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City Council meeting

The City Council is holding a meeting on November 30 at 12 p.m.

All City Council meetings are held at 12 p.m. (noon) in the Christopher A. Iannella Chamber on the fifth floor of Boston City Hall, unless otherwise noted. All meetings are open to the public and are also available on Xfinity Channel 8, RCN 82, Fios 964, and livestream via City Council TV.

Discussion Topics

  1. APPROVAL OF THE MINUTES
  2. COMMUNICATIONS FROM HER HONOR, THE MAYOR:

    1409    Message and order authorizing the City of Boston to accept and expend the 
        amount of Thirteen Million Five Hundred Twenty Thousand Dollars 
        ($13,520,000.00) in the form of a grant for continued support of planning, 
        exercises, trainings and operational needs that will assist in building 
        enhanced and sustainable security capacities to help prevent, respond to and 
        recover from threats to acts of terrorism, including Chemical, Biological, 
        Radiological, Nuclear and Explosive incidents, awarded by the United 
        States Department of Homeland Security, passed though the MA Executive 
        Office of Public Safety & Security, to be administered by the Department of 
        Emergency Management. The grant will fund the Federal FY2022 Urban 
        Areas Security Initiative.

        1410    Message and order authorizing the City of Boston to accept and expend the 
        amount of One Million One Hundred Sixty Nine Thousand Six Hundred 
        Twenty Three Dollars ($1,169,623.00) in the form of a grant for the 
        Boston Providence Regional Catastrophic Preparedness project, through 
        which we work to close known capability gaps, encourage innovative 
        regional solutions to issues related to catastrophic incidents and build in 
        existing regional preparedness efforts, awarded by the United States 
        Department of Homeland Security, passed through the Federal Emergency 
        Management Agency, to be administered by the Department of Homeland 
        Security. The grant will fund the Federal FY22 Regional Catastrophic 
        Preparedness.

        1411    Message and order authorizing the City of Boston to accept and expend the 
        amount of Three Hundred Sixty Thousand Dollars ($360,000.00) in the 
        form of a grant, three years of salary for the BTD staff position that is 
        needed to implement transportation and infrastructure improvements 
        associated with the BPDA plans, awarded by the Boston Redevelopment 
        Authority to be administered by the Transportation Department. The grant 
        will fund the Boston Planning and Development Authority (BPDA) 
        Memorandum of Agreement.

        1412    Message and order authorizing the City of Boston to accept and expend the 
        amount of Two Hundred Twenty Three Thousand Seven Hundred Twenty 
        Three Dollars and Fifty Nine Cents ($223,723.59) in the form of a grant, for 
        the Emergency Rental Assistance Grant, awarded by the United States 
        Department of the Treasury to be administered by the Mayor’s Office of 
        Housing. The grant will fund assistance to households that are unable to pay 
        rent and utilities due to the COIVD 19 pandemic. This is a supplemental 
        award from the United States Treasury’s Reallocated Funds.

        1413    Message and order authorizing the City of Boston to accept and expend the 
        amount of One Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars ($150,000.00) in the form 
        of a grant, for the Waterfront Cultural Planning & Development Agency to 
        be administered by the Mayor’s Office of Art and Culture. The grant will 
        fund an analysis of existing, pending and planned civic and cultural 
        facilities in Boston waterfront neighborhoods.

        1414    Message and order authorizing the City of Boston to accept and expend the 
        amount of Seventy Five Thousand Dollars ($75,000.00) in the form of a 
        grant for the Allston Public Realm Flexible Fund, awarded by Harvard 
        University, passed through the Boston Planning & Development Agency, to 
        be administered by the Public Works Department. The grant will fund a 
        survey of a portion of the Western Avenue corridor in North Allston North 
        Brighton.

        1415    Message 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 Stuart Street Mitigation, awarded by the Boston Redevelopment 
        Authority to be administered by the Police Department. The grant will fund 
        the purchase and installation of safety cameras connected to the Boston 
        Police system, further to a vote by the Executive Committee of the Bay 
        Village Neighborhood Association.

