City of Gardner, MA
Worcester County
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Table of Contents
[This chapter contains a comprehensive listing of General Laws accepted by the City as well as Special Acts which apply to the City.]
Chapter
Section
Description
Date Accepted
11
335
Term of office of Town Clerk, etc.
March 1902
19
37
Civil service as regards fire and police forces
March 1912
25
20, 21
Public bathhouses and government thereof
March 1916
27
64, 65, 66, 67, 68
Election and appointment of Selectmen
February 1892
27
65, 66, 67, 68
Same as above with regard to Assessors
February 1892
27
69, 70, 71, 72, 73
Election and appointment of Overseers of Poor
February 1892
28
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14
Parks and public playgrounds
July 1906
35
4
Empowering Fire Engineer to order buildings to be pulled down
March 1895
45
7, 8
Grading sidewalks and assessing abutters also obstructing walkways
March 1879
50
20, 21, 22, 23
Sidewalks, construction of and assessment for
March 1896
50
25
Appointment of sewer and sidewalks assessments
March 1890
51
All
Assessment for betterments in laying out streets, etc.
March 1884
101
1, 2, 3, 4, 5
Disposal of burnt or dangerous buildings
March 1895
104
1
Regulation of the inspection of buildings
March 1912
104
4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10
Inspection of building, restraint of illegal construction, etc. (amended by Chapter 221, Acts 1908)
March 1909
514
42
Eight-hour day for Town employees
March 2, 1914
591
22, 23, 24, 25, 26
Police Department
October 18, 1920
Chapter
Section
Description
Date Accepted
6A
6A
6A
159
159
159
166
166
166
18 1st. par.
18A-F
18A Note
19
19A
19A Note
14A
14A Note
15E
Enhanced 911
June 17, 1991
12
12
District Attorneys being members of the bar
November 7, 1922
31
47
Laborers, etc., designated as labor service placed under Civil Service Laws; see Ch. 31, Sec. 51
January 3, 1939
32
1 Note
3 Note
6 Note
7 Note
12 Note
14 Note
15 Note
22 Note
158B Note
Allows the pension of an Option C retiree to revert back to a full Option A benefit upon the death of their beneficiary
September 8, 1998
32
3 subd. 2 par. g gp. 4
4 subd. 1 par. h
3 Note
4 Note
Retirement—armed forces
November 4, 1996
32
9 subd. 2 par. D
Accidental death benefit surviving children
September 5, 2006
32
9 subd. 2 par. D cl. ii
Regional Retirement Board Advisory Council
September 5, 2006
32
10 subd. 2 par. A
10 Note
To approve the calculation of retirement allowance to include a pension equal to a sum of not less than 1/3 of average annual rate of regular compensation received during any period of 3 consecutive years of creditable service
December 7, 1998
32
20 subd. 6
Retirement Board pay
August 7, 1995
32
20A
Civil action against board members; expenses, damages; indemnification
March 3, 1997
32
21 subd. 3 par. F
22D subd. 1 1st par.
102 par. A
102 par. A-E
103
Relative to annual cost-of-living adjustment for retirees
January 5, 1999
32
22D
Retirement funding schedule; annual pension funding grants
May 1, 1989
32
25
An act making applicable increases in retirement allowances to those persons retired after January 1, 1946, with a minimum allowance
February 19, 1951
32
26-31H
Contributory retirement systems for cities
November 3, 1936
32
56-60
Retirement if incapacitated Spanish and World War veterans
July 29, 1937
32
52C
Increasing the retirement allowance of police and firemen who retired under Veterans Retirement Act
February 19, 1968
32
77A
Laborers retiring under Sec. 77, Right to elect option (Option B), to provide for widows
July 2, 1962
32
80
Relative to retirement allowances of firemen, as amended, with the exception that call firemen or substitute call firemen are specifically excluded from the acceptance of this section and may not be retired
October 5, 1938
32
81
Relative to retirement of firemen, as amended, with the exception that call firemen or substitute call firemen are specifically excluded from the acceptance of this section and may not be retired hereunder
October 5, 1938
32
81A
81B
Covering retirement for firemen
October 7, 1946
32
81B
Increasing the amount of noncontributory pension payable to certain firemen and policemen
February 19, 1968
32
83
Pensions of police in cities
November 2, 1925
32
83A
Covering retirement for policemen
