Woburn City Council

DATE 12/01/2020
TIME 7:00 pm
ADA Yes
LOCATION Virtual/Online

Meeting Agenda

The Woburn City Council is utilizing the Governor’s Emergency Executive Order which suspends certain provisions of the Open Meeting Law under current conditions.

 

The City Council will hold this meeting as a virtual meeting on Tuesday, December 1, 2020 at 7:00 pm.  

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The following is the Notice of Meeting and, at the time of posting, a listing of topics that the President reasonably anticipates will be discussed at the Regular Meeting of the City Council on Tuesday, December 1, 2020 at 7:00 p.m. The order of the matters may be amended at the meeting.

1. Roll Call.

2. Reading of Previous Meetings Journal.

3. Communications from His Honor the Mayor: None.

4. New Petitions:

A. Petitions for renewal of First Class Motor Vehicles Sales Licenses by Lannan Chevrolet, Inc.; C.N. Wood Company, Inc.; and Woodco Machinery, Inc.

B. Petitions for renewal of Second Class Motor Vehicles Sales Licenses by Joseph P. Mahoney Company, Inc.; Murray’s Enterprises, Inc. dba Murray’s Auto & Truck Sales; and Tracy M. Batten dba Tracy’s Auto Sales.

C. Roman Limousine for renewal of Livery License.

D. AvalonBay Communities, Inc. for a plan minor modification relative to monument sign illumination at 300 Mishawum Road.

5. Public Hearings:

A. UDR Inwood LLC for a special permit to modify and amend special permit by adding plan entitled relative to proposed cardboard recycling area at 1 Inwood Drive.

B. LCS Woburn LLC for a special permit with site plan review to allow for 103 congregate elderly housing units, a 120-unit extended care facility, a reduction in number of required parking spaces, retaining wall exceeding 6 feet in height, overnight parking of up to 2 passenger vans, relief from requirement of access from lot’s legal street frontage and approval of all signage as set forth on the plans, all at 2 Hill Street.

C. Pulte Homes of New England, LLC for a special permit with site plan review to allow development of residential townhome and multifamily components of larger master-plan approved redevelopment at portions of Hill Street and 1 Washington Avenue.

D. True World Foods Boston LLC for a special permit to allow for a wholesale establishment, warehouse and distribution center, and 2. Section 5.1.57b to allow for overnight parking of twelve (12) box trucks at 242 Salem Street.

6. Unfinished Business from Previous Meetings: None.

7. Committee Reports:

A. Petitions for renewal of First Class Motor Vehicle Sales Licenses by Lawless Inc.; M&L Transit Systems, Inc.; Woburn Foreign Motors, Inc. (OTP).

B. Petitions for renewal of Second Class Motor Vehicle Sales Licenses by Kenneth L. O’Connor and Thomas F. Norton dba City Line Motors: E&C Auto Brokers, LLC; Enterprise Rent-A-Car of Boston, LLC; Lawless, Inc.; Maurice Saba dba Montvale Auto Care; Nicolas Saba dba Montvale Service; Ollie’s Service Center; Adamo Rufo dba Route 16 Auto Broker; Thomas Keane dba Woburn Classic Auto Sales; Woburn Gas & Service, Inc. (OTP)

C. Petition for renewal of Third Class Motor Vehicle Sales License by Woburn Truck and Auto, Inc. (OTP).

D. Petition by KPS Bhatti Inc. for renewal of Livery License (OTP).

E. On the appointment of Stephanie E. Collins as a Member of the Commission on Disability (OTP).

8. Citizen’s Participation: None.

9. Communications and Reports:

A. Eversource relative to the 345kV transmission line construction activity.

10. Appointments and Elections: None.

11. Motions, Orders and Resolutions:

A. Order to change City Council Regular Meeting start time on December 1, 2020 to 6:00 p.m.

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