City Council – 09/05/2006

DATE 09/05/2006
TIME 7:30 pm
ADA Yes
LOCATION Council Chamber, Woburn City Hall, Common Street, Woburn, MA, United States

Meeting Agenda

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CITY OF WOBURN

SEPTEMBER 5, 2006 – 7:30 P.M.

REGULAR MEETING OF THE CITY COUNCIL

 

Roll Call

                                                Ciriello                        Gately

                                                Denaro                       Galvin

                                                            Drapeau                      Gonsalves

                                                Dwyer                         Mercer-Bruen

Doherty

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VOTED to dispense with the reading of the previous meeting’s Journal and to APPROVE, all in favor, 9-0.

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Motion made and 2nd to suspend the rules to hear from members of the city’s Legislative delegation at the State House, all in favor, 9-0.

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Appearing was State Senator Robert Havern and State Representative Patrick Natale. State Senator Havern stated that the design proposal for the New Boston Street bridge is almost ready to go, that if this is complete full funding for the project could be available by Spring 2007, that he can offer help on the issue of sound barriers at the highway, that the community must demonstrate a public desire for the sound barriers, that if there is a large number of people in the neighborhood who request the sound barrier then this assists with moving the proposal forward at the State House, that this proposal can be part of a bond bill and could be combined with efforts in Burlington and Woburn, that the conditions of the Route 128 highway have changed since it was constructed in the 1950s which justifies these sound barrier improvements, and that the sound barriers are effective in reducing the noise from the highways. State Representative Natale stated that the city must get the trucks of Route 38 in North Woburn, that the potential trash transfer station could generate more traffic, that this bridge could eliminate the truck traffic on Merrimac Street, that there are 450 bridges in the State requiring work, that there are a number of areas in Ward 3, Ward 4 and Ward 5 who could benefit from the sound barriers, that there are approximately seven neighborhoods affected, that he proposes a meeting to form a group to bring the neighbors together to work on the sound barriers, and that MassHighway has been cooperative with the local requests of Woburn.

Alderman Ciriello stated that the noise levels from the highways are excessive in the bordering residential areas, that the city has been making some progress in obtaining sound barriers, and that the New Boston Street bridge will also be an improvement. Alderman Mercer-Bruen stated that she is disappointed with the progress of the sounder barriers, that there was a previous petition for sound barriers in Ward 5 which failed the sound tests yet Billerica received the sound barriers and Woburn did not, and that she does not want this project to have to wait until the I-93/I-95 interchange project to move forward. Alderman Gonsalves stated that signatures have been collected from residents affected by noise and fumes from the highway, and that this is important for the quality of life of residents near highways. Alderman Dwyer stated that moving forward with sound barriers should not be tied to the I-93/I-95 interchange project.  _________________________

 

Motion made and 2nd to return to the regular order of business, all in favor, 9-0.

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MAYOR’S COMMUNICATIONS: 

 

ORDERED     That the sum of $250,000.00 be transferred as follows: From Account

#31359-595000 Receipts Reserved for Appropriation Ambulance to $200,000 #0122051-511500 Ambulance Salary Account, $50,000.00 #0122054-544300 Ambulance Maintenance Account.

 

s/Chief Paul Tortolano                                                  s/Auditor Gerald Surette

s/Mayor Thomas McLaughlin

 

Motion made and 2nd that the MATTER be REFERRED TO COMMITTEE ON FINANCE, all in favor, 9-0.

 

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Copies of communications to U.S. Senator Edward M. Kennedy and U. S. Senator John F. Kerry were received from His Honor the Mayor as follows:

 

Re: Advanced Telecommunications and Opportunity Reform Act (H.R. 5252)

 

I urge you to oppose the Advanced Telecommunication and Opportunity Reform Act (H.R. 5252) which would serve to preempt state and local authority and limit broadband video competition to only those areas of communities predetermined by the cable/video providers. More importantly, this bill would weaken the ability of local communities to protect our residents from having full and unfettered access to cable/video services.

 

Thank you for your continuing support in making sure that we continue to encourage competition and protect the public interests.

 

Sincerely, s/Thomas L. McLaughlin, Mayor

 

Motion made and 2nd that the MATTER be RECEIVED AND PLACED ON FILE, all in favor, 9-0.

 

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A copy of a communication dated August 17, 2006 with attachment to the Recreation Commission was received from His Honor the Mayor indicating that the Middlesex

District Attorney’s Office completed an investigation of the complaint made against the Recreation Commission regarding an alleged violation of the Massachusetts Open

Meeting Law and has determined that the Recreation Commission did not violate the Open Meeting Law. Motion made and 2nd that the MATTER be RECEIVED AND PLACED ON FILE, all in favor, 9-0.

 

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A communication dated August 25, 2006 with attachment was received from His Honor the Mayor as follows:

 

Dear President Doherty and Members of the City Council:

 

Enclosed please find a copy of a petition I received from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Labor Relations Commission. This petition is forwarded for your review and information.

 

Sincerely, Thomas L. McLaughlin, Mayor

 

Motion made and 2nd that the MATTER be RECEIVED AND PLACED ON FILE with a copy to the Committee on Charter and Rules all in favor, 9-0. _________________________

 

PUBLIC HEARINGS:  

 

On the petition by Boston Edison Company and Verizon New England Inc. for a grant of right in a way on the easterly side of Washington Street approximately 300 feet north of

Mill Street to install one hip guy and anchor at pole 228/51. PUBLIC HEARING

OPENED. A communication dated August 14, 2006 was received from Frederick Russell, Superintendent of Public Works as follows: “Approved”. Appearing for the petitioner was Jacqueline Duffy of NStar and she stated that this work was previously approved on an emergency basis and installed today. Alderman Mercer-Bruen stated that this was approved by the Department of Public Works, the President of the City Council and herself as Ward 5 Alderman, that the lines were hanging low and this work was expedited, and that residents wanted a new utility pole but Boston Edison deemed the current utility pole to be safe. IN FAVOR: None. OPPOSED: None. Motion made and 2nd that the public hearing be closed, all in favor, 9-0. PUBLIC HEARING CLOSED. Motion made and 2nd that the GRANT OF RIGHT IN A WAY be APPROVED, all in favor, 9-0.

