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City Council Minutes

December 29, 2014
The City Council met in regular session on Monday, December 29, 2014 in Council Chambers. A quorum being present, Mayor Victoria Jackson-Stanley called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m. Those Commissioners in attendance were Commissioners Vickers, Sydnor, Cooke, Thomas, and Hanson. Mayor Victoria Jackson-Stanley asked for a moment of silence. Commissioner Hanson led in the Pledge of Allegiance.

A motion by Commissioner Hanson to amend the agenda to add a discussion on Optotraffic's request to temporarily suspend the speed camera program was seconded and passed unanimously.

New Business

Approve Resolution to accept and approve the grant funds and the amended Grant Agreement submitted by MDOT for the renovation of the Wharf at the Cambridge Marine Terminal-A motion by Commissioner Sydnor to approve Mayor Stanley signing the resolution accepting the grant agreement acceptance of the Maryland Department of Transportation grant in the aggregate sum of $2.5 million was seconded and approved unanimously.

Request from Optotraffic to temporarily suspend the speed camera program-A motion by Commissioner Sydnor to allow Optotraffic to suspend their contract at the present time was seconded and approved unanimously.

Closed Executive Session-A motion by Commissioner Hanson to go into closed executive session
for the following purposes, pursuant to Section 3-305 of the General Provisions Article, Annotated Code of Maryland: (1) to consider the appointment, employment or evaluation of an appointee or employee over whom the City has jurisdiction, (2) to consider a personnel matter that affects one or more specific individuals, (3) to consider a matter that concerns the proposal or a business to locate, expand or remain in the State, (4) to consult with counsel to obtain legal advice, and/or (5) to consult with staff, consultants, or other individuals about pending or potential litigation was seconded and approved unanimously.


With no further business, Mayor Victoria Jackson-Stanley adjourned the meeting at 8:33 p.m. (includes executive sessions). I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true and accurate account of the Council meeting Monday, December 29, 2014, insofar as I personally am aware.



Edwin C. Kinnamon
Clerk & Treasurer