October 7, 1946
32
85E
Increasing amount of noncontributory pension payable to certain firemen and policemen
February 19, 1968
32
85J
Pensions for police and firefighters or their widows (right to elect option)
June 15, 1959
32
89A
Increasing annuities to dependents of certain public employees killed or dying from injuries received or hazards undergone in the performance of duty
March 20, 1950
32
95A
Pensions for widows of noncontributory pensioners
July 2, 1962
32
102G
103H
Annual cost-of-living adjustment to noncontributory retirees
Jun. 7, 1999
32B
All
Contributory group general or blanket insurance for persons in the service of countries, cities, towns and districts and their dependents
October 6, 1958
32B
4, 9, 9F
Further regulating group life insurance
April 19, 1988
32B
8A
Dividends and refunds; deposit in employees' group insurance trust funds; administrative costs; effective date
February 20, 1979
32B
9A
To permit the City to pay 50% of the monthly health and life insurance premiums for those qualified persons who retired since 10-6-1958 and the provisions of Ch. 647, Acts of 1962, G.L., which would permit the City to pay 50% of monthly hospital and medical insurance premiums for those persons who retired prior to 10-6-1958
June 7, 1965
32B
9I
Employees on military leave of absence
December 18, 2001
32B
18
Medicare extension plans
February 6, 2006
32B
20
Other Post-Employment Benefits Liability Trust Fund
December 19, 2016
33
59
No loss of pay or vacations to certain state and municipal employees in militia, etc.
August 21, 1950
39
23D
Adjudication proceedings
March 3, 2008
40
6B
An act allowing cities to appropriate money for purchase of uniforms for members of their police and fire departments
November 15, 1943
40
6J
Purchase stormy weather work clothes, City employees
November 16, 1970
40
8A
An act authorizing cities and towns to establish commissions to promote business and industry and to appropriate money therefor
February 7, 1955
40
8B
Providing for the development of a Local Office of the Council of Aging
May 1, 1961
40
8C
Providing for the establishment of a Conservation Commission of the City of Gardner
November 6, 1967
40
8D
Establishment of an Historical Commission
February 19, 1974
40
8H, 8I
Cities and towns establishing an Energy Resources Commission
November 17, 1980
40
15C
Designating "Old Eaton Street" as a scenic road
June 17, 1991
40
22F
Setting of fees and charges by licensing authorities
February 2, 2009
40
32A
Publications of City ordinances
August 1, 2005
40
39K
Water Enterprise Fund
July 1, 1991
40
39K
Sewer Enterprise Fund
July 1, 1991
40
42A-F
Collection of water rates (water lines)
July 5, 1927
40
42A-F
Relative to liens for water rates and charges
January 21, 1963
40
42G
Distribution of water; payment of costs for special assessments
December 19, 1988
40
57
Collection of overdue monies due to the City of Gardner
February 22, 1994
40
57
Local licenses and permits denial, etc., for failure to pay municipal taxes
February 22, 1994
40B
All
Montachusett Regional Planning District: Pursuant to provisions of Chapter 40B of G.L., and by vote of the City Council, the City of Gardner shall be a member of Montachusett Regional Planning District
December 19, 1966
40D
23A
All
11, 13
Authorizing Mayor to create an Industrial Development Financing Authority
June 17, 1968
40D
23A
All
11, 13
Establishing an Industrial Development Financing Authority
August 5, 1968
41
19F
Clerk of the City Council: additional compensation
September 21, 2009
41
25A
Authorizing Assessors to appoint and remove assistants
March 12, 1921
41
41B
Payment of employees by direct bank credits
September 15, 1997
41
45
Watkins Scholarship Trust, the income of which is to be used as a scholarship fund to assist girls graduating from Gardner High School in furthering their education
February 7, 1967
41
69B
Water Commissioners' powers and duties
September 7, 1999
41
81A-Y
Municipal planning
September 15, 1952
41
91
Appointment of Constables
March 19, 1923
February 4, 1924
January 12, 1931
41
103
Purchasing department in cities
November 2, 1965
41
108L
Police Career Incentive Pay Program
February 17, 2004
41
111B
Providing sick leave for foreman, laborer, workmen, or mechanic regularly employed by the City; not more than 15 days in any year; may be accumulated for 60 days use in subsequent years
