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Tagged Passions:disability, telecommunications, and business

City Council Reports Docket

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March 21: Real Property Reuse Monday, March 20, 2017 March 22: Programs Services; Public Facilities Continued March 27: Zoning Planning Page 369

March 28: Land Use 7:15 PM, Newton City Hall To be reported on Monday, April 3, 2017
Tagged Passions:program, planning, services, property, and zoning

City of Newton In City Council Items to be Acted Upon

Tagged Passions:council

Unfinished Council Business

Tagged Passions:council and business

Referred to Programs Services, Public Facilities and Finance Committees

Tagged Passions:program, services, and finance

175-16 Authorization to enter into a settlement agreement with National Grid. HIS HONOR THE MAYOR requesting authorization for the City to enter into

a settlement agreement with Boston Gas Company d/b/a National Grid. [04/25/16 @ 6:52 PM]
Tagged Passions:settlement and electric

Referred to Land Use Committee

Tuesday, March 28, 2017 Present: Councilors Laredo (Chair), Schwartz, Crossley, Lipof, Harney, Cote, Auchincloss; absent: Councilor Lennon; also

present: Councilor Albright

180-16 (2) MARK NEWTONVILLE, LLC petition for a change of zone to Mixed Use 4 for land located

at 22 Washington Terrace, 16-18 Washington Terrace, 10-12 Washington Terrace, 6-8 Washington Terrace, 875 Washington Street, 869 Washington Street,

867 Washington Street, 861-865 Washington Street, 857-859 Washington Street, 845-855 Washington Street, 245-261 Walnut Street (a/k/a 835-843 Washington Street), 241 Walnut Street, 22 Bailey Place, 14-18 Bailey Place, and an unnumbered lot on Bailey Place, also identified as Section 21, Block 29, Lots 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 19A, 20, 21, 22, and 23, Ward 2, currently zoned Business 1, Business 2, and Public Use, further described as follows: Beginning at a point on the northerly line of Washington Street, running thence; Along the northerly line of Washington Street, south 89 degrees - 04 minutes - 40 seconds west, a distance of 433.14 feet to a point; thence
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Reports Docket, April 3, 2017 Continued Page 370

Along the easterly line of Washington Terrace north 02 degrees - 03 minutes - 34 seconds west, a distance of 278.34 feet to a point, thence, the

following four (4) courses along the existing zone lines of MR-1 and MR-3:

North 86 degrees - 11 minutes - 41 seconds west, a distance of 15.07 feet to a point; thence North 01 degrees - 52 minutes - 35 seconds west, a

distance of 3.01 feet to a point; thence South 86 degrees - 11 minutes - 41 seconds east, a distance of 85.43 feet to a point; thence North 88 degrees - 31 minutes - 34 seconds east, a distance of 370.56 feet to a point on the westerly line of Walnut Street; thence
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Along the westerly line of Walnut Street, south 04 degrees - 12 minutes - 48 seconds east, a distance of 261.82 feet to a point of curvature; thence

Along a curve to the right having a radius of 17.00 feet, a central angle of 93 degrees - 17 minutes - 28 seconds, an arc length of 27.68 feet, a chord bearing of south 42 degrees - 25 minutes - 56 seconds west, a chord length of 24.72 feet to the point and place of beginning. Containing 123,765 square feet, or 2.84 acres, more or less. Public Hearing Closed; Land Use Approved Withdrawal Without Prejudice 6-0 (Lipof not Voting)
Tagged Passions:voting, hearing, and streets

179-16 MARK NEWTONVILLE, LLC petition for SPECIAL PERMIT/SITE PLAN APPROVAL to

construct a mixed use development in excess of 20,000 square feet consisting of three interconnected buildings with building heights not exceeding 60

feet and five stories, total gross floor area not exceeding 235,000 square feet incorporating not more than 163 residential units, not exceeding 45,000 square feet of commercial space, not exceeding 2,500 square feet of community space, not less than 350 onsite parking stalls outside at grade or within a below-grade garage, and related site improvements; to authorize uses including retail of more than 5,000 square feet, personal service of more than 5,000 square feet, restaurants over 50 seats, standalone ATMs, health club establishments at or above ground floor, animal service, and street level office; to allow FAR of not more than 1.90, lot area per dwelling unit of approximately 775 square feet, reduction of the overall non-residential parking requirement by 1/3, 1.25 parking stalls per residential unit, and free standing signs; to grant waivers of not more than 97 parking stalls and of the height setback and facade transparency and entrance requirements; to grant waivers of certain parking facility design standards including dimensional requirements for parking stalls, parking stall setback requirements, entrance and exit driveways, interior landscaping, interior planting area, tree plantings, bumper overhang, lighting of one foot candle, curbing and surfacing, wheel stops, guard rails, bollards, and maneuvering space for end stalls; and to grant waivers as to number,
Tagged Passions:trees, plant, restaurants, health, grant, facility, streets, transportation, commercial, Development, and parking

