REGULAR MEETING OF THE CITY COUNCIL
November 20,2018


The meeting was called to order by President McGee at 07:05 PM.

The Clerk called the roll. Absent members: 2 (Anderson-Burgos, Leahy) Present Members 11 (Bartley, Bresnahan, Lebron-Martinez, Lisi, McGee, McGiverin, Roman, Sullivan, Tallman, Vacon, Valentin).

The name of Councilor Roman was drawn to head the roll call voting.

Proclamation was given to Carl Eger for his various work and volunteerism for the City of Holyoke.


LAID ON THE TABLE

The Committee on Finance to whom was referred an application of Mr. Fara Bahrehmand to renew a license to operate taxi cab number 65, 09, 27, 29, and 58 upon any public way in the City of Holyoke Recommend that the applications be approved
Under Discussion: Councilor McGiverin stated that he felt that the order should and can be approved as long as the inspections take place.
---> Receive and adopted.
PUBLIC COMMENT
Kirsten Beatty 149 Central Pk. Dr. spoke on small cell towers that are being proposed and noted that these towers are being proposed to be able to go anywhere and everywhere without any control or regulation. It was noted that there are FCC controls on such towers. It was noted that Pittsfield has an ordinance on the books and noted that other towns and communities have passed regulations. Beatty spoke on how cancer has a clear connection with wireless.
Peter Albert Williams 101 Pearl St. spoke spoke and stated that he works on community meetings. Mr. Williams spoke and stated that he is against the new sign ordinance that was passed by the Council. Mr. Williams stated that he feels the ordinance is a violation of his rights to freedom of speech.
Anne Bisbee 101 Pearl St. spoke against the sign ordinance and stated that the ordinance is a waste of tax payer money. Mrs. Bisbee encouraged Council to repeal the order.
Ken Lefebvre 277 SuffolkSt. spoke against the ordinance restricting temporary signs and encouraged the Council to rescind the ordinance.
Paola Ferrario 25 Morgan St. spoke against the sign ordinance and encouraged the City Council to rescind the ordinance. Mrs. Ferrario stated that specifically she feels that the language in the ordinance is too vague. Mrs. Ferrario stated that the ordinance breaks freedom of speech and also tries to define things that are very hard to define such as what is political and what is not.
Josh Knox spoke and thanked Councilors for all they do. Mr. Knox had complaints about the search feature on the City website. Mr. Knox had had some suggestions having to do with the City Council website.
Thomas Hall and Sarah Marie Belcastro 231 W. Franklin St. spoke and recommended that the sign ordinance that was passed be rescinded. Mrs. Belcastaro stated that most people will not have the time or wherewithal to be able to pick up the needed forms and registration needed to be in compliance with the ordinance.
Elizabeth Carreti 495 Appleton St. Atp. 3 spoke on the potential gas pipeline in the City. Mrs. Caretti stated that the cannabis industry uses a lot of energy. Elizabeth Mrs. Caretti spoke on the environmental impact of the gas pipe being installed in the City. Mrs. Caretti stated that she does not have faith in Columbia Gas to protect people.
Jaqueline Velez 99 Tokeneke Rd. spoke and also addressed the potential negative impacts of the proposed gas pipeline into the City.
Mr. Price Armstrong spoke on the need to protect natural resources within the City noting climate change impacts.

Motion was made and seconded to suspend the necessary rules and take Late File E out of order:
MCGEE, Lisi, McGiverin, Sullivan, Tallman, Valentin Ordered, that That the City Council revisit the new sign ordinance and place a moratorium on its enforcement. In light of the ACLU concerns with the language it is important to make sure peoples rights are not violated.
It was noted that the order was to place a moratorium on the temporary signs ordinance to further explore it and perhaps find some other alternative. Motion made and seconded to amend the order to add a rescind option onto the language. Under discussion Councilor McGiverin suggested having two separate orders, one stating to rescind the order and one ordering a moratorium. Councilor McGiverin stated that this would give the Council better options procedurally.
Councilor Bresnahan stated that the Council should be mindful of the City Council rules and noted that the orders being taken up are late file orders that are not an emergency in nature.
Councilor Valentin spoke and noted there was a veto from Mayor Morse and stated that only three Councilors voted in favor of upholding the Mayor’s veto. Councilor Valentin stated that Oct. 16th there was a vote 9-3 to override the veto. Councilor Valentin stated that thirty days was all it took for the ACLU to take up the law suit which signifies that there should be urgency shown by the Council.
Councilor Lisi stated that the court date is Thursday of next week and stated that the Council should clearly express that the City is taking the law suit seriously. Councilor Lisi spoke on her intent to vote to rescind the ordinance.
Councilor Todd McGee spoke and stated that nobody in the Council is purposely trying to take away rights and that the ordinance was created to address certain issues. Councilor McGee expressed support for the moratorium and called for decorum and for civil debate throughout the process.
---> Received and adopted. Copy to Ordinance.
Approved by the Mayor.

