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The Regular Meeting of the 26th Board of Representatives of the City of Stamford will be held Tuesday, September 3, 2002 at 8:00 p.m. in the Legislative Chambers of the Board of Representatives in the Government Center, 888 Washington Boulevard, Stamford, Connecticut.

 

MINUTES

 

 

The meeting was called to order at 9:04 p.m.

 

 

INVOCATION:  Given by Rep. Scott Mirkin.

 

“Dear God, as we approach the first anniversary of September 11 we ask for your providence for those that lost loved ones on that tragic day and who may now still be struggling for answers.

 

Help them find comfort in knowing they are not alone, that their loss is a loss for every freedom loving person in this country and throughout the world. We give thanks for having dedicated brave men & women of the Police, Fire, and EMS departments who responded on that day, as they do everyday, without concern for their personal safety.

 

And tonight as we discuss and debate the issues and challenges of our City, let us always be respectful of our colleagues opinions and remember that although their opinions may be different than ours, they are based on what they believe is best for residents of our city.

 

May God Bless the City of Stamford and may God Bless America.

 

Amen”

 


PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO THE FLAG: 
Led by President David R. Martin.

 

 

ROLL CALL:  Led by Clerk of the Board Annie M. Summerville.  There were 32 members present and 8 absent at the time of roll call.  See Attached Attendance Record.  Reps. Zelinsky and Esposito arrived after roll call.

 

 

MOMENTS OF SILENCE:  For the late:

 

Thelma Mitchell by the 26th Board of Representatives; Helen C. Matthews, Helen O.DeRubis and Elena Penalver by Rep. Giordano; George Anthony Calyanis, by Rep. Mirkin; Dorothy McIvor Jackson, by Reps. Summerville and Zelinsky and the Republican Caucus; Irene M. D’Andrea by Reps. Giordano and Zelinsky; Anne Panulas, Linda Panoulas and Kenneth L. Lord by Rep. Zelinsky; John Keenan, by the Republican Caucus; Catherine E. McPhee, William A. DeVincent and Margaret L. Cipolla by Rep. Loglisci; and Linda Beson by the Republican Caucus and John Zelinsky.

 

 

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STANDING COMMITTEES

STEERING COMMITTEE:   Meeting:  Monday, August 12, 2002

(Report)                                      7:00 p.m. – Democratic Caucus Room

 

Majority Leader Boccuzzi moved to waive the Steering Committee Report, said motion was seconded and approved by unanimous voice vote.

 

Rep. DeLuca moved to take an item out of order; said motion was seconded and approved by unanimous voice vote.

 

1.  P26.024

APPROVAL; of increases for CERF Fund retirees.

07/12/02 – Submitted by Dannel P. Malloy

08/08/02 – Approved by Board of Finance

08/28/02 – Committee approved 9-0-1

APPROVED

ON CONSENT

AGENDA

 

 

Co-Chair Spandow reported that the Personnel Committee took this item up at its monthly meeting.  Mr. Stover gave an overview of the item; any CERF retiree who has retired under the 1998 retirement incentive plan or within the past five years are not eligible for this increase.  Co-Chair Spandow moved the item; said motion was seconded.

 

Item No. P26.024, was approved by unanimous voice vote.

 

 

 

APPOINTMENTS COMMITTEE:  Paul A. Esposito, Chair

(Attendance)                                       Annie M. Summerville, Vice Chair

(Votes)                                                 Meeting:  Tuesday, August 27, 2002

                                                7:00 p.m. – Democratic Caucus Room

 

Vice Chair Summerville gave the Appointments Committee Report in Chair Esposito’s absence.  Vice Chair Summerville reported that the Appointments Committee met on Tuesday, August 27, 2002.  Present were Committee Member Reps. Summerville, Esposito, DePina, Morrow, Blackwell, Boccuzzi, Clear, Fahan, Kernan and Mirkin. 

 

1.  A26.058

Sewer/Water Commission

James D. Diamond, Esq. (D)    Repl. Paseltiner

220 Fifth Street                        (Term Exp. 12/01/01)

Stamford, CT  06905

Term Expires:  12/01/04

07/01/02 – Submitted by Mayor Dannel P. Malloy

08/27/02 – Committee approved 9-0-0

APPROVED

ON CONSENT

AGENDA

 

 

 

FISCAL COMMITTEE:       Randall Skigen, Chair

(Attendance)                           Bobby E. Owens, Vice Chair

(Votes)                                     Meeting:  Monday, August 26, 2002

                                                7:00 p.m. – Democratic Caucus Room

 

Chair Skigen reported that the Fiscal Committee met on Monday, August 26, 2002.  All members of the Committee were present.  Also present were Rep. Mirkin; Director of Administration Hamilton; Oswald Lewis and Jim Hricay of OPM; Director of Human Resources Bill Stover; Assistant Director of Human Resources, Fred Manfredonia; Beth McNeil of HealthNet and Karen Camarotta of the Grants Office.