Reports Docket, April 3, 2017 Continued Page 371

size, location, and height of signs and number of required loading bays, at 22 Washington Terrace, 16-18 Washington Terrace, 10-12 Washington

Terrace, 6-8 Washington Terrace, 875 Washington Street, 869 Washington Street, 867 Washington Street, 861-865 Washington Street, 857-859 Washington Street, 845-855 Washington Street, 245-261 Walnut Street (a/k/a 835-843 Washington Street), 241 Walnut Street, 22 Bailey Place, 14-18 Bailey Place, and an unnumbered lot on Bailey Place, also identified as Section 21, Block 29, Lots 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 19A, 20, 21, 22, and 23, containing approximately 2.84 acres of land in a proposed Mixed Use 4 District. Ref.: Sections 4.2.2.A.2; 4.2.2.B.1; 4.2.3; 4.2.5.A.2; 4.2.5.A.3; 4.2.5.A.4; 4.2.5.A.4.c; 4.2.5.A.6; 4.2.5.A.6a; 4.2.5.A.6.b; 4.4.1; 5.1.4.A; 5.1.4.C; 5.1.8.A; 5.1.8.A.2; 5.1.8.B; 5.1.8.B.1; 5.1.8.B.2; 5.1.8.B.6; 5.1.9.B; 5.1.9.B.1; 5.1.9.B2; 5.1.9.B.3; 5.1.9.B.4; 5.1.10; 5.1.10.A.1; 5.1.10.B.3; 5.1.10.B.5; 5.1.12; 5.1.13; 5.2.13; 5.2.13.A; 7.3; and 7.4 of Chapter 30 of the City of Newton Revised Zoning Ordinances, 2015. Public Hearing Opened on June 7, 2016 and continued to July 12, September 13, October 6, 2016, November 1, 2016, November 29, December 15, 2016, January 12, 2017, January 31, 2017 and February 7, 2017. Public Hearing Closed; Land Use Approved Withdrawal Without Prejudice 6-0 (Lipof not Voting)
Tagged Passions:voting, hearing, ordinance, and zoning

37-17 Special Permit to extend nonconforming FAR front setback at 8 Hazelwood Ave JOEL AND MARGHERTIA ROBBINS petition for SPECIAL PERMIT/SITE PLAN

APPROVAL to construct a two-story rear addition and deck in front of the house, further extending the nonconforming front setback and nonconforming FAR to .62 where .50 is allowed and .55 exists at 8 Hazelwood Avenue, Ward 3, West Newton, on land known as SBL 44003 0030, containing approximately 4,750 sq. ft. of land in a district zoned SINGLE RESIDENCE 3. Ref: 7.3.3, 7.4, 3.1.9, 7.8.2.C.2, 3.1.4 of Chapter 30 of the City of Newton Rev Zoning Ord, 2015.
Tagged Passions:zoning

Public Hearing Closed; Land Use Approved 6-0-1 (Schwartz abstaining)

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38-17 Special Permit to exceed FAR at 1016 Centre Street

Tagged Passions:streets

CLAUDINE GROSSMAN petition for SPECIAL PERMIT/SITE PLAN APPROVAL to demolish an existing garage, structure and deck and to construct an attached

two-car garage and indoor sport court, exceeding the maximum allowable FAR to .38 where .33 is allowed and .31 exists at 1016 Centre Street, Ward 7, Newton Centre, on land known as SBL 73049 0010, containing approximately 19,878 sq. ft. of land in a district zoned SINGLE RESIDENCE 2. Ref: 7.3.3, 7.4, 3.1.9.A.2 of Chapter 30 of the City of Newton Rev Zoning Ord, 2015.
Tagged Passions:court, legal, and zoning

Public Hearing Closed; Land Use Held 6-0 (Schwartz not Voting)

