest Time, Ernie Fratangelo, Jr., for permission for a sign permit at 65 Boston Street.

Petition of Turbine Wine Bar, Inc., Stephen Hanley, for permission to change to All Alcohol License at 56 Central Square, with hours of operation to be 5:00 p.m. to 1:00 a.m. Tuesday through Saturday. (Crighton)

Home Rule Petition – LeBlanc

Public Hearings to be Set Down:

Petition of Lewis Laundry, Henry Nguyen, for permission for a Laundromat service at 219B Lewis Street. (Cyr)

Petition of Higher Ground Sports & Fitness, Neil Liston, for permission for a Personal Training Center in a Light Industrial Zone at 161 Eastern Avenue.
(Cyr)

Petition of National Grid, Greg Spinale, for permission to install 5’ +/- of secondary conduit for new lighting at Memorial Park, Memorial Park Avenue.

Petition of National Grid, Paul McGrath, for permission to replace existing regulating fault @ 57-59 President Street, with new vault to be located on Lexington Street, approximately 60 ft. down from President Street.

Petition of National Grid, Paul McGrath, for permission to install 100’ of 2: plastic gas main in Curwin Terrace from Curwin Circle.


Unfinished Business:

From the July 13 Meeting:

Ordered that the burnt, dilapidated or dangerous building or other structure located at 38 Rockaway Street be demolished.

Ordered that the City Clerk be directed to cause notice to be advertised that meetings of the qualified voters of the City of Lynn will be held in the several polling places for the State Primary and the State Final Election.

Ordinance Amending the Ordinance Pertaining to Vicious Dogs and Animal Regulations in the City of Lynn

Committee Reports:

Public Property
Waterfront Zone Site Plan Review
Ordinance
Public Safety
License
Ways & Means
Finance

1 comment:

  1. I'll be there with the video camera as usual, but also to speak in favor of Turbine.

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