CITY COUNCIL CALENDAR
Thursday, June 22, 2017
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OPENING OF SESSION BY:
FIRST VICE PRESIDENT LINDA M. MORAD
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PRAYER LED BY:
REVEREND CONSTANTINE BEBIS
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PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
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MAYOR'S PAPERS

M1.      COMMUNICATION, Mayor Mitchell, to City Council, submitting AN ORDER to accept MGL Chapter 32B, Sections 21 through 23 to provide the City with the tools necessary to implement changes to City Health Insurance benefits and to enable more effective collaboration with the Public Employee Committee.

M1a.    AN ORDER,

M2.      COMMUNICATION, Mayor Mitchell, to City Council, submitting AN ORDER that the City hereby waives its rights to an appraisal and to damages relating to the temporary easements shown as TE-10, TE23 on plan entitled Bicycle and Pedestrian Facility Upgrades for (District 5) New Bedford Facilities, and that the City hereby authorizes the Mayor to sign the attached Right of Entry With Prejudice Form and Certificates of Donation Form grating temporary access at the two locations.

M2a.    AN ORDER,

M3.      COMMUNICATION, Mayor Mitchell, to City Council, submitting AN ORDER for the TRANSFER of $1,999,210.00 from WATER, CAPITAL OUTLAY, to WATER, OTHER CHARGES.

M3a.    AN ORDER,

M4.      COMMUNICATION, Mayor Mitchell, to City Council, submitting AN ORDER for the TRANSFER of $138,274.00 from PUBLIC INFRASTRUCTURE, CAPITAL OUTLAY, to PUBLIC INFRASTRUCTURE, OTHER CHARGES.

M4a.    AN ORDER,

M5.      COMMUNICATION, Mayor Mitchell, to City Council, submitting AN ORDER for the TRANSFER of $73,644.00 from PUBLIC INFRASTRUCTURE, CAPITAL OUTLAY, to PUBLIC INFRASTRUCTURE, OTHER CHARGES.

M5a.    AN ORDER,

M6.      COMMUNICATION, Mayor Mitchell, to City Council, submitting APPOINTMENT of MARIA A. ROSARIO, New Bedford, MA, to the HUMAN RELATIONS COMMISSION, Ms. Rosario will be replacing Maria Mojica-Mosquea whose term has expired; this term will expire April 2019.

M7.      COMMUNICATION, Mayor Mitchell, to City Council, submitting REAPPOINTMENT of CRAIG DIXON, New Bedford, MA, to the CONSERVATION COMMISSION; this term will expire June 2020.

M8.      COMMUNICATION, Mayor Mitchell, to City Council, submitting the REAPPOINTMENT of JACOB GONSALVES, New Bedford, MA, to the CONSERVATION COMMISSION; this term will expire June 2020.

M9.      COMMUNICATION, Mayor Mitchell, to City Council, submitting the REAPPOINTMENT of LINDA ROSS, New Bedford, MA, to the ELECTION COMMISSION; this term will expire April 2021.

M10.    COMMUNICATION, Mayor Mitchell, to City Council, submitting the REAPPOINTMENT of DAVID KENNEDY, New Bedford, MA, to the REDEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY; this term will expire July 2021.

M11.    COMMUNICATION, Mayor Mitchell, to City Council, submitting the REAPPOINTMENT of RICHARD SIMMONS, New Bedford, MA, to the TRAFFIC COMMISSION; this term will expire December 2018.

NEW BUSINESS

1.     REPORT, Committee on Ordinances, recommending to the City Council APPROVAL of the ORDINANCE, amending Chapter 15, Section 15-101 of the City Code pertaining to Wetland Protection.

 

1a.     AN ORDINANCE,

2.     REPORT, Committee on Ordinance, recommending to the City Council APPROVAL of the ORDINANCE, as amended RELATIVE TO BEEKEEPING.

 

2a.     AN ORDINANCE,

3.         REPORT, Committee on Appointments & Briefings, recommending to the City Council APPROVAL on the APPLICATION, Martha Perez, d/b/a Ebenezer Auto Tires & Mechanic Shop, for a SPECIAL PERMIT for Motor Vehicle Sales & Rentals and General Repairs at 1519 Purchase Street, New Bedford, MA 02740. 

