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May 20th, 2013 · 1 Comment · Analysis and Comment, City Council, Development and Zoning, News and Events

Who says city employees are broke? On the City Council agenda for tonight’s meeting at 7 is a “Proposed ATM Service Agreement with Webster Bank, National Association for two (2) ATM Machines on the Premises of 999 Broad Street and 45 Lyon Terrace, referred to Contracts Committee.” Could it be after all these years City Hall and the Morton Government Center will each finally have an ATM machine? Also on the agenda is a “Proposed 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, referred to Economic and Community Development and Environment Committee.” Full council agenda:

Mayoral Proclamation: Recognizing the Columbus School TAG Program Words on Wheels 2013 Student Poetry Project.

City Council Citation: Recognizing the Columbus School TAG Program Words on Wheels 2013 Student Poetry Project.

Public Hearing re: Request for the Discontinuance of a Portion of Bank Street between Main Street and the Easement known as Middle Street.

Public Hearing re: Removal of a Utility Easement along the Former Riparian Street.

MINUTES FOR APPROVAL:

Approval of City Council Minutes: April 15, 2013

COMMUNICATIONS TO BE REFERRED TO COMMITTEES:

Communication from OPED re: Rescinding Resolution #26-05 Authorizing the Sell of Five (5) City-Owned Parcels to the Junior League of Eastern Fairfield County, referred to Economic and Community Development and Environment Committee.

Communication from Tax Collector re Municipal Suspense Tax Book, referred to Budget and Appropriations Committee.

Communication from Treasurer re: Proposed ATM Service Agreement with Webster Bank, National Association for two (2) ATM Machines on the Premises of 999 Broad Street and 45 Lyon Terrace, referred to Contracts Committee.

Communication from City Attorney re: Proposed Settlement of Pending Litigation with Vilmarie Reyes v. City of Bridgeport and Angel Rodriguez, referred to Miscellaneous Matters Committee.

Communication from OPED re: Proposed 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, referred to Economic and Community Development and Environment Committee.

Communication from OPED re: Proposed Resolution Accepting the Donation of Property Known as 316 Central Avenue, referred to Economic and Community Development and Environment Committee.

Communication from OPED re: Proposed Resolution Authorizing the Acquisition of 1216 Stratford Avenue, referred to Economic and Community Development and Environment Committee.

Communication from OPED re: Proposed Resolution Accepting the Donation of Property Known as 1196 Stratford Avenue, referred to Economic and Community Development and Environment Committee.

Communication from OPED re: Proposed Resolution concerning Disposition of City-Owned Properties to the Housing Authority and Request Ordering a Public Hearing relative to the same, referred to Economic and Community Development and Environment Committee.

MATTERS TO BE ACTED UPON (CONSENT CALENDAR):

Public Safety and Transportation Committee Report re: Request for the Discontinuance of a Portion of Bank Street between Main Street and the Easement known as Middle Street.

Public Safety and Transportation Committee Report re: Appointment of William Marshall (D) to the Fire Commission.

Public Safety and Transportation Committee Report re: Resolution regarding the Removal of a Utility Easement along the Former Riparian Street.

Public Safety and Transportation Committee Report re: Application for Waiver to Extend Driveway Width Located at 4200Park Avenue–Jewish Home Fairfield County Project.

Public Safety and Transportation Committee Report re: (Ref. #35-11) Main Street Traffic Signal Improvements–Utilizing Federal Funds under the Urban Component of the Surface Transportation Program: State Project No. 15-360, Federal-Aid Project No. 1015(126).

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