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City Council Agenda

August 13, 2012

AGENDA

Council Meeting

August 13, 2012

7:00 pm         Mayor to Convene Council in Regular Session

Approve minutes for July 23, 2012 Council meeting as distributed

Approve minutes for July 30, 2012 Council meeting as distributed

Public Hearing

Channel Marker - final public hearing for their roofing project funded by CDBG

Appointments

Cindy Smith, Snip-Tuck, to request matching funds for a low-cost spay/neuter program

Jane Devlin, James B. Richardson Foundation, Inc., to request Local Government Resolution in Support of Application to the Community Investment Tax Credit Program (Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development)

Jane Devlin, Cambridge Schooner Rendezvous, to request reduced per-foot charge during the event

Veterans Recognition Committee of the Eastern Shore to receive proclamation for their 14th Annual "Tribute to Our Heroes" on Saturday, September 8, 2012 at Sailwinds Park

Alan McRae, Executive Director of Anchor Point, Inc., to introduce his 501(c)3 corporation that encourages character building in the lives of at-risk and adjudicated youth

Harris S. Marx, Mid-Shore Mental Health Systems, Inc. to request permission to use Long Wharf Park for a public awareness program on suicide prevention on Monday, September 10, 2012 from 7:30 pm until 8:15 pm

Representative from High Spot to request a street closure of the 300 block of High Street (Church Street to the property line of Newcomb & Collins Funeral Home) for their 1st Cambridge Belgium Beer Festival on November 10, 2012 from 12 noon until 7:00 pm; a variance from the noise ordinance; police protection; and use of City-owned trash cans and trash collection

Representatives from the Dorchester YMCA to request permission to hold three bicycle rides on September 16, 2012 starting from the YMCA starting at 10:00 am (until 4:00 pm)

Representative from the Corporal Herman Hughes Legion to request permission to block off Schoolhouse Lane at both corners that intersect with Cross St; permission to use the City's vacant property on the corner of Cross Street and Schoolhouse Lane for parking on Saturday, September 15, 2012, from 10:00 a.m. through 7:00 p.m. for their 2nd Annual Car and Bike Show; and a variance from the noise ordinance

Tim Crosby to present preliminary plans for restroom building at Long Wharf

Presentation on parking lot project proposal

Unfinished Business

Comprehensive Zoning Regulations Update

New Business

Tubman National Monument support letter

Prioritize Community Parks & Playgrounds grant applications

Appoint member to the Housing Authority Board

Council to discuss RFP procurement for City legal services

Approve Financial Statement for June 2012

Approve Purchase Orders:

PO 5631 - Valerie J. Mann - CPD grant administration - $300.00

PO 5632 - Fred Frederick Chrysler Dodge Jeep - air conditioner condenser repair and labor in CPD detective vehicle C-32 - $721.94

PO 5633 - Dr. John Zwieg - CPD recruit psychological testing and diagnostic interview - $480.00

PO 5634 - Crime Reports annual subscription renewal (fully refundable) - $1,188.00

PO 5635 - Ford Motor Credit - Three 2011 Ford Crown Victoria patrol vehicles (3 year lease program) - CPD - $38,627.93

PO 91642 - Northern Tool - air compressor (DPW shop) - $3,099.00

PO 91641 - Pep Up, Inc. - pumping out gas tank, storage of gas and return of gas (at Municipal Yacht Basin) - $1,700.00

PO 91638 - Flint Trading, Inc. - thermoplastic material for stop bars and crosswalk (Maces Lane) - $1,477.20

PO 91637 - F.W. Baird Petroleum - fuel compliance repairs - $2,664.39

 

 

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