 

3a.        SPECIAL PERMIT, Martha Perez, d/b/a Ebenezer Auto Tires & Mechanic Shop, for a SPECIAL PERMIT for Motor Vehicle Sales & Rentals and General Repairs at 1519 Purchase Street, New Bedford, MA 02740. 

4.         REPORT, Committee on Appointments & Briefings, recommending to the City Council to take “No Further Action” on the APPOINTMENT of MANUEL DEBRITO, JR., New Bedford, MA, 02740, to the ELECTION COMMISSION; Mr. DeBrito will be replacing Celeste Paleologos whose term has expired; term will expire April 2021.

 

4a.        COMMUNICATION, Mayor Mitchell, to City Council, submitting the APPOINTMENT of MANUEL DEBRITO, JR., New Bedford, MA, 02740, to the ELECTION COMMISSION; Mr. DeBrito will be replacing Celeste Paleologos whose term has expired; term will expire April 2021. (Referred to the Committee on Appointments and Briefings – May 23, 2017.)

5.         REPORT, Committee on Appointments & Briefings, recommending to the City Council to take “No Further Action” on a WRITTEN MOTION, Councillor Coelho, requesting, that a representative from the Department of Facilities and Fleet Management appear before the Committee on Appointments and Briefings to update Committee members on the City’s residential and commercial waste collection schedule.  

 

5a.        WRITTEN MOTION, Councillor Coelho, requesting, that a representative from the Department of Facilities and Fleet Management appear before the Committee on Appointments and Briefings to update Committee members on the City’s residential and commercial waste collection schedule. (Referred to the Committee on Appointments and Briefings –February 23, 2017.)

6.         REPORT, Committee on Appointments & Briefings, recommending to the City Council to take “No Further Action” on a WRITTEN MOTION, Councillor Lopes, requesting that the City of New Bedford and the Office of Labor Relations begin a discussion with the Human Rights Campaign (HRC), so that the City of New Bedford can begin the Municipal Equality Index (MEI) process of self-submission, by which any City can submit themselves to be rated by The Human Rights Campaign, the Municipal Equality Index examines the laws, policies, and services of Municipalities across the Country and rates them on the basis of their inclusivity of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender LGBT community.

 

6a.        WRITTEN MOTION, Councillor Lopes, requesting that the City of New Bedford and the Office of Labor Relations begin a discussion with the Human Rights Campaign (HRC), so that the City of New Bedford can begin the Municipal Equality Index (MEI) process of self-submission, by which any City can submit themselves to be rated by The Human Rights Campaign, the Municipal Equality Index examines the laws, policies, and services of Municipalities across the Country and rates them on the basis of their inclusivity of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender LGBT community. (Referred to the Committee on Appointments and Briefings – May 28, 2015.)

7.         REPORT, Committee on Appointments & Briefings, recommending to the City Council to take “No Further Action” on a WRITTEN MOTION, Councillor Bousquet, requesting that the Health Director Dr. Brenda Weis, appear before the Committee on Appointments and Briefings to provide the Committee with an update on the Hoarding Task Force activities.

 

7a.        WRITTEN MOTION, Councillor Bousquet, requesting that the Health Director Dr. Brenda Weis, appear before the Committee on Appointments and Briefings to provide the Committee with an update on the Hoarding Task Force activities. (Referred to the Committee on Appointments and Briefings – August 18, 2016.)

8.         REPORT, Committee on Appointments & Briefings, recommending to the City Council to take “No Further Action” on a WRITTEN MOTION, Councillor Gomes, requesting, that the City revitalize the park located on the Southwest corner of Hillman Street and Ash Street, refurbishing the basketball court, installing new hoops and backboards, new swings, a fun slide, park benches, fencing, lighting, trees, and of course, the installation of an American flag pole.

 

8a.        WRITTEN MOTION, Councillor Gomes, requesting, that the City revitalize the park located on the Southwest corner of Hillman Street and Ash Street, refurbishing the basketball court, installing new hoops and backboards, new swings, a fun slide, park benches, fencing, lighting, trees, and of course, the installation of an American flag pole. (Referred to the Committee on Appointments and Briefings – August 18, 2016.)