Tagged Passions:voting and hearing

Reports Docket, April 3, 2017 Continued Page 372

43-17 Special Permit to extend non-conforming two-family use at 893 Watertown Street

Tagged Passions:streets

JAMES AND CAROL HOOPES petition for SPECIAL PERMIT/SITE PLAN APPROVAL to construct a single-story rear addition extending the existing non-conforming

two-family use at 893 Watertown Street, Ward 3, West Newton, on land known as SBL 31014 0005, containing approximately 19,560 sq. ft. of land in a district zoned SINGLE RESIDENCE 3. Ref: 7.3.3, 7.4, 3.4.1, 7.8.2.C.2 of Chapter 30 of the City of Newton Rev Zoning Ord, 2015. Land Use Postponed to May 2, 2017 6-0 (Crossley not Voting)
Tagged Passions:voting and zoning

39-17 Special Permit to locate a daycare center at 45-47 Bryon Road

Tagged Passions:Child Care, preschool, and streets

LARISA BANKOVSKY petition for SPECIAL PERMIT/SITE PLAN APPROVAL to terminate the residential use at the property and use it for a day care center to

enroll 34 children, requiring a waiver of four parking stalls, a waiver for parking in the setback, a waiver for the parking stall dimensions, waiver for the minimum aisle width for two-way traffic, waivers for lighting requirements for parking, a waiver for the outdoor play area vegetative buffer at 45-47 Bryon Road, Ward 8, Chestnut Hill, on land known as SBL82043 0007, containing approximately 10,050 sq. ft. of land in a district zoned MULTI RESIDENCE 1. Ref: Dover Waiver, 7.3.3, 7.4, 7.4.5, 6.3.4.3, 5.1.4.A, 5.1.13, 5.1.8.A.1, 5.1.8.B.1, 5.1.8.B.2, 5.1.8.C.2, 5.1.10, 6.3.4.B.3.a, of Chapter 30 of the City of Newton Rev Zoning Ord, 2015. Land Use Approved 7-0
Tagged Passions:Child Care, traffic, property, zoning, and parking

431-16 Special Permit to allow three attached dwellings at 377 Langley Road

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367-377 LANGLEY ROAD LLC., petition for SPECIAL PERMIT/SITE PLAN APPROVAL to allow three attached single-family dwellings, reduce frontage

requirements for attached single family dwellings, reduce side setback requirements, allow parking within 20 of a side lot line and a driveway within 10 of a side lot line and to allow placement of a retaining wall of 4 feet or more within a setback at 377 Langley Road, Ward 6, Newton Centre, on land known as SBL 65019 0058, containing approximately 23,545 sq. ft. of land in a district zoned MULTI RESIDENCE 1. Ref: 7.3.3, 7.4, 3.4.1, 3.2.4, 6.2.3.B.2, 5.4.2.B of Chapter 30 of the City of Newton Rev Zoning Ord, 2015. Land Use Held 7-0, Public Hearing Continued
Tagged Passions:hearing, zoning, and parking

Referred to Land Use, Programs Services, and Finance Committees 256-16 Request to extend notification area of notice for special permit petitions

Tagged Passions:program, services, and finance

COUNCILORS COTE, NORTON, HARNEY, BLAZER, BROUSAL-GLASER, AND LEARY requesting an amendment to the City Council Rules, Article X; Section 6 Additional

Notification Requirements, to include that the area of notice for special permit petitions be expanded beyond the abutters to abutters within 300 required by Massachusetts General Law Chapter 40A to also include property owners within 600 of the subject property. This notification will apply to all classes of building except for residential 1 and 2-family units that will remain 1 or 2-family units after receiving a special permit.
Tagged Passions:council and property

Reports Docket, April 3, 2017 Continued Page 373

Only abutters to abutters within 300 will be entitled to the rights conferred by Massachusetts General Law Chapter 40A. [07/01/16 @2:09 PM]

Land Use Held 7-0, Public Hearing Continued

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Referred to Zoning Planning Committee Monday, March 27, 2017

Tagged Passions:planning and zoning

Present: Councilors Hess-Mahan (Chair), Danberg, Leary, Albright, Kalis, Baker, Sangiolo and Yates; also present: Councilors Crossley,

Brousal-Glaser, Norton and Blazar

67-17 Mayor s appointment of Mark Chudy to Newtonville Historic District Commission MARK CHUDY, 34 Prescott Street, Newtonville, appointed as a

member of the
Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, appointments, historic, and streets

