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  1. Referred
    Mayor Order

    Message and order for the confirmation of the reappointment of Alaa Mukahhal, as an alternate member of the Zoning Board of Appeal for a term expiring on May 1, 2027.

    Referred to the Committee on Planning, Development & Transportation.

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  2. Referred
    Mayor Order

    Message and order for the confirmation of the reappointment of Kerry Walsh Logue, as an alternate member of the Zoning Board of Appeal for a term expiring on November 1, 2025.

    Referred to the Committee on Planning, Development & Transportation.

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  3. Referred
    Mayor Order

    Message and order for the confirmation of the reappointment of Hansy Better Barraza, as a member of the Zoning Board of Appeal for a term expiring on May 1, 2027.

    Referred to the Committee on Planning, Development & Transportation.

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  4. Referred
    Mayor Order

    Message and order for the confirmation of the reappointment of Sherry Dong, as a member of the Zoning Board of Appeal for a term expiring on May 1, 2026.

    Referred to the Committee on Planning, Development & Transportation.

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  5. Referred
    Mayor Order

    Message and order for your approval an Order authorizing the Parks and Recreation Commission, on behalf of the City of Boston, to acquire by an eminent domain taking a parcel at 0 Dale Street in Hyde Park adjacent to the Sherrin Woods urban wild, as permanently protected parkland to be managed in coordination with Sherrin Woods, and to use Community Preservation Fund monies appropriated to the Parks and Recreation Department to award damages as determined by the Commission.

    Referred to the Committee on Environmental Justice, Resiliency, and Parks.

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  6. Filed
    Report of Public Officer

    Notice was received from the Mayor of the reappointment of Jeffrey Hawkins as a Member of the Boston Public Library Board of Trustees for a term expiring May 1, 2029.

    Placed on file.

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  7. Filed
    Report of Public Officer

    Notice was received from the Mayor of the appointment of Jonathan Lavine as a Member of the Boston Public Library Board of Trustees for a term expiring May 1, 2029.

    Placed on file.

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  8. Passed
    Council Legislative Resolution

    Resolution commemorating Memorial Day and honoring those who made the supreme sacrifice for our country and our Gold Star families.

    On motion of Councilor Flynn and Pepén, the rules were suspended; the resolution was adopted.

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  9. Passed
    Council Legislative Resolution

    Resolution in support of H.R. 6452, “Veterans Scam and Fraud Evasion (VSAFE) Act."

    On motion of Councilor Flynn, the rules were suspended; the resolution was adopted.

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  10. Passed
    Council Legislative Resolution

    Resolution recognizing and celebrating Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Week. On motion of Councilors Murphy and FitzGerald, Rule 12 was invoked to include Councilor Flynn as an original co-sponsor. On motion of Councilors Murphy, FitzGerald, and Flynn, the rules were suspended; the resolution was adopted.

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  11. Referred
    Council Hearing Order

    Order for a hearing to discuss the proposed zoning amendment to remove the half-mile buffer zone between cannabis establishments.

    Referred to the Committee on Planning, Development & Transportation.

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  12. Referred
    Council Hearing Order

    Order for a hearing to discuss the creation of cultural districts in Boston. On motion of Councilors Worrell and Pepén, Rule 12 was invoked to include Councilor Louijeune as an original co-sponsor. Referred to the Committee on Arts, Culture, Entertainment, Tourism & Special Events.

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  13. Referred
    Council Hearing Order

    Order for a hearing to discuss the creation of a Parks Administrator for downtown parks including the Boston Common, Public Garden, Commonwealth Avenue Mall, Copley Square and Christopher Columbus Park. On motion of Councilors Durkan and Louijeune, Rule 12 was invoked to include Councilor Coletta Zapata as an original co-sponsor. Referred to the Committee on Environmental Justice, Resiliency, and Parks.

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  14. Passed
    Personnel Orders

    Councilor Louijeune for Councilor Pepén offered the following: Order for the appointment of temporary employee James Davis in City Council, effective June 29, 2024.

    Passed under suspension of the rules.

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  15. Passed
    Personnel Orders

    Councilor Louijeune for Councilor Durkan offered the following: Order for the appointment of temporary employees Kennedy Avery and Anthony Baez in City Council, effective June 29, 2024.

    Passed under suspension of the rules.

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  16. Passed
    Personnel Orders

    Councilor Louijeune for Councilor Murphy offered the following: Order for the appointment of temporary employees Kasey Barrett and Caroline O'Neill in City Council, effective June 29, 2024.

    Passed under suspension of the rules.

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  17. Agenda Ready
    Consent Agenda Resolution

    Resolution recognizing Captain Steven Sweeney.
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  18. Agenda Ready
    Consent Agenda Resolution

    Resolution recognizing Louis Elisa.
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  19. Agenda Ready
    Consent Agenda Resolution

    Resolution celebrating the life of George Deeble.
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  20. Passed
    Consent Agenda Resolution

    Councilor Louijeune offered the following: Order for the appointment of temporary employees Ron Cobb, Karishma Chouhan, Arnita Flint, Michelle A.L. Goldberg, Meghan Kavanagh, Cora F. Montrond, Candace Morales, Shane Pac, Lorraine Schettino, and Ethan Vara in City Council, effective June 1, 2024.

    Passed under suspension of the rules.

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  21. Passed
    Consent Agenda Resolution

    Councilor Louijeune offered the following: Order for the appointment of temporary employees Ron Cobb, Karishma Chouhan, Arnita Flint, Michelle A.L. Goldberg, Meghan Kavanagh, Cora F. Montrond, Candace Morales, Shane Pac, Lorraine Schettino, and Ethan Vara in City Council, effective June 8, 2024.

    Passed under suspension of the rules.

