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Meeting Name: City Council Agenda status: Final-revised
Meeting date/time: 9/3/2019 7:00 PM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: John & Christina Markey Community Center, 7 Washington St.
Published agenda: Agenda Agenda Published minutes: Minutes Minutes  
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308-19 1  Council MinutesMinutes of the Meeting of June 25, 2019.approvedPass Action details Video Video
309-19 1  Council MinutesMinutes of the Meeting of July 23, 2019.approvedPass Action details Video Video
310-19 1  Council MinutesMinutes of the Meeting of August 1, 2019.approvedPass Action details Video Video
311-19 1  AppointmentMayor Re-Appointment: Deborah A. Burke, Executive Director, Malden Redevelopment Authority, 17 Pleasant Street, Malden, MA, as the City of Malden representative to the Metropolitan Area Planning Council; said term to expire July 1, 2022.placed on filePass Action details Video Video
312-19 1  AppointmentMayor Appointment: Ose Schwab, 55 Granite Street, Malden, MA to the Cultural Council, upon confirmation by the City Council; said term to expire on July 30, 2022. (Ose Schwab will replace Molly Uline who recently resigned.referred  Action details Video Video
313-19 1  AppointmentMayor Re-Appointment: Inna Babitskaya, 557 Pleasant Street, # 226, Malden, MA to the Historical Commission; said term to expire August 3, 2022.referred  Action details Video Video
314-19 1  PetitionLivery: Arminder Singh, 27 Alpine St. #3, Malden, 1 car (New)referredPass Action details Video Video
315-19 1  PetitionLivery: Zakaria Azag, 320 Washington St., Malden, 1 car (New)referredPass Action details Video Video
316-19 1  PetitionLivery: Barbara Martineau, 8 Parker St., Malden, 1 car (New)referredPass Action details Video Video
317-19 1  PetitionOutdoor Parking: Three C Realty LLC, 54 Winter St., Malden, 22 spaces (New)referredPass Action details Video Video
318-19 1  OrderOrder: That the Board of Health, under the direction of Christopher Webb identify cost and quantity of signage to be placed at ALL public schools, parks and public buildings that state: NO SMOKING/NO VAPING. Because of the health epidemic we are facing in Malden, a timeline of 30-days for completion is asked. It is further ordered that any violation of this Order be subject to all fines as stated in Section 21 of the Malden Board of Health regulations.adoptedPass Action details Video Video
319-19 1  OrderOrder: That the City of Malden look to create and establish a “Dig one policy” for the upgrade to 5g.referred  Action details Video Video
320-19 1  OrdinanceOrder: Be it hereby Ordained that Chapter 2 of the Revised Ordinances of 2020 as amended, be further amended by adding a new section as follows:referredPass Action details Video Video
321-19 1  OrdinanceOrdinance: Be it hereby ordained that the City Council amend the Expendable Trust Fund Ordinance.referred  Action details Not available
329-19 1  OrderOrder: That water department officials appear before the city council to discuss water quality standards with respect to chlorine levels, bacteria levels and the flushing program.adoptedPass Action details Video Video
322-19 1  ResolutionResolve: that it is the sense of the City Council that it supports the exploration of an application for the rehabilitation of the Oak Grove Community Building via the Community Preservation Act.passedPass Action details Video Video
323-19 1  ResolutionResolve: That the Traffic Commission install a stop sign on the eastern corner of Boylston Street at Bryant.referredPass Action details Video Video
324-19 1  ResolutionResolve: That the City Council support an Inclusionary Zoning Financial Feasibility Analysis. Whereas 56% of Malden households are low income, meaning they earn 80% or less of the Area Median Income, and would qualify for deed-restricted Affordable housing; and Whereas 67% of low-income Malden households are housing cost burdened, meaning they pay more than 30% of their income on housing costs, including rent, mortgages, utilities, insurance and other regular housing costs, and are therefore at higher risk of displacement; and Whereas Malden has less than one deed-restricted Affordable housing unit for every three cost-burdened low-income Malden households who could qualify for such a home; and Whereas inclusionary zoning policies leverage the private sector housing market to create new deed-restricted Affordable units by requiring a percentage of new units in multifamily buildings to be set at below-market costs and reserved for low-income households; and Whereas the success of inclusionary zoning policies hinges on well-crafted policy details, so that the share of deed-restricpassedPass Action details Video Video
325-19 1  ResolutionResolve: That the City Council support the creation of a Security Deposit Pilot Program. Whereas more than half of all Malden households are renters, of which 68% are low income, earning 80% or less of the Area Median Income (AMI); and Whereas leases for apartments typically require payment of first month’s rent, last month’s rent, and a security deposit, a total amount equal to three months’ rent, due upon signing; and Whereas many households, especially low-income households, struggle to pay security deposits, a phenomenon that creates an additional barrier to housing and increases the risk of displacement for these families; and Whereas Action for Boston Community Development, Inc. (ABCD), an experienced regional anti-poverty agency and housing services provider, is submitting an application to the Malden Community Preservation Commission to create a Security Deposit Pilot Program; and Whereas the Pilot Program would provide security deposits to landlords on behalf of qualified low-income Malden households, and would require said landlords to return the balance of the security depassedPass Action details Not available
326-19 1  ResolutionResolve: That the Traffic Commission study and if appropriate designate a speed safety zone in the vicinity of Lincoln Common and Suffolk Manor.referredPass Action details Not available
327-19 1  ResolutionResolve: that the Traffic Commission study and if appropriate designate speed safety zones next to Devir Park.referredPass Action details Not available
328-19 1  ClaimClaim: Nicholas DiLeo, 253 Harvard Street, Malden, MA   Action details Video Video