From tonight’s City Council agenda

posted by Mike on November 14th, 2006

A reader who looks at the weekly agenda sent in these items for your perusal:

11b.
Request City Manager report to City Council concerning the permitting and/or design review process that occurred within the Administration that resulted in the construction of the pawn shop building on Pleasant Street at the corner of Russell Street. (Murray)

11d.
Request City Manager request the South Middlesex Opportunity Council to provide him, the members of the appropriate Neighborhood Watch groups, KNIT Worcester and those who attended the SMOC session in June, 2006, with a detailed fact-specific neighborhood packet describing the program they plan to operate at 2 June Street. Further request that said detailed plan be posted in it’s entirety on the front page of the City’s web site by Friday, November 17, 2006. (Rushton, Murray, Smith, Perotto, Petty)

[I’m guessing this is the vet’s shelter building??]
11e.
Request City Manager provide City Council with a report concerning the arson investigation for the recent fire at 233 Canterbury Street. (Haller)

11g.
Request City Manager have the voting booths be examined for repair and repainting. (Toomey)

[Several items similar to this one… this is the old brick building near Elm St.]
20d.
REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON YOUTH, PARKS AND RECREATION Upon the Communication of the City Manager relative to a building study of the Fire Alarm and Telegraph Building on Park Ave: recommend Communication be placed on file.

20n.
REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON YOUTH, PARKS AND RECREATION Upon the Communication of the Roberta Schaefer, Executive Director, Worcester Regional Research Bureau transmitting: Respect for the Dead and Relief for the Budget: Can Privatization Improve Hope Cemetery?: recommend Communication be placed on file.

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