Presented to the Mayor: Sept. 8, 2006        s/Thomas L. McLaughlin Sept. 12, 2006

 

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On the petition by Boston Edison Company and Verizon New England Inc. for a grant of right in a way on the southerly side of Silvermine Road approximately 788 feet east of Russell Street to install one joint occupancy pole and anchor guy at pole 419/8. PUBLIC HEARING OPENED. A communication dated August 29, 2006 was received from Frederick Russell, Superintendent of Public Works as follows: “Approved”. Appearing for the petitioner was Jacqueline Duffy of NStar and she stated that this is to provide electric service to 12 Silvermine Road. Alderman Drapeau stated that he is having difficulties with the utility companies, that he cannot get work done in his Ward, that he has been dealing with the communities relations contact at Boston Edison, that he has been working on getting one utility pole moved for nine months, that the utility pole is located where the students wait for the school bus, that he wants to hold up approving these petitions until action is possible, and that this action has been taken in the past to get action by the utility companies. Ms. Duffy stated that if a list can be provided she will work on this issue. President Doherty stated that there will be a meeting at the end of the month on the utility pole issues. Ms. Duffy stated that this petition will provide electric service for a new house and the following petition at this meeting is to move a utility pole which blocks a resident’s driveway. Alderman Galvin stated that he will not support holding petitions as it only hurts the constituents. Alderman Denaro stated that there are a lot of parties from the utilities who have to attend the meeting in order to coordinate the efforts of removing the wires, and that it is difficult for a utility company to remove utility poles when the utilities will not cooperate with each other.  IN FAVOR: None. OPPOSED: None. Motion made and 2nd that the public hearing be closed, all in favor, 90. PUBLIC HEARING CLOSED. Motion made and 2nd that the GRANT OF RIGHT IN A WAY be APPROVED, 8 in favor, 1 opposed (Drapeau opposed).

Presented to the Mayor: Sept. 8, 2006        s/Thomas L. McLaughlin Sept. 12, 2006

 

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On the petition by Boston Edison Company and Verizon New England Inc. for a grant of right in a way on the northwesterly side of Alfred Terrace approximately 300 feet southwest of Alfred Street to install one joint occupancy pole and anchor and to remove one joint occupancy pole at pole 678/3. PUBLIC HEARING OPENED. . A communication dated August 29, 2006 was received from Frederick Russell, Superintendent of Public Works as follows: “Approved”. Appearing for the petitioner was Jacqueline Duffy of NStar and she stated that this is to provide access to a driveway on Alfred Terrace. IN FAVOR: Michael Runnina, 78 Mountain Road, Burlington, Massachusetts stated that he constructed a new home, that the home is complete and ready for occupancy but there is no power or access to the house until this utility pole issue is resolved. OPPOSED: None. Motion made and 2nd that the public hearing be closed, all in favor, 9-0. PUBLIC HEARING CLOSED. Motion made and 2nd that the GRANT OF RIGHT IN A WAY be APPROVED, 8 in favor, 1 opposed (Drapeau opposed).

Presented to the Mayor: Sept. 8, 2006        s/Thomas L. McLaughlin Sept. 12, 2006

 

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On the petition by Lytron, Incorporated, 55 Dragon Court, Woburn, Massachusetts 01801 for a special permit pursuant to Section 8.3.2 of the 1985 Woburn Zoning Ordinances, as amended, to allow for accessory parking and access from the private way known as Derry Lane for the benefit of petitioner’s building at 41 Dragon Court on the lot known and numbered as 41A-41B Dragon Court. PUBLIC HEARING OPENED. A copy of a communication dated July 21, 2006 to Edmund P. Tarallo, Planning Director, was received from Brett F. Gonsalves, Senior Engineer, as follows:

 

Subject: 41A-41B Dragon Court – Special Permit – Previous Memo dated June 26, 2006 – Special Permit application dated May 26, 2006

 

This office has reviewed the Special Permit application for the above referenced location and finds that we have not received any additional information since our last memo dated June 26, 2006.

 

This office will complete its review when additional information is submitted.

 

If you or the Board have any questions concerning this information, please do not hesitate to contact this office.

 

A copy of a communication dated July 31, 2006 from Brett F. Gonsalves, Senior Engineer to Edmund P. Tarallo, Planning Director was received as follows:

 

Subject: 41A-41B Dragon Court – Special Permit – Previous Memo dated June 26, 2006 – Special Permit application dated May 26, 2006

 

This office has reviewed the Special Permit application for the above referenced location and finds that we have not received any additional information since our last memo dated June 26, 2006.

 

This office will complete its review when additional information is submitted.

 

If you or the Board have any questions concerning this information, please do not hesitate to contact this office.

 

The petitioner was not present at the meeting. Alderman Mercer-Bruen stated that this matter has been before the City Council a couple of times without the petitioner present, that there is a question as to whether the special permit can be granted, and that the public hearing should be closed. Alderman Gately stated that there were issues with drainage which has not been addressed, that this petition would also allow parking in the R-2 zoning district which may not be permitted, that the public hearing should be closed, and that that getting a Planning Board recommendation on this matter may be difficult. IN FAVOR: Paul Meaney, Executive Director, Woburn Business Association, Ten Tower Office Park stated that he would ask that the public hearing not be closed, that this is a good company, that he has discussed this matter with the petitioner’s representatives and attorney, that they will provide more parking and green space for their employees, and that he will do what he can to get the petitioner to the meeting. Alderman Denaro stated that the petitioner’s attorney has always been a straight shooter and that the City Council should speak to the petitioner and let them know that progress will have to be made on some issues here. Alderman Gately stated that improving drainage in that area will be nearly impossible, and that the parking lot can only be expanded with further detrimental impact on the neighbors. Alderman Mercer-Bruen that the petitioner is a good company, that there is more history which should be discussed, and that he would prefer to speak to the petitioner’s attorney to address issues in the neighborhood. Alderman Galvin stated that he would abstain from this vote because of a conflict as he has performed legal work for the petitioner in the past. Motion made and 2nd to continue the public hearing to the Regular Meeting of the City Council on September 26, 2006, 7 in favor, 1 opposed (Gately opposed), 1 abstained (Galvin abstained).

