Preview: City Council meeting (June 11)

City Hall, 7:00 P.M. Agenda.

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a lot of intriguing items on the agenda this week. If you have an opinion on one of them, you can show up and speak briefly to the Council.

  • Disappearing playground?: This item has many co-signers. “8k. John Dick et al request information pertaining to the playground located for over 50 years at 30 Tory Fort Lane that has recently disappeared.”
  • More surveillance cameras: “10b. Request City Manager report as to when the installation of cameras in Crystal Park will take place. (Rivera)”
  • Worcester pools: “10c. FROM THE COMMITTEE ON FINANCE – Request City Manager provide an analysis of city pools that compares the cost of maintaining pools in each district and the cost of sustaining the Wheels to Water program. (Rivera)”
  • Banning exotic animal shows: “11a. Request City Manager request the City Solicitor provide a brief report regarding the ability of the City Council to ban exotic animal shows in the City of Worcester. Further, request the City Clerk contact the city of Revere and Cambridge to get a copy of their local ordinance banning exotic animal shows. (O’Brien, Lukes)”
  • Crowd-sourcing!: “11b. Request City Manager utilize a crowd sourcing technique for an open call to the community for their thoughts by placing on the city web site a question on the subject of an appropriate use for the Wyman Gordon site at Kelley Square. (Lukes)”
  • Local spying?: “11c. Request City Manager obtain from Charter Communications information as to whether or not internet and or telephone records are being accessed or distributed to federal agencies. (Lukes)”
  • City Manager’s self-evaluation: “12b. Michael V. O’Brien, City Manager, transmitting communication relative to his self-evaluation for Fiscal Year 2013 accomplishments achieved on behalf of the City Council and the community.”

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