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Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Finance Committee to Meet



The Finance Committee will be meeting on Wednesday, September 18th at 7:00pm to discuss a 13-item agenda that includes the following:

· 195374: Recommend Requesting authorization to borrow $500,000 in a bond, and appropriate the same amount, for ADA Accessibility - Curb Ramps improvements.
· 195376: Recommend Requesting authorization to borrow $500,000 in a bond, and appropriate the same amount, for Tree Planting.
· 195379: Recommend Requesting approval to extend the Traffic and Parking Dept.'s Multi-Space Meter Contract until September 30, 2013.
· 195384: Recommend Requesting the acceptance of a grant of $2,007,703.31 From the US Department of Housing and Urban Development for the Housing Division's Lead Hazard Reduction Demonstration Grant.
· 195476: Recommend Requesting authorization to borrow $1,338,333 in a bond, and appropriate the same amount, for public street improvements.
· 195533: Recommend Requesting authorization to borrow $150,000 in a bond, and appropriate the same amount, to purchase a compacting garbage truck and snow plow
· 195534: Recommend Requesting the expenditure of $1,110.47 of FY14 appropriations to pay six outstanding FY13 invoices in the Police Department.
· 195535: Recommend Requesting approval to extend the Traffic and Parking Dept.'s Delinquent Collections Contract for one year.
· 195536: Recommend Requesting acceptance of a $23,562 grant from the Department of Justice, for the Police to purchase a Ford Transit Connect XLT Van.
· 195537: Recommend Requesting acceptance of a $22,030 grant from the MA Emergency Management Agency, for the Fire Dept. to enhance its disaster response.
· 195538: Recommend Requesting approval of a $19,175 grant from the MA Cultural Council for the Arts Council's ArtsUnion programming.
· 195539: Recommend Requesting approval of a $5,500 grant from the MA Cultural Council for the Arts Council's operations.
· 195554: Recommend Requesting approval to retain outside legal counsel to provide services regarding casino proposals before the MA Gaming Commission and surrounding community impacts.

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