 

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On the petition by Daniel J. McSheffrey, 3 Redleaf Lane, Woburn, Massachusetts 01801 for a special permit to modify special permits granted July 8, 2004 and August 12, 2004 pursuant to Sections 5.1.22b, 5.1.29, 5.1.46b, 5.1.63a, 15.6(c)(i), 15.6(c)(iv) and 15.6(c)(vi) of the 1985 Woburn Zoning Ordinances, as amended, to allow for a drive-up

Customer Service Facility with hours in excess of 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. for the existing fast food use at 75R Main Street. PUBLIC HEARING OPENED. A report was received from the Committee on Special Permits as follows: “That the matter remain in Committee for further review.” Appearing for the petitioner was Attorney Joseph Tarby, Murtha Cullina, LLP, 600 Unicorn Park Drive, Woburn, Massachusetts 01801 and he stated that the petitioner is seeking a drive-thru, that the Planning Board gave a favorable recommendation, that the City Engineer approved the design, that the City Engineer approved the design, that the proposal meets the requirements of the zoning ordinances, that noise, design, operation of the drive-thru hours, the menu and traffic on Main Street are the areas of expressed concern, that the noise from the drive-thru will be different than from the nearby Bill & Bob’s restaurant drive-thru, that this proposal meets and exceeds the drive-thru requirements of the city, that the order board is 250 feet from Main Street behind a 35 foot high building and five feet below street level, that this creates a buffer to noise, that this will no encourage a purchaser to use the drive-thru and then hang out at the site, that the hours of the drive-thru will be Monday through Friday 6:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m., Saturday 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. and Sunday 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m., that the hours are two hours less than the Planning Board recommended, two hours less than originally requested by the petitioner and fourteen hours less, that the drive-thru menu will not include sandwiches, coffee, beverages munchkins, donuts but not personally selected dozen donuts, that the dozens donuts would be packed in express boxes, that the vehicles proceeding through a drive-thru are not considered to be idling, that mitigation can be used for safety improvements in the area, that this meets the conditions set up three years ago by the City Council for a drive-thru use, that the reduced hours will eliminate noise and light issues during the later hours, that the Committee on Special Permits would not have authority of substantial alterations of the petition at review such as longer hours or more menu choices, that this would require a new public hearing, that there was never a representation by the petitioner that he would never seek a special permit for the drive-thru, that there are currently vehicles at the site with headlights until 10:00 p.m., that he is not aware of any idling standards in the Groundwater Protection District where this property lies, and that the customers at the Wendy’s drive-thru are obeying the restrictions posted on the signs at the lot. Attorney Tarby offered the following proposed documents to the City Council for review: 1. A map entitled Proposed site Plan for Dunkin Donuts Drive Thru in Woburn, Mass.” dated May 26,

2006 by Duran Associates, Section 11.6.10 of the 1985 Woburn Zoning Ordinances, as amended relative to drive thru uses, copy of Assessors Map 53 and 54, and a list of proposed conditions as follows: 1. That the petitioner shall make a payment of $4,800 for mitigation work to be performed by the DPW for the installation of an “impressed type” of crosswalk. 2. That the proposal shall be in accordance with the “Proposed Site Plan” dated May 26, 2006. 3. That the hours of operation of the drive-up customer service facility hours shall be limited to Monday through Friday 6:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m., Saturday 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. and Sunday 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. 4. That the dumpsters shall only be emptied between 7:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. 5. That signs be placed before the drive through order board instructing patrons to turn off radios before entering the drive through area. 6. That the petitioner shall establish in-house procedures to instruct Dunkin Donut employees to tell customers to turn off radios while on the property. 7. Menu items that can be purchased from the drive thru lane shall be limited to beverages, donuts, munchkins, express “dozen donuts” boxes, muffins, cookies and similar items, bagels and cream cheese and English muffins.  Sandwiches and

“individually” selected dozen donuts boxes shall not be offered for sale in the drive thru lane. 8. “No Parking” signs shall be installed on both the northerly and southerly side of the building. 9. The Petitioner shall install markings on the pavement in the drive thru lane fifty (50) feet from the property line from Main Street stating “No Drive Thru Queuing Allowed Before This Line.” 10. That all conditions contained in the Special Permit dated July 8, 2004 and August 12, 2004 shall be made part of this Special Permit, except as modified by this Decision. 11. The operation of the drive thru will be reviewed by the Special Permits Committee six (6) months from the date it is first open for business, motion made and 2nd that the documents be received and made part of the record, all in favor, 9-0. Scott Thornton, Vanasse and Associates, Andover,