9.     AN ORDINANCE, amending Chapter 10 FINANCE, TAXATION; PROPERTY by adding Section 10-47 Departmental Revolving Funds. (Passed to a Second Reading – May 23, 2017.)

10.     AN ORDINANCE, amending Chapter 2 RELATIVE TO MEMBERS OF BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS. (Passed to a Second Reading – May 23, 2017.)

11.     WRITTEN MOTION, Councillor Winterson, requesting, that the Department of Parks, Recreation and Beaches install “NO LITTERING” signage at Harrington Park, located at Tremont and Court Streets, with the appropriate additional wording, if necessary, due to the increase in garbage thrown on the grass, and the basketball courts and the entire park in general; and further, that similar signage be installed at the Betsey B. Winslow School playground. (To be Referred to the Department of Parks, Recreation and Beaches and the Board of Park Commissioners.)
12.     WRITTEN MOTION, Councillors Winterson, Abreu, Dunn, Council President Lopes and Councillors Martins and Coelho, requesting, that the Police Department increase patrols in the area of Chancery and Arnold Streets, due to the increase in loitering, graffiti and loud noise coming from the street, disturbing residents at night. (To be Referred to the Police Department.)

13.     COMMUNICATION, City Clerk/Clerk of the City Council, to City Council, on behalf of Karen Maciulewicz, 128 Chipaway Road, East Freetown, MA 02717 d/b/a PROJECT INDEPENDENCE SERVICES, INC., 250 Elm Street, New Bedford, MA 02740, hereby submitting a copy of the Application requesting a RENEWAL of a  PRIVATE LIVERY LICENSE, under the provisions of Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 159A, Section 1, and amendments thereto, and M.G.L. Chapter 270, Section 22 (Smoke Free Workplace Law) and all other laws applicable to such operation to carry passengers for hire over the streets of New Bedford. (Current License expires July 21, 2017.)

14.     COMMUNICATION, BOARD OF ASSESSORS’ MOTION, Board of Assessors, to City Council, submitting MOTION passed 3-0, at its open meeting on JUNE 06, 2017, and requesting that the City Council ADOPT, and the Mayor APPROVE the THREE ORDERS relating to the Consumer Price Index, as determined by the Commissioner of Revenue, of a 1.48% increase for Clause 17’s, for the amount of exemption to be increased to $305.08; to accept under Chapter 59, Section 5, Clause 17E to increase the amount of assets to $62,205.00, to qualifying individuals; and under Chapter 59, Section 5, Clauses 41, 41B & 41C, raising the base limit of income for single taxpayers to $20,216.00 and married taxpayers to $23,329.00 and to raise the assets limits to $43,543.00 for single taxpayers and $46,654.00 for married taxpayers.

 

14a.     AN ORDER, (ORDERED, That, the exemption granted to persons qualifying under M.G.L. Chapter 59, Section 5, Clause 17, 17C, 17C½ and 17D is hereby increased by 1.48% for Fiscal Year 2018; said increase is equal to the Consumer Price Index.)

 

14b.     AN ORDER, (ORDERED, That pursuant to M.G.L. Chapter 59, Section 5, Clause 17E, the total value of assets, as set forth in M.G.L. Chapter 59, Section 5, Clause 17, 17C, 17C½ and 17D is hereby increased by 1.48% for Fiscal Year 2018; said increase is equal to the Consumer Price Index.)

 

14c.     AN ORDER, (ORDERED, That the base limit of income and the total value of assets of persons, qualifying under M.G.L. Chapter 59, Section 5, Clause 41, 41B, and 41C is hereby increased by 1.48% for Fiscal Year 2018; said increase is equal to the Consumer Price Index.)

15.       COMMUNICATION, DPI Commissioner Zeb Arruda, to City Council, submitting RECOMMENDATION OF ACCEPTANCE, for the LAYOUT AND ACCEPTANCE of TARKILN PLACE, variable width from STA. 0+00 at the existing terminus of Tarkiln Place 1,381.80ft northerly to terminus at STA. 13=81.80 at Mate Drive; reporting that owner, Lee Castignetti, Jr., Trustee of the Whalers Woods Realty Trust, have conformed to all Rules & Regulations as required by City Code, Section 22-35, relative to the acceptance of new streets.

