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Common Council Regular Meeting 20150610 1900

AWARDS, PRESENTATIONS AND SPECIAL RECOGNITIONS

AWARDS, PRESENTATIONS AND SPECIAL RECOGNITIONS

APPROVAL OF MINUTES FROM THE REGULAR MEETING OF APRIL 22, 2015.

PETITIONS

REPORTS OF BOARDS, COMMISSIONS, DEPARTMENTS AND

LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEES
**CONSENT AGENDA

REPORTS

CITY CLERK

**A.) ITEM # CLAIMS FOR INJURIES AND/OR PROPERTY DAMAGE. PURPOSE: RECEIPT OF CLAIMS.

REPORT OF: City Clerk

To Her Honor, the Mayor, and the Common Council of the City of New Britain: the undersigned beg leave to report the following:

ITEM #:

RE: CLAIMS FOR INJURIES AND/OR PROPERTY DAMAGE

CLAIMANTS NAME
Birnbaum, Fayna
Colon, Angel by Atty. Kimberly A. Graham
Filintarakis, Vasilios C.
Mark H. Bernacki
City Clerk

OFFICE OF CORPORATION COUNSEL

**B.) ITEM # SANSEVERINO V. CHROSTOWSKI, ET AL.

REPORT OF: Office of Corporation Counsel

To Her Honor, the Mayor, and the Common Council of the City of New Britain: the undersigned beg leave to report the following:

ITEM #:

RE: SANSEVERINO V. CHROSTOWSKI, et al.

RESOLVED, By the Common Council of the City of New Britain that the sum of SIXTY SIX THOUSAND DOLLARS ($66,000) be paid to Josephine Sanseverino and Jon Schoenhorn, Esq., her attorney, in full settlement of his suit against Chrostowski, et al, now pending in United States District Court in Hartford, Connecticut. The plaintiff’s first count was brought pursuant to 42 U.S.C. Sections 1983 and 1988, and the Fourth and Fourteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution, alleging that the search warrant for the plaintiff’s residence was defective, and that the defendants used excessive and unreasonable force during the execution of the search. The Plaintiffs also alleged the defendants violated the search and seizure provision of Article I, Section 7 of the Connecticut Constitution. The City of New Britain was exposed to not only paying damages to the plaintiff but also paying plaintiffs’ legal fees if the plaintiff was successful in the litigation. In Section 1983 matters, if plaintiff’s verdict is even $1 then the plaintiff can also collect the attorney fees. Plaintiff’s counsel alleged that his attorney’s fees and costs to date were over $80,000. (The majority of the costs were for the Second Circuit Appeal and Argument.) This recommendation is made upon the advice of City Attorney Irena J. Urbaniak, after settlement negotiations between City Attorney Irena J. Urbaniak and Jon Schoenhorn, Esq., with the approval and consent of Gennaro Bizzarro, Esq.
This suit is to be withdrawn by the plaintiff without costs to the City of New Britain and settlement is to be made without admission of any liability.

Irena J. Urbaniak
City Attorney

FINANCE DEPARTMENT

**C.) ITEM # LINE ITEM TRANSFERS WITHIN A DEPARTMENT’S BUDGET FOR PERIOD APRIL 14, 2015 THROUGH JUNE 3, 2015. PURPOSE: TRANSFERRED MONIES FROM ONE LINE ITEM TO ANOTHER WITHIN THEIR DEPARTMENTAL BUDGET.

REPORT OF: Finance Department

To Her Honor, the Mayor, and the Common Council of the City of New Britain: the undersigned beg leave to report the following:

ITEM #:

RE: Line Item Transfers within a department’s budget for the period April 14, 2015 through June 3, 2015
In accordance with the city of New Britain ordinance of Article VII – Finance, Section 2-494(3), the following departments have transferred monies from one line item to another within their departmental budget (total department budget has not changed). Each transfer will be continuously numbered from month to month throughout the fiscal year. This report represents the transfers executed by the mayor in accordance with the aforementioned ordinance for the period ending June 3, 2015

12. Department: Town & City Clerk
From: 001108001-5663 (Elections)
To: 001108001-5122 (Overtime)
Amount: $300.00
Brief Description: Funds needed due to unanticipated O.T. preparing agenda for Common Council meeting in January 2015

Rebecca Salerni
Deputy Finance Director

PURCHASING DEPARTMENT

**SUB D.) PUBLIC BID NO. 3832. PURPOSE: PLAGIA COMPANY, INC. TO PAY CITY $2,104 FOR RIGHT TO PROVIDE CONCESSION SERVICES AT

VARIOUS CITY PARKS.