Massachusetts stated that the petitioner does not want an adverse impact on Main Street as that is the access for vehicles to his facility, that the site has ample parking and easy access, that the type of traffic generated at the Washington Street facility is not expected at this site, that the peak hour is anywhere from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. or 7:45 a.m. to 8:45 a.m., that there will be four to eight vehicles in the queue during this hour and then it will drop to two to four vehicles during the other hours, that there is room for seventeen vehicles in the drive-thru, that the number of vehicles in the queue can be reduced to a lower number through signage, design and staff efforts, that there are 160 feet from the maximum off peak queue to the nearest residence, that the trip generation for the site was based on ITE data because there was no comparable existing Dunkin Donuts with a convenience store and gas pumps seeking to add a drive-thru, that they conducted a survey of fast food restaurants with drive-thru and no inside seating serving breakfast foods for comparison, that this is an impulse trip meaning that it is on the driver’s route, and that the raised crosswalk was the recommendation of the City Engineer although paint or thermoplastic could be used rather than impressed sidewalk if noise is an issue. Daniel McSheffrey, 3 Red Leaf Lane stated that they paid for the city to install a crosswalk with the first special permit, that he is not aware of pedestrian safety signs as an issue, that the dumpster is picked up between noon and 3:00 p.m. on Monday and Thursday, that they dumpster has never been there before noon, that it is unrealistic to state that he would be on site every time the dumpster is emptied, that he can eliminate parking spaces to keep the dumpster area open for pick-ups, that there are monitoring wells on the site, that donuts are delivered to the site between 4:30 a.m. and 5:30 a.m. in a Ryder box truck, and that the remaining products such as paper goods arrive between 7:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. in an 18-wheeler truck. Alderman Denaro stated that he has looked at this issue with an open mind, that there has been substantial opposition from the neighbors, that the neighbors previously accepted the convenience store without the drive-thru and that the drive-thru was eliminated, that the impression of the neighbors was that a drive-thru would not be requested again for the site, that the neighbors are opposed to the petition, and that although the petition is a good one he must support the neighbors. Alderman Galvin stated that this is a well-presented petition and it complies with the zoning regulations, that if there is a site in the city for a drive-thru then this is it, that there is so much stacking it is unlikely that the traffic would back up onto the street, and that will 27 parking spaces are required 34 are provided. Alderman Gately stated that he will support the petition, that this is the best site in the city for a drive-thru, that the raised crosswalk is an issue for the residents because of the noise that will be generated, and that while his constituents are in favor of the petition they are not in favor of the impressed sidewalk. President Doherty asked whether signs for pedestrian safety will be installed, that the petition in 2004 has a condition relative to the crosswalk and pedestrian safety signs, that he would be concerned with the raised sidewalk because of the noise, that this is a special permit and does not go by right, that the City Council can request concessions with regard to special permits even if it is challenged in court, that the current hours of the convenience store are 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m., that the dumpster abuts the drive-thru queue and he is concerned that the pick-up of the dumpster will interfere with the operation of the queue, that motor vehicle headlights will impact the homes in the area, and that the site is becoming more congested. Alderman Drapeau stated that he was totally against the petition, that with come of the concessions it might be helpful for the residents to indicate what concession they would like to see, that he would like to see the queue limited to twelve vehicles and then vehicles after that must stop, that a limited drive-thru menu will be more efficient, that he would like to see the number of items ordered to be limited, that the site is large with plenty of queuing and parking, that the petition meets all the zoning requirements, that an appeal of a decision to deny this special permit may leave the neighbors with something that they do not want, and that it is possible to be in favor of a petition and yet opposed to it. Alderman MercerBruen stated that the special permit should note that the drive-thru is not transferable if granted. IN FAVOR: Daniel Gately stated that business and industry makes the city affordable, that this will encourage people to come to Woburn and use the businesses, that there are only thirteen people complaining, and that the petition should be allowed without restrictions. Bill Sullivan, 83 Bedford Road stated that he has not seen vehicles backing up into the street in any drive-thru operation whether on Washington Street or on his travels from Maine and New Hampshire, that the petitioner will make enforce any condition imposed, and that this drive-thru will provide a service to handicapped residents. Thomas Jones, Jr., 2 Red Leaf Lane stated that he would not object ot a drivethru in a business as clean as the petitioners, and that the size of the parking lot and the operation of the business make this a safe proposal. Richard Gately, Sr., 18 Arcadia Road stated that this is a good family business, that the petitioner would not do anything that would be detrimental to the neighborhood or devalue his business, and that this is an additional service for the petitioner’s customers. OPPOSED: Melvin Lieberman, 9 Wiley Street stated that the effect of tailpipe emissions of vehicles waiting in the drive-thru queue on pollution is an issue that has not been addressed, that if seventeen vehicles queue before vehicles begin to back onto the street then the vehicle at the end of the line could have a 7½ minute wait in the queue, that the Lung Association gives Massachusetts a grade of “F” for impact on ozone, that if convenience for the customers was a concern then why is there not a full service gas lane at the station, and that the number of deaths caused by motor vehicle emissions have risen. Mr. Lieberman offered document to the City Council for review. Motion made and 2nd that the documents be received and made part of the record, all in favor, 9-0. James Cosgrave, 1 Wiley Street stated that the petitioner is requesting a compromise from the original special permit, that he wants the city to sign off on the health of the residents in the area, and that he asks that the special permit be denied. Kate Cosgrave, 1 Wiley Street stated that all of the petitioner’s permits have been compromised, that the building is in clean condition, that a Dunkin Donuts was not wanted but the petitioner got the permit, that there will be noise, that whether traffic will back up in the street will not be known until the project goes in, that the petitioner can provide coffee and gasoline to customers without the drive-thru, that people are going to order more products than allowed and will be serviced, that this is about the quality of life in the South End, that this used to be a nice city but it is getting worse, that the petitioner is directly across the street from a residential area, that the Board of Health has to sign off on this petition, and that the Board of Health does not know if this is going to hurt the health of the neighbors. Alderman Gonsalves offered a communication from Jim Rastellini, 153 Montvale Avenue in opposition to the petition was offered to the City Council. Motion made and 2nd that the communication be received and made part of the record, all in favor, 9-0. John Bogus, 8 Stanley Terrace stated that the lot is situated in a residential neighborhood, and that the neighbors compromised on everything except the drive-thru for the original special permit. Karen D’Agostino, 5 Wiley Street stated that there will be no break in the traffic even with the shorter hours, that a restriction on car radios is unenforceable, that there will be people hanging out in the parking lot, that there are ten items in the limited menu, that she wants to know if the special permit review in six months will receive police and traffic reports, that traffic enters and exits the lot from all of the driveway openings, that the petitioner does not operate the Dunkin Donuts franchise rather a franchisee does, that his use will generate a lot of drive-thru business, and that she is against this petition. Dave Gifford, 3 Wiley Street cannot understand the need for the special permit, that it makes more sense for the petitioner to have the customers enter his store for cross sales, and that he is worried about the quality of life in the neighborhood. Howard Critchett, 7 Wiley Street stated that he was opposed to the drive-thru two ears ago and that he opposes it now, that 12,000 motor vehicles per day travel that section of Main Street, that there will be more traffic accidents and more pollution in the area, and that he is against the petition. Motion made and 2nd that the public hearing be closed, all in favor, 9-0. Alderman Doherty stated that this is a good site to have a drive thru but that establishing a drive thru directly across the street from residential uses will establish a precedent in the city, and that the role of the City Council is to control the impact of the petition on the site. Motion made and 2nd to re-open the public hearing, all in favor, 9-0. Motion made and 2nd to close the public hearing, all in favor, 9-0. PUBLIC HEARING CLOSED. Motion made and 2nd that to add the following condition: 1. the U-Haul truck leasing business be eliminated, 8 in favor, 1 opposed (Denaro opposed). Motion made and 2nd that to add the following condition: 2. That no accessory use other then the Dunkin Donuts and convenience store shall be allowed, that is no further use shall be allowed other than the existing two accessory uses, 8 in favor, 1 opposed (Denaro opposed). Motion made and 2nd that to add the following condition: 3. That there shall be a designated entrance and exit from the site for the drive-thru queue, 7 in favor, 2 opposed (Denaro, Galvin opposed). Motion made and 2nd that to add the following condition: 4. That a thermoplastic striped crosswalk and pedestrian signs be installed with sign showing pedestrian crossing, all in favor, 9-0. Motion made and 2nd that to add the following condition: 5. That the special permit shall be granted to Daniel McSheffrey only and shall not be transferable to any others, all in favor, 9-0. Motion made and 2nd that to add the following condition: 6. That employee parking shall be designated at the rear of the lot with appropriate signage, all in favor, 9-0. Motion made and 2nd that to add the following condition: 7. That petitioner’s proposed Condition 1 shall be amended to state that the impressed type of contract shall be replaced with a thermoplastic striped crosswalk shall be installed and pedestrian safety signs shall be installed and any residual mitigation money shall be used for pedestrian safety at the site, 8 in favor, 1 opposed (Denaro opposed). Motion made and 2nd that to add the following condition: 8. That petitioner’s proposed Condition 11 shall be amended to have the review by the Committee on Special Permits meeting as a Committee of the Whole, 6 in favor, 3 opposed (Denaro, Galvin, Gately opposed). Motion made and 2nd that to add the following condition: 8. That the petitioner’s proposed conditions as further amended herein be accepted, 8 in favor, 1 opposed (Denaro opposed). Motion made and 2nd that a loading zone be established for the trash truck at the dumpster location, 8 in favor, 1 opposed (Denaro opposed). Motion made and 2nd that the SPECIAL PERMIT be GRANTED, AS AMENDED, Roll Call: Ciriello –Yes, Denaro – No, Drapeau – Yes, Dwyer – Yes, Galvin – Yes, Gately – Yes, Gonsalves – No, Mercer-Bruen – Yes, Doherty – No. Motion Passes.