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  22. Passed
    Personnel Orders

    Councilor Louijeune for Councilor Pepén offered the following: Order for the appointment of temporary employees Dezire Ambroise and Angelique Ferguson in City Council, effective June 1, 2024.

    Passed under suspension of the rules.

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  23. Passed
    Personnel Orders

    Councilor Louijeune for Councilor Fernandes Anderson offered the following: Order for the appointment of temporary employee Janina Ribeiro in City Council, effective June 1, 2024.

    Passed under suspension of the rules.

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  24. Passed
    Personnel Orders

    Councilor Louijeune for Councilor Coletta Zapata offered the following: Order for the appointment of temporary employees Elaine Donovan, Judith E. Evers, Jack Imbergamo, Sebastian Parra, Gabriela Ramirez and Elizabeth Sanchez in City Council, effective May 25, 2024.

    Passed under suspension of the rules.

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  25. Passed
    Personnel Orders

    Councilor Louijeune for Councilor Coletta Zapata offered the following: Order for the appointment of temporary employees Elaine Donovan, Judith E. Evers, Jack Imbergamo, Sebastian Parra, Gabriela Ramirez and Elizabeth Sanchez in City Council, effective June 1, 2024.

    Passed under suspension of the rules.

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  26. Passed
    Personnel Orders

    Councilor Louijeune for Councilor FitzGerald offered the following: Order for the appointment of temporary employees Amanda Curley, Jessica Correia, Liam Rimas, and Julie Ryan in City Council, effective May 25, 2024.

    Passed under suspension of the rules.

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  27. Passed
    Personnel Orders

    Councilor Louijeune for Councilor FitzGerald offered the following: Order for the appointment of temporary employees Amanda Curley, Jessica Correia, Liam Rimas, and Julie Ryan in City Council, effective June 1, 2024.

    Passed under suspension of the rules.

  28. Passed
    Personnel Orders

    Councilor Louijeune for Councilor Pepén offered the following: Order for the appointment of temporary employees Dianna Bronchuck, Gabriel Cruz and James Davis in City Council, effective June 1, 2024.

    Passed under suspension of the rules.

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  29. Passed
    Personnel Orders

    Councilor Louijeune for Councilor Pepén offered the following: Order for the appointment of temporary employees Dianna Bronchuck, Gabriel Cruz and James Davis in City Council, effective June 8, 2024.

    Passed under suspension of the rules.

  30. Agenda Ready
    Consent Agenda Resolution

    Resolution recognizing Liz Walker.
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  31. Agenda Ready
    Consent Agenda Resolution

    Resolution recognizing the Cory Johnson Program.
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  32. Agenda Ready
    Consent Agenda Resolution

    Resolution recognizing Ana Calderon.
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  33. Failed
    Report of Public Officer

    Councilor Durkan called Docket #0755, communication was received by the City Clerk from the Boston Landmarks Commission for City Council action on the designation of The Putnam Nail Factory / George Lawley & Son Shipyard, 12-12R Ericsson Street, Boston, MA, as a Landmark (in effect after June 1, 2024 if not acted upon), from the Committee on Planning, Development & Transportation. No objection being heard, the matter was before the body. On motion of Councilor Durkan, the designation did not pass; yeas 0, nays 10, present 3 (Fernandes Anderson, Mejia, Worrell).

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  34. Passed
    Mayor Order

    Councilor FitzGerald called Docket #0281, message and order authorizing the City of Boston to accept and expend the amount of One Hundred Thousand Dollars ($100,000.00) in the form of a grant for the EEC Mental Health Earmark, awarded by the MA Early Education and Child Care Department to be administered by the Office of Early Childhood. The grant will fund and support mental health training for early childhood educators, from the Committee on Public Health, Homelessness & Recovery. No objection being heard, the matter was before the body. On motion of Councilor FitzGerald, the order was passed.

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  1. Agenda Ready
    Matters Recently Heard-For Possible Action

    Message and order for Annual Appropriation and Tax Order for FY2025. Filed in the Office of the City Clerk on April 8, 2024.
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  2. Agenda Ready
    Matters Recently Heard-For Possible Action

    Message and order for Annual Appropriation for the School Department for FY2025. Filed in the Office of the City Clerk on April 8, 2024.
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  3. Agenda Ready
    Matters Recently Heard-For Possible Action

    Message and order approving an appropriation of Forty Million Dollars ($40,000,000.00) to the Other Post-Employment Benefits (OPEB) Liability Trust Fund established under Section 20 of Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 32B. Filed in the Office of the City Clerk on April 8, 2024.
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  4. Agenda Ready
    Matters Recently Heard-For Possible Action

    Message and order approving an appropriation of Four Million Dollars ($4,000,000.00) from the City’s Capital Grant Fund to address the impact of transportation network services on municipal roads, bridges and other transportation infrastructure or any other public purpose substantially related to the operation of transportation network services in the city. Such funds will be transferred and credited to the Capital Grant Fund from revenue received from the Commonwealth Transportation Infrastructure Enhancement Trust Fund. Filed in the Office of the City Clerk on April 8, 2024.
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  5. Agenda Ready
    Matters Recently Heard-For Possible Action

    Message and order approving an appropriation of Twenty-Nine Million Seven Hundred Eighty Thousand Dollars ($29,780,000.00) from the City’s Capital Grant Fund in order to provide funding for various transportation and public realm improvements. The funds shall be credited to the Capital Grant Fund from the Parking Meter Fund. Filed in the Office of the City Clerk on April 8, 2024.
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  6. Agenda Ready
    Matters Recently Heard-For Possible Action

    Message and order authorizing an appropriation Order in the amount of One Million Eight Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars ($1,850,000.00) from Surplus Property Disposition Fund, credited to the Capital Fund for planning, design, and construction, for projects, the Lafayette Garage and Border Resilience projects. Filed in the Office of the City Clerk on April 8, 2024.
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  7. Agenda Ready
    Matters Recently Heard-For Possible Action

