RESOLUTION NO.
DATE
DESCRIPTION

Res. No. 1 

5/2/1949

Authorizes the Mayor to sign agreements with the State Highway Department for the allotment of Town Aid Funds and Dirt Road Funds (p.6-7)

Res. No. 2    

5/2/1949

Approve Appropriation to carry on operation of Hubbard Heights Golf Course (p.7)

Res. No. 3    

5/2/1949

Approve a special appropriation for the Welfare Department  (p.7)

Res. No. 4    

5/2/1949

Transfer funds of “Canvass and Electors’ Account” to Controllers Account (p. 8)

Res. No. 5    

5/2/1949

Approve appropriation for Election Expenses (p. 8)

Res. No. 6    

5/2/1949

Appropriations for the purchase of book keeping machine (p. 8)

Res. No. 7    

5/2/1949

Hold a session to examine the qualifications of Electors and admit to the elector’ oath those who shall be found qualified (p. 8)

Res. No. 8    

5/2/1949

Adoption of the official seal (p. 8)

Res. No. 9    

5/2/1949

Make available expenses of the Bd. of Representatives for the Town meeting funds (p. 9)

Res. No. 10    

5/2/1949

Cove sewer project (p. 9, 16-17)

Res. No. 11     

5/2/1949

Old building at Lockwood Ave. and Lillian St. to be used for Recreational center (p. 9, 17)

Res. No. 12

6/27/1949

Authorizes the Mayor to borrow $202,000 to meet financial requirements  (p. 48)

Res. No. 13

7/11/1949

Appropriations of $800.95 – for injuries of Salvatore Sabia received during the course of his employment by the Town of Stamford. (p. 53)

Res. No. 14

7/11/1949

Appropriation of the cost of Auditing (p. 53)

Res. No. 15

7/11/1949

Appropriation to compensate J.H. Burns, Auditor for special services rendered on Auditing Town Housing Authority (p. 53-54)

Res. No. 16

8/1/1949

Appropriation to be transferred to complete the school yard paving on Walter Jr. High School (p.60)

Res. No. 17

8/1/1949

Appropriation for Town Dump (p. 60-61)

Res. No. 18

8/1/1949

Appropriation for Health Officer- Town (p. 61)

Res. No. 19

8/1/1949

Retired pension on John J. Mulkerin (p. 61)

Res. No. 20

8/1/1949

Requires building line on the southerly side of Elm St. be changed to a uniform 10’ setback (p.64)

Res. No. 21

8/1/1949

Investigation of all available beach facilities by proper authorities (p.64-65)

Res. No. 22

8/2/1949

Building of Plants and Sanitary sewers (p. 65)

Res. No. 23

9/12/1949

Purchase and Installation of boiler for No. 2 Fire Station (p.70)

Res. No. 24

9/12/1949

Labor and materials and purchase of bulldozer for operation of the Town Dump (p. 70)

Res. No. 25

9/12/1949

Appropriation for Clerical Help-Board of Finance (p. 71)

Res. No. 26

9/12/1949

Taking of annual Census – expenses (p. 71)

Res. No. 27

9/12/1949

Expenditure of $5,997.50 additional for the Personnel Commission be approved (p. 72)

Res. No. 28

9/12/1949

Appropriation for Stamford Musicians  (p. 72)

Res. No. 29

9/12/1949

Appropriation for Bd. of Finance Advertising (p. 72)

Res. No. 30

9/12/1949

Request of the Mayor for the resignation of the four members of the Bd. of Tax Relief (p.73)

Res. No. 31

10/3/1949

Issuance of serial bonds for improvements of playgrounds Springdale – Stark School, Dolan Jr. High equipment (p. 80)

Res. No. 32

10/3/1949

Issuance of serial bonds for Walter Dolan Jr. High School “Equipment Bond” (p. 83-85)

Res. No. 33

10/3/1949

Approval for expenditure of $12,207 for the Planning Board budget for balance of fiscal year (p.85-88)

Res. No. 34

10/3/1949

Ordinance and the new charter of the former City and Town of Stamford (p. 85)

Res. No. 35

10/3/1949

Transfer of funds within the Police Department (p. 88-90)

Res. No. 36

10/3/1949

Acceptance of the Seaton and Standish Rds. as public highways (p. 90-91)

Res. No. 37

11/7/1949

Waiver of the building line on Courtland Ave. and Lenox Ave. – pertaining to the building owned by Boden-Ericsson (p.98-99)

Res. No. 38

11/7/1949

Building line of Summer St. (p.104)

Res. No. 39

11/7/1949

Building line of Spring St. (p.104)

Res. No. 40

11/7/1949

Building line of Willow St. (p. 104)

