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City Council Agenda

May 11, 2009
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7:00 pm - Mayor to Convene Council in Regular Session

 

Approve Minutes for  April 27, 2009 Council Meeting as Distributed

 

 

 

APPOINTMENTS

 

  1. Proclamation for Safe Boating Week
  2. Jon Burrell, LGIT, to Present the City With a Training Grant for CPD
  3. Willie Beasley to Request a Variance from the Noise Ordinance for a Birthday Party on Saturday, May 16th from 7:00 pm to 12:00 am at 703 Moores Avenue
  4. Representatives from American Legion Post 91 Auxiliary to Present "Poppies" to Mayor and Commissioners

 

UNFINISHED BUSINESS

 

  1. Award Contract for 3-in. and 5-in. Hoses for RFC
  2. Second Reading and Vote on Ordinance to Amend Prohibition on Discharge of Firearms Within the City, to Include Pellet and BB-Guns
  3. Prioritize Community Development Block Grant Applications
  4. Approve Resolution to Submit CDBG Application
  5. Request for Impact Fee Relief for "The Meadows at Cambridge"

 

NEW BUSINESS

 

  1. Request from Dorchester County Department of Social Services for Permission to Hold a Celebration for to Honor Adoptive Families at Their Building at 627 Race Street on Saturday, May 16th from 11:00 am to 2:00 pm; Police Presence, a Variance from the Noise Ordinance, and Use of 4 Trash Receptacles
  2. Request from The American Legion Post No. 91 to Hold Memorial Day Ceremony at Long Wharf on Monday, May 25, 2009 from 10:00 am to 12 Noon and a Variance from the Noise Ordinance
  3. Request for Historic Streetlight in Front of 111 Maryland Avenue to be Referred to Street Lighting Committee
  4. Approve Residential Anti-Displacement and Relocation Assistance Plan (CDBG Requirement)
  5. Approve Citizen Participation Plan (CDBG Requirement)
  6. Council to Appoint Member to Historic Preservation Commission
  7. Request to Go to Bid for Dumpster Service for Marina and Boat Ramp
  8. Discussion and Approval of Memorandum of Understanding for Extension of City Sewer Service to Madison and Woolford; Creating New Sanitary District:  Madison-Woolford-Susquehanna Point Sanitary District
  9. Discussion and Approval of Lease Agreement for Port Administration Property
  10. Approve Job Description for CEMS
  11. Approve Budget Amendment for CEMS
  12. Approve Budget Amendment for DPW
  13. Approve Budget Amendments for CPD
  14. Approve Purchase Orders:
  15.  

Cambridge EMS

PO 5168 - Boundtree Medical - Medical Supplies............................................... $1,540.00

 

Department of Public Works

PO 91342 - Dorchester Co. Health Dept. - Vaccine Series................................... $470.00

PO 91358 - Paul Ewing, Inc. - Stones for Sewer Repairs....................................... $924.00

PO 91359 - Mid-Atlantic Salt, LLC - De-Icing Salt................................................ $1,925.34

PO 91360 - Mid-Atlantic Salt, LLC - De-Icing Salt................................................ $1,942.67

PO 91361 - Mid-Atlantic Salt, LLC - De-Icing Salt................................................ $1,947.00

PO 91362 - Staples Business Adv. - Office Supplies............................................. $364.58

PO 91363 - David A. Bramble - Blacktop................................................................. $540.00

 

Cambridge Police Department

PO 5121 - Lawmen Supply Company - Air Cartridges (Taser)........................... $1,197.50

 

Rescue Fire Company
PO 5136 - Dorchester County YMCA - Dive Training (3 Members)...................... $985.00

PO 5142 - Will Browns Truck Repair - DOT Insp. or Engine 1-1......................... $2,000.00

PO 5143 - Will Browns Truck Repair - DOT Insp. for Engine 1-2........................ $2,000.00

PO 5144 - Will Browns Truck Repair - DOT Insp. for Tower 1-1......................... $2,000.00

PO 5145 - Will Browns Truck Repair - DOT Insp. for Rescue 1-1....................... $2,000.00

PO 5146 - Will Browns Truck Repair - DOT Insp. for Haz-Mat 1-1..................... $2,500.00

PO 5147 - Will Browns Truck Repair - DOT Insp. for 2 Trailers.......................... $1,000.00

PO 5181 - Will Browns Truck Repair - DOT Insp. for 2 Trailers.......................... $1,000.00

PO 5182 - Winsteads Fire Equipment - Pump Test Engine 1-1............................ $250.00

PO 5183 -- Winsteads Fire Equipment - Pump Test Engine 1-2............................ $250.00

PO 5184 -- Winsteads Fire Equipment - Pump Test Engine 1-3............................ $250.00

PO 5185 -- Winsteads Fire Equipment - Pump Test Engine 1-4............................ $250.00

PO 5186 -- Winsteads Fire Equipment - Pump Test Tower 1-1............................. $250.00

PO 5187 - American Test Center - Test Ladders - Tower 1-1........................... $2,000.00

PO 5188 - Rescue Fire Co. Inc. - Annual Banquet............................................... $5,100.00

PO 5189 - Rescue Fire Co. Inc. - Train Garden Expenses.................................. $1,301.04

PO 5190 - Winsteads Fire Equipment - Repair to Tower 1-1............................. $5,280.67

PO 5191 - Cummins Power Systems - Repair Generator on Engine 1-2............. $900.00

PO 5192 - Cummins Power Systems - Repair Generator on Engine 1-2.......... $2,768.90

PO 5194 - Singer Associates - Repairs to Tower 1-1....................................... $25,000.00

PO 5195 - Toms Fire Equipment - Hydrostatic Test of Bottles........................... $1,140.00

PO 5196 - Winsteads Fire Equipment - Repairs to Engine 1-2............................. $303.00

PO 5197 - Singer Associates - Hose and Appliances......................................... $2,198.57

PO 5198 - Singer Associates - Hose Connections & Portable Hydrant............ $1,953.00

PO 5199 - Singer Associates - Axes, Salvage Covers, Ladder......................... $2,390.00

PO 5200 - Gootee's Marine - Service 2 Outboard Engines on Boat 1-1........... $1,861.36

PO 5201 - Singer Associates - Sections of 5-ft Hose.......................................... $9,442.05

PO 5202 - Singer Associates - Sections of 3-ft Hose.......................................... $5,900.00

PO 5203 - Winsteads Fire Equipment - Gas Detectors w/accessories.......... $17,192.00

PO 5204 - Dive Rescue International - Ice Commander Suits............................ $1,852.42

 

               

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