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Meeting Name: City Council Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 6/29/2022 12:00 PM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: Council Chambers
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2022-0799 1 Mayor OrderMessage and order authorizing the City of Boston to accept and expend the amount of Three Hundred Thousand Dollars ($300,000.00) in the form of a grant, for the Boston Red Sox Arts Fund, awarded by the Boston Red Sox to be administered by the Mayor’s Office of Arts and Culture. The grant will fund programs supported by the Boston Cultural Council, with a portion directed specifically to Fenway-area groups or artists.Referred to  Action details Video Video
2022-0800 1 Mayor OrderMessage and order authorizing the City of Boston to accept and expend the amount of One Hundred Seventy Seven Thousand Eight Hundred Eighty Six Dollars and Thirty One Cents ($177,886.31) in the form of a grant, for the FY22 State Elder Lunch Program, awarded by the MA Executive Office of Elder Affairs to be administered by the Age Strong Commission. The grant will fund nutrition services for older adults in the City of Boston. This award represented additional funding for the program.The rules were suspended; the order was passed.  Action details Video Video
2022-0801 1 Mayor OrderMessage and order authorizing the City of Boston to accept and expend the amount of Fifty Thousand Dollars ($50,000.00) in the form of a grant, for the FY22 Safe and Successful Youth Initiative, awarded by the MA Executive Office of Health and Human Services to be administered by the Police Department. The grant will fund a comprehensive, inter-agency strategy that connects law enforcement, employment, education, public health and youth development agencies to reduce youth violence in the Commonwealth.The rules were suspended; the order was passed.  Action details Video Video
2022-0802 1 Mayor OrderMessage and order authorizing the City of Boston to accept and expend the amount of Fifteen Thousand Dollars ($15,000.00) in the form of a grant for two charitable donations, awarded by the Frank R and Elizabeth Simoni Foundation Inc. to be administered by the Police Department. The grant will fund training initiatives for the Homicide and Youth Violence Strike Force Units.The rules were suspended; the order was passed.  Action details Video Video
2022-0803 1 Mayor OrderMessage and order authorizing the City of Boston to accept and expend the amount of Six Thousand Four Hundred Sixty Dollars ($6,460.00) in the form of a grant for the Federal FY22 Senior Companion Program, awarded by the Corporation for National and Community Service to be administered by the Age Strong Commission. The grant will fund reimbursement for travel and meals, plus stipends. The supplemental award represents a mandatory increase in the stipend from $3.00 to $3.15 per hour, effective July 1, 2022.The rules were suspended; the order was passed.  Action details Video Video
2022-0804 1 Report of Public OfficerCommunication was received from Council President Ed Flynn calling for the election of City Clerk for the City of Boston on June 29, 2022, and ending on February 3, 2025. President Flynn nominates Alex Geourntas. Councilor Flaherty moved to second. Motion Prevailed. On motion of President Flynn, a roll was called with the following result. For Alex Geourntas- Councilors Arroyo, Baker, Bok, Breadon, Coletta, Fernandes Anderson, Flaherty, Flynn, Lara, Louijeune, Mejia, Murphy and Worrell -13. Alex Geourntas, having received thirteen unanimous votes, was declared elected City Clerk for a three year term ending on February 3, 2025.Placed on file.  Action details Video Video
2022-0805 2 Report of Public OfficerNotice was received from the Mayor of the appointment of Reyes Coll-Tellechea as a Chair of the Human Rights Commission.Placed on file.  Action details Video Video
2022-0806 1 Report of Public OfficerNotice was received from the Mayor of the reappointment of Ellen Hatch as Temporary Collector-Treasurer of the City of Boston..Placed on file.  Action details Video Video
2022-0807 1 Report of Public OfficerNotice 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 May 18, 2022.Placed on file.  Action details Video Video
2022-0808 1 Report of Public OfficerNotice 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 May 25, 2022.Placed on file.  Action details Video Video
2022-0809 1 Report of Public OfficerNotice 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 8, 2022.Placed on file.  Action details Video Video
2022-0810 1 Report of Public OfficerNotice 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 15, 2022.Placed on file.  Action details Video Video