REPORT OF: Finance Dept., Purchasing Division

To Her Honor, the Mayor, and the Common Council of the City of New Britain: the undersigned beg leave to report the following:

ITEM #:

RE: Public Bid No. 3832, Park Concession Rights for the Parks, Recreation and Community Services Department

DATE: June 17, 2015

Public Bid No. 3832 was solicited and received in accordance with the Purchasing Ordinances of the City of New Britain for Park Concession Rights at various City Parks. Under the terms of this public bid, bidders were to offer payment to the City for the right to provide concession services at various City Parks.

Invitations to bid were solicited and the bid was duly advertised in the New Britain Herald, the City and State of Connecticut’s Department of Administration Services websites and mailed to thirty-four (34) Concession Companies. The Purchasing Agent did not receive any letters from the Concession Companies on the mailing list who indicated they could not provide a response to the bid request. Only one (1) response was received as per the attached.

The bid received was reviewed for conformance to specifications by the Public Works Department, Parks, Recreation and Community Services Department’s Administration and the Purchasing Agent. Plagia Company, Inc. of Waterbury, CT was awarded the Park Concession Rights for Chesley Park, A.W. Stanley Park, Stanley Quarter Park, Washington Park, Willow Street Park, Walnut Hill Park and Willow Brook Pool the last time it was put out to Bid in 2014. Therefore the Director of the Parks, Recreation and Community Services Department is recommending that Plagia Company, Inc of Waterbury, CT be awarded the Concession Rights for Chesley Park, A.W. Stanley Park, Stanley Quarter Park, Washington Park, Willow Street Park, Walnut Hill Park and Willow Brook Park who offered a payment of $2,104.00 to the City for the Concession Rights to these Parks.

RESOLVED: That the Purchasing Agent is hereby authorized to grant Plagia Company, Inc. of Waterbury, CT the concession rights for Chesley Park, A.W. Stanley Park, Stanley Quarter Park, Washington Park, Willow Street Park, Walnut Hill Park and Willow Brook Park in accordance with the payment, terms and specifications of Public Bid No. 3832.

Jack Pieper
Purchasing Agent

**E.) ITEM # PUBLIC BID NO. 3833. PURPOSE: ON-CALL ROOT CONTROL SERVICES OF CITY SEWER PIPES BY MUNICIPAL SALES, INC. FROM JULY 1, 2015 TO JUNE 30, 2018.

REPORT OF: Finance Dept., Purchasing Division

To Her Honor, the Mayor, and the Common Council of the City of New Britain: the undersigned beg leave to report the following:

ITEM #:

RE: Public Bid No. 3833, On-Call Root Control Services for the Public Works Department, Utilities Division.

DATE: June 10, 2015

Public Bid No. 3833 was solicited and received in accordance with the Purchasing Ordinances of the City of New Britain for On-Call Root Control Services of City sewer pipes for the Public Works Department. Funding for this purchase is available in the Public Works Department, Utilities Division’s account number 208315101-5434, Sewer Fund, Maintenance Contracts.
Invitations to bid were solicited and the bid was duly advertised in the New Britain Herald Newspaper, the City and State of Connecticut’s Department of Administration Services websites and mailed to twelve (12) Root Control Companies. The Purchasing Agent did not receive any letters from the Root Control Companies on the mailing list who indicated that they could not respond to the bid request. Responses were received as per attached.
The bids were reviewed for conformance to specifications by the Public Works Department, Utilities Division’s Administration and the Purchasing Agent. Therefore the Deputy Director of the Public Works Department is recommending that the bid for the On-Call Root Control Services be awarded to Municipal Sales, Inc. of Queensbury, NY who submitted the lowest bid and met all of the bid specifications.
RESOLVED: That the Purchasing Agent is hereby authorized to enter into a contract and issue a Purchase Order for On-Call Root Control Services for a three (3) year period from July 1, 2015 to June 30, 2018 with Municipal Sale, Inc. of Queensbury, NY for the Public Works Department, Utilities Division, per the attached pricing, terms and conditions of Public Bid No. 3833.