 

1. F26.076

$54,735.00

ADDITIONAL APPROPRIATION (Capital Budget); Public Services - Highways; Parking Meters; to purchase and install new meters with life cycle of 20 years.

03/28/02 – Submitted by Mayor Dannel P. Malloy

04/11/02 – Approved by Board of Finance

05/06/02 – Approved 7-0-2 ($193,275)

05/28/02 – Committee approved 9-0-1

06/03/02 – Returned to Committee

06/24/02 – Committee voted to Hold 10-0-0

07/01/02 – Held in Committee

07/29/02 – Held in Committee 7-0-0

08/26/02 – Held in Committee 9-0-0

 

HELD IN

COMMITTEE

Secondary Committee:  Transportation                                

 

 

2.  F26.106

 

FUNDING RESOLUTION (formerly Exhibit A); amending Resolution No. 2735 to increase the appropriation by $54,735.00.

04/22/02 – Submitted by Mayor Dannel P. Malloy

05/28/02 – Committee approved 9-0-1

06/03/02 – Returned to Committee

06/24/02 – Committee voted to Hold 10-0-0

07/01/02 – Held in Committee

07/29/02 – Held in Committee 7-0-0

08/26/02 – Held in Committee 9-0-0

 

 

HELD IN

COMMITTEE

3. F26.123

REVIEW; of recently completed overtime audit.

07/25/02 – Submitted by Reps. Boccuzzi, DeLuca, Fedeli, Loglisci, Martin, Mirkin, Sherer, Skigen and Summerville

08/26/02 – Report Made

 

REPORT

MADE

Chair Skigen stated a discussion was held on Item No. 3.  Mr. Hamilton gave an overview and questions were posed regarding the scope of the audit as well as on actions taken to address the problems found in the audit.  Mr. Hamilton noted he was still waiting for a response from the Police Department, and the Committee will consider revisiting the audit upon receipt of that response.  Chair Skigen stated that Mr. Loglisci noted it was a well done, professional audit.

 

 

4.  F26.126
(too large for
website)

APPROVAL; of contract between the City of Stamford and HealthNet for administration of employee health insurance; amount of contract:  $1,071,200.

08/05/02 - Submitted by Mayor Dannel P. Malloy

08/08/02 – Approved by Board of Finance

08/26/02 – Committee approved 10-0-1

 

APPROVED

ON CONSENT

AGENDA

Chair Skigen stated that the Committee asked for a clarification of Section 11.10, and everyone should have that attached to the Fiscal minutes.  The Committee approved the contract 10-0-1.

 

 

5.  F26.124

RESOLUTION; authorizing the Mayor to enter into agreement with the State of Connecticut for a grant to plant replacement trees lost due to disease, storms and the environment; amount of grant:  $3,000.

08/05/02 – Submitted by Mayor Dannel P. Malloy

08/26/02 –Committee approved 8-0-0

 

 

APPROVED

ON CONSENT

AGENDA

6.  F26.125

RESOLUTION; authorizing the Mayor to submit application and to enter into agreement with the State of Connecticut Department of Economic Development for a Forest Street Intersection Improvements Project; amount of grant:  $170,000.

08/05/02 – Submitted by Mayor Dannel P. Malloy

08/26/02 –Committee approved 8-0-0

 

APPROVED

ON CONSENT

AGENDA

Secondary Committee:  Transportation                                             Approved 5-0

 

Upon motion duly made and seconded, the Consent Agenda, consisting of Item Nos. 4 through 6, was approved by unanimous voice vote.

 

Clerk of the Board Summerville reported that Reps. Esposito and Zelinsky joined the meeting at this time.

 

 

 

LEGISLATIVE & RULES COMMITTEE:    Maria C. Nakian, Chair

(Attendance)                                                      Jim Shapiro, Vice Chair

(Votes)                                                                Meeting:  Monday, August 19, 2002

(Report)                                                              7:00 p.m. – Democratic Caucus Room

 

Chair Nakian reported that the Legislative & Rules Committee met on Monday, August 19, 2002.  Present were Committee Member Reps. Nakian, Esposito, Fahan, Spandow, Zelinsky, Benyus, DeLeo and Greenberg present; Rep. Shapiro excused.  Also present was Thomas Cassone, Acting Corporation Counsel.