October 17, 1949
43D
All
Expedited local permitting
October 15, 2007
44
8A
Question of approving or disapproving orders authorizing the issue of bonds, notes or certificates of indebtedness for certain purposes
November 4, 1941
44
16A
Use of Mayor's facsimile on certain bonds
August 12, 1974
44
31
Expenditures in excess of appropriations — major disaster
December 15, 2008
44
31D
Relative to snow and ice removal
March 15, 1993
January 16, 1996
February 18, 1997
February 22, 2000
March 6, 2000
February 5, 2001
March 19, 2007
April 17, 2007
January 22, 2008
February 19, 2008
April 7, 2008
February 2, 2009
March 16, 2009
February 1, 2010
April 4, 2011
February 18, 2014
44
44
Advances of pay for regular vacation
August 5, 1957
44
53 1/2
Animal shelter donations
November 21, 2000
44
53E
Agencies, boards, etc.; annual operating costs; offset by estimated receipts of user fees
June 30, 1982
44
53 1/2
Gardner Municipal Golf Course Enterprise Fund
March 15, 1993
44
53F 1/2
Sewer Enterprise Fund
September 7, 1993
44
53F 1/2
Solid Waste Enterprise Fund
June 25, 2007
44
53F 1/2
Water Enterprise Fund
September 7, 1993
44
64
To allow payment of bills incurred in excess or appropriations
February 1, 1993
48
42-44
Fire Department
March 12, 1921
48
58A
Forty-eight-hour work week, Ord. No. 453, Establishing hours of duty of permanent firemen
April 21, 1970
48
58A
An act further regulating the hours of duty of permanent members of fire departments in certain cities and towns. (seventy-hour week) (not approved by the Mayor)
October 5, 1942
48
58A
Regulating the hours of duty of permanent members of the Fire Department, relating to seventy-hour work week of permanent firemen
July 2, 1945
48
59
Day and night forces - fire vacations and police officers
March 16, 1925
54
16A
Absent election officer appointments
September 6, 2016
54
103A
Absentee balloting at City elections
December 6, 1937
58
1 Note
Relative to qualification of certain Assessors
September 4, 1984
58
7A
To petition State Tax Commission for installation of the State Assessment System in the City of Gardner
March 17, 1969
59
5
Further regulating real estate tax exemptions (amends Sec. 5 of Ch. 59, clause 17C)
August 2, 1982
59
5 cl. 17D
Real estate tax exemptions
January 20, 1987
59
5 cl. 41B
Relative to real estate tax exemptions
October 17, 1983
59
5 cl. 41C
Real estate tax exemptions
January 20, 1987
59
59A
Abatements for environmental cleanup
February 5, 2001
59
5K
Property tax liability reduced for volunteer work
June 21, 2010
60A
1-5 par. 1
Issuance without payment of a fee of distinctive license plates to former prisoners of war
July 5, 1983
64G
3A
Local room occupancy excise at rate of 2%, effective 1-1-1992, and 4%, effective 1-1-1993
March 18, 1991
64N
3
Implementing a 3% tax upon the sale or transfer of marijuana or marijuana products by a marijuana retailer operating within the City
September 18. 2017
71
40
Equal pay for men and women teachers
November 4, 1947
71
71E
Relative to appropriations for and expenditure of receipts for adult education and continuing education programs
September 15, 1980
71
71F
Nonresident or foster care students; deposit of tuition payments and state reimbursements; expenditures and appropriations
December 4, 1989
80
All
Betterments
November 13, 1923
83
16A-F
Making certain unpaid annual sewer charges a tax lien
April 3, 1978
83
34
Planting of trees
August 4, 1922
85
11A
An act relative to the registration and operation of certain bicycles
April 6, 1942
90
18A
Pedestrian control law
May 7, 1973
90
20A 1/2
Determining own system of collection of traffic fines
December 21, 1981
90
20C
Parking violations, tags, fines, Ord. No. 442, Establishing schedule of fines
December 1, 1969
90
22B
Authorizing cities and towns to penalize those who abandon motor vehicles (Sec. 22B, Subsections B-K, Ch. 90)
October 16, 1989
93
74
Authorizing Mimi A. Canu to waive salary as City Councilor
June 22, 1989
101
5
Transient vendor's fee established at $50
September 2, 1924
121C
All
Economic Development Industrial Corporation
June 18, 1973
136
2
21-25
Temp
An act to permit Sunday sports on the Lord's Day
April 5, 1929
136
40
Bowling on Sunday
November 15, 1948
138
33B
140
32G
Relative to mobile home park licenses, etc.
