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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 at the table on the side of the Council room. Please note that public comments are limited to five (5) minutes per speaker.

2 Certificates, Awards and Presentations Presentation from Vince Curry of the National Fallen Firefighters to the Cumberland Fire Department in recognition of 100% participation in the International First Responder Seatbelt Pledge

3 City Administrators Report Update on the hiring status of the Economic Development Coordinator

4 Directors Report Fire Department monthly report for January, 2012 Administrative Services monthly report for February, 2012 Approval of the Traffic Group meeting minutes of February 16, 2012

5 Approval of Minutes Approval of the minutes of the closed Administrative Sessions of December 6, and December 20, 2011

6 NEW BUSINESS

7 Resolution Resolution supporting the award of Neighborhood Business Works Program financing through the State of Maryland to Betsy Delozier for property at Springdale Street to be used for the establishment of a Laundromat and 2 apartments.

8 Springdale Street

9 Orders Order appointing Earl Royce, Boyce Rogers, and Philip Crippen to the Zoning Board of Appeals; Joe Darr and Lisa McIndoe to the Human Relations Commission; Troy Thomas to the Parks and Recreation Board; and Greg Fuller to the Bicycle Advisory Commission

10 Orders Order accepting the proposals of Coldwell Banker to market City-owned properties at 519 Memorial Avenue and 350 S. Willowbrook Road for a twelve (12) month period of time and a 5% marketing fee.

11 Orders Order accepting a Deed from Allegany College of Maryland for property located on Old Willowbrook Road, pursuant to the Cumberland Meadows / Old Willowbrook Road Memorandum of Understanding dated August 26, 2011

12 Orders Order authorizing the execution of a Deed transferring a portion of Old Willowbrook Road no longer in use as a result of current road improvements, from the City to Allegany College, pursuant to the Cumberland Meadows / Old Willowbrook Road Memorandum of Understanding dated August 26, 2011.

13 Orders Order approving the execution of an Encroachment Agreement with Sara J. Twigg for property at 520 W. Industrial Boulevard for the purpose of operating a produce sales business and locating a roof overhang in the area of encroachment Order adopting a revised Schedule of Fees for use of the Fire Department Ambulance Services.

14 Orders Order accepting the sole source proposals of Douglas Industries, Miracle Recreation Equipment Company, Upright Fence, Zeager Brothers, and Pierceton Rubber for manufactured replacement parts for equipment at the Mason Recreation Complex Tennis Courts and Playground in the total amount of $30, to be funded through Program Open Space monies.

15 Orders Order declaring the City-owned property at Springdale Street to be surplus property and accepting the proposal of Betsey Delozier in the amount of $2, for purchase of the property for rehabilitation.

16 Orders Order authorizing the abatement of real estate taxes for City-owned properties at 1002 Virginia Avenue in the amount of $18, for tax years , and 413 Springdale Street in the amount of $2, for tax years

17 Willowbrook Road

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19 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.


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