2022-0811 1 Report of Public OfficerCommunication was received from Councilor Liz Breadon submitting a letter from Allston-Brighton elected representatives addressed to the Mayor regarding the proposed Harvard Enterprise Research Campus project.Placed on file.  Action details Video Video
2022-0812 1 Report of Public OfficerCommunication was received from the Interim City Clerk of the filing by the Boston Redevelopment Authority of the Second Amendment to the Report and Decision on the Maverick Gardens Chapter 121A Project.”Placed on file.  Action details Video Video
2022-0813 1 Report of Public OfficerMessage transmitting certain information under section 17F: relative to Personnel Review Committee and Personnel Vacancies, Docket Number #0641, passed by the Council on May 18, 2022.Placed on file.  Action details Video Video
2022-0814 1 Report of Public OfficerThe Constable Bonds of Corita Miles and Gerald Fanfan, have been duly approved and received by the Collector-Treasurer were received and approved under the usual terms and conditions.Approved under the usual terms and conditions  Action details Video Video
2022-0259 3 Council OrdinanceOn the message and Ordinance, referred on February 9, 2022, Docket #0259, Amending City of Boston Code, Ordinances, Chapter XV, Section X and Establishing the Boston Fair Chance Act, the committee submitted a report recommending the Ordinance ought to pass in a new draft. The report was accepted; the Ordinance was passed in a new draft.The report was accepted; the ordinance was passed in a new draft.  Action details Video Video
2022-0435 2 Committee ReportsOn the message and order, referred on March 30, 2022, Docket #0435, Petition for a Special Law re: An act authorizing the City of Boston to grant four additional licenses for the sale of alcoholic beverages to be drunk on the specified premises, the committee submitted a report recommending the petition ought to pass in a new draft. The report was accepted; the petition was passed in a new draft; yeas 13.The report was accepted; the petition was passed.  Action details Video Video
2022-0536 2 Mayor OrderOn the message and order, referred on April 27, 2022, Docket #0536, authorizing the Mayor's Office of Housing to accept and expend payments in the amount of Forty Million Dollars ($40,000,000.00) given to the City of Boston's Inclusionary Development Policy Fund for the purpose of producing and preserving affordable housing in the City of Boston, the committee submitted a report recommending that this matter ought to pass. The report was accepted; the order was passed.The report was accepted; the order was passed.  Action details Video Video
2022-0537 2 Mayor OrderOn the message and order, referred on April 27, 2022, Docket #0537, authorizing the City of Boston to apply for, accept and expend the Federal Fiscal Year 2022 Housing and Community Development funds from the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). This Order includes the following grant programs, with final awards estimated not to exceed the totals listed. Community Development Block Grant $18,000,000.00, HOME Investment Partnership Program $7,000,000.00, Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS $4,000,000.00 and the Emergency Solution Grant $2,000,000.00, the Committee submitted a report recommending that this matter ought to pass. The report was accepted; the order was passed.The report was accepted; the order was passed.  Action details Video Video
2022-0708 2 Mayor OrderOn the message and order, referred on June 8, 2022, Docket #0708, authorizing the City of Boston, acting through the Mayor’s Office of Housing, to apply for, accept and expend the amount of Twenty One Million Five Hundred Ninety Seven Thousand Seven Hundred Ninety Seven Dollars ($21,597,797.00) provided under the HOME Investment Partnerships Program-American Rescue Plan (HOME-ARP) Act of 2021 from the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development. The purpose of the HOME-ARP funds is to provide housing to individuals, to households who are homeless, at risk of homelessness and other vulnerable populations in the City of Boston, the committee submitted a report recommending the order ought to pass. The report was accepted; the order was passed.The report was accepted; the order was passed.  Action details Video Video
2022-0625 2 Mayor OrderOn the message and order, referred on May 18, 2022. Docket 0625, to reduce the FY22 appropriation for the Reserve for Collective Bargaining by One Hundred Twenty Three Thousand Two Hundred and Ninety One Dollars ($123,291.00) to provide funding for various departments for the FY22 increases contained within the collective bargaining agreements between the Boston Public Health Commission and AFSCME, Council 93, the committee submitted a report recommending the order ought to pass. The report was accepted; the order was passed.The report was accepted; the order was passed.  Action details Video Video
