ORDER OF BUSINESS FOR MATTERS PRESENTED TO THE CITY CLERK PRIOR TO 10:00 A.M. ON MONDAY AUGUST 1, 2016 FOR CONSIDERATION BY THE CITY COUNCIL AT A REGULAR MEETING ON WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 3, 2016 AT 12:00 P.M.




††APPROVAL OF THE MINUTES:

 

 

COMMUNICATIONS FROM HIS HONOR, THE MAYOR:

 

1026

Message and order approving an Ordinance Regulating Letter Grading of Food Establishments and Food Trucks CBC Chapter 16, Section 61. This ordinance establishes regulations for food establishments and food trucks to post its Inspectional Services Department issued letter grades.

Filed in the Office of the City Clerk on August 1, 2016.

 

1027

Message and order approving an acceptance of the provisions of G.L. c.44, 53F 3/4, as added by Chapter 352 of the Acts of 2014. This local option allows municipalities to separately account for those fees received under cable franchise agreement in support of public, educational, and government (PEG) access.

 

1028

Message and order to reduce the FY16 appropriation for the Reserve for Collective Bargaining by Two Million Seven Hundred Eighty-Three Thousand Eight Hundred Forty-One Dollars ($2,783,841.00) to provide funding for the Boston Public Schools for the FY16 impact of the collective bargaining agreement between the vendor, Transdev and its bus driversí union on the City's Transportation contract with the vendor, Transdev.

 


 

 

 

COMMUNICATIONS FROM HIS HONOR, THE MAYOR:

 

1029

Message and order approving a supplemental appropriation order for the Boston Public Schools for FY16 in the amount of Two Million Seven Hundred Eighty-Three Thousand Eight Hundred Forty-One Dollars ($2,783,841.00) to cover the impact of the collective bargaining agreement between Transdev and its bus drivers on the City's transportation contract with the vendor, Transdev.

Filed in the Office of the City Clerk on August 1, 2016.

 

1030

Message and order authorizing the Department of Neighborhood Development to apply for, accept and expend Federal FY16 Continuum of Care Grant Funds of Twenty-Five Million Dollars ($25,000,000.00) from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development to support programs that provide services and housing to the homeless.

 

1031

Message and order requesting the approval of supplemental appropriation of Four Million Dollars ($4,000,000.00) to provide funding to the Boston Housing Authority to sustain public safety staffing levels and continues to operate public housing developments appropriately next year.

 

1032

Message and order approving an appropriation of One Million Two Hundred Thousand Dollars ($1,200,000.00) from the income of the George Francis Parkman Fund for the maintenance and improvement of the Boston Common and Parks.

 

1033

Message and order amending grant order authorizing the City of Boston to accept and expend an additional Sixty-Five Thousand Dollars ($65,000.00), increasing a grant award order passed by your Honorable Body on August 12, 2015 for and amount not to exceed Three Hundred Thousand Dollars ($300,000.00). This Order will increase the total grant award administered by Rockefeller Philanthropies Advisors, Inc. on behalf of the 100 Resilient Cities Initiative to an amount not to exceed Three Hundred Sixty-Five Thousand Dollars ( $365,000.00).

 

1034

Message and order authorizing the City of Boston to accept and expend a grant in the amount of One Hundred Forty-Nine Thousand Five Hundred Dollars ($149,500.00) from the Executive Office of Public Safety and Security. This award will fund overtime traffic mobilization at the City of Boston's most dangerous intersections as well as twelve months funding of a Traffic Data Analyst for the Boston Police Department.

 

 

COMMUNICATIONS FROM HIS HONOR, THE MAYOR:

 

1035

Message and order authorizing the City of Boston to accept and expend a grant in the amount One Hundred Thirty-Seven Thousand Twenty Dollars ($137,020.00) from the Office of Public Safety and Security (EOPSS). This award in made for the purpose of expanding the Boston Police Department's infrastructure/network capabilities as it prepares to engage on a 6 month body-worn camera (BWC) pilot with multiple vendors to include 100 officers.

