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City Council To Take Up Airport Safety Zone Issue

August 4th, 2013 · 5 Comments · City Council, Development and Zoning, News and Events

John Ricci has been canned as airport manager. He will contest it. The airport safety zone issue continues to be a financial crash for the city. City Council agenda for Monday 7 p.m. at City Hall, 45 Lyon Terrace:

85-12 Public Hearing re: Disposition of City-Owned Properties to the Housing Authority.

Council Discussion with Administration on Sikorsky Airport Safety Zone Installation and Easement Issue.

MINUTES FOR APPROVAL:

Approval of City Council Minutes: June 17, 2013

COMMUNICATIONS TO BE REFERRED TO COMMITTEES:

117-12 Communication from Mayor re: Appointment of Edward Hendricks (R) to the Fire Commission, referred to Public Safety and Transportation Committee.

118-12 Communication from Health & Social Services re: Proposed Student Education Affiliation Agreement with Southern Connecticut State University, referred to Contracts Committee.

119-12 Communication from OPED re: Proposed Resolution Concerning the Disposition of City-Owned Property to the Housing Authority (HACB) and Ordering a Public Hearing Relative to the same, referred to Economic and Community Development and Environment Committee.

120-12 Communication from OPED re: Proposed Resolution Concerning the Disposition and Redevelopment of City-Owned Property Located at 18-20 Island Brook Avenue and Ordering a Public Hearing Relative to the same, referred to Economic and Community Development and Environment Committee.

COMMUNICATIONS TO BE REFERRED TO COMMITTEES CONTINUED:

121-12 Communication from Chief Administrative Office re: (Ref. #35-10 & 53-11) Proposed Resolution regarding HOME Program Subrecipient Administrator for Down Payment and Closing Cost Assistance Program for PY37 and PY38, referred to Economic and Community Development and Environment Committee.

122-12 Communication from Public Facilities re: Proposed Professional Design Services Agreement with Stantec Consulting Services, Inc. for an All Inclusive Playground Located at Beardsley Park, referred to Contracts Committee.

123-12 Communication from Public Facilities re: (Ref. #83-11) Proposed Professional Design Services Agreement with Stantec Consulting Services, Inc. for a Neighborhood Park Located at 115 Virginia Avenue, referred to Contracts Committee.

124-12 Communication from OPED re: (Ref. #82-12) Proposed Resolution Concerning the Transfer of Real Property Located at 112 Madison Avenue and 118 Madison Avenue, referred to Economic and Community Development and Environment Committee.

125-12 Communication from Central Grants and Community Development re: Grant Submission: Southwestern Connecticut Agency on the Aging (SWCAA) Title III Funds Program for the East Side Senior Center, referred to Economic and Community Development and Environment Committee.

126-12 Communication from Central Grants and Community Development re: Grant Submission: Southwestern Connecticut Agency on the Aging (SWCAA) Title III Funds Program for the Evidence Based Tai Chi Program, referred to Economic and Community Development and Environment Committee.

127-12 Communication from Central Grants and Community Development re: Grant Submission: Southwestern Connecticut Agency on the Aging (SWCAA) Title III Funds Program for the Senior Chore Program, referred to Economic and Community Development and Environment Committee.

128-12 Communication from Central Grants and Community Development re: Grant Submission: Southwestern Connecticut Agency on the Aging (SWCAA) Title III Funds Program for the Elderly Hispanic Program, referred to Economic and Community Development and Environment Committee.

129-12 Communication from Central Grants and Community Development re: Grant Submission: State of Connecticut Department of Economic and Community Development, State Historic Preservation Office for Arts Catalyzing Placemaking (ACP) Grant Program, referred to Economic and Community Development and Environment Committee.

COMMUNICATIONS TO BE REFERRED TO COMMITTEES CONTINUED:

130-12 Communication from Library re: Grant Submission: Connecticut State Library for an Every Child Ready to Read (ECRR) Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) Grant, referred to Economic and Community Development and Environment Committee.

MATTERS TO BE ACTED UPON (CONSENT CALENDAR):

*81-12 Economic and Community Development and Environment Committee Report re: Resolution Adopting the South Avenue Project Development Plan and Authorizing the Bridgeport Port Authority to Acquire, including by Eminent Domain, Certain Real Properties within the Plan area.

*82-12 Economic and Community Development and Environment Committee Report re: Resolution Accepting the Donation of Property Known as 316 Central Avenue.

*109-12 Economic and Community Development and Environment Committee Report re: Resolution releasing the City’s Rights of Reversion over certain Properties and Authorizing the City to Accept a Donation of Property to further Redevelopment of the East End.

*111-12(PHO)Economic and Community Development and Environment Committee Report re: Public Hearing Ordered for September 3, 2013: re Adoption and Authorization to Implement the Black Rock School Municipal Development Plan (“BRSMDP”).

*86-12 Miscellaneous Matters Committee Report re: Appointment of Charles McNeill (D) to the Harbor Commission.

*103-12 Miscellaneous Matters Committee Report re: Appointment of Margot Reynolds (U) to the Food Policy Council.

*104-12 Miscellaneous Matters Committee Report re: Appointment of Esperina Baptiste (U) to the Food Policy Council.

*105-12 Miscellaneous Matters Committee Report re: Appointment of Christine Stafstrom (D) to the Food Policy Council.

*106-12 Miscellaneous Matters Committee Report re: Appointment of Fred Kaskowitz (D) to the Food Policy Council.

*107-12 Miscellaneous Matters Committee Report re: Appointment of Audrey M. Barr (D) to the Food Policy Council.

*113-12 Miscellaneous Matters Committee Report re: Appointment of James C. Carl (D) to the Ethics Commission.

MATTERS TO BE ACTED UPON:

114-12 Economic and Community Development and Environment Committee Report re: Resolution regarding Acquisition of the New Senior Center in 2013 and the Temporary Relocation of the Downtown Cabaret Theatre in 2014.

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