 

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Motion made and 2nd for a five minute recess, all in favor, 9-0.

 

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On the petition by Petition by Winn Street Realty Corporation, 50 Dodge Street, #2, Beverly, Massachusetts 01915 for a special permit pursuant to Sections 5.1.5, 11.6.5 and to the extent deemed applicable Section 7.3 of the 1985 Woburn Zoning Ordinances, as amended, so as to convert third floor space in the building at 65-67 Winn Street, into two apartment units, with parking as shown on the accompanying plans (reduced requirements per Section 8.2.5 for mixed use of property), the proposed use also constitutes a request to change the terms of a Special Permit previously issued April 26, 2001 at 65-67 Winn Street. PUBLIC HEARING OPENED. A communication dated August 1, 2006 was received from Brett F. Gonsalves, Senior Engineer, as follows:

 

Subject: 65-67 Winn Street – Special Permit – 3rd Floor Apartment Conversion – Special Permit application dated July 3, 2006 – Plans dated October 3, 2005

 

This office has reviewed the Special Permit application for the above referenced location and offers the following comments:

 

The submitted site plan shows no proposed exterior improvements or alterations. The Special Permit details the conversion of the 3rd floor storage area into two apartment units, to which this office takes no exception.

 

If you or the Board have any questions concerning this information, please do not hesitate to contact this office.

 

Appearing for the petitioner was Attorney John McElhiney, McElhiney and Matson, 607 Main Street, Woburn, Massachusetts 01801 and he stated that the Planning Board has not acted on the special permit petitions as of this time, that the building has a hardware store on the first floor, that it was constructed in the mid to late 1980s, that the building has a second and third floor, that there are four two bedroom apartments on the second floor, that six apartments had previously been requested but only four were allowed, that the third floor would have two large studio apartments, that these would be conducive to a single person or a couple, that it is located close to the center and transportation, that the first floor would be retail with the second and third floor being residential, that there are an adequate number of parking spaces, that the retail use is mostly during the day and parking for the apartments is mostly at night, that there is enough parking for the residential and retail use, that there may be some parking crossover at times such as Sunday morning, that this will put the building to full use, that it adds to the tax bas and adds in a sense to the city’s affordable housing, that he believes that the building has fire sprinklers but that he will meet again with the fire chief on these issues, and that the fire chief has already indicated sufficient space at the site now for fire vehicles and cars to pass. Alderman Galvin stated that the building is at full use already and that this is a further reduction of parking with the six units. Alderman Gately stated that be is concerned with fire suppression in the third floor and that he is concerned with the tight driveway at the rear of the building. IN FAVOR: None. OPPOSED: None. Motion made and 2nd that the MATTER be REFERRED TO COMMITTEE ON SPECIAL PERMITS FOR REVIEW and that the PUBLIC HEARING be CONTINUED TO THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE CITY COUNCIL ON OCTOBER 3, 2006, all in favor, 9-0.

 

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On the petition by Yannian Ji, 7 Blake Road, Braintree, Massachusetts 02184 for a special permit pursuant to Section 5.1.33b of the 1985 Woburn Zoning Ordinances, as amended, to allow muscular therapy at 340 Washington Street aka 400 Cummings Park. PUBLIC HEARING OPENED. A report was received from the Committee on Special Permits as follows: “Back for action.” Motion made and 2nd that the committee report be received, all in favor, 9-0. Appearing for the petitioner was Attorney James Mawn, Mawn and Mawn, 215 Lexington Street, Woburn, Massachusetts 01801 and he stated that there has been confusion between regulations and ordinance definitions, and that the petitioner requests that leave to withdraw without prejudice to allow the petitioner to work with the Board of Health and the legislation and leave open the possibility of coming back to the City Council at a later time. IN FAVOR: None. OPPOSED: None. Motion made and 2nd that the public hearing be closed, all in favor, 9-0. PUBLIC HEARING CLOSED. Motion made and 2nd that the MATTER be GIVEN LEAVE TO WITHDRAW WITHOUT PREJUDICE, all in favor, 9-0.

 

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On the petition by Kathy Wilson, 561 Washington Street, Attleboro, Massachusetts for a special permit pursuant to Section 7 of the 1985 Woburn Zoning Ordinances, as amended, to allow for the location of a psychic studio at 238 Lexington Street. PUBLIC HEARING OPENED. A report was received from the Committee on Special Permits as follows: “Back for action”. A communication dated September 5, 2006 was received from Kathy Wilson as follows:

 

Dear President and Council Members:

 

This is a leave to withdraw without prejudice from petitioner Kathy Wilson at 238 Lexington St., Woburn, MA for “psychic studio”. Thank you for your consideration. We look forward to doing business at this location when zoning issue is resolved.

 

Thank you, s/Kathy Wilson

 

IN FAVOR: None. OPPOSED: None. Motion made and 2nd that the public hearing be closed, all in favor, 9-0. PUBLIC HEARING CLOSED. Motion made and 2nd that the MATTER be GIVEN LEAVE TO WITHDRAW WITHOUT PREJUDICE, all in favor,

9-0.

