Preview: City Council agenda (June 30)

The Worcester City Council meets Tuesday at 7pm. The agenda is here. This week: the Council evaluates the City Manager. Presumably they will decide he is doing a great job. Some other items before the Council are noted below. This week at the Federal level, the US Supreme Court expressed some concern with Worcester’s 2013 anti-begging ordinances.

Also: There will be a prayer vigil for Charleston before the meeting at 6pm outside City Hall.

  • Board and Commissions: Thomas Dillon will be appointed to the Zoning Board of Appeals.
  • Private and Public Streets: The Committee on Public Works recommends the Council make Wescott St., from Paris Ave. to Scandinavia Ave. a public street.
  • Common WWII Memorial: The Council will be approving improvements and enhancements to the World War II Memorial behind City Hall. Pictures below.
  • Report on City TV Funds: This item was tabled last week—perhaps it will be discussed this week.

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