Motion was made and seconded to suspend the necessary rules and take Late File F out of order:
LISI, McGee, Valentin Ordered, that That the most recent changes to the sign ordinance be rescinded.
Under discussion:
Councilor Vacon suggested that the order be amended to charge the Committee with revising the order. Councilor Lisi stated that she has an order in the jacket asking for a comprehensive study of the whole ordinance. Councilor Vacon stated that the Ord. Committee followed a thorough procedure in creating the Ordinance including hosting public hearings and getting feedback from the Law Dept. and to just throw away the whole ordinance just because a complaint was filed is not doing justice to the process that the Council has in place.
---> Received and referred to the Ordinance Committee.


COMMUNICATIONS

From City Clerk Brenna Murphy McGee, MMC minutes of November 7, 2018.
---> Received and adopted.

From Hector Carrasquillo, Personnel Director letter re: Order from Councilor Bresnahan on City Treasurer certifications, Licenses, etc.
---> Received.

Motion was made and seconded to suspend the necessary rules and take item 17 out of order
MCGEE Ordered, that the City Council fill the expired term position for the CPA committee (the city councils appointment).
Under discussion: Councilor Roman stated that he would be voting for someone from Ward 2 to get some more representation from lower wards and to add more diversity to the committee. Councilor Sullivan stated that this person deserves more than just a one year term and also stated that a new person would be behind in learning about the committee. Councilor McGiverin spoke in favor of Kip Foley and gave his commendations to Mr. Foley and the work he has done on the CPA Committee.

---> Motion was made and seconded to move to the first ballot,
On the first ballot Kip Foley received 8 votes (Bartley, Bresnahan, Lisi, McGee, McGiverin, Sullivan, Tallman, Vacon), Israel Rivera received 3 votes (Lebron-Martinez, Roman, Valentin). Kip Foley was elected to a 1 year term expiring.

From Kip Foley letter of interest to serve on the CPA committee as an appointee of the City Council.
---> Received.

From Board of Fire Commission minutes of October 17, 2018.
---> Received.

Motion was made and seconded to suspend the necessary rules and take item 25 out of order and pair with item 6
ROMAN, Lisi, Valentin Ordered, that Resolution to the Holyoke City Council, November 15, 2018                       
 A RESOLUTION
OPPOSING THE EXPANSION OF GAS INFRASTRUCTURE AND CALLING FOR INCREASED DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION OF RENEWABLE AND CLEAN ENERGY SOURCES
see attached.
---> Received and referred to the Development and Governmental Relations Committee. Copy to Mayor and HG & E.

Petition from citizens of Holyoke re: Holyoke Gas & Elec Memorandum of Understanding with Columbia Gas of Massachusetts to increase the amount of Gas the cities, of Northampton, Easthampton and Holyoke Receive.
---> Received and referred to the Development and Governmental Relations Committee. Copy to Mayor and HG & E.

Presidents Report: Councilor McGee spoke on upgrades and repairs that have taken place on the AV equipment in the Council Chambers. Councilor McGee spoke on Clerk’s Office deadline for getting orders in noting that staffing conflicts have made it a necessity to move the deadline for getting orders in to Thursday. Councilor McGee gave update on tax classification and spoke about thank you cards given to the Council from Personnel office to disperse. Councilor McGee wished everyone a happy Thanksgiving. Councilor Sullivan spoke on expo on November 29th that he is having noting that it would be to speak on remediation and other issues in the City involving development and redevelopment. Councilor Lebron-Martinez gave overview of community meeting that will be coming up in Ward 1B. It was noted that December 20th the community meeting would take place. It was noted by Councilor McGiverin Holiday Market would take place again at the Holyoke Merry go Round.