 

1.  LR26.017

PROPOSED ORDINANCE; for final adoption & public hearing; to provide for a tax abatement owned by the Bridgeport Community Health Centers for property located at 805 Atlantic Street.

06/21/02 – Submitted by Stamford Community Health Center.

08/19/02 – Committee approved 8-0-0

 

 

APPROVED

ON CONSENT

AGENDA

2.  LR26.018

RESOLUTION; approving a lease of property at 80 Magee Avenue with Connecticut Quality Transmission; term of lease:  5 years; amount of lease:  $250/month.

07/16/02 – Submitted by Mayor Dannel P. Malloy

07/23/02 – Approved by Planning Board

08/08/02 – Approved by Board of Finance

08/19/02 – Held in Committee 8-0-0

 

APPROVED BY

UNANIMOUS

VOICE VOTE

 

Chair Nakian reported that the Committee had question regarding subletting of some of the space and whether this was covered under the new lease.  This led to the question of who in the City was monitoring leases, and particularly, monitoring them for insurance.  Mr. Cassone got back to the Committee with the information.  The Committee had voted to hold another meeting tonight, but time constraints precluded that from happening.

 

Chair Boccuzzi moved to take Item No. LR26.018 out of Committee; said motion was seconded and approved by unanimous voice vote.

 

Chair Nakian stated that the current lease has expired, and it is in the City’s interest to act on the new lease as soon as possible because there is a rent increase and a clause that prevents subleasing without written approval by the City.  If the sublessee is paying more than the lessee is paying to the City, the extra money will be split evenly between the City and the lessee.

 

Chair Nakian stated that a memorandum regarding lease monitoring and insurance compliance is on everyone’s desk this evening.

 

Chair Nakian moved the resolution approving the lease; said motion was seconded.

 

Rep. Day asked how the City would ever find out about increased payments by sublessors.  Chair Nakian stated that any subleasing has to initially be approved by the City.  They also have to submit a copy of the subleasing agreement to the City.

 

The item was approved by unanimous voice vote.

 

 

3.  LR26.019

 

REVIEW; of providing additional property tax relief for veterans as a result of recent state legislation

07/16/02 – Submitted by Reps. DeLuca and Zelinsky

08/19/02 – Held in Committee 8-0-0

HELD IN

COMMITTEE

 

Upon motion duly made and seconded, the Consent Agenda, consisting of Item No. 1, was approved by unanimous voice vote.

 

  

 

PERSONNEL COMMITTEE:   Sanchia Spandow, Co-Chair

(Attendance)                                 Mary Lisa Fedeli, Co-Chair

(Votes)                                           Meeting:  Wednesday, August 28, 2002

                                                      7:00 p.m. – Democratic Caucus Room

 

Co-Chair Spandow reported that the Personnel Committee met on Wednesday, August 28, 2002.  Present were Committee Member Reps. Spandow, Fedeli, Skigen, Boccuzzi, Browne, Cannady, Figueroa, Loglisci, McCullen and DeLeo.  Also present was William Stover, Director of Human Resources; Lewis Cassolo, Assistant City Engineer; Gail Okum of the Board of Education; John Chardavoynne, Assistant Superintendent and 11 members of the CERF retirees.

 

(Note:  Item No. 1 was taken out of order.)

 

2.  P26.025

REVIEW; of status of contract negotiations.

07/31/02 – Submitted by Rep. Fedeli

08/28/02 – Report Made

 

REPORT

MADE

Co-Chair Spandow stated that this item was taken up in executive session, and the Board will not be presented with contracts in the near future.

 

 

3.  P26.026

APPROVALREJECTION; of tentative agreement between the Board of Education and the Stamford Educational Assistants Association.

07/31/02 – Submitted by William Stover

07/29/02 – Positive Advisory issued by Board of Finance

08/28/02 – Committee defeated REJECTION 0-10-0

DEFEATED

BY MACHINE VOTE (0-30-3)

 

President Martin stated that Item No. 3 would be a vote to reject the contract; Co-Chair Spandow moved the item; said motion was seconded and rejected by a machine vote of 0-30-3 (Reps. Clear, Giordano and White abstaining).  (See Vote Record RCS#306.)  Note:  after the vote was taken, Mr. DeLeo indicated he had wanted to abstain on this vote.

