Posted by Jeremy Shulkin
The Committee on Education (Toomey (C), Eddy and Rushton) and the Committee on Traffic and Parking (Smith (C), Lukes and Rushton) have been very busy. Between the two of them they have half of this week’s agenda.
Last week the council railed against the EPA; this week the cathartic release is at the expense of Holy Cross. The school pops up on the agenda four times by name, and is alluded to a handful of other times. (Some agenda items ask for reports on all the colleges, not just Holy Cross.)
Other items include City Auditor James DelSignore’s report for December of 2009, Woo Card applications may be filled out at the City Clerk’s office, M. O’Brien will bring up the money saved with collective bargaining and Sec. 18 and, as requested by Lukes a couple weeks ago, M. O’Brien will discuss the city’s marketing strategy (or strategies).
Another item of note is that Clancy will ask that M. O’Brien figure out how much the new Burns bridge (RT. 9 bridge into Shrewsbury) will cost.