    Message and order for your approval an appropriation order in the amount of One Hundred Eighty-Four Million Seven Hundred Eighty Thousand Dollars ($184,780,000.00) for various capital improvement purposes for city departments including the Boston Center for Youth and Families, Boston Housing Authority, Boston Planning and Development Agency, Boston Public Library, Environment, Fire, Mayor’s Office of Housing, Office of Arts and Culture, Parks and Recreation, Police, Property Management, Public Works, and the Transportation Departments.
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  8. Agenda Ready
    Matters Recently Heard-For Possible Action

    Message and order authorizing an appropriation order in the amount of Two Hundred Forty Million Three Hundred Seventy-Five Thousand Dollars ($240,375,000.00) for various capital improvement purposes for the Boston Public Schools.
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  9. Agenda Ready
    Matters Recently Heard-For Possible Action

    Message and order for your approval an order authorizing the City of Boston to enter into one or more lease, lease-purchase or installment sales agreements in Fiscal Year 2025 in an amount not to exceed Forty Million Dollars ($40,000,000.00). These funds are to be used by various City departments for the acquisition of equipment in furtherance of their respective governmental functions. The list of equipment includes: computer equipment (hardware and software), motor vehicles and trailers, ambulances, firefighting equipment, office equipment, telecommunications equipment, photocopying equipment, medical equipment, school and educational equipment, school buses, parking meters, street lighting installation, traffic signal equipment and equipment functionally related to, and components of the foregoing.
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  10. Referred
    Mayor Order

    Message and order authorizing a limit for the Boston Public Schools revolving fund for Fiscal Year 2025 to support the maintenance and repair for BPS facilities, including custodial and utility costs for extended building time, floor refinishing, landscaping and building repairs. Receipts from Lease, Permit for Use and Parking Fees for BPS facilities will be deposited in the fund. BPS will be the only unit authorized to expend from the fund and such expenditures shall not exceed Two Million Dollars ($2,000,000.00).
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    1. Agenda Ready
      Matters Recently Heard-For Possible Action

      Message and order for Annual Appropriation and Tax Order for FY2025. Filed in the Office of the City Clerk on April 8, 2024.
      Attachments
    2. Agenda Ready
      Matters Recently Heard-For Possible Action

      Message and order for Annual Appropriation for the School Department for FY2025. Filed in the Office of the City Clerk on April 8, 2024.
      Attachments
    3. Agenda Ready
      Matters Recently Heard-For Possible Action

      Message and order approving an appropriation of Forty Million Dollars ($40,000,000.00) to the Other Post-Employment Benefits (OPEB) Liability Trust Fund established under Section 20 of Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 32B. Filed in the Office of the City Clerk on April 8, 2024.
      Attachments
    4. Agenda Ready
      Matters Recently Heard-For Possible Action

      Message and order approving an appropriation of Four Million Dollars ($4,000,000.00) from the City’s Capital Grant Fund to address the impact of transportation network services on municipal roads, bridges and other transportation infrastructure or any other public purpose substantially related to the operation of transportation network services in the city. Such funds will be transferred and credited to the Capital Grant Fund from revenue received from the Commonwealth Transportation Infrastructure Enhancement Trust Fund. Filed in the Office of the City Clerk on April 8, 2024.
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    5. Agenda Ready
      Matters Recently Heard-For Possible Action

      Message and order approving an appropriation of Twenty-Nine Million Seven Hundred Eighty Thousand Dollars ($29,780,000.00) from the City’s Capital Grant Fund in order to provide funding for various transportation and public realm improvements. The funds shall be credited to the Capital Grant Fund from the Parking Meter Fund. Filed in the Office of the City Clerk on April 8, 2024.
      Attachments
    6. Agenda Ready
      Matters Recently Heard-For Possible Action

      Message and order authorizing an appropriation Order in the amount of One Million Eight Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars ($1,850,000.00) from Surplus Property Disposition Fund, credited to the Capital Fund for planning, design, and construction, for projects, the Lafayette Garage and Border Resilience projects. Filed in the Office of the City Clerk on April 8, 2024.
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    7. Agenda Ready
      Matters Recently Heard-For Possible Action

      Message and order for your approval an appropriation order in the amount of One Hundred Eighty-Four Million Seven Hundred Eighty Thousand Dollars ($184,780,000.00) for various capital improvement purposes for city departments including the Boston Center for Youth and Families, Boston Housing Authority, Boston Planning and Development Agency, Boston Public Library, Environment, Fire, Mayor’s Office of Housing, Office of Arts and Culture, Parks and Recreation, Police, Property Management, Public Works, and the Transportation Departments.
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    8. Agenda Ready
      Matters Recently Heard-For Possible Action

      Message and order authorizing an appropriation order in the amount of Two Hundred Forty Million Three Hundred Seventy-Five Thousand Dollars ($240,375,000.00) for various capital improvement purposes for the Boston Public Schools.
      Attachments
    9. Agenda Ready
      Matters Recently Heard-For Possible Action

      Message and order for your approval an order authorizing the City of Boston to enter into one or more lease, lease-purchase or installment sales agreements in Fiscal Year 2025 in an amount not to exceed Forty Million Dollars ($40,000,000.00). These funds are to be used by various City departments for the acquisition of equipment in furtherance of their respective governmental functions. The list of equipment includes: computer equipment (hardware and software), motor vehicles and trailers, ambulances, firefighting equipment, office equipment, telecommunications equipment, photocopying equipment, medical equipment, school and educational equipment, school buses, parking meters, street lighting installation, traffic signal equipment and equipment functionally related to, and components of the foregoing.
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    10. Referred
      Mayor Order