        1416    Message and order authorizing the City of Boston to accept and expend the 
        amount of Thirteen Thousand Six Hundred Fifty Six Dollars ($13,656.00) 
        in the form of a grant, for the FY23 Municipal Road Safety, awarded by the 
        United States Department of Transportation, passed through the MA 
        Executive Office of Public Safety & Security, to be administered by the 
        Police Department. The grant will fund high visibility traffic enforcement 
        of motor vehicle laws, including but not limited to, speeding and aggressive 
        driving, distracted driving, impaired driving and occupant protection.
     

  3. REPORTS OF PUBLIC OFFICERS AND OTHERS:

    1417    Councilor Flynn offered the following: Communication was received 
        from City Council President Flynn regarding updated City Council 
        committee assignments.

        1418    Notice was received from the Mayor of the appointment of Jerica Bradley 
        as Temporary Second Assistant Collector Treasurer for a period of sixty 
        days, effective November 25, 2022.

  4. REPORTS OF COMMITTEES:

    0185    The Committee on Government Operations, to which was referred on 
        January 26, 2022, Docket #0185, Petition for a Special Law re: An Act 
        Granting the City of Boston the Authority to Provide Legal Voting Rights 
        in Municipal Elections for City of Boston Residents Aged 16 and 17 Years 
        Old, submits a report recommending that the home rule petition ought to 
        pass in a new draft.

        0799    The Committee on Arts Culture and Special Events, to which was referred 
        on June 29, 2022, Docket #0977, message 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, submits a report recommending that the 
        docket ought to pass.

        1246    The Committee on Arts Culture and Special Events, to which was referred 
        on October 19, 2022, Docket #1246, message and order authorizing the City 
        of Boston to accept and expend a grant from the Boston Planning and 
        Development Agency in an amount not to exceed Four Million Six Hundred 
        One Thousand Five Hundred and Eighty Nine Dollars ($4,601,589.00) 
        which will be allocated to the Mayor’s Office of Arts and Culture for its 
        work on public arts and culture efforts, submits a report recommending that 
        the docket ought to pass.

        0931    The Committee on Strong Women, Families and Communities, to which 
        was referred on August 10, 2022, Docket #0931, message and order 
        authorizing the City of Boston to accept and expend the amount of Two 
        Million Two Hundred Ninety Nine Thousand One Hundred Seventeen 
        Dollars and Sixty Eight Cents ($2,299,117.68) in the form of a grant for the 
        FY23 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, at the rate 
        of $7.39 per meal for up to 311,112 meals, submits a report that the order 
        ought to pass.

        1134    The Committee on Strong Women, Families and Communities, to which 
        was referred on September 21, 2022, Docket #1134, message and order 
        authorizing the City of Boston to accept and expend the amount of One 
        Million Nine Hundred Sixty Nine Thousand Sixty Six Dollars 
        ($1,969,066.00) in the form of a grant, for the Federal FY23 Title III C 
        Nutrition Services Program, awarded by the U.S. Department of Health and 
        Human Services, passed through 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. These services are 
        enhanced by Federal Nutrition Services Incentive Program and the State 
        Elder Lunch Program grants, submits a report recommending that the order 
        ought to pass.

        1135    The Committee on Strong Women, Families and Communities, to which 
        was referred on September 21, 2022, Docket #1135, message and order 
        authorizing the City of Boston to accept and expend the amount of One 
        Million Six Thousand Eight Hundred Seventy Five Dollars ($1,006,875.00) 
        in the form of a grant for the FY23 Title III B Supportive Services, awarded 
        by U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, passed through the MA 
        Executive Office of Elder Affairs, to be administered by the Age Strong 
        Commission. The grant will fund home based support services for older 
        adults in the City of Boston, submits a report recommending that the order 
        ought to pass.

        1136    The Committee on Strong Women, Families and Communities, to which 
        was referred on September 21, 2022, Docket 1136, message and order 
        authorizing the City of Boston to accept and expend the amount of Nine 
        Hundred Eighty Seven Thousand Four Hundred Fifty Two Dollars and 
        Forty Four Cents ($987,452.44) in the form of a grant, from the Federal 
        FY22 Nutrition Services Incentive Program, awarded by the U. S. 
        Department of Health and Human Services, passed though the MA 
        Executive Office of Elder Affairs, to be administered by the Age Strong 
        Commission, submits a report recommending that the order ought to pass.