 

15a.      COMMUNICATION, DPI Commissioner Zeb Arruda, to City Council, submitting REQUEST TO TAKE LAND, for the LAYOUT AND ACCEPTANCE of TARKILN PLACE, variable width from STA. 0+00 at the existing terminus of Tarkiln Place 1,381.80ft northerly to terminus at STA. 13=81.80 at Mate Drive, it becomes necessary to take an easement or fee for highway purposes in land belonging to Lee Castignetti, Jr., Trustee of the Whalers Wood Realty Trust in accordance with City Code, Section 22-35.

 

15b.      COMMUNICATION, DPI Commissioner Zeb Arruda, to City Council, submitting AWARD OF DAMAGES, for the LAYOUT AND ACCEPTANCE of TARKILN PLACE, variable width from STA. 0+00 at the existing terminus of Tarkiln Place 1,381.80ft northerly to terminus at STA. 13=81.80 at Mate Drive, there is NO DAMAGES PAYABLE to the owner (Lee Castignetti, Jr., Trustee of the Whalers Wood Realty Trust) because the remainder has appreciated in value as a result of the layout to an amount which exceeds the value of the land dedicated and taken.

 

15c.      COMMUNICATION, DPI Commissioner Zeb Arruda, to City Council, submitting METES AND BOUNDS for the LAYOUT AND ACCEPTANCE of TARKILN PLACE, variable width from STA. 0+00 at the existing terminus of Tarkiln Place 1,381.80ft northerly to terminus at STA. 13=81.80 at Mate Drive.  (Map Included.)

 

15d.      AN ORDER, for Hearing on THURSDAY, JULY 20, 2017 AT 7:00 P.M. in City Council Chambers, City Hall, for acceptance of proposed TARKILN PLACE, variable width from STA. 0+00 at the existing terminus of Tarkiln Place 1,381.80ft northerly to terminus at STA. 13=81.80 at Mate Drive.

 

15e.      AN ORDER, requesting the City Solicitor to prepare an LAYOUT ORDER for the layout and acceptance of contemplated proposed TARKILN PLACE, variable width from STA. 0+00 at the existing terminus of Tarkiln Place 1,381.80ft northerly to terminus at STA. 13=81.80 at Mate Drive (Hearing on said matter has been ordered for THURSDAY, JULY 20, 2017, at 7:00 p.m., in City Council Chambers, City Hall.)

16.       COMMUNICATION, DPI Commissioner Zeb Arruda, to City Council, submitting RECOMMENDATION OF ACCEPTANCE, for the LAYOUT AND ACCEPTANCE of MATE DRIVE, 40 feet wide, from STA. 0+29.74 at Tarkiln Place 1,451.15 ft. northerly to terminus at STA. 14+80.89; reporting that owner, Lee Castignetti, Jr., Trustee of the Whalers Woods Realty Trust, have conformed to all Rules & Regulations as required by City Code, Section 22-35, relative to the acceptance of new streets.

 

16a.      COMMUNICATION, DPI Commissioner Zeb Arruda, to City Council, submitting REQUEST TO TAKE LAND, for the LAYOUT AND ACCEPTANCE of MATE DRIVE, 40 feet wide, from STA. 0+29.74 at Tarkiln Place 1,451.15 ft. northerly to terminus at STA. 14+80.89, it becomes necessary to take an easement or fee for highway purposes in land belonging to Lee Castignetti, Jr., Trustee of the Whalers Wood Realty Trust in accordance with City Code, Section 22-35.

 

16b.      COMMUNICATION, DPI Commissioner Zeb Arruda, to City Council, submitting AWARD OF DAMAGES, for the LAYOUT AND ACCEPTANCE of MATE DRIVE, 40 feet wide, from STA. 0+29.74 at Tarkiln Place 1,451.15 ft. northerly to terminus at STA. 14+80.89, there is NO DAMAGES PAYABLE to the owner (Lee Castignetti, Jr., Trustee of the Whalers Wood Realty Trust) because the remainder has appreciated in value as a result of the layout to an amount which exceeds the value of the land dedicated and taken.