 

 

4.  P26.027

APPROVALREJECTION; of tentative agreement between the Board of Education and the Stamford Board of Education Employees Association (Custodians/Maintenance).

07/31/02 – Submitted by William Stover

07/29/02 – Positive Advisory issued by Board of Finance

08/28/02 – Committee defeated REJECTION 0-8-1

DEFEATED

BY MACHINE VOTE (0-31-3)

 

President Martin stated that Item No. 4 would be a vote to reject the contract; Co-Chair Spandow moved the item; said motion was seconded and rejected by a machine vote of 0-31-3 (Reps. Clear, Giordano and White abstaining).  (See Vote Record RCS#307.)  Note:  after the vote was taken, Mr. DeLeo indicated he had wanted to abstain on this vote.

 

 

5.  P26.028

APPROVAL; of a contract for employment with Laura M. LaBosky for the position of Project Coordinator – Stamford Urban Transitway.

08/11/02 – Submitted by Bill Stover

08/28/02 – Committee approved 10-0-0

APPROVED

ON CONSENT

AGENDA

 

Upon motion duly made and seconded, the Consent Agenda, consisting of Item No. 5, was approved by unanimous voice vote.

 

 

 

LAND USE/URBAN REDEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE:

                                                                        Patrick J. White, Co-Chair

                                                                        Harry Day, Co-Chair

 

(At this point forward, Rep. Lyons voted from Rep. Owens seat.)

 

OPERATIONS COMMITTEE:       Bobby E. Owens, Chair

(Attendance)                                       Anthony Imbrogno, Vice Chair

(Report)                                               Meeting:  Wednesday, August 21, 2002

                                                7:00 p.m. – Democratic Caucus Room

 

Vice Chair Imbrogno stated that the Operations Committee met on Wednesday, August 21, 2002.  Present were Committee Member Reps. Owens, Imbrogno, O’Neill, Biancardi, McDermott, Sherer and Zelinsky.

 

1.  O26.020

 

REVIEW; of State work on Bridge Street and  Washington Boulevard to include: overgrown weeds on sidewalk, damaged sidewalk, debris and dumpsters behind Pier 1 and other stores, condition of gas station on corner of Summer and 7th Streets.

07/27/02 – Submitted by Reps. DeLuca and Loglisci

08/21/02 – Report Made

REPORT

MADE

 

Vice Chair Imbrogno stated that a report has been provided to each member.

 

 

 

PUBLIC SAFETY & HEALTH COMMITTEE:     Richard Lyons II, Chair

(Report)                                                           Meeting:  Thursday, August 29, 2002

                                                                        7:30 p.m. – Republican Caucus Room

 

Chair Lyons reported that the Public Safety & Health Committee met on Thursday, August 29, 2002.  Present were Committee Member Reps. Lyons, Kernan, Blackwell, Mirkin, DeLuca, Coppola,  Clear and Zelinsky.  Excused were Reps. Biancardi, DeLeo and DePina. 

 

1.  PS26.003

 

PROPOSED ORDINANCE; for final adoption; proposed fee increases for false alarm fines and establishing new fees for alarm registration and late payment penalties.

01/10/02 – Submitted by Mayor Dannel P. Malloy

04/01/02 – Approved for publication

05/06/02 – Held in Committee

05/30/02 – Held in Committee

06/03/02 – Held in Committee

06/27/02 – Committee approved 6-0 (as amended)

07/01/02 – Approved as amended

08/05/02 – Held in Committee

08/29/02 – Report Made

APPROVED FOR REPUB-LICATION BY UNANIMOUS VOICE VOTE (Reps. Figuero, O’Neill and Giordano abstain)

 

 

Chair Lyons reported that a public hearing was held on Item No. 1, and one member of the public appeared to speak.  The Committee amended the proposed ordinance by a vote of 8-0-0. 

 

These amendments are:  Paragraph 2 – “Additionally, if the activation of the alarm is determined to be an unintentional or false alarm the alarm user will be fined $90.00 for triggering a False Alarm.”  A new Paragraph 2(A):  “An “unintentional or false alarm” is any activation of an alarm device or a call from an alarm company system to which a Fire and Rescue Department or the Police Department responds and which is not occasioned nor caused by a criminal act, a fire or a medical emergency.  The determination as to causation of an alarm shall be made by the public safety official on the scene.”

 

Paragraph 3 is now headed by:  (B) Exceptions:  Alarm activations caused by power failures and water surges shall not be deemed “unintentional or false alarms.”  Chair Chair Lyons moved the amendments; said motion was seconded and approved by voice vote (Reps. Figueroa, O’Neill and Giordano abstaining).

