Back in December of 2011 I had this Post which included Some Highlights from the Weeks City Council Packet:
Settlement with Kaz includes back fees ,
In City Council / VOTE
Authorizing the City Manager to _execute a Settlement Agreement by and between the City. L & J Property Management, LLC and Kazanjian Enterprises.
That the City Manager be and hereby is authorized to execute a Settlement Agreement between the City, L & J Property Management, LLC and Kazanjian Enterprise , Inc., relative to property located at 190 Middlesex Street, Chelmsford, MA for the purpose of providing sewer connection services to the property.
NOW THEREFORE, in consideration of Fifteen Thousand and No lOO ($15,000 .00) Dollars paid by L & J to the City. the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, and other mutual consideration by and between all parties to this Agreement, the City, L & J and Contractor agree as follows:
3. The City will recommend the approval of the out-of-town sewer connection to the City Council.
5. L & J will reimburse the City of Lowell Waste Water Department the sewer service charges for the property from the date water service commenced, June 8 2009, to the present date. Said sewer fees will be determined by the Lowell Waste Water Department and be based on water usage and sewer rates for commercial usage in Lowell.
7. L & J will agree to pay to the City of Lowell the standard sewer tie in fee for the property as determined by the City of Lowell Engineering Department.
8.The payment to the City of Lowell of $15,000.00, as stated above, shall be considered additional sewer tie in fee for the privilege of allowing L & J to tie their 190 Middlesex Street, Chelmsford property into the Lowell Waste Water System
There is nothing in this weeks public City Council Packet that mentions anything about the Bayliss settlement.
If all the information regarding former City Councilor Kazanjian settlement was made public, why isn’t the settlement with former Commissioner Bayliss?
The media knew about the request for his resignation before he did, why isn’t this settlement public?