NEWTONVILLE HISTORIC DISTRICT COMMISSION for a term to expire May 31, 2020 (60 days 05/19/17) [03/13/17 @ 3:26PM]

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Programs Services Approved 8-0

Tagged Passions:program and services

68-17 Mayor s appointment of Ralph Abele to Newtonville Historic District Commission RALPH ABELE, 15 Page Road, Newtonville, appointed as a member of

the NEWTONVILLE
Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, appointments, historic, and streets

HISTORIC DISTRICT COMMISSION for a term to expire May 31, 2020 (60 days 05/19/17) [03/13/17 @ 3:26PM] Programs Services Approved 8-0

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, historic, program, and services

69-17 Mayor s appointment of Brett Catlin to Chestnut Hill Historic District Commission BRETT CATLIN, 121 Suffolk Road, Chestnut Hill, appointed as a

member of the
Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, appointments, historic, and streets

CHESTNUT HILL HISTORIC DISTRICT COMMISSION for a term to expire May 31, 2020 (60 days 05/19/17) [03/13/17 @ 3:26PM]

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions and historic

Programs Services Held 8-0

Tagged Passions:program and services

70-17 Mayor s appointment of Ed Zielinski to Chestnut Hill Historic District Commission ED ZIELINSKI, 128 Gibbs Street, Newton Centre, appointed as

an alternate member of
Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, appointments, historic, and streets

the CHESTNUT HILL HISTORIC DISTRICT COMMISSION for a term to expire May 31, 2020. (60 days 05/19/17) [03/13/17 @ 3:26PM] Programs Services Approved

8-0
Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, historic, program, and services

343-16 Zoning amendment relative to accessory apartments HIS HONOR THE MAYOR, COUNCILOR HESS-MAHAN, ALBRIGHT, CICCONE, CROSSLEY, AND NORTON proposing

to amend Chapter 30 Section 6.7.1 Accessory Apartments and Section 5.1.4 Number of Parking Stalls in order to create a new accessory apartment ordinance that expands the availability of accessory apartments. [10/07/16 @ 10:03 AM) Hearing closed 11/14/16 (90 days 2/12/17) Hearing closed 02/27/16 (90 days 5/29/17)
Tagged Passions:hearing, ordinance, zoning, and parking

Programs Services Approved 4-0-4 (Kalis, Baker, Sangiolo, Yates abstaining)

Tagged Passions:program and services

Reports Docket, April 3, 2017 Continued Page 374

109-15 Zoning amendment for inclusionary housing provisions from 15 to 20

Tagged Passions:housing and zoning

HIS HONOR THE MAYOR requesting consideration of changes to the inclusionary housing provisions of the Zoning Ordinance to increase the required

percentage of affordable units to 20 with the additional 5 set aside for middle income households. [04/24/15 @ 2:38 PM]
Tagged Passions:housing, ordinance, and zoning

Programs Services Held 8-0

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Referred to Programs Services Committee Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Tagged Passions:program and services

Present: Councilors Rice (Chair), Leary, Baker, Auchincloss, Kalis, Schwartz, Hess-Mahan and Sangiolo; also present: Councilors Yates, Norton and

Cote

45-17 Resolution to commemorate Newton residents in World War I

COUNCILOR YATES proposing a Resolution to urge all relevant City agencies to commemorate the participation of Newton residents in World War I, honor

their courage, idealism and suffering, and learn from the consequences of the war. [02/27/17 @ 2:15PM]

Programs Services Approved as amended 8-0

Tagged Passions:program and services

300-16 Ordinance to register lobbyists

Tagged Passions:ordinance

COUNCILORS COTE, NORTON AND HARNEY proposing an ordinance to register lobbyists in the City of Newton. [08/10/16 @ 3:11 AM]

Tagged Passions:ordinance

Programs Services Held 8-0

Tagged Passions:program and services

158-16 Ordinance to require notice on gas pumps relative to climate change

Tagged Passions:ordinance and environment

COUNCILORS NORTON AND SANGIOLO requesting an ordinance that requires a notice posted on retail gas station pumps within the City of Newton that

informs consumers that burning gasoline contributes to climate change; and a link to a City website page offering information regarding alternatives to gasoline powered transportation, including walking, biking, public transit and electric vehicles. [04/25/16 @ 9:02 AM]
Tagged Passions:Electric Vehicles, Public Transit, ordinance, environment, transportation, and electric