Res. No. 41

11/7/1949

Building line of Greyrock Place (p.104)

Res. No. 42

11/7/1960

Building line of easterly side of Bedford St. (p.104)

Res. No. 43

11/7/1949

Building line of Cottage St. (p.105)

Res. No. 44

11/7/1949

Building line of Bell St. (p. 105)

Res. No. 45

11/7/1949

Building line of Canal St. (p.105)

Res. No. 46

11/7/1949

Alteration of street line at the junction of Elmcroft St. and Dyke Lane.  (p. 105)

Res. No. 47

 

Unused

Res. No. 48

11/7/1949

Appropriation to the police department for the purchase of a typewriter (p. 99)

Res. No. 49

11/7/1949

Appropriation requested for county tax (p. 100)

Res. No. 50

11/7/1949

Replacement of a wire fence on Elm St. school grounds (p.100)

Res. No. 51

11/7/1949

Appropriation of $4,048 to the police department, precinct no. 1  (p.100-101)

Res. No. 52

11/7/1949

Appropriation for services rendered by Dr. Crane  (p. 102) Appropriation for the corporation counsel (p. 99)

Res. No. 53

11/14/1949

Approval of pensions for the police department (p.108-109)

Res. No. 54

12/5/1949

Erection of memorial hall (p.111)

Res. No. 55

12/5/1949

Appropriation to cover the cost of the installation of fire hydrants (p. 112)

Res. No. 56

12/5/1949

Appropriation for reproducing and developing blue print machine (p.113)

Res. No. 57

12/5/1949

Additional appropriation for the Board of Representatives (p.113-114)

Res. No. 58

12/5/1949

Approval of Cowan Ave., Donald Rd., and Lawton Ave. (200 ft) as public highways (p. 114)

Res. No. 59

12/5/1949

Temporary veterans emergency housing project (p.115-116)

Res. No. 60

12/5/1949

Use of a portion of the Sunset Home property on Scofieldtown Rd. for girl scouts day camp for a period of five weeks in the 1950 season (p. 120)

Res. No. 61

12/5/1949

Report of progress in Cove sewer project (p. 120)

Res. No. 62

12/5/49 2/6/50

The G.A.R memorial hall in the town hall building is set aside as a perpetual memorial hall to the G.A.R and that said meeting hall may be used as a meeting place for organizations (p.120-122;  12/5/49)  (p.136,140; 2/6/49) 

Res. No. 63

1/9/1950

Fiscal Committee Duties per section 611.3 charter (p.130)

Res. No. 64

2/6/1950

Lease of facilities between the Halloween Yacht Cub and City of Stamford. (p. 136)

Res. No. 65

 

No resolution

Res. No. 66

2/6/1950

Approval of custodian retirement funds (p.141)

Res. No. 67

2/6/1950

Appropriation for reappraisal of Stamford property for purpose of taxation (p. 141-142)

Res. No. 68

2/6/1950

Appropriation to welfare department (p. 143)

Res. No. 69

2/6/1950

Acceptance of streets- Ursula place, Severance Drive and Johns Road accepted as public highway. (p. 141)

Res. No. 70

2/6/1950

Turn the jurisdiction of the Hubbard Heights clubhouse to the Board of Recreation for the winter activities (p.145)

Res. No. 71

2/8/1950

Appropriation for beach projects (p. 148-149)

Res. No. 72

2/8/1950

Purchase of properties from reality associates of the City of Stamford (p. 150)

Res. No. 73

2/8/1950

Appropriation for compensation of Acting Mayor (p.154)

Res. No. 74

3/6/1950

Application of the town of Stamford Housing Authority to the Public Housing Administration for a preliminary loan in an amount not to exceed 100,000 to cover cost of survey, etc. for public housing (p.161)

Res. No. 75

4/3/1950

Payment in lieu of taxes for rental of housing project (p. 165)

Res. No. 76

4/3/1950

Request playground named as Douglas Northrup Memorial Playground by the Glenbrook Parent-Teachers Association (p.166)

Res. No. 77

4/3/1950

Termination of the lease for the first Baptist Society, Bangall property (p.177)

Res. No. 78

4/3/1950

Complete support of the Board of Representatives to assure Commission of Public Works, the city engineer in seeing that new roads are built according to Planning Board specifications, before acceptance of them (p. 203-204)

Res. No. 79

5/25/1950

Acceptance of budget of the City of Stamford (see budget minutes) or approval by the Board of Representatives (p.42-B)

Res. No. 80

6/12/1950

To authorize Mayor to come into an agreement with state highway departments to use funds (see Res. No. 1) (p.213)

Res. No. 81

6/12/1950

Fireworks display for 4th of July (p.213)