March 4, 1985
140
147A
Assuming responsibility and liability for dog licenses, etc.
February 3, 1986
147
10F
Parking control officers
March 3, 1975
147
11, 12, 13
Reserve police force in cities
February 19, 1923
147
16A
Providing that members of the Police Department shall be excused from duty 1 day out of every 7 without loss of pay
March 4, 1940
147
16B
Granting members of the Police Department 1 day off in 6 instead of the present 1 day off in 7
April 15, 1946
147
16C
Five-day week for police
July 21, 1952
148
26C
Certain public accommodations; automatic smoke or heat detectors
April 5, 1982
148
26E
Residential buildings or structures; time for and manner of installation of smoke detectors
April 5, 1982
148
26G
Nonresidential buildings or additions; automatic suppressant or sprinkler systems
July, 2, 1990
148
26H
Lodging or boarding houses; automatic sprinkler system
July 2, 1990
148
26I
Sprinkler system
May 19, 2008
149
33A
An act authorizing a forty-hour work week for employees of certain cities and towns
December 1, 1947
157
1, 2
Disability retirement
January 17, 2006
164
134
Authorizing City to become aggregator of electric power
May 16, 2016
180
17B
United Way payroll deduction
September 5, 1995
182
1
12
40
40A
Voluntary associations
November 7, 1922
188
12, 13
Equal opportunity grants for Mon. Reg. Voc. Tech.
December 2, 1985
258
13
Indemnity of municipal officials
February 18, 1986
271
271
147
6B
22B
52
Permitting Beano within the City
November 2, 1971
780 CMR
Appendix 120.AA
Massachusetts State Stretch Energy Code
October 4, 2010
Acts of
Chapter
Description
Date Accepted
1878
255
Election of Selectmen and Assessors
March 1882
1886
264
To provide precinct voting in towns
June 1889
1890
264
Public cemeteries and election of commissioner therefor
December 1895
1890
386
Printing and distribution of ballots, etc.
March 1891
1894
132
Precinct voting in towns at annual elections
January 1895
1894
455
Licensing of plumbers; supervision of their work
July 1898
1894
481
Regulations and inspections of buildings
March 1895
1895
186
Watering of streets
July 1896
1904
327
Pensioning - permanent members of Police and Fire Departments
March 13, 1920
1907
191
Establishment of Board of Survey
March 1911
1909
423
Selling ice cream, candy, soda and fruit on the Lord's Day
March 1911
1911
210 and amendments
Vacations for members of police force (adopted by Selectmen at special meeting)
February 6, 1917
1911
468
Civil service as regards Chief of Police
March 1912
1911
471
Town to authorize the School Committee to establish and maintain state-aided vocational education in accordance with provisions and acts in amendment thereof and in addition thereto
March 13, 1920
1912
503
Pensioning laborers in the employ of cities and towns
November 5, 1912
1913
487
Promotion of call men in Fire Department
March 2, 1914
1913
494
Voted that the Town create a Planning Board in conformity with requirements of Ch. 494, Acts of 1913, that the Board so created consist of 3 members to be selected by acclamation in the year 1914 and thereafter by ballot, 1 to hold office for 3 years, 1 for 2 years, and another for a year
March 7, 1914
1913
807
Compensation for workmen for injuries
March 2, 1914
1914
217
Vacations of laborers
November 3, 1914
1914
688
Saturday: half holiday
November 3, 1914
1914
790
Abolishment of enrollment of political parties
November 3, 1914
1911
634
Retirement: county officials
November 7, 1914
1916
98
Constitutional convention
November 7, 1916
1916
104
New Year's Day: legal holiday
November 7, 1916
1916
197
Primaries
November 7, 1916
1916
293
Licensing of motor vehicles carrying passengers for hire
March 4, 1918
1919
311
Continuation schools
November 4, 1919
1919
116
Savings banks
November 4, 1919
1920
166
1 day off in every 8 for certain police officers
November 2, 1920
1920
240
Sunday sports
May 12. 1920
1920
591, § 27
Fire Department
October 18, 1920
1920
619
State Boxing Commission
October 18, 1920
Acts of
Chapter
Description
Date Accepted
1921
119
Incorporate the City of Gardner
March 6, 1922
1921
119, § 34
Amending Section 34 of City of Gardner Charter by striking out the word "two" in line 3 and inserting "five"
November 6, 1933
1928
258, §§ 1 and 2
Subject Chief of Fire Department to civil service
December 4, 1928
1932
111
An act authorizing the County of Worcester to borrow money for the purpose of funding temporary loans issued for construction of Worcester County Tuberculosis Hospital