Jack Pieper
Purchasing Agent

**F.) ITEM # PUBLIC BID NO. 3815. PURPOSE: $455,560 TO PARAMOUNT CONSTRUCTION, LLC. FOR SITE IMPROVEMENTS FOR STANLEY QUARTER

PARK ALTERNATE BID FOR BALL FIELD IMPROVEMENTS.

REPORT OF: Finance Dept., Purchasing Division

To Her Honor, the Mayor, and the Common Council of the City of New Britain: the undersigned beg leave to report the following:

ITEM #:

RE: Public Bid No. 3815, Site Improvements at Stanley Quarter Park for the Public Works Department.

DATE: June 10, 2015

Public Bid No. 3815 was solicited and received in accordance with the Purchasing Ordinances of the City of New Britain for Site Improvements at Stanley Quarter Park for the Public Works Department. Funding is available for this purchase within the City Wide Park Improvements Bond, account number 0083237601-5454 construction contracts.

Invitations to bid were solicited and the bid was duly advertised in the New Britain Herald and the Hartford Courant Newspapers, City and State of Connecticut’s Department of Administration Services websites and mailed to forty-two (42) Construction Companies. The Purchasing Agent did not receive any letters from the Construction Companies on the mailing list who indicated they could not provide a response to the bid request. Responses were received as per attached.

The bids were reviewed for conformance to specifications by the Public Works Department, Engineering Division and the Purchasing Agent. Paramount Construction, LLC, was the lowest responsible bidder for the total bid price for the Site Improvements at Stanley Quarter Park. They were awarded the Base Bid for the Loop Trail on March 25, 2015, per Resolution 33042 and met all of the bid specifications. The Director of Public Works is recommending that the Alternate Bid for the Ball Field Improvements also be awarded to Paramount Construction, LLC.

RESOLVED: That the Purchasing Agent is hereby authorized to issue a purchase order for $455,560.00 and enter into a contract with Paramount Construction, LLC of Newington, CT for Site Improvements at Stanley Quarter Park Alternate Bid for Ball Field Improvements for the Public Works Department per the terms and specifications of Public Bid No. 3815.

Jack Pieper
Purchasing Agent

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS

**G.) ITEM # RESPONSE TO PETITION 33121. PURPOSE: STREET LIGHT REQUEST ON LINDEN STREET.

REPORT OF: Department of Public Works

To Her Honor, the Mayor, and the Common Council of the City of New Britain: the undersigned beg leave to report the following:

ITEM #: 33121

RE: Streetlight on Linden Street Pole # 3056

Public Works field staff assessed the street lighting on Linden Street and determined there is sufficient lighting. There is currently a street light on every other pole and there is no overgrowth blocking the lights.

No further action will be taken.

Mark E. Moriarty, Director Public Works

**H.) ITEM # 2015-2016 SEWER USER FEES. PURPOSE: SEWER USER RATE OF $3.40/CCF OF WATER CONSUMPTION.

REPORT OF: Department of Public Works

To Her Honor, the Mayor, and the Common Council of the City of New Britain: the undersigned beg leave to report the following:

ITEM #:

RE: 2015 – 2016 SEWER USER FEES

On May 18, 2015 the Board of Public Works, acting as the Water Pollution Control Authority, held a required Public Hearing on the 2015-2016 Sewer User Fee rates.  At its meeting immediately following the Public Hearing, the Board of Public Works approved maintaining the current Sewer User Fee of $3.40/ccf of water consumption.

Mark E. Moriarty, Director Public Works

REPORTS RETURNED FROM COMMITTEE

COMMITTEE ON LICENSES

**I.) 33141 RECOMMENDATION FOR RESOLUTION 33141. PURPOSE: LICENSE TO BE ISSUED FOR PURPOSE OF CONDUCTING A CHARITY BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT.

REPORT OF: COMMITTEE ON LICENSES

To Her Honor, the Mayor, and the Common Council of the City of New Britain: the undersigned beg leave to report the following:

ITEM #: 33141

RE: Mark Carr Scholarship Fund

The Committee on Licenses, held a meeting on Monday, June 8, 2015, at 7:00 pm in the Council Chambers, voted to adopt and refer back to the Common Council with a favorable recommendation the following:

RESOLVED; by the Common Council of the City of New Britain that the Mayor be and is hereby authorized to issue to the Mark Carr Scholarship Fund, said licenses as may be issued under Chapter 5, Section 5-16 through 5-22, of the Code of Ordinances for the period of June 13, 2015, from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm, for the purpose of conducting a charity basketball tournament at the New Britain High School, 110 Mill Street.