        1137    The Committee on Strong Women, Families and Communities, to which 
        was referred on September 21, 2022, Docket #1137, message and order 
        authorizing the City of Boston to accept and expend the amount of Five 
        Hundred Twenty Four Thousand Two Hundred Eighty Seven Dollars 
        ($524,287.00) in the form of a grant for the Federal FY23 Title III E Family 
        Caregiver Support Program, awarded by the U.S. Department of Health and 
        Human Services, passed through the MA Executive Office of Elder Affairs, 
        to be administered by the Age Strong Commission. The grant will fund 
        Caregiver Services for older adults in the City of Boston, submits a report 
        recommending that the order ought to pass.

        1138    The Committee on Strong, Women, Families, and Communities, to which 
        was referred on September 21, 2022, Docket #1138, Message and order 
        authorizing the City of Boston to accept and expend the amount of Four 
        Hundred Twenty Four Thousand Eight Hundred Twenty One Dollars 
        ($424,821.00) in the form of a grant for the Federal FY23 Title III A, 
        awarded by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, passed 
        through the MA Executive Office of Elder Affairs, to be administered by 
        the Age Strong Commission. The grant will fund cost for administration of 
        Title III programs, submits a report recommending that the order ought to 
        pass.

        1139    The Committee on Strong Women, Families and Communities, to which 
        was referred on September 21, 2022, Docket #1139, Message and order 
        authorizing the City of Boston to accept and expend the amount of One 
        Hundred Seventy Seven Thousand Two Hundred Seventy One Dollars 
        ($177,271.00) in the form of a grant, for the Federal FY23 Title 
        III Ombudsman Program, awarded by the U.S. Department of Health and 
        Human Services, passed through the MA Executive Office of Elder Affairs, 
        to be administered by the Age Strong Commission. The grant will fund 
        consumer protection programs to improve long term services for older 
        adults in the City of Boston, submits a report recommending that the order 
        ought to pass.

        1140    The Committee on Strong Women, Families and Communities, to which 
        was referred on September 21, 2022, Docket #1140, Message and order 
        authorizing the City of Boston to accept and expend the amount of Seventy 
        Eight Thousand Sixty Hundred Ninety Five Dollars ($78,695.00) in the 
        form of a grant, for the Federal FY23 Title III D Disease Prevention & 
        Health Promotion, awarded by the U.S. Department of Health and Human 
        Services, passed through the MA Executive Office of Elder Affairs, to be 
        administered by the Age Strong Commission. The grant will fund services 
        that assist older adults in Boston to prevent illness and manage chronic 
        conditions, submits a report recommending that the order ought to pass.

        1343    The Committee on Strong Women, Families and Communities, to which 
        was referred on November 2, 2022, Docket #1343, message and order 
        authorizing the City of Boston to accept and expend  the amount of One 
        Million Four Hundred Three Thousand Eight Hundred Fifty Six Dollars 
        ($1,403,856.00) in the form of a grant, for the State FY23 Council on the 
        Aging formula allocation, awarded by the MA Executive Office of Elder 
        Affairs to be administered by the Age Strong Commission. The grant will 
        fund services for 116,988 older adults in the City of Boston at $12 per 
        person, according to 2020 Census data from UMass Boston Donahue 
        Institute, submits a report recommending that the order ought to pass.

        1247    The Committee on Public Safety and Criminal Justice, to which was 
        referred on October 19, 2022, Docket #1247, Message and order 
        authorizing the City of Boston to accept and expend the amount of Four 
        Hundred Forty One Thousand Eight Hundred Twenty Five Dollars 
        ($441,825.00) in the form of a grant, for the FY22 Byrne Justice Assistance 
        Grant Local Allocation, awarded by the United States Department of 
        Justice to be administered by the Police Department. The grant will fund a 
        Domestic Violence Management Analyst at the Family Justice Center, a 
        Hub & Center of Responsibility Coordinator and a Technology Coordinator 
        for multiple data collection, reporting and records management systems, 
        submits a report recommending that the order ought to pass.

