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City Council Agenda

September 14, 2009

City of Cambridge Maryland Council Agenda

 

6:00 pm         Closed Executive Session (personnel)

7:00 pm         Mayor to Convene Council in Regular Session

 

Approve Minutes for August 17, 2009 Council Meeting as Distributed
Approve Minutes for August 24, 2009 Council Meeting as Distributed
Approve Minutes for September 3, 2009 Public Hearing as Distributed

 

PRESENTATIONS

1. Raymond Simmons to Present Award to City

 2. Choptank River Lighthouse Project Committee Member to Make Presentation

 

APPOINTMENTS

1. Representatives from the Pine Street Committee to Discuss One-Stop Accountability

2. Request from Schooner Rendezvous Committee for a Noise Variance at Long Wharf Park for Saturday, Oct. 24, 10 am to 10 pm for music and dinner, and Sunday, Oct.25, 10 am to 4 pm for music; Permission to Serve Beer, Wine and Liquor at Long Wharf Park on Saturday, Oct. 24, 12 noon to 10 pm; Permission to erect a tent at Long Wharf Park from Friday, Oct. 23 to Monday, Oct. 26, 2009; and Blanket Permit for Vendors, and Waiver of Vendor Fees, for Vendors on October 24 and 25, 2009 at Long Wharf Park

3. Jon Alexander with Monument Strategies to Give Presentation on Securing Appropriations and Grants

4. Representative from the Cambridge Power Boat Regatta Association to Request Permission to Use Great Marsh Park from Monday, July 19th through Sunday, July 25, 2010 with Exclusive Use from July 21st through July 25th; Closure of the Boat Ramp from July 21st (4 pm) through July 25th; Permission to Have Motor Homes at the Park from July 21st through July 26th; a Variance from the Noise Ordinance from July 21st through July 25th; Emergency Medical Service Support from July 22nd through July 25th; and Permission to Serve Beer in the Park

5. Representative from Miles & Stockbridge to Request Approval for Extension of the City's Water System to Serve a Subdivision of Land That is Outside the City's Boundaries but is Surrounded by Properties Currently Served by the System (Tax Map 30 Parcel 250 - Pink's Pond Estates)

6. Request from Miles & Stockbridge, on Behalf of Woods Crossing Associates Limited Partnership, to Rezone Tax Map 309, Parcel 6030 from R-3 to C-2 (3.081 acres on the southwestern corner of Rt. 16 and Woods Road) (request to be referred to Planning and Zoning Commission)

UNFINISHED BUSINESS

1. Decision on Rezoning Map 302 Parcel 1030 (619 Leonard Lane); Map 302 Parcel 2364 (701 Leonard Lane); and Map 302 Parcel 2367 (705 Leonard Lane)

2. Decision on Rezoning Map 306, Parcel 5831-1 (2.856-acre parcel located adjacent to Chesapeake Street between Bayly Road and Maryland Route 16) and Text Amendment to Zoning Code to Include a Definition for Community Center and Designating Community Center as a Permitted Use with Conditions in an R-3 District

NEW BUSINESS

1. Maple Street District Boundary Expansion Approval

2. Review and Approval of Payment-in-Lieu of Taxes Agreement ("PILOT") for Conifer Village at Cambridge II for Phase II of the Senior Apartment Project at Conifer Village

3. Approve Budget Amendment for CEMS

4. Approve Budget Amendments for General Fund and Marina Fund

5. Approve Financial Statement for July 2009

6. Approve Purchase Orders:

  • PO 5170 - Motorola - 5 Ruggedized Notebook Computers (CEMS - 100% grant) - $26,995.00
  • PO 5171 - Teltronic - 5 Vehicle Radios & Equipment (CEMS - 100% grant) - $3,587.50
  • PO 91395 - John W. Tieder, Inc. - Street Lighting - $12,156.50
  • PO 91396 - David A. Bramble, Inc. - Camper Street Improvement - $27,842.39

7. Approve Adjustments Due to State Revenue Cuts

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