 

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On the petition by Anthony J. Giunta, Jr., 188 Ridge Lane, Apt 311, Waltham,

Massachusetts 02452 for a special permit pursuant to Section 5.1.44 of the 1985 Woburn Zoning Ordinances, as amended, to allow an auto repair/custom exhaust facility at 315 New Boston Street. PUBLIC HEARING OPENED. Appearing was the petitioner and he stated that he will perform basic auto repair, wheels, brakes, oil changes and will specialize in custom exhausts, that all work will be performed in the building, that any vehicles left overnight will be in the building, that the fire department has confirmed compliance with fire regulations, that the unit is 4,800 square feet which was formerly the Cambridge Machine Company, that custom exhaust is built to fit the particular car as opposed to purchasing a stock unit, that he has been in the business for eight years in Waltham, that this is a new business for petitioner, that the hours would be 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Monday through Friday and 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Saturday with no hours of operation on Sunday, that he will add two car lifts and a pipe bender, that he will have two employees, that there are not many chemicals used, that he uses non-chlorinated brake cleaner, and that any other items are recycled once a month although this could be more often if there is a lot of business. President Doherty stated that interior plans of the building would be required for the committee meeting. Alderman Gately stated that he would like to see photographs of the building. Alderman Ciriello stated that he wants to see interior plans and parking plans at the committee meeting. IN FAVOR: None. OPPOSED: None.  Motion made and 2nd that the MATTER be REFERRED TO

COMMITTEE ON SPECIAL PERMITS FOR FURTHER REVIEW and that the PUBLIC HEARING be CONTINUED TO THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE CITY COUNCIL ON OCTOBER 3, 2006, all in favor, 9-0.

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COMMITTEE REPORTS:

 

MUNICIPAL LANDS:

 

On the petition by Neal Walker relative to a tax taking dated September 30, 1970 and recorded at the Middlesex South District Registry of Deeds at Book 11897, Page 354, committee report was received: “Ought to pass with the conditions as follows: 1. That the parcel be made available for disposition, and 2. That His Honor the Mayor be authorized to sell the parcel to abutters for not less than the current assessed value.” Motion made and 2nd that the COMMITTEE REPORT be ADOPTED, all in favor, 9-0.

Presented to the Mayor: Sept. 8, 2006        s/Thomas L. McLaughlin Sept. 12, 2006

 

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On the petition by ten taxpayers and citizens of the City of Woburn for the acceptance of the entire length of Presidential Way in Woburn, Massachusetts, committee report was received “ought to pass.” Motion made and 2nd that the COMMITTEE REPORT be ADOPTED and that the matter be referred to public hearing on September 26, 2006, all in favor, 9-0.

 

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On the Order to amend Title 2, Article XIII, Section 2-120A relative to the salary of the Deputy Auditor, committee report was received “that the words ‘amount of $50,000.00’ be replaced with the words ‘amount of $63,000’.” Alderman Gately stated that this should be made retroactive to July 1, 2006. Alderman Denaro stated that the City Council must seriously consider this issues, that the action may be setting a deserved salary however the City Council denied department head salaries, that he cannot support more than a 1½ % increase as it is not fair to the other employees, and that the incumbent should have a raise but so should many department heads. Alderman Drapeau stated that it was discussed in committee about raising the salary to this degree, that the Mayor indicated additional job responsibilities including reporting to the City Council as to the status of department budgets, that the duties were altered in a way that justified the additional compensation, that he does not have a problem with giving a raise but is concerned about accountability issues, that across the board raises do not address accountability, that he not against a raise for someone who performs well or is accountable to the taxpayers, that bonuses are possible for department heads who save money from the department budget, and that since a report on the new list of duties was not received from the mayor he would vote against this increase. Alderman Gately stated that no date for receiving that information was set. Alderman Mercer-Bruen stated that the City Council should receive a list of the new duties from the mayor before acting. Alderman Galvin stated that the responsibilities are known and that the City Council can draft an ordinance establishing the duties. Motion made and 2nd that the COMMITTEE REPORT be ADOPTED, 7 in favor, 2 opposed (Denaro, Gonsalves opposed).

Presented to the Mayor: Sept. 8, 2006        s/Thomas L. McLaughlin Sept. 12, 2006

 

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On the Order to amend Section 2, Section 5.2.46 and Section 6 of the 1989 Woburn Zoning Ordinances, as amended, relative to street frontage, committee report was received “ought to pass.” Alderman Ciriello stated that this will allow larger buildings on corner lots. Motion made and 2nd that the MATTER be LAID ON TABLE until the Regular Meeting of the City Council on September 26, 2006, all in favor, 9-0.

 

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On the Resolve relative to a grant from the Urban Self-Help Program for improvements to Library Park, committee report was received “ought to pass.” Motion made and 2nd that the COMMITTEE REPORT be ADOPTED, all in favor, 9-0.

Presented to the Mayor: Sept. 8, 2006        s/Thomas L. McLaughlin Sept. 12, 2006

 

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On the Order to transfer the sum of $850.00 from Human Resources Employee Assistance Program Account to Human Resources Salary Account, committee report was received “ought to pass.” Motion made and 2nd that the COMMITTEE REPORT be ADOPTED, all in favor, 9-0.

Presented to the Mayor: Sept. 8, 2006        s/Thomas L. McLaughlin Sept. 12, 2006

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CITIZEN’S PARTICIPATION:  None.

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NEW PETITIONS:

 

Petition to Planning Board for Site Plan Review by Trade Center Park, LLC, 200 West Cummings Park, Woburn, Massachusetts 01801 pursuant to Section 12 of the 1989 Woburn Zoning Ordinances, as amended, for 550,000 square foot office building and associated parking garage at 100 Sylvan Road. Motion made and 2nd that the MATTER be REFERRED TO COMMITTEE ON SPECIAL PERMITS/SITE PLAN REVIEW, all in favor, 9-0.

 

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Petition by Boston Edison Company and Verizon New England, Inc. for a grant of right in a way to install three joint occupancy poles and remove three joint occupancy poles on the northerly side of Mishawum Road approximately 470 feet west of Commerce Way (P30/13, 30/14, 3015) and to install an anchor guy on the northerly side of Mishawum Road approximately 470 feet west of Commerce Way (P30/12). Motion made and 2nd that the MATTER be REFERRED TO PUBLIC HEARING, all in favor, 9-0.

 

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Petition by Jim Bumann and Tracey Bumann, 74 Leighton Lane, Tewksbury,

Massachusetts 01876 for a special permit pursuant to Section 5.1.44 of the 1985 Woburn

Zoning Ordinances, as amended, to allow an auto and truck repair garage at 5 Crescent Avenue. Motion made and 2nd that the MATTER be REFERRED TO PUBLIC HEARING, all in favor, 9-0.