 

16c.      COMMUNICATION, DPI Commissioner Zeb Arruda, to City Council, submitting METES AND BOUNDS for the LAYOUT AND ACCEPTANCE of MATE DRIVE, 40 feet wide, from STA. 0+29.74 at Tarkiln Place 1,451.15 ft. northerly to terminus at STA. 14+80.89  (Map Included.)

 

16d.      AN ORDER, for Hearing on THURSDAY, JULY 20, 2017 AT 7:00 P.M. in City Council Chambers, City Hall, for acceptance of proposed MATE DRIVE, 40 feet wide, from STA. 0+29.74 at Tarkiln Place 1,451.15 ft. northerly to terminus at STA. 14+80.89.

 

16e.      AN ORDER, requesting the City Solicitor to prepare an LAYOUT ORDER for the layout and acceptance of contemplated proposed  of MATE DRIVE, 40 feet wide, from STA. 0+29.74 at Tarkiln Place 1,451.15 ft. northerly to terminus at STA. 14+80.89. (Hearing on said matter has been ordered for THURSDAY, JULY 20, 2017, at 7:00 p.m., in City Council Chambers, City Hall.)

17.       COMMUNICATION, DPI Commissioner Zeb Arruda, to City Council, submitting RECOMMENDATION OF ACCEPTANCE, for the LAYOUT AND ACCEPTANCE of WHALERS WOODS BOULEVARD, 40 feet wide, from STA. 0+31.27 at Church Street 364.21 ft. westerly to terminus at STA. 3+95.48; reporting that owner, Lee Castignetti, Jr., Trustee of the Whalers Woods Realty Trust, have conformed to all Rules & Regulations as required by City Code, Section 22-35, relative to the acceptance of new streets.

 

17a.      COMMUNICATION, DPI Commissioner Zeb Arruda, to City Council, submitting REQUEST TO TAKE LAND, for the LAYOUT AND ACCEPTANCE of WHALERS WOODS BOULEVARD, 40 feet wide, from STA. 0+31.27 at Church Street 364.21 ft. westerly to terminus at STA. 3+95.48, it becomes necessary to take an easement or fee for highway purposes in land belonging to Lee Castignetti, Jr., Trustee of the Whalers Wood Realty Trust in accordance with City Code, Section 22-35.

 

17b.      COMMUNICATION, DPI Commissioner Zeb Arruda, to City Council, submitting AWARD OF DAMAGES, for the LAYOUT AND ACCEPTANCE of WHALERS WOODS BOULEVARD, 40 feet wide, from STA. 0+31.27 at Church Street 364.21 ft. westerly to terminus at STA. 3+95.48, there is NO DAMAGES PAYABLE to the owner (Lee Castignetti, Jr., Trustee of the Whalers Wood Realty Trust) because the remainder has appreciated in value as a result of the layout to an amount which exceeds the value of the land dedicated and taken.

 

17c.      COMMUNICATION, DPI Commissioner Zeb Arruda, to City Council, submitting METES AND BOUNDS for the LAYOUT AND ACCEPTANCE of WHALERS WOODS BOULEVARD, 40 feet wide, from STA. 0+31.27 at Church Street 364.21 ft. westerly to terminus at STA. 3+95.48.  (Map Included.)

 

17d.      AN ORDER, for Hearing on THURSDAY, JULY 20, 2017 AT 7:00 P.M. in City Council Chambers, City Hall, for acceptance of proposed WHALERS WOODS BOULEVARD, 40 feet wide, from STA. 0+31.27 at Church Street 364.21 ft. westerly to terminus at STA. 3+95.48.

 

17e.      AN ORDER, requesting the City Solicitor to prepare an LAYOUT ORDER for the layout and acceptance of contemplated proposed of WHALERS WOODS BOULEVARD, 40 feet wide, from STA. 0+31.27 at Church Street 364.21 ft. westerly to terminus at STA. 3+95.48. (Hearing on said matter has been ordered for THURSDAY, JULY 20, 2017, at 7:00 p.m., in City Council Chambers, City Hall.)