 

1036

Message and order authorizing the City of Boston to accept and expend a grant in the amount of Ninety-Six Thousand Dollars ($96,000.00) on behalf of the Boston Police Department for the Harvard-Allston Public Realm Flexible Fund. This award will be used to purchase four speed alert display trailer units for District 14.

 

1037

Message and order authorizing the City of Boston to accept and expend a grant of Thirty-Five Thousand Dollars ($35,000.00) in the form of the Fiscal Year 2017 renewed Municipal Energy Manager grant awarded by the Green Communities of the Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources(DOER), to be administered by the City of Boston's Office of Environment, Energy, and Open Space.

 

1038

Message and order authorizing the City of Boston through the Mayor's Office of† New Urban Mechanics, to accept and expend a grant of Thirty Thousand Dollars ( $30,000.00) from Arbella Insurance Charitable Foundation, Inc. to support the city's efforts to develop the Boston's Safest Driver program, an app-based contest that will encourage drivers to practice safe driving habits.

 

 

REPORTS OF PUBLIC OFFICERS AND OTHERS:

 

1039

Notice was received from the Mayor of his absence from the City from 9:30 A.M. on Sunday July 24, 2016 until 10:30 P.M. on Tuesday, July 26, 2016.

 

1040

Notice was received from the Mayor of the appointment of Amy Yandle, as Interim Director of Mayor's Office of Tourism, Sports and Entertainment effective May 23, 2016.

 

1041

Notice was received from the Mayor of the appointment of Andrew Grace, Director of Economic and Strategic Planning, as the City of Boston's Alternate Representative to the Metropolitan Area Planning Council

 


 

 

REPORTS OF PUBLIC OFFICERS AND OTHERS:

 

1042

Notice was received from the Mayor of the re-appointment of William Sinnott, as a member to the Boston Compensation Advisory Board, for a term expiring June 30, 2021.

 

1043

Notice was received from the Mayor of the re-appointment of Carol Fulp, as a member to the Boston Compensation Advisory Board, for a term expiring June 30, 2021.

 

1044

Notice was received from the Mayor of the re-appointment of Amy Sheridan, as a member to the Boston Compensation Advisory Board, for a term expiring June 30, 2021.

 

1045

Notice was received from the Mayor of the appointment of John Tobin, as a member to the Boston Compensation Advisory Board, for a term expiring June 30, 2021.

 

1046

Notice was received from the City Clerk in accordance with Chapter 6 of the Ordinances of 1979 re: action taken by the Mayor on papers acted upon by the City Council at its meeting of June 22, 2016.

 

1047

Notice was received from the City Clerk in accordance with Chapter 6 of the Ordinances of 1979 re: action taken by the Mayor on papers acted upon by the City Council at its meeting of June 29, 2016.

 

1048

Notice was received from the City Clerk in accordance with Chapter 6 of the Ordinances of 1979 re: action taken by the Mayor on papers acted upon by the City Council at its meeting of July 13, 2016.

 

1049

Communication was received from the Department of Environmental Protection approving MATEP Limited Partnership's proposed construction and operation of a new 14.4 megawatt nominal combined heat and power combustion turbine/heat recovery steam generator to be located at 474 Brookline Avenue in Boston.

 


 

 

REPORTS OF COMMITTEES:

 

0822

The Committee on Government Operations, to which was referred on June 8, 2016, Docket #0822, message and ordinance amending the City of Boston Code, Ordinances, Chapter V, Section 5-9.8 Boston Cultural Council, Applications for Funds, submits a report recommending the ordinance ought to pass.

 

0412

The Committee on Government Operations, to which was referred on March 16, 2016, Docket #0412, an ordinance establishing language and communications access for city services, submits a report recommending the ordinance ought to pass in a new draft.