 

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Petition by Burlington Massachusetts Department of Public Works, Town Hall Annex, 25 Center Street, Burlington, Massachusetts 01803 for a special permit to construct improvements to the Burlington Mill Pond Water Treatment Facility including improvements to existing water treatment process systems and the existing building interior, a building addition to house administrative and maintenance functions, the relocation of a 48 inch storm drain, relocation of access and parking areas and addition of storm water retention systems at 62 Winter Street, Woburn. Motion made and 2nd that the MATTER be REFERRED TO PUBLIC HEARING, all in favor, 9-0.

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COMMUNICATIONS AND REPORTS:

 

A communication dated August 14, 2006 was received from Charles L. O’Connor, Parking Clerk, Police Headquarters, 25 Harrison Avenue as follows:

 

In accordance with Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 90, Section 20A½, I am submitting a report to you on the parking violations in the City of Woburn for the period ending July 2006: number of tickets issued 1,173, number of tickets paid 1,079, number of hearings scheduled 588, number of tickets voided or dismissed 128, number of tickets outstanding 259, number of tickets issued by motorcycle officers 0, total dollar amount collected and turned into the Treasurer’s Office $45,713.60. There exists a backlog of 4,777 tickets for 1982 through 2005. Demands will be sent out until all tickets have been cleared. Parking violations turned over to Handicap Commission to date $10,250.00.

 

Respectfully submitted, s/Charles L. O’Connor, Parking Clerk City of Woburn

 

Motion made and 2nd that the MATTER be RECEIVED AND PLACED ON FILE, all in favor, 9-0.

 

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A communication dated August 31, 2006 with attachments was received from Joanne

Collins, Director, Woburn Council on Aging along with the Director’s report for August and the minutes of the August Council on Aging meeting. Motion made and 2nd that the MATTER be RECEIVED AND PLACED ON FILE, all in favor, 9-0.

 

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A communication dated April 19, 2006 was received from Brian W. Riley, Kopelman and Paige, P.C. relative to recent notable municipal law litigation. Motion made and 2nd that the MATTER be RECEIVED AND PLACED ON FILE, all in favor, 9-0.

 

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A communication dated July 31, 2006 was received from Barbara J. Saint Andre, Kopelman and Paige, P.C. relative comprehensive permits recent developments. Motion made and 2nd that the MATTER be RECEIVED AND PLACED ON FILE, all in favor,

9-0.

 

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A communication dated August 17, 2006 was received from State Representative Jay R. Kaufman stating that both the House and Senate voted to override the Governor’s veto of funding for the rebuilding of the New Boston Street Bridge. Motion made and 2nd that the MATTER be RECEIVED AND PLACED ON FILE, all in favor, 9-0.

 

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A communication dated August 10, 2006 with attachment was received from Ernest

Zucco, Business Manager, Northeast Metropolitan Regional Vocational School District, 100 Hemlock Road, Wakefield, Massachusetts 01880 along with an adjusted final budget assessment for fiscal year 2007. Motion made and 2nd that the MATTER be RECEIVED AND PLACED ON FILE, all in favor, 9-0.

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UNFINISHED BUSINESS OF PRECEDING MEETING:  None.

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APPOINTMENTS AND ELECTIONS:  None.

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MOTIONS, ORDERS AND RESOLUTIONS:

 

RESOLVED That the Woburn City Council send correspondence in substantially in the form annexed hereto to Mass Highway regarding the need for sound barriers in Woburn along Route 128 and Route 93.

 

s/Alderman Gonsalves, Alderman Ciriello, Alderman Dwyer, Alderman Mercer-Bruen

 

Motion made and 2nd to receive and place on file a petition of residents in support of sound barriers, all in favor, 9-0. Motion made and 2nd that the RESOLVE be ADOPTED, all in favor, 9-0.

Presented to the Mayor: Sept. 8, 2006        s/Thomas L. McLaughlin Sept. 12, 2006

 

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RESOLVED That the Woburn City Council send correspondence in substantially in the form annexed hereto to Ms. Andrea Nixon, Clerk of the Department of Telecommunications and Energy, Cable Television Division, regarding a recent petition from Verizon.

s/Alderman Gonsalves, President Doherty

 

Motion made and 2nd that the RESOLVE be ADOPTED, all in favor, 9-0.

Presented to the Mayor: Sept. 8, 2006        s/Thomas L. McLaughlin Sept. 12, 2006

 

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ORDERED     That the following list of Wardens, Clerks and Inspectors be approved for all Elections between September 1, 2006 and August 31, 2007:

 

1-1               Barbara Fagan             Warden    33 Dix Rd. Ext.

1-1              Gail Burke                    Clerk       6 Janis Terrace

1-1         Sharon Flynn    Inspector 6 Thornton Street 1-1   Peter Aspesi     Inspector 31 Hudson Street

                                                             1-1              Helen Buss                   Inspector 15 Plympton St

1-1         John Cain         Inspector 72 Bedford Rd 1-1   Carol Lynch      Inspector 125 Russell St

                                                             1-1              Roberta Bengtson          Inspector 6 Samoset Rd

1-2               Keith Sullivan               Warden 4 Marlboro Road

1-2              Margaret Wallace         Clerk 4 Lakeview Terrace

1-2              Betty Parechanian          Inspector 7 Hope Lane

1-2              Joanne Byrne            Inspector 10 Kennedy Road

1-2              Linda Olsson                Inspector 60 Water Street

1-2              Beverly Sullivan           Inspector 4 Marlboro Road

1-2              Janet Paleologos     Inspector 19 Rumford Pk Ave

1-2              Sophie Davidson        Inspector 37 Arlington Road

2-1               Sandra Luther              Warden      19 Cummings Ave

2-1              Catherine DiPanfilo       Clerk       20 Innitou Road

2-1              John Lindsey             Inspector 59 Spring Ct. Ext.

2-1              Phyllis McInnis               Inspector 66 Kilby Street

2-1              Dorothy O’Halloran       Inspector 4 Colonial Road

2-1         Nicholas Varoutsos       Inspector 2 Hanson Court 2-1         Helen King        Inspector 4 Bedford Road

                                                             2-1              Theresa Smith         Inspector 25-0 Arlington Rd 4

2-2 Patricia McCuish Warden 14 Scott Street 2-2 Donald McCuish Clerk 14 Scott Street 2-2 Elizabeth Ober Inspector 39 Forest Park Rd.