      Message and order authorizing a limit for the Environment Conservation Commission revolving fund for the Fiscal Year 2025 for the purpose of securing outside consultants including engineers, wetlands scientists, wildlife biologists or other experts in order to aid in the review of proposed projects to the Commission, per the city’s ordinance protecting local wetland and promoting climate change adaptation. The revolving fund shall be funded by receipts from fees imposed by the Commission for the purpose of securing outside consultants. The Environment Department will be the only department authorized to expend from the fund and such expenditures shall be capped at Fifty Thousand Dollars ($50,000.00).
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    11. Referred
      Mayor Order

      Message and order authorizing a limit for the Distributed Energy Resource Revolving Fund for Fiscal Year 2025 to facilitate the purchase of offsets of greenhouse gas emissions which shall be associated with a portion of the electricity consumed by the City annually; and to operate, maintain, monitor and expand the City's existing solar arrays and Boston Public Schools' combined heat and power facilities. This revolving fund shall be credited with any and all receipts from the sale of renewable and alternative energy certificates and demand response program revenues produced by combined heat and power units located at Boston Public Schools sites and solar renewable energy certificates produced by the City's photovoltaic arrays. Receipts and resulting expenditures from this fund shall not exceed One Hundred Seventy-Five Thousand Dollars ($175,000.00).
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    1. Agenda Ready
      Matters Recently Heard-For Possible Action

      Message and order for Annual Appropriation and Tax Order for FY2025. Filed in the Office of the City Clerk on April 8, 2024.
      Attachments
    2. Agenda Ready
      Matters Recently Heard-For Possible Action

      Message and order for Annual Appropriation for the School Department for FY2025. Filed in the Office of the City Clerk on April 8, 2024.
      Attachments
    3. Agenda Ready
      Matters Recently Heard-For Possible Action

      Message and order approving an appropriation of Forty Million Dollars ($40,000,000.00) to the Other Post-Employment Benefits (OPEB) Liability Trust Fund established under Section 20 of Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 32B. Filed in the Office of the City Clerk on April 8, 2024.
      Attachments
    4. Agenda Ready
      Matters Recently Heard-For Possible Action

      Message and order approving an appropriation of Four Million Dollars ($4,000,000.00) from the City’s Capital Grant Fund to address the impact of transportation network services on municipal roads, bridges and other transportation infrastructure or any other public purpose substantially related to the operation of transportation network services in the city. Such funds will be transferred and credited to the Capital Grant Fund from revenue received from the Commonwealth Transportation Infrastructure Enhancement Trust Fund. Filed in the Office of the City Clerk on April 8, 2024.
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    5. Agenda Ready
      Matters Recently Heard-For Possible Action

      Message and order approving an appropriation of Twenty-Nine Million Seven Hundred Eighty Thousand Dollars ($29,780,000.00) from the City’s Capital Grant Fund in order to provide funding for various transportation and public realm improvements. The funds shall be credited to the Capital Grant Fund from the Parking Meter Fund. Filed in the Office of the City Clerk on April 8, 2024.
      Attachments
    6. Agenda Ready
      Matters Recently Heard-For Possible Action

      Message and order authorizing an appropriation Order in the amount of One Million Eight Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars ($1,850,000.00) from Surplus Property Disposition Fund, credited to the Capital Fund for planning, design, and construction, for projects, the Lafayette Garage and Border Resilience projects. Filed in the Office of the City Clerk on April 8, 2024.
      Attachments
    7. Agenda Ready
      Matters Recently Heard-For Possible Action

      Message and order for your approval an appropriation order in the amount of One Hundred Eighty-Four Million Seven Hundred Eighty Thousand Dollars ($184,780,000.00) for various capital improvement purposes for city departments including the Boston Center for Youth and Families, Boston Housing Authority, Boston Planning and Development Agency, Boston Public Library, Environment, Fire, Mayor’s Office of Housing, Office of Arts and Culture, Parks and Recreation, Police, Property Management, Public Works, and the Transportation Departments.
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    8. Agenda Ready
      Matters Recently Heard-For Possible Action

      Message and order authorizing an appropriation order in the amount of Two Hundred Forty Million Three Hundred Seventy-Five Thousand Dollars ($240,375,000.00) for various capital improvement purposes for the Boston Public Schools.
      Attachments
    9. Agenda Ready
      Matters Recently Heard-For Possible Action

      Message and order for your approval an order authorizing the City of Boston to enter into one or more lease, lease-purchase or installment sales agreements in Fiscal Year 2025 in an amount not to exceed Forty Million Dollars ($40,000,000.00). These funds are to be used by various City departments for the acquisition of equipment in furtherance of their respective governmental functions. The list of equipment includes: computer equipment (hardware and software), motor vehicles and trailers, ambulances, firefighting equipment, office equipment, telecommunications equipment, photocopying equipment, medical equipment, school and educational equipment, school buses, parking meters, street lighting installation, traffic signal equipment and equipment functionally related to, and components of the foregoing.
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    10. Agenda Ready
      Matters Recently Heard-For Possible Action

      Message and order authorizing a limit for the Boston Public Schools revolving fund for Fiscal Year 2025 to repair and purchase Boston Public Schools computer technology, including computers, mobile devices, and instructional software. This revolving fund shall be credited with any and all receipts from equipment sales and repair fees for Boston Public School technology. Receipts and resulting expenditures from this fund shall not exceed One Million Seven Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars ($1,750,000.00).
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    11. Referred
      Mayor Order

      Message and order authorizing a limit for the Boston Public Schools revolving fund for Fiscal Year 2025 to support the maintenance and repair for BPS facilities, including custodial and utility costs for extended building time, floor refinishing, landscaping and building repairs. Receipts from Lease, Permit for Use and Parking Fees for BPS facilities will be deposited in the fund. BPS will be the only unit authorized to expend from the fund and such expenditures shall not exceed Two Million Dollars ($2,000,000.00).
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    12. Agenda Ready
      Matters Recently Heard-For Possible Action

      Message and order authorizing a limit for the Boston Public Schools revolving fund for the Fiscal Year 2025 for Boston Public School Transportation cost, including bus and public transportation costs. This revolving fund shall be credited with revenue received by Boston Public School Department for the provision of transportation to groups and entities for field trips and activities other than transportation to and from school. Receipts and resulting expenditures from this fund shall not exceed One Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars ($150,000.00).
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    1. Filed
      Report of Public Officer

      Notice was received from the Mayor of her absence from the City on Thursday May 9, 2024 at 11:15 a.m., returning Saturday May 11, 2024 at 12:00 p.m.