Alderman Adam Platosz, Chair

**J.) 33142 RECOMMENDATION FOR RESOLUTION 33142. PURPOSE: LICENSE TO BE ISSUED FOR PURPOSE OF CONDUCTING A VINTAGE MOTORCAR FESTIVAL.

REPORT OF: COMMITTEE ON LICENSES

To Her Honor, the Mayor, and the Common Council of the City of New Britain: the undersigned beg leave to report the following:
ITEM #: 33142

RE: Kingberg Family Centers

The Committee on Licenses, held a meeting on Monday, June 8, 2015, at 7:00 pm in the Council Chambers, voted to adopt and refer back to the Common Council with a favorable recommendation the following:

RESOLVED; by the Common Council of the City of New Britain that the Mayor be and is hereby authorized to issue to the Klingberg Family Centers said licenses as may be issued under Chapter 5, Section 5-16 through 5-22, of the Code of Ordinances for the period of Saturday, June 20, 2015, from 9:30 am to 3:00 pm, for the purpose of conducting a vintage motorcar festival, 370 Linwood Street, New Britain.

Alderman Adam Platosz, Chair

STANDING CLAIM SUBCOMMITTEE

**K.) ITEM # CLAIMS SUBCOMMITTEE. PURPOSE: SETTLEMENT OF CLAIMS
REPORT OF: STANDING CLAIMS SUBCOMMITTEE
To Her Honor, the Mayor, and the Common Council of the City of New Britain: the undersigned beg leave to report the following:

ITEM #:
RE: Standing Claims Subcommittee

The Standing Claims Subcommittee of the Committee on Administration, Finance and Law at a regular meeting held on Wednesday evening, June 3, 2015, at 6:00 PM in Room 201, City Hall, having held public hearings and made investigations of said claims, respectfully begs leave to recommend the following:

RESOLVED; that the sum of $12,000.00 be paid to Brandon Crockett and John Q. Gale, his attorney, in full settlement of his claim of personal injury sustained as a result of an improperly covered sewer/storm drain on August 9, 2013.
Alderman Carlo Carlozzi, Jr. Chair

RESOLUTIONS RETURNED FROM COMMITTEE

1.) 33141 MARK CARR SCHOLARSHIP FUND. PURPOSE: LICENSE TO BE ISSUED FOR PURPOSE OF CONDUCTING A CHARITY BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT. S. BIELINSKI

Item #33141

RE: Charity Basket Ball Tournament to Benefit the Mark Carr Scholarship Fund

To Her Honor, the Mayor, and the Common Council of the City of New Britain: the undersigned beg leave to recommend the adoption of the following:

RESOLVED; by the Common Council of the City of New Britain that the Mayor be and is hereby authorized to issue to the Mark Carr Scholarship Fund, said licenses as may be issued under Chapter 5, Section 5-16 through 5-22, of the Code of Ordinances for the period of June 13, 2015, from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm, for the purpose of conducting a charity basketball tournament at the New Britain High School, 110 Mill Street.
Alderwoman Suzanne Bielinski

2.) 33142 KLINGBERG FAMILY CENTERS. PURPOSE: LICENSE TO BE ISSUED FOR THE PURPOSE OF CONDUCTING A VINTAGE MOTORCAR FESTIVAL. A. PLATOSZ

Item #33142

RE: Klingberg Vintage Motorcar Festival

To Her Honor, the Mayor, and the Common Council of the City of New Britain: the undersigned beg leave to recommend the adoption of the following:

RESOLVED; by the Common Council of the City of New Britain that the Mayor be and is hereby authorized to issue to the Klingberg Family Centers said licenses as may be issued under Chapter 5, Section 5-16 through 5-22, of the Code of Ordinances for the period of Saturday, June 20, 2015, from 9:30 am to 3:00 pm, for the purpose of conducting a vintage motorcar festival, 370 Linwood Street, New Britain.
Alderman Adam Platosz

