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PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD If you would like to address the Mayor and City Council during the Public Comment section on Tonights Agenda, please record your name and address on the sign-up sheet located at the table on the side of the Council room. Please note that public comments are limited to five (5) minutes per speaker.
Certificates, Awards and Presentations Certificates presented to Cumberland Police Department and the Salvation Army recognizing the success of the 5th Annual Cumberland Police Department Summer Youth Camp.
Directors Report Police Department Monthly Report for May, Engineering Division Monthly Report for May, Maintenance Division Monthly Report for May, 2013.
Approval of Minutes Approval of the Budget Work Session Minutes of April 30, Approval of the Administrative Session Minutes of May7, 2013.
Ordinance Ordinance (2nd and 3rd readings) - providing for FY 2014 General Fund Appropriations.
General Fund Appropriations General Government $ 2,654,620 Public Safety 10,792,460 Public Works 2,718,820 Recreation 829,645 Community Development 588,571 Debt Service 815,701 Operating Transfers 1,052,166 TOTAL $ 19,451,983
Ordinance Ordinance (2nd and 3rd readings) - providing for FY 2014 Sewer Fund Appropriations.
Sewer Fund Appropriations Wastewater Treatment Plant $ 6,148,671 Sanitary and Storm Sewers 2,182,511 Principal Expense 574,712 Interest Expense 92,303 TOTAL $ 8,998,19
Ordinance Ordinance (2nd and 3rd readings) - providing for FY 2014 Water Fund Appropriations.
Water Fund Appropriations Water Administration $ 894,846 Water Distribution 3,448,790 Water Filtration Plant 1,741,400 Principal Expense 518,128 Interest Expense 339,295 TOTAL $ 6,942,459
Ordinance Ordinance (2nd and 3rd readings) - providing for FY 2014 Special Purpose Fund Appropriations.
Special Purpose Funds Downtown Development Commission $ 250,502 Lets Beautify Cumberland 10,000 Special Recreation Event 12,500 Shade Tree Commission 60,500 Community Development Block Grant 741,218 TIF District – Shades Lane 40,143 Trash Removal 1,129,124 Economic Development 253,247 Municipal Parking Authority 591,567 Street Improvement Fund 784,160 Property Rental Fund 3,988,191 TOTAL $ 7,861,152
Ordinance Ordinance (first reading) - Amending the fee schedule for Fire Department services to authorize reimbursement for emergency medical response services including fire suppression fees, motor vehicle collision response fees, emergency medical response fees, hazardous materials response fees, false alarm fees, inspection and plan review fees.
Resolution Resolution amending and supplementing Resolution No. R , passed June 4, 2013, to allow the Tax-exempt Refunding Bonds of 2013 to be used to refund and prepay the 2006 Lease Purchase Agreement identified in the original resolution.
Order authorizing the renewal of a Billing Agreement with Carter Professional Services, dba Medical Claim-Aid to perform billing and claims service for EMS transports, fire and rescue incidents, and fire department inspection and permit fees for a period of 6 years, renewable for 5 years, with an 8% billing fee. Order
Order accepting the proposal of The EADS Group, Inc. to provide engineering services for the inspection and EAP Update of the Lake Gordon and Thomas Koon Dams (9-13-WFP) in an estimated amount not to exceed $32,000.
Order Order accepting the proposal of The EADS Group to provide engineering services for the design of a chlorine feed and storage facility that utilizes liquid chlorine at the Water Filtration Plant in an amount not to exceed $45,000.
Order Order authorizing execution of a Memorandum of Understanding between the City of Cumberland, City of Frostburg, and Cumberland Allegany County Foundation, Inc. to enhance economic development efforts for a 3 year term to commence on the date of the agreement.
Order Order approving a residential exemption from the Special Taxing District Levy for property at 55 Baltimore Street in the amount of $1, based on 75% residential occupancy. (Total tax due = $412.45)
Order Order authorizing execution of a Strategic Demolition and Smart Growth Impact Fund Agreement between the Department of Housing and Community Development and the Mayor and City Council to provide funding in the amount of $250,000 to be used toward the demolition of the Memorial Hospital Complex.
Order Order authorizing the abatement of taxes and utilities on City-owned properties at 8 Oldtown Road, 534 Columbia Avenue, 319 Columbia Avenue, 231 Henderson Avenue, and 627 Maryland Avenue.
Order Order accepting proposals to purchase Tax Certificates from Amy Shillingburg for 730 N. Mechanic St. ($2,681.90) and 732 N. Mechanic St. ($2,074.21); Mark Shryock for 415 Race St. (2,236.69) and Race St. (2,125.34); and Mike Bennett for 118 Columbia St. ($1, ).
PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD If you would like to address the Mayor and City Council during the Public Comment section on Tonights Agenda, please record your name and address on the sign-up sheet located on the speakers podium in the front of the Council room. Please note that public comments are limited to five (5) minutes per speaker.