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As a result, the LCI had to vote on the December and January items at the February meeting and now the Board of Aldermen has to once again vote on those items previously passed at the first BOA meeting this January 2005.

With many apologies I ask the board to please approve my motion to reconsider and to vote favorably, on these matter, again.

Thank you for your consideration and time.

Sincerely,

DOLORES COLON

Alderwoman 6th Ward

ORDER OF THE BOARD OF ALDERMEN OF THE CITY OF NEW HAVEN APPROVING THE LAND DISPOSITION AGREEMENTS FOR THE PROPERTIES SUBMITTED BY THE LIVABLE CITY INITIATIVE ON JANUARY 18, 2005.

BE IT ORDERED by the New Haven Board of Aldermen that disposition of the following properties to the respective developers, as referenced in the attached list, which is incorporated herein by reference, submitted to the Board of Aldermen by the Livable City Initiative on January 18, 2005 and in accordance with the procedure established by the Board of Aldermen on May 20, 1996, be and hereby are approved subject to conditions of the City Plan Commission reports submitted with said list.

Alderwoman Castro:  “Is it possible that you can spell it out so that we can remember clearly what we are going to be voting on?”

President Perez:  “We are going to be voting on to once again approve a series of properties that were sent to us by LCI.  If you’re asking me to list the addresses, I don’t have that in front of me.  That went with our packages. That is why we get packages at home.  All of this was provided to us in our packages.”

LCI ITEMS FOR DISPOSITION APPROVED.

Upon motion made and duly seconded, said LCI items for disposition from the January 18, 2005 Board of Aldermen meeting were approved by a viva voce vote, and it was so declared by the Chair.

From Alderwoman James, submitting a motion to amend a matter previously adopted on August 2, 2004 concerning the resolution authorizing the application to and acceptance of funding from the State Department of Economic and Community Development for a two year agreement with Casa Familia, LLC for housing for the elderly and their grandchildren by changing the amount requested from $870,000 to $955,000.

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

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