      Placed on file.

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    2. Passed
      Report of Public Officer

      The Constable Bond of Rouseline Torres having been duly approved by the Collector-Treasurer was received and approved under the usual terms and conditions.

    3. Filed
      Report of Public Officer

      Notice was received from the City Clerk in accordance with Chapter 6 of the Ordinances of 1979 re: action taken by the Mayor on papers acted upon by the City Council at its meeting of May 1, 2024.

      Placed on file.

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    4. Passed
      Matters Recently Heard-For Possible Action

      On the message and order, an Order to reduce the FY24 appropriation for the Reserve for Collective Bargaining by Seven Million Seven Hundred Fifty-Four Thousand Six Hundred Forty-Nine Dollars ($7,754,649.00) to provide funding for the Boston Police Department for the FY24 increases contained within the collective bargaining agreements between the City of Boston and the Boston Police Superior Officers Federation, the committee submitted a report recommending that the order ought to pass. The report was accepted; the order was passed; yeas 13.

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    5. Passed
      Matters Recently Heard-For Possible Action

      On the message and order, a supplemental appropriation Order for the Boston Police Department for the FY24 in the amount of Seven Million Seven Hundred Fifty-Four Thousand Six Hundred Forty-Nine Dollars ($7,754,649.00) to cover the FY24 cost contained within the collective bargaining agreements between the City of Boston and the Boston Superior Officers Federation. The terms of the contract are July 1, 2020 through June 30, 2025. The major provisions of the contract include base wage increases of 2%, 1.5%, 2%, 1%, and 2.5% to be given in July of each fiscal year of the contract term, as well as the addition of the Transitional Career Award Program in July 2023. The contract also contains reforms relating to discipline, officer return to duty, paid detail system, and union release, the committee submitted a report recommending that the order ought to pass. The report was accepted; the order was passed; yeas 13.

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    6. Referred
      Council Home Rule Petition

      Petition for a Special Law: An Act Directing the City of Boston Police Department to Waive the Maximum Age Requirement for Police Officers for Elsie Barbosa.

      Referred to the Committee on Government Operations.

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    7. Passed
      Council Legislative Resolution

      Resolution recognizing May as Haitian Heritage Month and May 18th as Haitian Flag Day. Councilor Worrell in the Chair. On motion of Councilor Louijeune, the rules were suspended; the resolution was adopted.

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    8. Referred
      Council Legislative Resolution

      Resolution calling on the Massachusetts Legislature to pass the Act Establishing Protections and Accountability for TNC and DNC Workers. Councilor Louijeune in the Chair. On motion of Councilors Flynn and Murphy, Rule 12 was invoked to include Councilor FitzGerald as an original co-sponsor. Referred to the Committee on Labor, Workforce & Economic Development.

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    9. Passed
      Council Legislative Resolution

      Resolution recognizing Malcolm X's Birthday, May 19th, as a Boston municipal holiday and honoring Malcolm X's legacy by establishing and including Malcolm X in Boston's Black Heritage Trail. On motion of Councilor Fernandes Anderson, the rules were suspended; the resolution was adopted.

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    10. Referred
      Council Hearing Order

      Order for a hearing to discuss enforcement of short-term rental violations in Boston.

      On motion of Councilors Durkan and Breadon, Rule 12 was invoked to include Councilor Santana as an original co-sponsor. Referred to the Committee on Housing and Community Development.

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    11. Passed
      Personnel Orders

      Councilor Louijeune for Councilor Durkan offered the following: Order for the appointment of temporary employee Shyam Gopaladesikin in City Council, effective June 1, 2024.

      Passed under suspension of the rules.

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    12. Passed
      Personnel Orders

      Councilor Louijeune for Councilor Murphy offered the following: Order for the appointment of temporary employee Alexander Pappas in City Council, effective June 24, 2024.

      Passed under suspension of the rules.

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    13. Passed
      Personnel Orders

      Councilor Louijeune for Councilor Mejia offered the following: Order for the appointment of temporary employee Yohenny Arias Rosa in City Council, effective May 25, 2024.

      Passed under suspension of the rules.

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    14. Agenda Ready
      Consent Agenda Resolution

      Resolution recognizing the Literacy Connection.
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    15. Agenda Ready
      Consent Agenda Resolution

      Resolution recognizing Jamia Ammons-Maddrey.
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    16. Agenda Ready
      Consent Agenda Resolution

      Resolution recognizing May 13th as Mae Day in honor of Dejah Nicole Jenkins-Minus.
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    17. Agenda Ready
      Consent Agenda Resolution

      Resolution in memory of Dr. Jean Peres Nazaire.
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    18. Agenda Ready
      Consent Agenda Resolution

      Resolution in memory of Jay Killackey.
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    19. Agenda Ready
      Consent Agenda Resolution

      Resolution recognizing the 13 students who completed ESOL Courses in Roslindale.
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    20. Agenda Ready
      Consent Agenda Resolution

      Resolution recognizing the Boston Police Patrolmen's Association.
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    21. Filed
      Consent Agenda Resolution

      Notice was received from the Mayor of her absence from the City on Monday May 13, 2024 at 5:00 p.m., returning Monday May 20, 2024 at 1:40 p.m.