18.       COMMUNICATION, DPI Commissioner Zeb Arruda, to City Council, submitting RECOMMENDATION OF ACCEPTANCE, for the LAYOUT AND ACCEPTANCE of SCHOONER COURT, 40 feet wide, from STA. 0+20 at Whalers Wood Boulevard 217.36 ft northerly to terminus at STA. 2+37.36; reporting that owner, Lee Castignetti, Jr., Trustee of the Whalers Woods Realty Trust, have conformed to all Rules & Regulations as required by City Code, Section 22-35, relative to the acceptance of new streets.

 

18a.      COMMUNICATION, DPI Commissioner Zeb Arruda, to City Council, submitting REQUEST TO TAKE LAND, for the LAYOUT AND ACCEPTANCE of SCHOONER COURT, 40 feet wide, from STA. 0+20 at Whalers Wood Boulevard 217.36 ft northerly to terminus at STA. 2+37.36, it becomes necessary to take an easement or fee for highway purposes in land belonging to Lee Castignetti, Jr., Trustee of the Whalers Wood Realty Trust in accordance with City Code, Section 22-35.

 

18b.      COMMUNICATION, DPI Commissioner Zeb Arruda, to City Council, submitting AWARD OF DAMAGES, for the LAYOUT AND ACCEPTANCE of SCHOONER COURT, 40 feet wide, from STA. 0+20 at Whalers Wood Boulevard 217.36 ft northerly to terminus at STA. 2+37.36, there is NO DAMAGES PAYABLE to the owner (Lee Castignetti, Jr., Trustee of the Whalers Wood Realty Trust) because the remainder has appreciated in value as a result of the layout to an amount which exceeds the value of the land dedicated and taken.

 

18c.      COMMUNICATION, DPI Commissioner Zeb Arruda, to City Council, submitting METES AND BOUNDS for the LAYOUT AND ACCEPTANCE of SCHOONER COURT, 40 feet wide, from STA. 0+20 at Whalers Wood Boulevard 217.36 ft northerly to terminus at STA. 2+37.36.  (Map Included.)

 

18d.      AN ORDER, for Hearing on THURSDAY, JULY 20, 2017 AT 7:00 P.M. in City Council Chambers, City Hall, for acceptance of proposed SCHOONER COURT, 40 feet wide, from STA. 0+20 at Whalers Wood Boulevard 217.36 ft northerly to terminus at STA. 2+37.36.

 

18e.      AN ORDER, requesting the City Solicitor to prepare an LAYOUT ORDER for the layout and acceptance of contemplated proposed of SCHOONER COURT, 40 feet wide, from STA. 0+20 at Whalers Wood Boulevard 217.36 ft northerly to terminus at STA. 2+37.36. (Hearing on said matter has been ordered for THURSDAY, JULY 20, 2017, at 7:00 p.m., in City Council Chambers, City Hall.)

19.     COMMUNICATION, Councillor Martins, submitting a Resolution on the Following Foundation Budget Review Commission Recommendations, also passed by the New Bedford School Committee on June 12, 2017.
19a.     RESOLUTION, Resolution on the Following Foundation Budget Review Commission Recommendations also passed by the New Bedford School Committee on June 12, 2017.

20.     COMMUNICATION, Councillor Morad, submitting a listing of the City of New Bedford’s Special Event Rentals and Services and a listing of fees charged to non-profit and for profit Organizations that hold a Special Event in the City of New Bedford. (To be Referred to the Committee on Appointments and Briefings.)

21.     COMMUNICATION, New Bedford School Committee to Council President Lopes, notifying that the Committee voted unanimously to accept the provisions of Chapter 40A, Section 13E permitting the School District to establish a Special Education Reserve Fund.

22.     COMMUNICATION, New Bedford School Committee to Council President Lopes, notifying that the Committee voted unanimously to waives its rights to an appraisal and to damages relating to temporary easements on a plan entitled “Bicycle and Pedestrian Facility Upgrades for (District 5) New Bedford Facilities.”

