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8.19 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES
Code Enforcement Division
A. Transmitting Informational Communication Relative to the Maximum Occupancy, According to Local and State Building Code Regulations, at each of the SMOC Lodging House Locations Across the City.
B. Transmitting Informational Communication Relative to the Appointment of the Deputy Director of Code Enforcement and the Appointment of the Housing Director within the Division of Code Enforcement.
C. Transmitting Informational Communication Relative to any Impact upon the City of Worcester Due to the Framingham SMOC Common Ground Shelter Closing.
D. Transmitting Informational Communication Relative to a Report on the Progress for the Closure of the PIP Shelter at 701 Main St.
E. Transmitting Informational Communication relative to Clients at the Proposed SMOC Facilities on June, Claremont and Catharine Streets.
B. Recommend that Seventy Thousand Dollars And No Cents ($70,000.00) be transferred from Account # 91C711, Citywide Building Rehabilitation and be appropriated to Account # 55C700, Worcester Public Library Rehabilitation to provide funds for the design and installation of an air conditioning system at the Frances Perkins Branch Library as well at to replace carpeting in the Banx and Saxe meeting rooms of the Main Library.