Programs Services Held 8-0

Tagged Passions:program and services

56-16 Ordinance amendment to add statutory references to policy on housing practices COUNCILOR HESS-MAHAN requesting an amendment to Chapter 12,

Section 50(b) Policy
Tagged Passions:housing, ordinance, and policy

of the city regarding housing practices, to add statutory references to Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964; the Americans with Disabilities

Act; Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973; the Age Discrimination Act; and any other applicable state or federal laws that were inadvertently omitted from the current ordinance. [02/08/16 @ 1:51 PM]
Tagged Passions:discrimination, civil rights, housing, and ordinance

Programs Services Held 8-0

Tagged Passions:program and services

Reports Docket, April 3, 2017 Continued Page 375

Referred to Public Facilities Committee

Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Present: Councilors Crossley (Chair), Albright, Lappin, Laredo, Gentile, Danberg, Brousal-Glaser; absent: Councilor Lennon; also present: Councilors

Fuller, Rice

47-17 Petition for grant of location at Washington Street EVERSOURCE ENERGY petition for a grant of location to install + 673 feet of conduit in

Tagged Passions:energy, grant, streets, and electric

WASHINGTON STREET from Manhole 3383 approximately 43 south of Walnut Street. [(Ward 2) 01/26/16 @ 12:31 PM]

Tagged Passions:streets

Public Facilities Approved Subject to Second Call 6-0-1 (Laredo abstaining)

48-17 Petition for grant of location at Washington Street

Tagged Passions:grant and streets

EVERSOURCE ENERGY petition for a grant of location to install one hip guy at pole 447/94 approximately 180 + east of Lowell Avenue [(Ward 2) 01/26/16

@ 12:31 PM]
Tagged Passions:pole, energy, grant, and electric

Public Facilities Approved 7-0

49-17 Petition for grant of location at Caldon Path EVERSOURCE ENERGY petition for a grant of location to install + 39 of conduit southerly

Tagged Passions:energy, grant, and electric

to pole 359/12 (adjacent to 44 Caldon Path), headed in a southwesterly direction + 501 to two proposed manholes. [(Ward 8) 02/06/16 @ 11:07 AM]

Tagged Passions:pole

Public Facilities Held 7-0

50-17 Petition for grant of location at O Rourke Path/Hanson Road/Callahan Path EVERSOURCE ENERGY petition for a grant of location to install conduit

westerly from
Tagged Passions:energy, grant, streets, and electric

pole 359/9 a distance of 24 + in a southwesterly direction to one proposed manhole a distance of 466 + continuing southwesterly 12 + to a second

proposed manhole in Callahan Path. [(Ward 8) 02/06/16 @ 11:02 AM]
Tagged Passions:pole

Public Facilities Held 7-0

51-17 Petition for grant of location at Timson Path/Saw Mill Brook Parkway EVERSOURCE ENERGY petition for a grant of location to install conduit

westerly from
Tagged Passions:energy, grant, and electric

pole 366/8 in Saw Mill Brook Parkway a distance of 430 + in a northerly direction to a proposed manhole in front of 15 Timson Path continuing

northeasterly to a second proposed manhole in front of 27 Timson Path. [(Ward 8) 02/06/16 @ 11:04 AM]
Tagged Passions:pole

Public Facilities Held 7-0

52-17 Petition for a grant of location at Spiers Road/Shute Path EVERSOURCE ENERGY petition for a grant of location to install 141 + of conduit

Tagged Passions:energy, grant, streets, and electric

northwesterly from pole 371/16 on Spiers Road in a northwesterly direction to a proposed manhole in front of 147 Shute Path. [(Ward 8) 02/08/16 @

2:55 PM]
Tagged Passions:pole and streets

Public Facilities Held 7-0

Reports Docket, April 3, 2017 Continued Page 376

73-17 Eversource petition for grant of location at Osborne Path/Van Roosen Road EVERSOURCE ENERGY petition for a grant of location to install conduit

from a proposed
Tagged Passions:energy, grant, streets, and electric

manhole in front of 112 Osborne Path in a southwesterly direction to pole 352/4 a distance of 145 + in Van Roosen Road. [(Ward 8) 02/27/2017 @ 2:54

PM]
Tagged Passions:pole and streets

Public Facilities Held 7-0

74-17 Eversource petition for grant of location at Chinian Path EVERSOURCE ENERGY petition for a grant of location to install one manhole 3 easterly