PETITIONS

Petition of Mt. Tom Solar, LLC for a special permit amendment (8.1) to construct in a floodplain overlay district at 200 Northampton St.
---> Received and referred to the Development and Governmental Relations Committee.

Petition of Westfield Bank for a special permit for an Installation of Drive thru ATM at 1650 Northampton St.
---> Received and referred to the Ordinance Committee.

Petition of Jessica Rivera for a non-conforming use (4.7.2) at 226-228-230 Sargeant St.
---> Received and referred to the Development and Governmental Relations Committee.

REPORTS OF COMMITTEES

The Committee on Ordinance to whom was referred an order that  the City of Holyoke Personnel Department and its contractors review and make revisions to their current civil service processes and eliminate any barriers, during an interview and application process, that may preclude applicants with criminal records from gaining employment with the City of Holyoke and/or its contractors.  Giving exception to any employment having to deal with the elderly, and the youth.

have considered the same and Recommend that the order be adopted .

Committee Members:
Linda L. Vacon
David K. Bartley
Rebecca Lisi
Juan . Anderson-Burgos
Nelson R. Roman
Under discussion: Councilor Vacon spoke and gave information on the order and stated that one part of the legal language would need to be stricken. It was noted that in section C1 the word “city standards” would be removed and be replaced by the words “state law” Motion made and seconded to amend the order to reflect the language change: Motion passed by voice vote. Councilor Roman spoke and thanked everyone that spoke on the order and those who have been a part of the discussion and for the support residents have shown for the order.
---> Report of Committee received and the Ordinance passed its first reading.
The Ordinance passed its second reading.
The Ordinance was passed to be enrolled.
The Committee has considered the same and find that it is truly and properly enrolled.
Report of Enrollment received.
The Ordinance was passed to be Ordained and Adopted on a call of the roll of the yeas and nays --Yeas 10--Nays 0--Absent 3 (Anderson-Burgos, Bresnahan, Leahy).
Approved by the Mayor.

The Committee on Ordinance to whom was referred an order that The City council amend its ordinances to create a committee to study the costs and benefits of involved with the City of Holyoke establishing its own animal control facility.  The expectation is that the committee, once created, will produce a report to be reviewed by the Board of Health, City Council, Mayor and other relevant departments.

have considered the same and Recommend that the order be adopted.

Committee Members:
Linda L. Vacon
David K. Bartley
Rebecca Lisi
Juan . Anderson-Burgos
Nelson R. Roman

---> Received and referred to the Ordinance Committee.

The Committee on Ordinance to whom was referred an order that The City Council and Mayor amend the city ordinances to create a commission whose purpose is to consider all aspects of the Whiting Street Reservoir.  The commission should be comprised of Holyoke residents only.  The charge of the commission should include reviewing costs to maintain the Reservoir and repurposing it for future use as well as ensuring that reasonable environmental considerations are maintained

have considered the same and recommend that the order be adopted .

Committee Members:
Linda L. Vacon
David K. Bartley
Rebecca Lisi
Juan . Anderson-Burgos
Nelson R. Roman

---> Received and referred to the Ordinance Committee.

The Committee on Ordinance to whom was referred an order that a handicap sign be placed in front of 145 Essex St. for Carlos Espada

have considered the same and Recommend that the order be adopted .

Committee Members:
Linda L. Vacon
David K. Bartley
Rebecca Lisi
Juan . Anderson-Burgos
Nelson R. Roman
Under discussion: It was noted that the application was vetted and reviewed by the Commission on Disabilities and that the recommendation was to adopt the order.
---> Report of Committee received and the Ordinance passed its first reading.
The Ordinance passed its second reading.
The Ordinance was passed to be enrolled.
The Committee has considered the same and find that it is truly and properly enrolled.
Report of Enrollment received.
The Ordinance was passed to be Ordained and Adopted on a call of the roll of the yeas and nays --Yeas 10--Nays 0--Absent 3 (Anderson-Burgos, Bresnahan, Leahy).
Approved by the Mayor.

