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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.

Alderman Voigt:  “The Health Department leases space in the Gateway building at 54 Meadow Street, and the lease needs to renewed. The Finance Committee, during the several meetings it held on this lease, tried to find the best solution for the City of New Haven, as to renew the lease or not.  It was determined that based on the current fiscal situation, it is better to renew this lease. I ask that you vote in favor of this item.  Thank you.”

Finance. Leave to Withdraw. From the Chief of Police, submitting a resolution authorizing the application to and acceptance of funding in an amount not to exceed $246,989 from the U.S. Transportation Security Administration, Port Security Grant Program, to purchase and equip a marine patrol vessel for dedicated preventative patrols in New Haven Harbor.

The unfavorable report of the Finance Committee recommending leave to withdraw of the proposed resolution, as printed on page 119 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 resolution be given leave to withdraw, and it was so declared by the Chair.

Alderman Voigt:  “This grant is no longer available, and the Finance Committee voted unanimously to request that it be given Leave to Withdraw.”

Legislation. Leave to Withdraw.  

From Alderman Healey submitting amendments to Section 65 of the zoning ordinances regarding restructuring, rephrasing, or clarification of existing law applicable to all planned development districts and planned development units.

From Alderman Healey submitting a request for the appropriate committee to conduct fact-finding, hire outside counsel, and draft new law in relation to the invalidation of Section 65 of the Code of General Ordinances by the Connecticut Appellate Court.

The unfavorable reports of the Finance Committee recommending leave to withdraw of the proposed items, as printed on pages 119-120 of the Journal of the Regular Meeting of the Board of Aldermen held on February 7, 2005, were read for the second time and upon motion made and duly seconded it was voted, viva voce, that said reports be accepted and proposed items be given leave to withdraw, and it was so declared by the Chair.

Alderman Healey:  “Given the Appellate Court’s decision and the administrative responses with the work of the leadership of the Board of Aldermen, the committee

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