Council Roundup

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The Council Roundup is a digest of licenses, ordinances and other matters from the Sept. 14 Johnston Town Council meeting.

LICENSES

The Town Council unanimously approved a business operating license, phone calls only, for Advanced Welding Services, located at 15 Industrial Lane.

The Town Council approved a business operating license, phone calls only, for Domenech Home Improvement, located at 13 Pezzullo St.

The Town Council approved a business operating license for Matthew 1128 Sports Recovery and Massage, located at 1200 Hartford Ave., Suite 4A.

The Town Council approved a business operating license, phone calls only, for Fireside Farm, located at 181 Winsor Ave.

The Town Council approved a business operating license change of location for Crystalash, located at 1200 Hartford Ave.

The Town Council approved a business operating license for seasonal/temporary sales of Halloween merchandise for Spirit Halloween, located at 1459 Atwood Ave.

The Town Council approved a restaurant license transfer of ownership for two separate Burger King restaurants, located at 9 Putnam Pike and 1375 Hartford Ave., respectively.

The Town Council approved an auto body license for Anthony’s Auto Body, located at 119 Greenville Ave.

The Town Council approved a business operating license for Dollar Plus Store, located at 269 Greenville Ave.

The Town Council approved a flea market license, seasonal for April through October and Sundays only, for Plainfield Pike Flea Market, located at 2111 Plainfield Pike.

The Town Council approved a business operating license, phone calls only, for Vivi Vivi Vivi, located at 69 Angelico St.

The Town Council approved a business operating license for Self Serenity Wellness Spa, located at 118 Bishop Hill Road.

The Town Council approved a business operating license for The Slay House, located at 1223 Plainfield St.

The Town Council approved a business operating license for Mavis Discount Tire, located at 1500 Hartford Ave.

The Town Council approved a business operating license transfer for Hair-2-E-Tanity, located at 1395 Hartford Ave.

The Town Council approved a business operating license, phone calls only, for Creative Stylez, located at 10 Lindberg Ave.

The Town Council approved a business operating license for a second location of Rondeau’s Kickboxing, located at 1408 Atwood Ave. NEW BUSINESS

The Town Council referred a petition submitted by Stephanie Garreau for the installation of a speed hump on Pine Hill Avenue to the Police, Fire and Public Works departments for a traffic study.

The Town Council approved the reappointment of Martha Church to the Johnston Housing Authority.

The Town Council approved resolutions ratifying contracts with new Police Chief Joseph Razza and Deputy Chief Mark Vieira. “He’s been great as far as our EMA director, which he is going to pass on to the new deputy chief [Vieira],” Mayor Joseph Polisena said of Razza. “I passionately support his employment contract and we’re very lucky to have Joe.” Razza said he is “all in 110 percent, you can call me day or night and I’ll be there.” Polisena said of Vieira, “He’s been fantastic as a captain, always there for residents.”

The Town Council approved a resolution releasing a performance bond for the Fairfield Estates development and accepting Fairfield Court as a road to be maintained by the town.

The Town Council approved a resolution releasing a performance bond for the Winsor Woods II development and accepting Bridle Way and Carriage Way as roads to be maintained by the town.

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