Res. No. 82

6/12/1950

Borrow to meet the temporary financial requirements of the City, etc (p. 214)

Res. No. 83

6/12/1950

Preliminary loan for the low cost housing (p. 224)

Res. No. 84

6/12/1950

Resolution requesting reservation of capital grant funds (p.225)

Res. No. 85

6/12/1950

Appropriation of Black Swamp (p. 226)

Res. No. 86

6/26/1950

Supernumerary fire force requirements (p.233)

Res. No. 87

7/10/1950

Appreciation to firemen re-extension of 56 hour work week (p. 234)

Res. No. 88

7/10/1950

Reservation for slum clearance supplement 150,000 for Urban Redevelopment Program (p. 237)

Res. No. 89

8/7/1950

Borrowing for new fire equipment (p. 257)

Res. No. 90

8/7/1950

See charter, section 35 concerning the examination for classified employees requirements (p.260)

Res. No. 91

8/7/1950

Low cost housing preliminary loan (p.262)

Res. No. 92

8/7/1950

Property contributed by Fair Lawn (p. 266)

Res. No. 93

8/31/1950

Connecticut National Guard granted permission to use park facilities (p. 268)

Res. No. 94

10/2/1950

Grant for Dolan Jr. High for public school building project (p.290)

Res. No. 95

10/2/1950

First National Bank of Boston issue $2,246,944.00 (p.302)

Res. No. 96

10/2/1950

Rent control extension (p.308)

Res. No. 97

11/13/1950

To assist local slum clearance and urban redevelopment projects, such as surveys to be made and other activities. Also financial assistance (p.326)

Res. No. 98

12/4/1950

Appropriation for Walter R. Dolan School (Stamford) (p. 339)

Res. No. 99

12/4/1950

The adoption of the slogan “ In God we trust” (p. 330)

Res. No. 100

1/8/1951

Appropriation for wage grant (p.343)

Res. No. 101

1/23/1951

Purchase of Cove Mills (p.354)

Res. No. 102

2/13/1951

Special tax not levied (p.363-364)

Res. No. 103

2/13/1951

Erection of police building and courthouse on Hoyt St. (p. 369)

Res. No. 104

3/1/1951

Res. Approving a certain contract for advance for surveys and plans in preparation of a certain slum clearance and urban development projects (p.370)

Res. No. 105

3/12/1951

Extension of loading hours (p.378)

Res. No. 106

4/9/1951

Thanks to Babette Ransohoff, first clerk of the Board of Representatives (p.384)

Res. No. 107

4/9/1951

Thanks to retiring members of Board of Representatives

Res. No. 108

5/7/1951

Voter making days (p. 392)

Res. No. 109

5/7/1951

Approval of preliminary loan for Housing Authority (see res. No. 124 also) (p. 396)

Res. No. 110

5/7/1951

Adoption of pension plan for municipal employees (p. 394)

Res. No. 111

5/15/1951

Acceptance of approval of operating and capital budget  (p.400)

Res. No. 111A

8/6/1951

Change of meeting date (p. 415)

Res. No. 112 

 

Reread Industrial Recreation Program

Res. No. 113

6/12/1951

State Aid for addition to Stark School (p. 404)

Res. No. 114

7/2/1951

Sewer & Bonds (p. 412-413)

Res. No. 115

7/2/1951

Stark School Bonds (p. 410)

Res. No. 116

8/6/1951

Re Purchasing Agent (p. 417)

Res. No. 117

8/20/1951

Re Bd. of Education as building committee for Stark School (p. 423)

Res. No. 118

9/10/1951

Re Handling Emergency Cases (p. 428)

Res. No. 119

11/5/1951

Identification badges for the members of the Board of Representatives (p. 434-435)

Res. No. 120

12/3/1951

Michael Wofsey (p. 440-441)

Res. No. 121

12/3/1951

Thruway (p. 441)

Res. No. 122

12/3/1951

Cove Island - also see #101 (p. 443)

Res. No. 123

12/3/1951

Building & Maintaining Recreational Facilities (p. 444)

Res. No. 124

12/3/1951

City & Housing Authority of City of Stamford (p.447)

Res. No. 125

1/7/1952

Urban Redevelopment Commission (p. 447-449)

Res. No. 126

1/7/1952

Administration matters (p. 449)

Res. No. 127

1/7/1952

Home Drainage & Septic Tanks (p. 450)

Res. No. 128

1/7/1952

PUC Public Hearing (p. 452)

Res. No. 129

2/4/1952

Rescinding lease on Quonset Huts (p. 456)

Res. No. 130

3/3/1952

Petition Luders Marine Construction for variance in building code (p. 457)

Res. No. 131

4/7/1952

Application for Social Security (p. 467)