 

Chair Lyons moved a second amendment:  adding a new paragraph 4:  “If the fine for an unintentional or false alarm is not paid within sixty days of the date of notification by the Alarms Administrator, a late penalty of 25 percent of the fine amount shall be assessed for non-payment of said fine.”  Said motion was seconded and approved by unanimous voice vote (Reps. Giordano, O’Neill, Figueroa and Skigen abstaining).

 

Chair Lyons moved a third amendment:  the elimination of the fourth “whereas.”  Said motion was seconded.

 

Rep. Skigen stated that he is uncertain whether a 25 percent penalty is allowable under Connecticut law.  He added that we can publish it with the 25 percent, but the matter should be reviewed prior to final adoption.  The amendment was approved by unanimous voice vote (Rep. Giordano abstaining).

 

Chair Lyons moved the ordinance, as amended, for republication.  Said motion was seconded.

 

Rep. Zelinsky asked how the City would notify homeowners and businesses that they would have to register.

 

Chair Lyons stated that in one of the meetings, a variety of measures had been proposed to notify the public.  Inserts in the tax bills, notification at the time a beach sticker is applied for or dog license renewals were required were all discussed.  Chair Lyons stated that the roll-out would be 90 to 120 days.  and approved by unanimous voice vote (Reps. Figueroa, O’Neill and Giordano abstaining).

 

 

 

 

PARKS & RECREATION

COMMITTEE:                                  Donald B. Sherer, Co-Chair

(Attendance)                                       Linda Cannady, Co-Chair

(Votes)                                                 Meeting:  Tuesday, August 27, 2002

                                                            7:30 p.m. – Republican Caucus Room

 

Co-Chair Sherer reported that the Parks & Recreation Committee met on Tuesday, August 27, 2002.  Present were Committee Member Reps. Sherer, Cannady, McCullen, Fedeli, McDermott, Lyons, Imbrogno, Clear and Giordano.  Also present were members of the Parks & Recreation Commission; and Frank Fedeli, Mickey Docimo and Dan Colleluori of the Operations Department.

 

1. PR26.030

RESOLUTION; for publication; approving parks opening and closing hours.

07/19/02 – Submitted by Mayor Dannel P. Malloy

03/26/02 - Approved by Parks & Rec Commission

08/27/02 – Held in Committee 5-4-0

 

 

HELD IN

COMMITTEE

2.  PR26.031

RESOLUTION; for publication; approving policies regarding Ballfield Sound Amplification Systems.

07/19/02 – Submitted by Mayor Dannel P. Malloy

03/26/02 - Approved by Parks & Rec Commission

08/27/01 – Held in Committee 9-0-0

 

HELD IN

COMMITTEE

Rep. Zelinsky asked if a public hearing could be held on Item No. PR26.031.  Co-Chair. Sherer stated that the public hearing was held at the Parks & Recreation Commission level.  They actually set the policy, and we approve or reject it.  Co-Chair Sherer stated that until recently we never held public hearings; in the last couple of years we have held public hearings on fees.  Co-Chair Sherer stated he felt it was not necessary.

 

Co-Chair Sherer stated that the resolutions do not need to be published prior to adoption by the Board. 

 

Rep. Lyons stated that this is not an ordinance, but a policy of the Parks & Recreation Commission.  He added that this item falls under the purview of the Commission, unless we adopt or enact it as an ordinance.  Rep. Lyons stated that someone from the Commission should meet with Legal Affairs or the Board of Representatives to determine what items are policy changes, that the Board doesn’t need to act upon vs. items that are adopted that require board approval.

 

Clerk of the Board Summerville stated that it is incumbent on the Committee Chair to scrutinize items presented to the Committee at Steering.  She added that the resolutions are published after they are approved by the full Board, as required by ordinance, and that is why it is referred to in the description.

 

Rep. Zelinsky stated that he is unaware of the types of communications the Parks & Recreation Commission used to announce its public hearing, and he is not aware of any public hearing that was held.  Rep. Zelinsky stated that he is uncertain members of the public knew of the public hearing and in that this item has generated a great deal of discussion and apprehension on the part of the public, he believes it would only be fair to the public to allow them to come too a meeting to voice their concerns.  He stated that just because it has not been done in the past does not mean it cannot be done in the future.

 

President Martin stated that the item was held.

 

 

3.  PR26.032

RESOLUTION; for publication; approving policy of pro-rating of marina fees.

