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BOARD OF SELECTMEN
April 10, 1996
Board met in Regular Session 7:30 p.m. in their Meeting Room in Abbot Hall
Present (constituting a quorum):
Thomas A. McNulty, Chairman
William E. Conly
Robert F. Peck, Jr.
William M. Purdin
Anthony M. Sasso, Town Adminstrator
Samantha Finigan and Principal
SCHOOL DEPARTMENT. Marblehead Middle School. Dan Schauben-Fuerst, Principal
of the Marblehead Middle School, and Samantha Finigan, a sixth-grade student,
appeared before the Board to invite them to the offlcial recognition ofthe
Blue Ribbon Award to the Marblehead Middle School on May 29-30, 1996 at
a ceremony in Washington, D. C. The Board was also invited to attend a local
recognition ceremony on Monday, June 3, at 8 p.m. in the Performing Arts
Center with both federal and state dignitaries, as well as to join Commissioner
of Education Antonucci and a representative from U. S. Secretary of Education
Richard W. Riley's office to a program on the front lawn of the Middle School
to be followed by a Blue Ribbon Walk for Excellence on Tuesday, June 4 at
7:45 a.m. Motion made and seconded to designate the week of May 29, 1996
- June 5, 1996 as Marblehead Middle School Blue Ribbon Week. All in favor.
LICENSE. Wine and Malt. Hawkes Street Cafe. Motion made and seconded to
continue the cancellation hearing ofthis license from March 13, 1996. All
in favor. Motion made and seconded to table this hearing. All in favor.
Common Victualler. Osteria Di Bacco. Maria T. Izzo, President, Treasurer
and Manager, and Antonio Veneziano, Clerk of Ital Mas Food Corporation d/b/a
Osteria Di Bacco, appeared before the Board to request this Common Victualler
License. Attorney Fred Armstrong was also present. The hours of operation
will be 4:30 p.~ to 11:30 p.m. There was no opposition. Motion made and
seconded to grant approval of this request. On a polled vote, the Board
voted as follows: Mr. Purdin, in favor; lVIr. Conly, in favor; Mr. Peck
in favor, and Mr. McNulty, in favor.
Transfer of Wine and Malt License. Hawkes Street Cafe to Osteria Di Bacco.
Maria T. Izzo, President, Treasurer and Manager, and Antonio Veneziano,
Clerk of Ital Mas Food Corporation d/b/a Osteria Di Bacco appeared before
the Board requesting a transfer of the Wine and Malt Beverages as a Common
Victualler License from Peter W. Capalbo dlb/a Hawkes Street Cafe to Ital
Mas Food Corporation dlb/a Osteria Di Bacco. Attorney Fred Armstrong was
also present and stated there are no pledges for this license. There was
no opposition. On a polled vote, the Board voted as follows: Mr. Purdin,
in favor; Mr. Conly, in favor; Mr. Peck, in favor; and Mr. McNulty in favor.
Mr. Conly stated clearly that the license holder must notify the Selectmen
when this restaurant closes and return the license to the Board of Selectmen
at that time.
Wine and Malt License. Eawkes St. Cafe. Motion made and seconded to remove
from the table the cancellation hearing of Hawkes Street Cafe. All in favor.
Motion made and seconded to take no action. AM in favor.
MINUTES. Motion made and seconded to approve the minutes of April 3,
1996. All in
SELECTMEN'S DEPARTMENT. Motion made and seconded to approve the request
of the Selectmen's Department to appear before the Finance Committee to
request a transfer in the amount of $5,806.29 to be used for Labor Attorney
services. All in favor.
INVESTMENT ADVISORY BOARD. Motion made and seconded to appoint Randolph
Goodwin and Nils Peterson to the Investment Advisory Board. All in favor.
Bessom Street adjacent
to Village Plaza II
TRAFFIC AND SAFETY. Sherman Eidelman, James Shay and Paul Beloff; members
of the Traffic and Safety Advisory Committee appeared before the Board relative
to parking on Bessom Street. Andy Mendell of Marblehead Munchies spoke in
favor of li~ing the two-hour parking ban on Bessom Street from Cafe Vesuvius
to Pleasant Street. Fred Carone and Betsy Stead spoke in opposition. Members
of the Traffic and Safety Advisory Committee recommended leaving the parking
as it is; i.e. parking for two hours only on the full length of Bessom Street.
Motion made and seconded to take no action. All in favor. A lengthy discussion
was held concerning Round House Road. Comments were made about cleaning
up the area in order to make parking more accessible for those merchants
whose businesses are located on Bessom Street. Motion made and seconded
to ask Police Chief Palmer to investigate this possibility and report back
to the Board next week. All in favor.
LICENSE. Flammable Liquid Storage. Bruce Woodfin appeared before the
Board requesting the transfer of a Flarnmable Liquid Storage License from
Northern Ocean Marine to Marblehead Trading Company, 83 Front Street, to
store 4,000 gallons of gasoline and 4,000 gallons of diesel fuel in underground
tanks. There was no opposition. Motion made and seconded for approval. All
BOARD OF SURVEY. West Ledge. Attorney Paul Lynch, representing CEA Group,
Inc. appeared before the Board seeking approval ofthe amendment to the plan
and profile for West Ledge from Station 00 to Station 4.0, located offPequot
Road as submitted to the Board of Selectmen. Doug Saal, Town Engineer, Mary
Ellen Walsh-Rogalski, Assistant Town Counsel had no opposition. Deborah
Stephenson Wysor of 12 Pequot Road also had no opposition. Motion made and
seconded to approve the amendment as presented. All in favor.
LICENSE. All Alcoholic Beverage. Rinaldo's. Attorney Susan Byrd representing
Glen Doty, the current owner of Rinaldo's, appeared along with Glen Doty.
Rinaldo's has filed for Chapter 11. Miroslaw Kantorosinski President and
Clerk and James Lamont, Treasurer, have applied for a transfer ofthe Annual
All Alcoholic Beverage License as a Common Victualler from Glen Doty d/bla
Rinaldo's Restaurant. Motion made and seconded to continue this hearing
to April 24, 1996 at 7:45 p.m. All in favor.
Common Victualler. James Lamont, Treasurer and Manager, dlb/a Rinaldo's,
Inc. Motion made and seconded to continue this hearing to April 24, 1996
at 7:45 p.m. All in favor.
Spirit of '76. Motion made and seconded to dec]ine the request of John J.
WiUis, Attorney for Specialty Book Marketing, Inc. to use the Spirit of'76
in a book The American Book of Days.
Motion made and seconded to approve the request of Scott Foresman to use
The Spirit of'76 in a book tentatively entitled En~lish as a Second Language
Grade 5 subject to the usual requirements. AU in favor.
TRAFFIC AND SAFETY. Motion made and seconded to refer a citizen's letter
requesting a stop sign at Cherry and Cedar Streets to the Traffice and Safety
Advisory Committee. All in favor.
PERMISSION. Parade. Motion made and seconded to grant approval of the
request of Vance F. Likins, President of Marblehead Youth Baseball, to hold
their annual opening day parade on Sunday, April 21, 1996 at 12:30 p.m.
All in favor.
Motion made and seconded to adjourn at 9:12 p.m. All in favor.
Patricia D. Charbonnier
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