Res. No. 132

4/7/1952

Amendatory contract Urban Redevelopment (p. 468)

Res. No. 133

4/7/1952

Quit Claim to Long Ridge Fire Dept. (p. 470)

Res. No. 134

4/7/1952

Construction of thruway (p. 471)

Res. No. 135

5/5/1952

Urban Redevelopment including East Meadow St. - Project #6 (p. 478)

Res. No. 136

5/8/1952

Adopting capital budget 1952-1953 (p.485)

Res. No. 137

5/8/1952

Authority for condemnation proceedings to acquire Cove Island (p. 486)

Res. No. 138

5/14/1952

Certification on operating & capital budget, 1952-1953 (p.488)

Res. No. 139

6/2/1952

Approval of retaining outside counsel to defend Bd. of Finance out of City funds (p. 494)

Res. No. 140

6/16/1952

Establishment of retirement fund for classified employees (p. 498)

Res. No. 141

6/16/1952

Pension plan re Act 463 of 1951 General Assembly (p. 498-503)

Res. No. 142

7/7/1952

Approve the plans for new school houses or addition to the new school house as required by sec.1496 (p.505)

Res. No. 143

7/7/1952

Approval of East Meadow Street Project (p. 510)

Res. No. 144

7/7/1952

Full report requested by the people on sewers, etc. in Cove and East side of Stamford matter. (p. 511)

Res. No. 145

7/21/1952

Re-establishing certain building lines (p. 514-515)

Res. No. 146

8/4/1952

“That the mayor and the chief of police be instructed to keep Fairview Ave. at both ends open, open to the high water mark, for the width of the street, for the use to the extent possible as a public beach” (p. 522)

Res. No. 147

9/8/1952

Belltown-Willard School; Regarding state aid (p. 524)

Res. No. 148

9/8/1952

Stevens Elementary School; Regarding state aid (p. 524)

Res. No. 149

9/8/1952

Re: Sewer Authority (p. 524)

Res. No. 150

9/8/52 8/4/52

Rent control extended (p. 517, 526)

Res. No. 151

9/8/1952

Amendment to strengthen merit system (p. 527)

Res. No. 152

9/8/1952

Amendment to clarify procedures for financing capital projects (p. 527)

Res. No. 153

9/25/1952

Adoption of capital projects budget 1952-1953 as reconsidered and amended (p. 533)

Res. No. 154

9/8/52 10/6/52

Correspondence and resolutions to re correspondence to majority and minority leaders (p. 529, 538)

Res. No. 155

12/1/52 12/11/52

Amending capital budget for purchase of Bedford St. parking lot (1952-1953) (p.552-553, 556)

Res. No. 156

12/11/1952

Amending capital budget for purchase of Canal Street parking lot (1952-1953) (p.556)

Res. No. 157

2/2/53 3/2/53

Re appointment of committee of five to study city administration referred to Legislative and Rules Committee (p. 567, 568,572)

Res. No. 158

4/6/1953

Bond issue for $2,045,000 for public improvement (p.582)

Res. No. 159

4/6/1953

Bond issue for $350,000 for parking facilities (p. 582)

Res. No. 160

4/20/1953

Adoption of operating and capital budget for 1953-1954 (p. 591)

Res. No. 161

5/4/1953

Building line on Broad St. from Atlantic St. to Greyrock Place  (p. 593)

Res. No. 162

5/4/1953

Board members at legislative and judicial hearings (p. 597)

Res. No. 163

7/6/53 9/9/53

First Amendatory Cont. by Urban Redevelopment. Commission rescinded (replaced by Res. #164 (p. 611, 625)

Res. No. 164

8/3/1953

Simplification of reports for state re Welfare Department (p. 619)

Res. No. 165

9/9/1953

Opposed to further increase in bus fares  (p. 625)

Res. No. 166

12/7/1953

Street Lighting installations (p. 650)

Res. No. 167

12/7/1953

Bond issue of $2,698,400.00 for construction of specified schools & bridges (p. 652)

Res. No. 168

1/4/1954

Urban Redevelopment - approval of East Meadow Street Project (p. 666)

Res. No. 169

1/4/1954

Attending Public Utility Hearings of Connecticut Co. & Stamford Water Co. (p. 669-670)

Res. No. 170

1/4/1954

Amending Capital Projects Budget 1952-53 for transfer of $50,000 (p. 675)

Res. No. 171

2/1/1954

State Aid Bd. of Education Roxbury Elem. School (p. 678)

Res. No. 172

5/3/1954

State Aid Bd. of Education Westover Elem. School (p. 703-704)

Res. No. 173

5/3/1954

State Aid Bd. of Education K. T. Murphy addition (p. 704)