NEW RESOLUTIONS

3.) ITEM # BUDGET TRANSFER – POLICE DEPARTMENT. PURPOSE: $143,000 TRANSFER WITHIN THE POLICE DEPARTMENT BUDGET TO PROVIDE FOR SALARY, OVERTIME AND REPAIR FUNDS. S. BIELINSKI, C. CARLOZZI, JR., W. PABON, E. SANCHEZ, R. SMEDLEY

Item # RE: Budget Transfer – Police Department

To Her Honor, the Mayor, and the Common Council of the City of New Britain: the undersigned beg leave to recommend the adoption of the following:

WHEREAS, the New Britain Police Department is charged to protect and preserve life, safeguard property, enforce laws, and provide public safety services in a lawful, professional and humane manner, with respect for the dignity of all citizens, and

WHEREAS, a budget transfer within the Police budget is requested to cover current shortages in several salary, overtime and repair accounts, and

WHEREAS, there are sufficient budgeted funds available for transfer within the Police Department’s annual budget, THEREFORE BE IT

RESOLVED, by the Common Council of the City of New Britain, that a budget transfer of $143,000 be made within the Police Department budget to provide for salary, overtime and repair funds as outlined below:
Transfer from the following accounts:
001211002-5127
Police Administration – Uniforms & Clothing
$15,500
001211002-5250
Police Administration – Retirement/FICA/MERF
$20,000
001211009-5121
Investigations - Full Time Salaries
$16,000
001211013-5121
Evidence - Full Time Salaries
$53,000
001211016-5122
Data Processing - OT
$1,500
001211025-5122
Crime Lab - OT
$37,000
Total
$143,000
Transfer to the following accounts:
001211002-5436
Administration – Equip Maint & Repair
$3,000
001211007-5630
Jail – Prisoner Meals
$1,000
001211009-5659
Investigations – Operating Material & Supplies
$5,000
001211010-5121
Youth Services – Full Time Salaries
$71,000
001211011-5122
Special Services - Overtime
$5,000
001211012-5122
Community Service - Overtime
$25,000
001211014-5122
Training - Overtime
$5,000
001211014-5337
Training – Training/Conferences
$8,000
001211017-5122
Police Records- Overtime
$4,000
001211020-5436
Police Fleet - Equip Maint & Repair
$8,000
001211023-5122
School Resource Officer - OT
$3,000
001211027-5122
Plate Reader - OT
$5,000
Total
$143,000
The Patrol - Full Time Salaries account has surplus funds that were not used, because those funds will be needed to pay a contractual obligation for unused holidays, which last year came to approximately $251,000.
Ald. Suzanne Bielinski - Police Liaison
Ald. Carlo Carlozzi, Jr. - Police Liaison
Ald. Wilfredo Pabon - Police Liaison
Ald. Emmanuel Sanchez - Police Liaison
Ald. Robert Smedley - Police Liaison

4.) ITEM # STATE PROJECT NO. 88-185, FEDERAL PROJECT NO. 1088(110). PURPOSE: SUPPORT FOR THE RECONSTRUCTION OF HART STREET.
C. CARLOZZI, JR., E. MAGNUSZEWSKI, D. NAPLES, E. SANCHEZ
Item #
RE: Support Resolution for the Reconstruction of Hart Street, State Project No. 88-185 Federal-Aid Project No. 1088(110)
To Her Honor, the Mayor, and the Common Council of the City of New Britain: the undersigned beg leave to recommend the adoption of the following:

Whereas, the Engineering Division of Public Works has completed the Preliminary Design stage of a project known as Reconstruction of Hart Street, further identified as State Project No. 88-185, which is located on Hart Street between Corbin Avenue to Linwood Street; and
Whereas, the City of New Britain has published a legal notice display advertisement, mailed a news release to a number of officials and agencies, and mailed a formal letter to abutting property owners and tenants announcing a Public Informational Meeting on the proposed STP Urban Transportation project known as the Reconstruction of Hart Street; and

Whereas, a Public Informational Meeting was held on Wednesday May 20th, 2015, at City Hall Room 504 located at 27 West Main Street New Britain, CT 06051, at 6:00 pm, at which meeting residents had an opportunity to voice their concerns; and
Whereas, the Capitol Region Council of Governments has selected this project as a regional priority and has agreed to utilize federal funds for Preliminary Engineering, Right-of-Way, and construction activities; and

