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MOTIONS, ORDERS AND RESOLUTIONS12-580-
Offered by President MaioccoBe it Resolved that the Medford City Council commend and congratulate Frank and ThelmaDeLucia on the wonderful occasion of their 65
wedding anniversary and also congratulate Frankon his 90
Offered by Councillor Lungo-KoehnBe it Resolved that the Director of the Board of Health, Ms. Karen Rose, report back to the CityCouncil and update us with regard to our request for her to do a walk through of the Police Stationand to report back on its condition with an experts opinion.
Offered by Councillor Lungo-KoehnBe it Resolved that the Director of the DPW, Mr. Jack Buckley, report back to the Council with a listof which sidewalks have been completed with the $500,000 bond which was approved by the CityCouncil approximately 6 months ago. Be it further resolved that we receive a list of those that arein process or to be completed with the bond money.
Offered by Councillor PentaBe it Resolved that the Craddock Bridge reconstruction be once again discussed
Offered by Councillor PentaBe it Resolved that the recent decision by the Attorney General's Office regarding the former executive director of the Medford Housing Authority be reviewed.
Offered by Councillor PentaBe it Resolved that the mayor adhere to the council's position of not raising the water and sewer rates since the water and sewer enterprise account has in excess of a $5,000,000 reserve fromtaxpayer monies.
Offered by Councillor Penta and Councillor MarksBe it Resolved that the council review for this years upcoming tax rate determinations with theeffects of having an out of city ownership as well as a city owned ownership of non residentowners of residential properties.
Offered by Councillor Penta and Councillor MarksBe it Resolved that the city's lack of concern for the public safety of all residents who participate inthe downtown Medford Square and new million Ring Road areas be discussed again.2