Res. No. 174

5/3/1954

State Aid Bd. of Education Springdale Elem. School (p. 704)

Res. No. 175

5/12/1954

Adopt. Cap. And Oper. Budget 1954-55 (p. 711)

Res. No. 176

6/7/1954

Renaming Vidal Park to Michael Lione Park (p. 722)

Res. No. 177

6/7/1954

Adopt. Loan & Grant Cont. Urban Redevelopment Committee (p. 723)

Res. No. 178

6/7/1954

Urban Redevelopment - Exercising Powers of Eminent Domain (p.723-724)

Res. No. 179

6/7/1954

Urban Redevelopment Approv. Cash & Grants in aid re Meadow Street Project (p. 724)

Res. No. 180

6/7/1954

Amend. Capital Budget Re: Jefferson & Canal St.  (p.732)

Res. No. 181

7/12/1954

Extension of first tax district (p. 740)

Res. No. 182

8/2/1954

Bond issue for $2,331,100.00 covering capital projects program for 1954-1955 (p.744)

Res. No. 183

8/2/1954

Resolution of the Board of Representatives ratifying , approving and confirming the acts of the urban redevelopment commission (p. 750)

Res. No. 184

8/2/1954

State aid grant for Roxbury elementary, Westover, K. T. Murphy and Springdale elementary schools (p. 753-754)

Res. No. 185

8/2/1954

Endorsing need for J.M. Wright Technical school in Stamford (p. 755)

Res. No. 186

10/4/1954

Amendment to section 6 [pensions] of the classified employees’ pension plan (p. 768)

Res. No. 187

11/8/1954

Resolution naming the field formerly known as Belltown Field to the George T. Barrett Field (p. 772)

Res. No. 188

7/1/54 – 6/30/55

Application for federal disaster relief funds resulting from hurricanes Carol and Edna (p. 786)

Res. No. 189

12/6/1954

Relocation of a county court house in Stamford (p. 788-789)

Res. No. 190

12/6/1954

Problem of preventing industry from moving out of Stamford (p. 789-790)

Res. No. 191

1/10/1955

Be it resolved that the Board of Representatives approve the transfer of $10,000 of bond issue in the capital budget 1954-1955 from Springdale School addition to K.T. Murphy School addition subject to the approval of the Board of Finance (p.794)

Res. No. 192

1/10/1955

Re: J.M. Wright Technical School site (p. 800-801)

Res. No. 192a

2/7/1955

Amending the 1952-53 capital projects budget by approval of a transfer of funds and adding an item known as Noble Street sanitary sewer (p.806)

Res. No. 193         

3/7/1955

Additional appropriation of $755,000 for repair and additions to Burdick Jr. High School building for the Board of Education (p.821)

Res. No. 194   

3/7/1955

Authorizing Mayor Quigley to apply for state aid on Julia A. Stark Elementary School addition (p. 819-820)

Res. No. 195             

3/7/1955

Exchange of property between City of Stamford and Stamford Historical Society (p. 820-821)

Res. No. 196   

3/7/1955

Changing of various street names because of duplication within City of Stamford  (p. 821)

Res. No. 197

3/7/1955

Re-extension of Cowing Place (p. 823)

Res. No. 198

5/12/1955

Adoption of the operating and capital budgets from 7/1/55 to 6/30/56 (p. 861)

Res. No. 199

4/4/1955

Creating committee to investigate Stamford City Housing Authority (p.834-835)

Res. No. 200

7/11/1955

Adoption of building code (p. 899-902)

Res. No. 201

9/12/1955

Street acceptance  (p.947-948)

Res. No. 202

9/11/1955

Noroton and Rippowam River- dredging (p. 956-958)

Res. No. 203

9/12/1955

Service of Conn. Co. buses curtailed (p. 958-959)

Res. No. 204

10/10/1955

Bd. of Rep. & Bd. of Finance members to be furnished with copies of Charter, Code of Gen. Ord. & Grand List without charge (p. 976)

Res. No. 205

11/14/1955

Capital Grant funds, approving reservation of, for the undertaking of survey & plans for an Urban Renewal Project & the filing of an application for federal reserve funds (p. 982-984)

Res. No. 206

1/3/1956

Bond Issue, Cap. Budget 1955-56, $1,276,000 (p. 1021-1022)

Res. No. 207

2/6/1956

Rippowam River - Channel Clearance (p. 1075)

Res. No. 208

2/6/1956

Noroton River (p. 1075)

Res. No. 209

2/6/1956

Senate Bill 1853 - Production of Natural Gas (p.1075-1076)

Res. No. 210

2/6/1956

Noroton & Rippowam River - dredging & clearance (p. 1091)