        1248    The Committee on Public safety and Criminal Justice, to which was referred 
        on October 19, 2022, Docket #1248, Message and order authorizing the 
        City of Boston to accept and expend the amount of Three Hundred Fifteen 
        Thousand Three Hundred Sixty Five Dollars ($315,365.00) in the form of a 
        grant for the FY2022 DNA Capacity Enhancement and Backlog Reduction 
        Program, awarded by the United States Department of Justice to be 
        administered by the Police Department. The grant will fund two Criminalist 
        positions, lab supplies, equipment and continuing education expenses, 
        submits a report recommending that the order ought to pass.

     

    1386 The Committee on Ways and Means, to which was referred on November 2,
    2022, Docket #1386, Order relative to the adoption of classification in the
    City of Boston in Fiscal Year 2023, submits a report recommending that the
    order ought to pass.

  5. MATTERS RECENTLY HEARD FOR POSSIBLE ACTION:

    1352    Order for a hearing regarding diversion services for trash at large Boston 
        venues.

        1344    Message and order authorizing the City of Boston for an appropriation in 
        the amount of One Million Five Hundred Fifteen Thousand Dollars 
        ($1,515,000.00) for the purpose of paying cost of a feasibility study and 
        schematic design work associated with roof, boiler and window and door 
        replacement projects at the following schools: the Jeremiah E. Burke High 
        School, English High School, the Dr. William Henderson Upper School, the 
        Dennis C. Haley Elementary School and the Curley K 8 School.

        0965    Order for a hearing on increasing Green Stormwater Infrastructure Capacity 
        at Boston Water & Sewer and the City of Boston.

        0617    Order for a hearing on Government Transparency and Accountability 
        Towards Service Provision and Spending on ELL Students.

        0724    Order for a hearing on an Audit for Boston Public Schools Special 
        Education services and return on investment.

  6. MOTIONS, ORDERS AND RESOLUTIONS:

        1419    Councilor Mejia offered the following: Order for a hearing examining the 
        City of Boston's procurement practices and procedure.

        1420    Councilor Murphy offered the following: Order requesting certain 
        information under 17F regarding Boston Public Schools.

        1421    Councilor Murphy offered the following: Order requesting certain 
        information under 17F regarding Boston Public School Busses.

  7. PERSONNEL ORDERS:

    1422    Councilor Flynn for Councilor Coletta offered the following: Order for the 
        appointment of temporary employee Elaine Donovan in City Council, 
        effective November 26, 2022.

        1423    Councilor Flynn for Councilor Coletta offered the following: Order for the 
        appointment of temporary employee Jayne Imbergamo in City Council, 
        effective November 19, 2022.

        1424    Councilor Flynn for Councilor Baker offered the following: Order for the 
        appointment of temporary employees Amanda Curley, Malaki Hernandez, 
        Patricia McCormack, Joseph M. McEachern, Amanda O'Connor and Julie 
        Ryan in City Council, effective November 26, 2022.

        1425    Councilor Flynn for Councilor Baker offered the following: Order for the 
        appointment of temporary employees Amanda Curley, Malaki Hernandez, 
        Patricia McCormack, Joseph M. McEachern, Amanda O'Connor and Julie 
        Ryan in City Council, effective December 3, 2022.

        1426    Councilor Flynn for Councilor Arroyo offered the following: Order for the 
        appointment temporary employees Jordan Frias, Justin Gardner, Rayshon 
        Irby, Faarooq Sahabdeen and Jamie Leveque Beon in City Council, 
        effective November 26, 2022.

        1427    Councilor Flynn for Councilor Flaherty offered the following: Order for the 
        appointment of temporary employees Clare Brooks, Tricia A. Kalayjian, 
        Mary Karski and Paul Sullivan in City Council, effective November 26, 
        2022.

        1428    Councilor Flynn for Councilor Flaherty offered the following: Order for the 
        appointment of temporary employees Clare Brooks, Tricia A. Kalayjian, 
        Mary Karski and Paul Sullivan in City Council, effective December 3, 
        2022.

        1429    Councilor Flynn for Councilor Bok offered the following: Order for the 
        appointment of temporary employees Kennedy Avery, Anthony Baez, 
        Emily Brown and Jacob Werner in City Council, effective November 26, 
        2022.

