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SENATE

CALENDAR FOR THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 2019

[The Senate will meet at eleven o'clock A.M.]

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[Joint Session will be held on
Wednesday, November 13, 2019, at one o'clock P.M.]

ORDERS OF THE DAY

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SECOND READING MATTERS.

            19. [S. 1179] Bill authorizing the town of Salisbury to assume control of the Ring's Island Water District (Senate, No. 1179). 2d. [Rausch.]
            [Local approval received.]
            [From the committee on Municipalities and Regional Government.]

            20. [S. 1192] Bill relative to the town charter of Groton (Senate, No. 1192). 2d. [Rausch.]
            [Local approval received.]
            [From the committee on Municipalities and Regional Government.]

            21. [S. 1193] Bill relative to the Board of Park Commissioners of the town of Dunstable (Senate, No. 1193). 2d. [Rausch.]
            [Local approval received.]
            [From the committee on Municipalities and Regional Government.]

            22. [S. 1196] Bill relative to marijuana-related revenue in the town of Millbury (Senate, No. 1196). 2d. [Rausch.]
            [Local approval received.]
            [From the committee on Municipalities and Regional Government.]

            24. [S. 1483] Bill concerning health insurance benefits for surviving spouses of firefighters in the city of Boston (Senate, No. 1483). 2d. [Brady.]
            [Local approval received.]
            [From the committee on Public Service.]

            25. [S. 1508] Bill to provide certain retirement benefits and medical benefits to the widow and children of Everett Firefighter Thaddeus M Baxter, Jr. (Senate, No. 1508). 2d. [Brady.]
            [Local approval received.]
            [From the committee on Public Service.]

            29. [H. 3643] Bill (H.) authorizing the town of Medfield to enter into a long-term lease for an arts and cultural center (House, No. 3643). 2d.
            [Local approval received.]
            [From the committee on Municipalities and Regional Government.]

            36. [H. 3854] Bill (H.) relative to collective bargaining dues (House, No. 3854). 2d.
            [On Senate, No. 1043 and House, Nos. 1596, 2363 and 2385.]
            [From the committee on Labor and Workforce Development.]
            [The committee on Ways and Means (Rodrigues) recommends that the bill be amended by striking out all after the enacting clause and inserting in place thereof the text of Senate document numbered 2273.]
            [Order relative to subject matter adopted.]

NOTICE SECTION.
 
SECOND READING MATTERS.
 

            37. [S. 2240] Bill authorizing the appointment of retired police officers as special police officers in the town of Milton (Senate, No. 2240). 2d. [Brady.]
            [On Senate, No. 2200.]
            [Local approval received on Senate, No. 2200.]
            [From the committee on Public Service.]

            38. [H. 1795] Bill (H.) authorizing the city of Leominster to pay a certain unpaid bill (House, No. 1795). 2d.
            [Local approval received.]
            [From the committee on Municipalities and Regional Government.]

            39. [H. 1818] Bill (H.) relative to the charter of the town of Provincetown (House, No. 1818, amended). 2d.
            [Local approval received.]
            [From the committee on Municipalities and Regional Government.]  
            [Amended by the House by striking out sections 92 and 93 and inserting in place thereof the following section:-
            "SECTION 92. This act shall take effect upon its passage.".]

            40. [H. 3644] Bill (H.) authorizing the town of Bedford to release a portion of a certain conservation restriction (House, No. 3644). 2d.
            [Local approval received.]
            [From the committee on Municipalities and Regional Government.]

            41. [H. 3814] Bill (H.) providing for the construction of improvements to Arsenal Park in the city known as the town of Watertown (House, No. 3814). 2d.
            [Local approval received.]
            [From the committee on Municipalities and Regional Government.]

THIRD READING MATTERS.

            10. [H. 3509] Bill (H.) establishing a sick leave bank for Joseph Klimkofski, Jr., an employee of Department of Public Health (House, No. 3509). 3d.
            [From the committee on Public Service.]