      Placed on file.

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    22. Passed
      Consent Agenda Resolution

      Councilor Louijeune for Councilor Fernandes Anderson offered the following: Order for the appointment of temporary employee Joy Yamagiwa in City Council, effective June 1, 2024.

      Passed under suspension of the rules.

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    23. Agenda Ready
      Consent Agenda Resolution

      Resolution congratulating Todd A. Gurney.
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    24. Agenda Ready
      Consent Agenda Resolution

      Resolution congratulating Zheng Yan Lei.
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    25. Agenda Ready
      Consent Agenda Resolution

      Resolution in memory of Carol Campbell.
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    26. Agenda Ready
      Consent Agenda Resolution

      Resolution in memory of Nicholas Foundas.
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    27. Passed
      Mayor Order

      Councilor Coletta called Docket #0529, message and order for your approval a home rule petition to the General Court entitled "Petition for a Special Law Re: An Act Relative to the Creation of a Branch of the Boston Public Library within an Affordable Housing Development in the Downtown Section of the City of Boston," from the Committee on Government Operations. No objection being heard, the matter was before the body. On motion of Councilor Coletta, the order was passed.

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      Message and order for Annual Appropriation for the School Department for FY2025. Filed in the Office of the City Clerk on April 8, 2024.
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      Message and order approving an appropriation of Forty Million Dollars ($40,000,000.00) to the Other Post-Employment Benefits (OPEB) Liability Trust Fund established under Section 20 of Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 32B. Filed in the Office of the City Clerk on April 8, 2024.
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      Message and order approving an appropriation of Four Million Dollars ($4,000,000.00) from the City’s Capital Grant Fund to address the impact of transportation network services on municipal roads, bridges and other transportation infrastructure or any other public purpose substantially related to the operation of transportation network services in the city. Such funds will be transferred and credited to the Capital Grant Fund from revenue received from the Commonwealth Transportation Infrastructure Enhancement Trust Fund. Filed in the Office of the City Clerk on April 8, 2024.
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      Message and order approving an appropriation of Twenty-Nine Million Seven Hundred Eighty Thousand Dollars ($29,780,000.00) from the City’s Capital Grant Fund in order to provide funding for various transportation and public realm improvements. The funds shall be credited to the Capital Grant Fund from the Parking Meter Fund. Filed in the Office of the City Clerk on April 8, 2024.
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      Message and order authorizing an appropriation Order in the amount of One Million Eight Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars ($1,850,000.00) from Surplus Property Disposition Fund, credited to the Capital Fund for planning, design, and construction, for projects, the Lafayette Garage and Border Resilience projects. Filed in the Office of the City Clerk on April 8, 2024.
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      Message and order for your approval an appropriation order in the amount of One Hundred Eighty-Four Million Seven Hundred Eighty Thousand Dollars ($184,780,000.00) for various capital improvement purposes for city departments including the Boston Center for Youth and Families, Boston Housing Authority, Boston Planning and Development Agency, Boston Public Library, Environment, Fire, Mayor’s Office of Housing, Office of Arts and Culture, Parks and Recreation, Police, Property Management, Public Works, and the Transportation Departments.
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      Message and order authorizing an appropriation order in the amount of Two Hundred Forty Million Three Hundred Seventy-Five Thousand Dollars ($240,375,000.00) for various capital improvement purposes for the Boston Public Schools.
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      Message and order for your approval an order authorizing the City of Boston to enter into one or more lease, lease-purchase or installment sales agreements in Fiscal Year 2025 in an amount not to exceed Forty Million Dollars ($40,000,000.00). These funds are to be used by various City departments for the acquisition of equipment in furtherance of their respective governmental functions. The list of equipment includes: computer equipment (hardware and software), motor vehicles and trailers, ambulances, firefighting equipment, office equipment, telecommunications equipment, photocopying equipment, medical equipment, school and educational equipment, school buses, parking meters, street lighting installation, traffic signal equipment and equipment functionally related to, and components of the foregoing.
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      Message and order for Annual Appropriation for the School Department for FY2025. Filed in the Office of the City Clerk on April 8, 2024.
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      Message and order approving an appropriation of Forty Million Dollars ($40,000,000.00) to the Other Post-Employment Benefits (OPEB) Liability Trust Fund established under Section 20 of Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 32B. Filed in the Office of the City Clerk on April 8, 2024.
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      Message and order approving an appropriation of Four Million Dollars ($4,000,000.00) from the City’s Capital Grant Fund to address the impact of transportation network services on municipal roads, bridges and other transportation infrastructure or any other public purpose substantially related to the operation of transportation network services in the city. Such funds will be transferred and credited to the Capital Grant Fund from revenue received from the Commonwealth Transportation Infrastructure Enhancement Trust Fund. Filed in the Office of the City Clerk on April 8, 2024.
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      Message and order approving an appropriation of Twenty-Nine Million Seven Hundred Eighty Thousand Dollars ($29,780,000.00) from the City’s Capital Grant Fund in order to provide funding for various transportation and public realm improvements. The funds shall be credited to the Capital Grant Fund from the Parking Meter Fund. Filed in the Office of the City Clerk on April 8, 2024.
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      Message and order authorizing an appropriation Order in the amount of One Million Eight Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars ($1,850,000.00) from Surplus Property Disposition Fund, credited to the Capital Fund for planning, design, and construction, for projects, the Lafayette Garage and Border Resilience projects. Filed in the Office of the City Clerk on April 8, 2024.
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      Message and order for your approval an appropriation order in the amount of One Hundred Eighty-Four Million Seven Hundred Eighty Thousand Dollars ($184,780,000.00) for various capital improvement purposes for city departments including the Boston Center for Youth and Families, Boston Housing Authority, Boston Planning and Development Agency, Boston Public Library, Environment, Fire, Mayor’s Office of Housing, Office of Arts and Culture, Parks and Recreation, Police, Property Management, Public Works, and the Transportation Departments.
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      Message and order authorizing an appropriation order in the amount of Two Hundred Forty Million Three Hundred Seventy-Five Thousand Dollars ($240,375,000.00) for various capital improvement purposes for the Boston Public Schools.
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      Message and order for your approval an order authorizing the City of Boston to enter into one or more lease, lease-purchase or installment sales agreements in Fiscal Year 2025 in an amount not to exceed Forty Million Dollars ($40,000,000.00). These funds are to be used by various City departments for the acquisition of equipment in furtherance of their respective governmental functions. The list of equipment includes: computer equipment (hardware and software), motor vehicles and trailers, ambulances, firefighting equipment, office equipment, telecommunications equipment, photocopying equipment, medical equipment, school and educational equipment, school buses, parking meters, street lighting installation, traffic signal equipment and equipment functionally related to, and components of the foregoing.
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    10. Referred
      Mayor Order