        1430    Councilor Flynn for Councilor Bok offered the following: Order for the 
        appointment of temporary employees Kennedy Avery, Anthony Baez, 
        Emily Brown and Jacob Werner in City Council, effective December 3, 
        2022.

        1431    Councilor Flynn offered the following: Order for the appointment of 
        temporary employees Ana Calderon, Charles Levin, Melissa Lo, Sophia 
        Wang, Vanessa Woo and Laura Toledano in City Council, effective 
        November 26, 2022.

        1432    Councilor Flynn offered the following: Order for the appointment of 
        temporary employees Ana Calderon, Charles Levin, Melissa Lo, Sophia 
        Wang, Vanessa Woo and Laura Toledano in City Council, effective 
        December 3, 2022.

        1433    Councilor Flynn for Councilor Worrell offered the following: Order for the 
        appointment of temporary employee Ayomide Olumuyiwa in City Council 
        effective December 3, 2022.

        1434    Councilor Flynn for Councilor Coletta offered the following: Order for the 
        appointment of temporary employees Elaine Donovan, Sebastian Parra and 
        Elizabeth Sanchez in City Council, effective December 3, 2022.

        1435    Councilor Flynn for Councilor Coletta offered the following: Order for the 
        appointment of temporary employee Elaine Donovan, Sebastian Parra and 
        Elizabeth Sanchez in City Council, effective December 10, 2022.

        1436    Councilor Flynn for Councilor Fernandes Anderson offered the following: 
        Order for the appointment of temporary employee Rita Fernandes in City 
        Council, effective December 3, 2022.

        1437    Councilor Flynn for Councilor Louijeune offered the following: Order for 
        the appointment of temporary employees Cindy Dieujuste, Hodan Hashi, 
        Emily Polston and Jesse Purvis in City Council, effective November 26, 
        2022.

        1438    Councilor Flynn for Councilor Louijeune offered the following: Order for 
        the appointment of temporary employees Cindy Dieujuste, Hodan Hashi, 
        Emily Polston and Jesse Purvis in City Council, effective December 3, 
        2022.

        1439    Councilor Flynn for Councilor Fernandes Anderson offered the following: 
        Order for the appointment of temporary employee David Silberg in City 
        Council, effective November 26, 2022.

        1440    Councilor Flynn for Councilor Fernandes Anderson offered the following: 
        Order for the appointment of temporary employee David Silberg in City 
        Council, effective December 3, 2022.

        1441    Councilor Flynn for Councilor Breadon offered the following: Order for the 
        appointment of temporary employees Deborah Glennon, Anne Mazzola, 
        Moira McCrave Carragee, Patricia Mullaney and Wayne D.Yeh in City 
        Council, effective November 26, 2022.

        1442    Councilor Flynn for Councilor Breadon offered the following: Order for the 
        appointment of temporary employees Deborah Glennon, Anne Mazzola, 
        Moira McCrave Carragee, Patricia Mullaney and Wayne D.Yeh in City 
        Council, effective December 3, 2022.
     

  8. GREEN SHEETS:

    /30/22    Legislative Calendar for November 30, 2022.

  9. CONSENT AGENDA:

    1443    Councilor Fernandes Anderson offered the following: Resolution 
        recognizing Ms. Andrea Swain.

        1444    Councilor Worrell offered the following: Resolution recognizing Janean 
        T. Brown Muhammad.

        1445    Councilor Worrell offered the following: Resolution recognizing Pastor 
        Easton G. Marks.

        1446    Councilor Worrell offered the following: Resolution extending 
        appreciation to Terri Rahman.

        1447    Councilor Worrell offered the following: Resolution declaring the 16th of 
        September "Kes The Band Day".

        1448    Councilor Worrell offered the following: Resolution in memory of 
        Jasmine Burrell.

        1449    Councilor Worrell offered the following: Resolution recognizing Robert 
        "Bob" Thornell.

        1450    Councilor Worrell offered the following: Resolution recognizing 
        Hyacinth E. Doman.

        1451    Councilor Louijeune offered the following: Resolution recognizing nine 
        officers of the Temple Salem Medical Cadet Corps.

        1452    Councilor Flynn offered the following: Resolution in memory of Winnie 
        Miaoyu Zhu.

        1453    Councilor Coletta offered the following: Resolution recognizing of 
        Private First Class Joseph John Puopolo.

