JOINT COMMERCE & DEVELOPMENT AND PUBLIC WORKS COMMITTEE MEETING
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 2003
VIEW AT FORMER GREENWOOD STREET LANDFILL SITE
MEETING AT AUTUMN WOODS COMMUNTIY ROOM,
15 UPLAND GARDENS DR.
Convened: 6:00 p.m.
Adjourned: 6:40 p.m.
Present were: Co-Chairperson Councillor Paul P. Clancy, Jr.
Co-Chairperson Councillor Dennis L. Irish
Councillor Philip P. Palmieri
Councillor Stephen T. Patton
Councillor Michael C. Perotto
Also: City Manager Thomas R. Hoover
DPW Commissioner Robert L. Moylan, Jr.
DPW Staffperson Robert Fiore
Deputy City Solicitor Michael Traynor
State Representative John Fresolo
City Clerk David J. Rushford, clerk
1. Communication of the City Manager relative to Greenwood St. Landfill Project.
#23M CM September 9, 2003
2. Communication of the City Manager relative to RFQ process for the Greenwood St. Landfill.
#15C CM September 9, 2003
3. Communication of the City Manager relative to the selection of a proposed contractor for the development and reconfiguration of the Greenwood Street Landfill.
#127 CC May 27, 2003
4. Communication of the City Manager relative to copy of the re-use guidelines for landfills.
#24B CM February 11, 2003
5. Report of the Committee on Public Works upon the Communication of the City Manager relative to the sale of the Greenwood Street Landfill.
#97 CC February 25, 2003
6. Communication of the City Manager relative to previous reports on use of Greenwood St. Landfill for disposal of street sweepings and catch basin cleanings.
#24C CM January 28, 2003
7. Communication of the City Manager relative to proposal from Mass Environmental Associates, Inc.
#8A CM January 7, 2003
8. Communication of the City Manager relative to the latest inspection report from Camp Dresser & McKee relative to the Greenwood Street Landfill.
#46 CC October 21, 2003
Chairman’s Order request the City Manager provide the City Council with a range of prices that the City would incur if it was required to remove from a parcel in the City of Worcester approximately 100,000 tons of acceptable Brownfields materials and deposit it at a site outside the city.
Chairman’s Resolution that the City of Worcester preserve all development options including industrial and commercial uses, for the former Greenwood Street landfill site, in addition to any other considerations, including active and/or passive recreation.