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City Council Agenda

May 26, 2009
City of Cambridge Seal

Mayor to Convene Council in Regular Session

 

Approve Minutes for May 11, 2009 Council Meeting as Distributed

 

 

 

 

PUBLIC HEARINGS

 

Constant Yield Tax Rate

 

Annexation Request by Wyatt Group, LLC and Martin Ellsworth Burton for Approximately 124 Acres of Land Which Has Frontage on Rt. 16 and Woods Road (a.k.a. the Burton Farm)

 

APPOINTMENTS

 

  1. Rev. Jay Hurley, Grace United Methodist Church, to Request Permission to Use Great Marsh Park on Sunday, June 21st from 9:00 am Until 5:00 pm for Morning Worship Service and a Church Picnic and a Variance from the Noise Ordinance
  2. 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
  3. Deborah Fletcher to Request Permission to Use Great Marsh Park for a Family Reunion on Sunday, July 12th from 9:00 am Until Dusk and a Variance from the Noise Ordinance for a D.J.
  4. Tarron Fletcher to Request Permission to Use Great Marsh Park on Saturday, June 6th from 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm for Her Daughter's Second Birthday and a Variance from the Noise Ordinance for a D.J.
  5. Evangelist Denice Carswell, National Church of God, to Request Permission to Hold Outreach Ministry from Their Church Motor Home at Great Marsh Park, Douglas Street Park, and the City Race and Cedar Street Property Between 9:00 am and 2:00 pm on 1 to 2 Weekends a Month; a Variance from the Noise Ordinance to Use Their Portable PA System; and a Barbeque Grill to Serve Food
  6. Kevin Smith, New Way of Life Club, to Request Permission to Use the Douglas Street Playground on Sunday, June 7th from  3:00 pm to 7:00 pm for a Family and Friends Community Day, a Variance from the Noise Ordinance, and Trash Cans
  7. Representatives from the Masonic Lodges of Cambridge to Use the Race and Cedar Streets Lot to Host a "Fish and Chips" Benefit Fundraiser for a Homeless Shelter on Saturday, August 1st from 12 Noon Until 7:00 pm, Use of Electric and Water, 6 Large Trash Receptacles, and a Variance from the Noise Ordinance
  8. Nancy Tempera to Request Permission to Use Long Wharf Park for a Wedding on Saturday, August 15th from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm and a Variance from the Noise Ordinance

 

UNFINISHED BUSINESS

 

  1. Community Development Block Grant Applications
  2. Approve Resolution to Submit CDBG Applications
  3. Commissioner Thomas to Give Traffic, Safety, and Lighting Committee Report

 

NEW BUSINESS

 

  1. Request from Representative of Mirman, Inc. to Waive Fines and Interest Related to Their Property
  2. Approve Budget Amendment for Department of Public Works
  3. Approve Budget Amendment for Cambridge Police Department
  4. Approve Financial Statement for April 2009
  5. Approve Purchase Orders:

Department of Public Works

 

PO 91366 - Paradise Enterprises, LLC - 56 Yards Fill Dirt.................................... $406.00

PO 91367 - Dorchester Service Assoc. - Service/Repair DPW A/C Unit......... $2,110.00

PO 91368 - Edwin A. & John O. Crandell - Construction Boat Ramp............ $390,000.00

 

Cambridge Police Department

 

PO 5123 - Valerie J. Mann - Prepare Grant Applications.................................... $1,835.00

PO 5125 - Bank of America - Polygraph School Expenses (LGIT Grant).......... $1,612.00

 

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