Prepared by: Citizens’ Research Education Network,
Hartford Public Library, and Hartford 2000
There were 50 items on the regular agenda. The Council met
on Tuesday rather than Monday because of the Columbus Day holiday. The next Council meeting will be at 8 P.
M., October 22nd, at Hartford City Hall in Council Chambers. The next Public
Hearing will be October 15th, at Hartford City Hall in Council Chambers.
Sage Allen Property The Council passed on consent
resolution which authorizes the use of up to $750,000 of Urban Development
Grant Funds for site remediation, including cleanup costs, and hazardous waste
abatement of the former Sage Allen Property located downtown at 900 Main
Street. The city is exploring options for reuse of the building which has
Southend Zone Strategic Plans
The Council passed two ordinances which would officially adopt the Strategic
Plans of the Northeast and the Southend Neighborhood Revitalization Zones. Both items had been discussed in the
Planning, Economic Development, and Zoning Committee which recommended passage.
Clay Arsenal and
Upper Albany Zone Strategic Plans The Council sent to Public Hearing October 15th and to the Planning,
Economic Development, and Zoning Committee, two ordinances which would
officially approve the Strategic Plans of the Clay Arsenal and Upper Albany Neighborhood
Curb Service Waiting Referral Period -- The Council
passed an ordinance establishing a thirty-day referral period for restaurants
requesting a special permit for drive-in or curbside service. The referral period would allow more time
for review of such requests by the Commission on the City Plan. The Planning, Economic Development, and
Zoning Committee recommended passage because drive-in or curb service can have
substantial impact on neighborhood districts.
If you have any questions about the agenda call Greg Vickers at CREN, 249‑1416. The Citizens' Research Education Network is a non‑profit research and education center for Hartford community‑based organizations.