March 6, 1933
1934
16
Awarding of certain contracts by the City of Gardner, Charter amendment
February 13, 1934
1935
65
An act excluding loan orders from certain provisions of its Charter relating to publications
April 1, 1935
1936
379
An act providing for retirement of call firemen
July 6, 1936
1939
12
An act establishing Lake Wampanoag as a certain body of water in the City of Gardner and the Town of Ashburnham
February 13, 1939
1939
118
An act authorizing the City of Gardner to lease certain portions of Dunn Park and Wildwood Cemetery for log storage purposes
April 10, 1939
1939
184
An act to establish the salaries of Mayor and City Council ($2,500 and $300)
November 7, 1939
1945
166
An act to facilitate voting by absent voters, members of the armed forces
June 4, 1945
1945
326
Division of Wards 4 and 5 into precincts
June 4, 1945
1946
559
An act authorizing increases to the amounts of pensions payable to certain former public employees who have been retired
December 1, 1947
1948
352
Filed for future references
June 21, 1948
1948
588
An act authorizing increase of the amounts of pension payable to certain public employees who have been retired and beneficiaries of certain retired employees
February 21, 1949
1950
561
An act authorizing the City of Gardner to incur indebtedness for school purposes ($1,200,000)
May 15, 1950
1950
639
To provide for the safety of the commonwealth during the existence of an emergency resulting from disaster or from hostile action (acceptance not required by the City; vote was not signed by the Mayor)
February 2, 1960
1950
820
Providing for increase in the annual amounts of certain pensions, retirement allowances, annuities and other benefits payable by the commonwealth and its political subdivisions to certain former employees and persons claiming under them
February 19, 1951
1951
549
An act authorizing the City of Gardner to borrow money ($218,000) for school purposes (School Street School addition and high school alteration)
August 13, 1951
1952
624
An act relative to increasing the amounts of pensions, retirement allowances and annuities payable to certain former public employees
December 15, 1952
1953
434
An act relative to rent control terminates June 30, 1954; vote to continue rent control after June 30, 1954, must be taken before that date, to cover a period not exceeding 9 months (temporary)
July 20, 1953
1955
53
An act authorizing the City of Gardner borrow money for the purpose of remodeling and making extraordinary repairs to the Connors Street Building
February 21, 1955
1960
191
Relative to awarding of certain contracts by the City of Gardner ($1,000)
August 5, 1963
1960
206
Authorizing the City to pay certain retired public employees for services rendered as Election Officials of said City (Election Officials over 70 years of age)
March 21, 1960
1964
568
Vocational Regional School District, Ord. No. 305. Members appointed: 10-9-1964, Clarence Quimby, Edward W. Tamulen, and Alphonse Bettez
October 5, 1964
1965
543
Providing for establishment of Regional School District by Cities of Fitchburg and Gardner, and Towns of Ashburnham, Ashby, Barre, Harvard, Hubbardston, Lunenburg, Phillpston, Royalston, Sterling, Templeton, Townsend, Westminster, and Winchendon for construction, maintenance and operation of a regional vocational school by said district
November 2, 1965
1966
680
Authorizing the Gardner Firefighters Relief Association to pay certain sums of money to members upon their retirement
September 5, 1966
1969
474
Authorizing Ashburnham-Westminster School to acquire and hold land for school purposes located within the City of Gardner
April 7, 1969
1971
318
Granting annuity to Helmi M. Nadeau, widow of Police Sergeant Raymond L. Nadeau
August 30, 1971
1971
613
Directing transfer of certain lands of the commonwealth to control the Department of Public Works for highway purposes, and acquire certain public lands in the City of Gardner for highway purposes: Route 140 Green Street
August 5, 1971
1972
444
Designating bridge over state highway Route 2 and over Highway 68 as the Gardner Post No. 129 American Legion Bridge
July 3, 1972
1972
494
Designating bridge in City of Gardner as Ovila Case Post 905, V.F.W. Bridge
July 3, 1972
1972
671
Authorizing the City to pay certain employees of the Fire Department certain sums of money ($53, 633.68) pursuant to ruling of Labor Relations Commission
Enacted By Gen. Court
1973
220
