CITY OF WORCESTER

Public Safety Committee Meeting

Tuesday, August 12, 2008

Council Chamber

Convened: 4:10 P.M.

Adjourned: 5:57 P.M.


Mayor
Konstantina B. Lukes

 

www.ci.worcester.ma.us

 

Clerk of the City Council
David J. Rushford

Committee Members

Chairperson Barbara G Haller
Councilor Philip P Palmieri
Councilor Joseph M Petty
 

City Hall - 455 Main Street Worcester, Massachusetts


Present Were:Chairperson Councilor Barbara G Haller
Councilor Philip P Palmieri
Councilor Joseph M Petty
Councilor Gary Rosen
Councilor Michael J. Germain @ 4:35 P.M.
Councilor Frederick C.Rushton @ 4:50 P.M.
 
Also:Police Chief Gary J. Gemme
Commissioner of Inspectional Services Joseph Mikielian
Deputy Police Chief Steven M. Sargent
Deputy Police Chief Mark S. Roche
Deputy Police Chief Sean J. Fleming
Deputy Police Chief Giulio V. Fusaro
City Solicitor David M. Moore
City Clerk David J. Rushford, clerk
 
1.

COMMUNICATIONS OF THE CITY MANAGER

1a.

Transmitting informational communication relative to the process and requirements for obtaining a street vendorís license.
# 10.19B CM March 06, 2007

Attachments

Recommend File

1b.

Requesting adoption of an order amending the Revised Ordinances concerning Hawkers/Peddlers and Street Vendors, and further request authorization to file a Home-Rule Petition regarding the regulation of Hawkers/Peddlers and Street Vendors.
# 5a CC July 08, 2008

Attachments

Recommend Approval as amended

1c.

Transmitting informational communication relative to Hawkers/Peddlers and Street Vendors.
# 5b CC July 08, 2008

Attachments

Recommend File

Speakers:
1. Dan Mascroft, Worcester resident
2. Kevin Ksen, Worcester resident
3. Cha Cha Connor, Worcester resident
4. John Sweeney, Worcester resident
5. Michael Nishan, Worcester resident
6. Chris Gould, Worcester resident
7. Paul Nugent, Worcester resident
8. Jose Zayas, Worcester resident
9. Ron LaFlash, Auburn resident
10. Juan Gomez, Worcester resident
11. Ramia Hernandez, Worcester resident

Chairman's Orders

Request City Manager request the Chief of Police to communicate with licensing or public safety officials in Boston to determine whether or not there is evidence that street vendors are routinely expected to pay a fee to a stationary vendor in order that they be allowed to vend in front of the stationary vendor's place of business.