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City Council Agenda

December 14, 2009
City of Cambridge Agenda5:30 pm - Closed Executive Sessions
1-Personnel
2-To Consider a Matter That Concerns the Proposal for a Business or Industrial Organization to Locate, Expand, or Remain in the State
7:00 pm - Mayor to Convene Council in Regular Session

 

 

 Approve Minutes for November 23, 2009 Council Meeting as Distributed

 PRESENTATION

 Dorchester Pop Warner Jr. Pee Wee Vikings and Cheerleaders

PUBLIC HEARING

 Rezoning for Map 309 Parcel 6030 (Woods Road) Woods Crossing Associates

APPOINTMENTS

1. Guinervere Banks to Discuss Resolution Granting Abatement of One-Half of Interest Charged on Demolition Costs

2. Cambridge-Dorchester County Parade Committee Representative to Request Permission to Hold Christmas Parade on Saturday, December 19th Beginning at 5:00pm

3. Thomas Hurley to Give Progress Report on Fitness Room in Public Safety Building

4. Donya Maria Twyman to Make Final Recommendations as They Pertain to the Cambridge Lives! Pine Street Community Action Plan and Proposed Next Steps, Make a FormalIntroduction of the Cambridge Lives! Steering Committee, and Close Out Phase 1 

UNFINISHED BUSINESS

 1. Discussion and Approval of Modified Boat Slip Fees

 

 NEW BUSINESS

1. Introduction and First Reading of Ordinance to Increase Impact Fees

 2. Mayor's Nomination for Building and Permitting Task Force

 3. DPW to Request Permission to go to Bid for Sidewalk Replacement Project

 4. Approve Purchase Orders:

  • PO 5154 - Teltronic - Equipment Relocation at Public Safety Building - $9,570.26
  • PO 5292 - Will Browns Truck Repair - RFC - Emergency Repair to Engine 1-2 - $2,367.40
  • PO 5295 - Smiths Printing Shop - RFC - Equipment Service Requests Books and Building Service Requests - $1,020.00
  • PO 5296 - American Lubrication Equipment Corp. - RFC - Pumps for Hazmat Calls - $3,861.06
  • PO 5297 - Barr Freightliner - RFC - Emergency Repair of Rescue 1-1 -  $1,000.00
  • PO 5298 - Singer Associates - RFC - Containers/Adapters/Caps - $2,207.00
  • PO 5299 - Winsteads Fire Equipment - RFC - Gas Detection Meters - $8,287.00
  • PO 5326 - Syngenius - CPD - Anti-Virus and Anti-Spyware Software (30 users) - $920.00
  • PO 5328 - Ford Motor Credit - CPD - 3rd Year (final) Lease - 2 Ford Crown Vic Patrol Cars - $15,748.64
  • PO 5357 - Winsteads Fire Equipment - RFC - Emergency Repair to Engine 1-2 - $2,800.00
  • PO 5358 - MES - Maryland - RFC - Emergency Repair of Haz-Mat Unit - $1,000.00
  • PO 91422 - Harrington, Harrington, & Nabb - DPW - Attorney Fees - $585.00

 

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