        1454    Councilor Coletta offered the following: Resolution in memory of Ruth 
        V. "Ruthie" Gorman.

        1455    Councilor Coletta offered the following: Resolution recognizing Richard 
        Brennan.

        1456    Councilor Breadon offered the following: Resolution in memory of John 
        O'Brien.

        1457    Councilor Breadon offered the following: Resolution in memory of 
        Frances A. Keady.

        1458    Councilor Flynn offered the following: Resolution recognizing Rachel 
        Pearson.

        1459    Councilor Flynn offered the following: Resolution recognizing Mimi 
        Fong.

        1460    Councilor Flynn offered the following: Resolution recognizing Louis 
        Pasquale.

        1461    Councilor Bok offered the following: Resolution in memory of Hester 
        Fuller.

        1462    Councilor Baker offered the following: Resolution recognizing the 
        relatives of Dr. Hannah Glidden Myrick.

        1463    Councilor Flynn offered the following: Resolution congratulating Amee's 
        Medical Spa.

        1464    Councilor Worrell offered the following: Resolution to declare November 
        29th as "Virginia White Day".

        1465    Councilor Worrell offered the following: Resolution recognizing Stafford 
        Lewis for receiving the Civic Leadership Award.

        1466    Councilor Worrell offered the following: Resolution recognizing Justin 
        and Jamie Chase for receiving the Neighborhood Leadership Award.

        1467    Councilor Worrell offered the following: Resolution recognizing Zaheera 
        Fernandez for receiving the Youth Leadership Award.

        1468    Councilor Worrell offered the following: Resolution recognizing Juwan 
        Skeens for receiving the Civic Leadership Award.

        1469    Councilor Worrell offered the following: Resolution recognizing Neil 
        Gilbert for receiving the Neighbor of the Year Award.

        1470    Councilor Worrell offered the following: Resolution recognizing James 
        Massey for receiving the Youth Leadership Award.

        1471    Councilor Worrell offered the following: Resolution recognizing 
        Desrianna May Clary for receiving the Neighborhood Leadership Award.

        1472    Councilor Worrell offered the following: Resolution recognizing 
        Superintendent Nora Baston for receiving the Millennium Award.

        1473    Councilor Worrell offered the following: Resolution recognizing 
        Saraphina Jean for receiving the Hidden Heroes and Sheroes Award.

        1474    Councilor Mejia offered the following: Resolution recognizing Juan 
        Melendez.

        1475    Councilor Mejia offered the following: Resolution recognizing Justin and 
        Jamie Chase.

        1476    Councilor Mejia offered the following: Resolution recognizing Leonardo 
        Nin.

        1477    Councilor Mejia offered the following: Resolution recognizing Maria 
        Mata de Mata.

        1478    Councilor Mejia offered the following: Resolution recognizing Patricia 
        Sobalvarro.

        1479    Councilor Mejia offered the following: Resolution recognizing Vanessa 
        Farino.

        1480    Councilor Mejia offered the following: Resolution recognizing Jose 
        Miguel Fernandez.

        1481    Councilor Mejia offered the following: Resolution recognizing Jannet 
        Peguero.

        1482    Councilor Mejia offered the following: Resolution recognizing Ivan A. 
        Colon.

        1483    Councilor Mejia offered the following: Resolution recognizing Irma 
        Flores.

        1484    Councilor Mejia offered the following: Resolution recognizing Hector 
        Pina.

        1485    Councilor Mejia offered the following: Resolution recognizing Grace 
        Martinez.

        1486    Councilor Mejia offered the following: Resolution recognizing Angel 
        Salcedo.

        1487    Councilor Mejia offered the following: Resolution recognizing Alex 
        Garcia.

        1488    Councilor Mejia offered the following: Resolution recognizing Margarita 
        Quintero.

        1489    Councilor Mejia offered the following: Resolution recognizing 
        Mariangely Solis.

        1490    Councilor Mejia offered the following: Resolution recognizing Marino 
        Velazquez.

        1491    Councilor Arroyo offered the following: Resolution in memory of 
        Thelma Burns.

        1492    Councilor Arroyo offered the following: Resolution in memory of 
        Gregory Herbert Laham
     

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