      Message and order authorizing the appropriation of One Million Three Hundred Thousand Dollars ($1,300,000.00) from the income of the George Francis Parkman Fund. The funds are to be expended under the direction of the Commissioner of Parks and Recreation for the maintenance and improvement of Boston Common and Parks in existence since January 12, 1887.
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      Message and order for Annual Appropriation for the School Department for FY2025. Filed in the Office of the City Clerk on April 8, 2024.
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      Message and order approving an appropriation of Forty Million Dollars ($40,000,000.00) to the Other Post-Employment Benefits (OPEB) Liability Trust Fund established under Section 20 of Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 32B. Filed in the Office of the City Clerk on April 8, 2024.
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      Message and order approving an appropriation of Four Million Dollars ($4,000,000.00) from the City’s Capital Grant Fund to address the impact of transportation network services on municipal roads, bridges and other transportation infrastructure or any other public purpose substantially related to the operation of transportation network services in the city. Such funds will be transferred and credited to the Capital Grant Fund from revenue received from the Commonwealth Transportation Infrastructure Enhancement Trust Fund. Filed in the Office of the City Clerk on April 8, 2024.
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      Message and order approving an appropriation of Twenty-Nine Million Seven Hundred Eighty Thousand Dollars ($29,780,000.00) from the City’s Capital Grant Fund in order to provide funding for various transportation and public realm improvements. The funds shall be credited to the Capital Grant Fund from the Parking Meter Fund. Filed in the Office of the City Clerk on April 8, 2024.
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      Message and order authorizing an appropriation Order in the amount of One Million Eight Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars ($1,850,000.00) from Surplus Property Disposition Fund, credited to the Capital Fund for planning, design, and construction, for projects, the Lafayette Garage and Border Resilience projects. Filed in the Office of the City Clerk on April 8, 2024.
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      Message and order for your approval an appropriation order in the amount of One Hundred Eighty-Four Million Seven Hundred Eighty Thousand Dollars ($184,780,000.00) for various capital improvement purposes for city departments including the Boston Center for Youth and Families, Boston Housing Authority, Boston Planning and Development Agency, Boston Public Library, Environment, Fire, Mayor’s Office of Housing, Office of Arts and Culture, Parks and Recreation, Police, Property Management, Public Works, and the Transportation Departments.
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      Message and order authorizing an appropriation order in the amount of Two Hundred Forty Million Three Hundred Seventy-Five Thousand Dollars ($240,375,000.00) for various capital improvement purposes for the Boston Public Schools.
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      Message and order approving an appropriation of Forty Million Dollars ($40,000,000.00) to the Other Post-Employment Benefits (OPEB) Liability Trust Fund established under Section 20 of Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 32B. Filed in the Office of the City Clerk on April 8, 2024.
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      Message and order approving an appropriation of Four Million Dollars ($4,000,000.00) from the City’s Capital Grant Fund to address the impact of transportation network services on municipal roads, bridges and other transportation infrastructure or any other public purpose substantially related to the operation of transportation network services in the city. Such funds will be transferred and credited to the Capital Grant Fund from revenue received from the Commonwealth Transportation Infrastructure Enhancement Trust Fund. Filed in the Office of the City Clerk on April 8, 2024.
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      Message and order approving an appropriation of Twenty-Nine Million Seven Hundred Eighty Thousand Dollars ($29,780,000.00) from the City’s Capital Grant Fund in order to provide funding for various transportation and public realm improvements. The funds shall be credited to the Capital Grant Fund from the Parking Meter Fund. Filed in the Office of the City Clerk on April 8, 2024.
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      Message and order authorizing an appropriation Order in the amount of One Million Eight Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars ($1,850,000.00) from Surplus Property Disposition Fund, credited to the Capital Fund for planning, design, and construction, for projects, the Lafayette Garage and Border Resilience projects. Filed in the Office of the City Clerk on April 8, 2024.
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      Message and order for your approval an appropriation order in the amount of One Hundred Eighty-Four Million Seven Hundred Eighty Thousand Dollars ($184,780,000.00) for various capital improvement purposes for city departments including the Boston Center for Youth and Families, Boston Housing Authority, Boston Planning and Development Agency, Boston Public Library, Environment, Fire, Mayor’s Office of Housing, Office of Arts and Culture, Parks and Recreation, Police, Property Management, Public Works, and the Transportation Departments.
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      Message and order for Annual Appropriation for the School Department for FY2025. Filed in the Office of the City Clerk on April 8, 2024.
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      Message and order approving an appropriation of Forty Million Dollars ($40,000,000.00) to the Other Post-Employment Benefits (OPEB) Liability Trust Fund established under Section 20 of Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 32B. Filed in the Office of the City Clerk on April 8, 2024.
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      Message and order approving an appropriation of Four Million Dollars ($4,000,000.00) from the City’s Capital Grant Fund to address the impact of transportation network services on municipal roads, bridges and other transportation infrastructure or any other public purpose substantially related to the operation of transportation network services in the city. Such funds will be transferred and credited to the Capital Grant Fund from revenue received from the Commonwealth Transportation Infrastructure Enhancement Trust Fund. Filed in the Office of the City Clerk on April 8, 2024.
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      Message and order authorizing an appropriation Order in the amount of One Million Eight Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars ($1,850,000.00) from Surplus Property Disposition Fund, credited to the Capital Fund for planning, design, and construction, for projects, the Lafayette Garage and Border Resilience projects. Filed in the Office of the City Clerk on April 8, 2024.
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      Message and order for your approval an appropriation order in the amount of One Hundred Eighty-Four Million Seven Hundred Eighty Thousand Dollars ($184,780,000.00) for various capital improvement purposes for city departments including the Boston Center for Youth and Families, Boston Housing Authority, Boston Planning and Development Agency, Boston Public Library, Environment, Fire, Mayor’s Office of Housing, Office of Arts and Culture, Parks and Recreation, Police, Property Management, Public Works, and the Transportation Departments.
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      Message and order authorizing an appropriation order in the amount of Two Hundred Forty Million Three Hundred Seventy-Five Thousand Dollars ($240,375,000.00) for various capital improvement purposes for the Boston Public Schools.
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      Report of Public Officer

