The City Council meets Tuesday, March 11 at 7 pm. The agenda is here.
Quick meeting this week, mostly reports from the City Manager.
- “Buy Worcester Now”: The City Manager has a report on this program to encourage people to buy houses in Worcester. The program has been revamped a little bit. There’s currently enough money to help “25-30” new homebuyers with down payments, closing costs, and property rehabilitation.
- The Triage Center: At the request of the City Council, the city administration has a report on the Triage Center, which replaced the notorious PIP homeless shelter. Some interesting data from 7/1/13-2/28/14. 748 different people stayed there in that time, for an average of 12.5 days. 16
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people stayed there, were found housing somewhere else, and later returned to the Triage Center. If you want to get up to speed with homeless services in Worcester, this report is not a bad place to start.
- Reservoir Land: The City Manager encourages the Council to vote in favor of buying 53 acres of land in the Holden Reservoir watershed, from the Greater Worcester Land Trust, for $111,950. The land would be available for hiking! There’s a T&G article on this, but this is one of these deals where the T&G mostly quotes from the order itself, which is here.
- Snow Budget: Not surprisingly, we are over our budget. We budgeted $3.8 million, and have already spent $4.1 million. Womag has more.
- Sidewalk snow removal: Councilor Rivera had asked the city to pass an ordinance requiring people not only to shovel their sidewalks, but also to clear crosswalk entrances. The Law Department has drafted an amended ordinance for the Council to consider.