Sunday, June 8, 2008

Monday, June 9 Salisbury City Council Meeting Has Full Agenda

The Council will meet Monday night with a full agenda, including the adoption of the FY09 Budget and the first of two-steps in the resolution establishing the water and sewer rates. In addition, three public hearings are on the schedule.

The public is encouraged to attend and to make comment. The agenda appears below.

Meeting #11
JUNE 9, 2008
6:00 p.m.
City/County Government Office Building
Room 301

6:00 p.m.


6:04 p.m.


6:08 p.m


· May 27, 2008 Minutes

6:10 p.m.

AWARD OF BIDS – Director of Internal Services Pam Oland

6:30 p.m.


· approving a service and lease agreement between the City of Salisbury
and the Wicomico County Board of Elections (Ordinance No. 2055)

· bond Ordinance amendment (Ordinance No. 2056)

· rental registration amendments (Ordinance No. 2057)

7:00 p.m.

BUDGET – Council President Louise Smith

Ordinance No. 2053 – 2nd reading – adoption of FY09 budget

7:30 p.m

ORDINANCES – City Administrator John Pick

· Ordinance No. 2054B – 2nd reading – FY08 budget amendment

appropriating funds for Municipal Buildings

· Ordinance No. 2054C – 2nd reading – FY08 budget amendment

appropriating funds for Debt Service & Other Uses

· Ordinance No. 2054D – 2nd reading – approving an amendment of the

FY08 General Fund budget to fund the City’s share of a joint project

with the County for preliminary work for a mixed-use development

project in downtown Salisbury with the Library as a key component

8:00 p.m.

RESOLUTIONS – City Administrator John Pick

· Resolution No. 1661 - accepting 2009 CSAFE funds

· Resolution No. 1662 - endorsing request for legislative action by

Maryland Municipal League

· Resolution No. 1663 - modifying Resolution No. 1415 related to the

special sidewalk assessment for the Eireann Mhor subdivision

· Resolution No. 1664 - authorizing mayor to sign a memorandum of

understanding with Wicomico County for the City to perform billing

functions related to County parking tickets

· Resolution No. 1665 - appointment to Recycling Advisory Committee

· Resolution No. 1666 - reappointments to Traffic and Safety Advisory Committee

· Resolution No. 1667 - accepting state grant funds awarded through the

Governor’s Office of Crime Control and Prevention to enhance

community policing efforts in the designated CSAFEII area

· Resolution No. 1668 – increasing water and sewer rates

8:45 p.m.


9:00 p.m.