Veterans' Memorials, Parks and Recreation Committee Meeting

Tuesday, November 30, 2021

Esther Howland (South) Chamber

5:00 P.M.

Joseph M. Petty


Clerk of the City Council
Nikolin Vangjeli

Committee Members

Chairperson Sean M Rose
Vice Chairperson Morris A Bergman
Councilor Khrystian E King

City Hall - 455 Main Street Worcester, Massachusetts


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Approval of the Minutes


Order - That the City Council Standing Committee of Veterans' Memorials, Parks and Recreation hereby approves the minutes of the Veterans' Memorials, Parks and Recreation Committee meeting of May 26, 2021.

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Veterans' Memorials, Monuments and Metal Plaque Items


Petition of Councilor Matthew E. Wally on behalf of Marilyn Williams request the installation of a memorial honoring PFC Ronald Williams for his service in the Vietnam War.
# 8x CC October 15, 2019

In Committee April 14, 2020 - Held In Committee August 27, 2021 - Held



Petition of Paul Stankus, Office Manager Paul F. Cantiani Insurance Agency, request the monument at the corner of Plantation St. and Solferino St. be relocated.
# 7d CC November 26, 2019

In Committee April 14, 2020 - Held



Petition of Paula Carey request a memorial square be erected in the vicinity of Envelope Terrace and Nebraska St. honoring Worcester Fire Captain and World War I veteran William J. Ormond, who passed away fighting a fire at that location.
# 8k CC May 25, 2021



Petition of Bob Bazinet request installation of memorial honoring Bernard R. Bazinet for his service in World War II at the corner of Grafton St. and Warner Ave., in the vicinity of 635 Grafton St.
# 9f CC June 15, 2021