LOWELL CITY COUNCIL
TUESDAY, APRIL 28, 2015
CITY HALL, CITY COUNCIL CHAMBER TIME 6:30 PM
1. MAYOR’S BUSINESS
1.1. 1. Citation – Aaron Fox (Wastewater) recognizing idea regarding stop log wall and portable dam in Lowell’s Flood Protection Plan.
2. Citation – To Tolayuth Ok and Sereysophana Yauk recognizing owners of new business, The Lowell Flower Shop.
3. Citation – To Richman Yauk and Sokhamaty Sin recognizing owners of new business, Lowell Tavel and Tour.
2. CITY CLERK
2.1. Minutes of City Council Meeting April 21st; Substance Abuse SC April 16th, for acceptance. COMMUNICATIONS FROM THE CITY MANAGER
3. COMMUNICATIONS FROM THE CITY MANAGER
3.1. Communication – City Mgr. request Out of State Travel (1) Wastewater; (1) MIS.
VOTES FROM THE CITY MANAGER
4. VOTES FROM THE CITY MANAGER
4.1. Vote-Apply/Accept/Expend Grant (FLAP) $355,000 Downtown Pedestrian Signage Improvements
4.2. Vote-Apply/Accept/Expend Grant ($700K) Multiyear Multi Modal Improvements
ORDERS FROM THE CITY MANAGER
5. ORDERS FROM THE CITY MANAGER
5.1. Order-60 day trial (various) ORDINANCES FROM THE CITY MANAGER
6. ORDINANCES FROM THE CITY MANAGER
6.1. Ordinance-Amend Ch 266-47 Vehicles and Traffic re: Rosemont neighborhood
REPORTS (SUB / COMMITTEE, IF ANY)
7. REPORTS (SUB / COMMITTEE, IF ANY
8.1 Claims – (6) property damage.
8.2. National Grid – Request installation of 2 poles, 1 transformer and overhead conductor at 94 Canada Street.
8.3. National Grid – Req. installation of forty feet +/- of PVC conduit from Riverside St. to property line of 84 University Ave.
CITY COUNCIL – MOTIONS
9. CITY COUNCIL – MOTIONS
9.1. C. Mercier – Req. City Mgr. have Traffic Engineer check intersections in downtown where traffic takes a right or left while pedestrians have the walk signal (ie. Merrimack, Central, East Merrimack at Bridge Street etc.) and install proper signage.
9.2. C. Leahy – Req. City Mgr. have proper department work with Town of Tewksbury to repave area in and around 400 Clark Road.
9.3. C. Belanger – Req. City Mgr. update Council on joint marketing campaign between City of Lowell, UMass-Lowell and The Lowell Plan.