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City Council Agenda

May 23, 2011

AGENDA

Council Meeting

 

5:30 pm         Budget Meeting (open)

7:00 pm         Mayor to Convene Council in Regular Session

Approve Minutes for May 9, 2011 Council meeting as distributed

Appointments

Carolin Sauer and Christian Luechem (German Exchange Students) to thank the people of Cambridge and Dorchester County for their hospitality and good will during their 4-month stay

Representative from Cambridge Main Street to request street closures and variances from the noise ordinance for several events:

  • Saturday, July 9, Taste of Cambridge-Close 400 block of Race and 500 block of Poplar from 1:00 to11:00 pm; a variance from the noise ordinance from 5:00 to 10 pm; permission to sell alcohol; Police Department presence; and the use of spare city garbage cans.
  • Saturday, August 13, Annie Oakley Festival-Close 400 block of Race and 500 block of Poplar, from 11:00 am to 11:00 pm; variance from the noise ordinance from noon to 9:00 or 10:00 pm; permission to sell alcohol; Police Department presence; use of spare city garbage cans; and permission for Cowboy Roy and His Outlaws and Peacemakers to be able park their 38-foot trailer/dressing room from Friday afternoon to Sunday morning.
  • Saturday, September 17, Summer Sendoff: Blues, Brews, BBQ-Close 400 block of Race and 500 block of Poplar from 2:00 to 11:00 pm; variance from the noise ordinance from 5:00 to 10:00 pm; permission to sell alcohol; Police Department presence; and the use of spare city garbage cans.

Tasha Foxwell to explain "Eagleman Goes Green"

Representative from Quota International for permission to use the park area (Cannery Way) across from Jimmie & Sooks as a planning and set up area on Saturday, October 8, 2011 and permission to close Poplar and Race Streets to vehicle traffic from 4 pm to 8 pm so that a parade may be planned for Quota's newest fundraiser, Bodacious Ta Tas

Representatives from Snappers Waterfront Café to request variances from the noise ordinance through the end of June

Representatives from Pride of Cambridge Lodge #50 and Cambridge Lodge #66 to request permission to use the property at Cedar and Race Streets on Saturday, August 20th from 11:00 am to 7:00 pm for their 2nd fish fry fundraiser to benefit Cambridge's Cold Weather Shelter; use of electricity on the property, trash receptacles and trash pick-up following the event

Unfinished Business

Open bids for dumpster contract

Second reading, public comment, and vote on ordinance for moratorium on adult entertainment, tattoo, and body piercing businesses

Adoption of resolution designating school zones for use of speed cameras in school zones

New Business

Appointments/re-appointments to Board of Zoning Appeals and Housing Authority Board

Request from Cambridge Yacht Club for a navy ship requesting dockage at Long Wharf (gratis) on Saturday, June 18th and Sunday, June 19th

Be SMART (a DHCD program)

Council to adopt real and business property tax rates for FY2012

Community Parks and Playgrounds 2013 grant round

Budget amendment for Economic Development

Purchase Orders:

5505 - Valerie J. Mann - grant administration for CPD - $1,180.00

5506 - Eastside Automotive - intake manifold, coolant, and labor for CPD Vehicle #C-19 - $881.98

91544 - All Shore Paving, Inc. - street paving - $242,500.00

5525 - Atlantic Emergency Solutions - Firefighting Foam -- $866.80

5526 - Winsteads Fire Equipment - annual flow test for all SCBAs - $8,000.00

5528 - SAFE Measures - 6 hazmat suits - $4,878.64

5529 - BFPE International - hydrostatic testing SCBA cylinders - $2,300.00

5530 - Juanita Weber - re-certification of CPR for first responders - $320.00

 

 

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