2022-0626 2 Mayor OrderOn the message and order, referred May 18, 2022, Docket 0626, for the supplemental appropriation Order for the Boston Public Health Commission for FY22 in the amount of One Hundred Twenty Three Thousand Two Hundred and Ninety One Dollars ($123,291.00) to cover the FY22 cost items contained within the collective bargaining agreements between the Boston Public Health Commission and AFSCME, Council 93. The terms of the contracts are October 1, 2020 through September 30, 2023. The major provisions of the contract include base wage increases of 2%, 1.5% and 2% percent to be given in January of each fiscal year of the contact term, the committee submitted a report recommending the order ought to pass. The report was accepted; the order was passed.The report was accepted; the order was passed.  Action details Video Video
2022-0627 2 Mayor OrderOn the message and order, referred May 18, 2022, Docket 0627, to reduce the FY22 appropriation for the Reserve for Collective Bargaining by Ninety Four Thousand One Hundred Thirteen Dollars ($94,113.00) to provide funding for the Inspection Service Department for the FY22 increases contained within the Collective Bargaining agreements between the City of Boston and the Office and Professional Employees International Union, Local 6 (OPEIU), the committee submitted a report recommending the order ought to pass. The report was accepted; the order was passed.The report was accepted; the order was passed.  Action details Video Video
2022-0628 2 Mayor OrderOn the message and order, referred on May 18, 2022, Docket 0628, for the supplemental appropriation Order for the Inspectional Services Department for FY22 in the amount of Ninety Four Thousand One Hundred Thirteen Dollars ($94,113.00) to cover the FY22 cost contained within the collective cost items contained within the collective bargaining agreements between the City of Boston and the Office and Professional Employee International Union Local 6 (OPEIU). The terms of the contracts are July 1, 2020 through June 30, 2023. The major provisions of the contract include base wage increases of 2%, 1.5% and 2% percent to be given in October of each fiscal year of the contact term, the committee submitted a report recommending the order ought to pass. The report was accepted; the order was passed.The report was accepted; the order was passed.  Action details Video Video
2022-0762 2 Matters Recently Heard-For Possible ActionMessage disapproving the Annual Appropriation and Tax Order for FY2023, (Docket #0480), passed City Council June 8, 2022. I am filing an amended Annual Appropriation and Tax Order. On motion of Councilor Fernandes Anderson as Chair of the Committee on Ways and Means offered Partial Override #1 with the following increases and decreases to Docket #0763.The report was accepted; the order was passed in a new draft.  Action details Video Video
2022-0763 2 Matters Recently Heard-For Possible ActionMessage and order for Amended Annual Appropriation and Tax Order for FY2023. On motion of Councilor Fernandes Anderson as Chair of the Committee on Ways and Means will be recommending overrides to the Mayor's Annual Appropriation and Tax Order return and modification as follows: Partial override #1: 1. Increase Black Male Advancement Personnel Services, $600,000 to expand the office capacity (adding $400,000 to the line on the tax order). 2. Increase Office of Human Services (Office of Returning Citizens) Contractual Services, $800,000 to increase capacity in the Office of Returning Citizens (adding $500,000 to the line on the tax order). 3. Increase OEOI Contractual Services, $100,000 to commission a citywide life insurance study. 4. Increase City Clerk Contractual Services, $200,000 to procure codification services for the review and recodification of the City of Boston Code-Ordinances and the Special Acts relating to the City of Boston, including the City Charter. 5. Increase BCYF Personnel Services, $120,000 for youth workers to support programming for youth residents of BHA ComThe report was accepted; the petition was passed in a new draft.  Action details Video Video
2022-0816 1 Council Legislative ResolutionResolution recognizing July 5th As Dia Di Kabuverdianus Na Boston aka "Boston Cabo Verdean's Day". On motion of Councilor Fernandes Anderson, Rule 12 was invoked to include Councilors Worrell and Baker as co-sponsors. On motion of Councilors Fernandes Anderson, Worrell and Baker, the rules were suspended; the resolution was adopted.The rules were suspended; the resolution was adopted.  Action details Video Video
