1. CITY CLERK
1.1. Minutes of City Council Inauguration January 4th; City Council Meeting January 5th, for acceptance.
2. UNFINISHED BUSINESS
2.1. C. Elliott – Req. City Mgr. provide a report on status of property at 155 Mansur Street.
GENERAL PUBLIC HEARINGS
3. GENERAL PUBLIC HEARINGS
3.1. Ordinance-Amend Zoning-Extend NB Zone to include 8 and 20 Stockbridge Ave and 9 Magnolia St.
COMMUNICATIONS FROM THE CITY MANAGER
4. COMMUNICATIONS FROM THE CITY MANAGER
4.1. Motion Responses:
(A) Alternative Methods of Snow Removal
(B) Cupples Square Business District Parking Meters
(C) Letter of Support for Governor Baker’s Substance Abuse Legislation
(D) Marchand Oil
(E) School Repairs
(F) Delinquent Payments for Public Safety Details
(G) Charter Change Update
4.2. Communication – Report and Recommendation – Planning Board – Extend NB Zoning District to include
parcels at Stockbridge Avenue and Magnolia Street.
4.3. Communication – City Mgr. request Out of State Travel (1) Health Dept.
VOTES FROM THE CITY MANAGER
5. VOTES FROM THE CITY MANAGER
5.1. Vote-Accept Gift ($1500) to purchase ballistic vest for K-9 at LPD
5.2. Vote-Accept Proposal ($300,000) Coalition for Better Acre to purchase -412 Merrimack St. – Smith
Baker CenterORDERS FROM THE CITY MANAGER
6. ORDERS FROM THE CITY MANAGER
6.1. Order-60 day trial (Various)
ORDINANCES FROM THE CITY MANAGER
7. ORDINANCES FROM THE CITY MANAGER
7.1. Ordinance-Amend Zoning s .11.4 Site Plan Review (sidewalk standards to schools not operated by
RESOLUTIONS FROM THE CITY MANAGER
8. RESOLUTIONS FROM THE CITY MANAGER
8.1. Resolution-Support Legislation to Fix Gas Leaks (House Bills 2870 and 2871)
REPORTS (SUB / COMMITTEE, IF ANY)
9. REPORTS (SUB / COMMITTEE, IF ANY)
10.1. Claims – (3) property.
10.2. Misc. – Cricket Wireless request permission to install overhanging sign at 120 Merrimack Street.
10.3. Misc. – Klas and Anita Romberg request reconsideration regarding subdivision of property at 155
10.4. Misc. – Deborah Cortes request to address City Council regarding parking of vehicle in residential yard.
CITY COUNCIL – MOTIONS
11. CITY COUNCIL – MOTIONS
11.1. C. Mercier – Req. City Council support a resolution to Congresswoman Tsongas to restore 80% of the
drug forfeiture money to the Lowell Police Department.
11.2. C. Samaras/C. Leary – Req. City Mgr. have Traffic Engineer explore traffic safety issue created by cars
using breakdown lane to turn right onto Old Ferry Road from Route 110 (Pawtucket Blvd.).
11.3. C. Leary – Req. City Mgr. contact Congresswomen Tsongas, Senator Markey and Senator Warren in
order to discuss appropriate funding for the “Newcomer” students entering the Lowell Public Schools.
In addition, work with the Lowell Public Schools to ensure that we are coordinating our efforts
regarding “Newcomer” student funding appropriation.
11.4. C. Leahy – Req. City Mgr. have proper department address litter issue in pan-handling areas around the
12. Time for meeting to stand adjourned.