Preview: City Council agenda (November 27)

The Worcester City Council meets Tuesday at 6:30pm. The agenda is here.

This week: A pretty light agenda.

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  • Expanding the Ballfield Project: The Worcester Business Journal has a good writeup on this. The Worcester Redevelopment Authority would like to expand the “urban revitalization area” associated with the upcoming minor league ballfield by an additional 21 acres, about a 10% expansion. As the article notes, this expansion plan includes acquiring “more than 20 properties and tearing down 18 buildings.”
  • Changing the Hope Cemetery Board of Commissioners: The manager would like to make some changes in the legal requirements for the Hope Cemetery Board, so as to make it easier to have a full slate of commissioners. One change would remove the requirement that there be 1 commissioner from each of the 5 city council districts. Another change would extend the term of service from 3 years to 5; the idea is that since people end up serving decades on this board, extending the term would mean they’d have to deal with the process of getting re-appointed fewer times.

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