2022-0819 1 Council Legislative ResolutionResolution recognizing July 1, 2022 as Somali Independence Day.The rules were suspended; the resolution was adopted.  Action details Video Video
2022-0503 4 Mayor OrderOn the motion and order, referred on April 13, 2022, Docket #0503, message and order authorizing the City of Boston to accept and expend the amount of Three Hundred Forty Nine Million Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($349,500,000.00) in the form of a grant, awarded by the United States Department of Treasury, to be administered by the City of Boston’s Chief Financial Officer/Collector Treasurer. This grant payment is made from the Coronavirus State and Local Fiscal Recovery Fund (SLFRF) in the Treasury of the United States established by Section 9901 of the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (ARPA) Pursuant to the requirements of the ARPA, the grant payment would fund COVID-19 response and recovery efforts and accelerate a Green New Deal for Boston through once-in-a-generation, transformative investments that address the systemic health and economic challenges in the areas of affordable housing, economic opportunity and inclusion, behavioral health, climate and mobility, arts and culture and early childhood, the committee submitted a report recommending the order ought to pass in a new dRemains in   Action details Video Video
2022-0504 3 Mayor OrderOm the message and order authorizing the City of Boston to accept and expend the amount of Forty Million Dollars ($40,000,000.00) in the form of a grant, awarded by the United States Department of the Treasury to be administered by the City of Boston’s Chief Financial Officer/Collector Treasurer. This grant payment is made from the Coronavirus State and Local Fiscal Recovery Fund (CLFRF) in the Treasury of the United States established by Section 9901 of the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (ARPA). Pursuant to the requirements of ARPA, the grant payment would fund provisions of government services to the extent of the reduction in revenue of such State, territory, or Tribal government due to the COVID-19 public health emergency relative to revenues collected in the most recent full fiscal year of the State, territory or Tribal government prior to the emergency, the committee submitted a report recommending that the order ought to pass. The report was accepted; the order was passed; yeas 12.The report was accepted; the order was passed.  Action details Video Video
2022-0815 1 Council Hearing OrderWithdrawnwithdrawn  Action details Video Video
2022-0817 1 Council Legislative ResolutionResolution calling for the announcement of a public health crisis related to traffic safety and injuries and implementation of sound prevention policies. Councilor Arroyo in the Chair.The rules were suspended; the resolution was adopted.  Action details Video Video
2022-0818 1 Council Legislative ResolutionResolution Recognizing June 27 As National PTSD Awareness Day Councilor Arroyo in the Chair.The rules were suspended; the resolution was adopted.  Action details Video Video
2022-0820 1 Personnel OrdersCouncilor Flynn for Councilor Worrell offered the following: Order for the appointment of temporary employees Kurt Faustin, Dustin Gardner and Dianna Vega in City Council, effective June 18, 2022.Passed under suspension of the rules.  Action details Video Video
2022-0821 1 Personnel OrdersCouncilor Flynn for Councilor Worrell offered the following: Order for the appointment of temporary employees Dustin Gardner in City Council, effective June 25, 2022.Passed under suspension of the rules.  Action details Video Video
2022-0822 1 Personnel OrdersCouncilor Flynn for Councilor Worrell offered the following: Order for the appointment of temporary employee Dianna Vega in City Council, effective June 25, 2022.Passed under suspension of the rules.  Action details Video Video
2022-0823 1 Personnel OrdersCouncilor Flynn for Councilor Mejia offered the following: Order for the appointment of temporary employee Gina Endres in City Council, effective June 18, 2022.Passed under suspension of the rules.  Action details Video Video
2022-0824 1 Personnel OrdersCouncilor Flynn for Councilor Mejia offered the following: Order for the appointment of temporary employee Gina Endres in City Council, effective June 25, 2022.Passed under suspension of the rules.  Action details Video Video
2022-0825 1 Personnel OrdersCouncilor Flynn for Councilor Mejia offered the following: Order for the appointment of temporary employee Asli Ercem in City Council, effective June 18, 2022.Passed under suspension of the rules.  Action details Video Video
