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Lowell City Council Meeting: October 17, 2017

  Mayor’s Business Councilors thank organizers of Creaticity Festival and Lowell Celebrates Kerouac. Merrimack Valley Food Bank and Angkor Dance Troupe invite councilors to upcoming events. Angkor performance this Friday and Saturday at the Lowell High Irish auditorium. The Food Bank recognizes October as Hunger Homeless Awareness Month. Motion Responses…

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City Council Preview: Oct 17, 2017

Mimi Parseghian shares a detailed look at what’s on the agenda for this Tuesday’s Lowell City Council meeting: This week’s Lowell City Council Agenda posted on the City website.  It is usually posted on the Friday prior to the Tuesday evening meeting.  It not only contains the agenda but the…

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Lowell City Council Meeting: October 10, 2017

Mayor’s business: citations for Kinetic Sculpture Race, the Mormon Church for its day of service, and the Gujarati Association of New England which organized the Indian Cultural Festival. Vote: Authorize City Manager to enter into purchase and sale agreement with S&R Construction for a parcel in the Hamilton Canal District.…

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City Council Preview: Oct 10, 2017

Mimi Parseghian shares a detailed look at what’s on the agenda for this Tuesday’s Lowell City Council Meeting: The Lowell City Council Agenda posted on the City website is a wealth of background information and significant data on the business of our local government.  Not only does it provided the…

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Lowell City Council Meeting: August 22, 2017

Response to Council Motions Maintenance of school and city boilers. City Manager Murphy says he has engaged the Collins Center at UMass Boston to do a study on options the city has for building maintenance, whether it involves combining school and city maintenance departments, outsourcing it, or some other option.…

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Lowell City Council Meeting: August 8, 2017

Communications Communication from Lowell Sustainability Council asking Mayor to join with other mayors in committing to the Paris Climate Accord. Also take up Councilor Samaras motion requesting City Council adopt a resolution entitled “The road to 100 percent clean renewable energy for the years 2035.” Jay Mason, chair of sustainability…

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