The Committee on Ordinance to whom was referred an order that The Mayor and City Auditor work with the various department heads thus impacted to provide a capital budget to the City Council for FY20 and subsequent years. To not have a capital budget is short sided and ultimately very costly to taxpayers.

have considered the same and Recommend that the order be complied with.

Committee Members:
Linda L. Vacon
David K. Bartley
Rebecca Lisi
Juan . Anderson-Burgos
Nelson R. Roman
Councilor McGiverin spoke and stated that there is a 5 year capital plan but that the Council has not seen it. Councilor McGiverin stated that the 5 year plan is supposed to be tweaked every year just to keep up with department priorities and changing budget cycles. It was noted that City Auditor was present and agreed to give out a spread sheet to keep the City Council updated on the 5-year capital plan.
---> Report of Committee received and recommendation adopted.

The Committee on Finance to whom was referred a Memorandum of Agreement (Conservation and Sustainability Director)
have considered the same and Awaiting disposition .

Committee Members:
Joseph M. McGiverin
James M. Leahy
Peter R. Tallman
Michael J. Sullivan
Todd McGee
Under discussion: Councilor McGiverin spoke and stated that the Item should be referred back to Committee in order for it to be archived in the files.
---> Received and referred to the Finance Committee.

The Committee on Finance to whom was referred an order Ordered, that there be and is hereby appropriated by transfer in the fiscal year 2019, twenty two thousand five hundred and 00/100 Dollars ($22,500) as follows:

FROM:
11511-51101 Pay-Solicitor $22,500
TOTAL: $22,500
TO:
11511-51102 Pay-Assistant Solicitor $22,500
TOTAL: $22,500

have considered the same and Recommend the order be adopted.

Committee Members:
Joseph M. McGiverin
James M. Leahy
Peter R. Tallman
Michael J. Sullivan
Todd McGee
Under discussion: Councilor McGiverin gave overview information and discussion that took place in Finance Committee. Councilor McGiverin stated that it was thought that the transaction would be simple but that under further review there are more questions that need to be answered in order to act on the item. Councilor McGiverin asked that the order be tabled to allow for the Council to gain more information.
---> Report of Committee received and laid on the table.

The Committee on Finance to whom was referred an order , that there be and is hereby appropriated by transfer in the fiscal year 2019, two thousand six hundred fifty and 00/100 Dollars ($2,650) as follows:

FROM:
11351-51105 Head Clerk $2,650
TOTAL: $2,650
TO:
11711-51101 Director - Conservation $2,650
TOTAL: $2,650
(Recommended by the Mayor)

have considered the same and Recommend that the order be adopted .

Committee Members:
Joseph M. McGiverin
James M. Leahy
Peter R. Tallman
Michael J. Sullivan
Todd McGee
Under discussion: Councilor McGiverin spoke and gave info on the order noting the Mayor, Building Commissioner, and Conservation Commissioner were present at the meeting. It was noted that this is a performance based raise for the Conservation Commissioner. Councilor McGiverin gave overview of the work Mr. Smith does and the many hats he wears in the City. Motion was made and seconded to adopt the order. Councilor Bartley spoke and stated that this is a bargaining unit and that this is a case where the bargaining unit is plucking someone and singling them out for a raise. Councilor Bartley stated that this is a bizarre situation. Councilor Bartley stated that this money was taken out of a City Council appointees budget and that the appointee has been on the job for barely 30 days. Councilor Bartley noted that the City Auditor has stated that she would like to eventually fill the position.
---> Report of Committee passed two readings and Adopted on a call of the roll of the yeas and nays --Yeas 10--Nays 0--Absent 3 (Anderson-Burgos, Leahy, Roman).
Approved by the Mayor.

The Committee on Finance to whom was referred an order : that the City Council adopt the provisions of Sections 63, 64, and 65 of Chapter 139 of the Acts of 2012, which allows retirement systems to increase the minimum benefit of Section 101 survivors from $6,000 or $9,000 to $12,000.
(Recommended by the Mayor)

have considered the same and Recommend that the order be adopted .