2022-0826 1 Personnel OrdersCouncilor Flynn for Councilor Mejia offered the following: Order for the appointment of temporary employee Asli Ercem in City Council, effective June 25, 2022.Passed under suspension of the rules.  Action details Video Video
2022-0827 1 Personnel OrdersCouncilor Flynn for Councilor Arroyo offered the following: Order for the appointment of temporary employees Rayshon Irby and Skhashah Charles in City Council, effective July 2, 2022.Passed under suspension of the rules.  Action details Video Video
2022-0828 1 Personnel OrdersCouncilor Flynn for Councilor Louijeune offered the following: Order for the appointment of temporary employee Hodan Hashi in City Council, effective July2, 2022.Passed under suspension of the rules.  Action details Video Video
2022-0829 1 Personnel OrdersCouncilor Flynn for Councilor Murphy offered the following: Order for the appointment of temporary employee Albert Chen in City Council, effective June 18, 2022.Passed under suspension of the rules.  Action details Video Video
2022-0830 1 Personnel OrdersCouncilor Flynn for Councilor Murphy offered the following: Order for the appointment of temporary employees Ryan Clark and Joseph Gaffney in City Council, effective July 2, 2022.Passed under suspension of the rules.  Action details Video Video
2022-0852 1 Report of Public OfficerCouncilor Flynn for Councilor Louijeune offered the following: Order for the appointment of temporary employee Marcus McNeil in City Council, effective June 18, 2022.Passed under suspension of the rules.  Action details Video Video
2022-0853 1 Report of Public OfficerCouncilor Flynn for Councilor Mejia offered the following: Order for the appointment of temporary employees Jacob deBlecourt and Sandra Sanchez Saavedra in City Council, effective July 2, 2022.Passed under suspension of the rules.  Action details Video Video
2022-0854 1 Report of Public OfficerCouncilor Flynn for Councilor Fernandes Anderson offered the following: Order for the appointment of temporary employees Aline Mercury and David Silberg in City Council, effective July 2, 2022.Passed under suspension of the rules.  Action details Video Video
2022-0855 1 Mayor OrderOn the motion and order, referred on June 19, 2022, Docket #0816, Message and order authorizing the City of Boston to accept and expend the amount of SEVENTEEN MILLION AND SEVEN HUNDRED THOUSAND Dollars ($17,700,000.00) in the form of a grant, awarded by the United States Department of the Treasury to be administered by the City of Boston's Chief Financial Officer/Collector Treasurer. Pursuant to the requirements of ARPA, the grant will fund COVID-19 response and recovery efforts, the committee submitted a report recommending the order ought to pass in a new draft. The report was accepted; the order was passed in a new draft; yeas 12, not present 1 (Fernandes Anderson).Referred to  Action details Video Video
2022-0856 1 Report of Public OfficerMessage and order authorizing the Transportation Department to accept and expend certain donated goods from Stop & Shop, located at 301 Centre Street, valued at FOUR THOUSAND Dollars ($4,000.00). The donated goods will include water, snacks and sponsored T-shirts(the "Donated Goods"). The donated goods will support the Jamaica Plain Open Streets event sponsored by the City of Boston on July 10, 2022.The rules were suspended; the order was passed.  Action details Video Video
2022-0857 1 Report of Public OfficerMessage and order authorizing the Transportation Department to accept and expend certain donated goods from Whole Foods Supermarket, located at 413 Centre Street, valued at FOUR THOUSAND Dollars ($4,000.00). The donated goods will include water, snacks and sponsored T-shirts(the "Donated Goods"). The donated goods will support the Jamaica Plain Open Streets event sponsored by the City of Boston on July 10, 2022.The rules were suspended; the order was passed.  Action details Video Video
2022-0858 1 Report of Public OfficerResolution Affirming Full Abortion Rights and Reproductive Equity In Opposition to the Supreme Court Overturning Roe V. Wade. On motion of Councilors Bok and Breadon, Rule 12 was invoked to include Councilor Louijeune as a co-sponsor. On motion of Councilors Bok, Breadon and louijeune, the rules were suspended, the resolution was adopted.The rules were suspended; the resolution was adopted.  Action details Video Video
2022-0859 1 Report of Public OfficerOrdinance Amending CBC 2-8.3The rules were suspended; the ordinance was adopted.  Action details Video Video
