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Tuesday, September 28, 2010

City Council Agenda for September 28th - Waterfront and Adult Entertainment on the Agenda

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
            City Council Agenda



Roll Call
Moment of Silence
Pledge of Allegiance

Accept 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, Mayor

Her 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, Mayor

Richard 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 Treasurer

James P. Lamanna, Law Department Attorney

PUBLIC 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:        $1,440.00

    From the Account of the City Clerk Expense:
    To the Account of Unpaid Bills of Prior Years:        $222.89

    From the Account of Collector’s Expense:
    To the Account of Unpaid Bills of Prior Years:        $125.00

    From the Account of Treasurer’s Expense
    To the Account of Unpaid Bills of Prior Years:        $1,700.00

    From the Account of Fire Department Expense:
    To the Account of Unpaid Bills of Prior Years:        $390.27


COMMITTEE REPORTS:

Ways and Means Committee
License Committee
Public Property Committee
Finance Committee

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