Committee Members:
Joseph M. McGiverin
James M. Leahy
Peter R. Tallman
Michael J. Sullivan
Todd McGee
Under discussion: It was noted that Cheryl Dugre was present for the meeting. Councilor McGiverin stated that she is very knowledgeable in her position. Councilor McGiverin gave overview of the order and information gleaned in the Finance Committee. Councilor McGiverin spoke and gave overview of the discussion that took place in committee.
---> Report of Committee passed two readings and Adopted on a call of the roll of the yeas and nays --Yeas 11--Nays 0--Absent 2 (Anderson-Burgos, Leahy).
Approved by the Mayor.

Motion was made and seconded to suspend the necessary rules and take item 19 out of order
MCGEE Ordered, that Order that the City Council go into Executive Session during the November 20 meeting to discuss litigation.
Motion made and seconded to go out of order and take up Item 19 and go into executive session. It was announced that the Council would return later in the meeting to go through the rest of the agenda
---> Motion was made and seconded to go into executive session.
The Council entered into executive session at 9:00pm on a call of the roll of the yeas and nays --Yeas 11--Nays 0--Absent 2 (Anderson-Burgos, Leahy).
The council exited executive session on a call of the roll of the yeas and nays at 9:30pm. --Yeas 9 --Nays 0 --Absent 4 (Anderson-Burgos, Bresnahan, Leahy, Roman)

ORDERS AND TRANSFERS


MCGEE Ordered, that DPW replace a Holyoke Community College sign at the corner of Jarvis Ave. and Easthampton Rd. that is quite faded.
---> Received and adopted. Referred to the DPW.
Approved by the Mayor.

MCGIVERIN Ordered, that there be and is hereby appropriated by transfer in the fiscal year 2019, four thousand four hundred seventy seven and 56/100 Dollars ($4477.56) as follows:

FROM:
12101-51107 Patrolmen $4477.56
TOTAL: $4477.56
TO:
12101-51180 Injured on Duty $4477.56
TOTAL: $4477.56

To the City Council:
I hereby recommend the passage of the above order at the meeting of your Council to be held Tuesday, November 20, 2018.

Alex B Morse, Mayor
---> Passed two readings and Adopted on a call of the roll of the yeas and nays --Yeas 9--Nays 0--Absent 4 (Anderson-Burgos, Bresnahan, Leahy, Roman).
Approved by the Mayor.

Motion was made and seconded to suspend the necessary rules and take items 21-24 as a package
MCGIVERIN Ordered, that in accordance with M.G.L. Chapter 44 Sec. 53A, the City Council hereby accepts the provisions of the "GOVERNOR'S LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT EQUIPMENT AND TECHNOLOGY" grant and authorizes the establishment of a Fund or other method appropriate for the accounting of the receipts and expenditures of all resources associated with the administration of said grant.

To the City Council:
I hereby recommend the passage of the above order at the meeting of your Council to be held Tuesday, November 20, 2018.

Alex B Morse, Mayor
---> Received and referred to the Finance Committee.

MCGIVERIN Ordered, that in accordance with M.G.L. Chapter 44 Sec. 53A, the City Council hereby accepts the provisions of the "FY18 Strategies for Policing Initiative " grant and authorizes the establishment of a Fund or other method appropriate for the accounting of the receipts and expenditures of all resources associated with the administration of said grant.

To the City Council:
I hereby recommend the passage of the above order at the meeting of your Council to be held Tuesday, November 20, 2018.

Alex B Morse, Mayor
---> Received and referred to the Finance Committee.

MCGIVERIN Ordered, that in accordance with M.G.L. Chapter 44 Sec. 53A, the City Council hereby accepts the provisions of the "Healthy Summer Youth Jobs 2018" grant and authorizes the establishment of a Fund or other method appropriate for the accounting of the receipts and expenditures of all resources associated with the administration of said grant.

To the City Council:
I hereby recommend the passage of the above order at the meeting of your Council to be held Tuesday, November 20, 2018.

Alex B Morse, Mayor
---> Received and referred to the Finance Committee.

MCGIVERIN Ordered, that That the city vote to approve a Bond Request for the Board of Water Commissioners for "System-Wide Capital Planning Projects". Total bond amount $13.39 million to fund a series of system-wide Capital Improvement Projects that will address deficiencies identified in the municipal water system.