2022-0607 1 Mayor OrdinanceCouncilor Arroyo called Docket #0607, message and ordinance amending City of Boston Code, Ordinances Section 9-9,12, Inspection of Exterior Walls and Appurtenances of Buildings Requiring Periodic Inspection. This Ordinance provides the Inspectional Services Department ("ISD") with an important tool to ensure the ongoing safety and professional inspection of building facades across the City of Boston, from the Committee on Government Operations. No objection being heard, the matter was before the body. On motion of Councilor Arroyo, the ordinance was passed.The rules were suspended; the ordinance was adopted.  Action details Not available
2022-0720 1 Report of Public OfficerCouncilor Baker called Docket #0720, Communication was received from the City Clerk transmitting a communication from the Boston Landmarks Commission for City Council action on the designation of the Petition #38, Highland Park Architectural Conservation District, Roxbury, Ma. (In effect after July 8, 2022 if not acted upon), from the Committee on Planning Development and Transportation. Hearing no objection, the matter was before the body. On motion of Councilor Baker, the order was passed.The report was accepted; the petition was passed.  Action details Not available
2022-0502 1 Loan OrderCouncilor Flaherty called Docket #0502, message and order approving an appropriation of One Million Four Hundred Twenty Three Thousand Three Hundred Eighty Six Dollars ($1,423,386.00) for the administrative and operating expenses of the City of Boston Community Preservation Committee (“CPC”) for the Fiscal Year 2023 and a further appropriation order in the amount of Thirty Eight Million Eight Hundred Sixty One Thousand Eight Hundred Ninety Four Dollars ($38,861,894.00) from the Community Preservation (“the Fund”) estimated annual revenues for Fiscal Year 2023, to be appropriated and reserved for future appropriation,from the Committee on Community Preservation Act. Hearing no objection, the matter was before the body. On motion of Councilor Flaherty, the order was passed.The rules were suspended; the order was passed.  Action details Not available
2022-0484 1 Mayor OrderCouncilor Fernandes Anderson called Docket #0484, message and order, referred on April 13, 2022 Docket #0484, authorizing the City of Boston to enter into one or more leases, lease-purchase or installment sales agreements in Fiscal Year 2023 in an amount not to exceed Thirty Six Million Dollars ($36,000,000.00). These funds are to be used by various City departments for the acquisition of equipment in furtherance of their respective governmental functions. The list of equipment includes: computer equipment (hardware and software), motor vehicles and trailers, ambulances, firefighting equipment, office equipment, telecommunications equipment, photocopying equipment, medical equipment, school and educational equipment, school buses, parking meters, street lighting installation, traffic signal equipment and equipment functionally related to, and components of the foregoing, from the Committee on Ways and Means. Hearing no objection, the matter was before the body. On motion of Councilor Fernandes Anderson, the order was read a second time and again passed; yeas 13.The rules were suspended; the order was passed.  Action details Not available
2022-0485 1 Mayor OrderCouncilor Fernandes Anderson called Docket #00485, message and order, referred on April 13, 2022 Docket #0488, approving an appropriation of Five Hundred Fifty Million Three Hundred Seventy Thousand Dollars ($550,370,000.00) for the acquisition of interests in land or the acquisition of assets, or the landscaping, alteration, remediation, rehabilitation improvement of public land, the construction, reconstruction, rehabilitation, improvement, alteration, remodeling, enlargement, demolition, removal or extraordinary repairs of public buildings, facilities, assets, works or infrastructure; for the cost of feasibility studies or engineering or architectural services for plans and specifications; for the development, design, purchase and installation of computer hardware or software and computer-assisted integrated financial management and accounting systems; and any and all cost incidental or related to the above described projects; for the purposes of various city departments included Boston Center for Youth and Families, Department of Innovation and Technology, Environment, Fire, NeigThe rules were suspended; the order was passed.  Action details Not available