Tagged Passions:energy, grant, and electric

to Chinian Path in a westerly direction 397+ to a second proposed manhole in front of 49 Chinian Path continuing in a westerly direction 45 + to pole

232/22 in Wiswall Road. [(Ward 8) 02/06/16 @ 11:03 AM]
Tagged Passions:pole and streets

Public Facilities Held 7-0

72-17 Cellco petition for Grant of Location for wireless communication equipment CELLCO PARTNERSHIP d/b/a VERIZON WIRELESS petitioning for a grant of

location to
Tagged Passions:Wireless, equipment, telecommunications, and grant

attach wireless communication equipment to existing utility poles at the following locations [02/08/2017 @3:01 PM]:

Tagged Passions:Wireless, pole, equipment, and utility

Locations Commonwealth Ave (at intersection of Boylston/Chestnut St) at Eversource Pole

Tagged Passions:pole

102/200 Albemarle Rd (adjacent to 250 Albemarle) at Eversource Pole 2X

Tagged Passions:pole

Public Facilities Split the item into 72-17(A) Commonwealth Ave (at intersection of Boylston/Chestnut St) at Eversource Pole 102/200 and 72-17(B)

Albemarle Rd (adjacent to 250 Albemarle) at Eversource Pole 2X. Public Facilities Held 72-17(B)
Tagged Passions:pole

Public Facilities Approved 72-17(A) Subject to Second Call

189-14 Update on the Zervas School construction project PUBLIC FACILITIES COMMITTEE requesting periodic updates on the Zervas Elementary

Tagged Passions:NewSchools, construction, and education

School Project. [04/17/14 @ 10:48 PM] Public Facilities Held 7-0

Tagged Passions:education

Referred to Public Facilities and Finance Committees 76-17 Appropriate 1 million for snow and ice removal expenses

Tagged Passions:snow and finance

HIS HONOR THE MAYOR requesting authorization to appropriate the sum of one million dollars dollars ( 1,000,000) from Free Cash to supplement the

Department of Public Works snow and ice operations budget.
Tagged Passions:snow, public works, and budget

Personnel Costs Overtime (0140110-513001).......................................................... 250,000

Tagged Passions:personnel

Rental Vehicles (0140110-5273-5273) .................................................... 750,000

Tagged Passions:rental

[03/13/17 @ 4:39 PM] Public Facilities Approved 7-0

Reports Docket, April 3, 2017 Continued Page 377

Referred to Public Facilities and Finance Committees

Tagged Passions:finance

77-17 Ordinance amendment to include ordinances on illicit discharges to storm drains HIS HONOR THE MAYOR requesting amendments to the City of Newton

Revised
Tagged Passions:ordinance

Ordinances, 2012 to include new sections related to illicit discharges to storm drains that meet the requirements set forth under the City s

Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System Permit. [03/13/17 @ 4:39 PM] Finance to Meet
Tagged Passions:ordinance, finance, sewer, and utility

Public Facilities Approved 7-0

Referred to Public Facilities and Finance Committees 78-17 Appropriate 71,800 for engineering services HIS HONOR THE MAYOR requesting authorization

to appropriate and expend seventy-
Tagged Passions:services and finance

one thousand eight hundred dollars ( 71,800) from the Storm Water Surplus Account for the purpose of funding professional engineering services in the

design and construction engineering phases of the rehabilitation of the Flowed Meadow Pump Station. [03/13/17 @ 4:39 PM]
Tagged Passions:surplus, construction, services, utility, funding, water, and stormwater

Finance to Meet Public Facilities Approved 7-0

Tagged Passions:finance

Referred to Real Property Reuse Committee Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Tagged Passions:property

Present: Councilors Albright (Chair), Gentile, Crossley, Danberg, Fuller, and Kalis; absent: Councilors Lennon and Brousal-Glaser

360-16 Reuse of the Stanton Avenue water tower site

Tagged Passions:cell tower, utility, and water

DIRECTOR OF PLANNING DEVELOPMENT submitting on October 7, 2016 a letter stating that the water tower site located at Stanton Avenue declared surplus

by the COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC WORKS on September 15, 2016, should be declared unnecessary for municipal purposes pursuant to Ordinance Section 2-7. [10/10/16 @ 10:48 PM] Real Property Reuse Approved 6-0
Tagged Passions:surplus, cell tower, ordinance, planning, public works, property, utility, Development, and water

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