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For your information, below are agendas for four upcoming meetings that are open to the public – 3 City commissions and 1 Council committee.

 

 

Commission on Refugee & Immigrant Affairs

Tuesday, November 14, 6 PM

Hartford Public Library, 500 Main Street, Wallace Stevens Room

Agenda

Updates

  1. Data and Survey Committee
  2. Needs Assessment Survey
  3. Health & Human Services Subcommittee
  4. Attendance of commission members
  5. Block Party and Asylum Hill Neighborhood Association meeting
  6. New appointees

New Business

  1. National External Diploma Program
  2. UCONN School of Medicine Immigration Right Initiative

 

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Historic Properties/Preservation Commission

Wednesday, November 15, 4 PM

Plaza Level Conference Room at 260 Constitution Plaza

Agenda: Historic Reviews

       284 Grandview Terrace – demolish garage

       268 Park Terrace – replace door and windows

       296 Park Terrace – various exterior repairs

       316 Park Terrace – various exterior repairs

       2 Hillside Avenue – various exterior repairs and window replacements

       349 Sigourney Street – repair front porch

       105-107 Allen Place – repair porches

       30 York Street – demolish garage

       28 High Street – full renovation and rehabilitation

       7 Sisson Avenue – replace windows

       31 Pratt Street – install signage

       64 Ashley Street – repair front and rear porches

       479 Farmington Avenue- install glass storefront and window replacements

 

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Legislative Affairs Committee

Wednesday, November 15, 5:30 PM

City Council Chambers

Agenda

  1. CRIA Appointees. Confirmation of the Mayor’s appointment of Maryam Bitar, Cheryl Zeiner, Mubera Becirovic, and Artan Martinaj to the Commission on Refugee & Immigrant Affairs. (Bronin)
  2. LGBTQ+ Commission Appointees. Confirmation of the Mayor’s appointment of Bulaong Ramiz, Curtis Porter, and Erica Richmond and reappointment of Sean Bradbury to the LGBTQ+ Commission. (Bronin)

3.       Name Change. Ordinance changing the name of the Commission on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Issues to the Hartford LGBTQ+ Commission. (Bronin)

 

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Parks & Recreation Advisory Commission

Tuesday, November 28, 6 PM

Green Room, 1st Floor, Hartford City Hall

Agenda

  1. Parks Trust Fund update
  2. Columbus Park – proposal by Boys & Girls Club
  3. Strategic Plan Committee
  4. Non-resident fees
  5. New DPW Park Policies

·  Memorials in parks

·  Drop-in use of athletic fields

·  Adopt an Island program

  1. Reports by City Architect, Parks Division, and Recreation Division
 
Linda A. Bayer, Civic Engagement Consultant
Hartford 2000, Inc.
111 Charter Oak Avenue
Hartford, CT 06106
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