2-2               Natalie O’Connor      Inspector 13 Cummings Ave

2-2              Florence Cameron        Inspector 23 Green Street

2-2               Janice Pandolph            Inspector 37 Elijah Street

2-2              Jean Mernin                   Inspector 2 Walnut Court

2-2              Judith Nagle                Inspector 8 Thomas Street

3-1              Patricia Scalley             Warden    13 Scott Street

3-1               Helen Simonds             Clerk     45 Eaton Avenue

3-1              Mary McElhiney             Inspector 13 Ash Street

3-1              Stella Di Girolamo          Inspector 9 Lee Road

3-1              Elizabeth A. Simonds     Inspector 3 Court Street

3-1       Marie Price       Inspector 9 Hinston Road 3-1            Janet Barbas    Inspector 45 Union Street

3-1              Gertrude Reil              Inspector 11 Veteran Road

3-2              Thelma Anthony           Warden      41 Brentwood Road

3-2               John DeCata                Clerk       57 Wood Street

3-2               Hilda Abreu             Inspector 81 Garfield Avenue

3-2       Jean Rooney    Inspector 59 Campbell St #506 3-2            Virginia Gonsalves        Inspector 59 Campbell St #306

3-2              Doris E. McKee              Inspector 1 Library Place

3-2              Joyce Wentworth           Inspector 17 Highet Ave

3-2               Dianne DiRienzo          Inspector 24 Carson Road

4-1               Jean MacDonald          Warden 123 Washington St

4-1              Madeline Heslin            Clerk      36 Clinton Street

4-1              Margie Richardson         Inspector 4 Gatta Circle

4-1              Florence McManus         Inspector 5 Buck Street

4-1              Marjorie Stevenson        Inspector 61 Pearl Street

4-1              Daniel Brady                Inspector 3 Munroe Street

4-1               Adeline Matheson          Inspector 66 Central St

4-1              Albert Galante                Inspector 4 Oneil Rd

4-2               Margaret Donahue        Warden         176 Bedford Road

4-2 Anne McGarry Clerk 3 Innitou Road 4-2 Jeanne Lingblom Inspector 18 Day Circle

4-2 Stella Kiklis Inspector 1 Cliffside Terr 4-2 Geraldine

Moscaritolo          Inspector 200 Bedford Rd #20E

4-2              Beatrice Armato      Inspector 6 Forest Glen Road

4-2              William Ryan                 Inspector 24 Park Drive

4-2              Joan MacIsacc       Inspector 18R Newbury Street

5-1              Joyce Marshall             Warden      5 Elijah Street

5-1               Paul Delaney               Clerk          5 Larch Road

5-1              Karen Olson                  Inspector 11 Floyd Street

5-1               Beverly McCue         Inspector 51R Central Street

5-1               Marie Giangrande          Inspector 6 Flint Circle

5-1              Claire Regan                Inspector 8 Howard Court

5-1              Mary Sandvick            Inspector 2 Park Drive Ext.

5-1               Harold Parechanian       Inspector 7 Hope Lane

5-2              Helen Hatch                 Warden         14 Marlboro Road

5-2              Theresa Nardone          Clerk       1 Central Street

5-2              Barbara McCauley         Inspector 10 Buck Street

5-2              Sophie Morrison        Inspector 17 Dewey Avenue

5-2               Irene DeCata                Inspector 57 Wood Street

5-2              Shirley Butler                 Inspector 28 Felton St

5-2              May Famiglietti             Inspector 22 Buttaro Road

5-2 Marguerite Rebal Inspector 111Spring Ct Ext 6-1 Nancy Darby Warden 20 Ward St

6-1              Sarkis Chinian              Clerk     8 Asbury Avenue

6-1              Joan Mann                    Inspector 15 Floyd Street

6-1              Dorothy Hakanson      Inspector 19 Nichols Street

6-1         Albina Cain       Inspector 72 Bedford Road 6-1   Josephine Wallace        Inspector 55 Vernon Street

                                                             6-1              Barbara Ridley              Inspector 129 Place Lane

6-1              Loretta Cianchi               Inspector 32 Dix Road

6-2               Dianne Autenzio           Warden 23 Milan Avenue

6-2              Francis Hancock           Clerk        13 Pearl Street

6-2              Mary O’Doherty         Inspector 134 Bedford Road

6-2              Rita Stone                     Inspector 63 Merrimac St

6-2              Carolyn Grammer Inspector 27-0 Arlington Rd, #1

6-2                                                            273 Cambridge Rd

Antoinette Allen              Inspector Apt 208

6-2              Elizabeth Hancock         Inspector 13 Pearl Street

6-2              Marjorie Amato              Inspector 24 Mountain St

7-1              Michael Parise              Warden         244 Russell Street

7-1              Alfred Magro                Clerk          9 Rich Road

7-1              Julie Murphy              Inspector 17 Churchill Road

7-1              Florence Tully             Inspector 5 Hiawatha Road

7-1              Dorothy Curran              Inspector 1 Dix Road

7-1              Ellen Magro                   Inspector 9 Rich Road

7-1              Camille Maccini           Inspector 3 Pheasant Lane

7-1              Nancy Nardone              Inspector 12 Roman Rd

7-2              Gloria Hildebrandt         Warden    17 Grace Road

7-2 M. Joyce O’Donnell Clerk 442 Russell Street 7-2 Veronica Croke-

Golden                     Inspector 12 Warren Avenue

7-2              Jean Lally                      Inspector 29 Hart Street

7-2              Phyllis Flight                Inspector 99 Middle Street

7-2                                                              15 South Bedford

Laura Morrow                Inspector Street

7-2              Helen Foti            Inspector 10 Morningside Drive

7-2              Rita Allitto            Inspector 11 Morningside Drive

 

I hereby approve the above: s/Thomas L. McLaughlin, Mayor

 

Motion made and 2nd that the ORDER be ADOPTED, all in favor, 9-0

Presented to the Mayor: Sept. 8, 2006        s/Thomas L. McLaughlin Sept. 12, 2006 _________________________

 

Motion made and 2nd to ADJOURN, all in favor, 9-0. Meeting adjourned at 11:14 p.m.

 

A TRUE RECORD ATTEST:

 

 

 

William C. Campbell

City Clerk and Clerk of the City Council

 

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