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City Council Agenda

May 14, 2012
 

5:15 pm          Closed Executive Session (The appointment, employment, assignment,

                        promotion, discipline, demotion, compensation, removal, resignation,

                        or performance evaluation of appointees, employees, or officials over

                        whom it has jurisdiction)

7:00 pm          Mayor to Convene Council in Regular Session

Approve minutes for April 23, 2012 Council meeting as distributed

Public Hearing

Community Development Block Grant Application

Appointments

Scott Eberspacher, Dorchester County Recreation & Parks Board to request variances from the noise ordinance for their "Pool Hops" from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm on Tuesday, June 5th; Friday, June 8th; Friday, June 15th; Friday, June 22nd; Friday, June 29th; Friday, July 6th; Friday, July 13th; Friday, July 20th; and National Night Out of Tuesday, August 7th

Economic Development Strategic Plan Committee to give update on the Gateways Initiative

Representative from Zion Baptist Church to request permission to block Pine Street from Elm Street to Cedar Street on Saturday, September 8, 2012 from 12 noon until 5:30 pm for their Annual Community Day Cookout and a variance from the noise ordinance

Tyzann Meekins to request permission to use Great Marsh Park on Saturday, June 23, 2012 from 3:00 pm to dusk; permission to have no more than 3 farm animals, vending machines, a moon bounce, and a variance from the noise ordinance for her daughter's birthday

John Winslow, The Dri-Dock Recovery & Wellness Center to request permission to hold a 5K walk/run beginning at Great Marsh Park, winding through Cambridge, and ending at 108 Washington Street on Saturday, September 29, 2012 at 10:00 a.m.; and a variance from the noise ordinance at 108 Washington Street from 11:00 a.m.until 4:00 p.m.

Jay Harford, Mid-Shore Community Band, to offer the band's services for the 4th of July

Representatives from New Creation Marching Unit to request a variance from the noise ordinance on Mondays through Thursdays from 5:00 pm until 7:00 pm in the field behind the Board of Education building

Marsha Christopher, Portside Seafood Restaurant, to request variances from the noise ordinance for Sunday, May 20th and Sunday, June 10th from 2:00 pm to 7:00 pm for deck parties

Unfinished Business

Public Comment and vote on Ordinance to amend the Arts and Entertainment District of the City (Ordinance 1024)

Award contract for annual street resurfacing

New Business

Adopt tax rate and budget for FY2013

Approve Residential Anti-Displacement and Relocation Assistance Plan for the Maryland Community Development Block Grant Program

Approve Citizen Participation Plan for the Maryland Community Development Block Grant Program

Approve slate of judges for election for the primary and general elections

Approve list of excess property (vehicles)

Discussion of City oversight committee for maintenance and ownership of Choptank Lighthouse at Long Wharf after completion and dedication to the City

Request from American Legion Post #91 for permission to hold a Memorial Day Service at Long Wharf on Monday, May 28th from 8:00 am until 1:00 pm; traffic control; and a variance from the noise ordinance for amplified music and one firing of two cannons

Approve resolution for Community Development Block Grant application

Approve financial statement for April 2012

Approve budget amendment for Cambridge Police Department

Approve budget amendment for Department of Public Works

Approve budget amendment for Rescue Fire Company

Approve purchase orders:

PO 5620 - Peninsula Police Psychological Services - critical incident voucher for fitness for duty examinations for CPD - $1,001.00

PO 91606 - Northern Tool & Equipment - upright rammer with Honda GX 120 engine - $1,789.18

PO 91608 - Pete's Masonry - replacement of bricks on High Street for street repair - $3,000.00

PO 91609 - Gametime c/o West Recreation - two backboards for Cornish Park - $1,068.72

PO 91610 - Tractor Supply - Swisher 24" Predator IC lawn tractor - $1,800.00

PO 91611 - David A. Bramble, Inc. - cold patch and hot mix - $3,600.00

PO 91613 - Brinsfield Fence Company - Repairs to fences at Cattail Crossing & Cornish Park - $8,108.00 (reimbursed by insurance)

PO 91614 - F.W. Baird Petroleum - Motherboard for Veeder Root - $1,817.66 (reimbursed by insurance)

PO 91615 - John W. Tieder, Inc. - Cedar Street gateway lighting - $32,000.00 (100% grant funding)

PO 91616 - Romano Concrete Construction - construction of curb/gutter and sidewalk on Cedar Street - $150,000.00 (100% grant funding)

PO 91617 - F.W. Baird Petroleum - annual fuel inspections at marina - $1,752.17

PO 91618 - BFPE International - annual inspection of the fire alarm, sprinkler and kitchen in the public safety building - $1,745.00

PO 5623 - Pyro Engineering, Inc. - Fireworks for July 4, 2012 - $12,500.00

PO 5610 - Winsteads Fire Equipment - Ten full sets of turnout gear - $18,250.00

PO 5611 - Atlantic Emergency Solutions - Ten 1½-inch brass breakaway nozzles and shut off bale - $5,508.50

PO 5612 - Jess Jr's & Sons Body Shop - work done to complete Brush 1‑1 - $3,846.50 (State 508 money)

PO 5613 - Winsteads Fire Equipment - Twelve pair (size large) firefighting gloves - $1,148.42

PO 5614 - Winsteads Fire Equipment - Twelve pair (size medium) firefighting gloves - $1,148.42