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City Council Agenda

April 13, 2009
Cambridge Maryland Seal

6:00 pm - Closed Executive Session (new business)

 

7:00 pm - Mayor to Convene Council in Regular Session

 

Approve Minutes for March 23, 2009 Council Meeting as Distributed

 

 

PUBLIC HEARING

Zoning Ordinance Text Amendment; Creation of Compatibility Standards: A proposal to adopt comprehensive regulations which provide for Compatibility Standards for all new construction within the Neighborhood Conservation Zoning Districts of the City of Cambridge

 

APPOINTMENTS

 

  1. IAAP Representatives to Receive Celebrate Administrative Professionals Week 2009 Proclamation
  2. Shore Health System to Receive Laboratory Week Proclamation
  3. Representative from Cornerstone Assembly to Hold Their Usual Bake Sale at Long Wharf During the 4th of July Celebration from 4:00 pm to 10:00 pm
  4. Representative from the James B. Richardson Foundation, Inc. to Request a Letter of Support to be Submitted with a Grant Application to the Chesapeake Bay Gateways Network
  5. Elizabeth Anderson to Request Permission to Use a Moon Bounce During a Birthday Party at Great Marsh on May 10th from 2:00 pm to 6:00 pm
  6. Christopher Drummond to Request Impact Fee Relief for "The Meadows at Cambridge"
  7. Julia Davis to Request List of Available Buildings That Are or Will Become Available for Commercial Purposes
  8. Bill Wise to Discuss a Zoning Issue

 

UNFINISHED BUSINESS

 

  1. Recommendation to Award Bid for Economic Development Strategic Plan

 

NEW BUSINESS

 

  1. Request from Character Counts to Allow a Few Non-Profit Organizations to Sell Refresh­ments During Their Six Pillars Century 2009 Blackwater Tour at Great Marsh Park on Saturday, May 2, 2009
  2. Permission to Submit CDBG Applications
  3. Permission to Go to Bid for Harriet Tubman Educational Center (CL Grant)
  4. Discussion on Ordinance Prohibiting the Discharge of Pellet Guns, BB-Guns, and Dart Guns Within the Corporate Limits of the City of Cambridge
  5. Request from Dorchester Center for the Arts to Close High Street from Poplar Street to Long Wharf on Sunday, September 27th from 11:00 am to 6:00 pm for Dorchester Show­case 2009 and a Noise Variance Between Noon and 5:00 pm
  6. Update on Waterfront 2020
  7. Appointment to Historic Preservation Commission
  8. Approve Revised Job Description for CEMS
  9. Approve Revised Employee Health Insurance Plan
  10. Approve Budget Amendment for CEMS
  11. Approve Budget Amendment for CPD
  12. Approve PO 5162 - Dennis Lednum - DOT Inspections for All EMS Vehicles - $850
  13. Approve PO 5164 - Neaton's Tire Service - Tires for PM 101 (State Contract) - $575
  14. Approve PO 5165 - Boundtree Medical - Medical Supplies - $645
  15. Approve PO 5149 - Maryland Municipal League - Convention Registration - $2,175
  16. Approve PO 5116 - Wor-Wic Community College - Maryland Police Training Commission - 5 Recruits - $12,265.00
  17. Approve PO 5135 - Will Brown - DOT Inspections for RFC - $4,000

 

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