            13. [S. 2194] Bill establishing a sick leave bank for Chung Tam, an employee of the Massachusetts Department of Transportation (Senate, No. 2194). 3d. [Brady.]
            [From the committee on Public Service.]

            14. [S. 2199] Bill establishing a sick leave bank for Anthony Barton, an employee of the Department of Developmental Services (Senate, No. 2199). 3d. [Brady.]
            [From the committee on Public Service.]

            16. [H. 3683] Bill (H.) establishing a sick leave bank for Autumn Fugere, an employee of the Department of Developmental Services (House, No. 3683). 3d.
            [From the committee on Public Service.]

            30. [S. 1198] Bill relative to a perpetual conservation restriction in the town of Middleborough (Senate, No. 1198). 3d. [Rausch.]
            [Local approval received.]
            [From the committee on Municipalities and Regional Government.]

            32. [H. 3684] Bill (H.) establishing a sick leave bank for Patricia Harrison, an employee of the Department of Developmental Services (House, No. 3684, amended). 3d.
            [From the committee on Public Service.]
            [Amended by the House by inserting before the enacting clause the following emergency preamble:-
            "Whereas, The deferred operation of this act would tend to defeat its purpose, which is to establish forthwith a sick leave bank for a certain employee of the department of developmental services, therefore it is hereby declared to be an emergency law, necessary for the immediate preservation of the public convenience.".]

            33. [H. 3693] Bill (H.) establishing a sick leave bank for Scott A. Smith, an employee of the Trial Court (House, No. 3693). 3d.
            [From the committee on Public Service.]  

            42. [S. 2236] Bill establishing a sick leave bank for Kristen Casano, an employee of the Massachusetts Department of Transitional Assistance (Senate, No. 2236). 3d. [Brady.]
            [From the committee on Public Service.]

            43. [S. 2237] Bill establishing a sick leave bank for Peter Ferony, an employee of the Massachusetts Trial Court (Senate, No. 2237). 3d. [Eldridge.]
            [From the committee on the Judiciary.]

            44. [H. 3642] Bill (H.) relative to the membership of the conservation commission of the town of Holliston (House, No. 3642). 3d.
            [Local approval received.]
            [From the committee on Municipalities and Regional Government.]

            45. [H. 3739] Bill (H.) establishing a sick leave bank for Sophia R. Velez, an employee of the Executive Office of Health and Human Services (House, No. 3739). 3d.
            [From the committee on Public Service.]

            46. [H. 3816] Bill (H.) establishing a sick leave bank for Sheri Panas, an employee of the department of unemployment assistance (House, No. 3816). 3d.
            [From the committee on Public Service.]

            47. [H. 3822] Bill (H.) revising the charter for the City of Melrose (House, No. 3822). 3d.
            [Local approval received.]
            [From the committee on Municipalities and Regional Government.]

            48. [H. 3849] Bill (H.) establishing a sick leave bank for Debra Messier, an employee of the department of revenue (House, No. 3849). 3d.
            [From the committee on Public Service.]

            49. [H. 3850] Bill (H.) establishing a sick leave bank for Jennifer Desjardins an employee of the Department of Children and Families (House, No. 3850, amended). 3d.
            [From the committee on Public Service.]
            [Amended by the House by inserting before the enacting clause the following emergency preamble:-
            "Whereas, The deferred operation of this act would tend to defeat its purpose, which is to establish forthwith a sick leave bank for a certain employee of the department of children and families, therefore it is hereby declared to be an emergency law, necessary for the immediate preservation of the public convenience.".]

            50. [H. 3861] Bill (H.) establishing a sick leave bank for Tanycha Bonilla, an employee of the department of children and families (House, No. 3861). 3d.
            [From the committee on Public Service.]

            51. [H. 3862] Bill (H.) establishing a sick leave bank for Susan Purcell, an employee of the Department of Children and Families (House, No. 3862). 3d.
            [From the committee on Public Service.]