Whereas, the project is located on a municipally owned road, the Preliminary Engineering phase was performed and completed in house by the City of New Britain Engineering Department, and the Engineering, Rights-of-Way, and Construction Phases will utilize 80% Federal funds, 10% State funds and 10% City of New Britain funds; and

Whereas, the Common Council has considered the concerns of the residents from the public hearing and finds that the proposed Reconstruction of Hart Street is in the best interest of the City of New Britain, and will promote the health, safety and general welfare of its residents and provide for convenience and safety of the motoring public, and;
Therefore be It Resolved, that the City of New Britain, based on the above information, and by virtue of this resolution, hereby fully supports the proposed project.
Alderman Carlo Carlozzi, Jr.
Alderwoman Eva Magnuszewski
Alderman Don Naples
Alderman Emmanuel Sanchez

5.) ITEM # CODE OF ORDINANCES SEC. 2-44.1 PURPOSE: PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO REQUIRE THREE DAYS BETWEEN HOLDING OF A BONDING SUBCOMMITTEE MEETING AND COMMON COUNCIL SPECIAL MEETING. M. TRUEWORTHY
Item # RE:
To Her Honor, the Mayor, and the Common Council of the City of New Britain: the undersigned beg leave to recommend the adoption of the following:
Resolution Summary: INTENT AND PURPOSE: To amend Section 2-44.1 of the Code or Ordinances to require 3 days between the holding of a bonding subcommittee meeting and Common Council special meeting.
BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF NEW BRITAIN that the Chapter 2, Section 2-44.1of the Code of Ordinances City of New Britain, be amended as follows: (inserted text appears in underline; deleted text appears in strikethrough; new sections begin with the word [new]):
Sec. 2-44.1 Standing bonding subcommittee.

(a) Establishment; composition; chairperson. There is hereby created a standing bonding subcommittee of the committee on administration, finance and law. Such standing bonding subcommittee shall consist of all members of the committee on administration, finance and law and the common council shall appoint these members. The committee shall also contain two (2) members of the board of finance and taxation who shall be appointed by the mayor with the consent of the common council. The chairperson of the standing bonding subcommittee shall be the same as the chairperson of the committee on administration, finance and law. The mayor or the chair of the committee on administration, finance and law shall have the authority to call meetings of the standing bonding subcommittee.

(b) Duties. The bonding committee shall examine all public works projects, capital improvement projects, school building projects, accrued liabilities and all other projects in the city for which bonding has been proposed and referred by the mayor. The committee shall report its recommendations concerning such projects to the common council and the mayor within sixty (60) days of the referral of those projects to the bonding committee.

(c) Bond authorization and adoption. The bonding committee shall present a report regarding its bond appropriation recommendation to the common council at a special meeting, to be held no sooner than three (3) days after the meeting of the bonding committee, called specifically to act upon such recommendation and bond resolution.

(d) Public notice. Publication of a notice in a newspaper circulated in the city as well as being posted on the City of New Britain website, shall be made at least forty-eight (48) hours prior to the special meeting of the common council, which notice shall contain the date, time and location and the proposed recommendation and bond resolution.

(e) Sale of notes and bonds. The mayor and treasurer shall have the authority to borrow in the name of the city, by obligations signed by the mayor and countersigned by the treasurer, such sums of as in their opinion may be needed to defray bond appropriations which have been authorized. Such borrowings in the form of bond anticipation notes, revenue or general obligation bonds may at the discretion of the mayor be sold through on a negotiated sale basis or through competitive bid, whichever is deemed to be in the best interest of the city.
Alderman Michael Trueworthy

UNFINISHED BUSINESS

32554 RESOLUTION RE: APPROVAL OF AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF NEW BRITAIN AND LOCAL 1186. TABLED 11/13/2013

32697 REPORT OF PURCHASING DEPT. RE: ON CALL ENGINEERING SERVICES – LANDFILL AND RECYCLING CENTER COMPLIANCE MONITORING – PUBLIC WORKS DEPT. TABLED 04/23/2014

32767 RESOLUTION RE: FISCAL YEAR 2015 COMMUNITY SERVICES BUDGET AMENDMENTS. TABLED 06/11/2014

32953 RESOLUTION RE: APPROVAL OF AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF NEW BRITAIN AND LOCAL 871 – NEW BRITAIN FEDERATION OF TEACHERS.
TABLED 12/10/2014

 

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