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Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Committee on Public Health & Public Safety to Conduct Meeting at VNA

Chairman of the Committee on Public Health and Public Safety, Bill White, has scheduled the next meeting of the committee at the VNA located at 259 Lowell Street for Thursday November 3 with a 6pm start time.

The agenda does include some concerns regarding Albion Park that was submitted via a board order by Alderman O'Donovan.

Usually conducted in the second floor committee room of City Hall, the committee will be meeting in the third floor community room of the VNA to discuss the following agenda items:

· 190999: Discuss in Committee That this Board’s Committee on Public Health and Public Safety once again address the safety of the abandoned building at 82 Pearson Avenue, which remains in disrepair.

· 191733: Discuss in Committee That the Director of Communications update this Board regarding the July 7 phone outage that affected the Fire Dept. and explain what steps have been taken to ensure it will not happen again.

· 192035: Discuss in Committee That the City Solicitor and the Administration explore the legality and feasibility of banning HAZMAT trucks from driving through the City.

· 192046: Discuss in Committee That the Director of SPCD dispatch the Neighborhood Inspection Team to 113-115 Hillsdale Road to examine the property for code violations.

· 192047: Discuss in Committee That the Director of SPCD (ISD) inspect 100-102 West Adams Street for overcrowding.

· 192048: Discuss in Committee That the City Solicitor contact the owner of 100-102 West Adams Street regarding overcrowding.

· 192056: Discuss in Committee That the Commissioner of Public Works, or his representative, attend the next meeting of the Public Health and Safety Committee to discuss further measures to reduce the noise of the freezer fan at the Winter Hill Community School.

· 192058: Discuss in Committee That this Board requests that a representative from the Administration appear before the Public Health and Safety Committee to provide an update on the proposed Bicycle/Pedestrian Public Safety Campaign.

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