Res. No. 211

3/5/1956

Municipal Public Health Bldg. - advance by U.S. Government (p. 1102-1104)

Res. No. 212

3/5/1956

City owned property conveyed to State Trade School (p. 1109-1110)

Res. No. 213

3/5/1956

Housing Authority agreement for construction of moderate rental housing project (p. 1110-1113)

Res. No. 214

3/5/1956

Bell Street Parking Lost - between South & Atlantic Street (p. 1113)

Res. No. 215

4/2/1956

Voter making day, April 18, 1956 (p. 1174)

Res. No. 216

5/7/1956

Mayor authorized to sign for all flood relief measures (p. 1196)

Res. No. 217

5/7/1956

Bonds, various purpose of City of Stamford (p. 1197)

Res. No. 218

5/7/1956

Mayor authorized to sign for all flood relief measures (p. 1198)

Res. No. 219

5/7/1956

Mayor authorized to enter into agreements with State for restoration of flood damaged highways (p. 1198)

Res. No. 220

5/7/1956

U.S. Government Funds to aid in cost of surveys & plans for Urban Redevelopment project number Conn. R-10 (p. 1204-1205)

Res. No. 221

5/7/1956

Index, cost of living regarding Stamford residents (p.1206)

Res. No. 222

5/7/1956

Capital. & Operating Budget 1956-57 approved (p. 1218,1220)

Res. No. 223

5/7/1956

Capital Projects Budget 1955-56 amending to transfer $10,000 from Cummings Park beach improvement to overall survey of City & Additional Appropriation for overall survey of City parks (p. 1222)

Res. No. 224

5/7/1956

Capital Project budget 1955-56 amended - additional appropriation for storm drains & initial highway work in Morgan St. ext. (p.1225)

Res. No. 225

5/7/1956

Urban Redevelopment Commission to prepare program to obtain federal financing aid in eliminating slums (p. 1264)

Res. No. 226

7/2/1956

Hubbard Heights Golf Commission - Transfer Funds (p.1280)

Res. No. 227

7/2/1956

Chatham Rock, Stamford Harbor Lighthouse Acquisition (p. 1284-1286)

Res. No. 228

7/2/1956

Long Ridge Fire House - Waiver Bldg. Permit Fee (p.1287)

Res. No. 229

7/2/1956

Exemption to Ordinance #50 - Liquor Consumption (p. 1288-1289)

Res. No. 230

7/2/1956

Park Vendors - Exception to Ordinance #35 (p.1289)

Res. No. 231

8/6/1956

URC - Request for Fed. Cap. Grant  (p. 1309-1311)

Res. No. 232

8/6/1956

Cove Island, dredging & improvement (p. 1313-1314)

Res. No. 233

8/6/1956

Enforcement of Ordinance No. 57 (p. 1317-1318)

Res. No. 234

8/6/1956

Pacific St. Underpass at thruway & railroad (p. 1321)

Res. No. 235

9/4/1956

Leasing & rental of parks for private purposes (p. 1346)

Res. No. 236

8/1/1956

Amend. ‘56-57 Capital Project budget, sanitary Sewer line, Richmond Hill Ave. Bridge (p. 1366)

Res. No. 237

8/1/1956

Amend. ‘56-57 Capital Project Budget - Preliminary Survey, Pacific St. Underpass (p.1366)

Res. No. 238

8/1/1956

Amend. ‘43-54 Capital Project Budget - Police Dept. Communications modernization (p. 1367)

Res. No. 239

8/1/1956

Conveyance of Hoyt St. property to County for Court House (p. 1380-1381)

Res. No. 240

8/1/1956

Removal of Gravel from Cove Island (p. 1383)

Res. No. 241

11/7/1956

Amend. “56-57 Capital Project Budget - Authorization of Bonds to finance projects (p. 1402-1404, 1420)

Res. No. 242

11/7/1956

Amend. Capital Project Budget ‘56-57 and ‘52-53 - School Sites (p. 1404, 1420)

Res. No. 243

11/7/1956

Amend. ‘56-57 Capital Project Budget - Stamford Museum (p. 1405)

Res. No. 244

11/7/1956

Amend. ‘56-57 Capital Project Budget - plans for incinerator (p. 1405-1406)

Res. No. 245

11/7/1956

Amending 1956/57 Capital Budget, North Glenbrook Storm drains (p. 1407-1408)

Res. No. 246

11/7/1956

Police Dept., Manpower requirements (p. 1410)

Res. No. 247

1/7/1957

Amend Capital Project Budget “53-54 - Transfer surplus funds 1952-1953 to K.T. Murphy School. Add (p.1459)

Res. No. 248

1/7/1957

Sale of City-owned land to State of Conn. (p. 1463)