07/19/02 – Submitted by Mayor Dannel P. Malloy

03/26/02 - Approved by Parks & Rec Commission

08/27/01 – Committee approved 9-0-0, as amended

APPROVED BY

MACHINE VOTE (29-2-0) (as amended) (Lyons voting yes)

 

Co-Chair Sherer reported that Item No. PR26.032 was approved by the Committee.  The Committee changed the Commission’s proposal to reflect one-half the regular fee.  Co-Chair Sherer stated that the Commission had approved one-half of the regular fee, although the material submitted to the Board stated they approved a $200 fee.

 

Rep. Lyons moved to hold Item No. PR26.032; said motion was seconded.

 

Co-Chair Sherer stated that because the season is soon coming to an end, this item is time-sensitive.  He added that the Committee voted for one-half.  The Committee changes fees all the time.  The motion to hold failed by a machine vote of 4-26-0.  See Vote Record #RCS308.

 

The main motion, as amended, was approved by a machine vote of 29-2-0.  See Vote Record #RCS309.

 

  

4.  PR26.033

RESOLUTION; for publication; approving Tournament Fee Policy for use of city park fields only.

07/19/02 – Submitted by Mayor Dannel P. Malloy

04/30/02- Approved by Parks & Rec Commission

08/27/01 – Committee Held 9-0-0

HELD IN
COMMITTEE

 

 Co-Chair Sherer reported that Item No. PR26.033 was held in Committee.

 

 

 

EDUCATION COMMITTEE:       Thomas Hunter, Co-Chair

                                                           Brian O’Neill, Co-Chair

 

 

STATE AND COMMERCE COMMITTEE:      Jim Shapiro, Chair

                                                                           John Morrow, Vice Chair

 

 

HOUSING/COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT/  

SOCIAL SERVICES COMMITTEE:         Elaine Mitchell, Chair

 

Clerk of the Board Summerville reported that Ms. Mitchell will give a report on her items next month.

 

1.  HCD26.06

REVIEW; of affordable housing availability in Stamford and home buying opportunities for low income households.

05/08/02 – Submitted by Tim Beeble

05/21/02 – Held in Committee

06/03/02 – Held in Committee

06/18/02 – Held in Committee 4-0-0

07/01/02 – No Report

 

 

NO

REPORT

2.  HCD26.08

PROJECT; establishing a public information, educational and discussion seminar/workshop on the Hope VI Program.

05/28/02 – Submitted by Rep. Mitchell

06/18/02 – Report Made

07/01/02 – No Report

NO

REPORT

 

 

 

TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE:  Robert “Gabe” DeLuca, Chair

(Attendance)                                             John R. Zelinsky, Jr., Vice Chair

(Votes)                                                       Meeting:  Thursday, August 22, 2002

(Report)                                                     7:00 p.m. – Republican Caucus Room

 

Chair DeLuca reported that the Transportation Committee met on Thursday, August 22, 2002.  Present were Committee Member Reps. DeLuca, Mirkin, Kernan, Blackwell and Giordano. 

 

1.  T26.013

REVIEW; of Section 231-6 of the Code of Ordinance, entitled Prohibited Stopping, Standing or Parking.

07/25/02 – Submitted by Rep. Zelinsky

08/22/02 – Held in Committee

HELD IN

COMMITTEE

 

Chair DeLuca reported that the item was held.

 

 

SPECIAL COMMITTEES

 

CHARTER COMMITTEE:      Maria Nakian, Co-Chair

                                                     Robert “Gabe” DeLuca, Co-Chair

 

 Co-Chair DeLuca reported that the Charter Committee did not meet.

 

 

SCHOOL BUDGET COMMITTEE:           Randy Skigen, Chair

 

Chair Skigen reported that the School Budget Committee will meet on Monday, September 16, 2002.

 

 

RESOLUTIONS       

 

1. 

SENSE OF THE BOARD RESOLUTION commemorating October 2002 as Polish Heritage Month.

09/03/02 – Submitted by Rep. Zelinsky

APPROVED BY

UNANIMOUS VOICE VOTE

 

 

MINUTES

 

1. 

August 5, 2002 Regular Board Meeting

 

APPROVED BY

UNANIMOUS VOICE VOTE

 

 

COMMUNICATIONS

 

 

 

OLD BUSINESS

 

 

 

NEW BUSINESS

 

 


ADJOURNMENT
 

 

Upon motion duly made and seconded and approved by unanimous voice vote, the meeting was adjourned at 10:22 p.m.