Monday’s City Council agenda, 7 p.m.
This meeting will be conducted by teleconference.
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Dial-In Number: (929) 436-2866
Meeting ID: 381 083 245
58-20 Public Hearing re: Proposed Resolution Authorizing a Lease Agreement for a portion of 80 Hastings Street to allow for an Outdoor Tasting and Picnic Area for Fifth State Distillery.
59-20 Public Hearing re: Proposed Resolution Authorizing Disposition of Four (4) City-Owned Properties.
66-20 Public Hearing re: Proposed Resolution Approving Programs for Connecticut Neighborhood Assistance Act Tax Credit Program Applications.
MINUTES FOR APPROVAL:
Approval of City Council Minutes: April 5, 2021
COMMUNICATIONS TO BE REFERRED TO COMMITTEES:
69-20 Communication from WPCA re: Proposed Water Pollution Control Authority Budget for Fiscal Year 2021-2022, ACCEPTED AND MADE PART OF THE RECORD.
70-20 Communication from City Attorney re: Proposed Settlement of Pending Litigation with Klyde Jacques, referred to Miscellaneous Matters Committee.
72-20 Communication from Tax Collector re: Municipal Suspense Tax Book, referred to Budget and Appropriations Committee.
73-20 Communication from Finance re: Proposed Approval of General Obligation Bonds – To Fund Certain Capital Improvement Projects, referred to Budget and Appropriations Committee.
74-20 Communication from Finance re: Proposed Approval of General Obligation Bonds – To Refund Certain General Obligation Bonds, referred to Budget and Appropriations Committee.
75-20 Communication from Finance re: Proposed Approval of Tax Anticipation Notes (TANS) To Pay Current Expenses and Obligations of the City – FY2022, referred to Budget and Appropriations Committee.
RESOLUTIONS TO BE REFERRED TO BOARDS, COMMISSIONS, ETC.:
71-20 Resolution presented by Council Member(s) Valle & Nieves re: Proposed request for the Installation of a Streetlight on Utility Pole #6365 located at 1259 Kossuth Street, referred to Public Safety and Transportation Committee.
MATTERS TO BE ACTED UPON (CONSENT CALENDAR):
*33-20 Contracts Committee Report re: Professional Services Agreement with Marshall K. Robinson for a Ballistics Expert in the Police Department.
*60-20 Contracts Committee Report re: (Ref. #119-13) First Amendment to the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) and License Agreement with Sacred Heart University, Inc. from August 2014.
*58-20 Joint Committee on Economic and Community Development and Environment and Contracts Report re: Resolution Authorizing a Lease Agreement for a portion of 80 Hastings Street to allow for an Outdoor Tasting and Picnic Area for Fifth State Distillery.
MATTERS TO BE ACTED UPON:
42-20 Public Safety and Transportation Committee Report re: Grant Submission: Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Assistance to Firefighters Grant (AFG) Program (#21210 & #21483).