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(PRESENTED UNDER SUSPENSION OF SECTION 24-1-A OF THE RULES OF THE BOARD OF ALDERMEN)

WHEREAS:  Residents of Huntington Street and Whitney Avenue have submitted a petition asking that Huntington Street between Whitney Avenue and Edgehill road be added to the existing residential parking zone; and

WHEREAS:  the Board of Aldermen previously modified the original zone by adding Loomis Place and Autumn Street; and

WHEREAS:  the Department of Traffic and Parking has recommended that the existing zone be enlarged to accommodate future modifications without further Board of Aldermen action.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDERED by the New Haven Board of Aldermen that the existing Saint Ronan Street Residential Parking Zone be modified to the following boundaries:

a)

Whitney Avenue, West side between Edwards Street and East Rock Road

b)

East Rock Road, both sides between Whitney Avenue and Prospect Street.

c)

Prospect Street, both sides between East Rock Road and Edwards Street

d)

Edwards Street, both sides between Prospect Street and Whitney Avenue.

BE IT FURTHER ORDERED that, in implementation of this order, the Department of Traffic & Parking shall work with First Presbyterian Church located at 70 Whitney Avenue to ensure fair access to on-street parking.

Joint Community Development/Human Services. Favorable. Resolution of Board of Aldermen of the City of New Haven approving contracts by and between the City of New Haven and contractors (service providers) awarded bids in an amount in excess of one hundred thousand dollars (U.S.) ($100,000.00) for the purpose of developing and implementing a comprehensive integrated continuum of care to individuals and families with the HIV disease.

(PRESENTED UNDER SUSPENSION OF SECTION 24-1-A OF THE RULES OF THE BOARD OF ALDERMEN)

WHEREAS, the City of New Haven (hereinafter called “City”) applied for a grant from U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), Bureau of Health Resources Development, Rockville MD; and

WHEREAS, HRSA agreed to award the above-referenced grant to the City of New Haven in the amount of about $9,639,791.00 to continue providing emergency services to people infected and/or affected by the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV)/Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS) living within both New Haven and Fairfield Counties.

WHEREAS, pursuant to the terms of the grant, the City must allocate and distribute these funds expeditiously.

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