      Notice was received from Governor Healy of the appointment of Matt O'Malley as a Member of the Boston Redevelopment Authority expiring September 9, 2025.

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    2. Referred
      Council Hearing Order

      Order for a hearing to discuss the creation of a Parks Administrator for downtown parks including the Boston Common, Public Garden, Commonwealth Avenue Mall, Copley Square and Christopher Columbus Park. On motion of Councilors Durkan and Louijeune, Rule 12 was invoked to include Councilor Coletta Zapata as an original co-sponsor. Referred to the Committee on Environmental Justice, Resiliency, and Parks.

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    3. Agenda Ready
      Consent Agenda Resolution

      Resolution recognizing Ana Calderon.

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    4. Referred
      Mayor Order

      Message and order for your approval an Order authorizing the Parks and Recreation Commission, on behalf of the City of Boston, to acquire by an eminent domain taking a parcel at 0 Dale Street in Hyde Park adjacent to the Sherrin Woods urban wild, as permanently protected parkland to be managed in coordination with Sherrin Woods, and to use Community Preservation Fund monies appropriated to the Parks and Recreation Department to award damages as determined by the Commission.

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    5. Passed
      Personnel Orders

      Councilor Louijeune for Councilor Pepén offered the following: Order for the appointment of temporary employees Dianna Bronchuck, Gabriel Cruz and James Davis in City Council, effective June 8, 2024.
    6. Passed
      Personnel Orders

      Councilor Louijeune for Councilor Pepén offered the following: Order for the appointment of temporary employees Dianna Bronchuck, Gabriel Cruz and James Davis in City Council, effective June 1, 2024.

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    7. Passed
      Personnel Orders

      Councilor Louijeune for Councilor FitzGerald offered the following: Order for the appointment of temporary employees Amanda Curley, Jessica Correia, Liam Rimas, and Julie Ryan in City Council, effective June 1, 2024.
    8. Passed
      Personnel Orders

      Councilor Louijeune for Councilor FitzGerald offered the following: Order for the appointment of temporary employees Amanda Curley, Jessica Correia, Liam Rimas, and Julie Ryan in City Council, effective May 25, 2024.

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    9. Passed
      Personnel Orders

      Councilor Louijeune for Councilor Coletta Zapata offered the following: Order for the appointment of temporary employees Elaine Donovan, Judith E. Evers, Jack Imbergamo, Sebastian Parra, Gabriela Ramirez and Elizabeth Sanchez in City Council, effective June 1, 2024.

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    10. Passed
      Personnel Orders

      Councilor Louijeune for Councilor Coletta Zapata offered the following: Order for the appointment of temporary employees Elaine Donovan, Judith E. Evers, Jack Imbergamo, Sebastian Parra, Gabriela Ramirez and Elizabeth Sanchez in City Council, effective May 25, 2024.

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    11. Passed
      Personnel Orders

      Councilor Louijeune for Councilor Fernandes Anderson offered the following: Order for the appointment of temporary employee Janina Ribeiro in City Council, effective June 1, 2024.

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    12. Passed
      Personnel Orders

      Councilor Louijeune for Councilor Pepén offered the following: Order for the appointment of temporary employees Dezire Ambroise and Angelique Ferguson in City Council, effective June 1, 2024.

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    13. Passed
      Consent Agenda Resolution

      Councilor Louijeune offered the following: Order for the appointment of temporary employees Ron Cobb, Karishma Chouhan, Arnita Flint, Michelle A.L. Goldberg, Meghan Kavanagh, Cora F. Montrond, Candace Morales, Shane Pac, Lorraine Schettino, and Ethan Vara in City Council, effective June 8, 2024.

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    14. Passed
      Consent Agenda Resolution

      Councilor Louijeune offered the following: Order for the appointment of temporary employees Ron Cobb, Karishma Chouhan, Arnita Flint, Michelle A.L. Goldberg, Meghan Kavanagh, Cora F. Montrond, Candace Morales, Shane Pac, Lorraine Schettino, and Ethan Vara in City Council, effective June 1, 2024.

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    15. Agenda Ready
      Consent Agenda Resolution

      Resolution recognizing the Cory Johnson Program.

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    16. Agenda Ready
      Consent Agenda Resolution

      Resolution recognizing Liz Walker.

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