City Council committees

DATE 10/24/2022
TIME 6:00 pm
LOCATION Council Chamber, Woburn City Hall, Common Street, Woburn, MA, United States

Meeting Agenda

October 20, 2022

 

Woburn City Council

Dear President Concannon and Members:

 

The following City Council Committees will meet on Monday, October 24, 2022, beginning at 6 p.m., in City Council Chambers, Woburn City Hall, 10 Common Street, Woburn, MA. The following is a list of topics that, at the time of posting, the Committee Chairs reasonably anticipate will be discussed at the meeting. The order of the matters may be amended at the meeting.

 

 Agenda

 

Infrastructure & Public Lands, at 6 p.m.

  1. Reading of meeting minutes of May 23, 2022 and June 27, 2022
  2. Order to authorize veterans memorial square for Corporal Charles J. Robertson

 

Ordinances, Charter & Rules, following Infrastructure & Public Lands

  1. Reading of meeting minutes of September 12, 2022
  2. Order to amend Woburn Municipal Code Sections 2-160 through 2-162A regarding the Council on Aging
  3. TDC Development Group, LLC to amend the 1985 City of Woburn Zoning Ordinance, as amended, to add new Section 32 Life Sciences and Business Overlay District (LBOD) located at Woburn Assessors’ Map 29, Block 01, Lot 2; Map 29, Block 01, Lot 3; Map 29, Block 01, Lot 4; and Map 29, Block 01, Lot 5; and to amend the zoning map for the four parcels of land known as Middlesex Canal Park (29-01-02), Middlesex Canal Park (29-01-03), 25 Middlesex Canal Park (29-01-04), 15 Middlesex Canal Park (29-01-05), together containing approximately 32.96 acres of land as shown on a plan entitled “Zoning Amendment Plan” dated July 6, 2022 from the B-I zoning district to Life Sciences and Business Overlay District (LBOD) proposed zoning district

 

Special Permits, following Ordinances, Charter & Rules

  1. Reading of meeting minutes of September 26, 2022
  2. CCF New Boston Property Company LLC for Special Permits pursuant to Section 5.1(30b); Section 5.1(41a); Section 5.1(53), Section 8.3.1, and Site Plan Review pursuant to Section 12.2.4 to allow for a two (2) story building containing approximately 133,738 sf of net floor area with the following uses:  Office (approximately 39,229 sf); Manufacturing (approximately 33,514 sf); and Lab Use (approximately 58,845 sf) with accessory high hazard use and the parking of ninety-two (92) vehicles on an adjacent lot located at 225 Merrimac Street, at 216 New Boston Street.
  3. CCF New Boston Property Company LLC for Special Permits pursuant to Section 5.1(30b); Section 5.1(41a), and Site Plan Review pursuant to Section 12.2.4 to allow for a four (4) story building containing approximately 174,812 sf of net floor area with the following uses:  office (approximately 67,056 sf) and Lab Use (approximately 100,584 sf), as well as the Petitioner is proposing to construct a parking garage to accommodate approximately 451 parking spaces, at 225 Merrimac Street
  4. Trio Community Meals LLC for a special permit pursuant to Section 5.1(57b), Section 7.3 and Section 9 of the WZO, to allow for a modification to the Landowner’s Decision and Notice of Special Permit dated May 19, 2020, to allow for an increase in the overnight parking of commercial vehicles from twenty (20) to twenty-eight (28), at 39 Olympia Avenue.
  5. Corporate Chefs LLC for a special permit pursuant to Section 5.1(42), Section 5.1(57b), Section 7.3 and Section 9 of the WZO, to allow for: (1) a wholesale establishment, warehouse and distribution center; (2) overnight parking of seven (7) commercial motor vehicles (vans); and (3) for the continued use of the nonconforming parking and loading docks, at 39 Olympia Avenue
  6. Atlantic Power Cleaning Corp. for a special permit to modify the Landowner’s Decision and Notice of Special Permit dated May 29, 1997 and Section 5.1(57b) of the WZO, to allow for an increase in the indoor accessory storage of commercial vehicles from eight (8) to twelve (12), with all of said commercial vehicles being stored overnight inside an approximately 4,022 square foot addition to the existing building(s) on the Property, at 92 Merrimac Street

 

Public Safety & Licenses, following Special Permits

  1. Reading of meeting minutes of October 11, 2022
  2. Petitions for renewal of First Class Motor Vehicles Sales Licenses by the following:  M&L Transit Systems, Inc., 60 Olympia Avenue; and Northeast Tree, Inc., 62 Holton Street.
  3. Petitions for renewal of Second Class Motor Vehicles Sales Licenses by the following:  Kenneth L. O’Connor dba City Line Motors, 30 Rear Torrice Drive; and Cargotiators LLC d/b/a Cargotiator Auto Sales, 104 Winn Street

 

 

Any other matter that may be legally before the Committees

 

Gordon Vincent

Clerk of Committees

 

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