Res. No. 249

1/7/1957

Urban Redevelopment Commission (p. 1471)

Res. No. 250

2/4/1957

Add appropriation - Henry St. Sanitary Sewer (p. 1496, 1498)

Res. No. 251

2/4/1957

Termination of West Main St. Urban Redevelopment Renewal Project (1507)

Res. No. 252

4/17/1957

Amend. Capital project budget for1956/1957 authorizing increase in appropriation for health building. (p. 1554-1555)

Res. No. 253

5/6/1957

All monies advanced from General Fund to defray cost of purchase of Parking lot at Atlantic & Bell Street for which revenue bonds are being issued, to be reimbursed to General Fund on issuance & sale of bonds (p. 1597)

Res. No. 254

5/9/1957

Adoption of Operations & Capital budgets from July 1, 1957 to June 30, 1958 (p. 1611-1612)

Res. No. 255

6/3/1957

Relocation of Meadow Street by exchange of lands under urban redevelopment plan (p. 1625)

Res. No. 256

6/3/1957

Acceptance of Streets open to vehicular travel prior to April 16, 1950 (p.1630)

Res. No. 257

7/1/1957

Acceptance of Streets open to vehicular traffic prior to April 16, 1950 (p.1650)

Res. No. 258

8/5/1957

Amending 1957/1958 Capital Projects to authorize increase in item - “Bridges” (p. 1664)

Res. No. 259

8/5/1957

Amend. 1957/58 Capital Projects Budget by adding item of $175,000.00 to be known as Urban Redevelopment Meadow Street Project, City area (p. 1665)

Res. No. 260

8/5/1957

Creation of Charter Revision Commission, under Public Act #465 (p. 1667-1669)

Res. No. 261

8/5/1957

Referendum re 42-hour work week for firemen (p. 1669-1670)

Res. No. 262

9/9/1957

Amend. 1957-58 capital project budget by addition of classroom addition to Roxbury School, in the amount of $187,000 (p. 1681)

Res. No. 263

9/16/1957

Amending Chapter 44 of the Charter of the City of Stamford - to be submitted to Electors at next General Election, Nov., 1957 (p. 1707-1710)

Res. No. 264

10/7/1957

Mayor authorized to accept $1. From State for City-owned property, .07 acre, on Brookside Drive (p. 1722, 1724)

Res. No. 265

10/7/1957

Acceptance of Streets open to vehicular traffic prior to April 16, 1950 (p. 1730)

Res. No. 266

10/7/1957

Holbrook Estate Roads (Holbrook Drive, Boxwood Drive, Apple Tree Drive and Pine Tree Drive) (p. 1732)

Res. No. 267

11/1/1957

Amendment 1957/58 Capital Project budget by adding following items & to approve cost of $197,000 - Rehabilitation of Cummings Park, Dyke Park, Southfield Park, West Beach and Woodside Park (p. 1742)

Res. No. 268

11/1/1957

Re: Increased fare requested by the Connecticut Co. before the Public Utilities Commission (p. 1756-1758)

Res. No. 269

2/3/1957

Bonds to finance capital projects 1956-57 (p. 1806, 1808)

Res. No. 270

3/3/1958

Nomination of appointive board members by Mayor to the Board of Representatives (p. 1836)

Res. No. 271

3/3/1958

Authorizing Housing Committee to investigate City Housing Authority (p. 1853)

Res. No. 272

5/1/1958

Adoption of Operating & Capital Budgets From July 1, 1958 to June 30, 1959 (p.1894, 1895)

Res. No. 273

5/5/1958

Rules & Regulations of Public Recreation Areas (p.1908, 1909)

Res. No. 274

5/5/1958

Rules & Regulations of Hubbard Heights Golf Club (p.1909,1910)

Res. No. 275

5/5/1958

Rules & Regulations of Public Parks (p.1913, 1914)

Res. No. 276

5/5/1958

Designating Stamford as “Research City” (p.1915 & 1918)

Res. No. 277

6/2/1958

Authorizing Mayor to borrow $175,000 to be repaid by proceeds of a bond issue or proceeds from sale of Urban Redevelopment of Meadow Street property, or both. (p. 1930, 1931)

Res. No. 278

6/2/1958

Establishment of Charter Revision Commission (p. 1945)

Res. No. 279

8/4/1958

Concerning Pepper Ridge Place to bring road up to acceptable condition (p. 1975,1976)

Res. No. 280

9/8/1958

Regarding Senior High School amendments to capital projects budget 1958-59. (p. 1994-1997)

Res. No. 281

9/8/1958

Heliport – new York Airways (p.1998-99)

Res. No. 282

9/8/1958

Parking Authority. Lease, Stamford Railroad Station (p. 1999-2000)

