Much shorter list than last week.
- Weed and Seed: Councilor Rivera requests “the City Manager arrange for the removal of the Weed and Seed banners along Pleasant St.”
- City Health Insurance: Councilor Germain requests the “City Manager consider initiating an incentive program to encourage employees to opt-out of the City of Worcester’s health insurance coverage.” Health insurance has been an ongoing financial issue for the city.
- Teen birth rates: Councilor Lukes requests the “City Manager report on the infant mortality rate and teenage birth rates in the city and state for the past ten years and request a report from the Worcester Public Health Department regarding what strategies and services are being planned
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to address the issue of Worcester’s teen birth rates.” This has been an issue since a recent report showed the city’s teen birth rate increased 12% between 2009 and 2010.
- Dog adoption: Councilor Lukes requests the “City Manager address the manner in which contracts for animal shelter services are conducted and whether the current provider of those services provides adoptions services for dogs.”