TABLED BUSINESS

06/08/17     COMMUNICATION, Mayor Mitchell, to City Council, submitting AN ORDER that in accordance with Massachusetts General Law  Chapter 44, Section 53E½, the revolving fund under the control of the Purchasing Department known as the PURCHASING REVOLVING, whose revenues collected and amount limited to be spent estimated at $200,000.00, is hereby authorized for FISCAL YEAR 2018.

 

AN ORDER,

06/08/17     COMMUNICATION, Mayor Mitchell, to City Council, submitting AN ORDER that in accordance with Massachusetts General Law Chapter 44, Section 53E½, the revolving fund known as the TANGIBLE SUPPLY DISPOSITION REVOLVING FUND, whose revenues collected and amount limited to be spent estimated at $25,000.00 is hereby authorized for FISCAL YEAR 2018.

 

AN ORDER,

06/08/17     COMMUNICATION, Mayor Mitchell, to City Council, submitting AN ORDER that in accordance with Massachusetts General Law Chapter 44, Section 53E½, the revolving fund under the control of the Tourism Department known as the TOURISM REVOLVING FUND, whose revenues collected and amount limited to be spent estimated at $20,000.00, is hereby authorized for FISCAL YEAR 2018.

 

AN ORDER,

06/08/17     COMMUNICATION, Mayor Mitchell, to City Council, submitting AN ORDER that in accordance with MGL Chapter 44, Section 53E ½, the revolving fund under the control of the Library Department, known as LIBRARY EQUIPMENT REVOLVING FUND, whose revenues collected and amount limited to be spent estimated at $20,000.00, is hereby authorized for FISCAL YEAR 2018.

 

AN ORDER,

06/08/17     COMMUNICATION, Mayor Mitchell, to City Council, submitting AN ORDER that in accordance with Massachusetts General Law Chapter 44, Section 53E½, the revolving fund under the control of the MIS Department known as the SOUTHEASTERN REGIONAL POLICE REVOLVING, whose revenues collected and amount limited to be spent estimated at $17,000.00, is hereby authorized for FISCAL YEAR 2018.

 

AN ORDER,

06/08/17     COMMUNICATION, Mayor Mitchell, to City Council, submitting AN ORDER that in accordance with Massachusetts General Law Chapter 44, Section 53E½, the revolving fund under the control of the School Department known as the FOOD SERVICE CONCESSION, whose revenues collected and amount limited to be spent estimated at $5,000.00, is hereby authorized for FISCAL YEAR 2018.

 

AN ORDER,

06/08/17     COMMUNICATION, Mayor Mitchell, to City Council, submitting AN ORDER that in accordance with Massachusetts General Law Chapter 44, Section 53E½, the revolving fund under the control of the Fire Department known as the COMMUNITY TRAINING FUND, whose revenues collected and amount limited to be spent estimated at $5,000.00, is hereby authorized for FISCAL YEAR 2018.

 

AN ORDER,

06/08/17     COMMUNICATION, Mayor Mitchell, to City Council, submitting AN ORDER that in accordance with MGL Chapter 44, Section 53E ½, the revolving fund under the control of the Clerk of Committees Department, known as the COUNCIL SPECIAL PERMIT REVOLVING, whose revenues collected and amount limited to be spent estimated at $5,000.00, is hereby authorized for FISCAL YEAR 2018.

 

AN ORDER,

06/08/17     COMMUNICATION, Mayor Mitchell, to City Council, submitting AN ORDER that in accordance with MGL Chapter 44, Section 53E ½, the revolving fund under the control of the Community Services Department, known as SENIOR TRAVEL AGENCY REVOLVING FUND, whose revenues collected and amount limited to be spent estimated at $120,000.00, is hereby authorized for FISCAL YEAR 2018.

AN ORDER,

06/08/17     COMMUNICATION, Mayor Mitchell, to City Council, submitting AN ORDER that in accordance with Massachusetts General Law Chapter 44, Section 53E½, the revolving fund under the control of the Community Services Department known as the ADULT SOCIAL DAY PROGRAM REVOLVING FUND, whose revenues collected and amount limited to be spent estimated at $30,000.00 is hereby authorized for FISCAL YEAR 2018.

