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City Council Agenda

6:00 pm Mayor to Convene Council in Regular Session


Agenda

1. Council to approve or amend agenda as presented

Consent Calendar

2. SUBJECT: Minutes from the April 11, 2016 Council meeting
Recommendation: That Council approve as submitted.

3. SUBJECT: Request from The American Legion for permission to hold their annual Memorial Day Services at Long Wharf on Monday, May 30th from 11:00 to 12:30 pm and a variance from the noise ordinance
Recommendation: That Council approve as requested.

4. SUBJECT: Request from Hyatt Regency Resort to change the time of the fireworks on Saturday, June 25, 2016 to 10:00 pm for approximately 8 minutes (originally approved between 7:30 pm and 9:00 pm)
Recommendation: That Council approve as requested.

5. SUBJECT: Resolution regarding post-closing bond compliance disclosures
Recommendation: That Council adopt a resolution of the Commissioners of Cambridge approving the substantially final form of, and authorizing and directing certain officials to finalize and execute, on behalf of the City, written post-issuance continuing disclosure undertaking compliance procedures designed to ensure compliance with applicable post-closing provisions of SEC Rule 15c2-12; and determining various matters in connection therewith (Resolution 2016-004)

6. SUBJECT: Resolution regarding post-closing bond compliance procedures
Recommendation: That Council adopt a resolution of the Commissioners of Cambridge for the purpose of approving the substantially final form of, and authorizing and directing certain officials to finalize and execute, on behalf of the City, written post-issuance tax compliance procedures for non-conduit tax-exempt obligations that are designed to promote compliance with applicable post-closing provisions of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended, and related U.S. Treasury Regulations; and determining various matters in connection therewith (Resolution 2016-005)

7. SUBJECT: 2016 Community Legacy Façade grant program
Recommendation: That Council:
A. Appropriate $50,000 from the 2106 Community Legacy Façade grant to the General Fund, and
B. Increase the Economic Development Division budget by $50,000 for façade improvement grants to local citizens.

New Business

8. SUBJECT: Auditing services
Recommendation: That Council:
A. Accept the proposal from the TGM Group for the auditing services to TGM Group for the Fiscal Years ending June 30, 2016 through June 30, 2018 and
B. Authorize the Mayor to execute an agreement with TGM Group.

9. SUBJECT: Banking services
Recommendation: That Council:
A. Accept the proposal from 1880 Bank for banking services as the City's primary bank;
B. Authorize the Finance Director to negotiate with 1880 Bank to maximize interest income from cash deposits and an agreement with 1880 Bank for banking services; and
C. Agree to the City maintaining banking relationships with The Talbot Bank, Hebron Savings Bank, Provident State Bank, and PNC (MLGIP), as well.

10. SUBJECT: Capital Improvement Program for FY17
Recommendation: That Council receives the Five Year Capital Improvements Program for FY17.

11. SUBJECT: Consolidation of dispatch operations.
Recommendation that Council approve the Letter of Agreement and Memorandum of Understanding between the City and County to consolidate the City police dispatch operations into the County 911 operations effective July 1, 2016.

12. SUBJECT: Sailwinds Broker - Request for Proposals (RFP)
Recommendation: That Council authorize the release of an RFP for a market feasibility study and real estate broker services for the anticipated Sailwinds/Port property development RFP.

 


Requests from the Public

13. SUBJECT: Request for Letter of Support from Habitat for Humanity Choptank
Recommendation: That Council approve the request and authorize the Acting Mayor to sign letter supporting Habitat for Humanity Choptank's Community Development Block Grant application through Dorchester County for $300,000 to make critical repairs of homes of income-qualified homeowners in Dorchester County.

Public Input

Mayor and Council