Res. No. 283

9/8/1958

Transfer, City-owned Property to University of Connecticut for branch site (p. 2001, 2002)

Res. No. 284

9/8/1958

Authorizing appointment of fact-finding committee to investigate problems connected with Police Department. (p. 20115-2018)

Res. No. 285

10/6/1958

Wood Ridge Drive South, Three Lakes & Bridle Path (p. 2030,2031)

Res. No. 286

10/6/1958

The park known as “West Park” be designated as Christopher Columbus Park and area surrounding the park be known as Columbus Square (p.2037-2038)

Res. No. 287

10/6/1958

J. Fleming Rutledge Bridge (p.2047)

Res. No. 288

12/8/1958

Amendment to the Classified Employees’ Retirement Plan. (p.2071, 2072)

Res. No. 289

2/9/1959

Amendment to 1956-57 & 1957-58 capital projects budgets for the transfer of funds in amount of $7900 from roads, paths in 1957-58 capital budget to bridges in 1956-57 capital budget. (p. 2124)

Res. No. 290

2/8/1959

Amendment to capital projects budget for 1958-59 by including item of $43,000 to be known as incinerator addition and further to approve said appropriation, which said sum is to be financed by direct taxation. (p. 2124, 2125)

Res. No. 291

3/2/1959

Amendment to 1958-59 capital projects budget – additional appropriation to provide for construction of new facility building on East Beach at Cove Island. (p.2156)

Res. No. 292

3/2/1959

Urban Redevelopment Commission request – for abandonment of New Street and East Meadow Street in East Meadow Street Project. (p. 2172, 2173)

Res. No. 293

3/2/1959

Amendments to City of Stamford Classified Employees’ Retirement Plan (p. 2180, 2181, 2182)

Res. No. 294

4/6/1959

Amendment to Capital Projects Budget for 1958-59 by addition of item in amount of $125,000 to be know as Senior High School plans and site improvements. (p. 2192, 2193)

Res. No. 295

4/6/1959

Regarding disposition of JM Wright Technical School, located on Schuyler Ave., Stamford, Conn. (p. 2198, 2199)

Res. No. 296

4/20/1959

Amendment to Capital Projects Budget 1958-59 by addition of item in amount of $4,278,390 to be known as Senior High School, to be financed by bonds. (p. 2202-2205)

Res. No. 297

5/5/1959

Adoption of Operating & Capital Budgets from July 1, 1959 to June 30, 1960 (p. 2562, 2563)

Res. No. 298

5/7/1959

Abandonment as public thoroughfares the following streets, roads & avenues – Horan Ave., Loveland Rd., Kijek Street and Weinant Road. (p. 2566-2572)

Res. No. 299

6/1/1959

Authorizing $5,399,162.65 bonds to finance capital projects in 1958-59 capital budget. (p. 2576, 2577, 2578)

Res. No. 300

6/1/1959

Urban Redevelopment Commission authorizing exchange and sale of land. (p. 2599)

Res. No. 301

7/6/1959

Regarding the death of Patrick J. Fortunato on 6/30/59 (p. 2601)

Res. No. 302

7/6/1959

Authorization to renew loan of $175,000 Urban Redevelopment Commission. (p. 2606)

Res. No. 303

7/6/1959

(a.   Concerning bringing Swampscott Road up to an acceptable condition. 2607, 2608)

Res. No. 304

7/6/1959

Request for reservation of capital grant funds, approving the undertaking of surveys and plans for an Urban Renewal Project and the filing of application for federal advance of funds. (p. 2617, 2618, 2619)

Res. No. 305

8/3/1959

Clarification of term of office of members of Urban Redevelopment Commission. (p.2625)

Res. No. 306

8/3/1959

Concerning acceptance of streets in Holbrook Estates (Apple Tree Drive, Boxwood Drive, Holbrook Drive and Pine Tree Drive) (p. 2631, 2632)

Res. No. 307

8/3/1959

Change of name of area known as “Black Swamp” to Sleepy Hollow Park. 

Res. No. 308

8/3/1959

Home Rule for District of Columbia

Res. No. 309

9/14/1959

Concerning bringing Three Lakes Drive, Bridle Path and Wood Ridge Dr. South up to proper condition for acceptance as City streets.

Res. No. 310

9/14/1959

State Aid Grant for Burdick Junior High School, Roxbury & Ryle Elementary Schools.

Res. No. 311

10/5/1959

Concerning Northwoods Road  -- public improvements under section 640 of the Charter and Ordinance # 79 supplemental.

Res. No. 312

11/9/1959

Concerning the removal of a privately owned bridge located on easterly end of Lenox Ave. over Noroton River.


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