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Monday, November 8, 2010

Board of Alderman To Meet Tomorrow Night

The Board of Alderman will hold their regularly scheduled meeting tomorrow night in the Aldermanic Chambers of City Hall at 7pm. Please note that this meeting is open and all residents/concerned citizens are encouraged to attend. You can watch the meeting live on Channel 16 (Comcast) or Channel 13 (RCN). The meeting will also be streamed live on the internet.


  
Here are agenda items submitted by Alderman Sean O'Donovan and items of interest:

7. Resolution By Ald. O’Donovan, and the Entire Board
That this Board dedicates this meeting in memory of Robert A. “Bucky” McWatters, who passed away on November 1st.

8. Order By Ald. O’Donovan
That the Commissioner of Public Works take the appropriate measures to ensure that a street light is operational at the corner of Kidder and Josephine Avenues, forthwith.

9. Order By Ald. O’Donovan
That the Director of Traffic and Parking appear before this Board’s Committee on Traffic and Parking regarding vehicles exiting from Clyde Street onto Cedar Street.

10. Order By Ald. O’Donovan
That the Commissioner of Public Works appear before this Board’s Committee on Public Utilities and Public Works to discuss efforts to stop automobiles from turning around in the middle of Boston Avenue at Pritchard Avenue.

11. Order By Ald. O’Donovan
That the Commissioner of Public Works appear before this Board’s Committee on Public Utilities and Public Works regarding the lack of handicap ramps at the intersection of Highland Road and Kidder Avenue.

12. Order By Ald. O’Donovan
That the Commissioner of Public Works appear before this Board’s Committee on Public Utilities and Public Works regarding proper signage at the intersection of Hinckley Street and Broadway.

13. Order By Ald. O’Donovan
That the Commissioner of Public Works appear before this Board’s Committee on Public Utilities and Public Works regarding Parker Place and Conwell Street.

UNFINISHED BUSINESS


15. Mayor’s Request
Requesting the appointment of Thomas Pasquarello to the position of Chief of Police.

21. Mayor’s Request
Requesting approval to change the rate of pay for the position of Police Chief from $165,000 per year to $185,000 per year.

22. Mayor’s Request
Requesting the use of $9,264 in available funds in the Police Dept. Salaries Account to fund the increase in the rate of pay for the Police Chief position from December 1, 2010, to June 30, 2011.

28. Officer’s Communication
The Director of Personnel, Robert Collins, Matthew Buckley, and the Chief Fire Engineer responding to #190356, to explain why this Board was never informed of the directive that Sean O'Brien be placed #1 on the Certification from which the City appointed 9 Reserve Firefighters, with Mr. O'Brien and, if he wishes, his attorney, responding as well.

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