To the City Council:
I hereby recommend the passage of the above order at the meeting of your Council to be held Tuesday, November 20, 2018.

Alex B Morse, Mayor
---> Received and referred to the Finance Committee.

VACON Ordered, that a “do not block” box be painted on Homestead Ave. from the driveway of the Twin Stop/Dino’s plaza to the driveway of Strum’s plaza so that traffic can safely exit the plazas.
---> Received and adopted. Referred to the DPW.
Approved by the Mayor.

VACON, Bartley, Lebron-Martinez, Lisi, McGee, McGiverin, Sullivan, Tallman, Valentin Ordered, that a certificate of appreciation be issued to the Guardsmen who supported the  National Guard landing of  a UH-72 Lakota Helicopter on Mackenzie field on Saturday in support of our Veterans Day Ceremony.

These where the members who supported the aircraft static display:

CW3 Eric Smith
CW2 Michael Berry
SSG Gelson Laguerre
CW2 Eladio Pagan
---> Received and adopted.

VACON Ordered, that an update on the sewer collections be provided before a rate increase is considered.
---> Received and referred to the Ordinance Committee. Copy to DPW & Auditor .

ANDERSON-BURGOS Ordered, that temporary speed humps be placed on Woods Avenue, and that a speed study be done on the corner of Woods Ave and Hillside Ave. Residents living in that area have noticed an increase in traffic using excessive speed coming off and on from Woods Ave and Hillside Ave.
---> Received and adopted. Referred to the DPW. Copy to Public Safety.
Approved by the Mayor.

BARTLEY Ordered, that The City Council invite a representative from Mt. Holyoke College to appear at a Development and Governmental Relations (DGR) meeting. The ties between our city and this legendary college should be exploited and strengthened.
---> Received and referred to the Development and Governmental Relations Committee.

BARTLEY, Bresnahan, McGee, Tallman Ordered, that The City of Holyoke declare the month of March as “Irish American Heritage Month” in the City of Holyoke for all time. Once done, the City should take any necessary steps to promote the Irish-American experience and history of Holyokers near and far. If approved send notice to St. Patrick’s Parade Committee and AOH-James Curran Division. Both organizations may be willing to collaborate with the City to further promote this effort.
---> Received and adopted. Referred to the Holyoke St. Patrick's Parade Committee and AOH James Curran Division.
Approved by the Mayor.

BARTLEY Ordered, that The City Council order the Parks & Recreation Commission to work with the state’s Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) on planting more trees in our city parks. The following is a brief comment and a list of suggestions from DCR: “There are a lot of other parks within the planting zone, both small and large, that could use more tree canopy cover. I have listed below some other parks to look into for spring planting potential:

1.) Sheard Park - planted in 2016 - still more potential for trees to be planted
2.) Pulaski Park - planted in 2016 - still more potential for a few trees to be planted
3.) Veterans Memorial Park
4.) Carlos Vega Park - corner of Clemente and S. East St.
5.) Valley Arena Park - S. Bridge St., between Hamilton and Sargeant St.
6.) Springdale Park - lots of potential for tree planting!
7.) Crosier Field - Peck School
8.) Mackenzie Stadium - Holyoke High School
9.) McNally Field - Kelly School
10.) Laurel Park”
---> Received and adopted. Referred to the Parks and Rec, DPW, DCR, City Forester.
Approved by the Mayor.
LATE FILED ORDERS & COMMUNICATIONS

MCGIVERIN Ordered, that Ordered that the sum of $13.39 million is appropriated to pay the cost of System Wide Capital Planning Projects, and the payment of all costs incidental and related hereto, and that to meet this appropriation, the Treasurer, with the approval of the Mayor, is authorized to borrow said amount under and pursuant to Chapter 44, Section 7(1) of the General Laws, or pursuant to any other enabling authority, and to issue bonds or notes of the City therefore; that the Mayor is authorized to contract for and expend any state aid available for the project; and that the Mayor is authorized to take any other action necessary to carry out this project.