 

 

MOTIONS, ORDERS AND RESOLUTIONS:

 

1050

Councilors Jackson and O'Malley offered the following: Resolution Against The 2016 Ballot Initiative Regarding Lifting The Cap On Commonwealth Charter Schools.

 

1051

Councilor LaMattina offered the following: Order for a hearing regarding the North End Nursing Home.

 

1052

Councilor Essaibi-George offered the following: Order for a hearing regarding the transition of families sheltered in Brighton Motels.

 

1053

Councilor Wu offered the following: Order that the Boston City Council establishes a working group charged with studying and proposing opportunities to eliminate plastic bag pollution from Boston's Streets.

 

1054

Councilors Wu and Jackson offered the following: Order for a hearing regarding Tobacco Regulations in the City of Boston.

 

 

GREEN SHEETS:

 

 

Legislative Calendar for the August 3, 2016.

 


 

 

CONSENT AGENDA:

 

1055

Councilor Baker offered the following: Resolution congratulating Ruben Manuschewski.

 

1056

Councilor Baker offered the following: Resolution congratulating Daniela Schmit.

 

1057

Councilor Wu offered the following: Resolution recognizing the Bosfield Yancey family reunion.

 

1058

Councilor Zakim offered the following: Resolution recognizing John Clifford.

 

1059

Councilor Ciommo offered the following: Resolution in memory of Donald J.† Baia.

 

1060

Councilor O'Malley offered the following: Resolution in memory of Mary Rizzuto.

 

1061

Councilor Ciommo offered the following: Resolution recognizing Jean Powers and Theodora Keiber.

 

1062

Councilor Zakim offered the following: Resolution recognizing The Pour House.

 

1063

Councilor McCarthy offered the following: Resolution in memory of Joseph L. Owens.

 

1064

Councilor Flaherty offered the following: Resolution in memory of Bertha M. Zarnoch.

 

1065

Councilor Flaherty offered the following: Resolution recognizing Alicia Meyers.

 

1066

Councilor Flaherty offered the following: Resolution recognizing Sandy Sergant.

 

1067

Councilor Baker offered the following: Resolution congratulating Kenneth Hurley.

 

1068

Councilors Flaherty and Linehan offered the following: Resolution in memory of Robert P. Donovan.

 

1069

Councilors Ciommo and Linehan offered the following: Resolution recognizing Jean Evans.

 

1070

Councilors Ciommo and McCarthy offered the following: Resolution recognizing Gloria Rice-Stuart.

 

1071

Councilors Ciommo and Essaibi-George offered the following: Resolution recognizing Helen Connolly.

 

1072

Councilors Ciommo and Essaibi-George offered the following: Resolution recognizing The Faneuil Gardens Task Force.

 

1073

Councilor LaMattina offered the following: Resolution recognizing The Boston Colombian Committee.

 

1074

Councilor Ciommo offered the following: Resolution recognizing Dennis Leary for being a longtime community advocate for the neighborhood.

 

1075

Councilor Ciommo offered the following: Resolution in memory of Dennis M. Leary.

 

1076

Councilor Ciommo offered the following: Resolution in memory of Aurora Salbucci.

 

1077

Councilor Wu on behalf of all Councilor offered the following: Resolution in memory of Margaret J. "Peggy" Flaherty.

 

1078

Councilor Flaherty offered the following: Resolution in memory of Natalie Marie Cannon.

 

1079

Councilor O'Malley offered the following: Resolution in memory of Thomas Walsh.

 

1080

Councilor O'Malley offered the following: Resolution recognizing Theodore Paul MacDonald.

 

1081

Councilor LaMattina offered the following: Resolution recognizing Hugo Ramirez.

 

1082

Councilor LaMattina offered the following: Resolution Maria Alejandra Jimenez (ALEA).

 

1083

Councilor LaMattina offered the following: Resolution recognizing 10 people for their dedication to the META culture in the City of Boston.

 

1084

Councilor Ciommo offered the following: Resolution in memory of William S. Gincauskis.