 

AN ORDER,

06/08/17     COMMUNICATION, Mayor Mitchell, to City Council, submitting AN ORDER that in accordance with MGL Chapter 44, Section 53E ½, the revolving fund under the control of the Community Services Department, known as SENIOR TRANSPORTATION FUND, whose revenues collected and amount limited to be spent estimated at $12,000.00, is hereby authorized for FISCAL YEAR 2018.

 

AN ORDER,

06/08/17     COMMUNICATION, Mayor Mitchell, to City Council, submitting AN ORDER that in accordance with MGL Chapter 44, Section 53E ½, the revolving fund under the control of the Community Services Department, known as SENIOR ACTIVITIES FUND, whose revenues collected and amount limited to be spent estimated at $5,000.00, is hereby authorized for FISCAL YEAR 2018.

 

AN ORDER,

06/08/17     COMMUNICATION, Mayor Mitchell, to City Council, submitting AN ORDER that in accordance with Massachusetts General Law Chapter 44, Section 53E½, the revolving fund under the control of the Recreation and Parks Department known as SUPPORTIVE RECREATION REVOLVING FUND, whose revenues collected and amount limited to be spent estimated at $79,000.00, is hereby authorized for FISCAL YEAR 2018.

 

 AN ORDER,

06/08/17     COMMUNICATION, Mayor Mitchell, to City Council, submitting AN ORDER that in accordance with Massachusetts General Law Chapter 44, Section 53E½, the revolving fund under the control of the Recreation and Parks Department known as the FORT TABER REVOLVING FUND, whose revenues collected and amount limited to be spent estimated at $75,000.00 is hereby authorized for FISCAL YEAR 2018.

 

 AN ORDER,

06/08/17     COMMUNICATION, Mayor Mitchell, to City Council, submitting AN ORDER that in accordance with Massachusetts General Law Chapter 44, Section 53E½, the revolving fund under the control of the Planning and Community Development Department known as the ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS REVOLVING, whose revenues collected and amount limited to be spent estimated at $40,000.00, is hereby authorized for FISCAL YEAR 2018.

 

AN ORDER,

06/08/17     COMMUNICATION, Mayor Mitchell, to City Council, submitting AN ORDER that in accordance with Massachusetts General Law Chapter 44, Section 53E½, the revolving fund under the control of the Department of Facilities and Fleet Management, known as QUEST CENTER REVOLVING whose revenues collected and amount limited to be spent estimated at $137,565.00, is hereby authorized for FISCAL YEAR 2018.

 

AN ORDER,

06/08/17     COMMUNICATION, Mayor Mitchell, to City Council, submitting AN ORDER that in accordance with Massachusetts General Law Chapter 44, Section 53E½, the revolving fund under the control of the Inspectional Services Department known as the VACANT BUILDING REVOLVING FUND, whose revenues collected and amount limited to be spent estimated at $477,965.00, is hereby authorized for FISCAL YEAR 2018.

 

AN ORDER,

06/08/17     COMMUNICATION, Mayor Mitchell, to City Council, submitting AN ORDER that in accordance with Massachusetts General Law Chapter 44, Section 53E½, the revolving fund under the control of the Inspectional Services Department known as the DEMOLITION REVOLVING FUND, whose revenues collected and amount limited to be spent estimated at $23,816.00 is hereby authorized for FISCAL YEAR 2018.

 

AN ORDER,

 

06/08/17     COMMUNICATION, Mayor Mitchell, to City Council, submitting AN ORDER that in accordance with Massachusetts General Law Chapter 44, Section 53E½, the revolving fund under the control of the Department of Public Infrastructure, known as NEW BEDFORD RAILYARD & RAIL CROSSING REVOLVING FUND, whose revenues collected and amount limited to be spent are estimated at $100,000.00,  is hereby authorized for FISCAL YEAR 2018.

 

AN ORDER,

06/08/17     COMMUNICATION, Mayor Mitchell, to City Council, submitting AN ORDER that in accordance with Massachusetts General Law Chapter 44, Section 53E½, the revolving fund under the control of the Department of Public Infrastructure known as the NEW BEDFORD ENERGY NOW REVOLVING FUND, whose revenues collected and amount limited to be spent estimated at $21,256, is hereby authorized for FISCAL YEAR 2018.

 

AN ORDER,