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City Council Agenda

April 27, 2009
Cambridge Maryland Seal

7:00 pm - Mayor to Convene Council in Regular Session

 

Approve Minutes for  April 13, 2009 Council Meeting as Distributed

 

PUBLIC HEARING

 

Community Development Block Grant Applications

 

APPOINTMENTS

 

  1. Gail Skinner to Receive Proclamation for Relay Life Days in Cambridge and to Request a Noise Variance for Relay for Life at Cambridge South Dorchester High School on Friday, May 15th and Saturday, May 16th
  2. Tom Wilson, Pleasant Day Adult Day Care Center to Receive Proclamation for Celebrate Senior Citizens Month and Request Noise Variance for Senior Celebration at Sailwinds Park on Thursday, May 21st from 9:00 am Until 3:00 pm; Permission to Have a Banner Hung Across Race Street; Police Assistance; EMS on Standby; and a Visit by McGruff
  3. Proclamation for the 2009 Maryland Law Enforcement Challenge
  4. Nancy Lee Harvey, Cambridge Sail and Power Squadron to Request Permission to Hold Picnic at Great Marsh Park on Sunday, May 17th from 12 Noon Until 4:00 pm  and Permission to Have a Flare Demonstration
  5. Katie Tolley to Request Permission to Use Great Marsh Park on Sunday, July 19th, from 12 Noon Until 5:00 pm for Cambridge-South Dorchester High School Class of 1989 Family Barbeque
  6. April Ellerbusch to Request Permission to Use Great Marsh Park on Saturday, July 11th, from 1:00 pm Until 4:00 pm for Cambridge-South Dorchester High School Class of 1994 for a Class Reunion and a Noise Variance for Those Hours
  7. Representative from Snapper's to Request Noise Variances for Their Tiki Bar/Deck Parties from Friday, May 1 through Sunday, May 3, for Cinco de Mayo and Sundays from 5:00 pm until 10:00 pm Through the End of September
  8. Mike Savage to Discuss a Third-Party Inspection Program

 

UNFINISHED BUSINESS

 

  1. Open Bids for RFC Hoses
  2. Introduction First Reading on Ordinance Prohibiting the Discharge of Pellet Guns, BB-Guns, and Dart Guns  Within the Corporate Limits of the City of Cambridge
  3. Second Reading and Vote on Proposed Ordinance for Creation of Compatibility Standards in the NC Districts

 

NEW BUSINESS

 

  1. Request from First Baptist Church to Use Grassy Area of Long Wharf for the Sunday Nights of August for Outdoor Concerts from 5:00 pm Until 8:30 pm (8/2, 8/9, 8/16, 8/23, 8/30)

     

  2. Award of Contract for Engineering Services-Christ Rock Water & Sewer Extension

     

  3. Adopt Ordinance for Procedures for Replacement of Sidewalks
  4. Discuss Clean-Up Week
  5. Approve Maryland Port Administration Property Lease
  6. Approve Purchase Orders:

Department of Public Works

PO 91332 - Old Dominion Brush - Motor for Gutter Broom Sweeper.............. $600.00

PO 91348 - Dorchester County Highway - Cold Patch Mix............................... $754.00

PO 91349 - David A. Bramble - Blacktop........................................................... $650.00

PO 91350 - Brannock Tire Service - Tire for Kubota Tractor............................ $310.80

PO 91351 - Telewire - Installation & Hook-Up (New Facility)............................ $770.34

PO 91352 - Jess Jr. & Son - Towed Dump Truck........................................... $1,280.00

PO 91353 - The Copy Shoppe - Printing Comprehensive Plan....................... $275.80

PO 91354 - Maryland Tower Service - Strobe Lamp/Radio Tower.................. $842.00

PO 91355 - Shufelt Sand & Gravel - Pea Gravel................................................ $254.89

PO 91356 - Reit Lubricants - Motor Oil & Hydraulic Oil..................................... $790.00

PO 91357 - Kelly's Excavating - Demolition of 610 Wells St......................... $4,000.00

 

Rescue Fire Company

PO 5136 - Dorchester County YMCA - Dive Training........................................ $985.00

PO 5137 - Will Browns Truck Repair - Repair to Rescue 1-1........................... $540.62

PO 5138 - University of Maryland - Books for Fire Fighter Class..................... $262.22

PO 5139 - Winsteads Fire Equipment - Repair to Engine 1-1...................... $2,609.33

PO 5140 - John W. Tieder - Christmas Lights for 307 Gay St.......................... $498.96

PO 5141 - Signs for Overhead Doors................................................................... $750.00

     

  1. Approve Financial Statement for March 2009

 

THE CITY COUNCIL RESERVES THE RIGHT TO MEET IN CLOSED EXECUTIVE SESSION PURSUANT TO SECTION 10-508, STATE GOVERNMENT ARTICLE, ANNOTATED CODE OF MARYLAND.