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City Council Agenda

November 26, 2012
7:00 pm Mayor to Convene Council in Regular Session

Motion to adopt or amend agenda as presented

Approve minutes for November 13, 2012 Council meeting as distributed

Appointments

Mari Stanley, Cambridge Main Street, to discuss the Second Saturday Old Fashioned Christmas on Saturday, December 8th: request to close the 400 block of Race Street and the 500 block of Poplar Street from 3 to 10 pm; a variance from the noise ordinance from 5 to 9 pm; permission to light firewood in fire drums in the streets (2 per block), and the presence of firefighters to supervise their use as in previous years; and Police Department presence

Tasha Foxwell to discuss the 2nd Annual Choptank Trot for Melanoma: Saturday, May 11, 2013 starting (8:00 am) and finishing at Great Marsh Park

The High Spot to request to host "The Mighty Choptank River Beer, Chili, and Coffee Cook Off" on December 15, 2012, 12:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m., in downtown Cambridge with use of Cannery Way for coffee and beer sales; request for Police Department presence; and use of any spare City garbage cans for the event

Representative from Dorchester County Sanitary District, Inc. to request the City defer the sewer rate increase until January 1, 2013

Jerry Burroughs to discuss changing the name of Cedar Street to Harriet Tubman Boulevard

Economic Development to request support for NCI grant and partner with Habitat for Humanity Choptank

Unfinished Business

Consideration of request to abandon the unnamed and unimproved 10 ft wide paper alley that extends between Moreland Avenue and Perimore Street and to declare it excess property and no longer needed for a public purpose (public comment)

RFC Chiefs to be presented to the City Council for approval

New Business

Fresh Coat (December 8) - request for assistance from City (Economic Development Steering Committee)

Authorization to pay for burglar alarm at the Empowerment Center ($320.00)

Approve Budget Amendment for Department of Public Works

Approve Purchase Orders:

PO #91658 - DiCarlo Precision Instrument, Inc. - Ink Jet Plotter-$8,900 - DPW

Public Comments

Mayor's and Commissioner's Comments