2022-0486 1 Mayor OrderCouncilor Fernandes Anderson called Docket #0486, message and order, referred on April 13, 2022 Docket #0486, approving an appropriation One Hundred Thirty Eight Million Five Hundred Thirty Five Thousand Dollars ($138,535,000.00) for the acquisition of interests in land or the acquisition of assets, or the landscaping, alteration, remediation, rehabilitation, or improvement of public land, the construction, reconstruction, rehabilitation, improvement, alteration, remodeling, enlargement, demolition, removal or extraordinary repairs of public buildings, facilities, assets, works or infrastructure; for the cost of feasibility studies or engineering or architectural services for plans and specifications; for the development, design, purchase and installation of computer hardware or software and computer-assisted integrated financial management and accounting systems; and any and all cost incidental or related to the above described projects; for the purposes of the Boston Public Schools, from the Committee on Ways and Means. Hearing no objection, the matter was before the body. On motThe rules were suspended; the order was passed.  Action details Not available
2022-0710 1 Mayor OrderCouncilor Fernandes Anderson called Docket #0710, message and order authorizing the Collector-Treasurer for the City of Boston to enter into a compensation balance agreement with Citizens Bank, pursuant to Massachusetts General Law Chapter 44, Section 53F, for the provision of Banking Services as more fully described in the attached form, from the Committee on Ways and Means. Hearing no objection, the matter was before the body. On motion of Councilor Fernandes Anderson, the order was passed.The rules were suspended; the order was passed.  Action details Not available
2022-0711 1 Mayor OrderCouncilor Fernandes Anderson called Docket #0711, message and order authorizing the Collector-Treasurer for the City of Boston to enter into a compensation balance agreement with J.P. Morgan Chase Bank, N.A., pursuant to Massachusetts General Law Chapter 44, Section 53F, for the provision of Banking Services as more fully described in the attached form, from the Committee on Ways and Means. Hearing no objection, the matter was before the body. On motion of Councilor Fernandes Anderson, the order was passed.The rules were suspended; the order was passed.  Action details Not available
2022-0831 1 Consent Agenda ResolutionResolution recognizing Stephanie Fredericks.   Action details Not available
2022-0832 1 Consent Agenda ResolutionResolution recognizing Bannet Steele.   Action details Not available
2022-0833 1 Consent Agenda ResolutionResolution recognizing April Ricci.   Action details Not available
2022-0834 1 Consent Agenda ResolutionResolution in recognition of Father Frantzy Petit-Homme Manman Mari.   Action details Not available
2022-0835 1 Consent Agenda ResolutionResolution recognizing 20 people on their academic achievements during unprecedented times as a member of the Condon Community Center's ASPIRE Program".   Action details Not available
2022-0836 1 Consent Agenda ResolutionResolution recognizing Lisa Evans and Tim Smith We Grow Microgreens.   Action details Not available
2022-0837 1 Consent Agenda ResolutionResolution recognizing Julian Zapata.   Action details Not available
2022-0838 1 Consent Agenda ResolutionResolution recognizing 31 students from Madison Park Technical Vocational High School.   Action details Not available
2022-0839 1 Consent Agenda ResolutionResolution recognizing Patricia Anne Morse.   Action details Not available
2022-0840 1 Consent Agenda ResolutionResolution in memory of Ann M. Kineavy.   Action details Not available
2022-0841 1 Consent Agenda ResolutionResolution in memory of Helen Danilecki.   Action details Not available
2022-0842 1 Consent Agenda ResolutionResolution recognizing the Neighborhood Food Action Collaborative of Hyde Park and Ric Henry.   Action details Not available
2022-0843 1 Consent Agenda ResolutionResolution recognizing the Belnel Family Neighborhood Association and Helena Tonge.   Action details Not available
2022-0844 1 Consent Agenda ResolutionResolution in memory of Carole Brittan.   Action details Not available
2022-0845 1 Consent Agenda ResolutionResolution congratulating Police Superintendent James K Chin.   Action details Not available
2022-0846 1 Consent Agenda ResolutionResolution congratulating English for New Bostonians for their 20th anniversary.   Action details Not available
2022-0847 1 Consent Agenda ResolutionResolution congratulating Nefisa Siraj.   Action details Not available
2022-0848 1 Consent Agenda ResolutionResolution congratulating the American Legion Post no. 328   Action details Not available
2022-0849 1 Consent Agenda ResolutionResolution celebrating 75th anniversary of Paralyzed Veterans America.   Action details Not available
2022-0850 1 Consent Agenda ResolutionResolution recognizing Mrs. Alma Wright.   Action details Not available
2022-0851 1 Consent Agenda ResolutionResolution in memory of Mary Moran.   Action details Not available
2022-0860 1 Report of Public OfficerResolution in memory of Mary L. McLaughlin.   Action details Not available