Further Ordered: That any premium received by the City upon the sale of any bonds or notes approved by this vote, less any such premium applied to the payment of the costs of issuance of such bonds or notes, may be applied to the payment of costs approved by this vote in accordance with Chapter 44,. Section 20 of the General Laws, thereby reducing the amount authorized to be borrowed to pay such costs by a like amount.

Further Ordered: That the Treasurer is authorized to file an application to qualify under Chapter 44A of the General Laws any and all of the bonds or notes authorized to be issued pursuant to this Order, and to provide such information and execute such documents as may be required for such purposes.

Further Ordered: That in order to reduce interest costs, the City Treasurer, with the approval of the Mayor, is authorized to refinance any bonds issued pursuant to this Order and in connection therewith, to issue refunding bonds in accordance with Chapter 44, Section 21A of the General Laws.

Further Ordered: That there shall be no change in the purpose of this bond authorization without prior vote of approval by the Holyoke City Council.


To the City Council:
I hereby recommend the passage of the above order at the meeting of your Council to be held Tuesday, November 20, 2018.

Alex B Morse, Mayor

---> Received and referred to the Finance Committee.

MCGIVERIN Ordered, that there be and is hereby appropriated by transfer in the fiscal year 2019, FIVE THOUSAND FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS AND 00/100 Dollars ($5,500.00) as follows:

FROM:
11351-51105 HEAD CLERK - AUDIT $5,500.00
TOTAL: $5,500.00
TO:
14211-51108 SAFETY INSPECTOR $430.00
11751-51108 ASST. DIRECTOR - PLANNING 640.00
11751-51102 ASST. DIRECTOR - ECONOMIC DEV. 640.00
11751-51105 SR. PROJECT MANAGER 558.00
11751-51106 PLANNER 1 460.00
11751-51223 DEVELOPMENT SPEC 500.00
16911-51101 DIRECTOR - WISTARIAHURST 603.00
16911-51103 CITY HISTORIAN 464.00
15431-51101 DIRECTOR - VETERANS SERVICES 597.00
16301-51101 DIRECTOR - PARKS & RECREATION 608.00
TOTAL: $5,500.00

To the City Council:
I hereby recommend the passage of the above order at the meeting of your Council to be held Tuesday, November 20, 2018.

Alex B Morse, Mayor

---> Received and referred to the Finance Committee.

MCGIVERIN Ordered, that there be and is hereby appropriated by transfer in the fiscal year 2019, FOUR HUNDRED EIGHTY THREE DOLLARS AND 00/100 Dollars ($483.00) as follows:

FROM:
11351-51105 HEAD CLERK - AUDIT $483.00
TOTAL: $483.00
TO:
16301-51103 ASST. DIRECTOR - PARKS & REC $483.00
TOTAL: $483.00

To the City Council:
I hereby recommend the passage of the above order at the meeting of your Council to be held Tuesday, November 20, 2018.

Alex B Morse, Mayor

---> Received and referred to the Finance Committee.

MCGIVERIN Ordered, that there be and is hereby appropriated by transfer in the fiscal year 2019, SIX THOUSAND ONE HUNDRED AND SEVENTY TWO AND 00/100 Dollars ($6,172.00) as follows:

FROM:
11351-51105 HEAD CLERK-AUDIT $6,172.00
TOTAL: $6,172.00
TO:
11711-51101 DIRECTOR - CONSERVATION $580.00
15411-51101 DIRECTOR - COA 645.00
15411-51103 ASST. DIRECTOR - COA 457.00
15101-51101 DIR-BOARD OF HEALTH 669.00
15101-51202 ANIMAL CONTROL 420.00
12401-51101 DIRECTOR - BUILDINGS 773.00
12401-51102 ASST. DIRECTOR - BUILDINGS 589.00
12401-51201 SUPERVISOR - MAINT/DEMO 503.00
11381-51101 DIRECTOR OF PURCHASING 626.00
14101-51101 ASST. SUPERINTENDANT-DPW 910.00
TOTAL: $6,172.00

To the City Council:
I hereby recommend the passage of the above order at the meeting of your Council to be held Tuesday, November 20, 2018.

Alex B Morse, Mayor

---> Received and referred to the Finance Committee.



Adjourn at 09:40 PM.
A true record
ATTEST:


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City Clerk