X hits on this document

94 views

0 shares

0 downloads

0 comments

22 / 40

WHEREAS, New Haven City Ordnance Section 2-140 requires the approval of the Honorable Board of Aldermen to enter into agreements that exceeds $100,000.00.

NOW, THEREFORE, be it RESOLVED by Board of Aldermen of the City of New Haven that the Mayor, on behalf of the City, is authorized to enter into agreements in excess of $100,000.00 on behalf of the City of New Haven to provide emergency services for people living with or affected by HIV/AIDS.

SECOND READINGS

Committee of the Whole. Favorable. From the Mayor, submitting an order approving amendment #2 to the Downtown Municipal Development Plan and authorizing such actions that may be necessary to implement the Gateway Community and Technical College Development Project.

The favorable report of the Committee of the Whole recommending passage of the proposed order, as printed on pages 99-104 of the Journal of the Regular Meeting of the Board of Aldermen held on February 7, 2005, was read for the second time and upon motion made and duly seconded, it was voted, viva voce, that said report be accepted and proposed order be passed, and it was so declared by the Chair.

Alderwoman Ellis-West:  “Before I begin, I know that we’re separating these.  And my talking points, actually, are inclusive of the entire project.”

President Perez:  “Because of the nature of the project, I would say that it’s okay to do so.”

ELLIS-WEST MOTION TO AMEND BY SUBSTITUTION.

Alderwoman Ellis-West:  “I’d like to begin by asking that we move to substitute what is on everyone’s desk, Mr. President, the amendment that is on everyone’s desk that all of the colleagues have seen.”

President Perez:  “I have to make sure I understand what we’re doing.  Are we only substituting for item 1, because that’s the only thing in front of us. Right?”

Alderwoman Ellis-West:  “Yes, Mr. President.  We’re requesting to substitute the Ellis-West Amendment that the Committee of the Whole held on January 27.  There were some additional amendments offered and considered and voted on that we thought were very, very important.  Therefore, they all have been included in this substituted amendment that’s before everyone.  We thought we could do this to expedite the process prior to reading the Ellis-West Amendment and then coming back to this one.  So, we’ve included it all in one amendment.”

MOTION TO AMEND BY SUBSTITUTION PASSES.

Upon motion made and duly seconded, said motion to amend by substitution passed by a viva voce vote, and it was so declared by the Chair.

Document info
Document views94
Page views94
Page last viewedMon Dec 05 23:52:54 UTC 2016
Pages40
Paragraphs736
Words14872

Comments