Validating action of the City in granting certain employees of said City salary increases for the years 1971 and 1970
April 17, 1973
1973
681
Authorizing County Commissioners to borrow money to construct and equip a courthouse in the City of Gardner for the First District Court of Northern Worcester
August 23, 1973
1973
1020
Validating action of the City of Gardner in granting certain employees of the Police Department
February 19, 1974
1974
607
Directing Department of Mental Health to permit the City of Gardner to connect its water main to the water main of the Gardner State Hospital
July 18, 1974
1975
34
Providing for election of School Committee members, 1 from each ward and 1 member at large for terms of 2 years
November 4, 1975
1975
206
Changing method of filling vacancies in the office of Mayor, Councilor at Large, and Ward Councilors
November 4, 1975
1975
247
Allowing certain creditable service for certain members of the retirement system
May 8, 1975
1977
562
Town of Templeton to construct and maintain sewerage lines in the City of Gardner
September 29, 1977
1977
662
Directing Massachusetts Board of Regional Community Colleges to transfer certain land to the Department of Public Works for highway purposes (Route 140 relocation)
October 21, 1977
1977
663
Authorizing Town of Templeton to acquire certain lands and rights-of-ways or easements on certain lands in the City of Gardner
October 21, 1977
1978
477
Authorizing City of Gardner to grant 1 additional license for the sale of alcoholic beverages to be drunk on the licensed premises
July 17, 1978
1979
226
Authorizing City of Gardner to pay and appropriate a sum of money ($5,609.03) to Magnus A. Carlberg Insurance Agency
June 1, 1979
1980
420
Directing Department of Public Works to acquire for highway purposes certain land in the City of Gardner: Paul and Katherine Tarmasewicz, Chapel Street
July 8, 1980
1981
799
Land from Board of Regional Community Colleges
January 13, 1982
1983
488
Exempting the position of Director of Municipal Grounds from the provisions of Civil Service Law and Rules
November 11, 1983
1983
549
Authorizing the City to Grant an annuity to Sophie E. LeBlanc
December 10, 1983
1983
666
Authorizing City to convey Dunn Park to the commonwealth
December 20, 1983
1984
491
Additional liquor license: Heritage
September 4, 1984
1985
473
Borrowing for wastewater treatment plant
November 12, 1985
1989
110
Authorizing certain terms for borrowing by the City of Gardner
May 25, 1989
1989
206
Authorizing the City to issue additional licenses for sale all alcoholic beverages to be drunk on the premises
June 22, 1989
1989
290
An act providing for the election of School Committee members at large for 4-year terms in the City of Gardner
July 18, 1989
1991
416
Exempting Chief of Police from civil service
December 27, 1991
1991
511
Act relative to the terms of License Commissioners
January 6, 1992
2015
155
Establishing the Williams-Rockwell Educational Gift Fund in the City
December 23, 2015
2016
382
Appointment of Assistant City Clerks
January 11, 2017
Acts of
Chapter
Description
Date Accepted
1945
447
An act relative to granting vacations to employees who return to the service of certain counties, cities or towns after serving in the Armed Forces of the U.S.
October 21, 1946
1945
723
An act authorizing the establishment and maintenance of municipal departments and districts for furnishing information, advice and assistance to veterans of World War II and other veterans
November 19, 1945
Chapter
Sec.
Description
Date Accepted
121
26M
Certification of Org. of Gardner H. Auth.
May 14, 1946
121
26
Authorizing the redevelopment authority
October 4, 1965
Order
Description
Date Accepted
54
Voted that the Betterment Act be assessed at not less than 50% nor more than 60% of the cost of the street
December 17, 1923
55
Relative to operation of motor vehicles — Gardner hockey badge at $1.50
January 21, 1924
64
Appointment of Deputy Collector
March 3, 1924
100
Suspending operation of Sections 55, 56 and 57 of Chapter 54, G.L.
October 27, 1924
387
Suspending operation of Sections 55, 56 and 57 of Chapter 54, G.L. (inapplicable to referendum in acceptance of an act subjecting Chief of the Fire Department to Civil Service Laws)
November 15, 1928
?
Establishing fees for motor vehicles licensed as common carriers of passengers
April 5, 1929
Description
Date Accepted
Council vote
Additional 4 days vacation to firefighters
December 15, 1952