Monday, August 11, 2008

City Council Meeting Agenda Aug. 11, 2008

It is possible the Public Comment portion of the meeting will be moved to the beginning of the meeting.

6:07 p.m. SPECIAL PRESENTATION – Mayor Barrie P. Tilghman
6:13 p.m. CERTIFICATES OF APPRECIATION – Mayor Barrie P. Tilghman

• July 28, 2008 Minutes 1a

• Ordinance No. 2059 - 2nd reading – amendment to Chapter 15, Housing Standards, of the Salisbury Municipal Code, to reflect the 2006 International Codes 1b

• Ordinance No. 2060 - 2nd reading – amending Chapter 1.08, Election Board, of the Salisbury Municipal Code 1c

• Ordinance No. 2061 - 2nd reading – authorizing mayor to sign a Deed of Release of Easement for an unused underground utility easement in a closed street (Plant Street)1d

• Resolution No. 1679 - accepting $7,000 in state grant funds awarded through the Governor’s Office of Crime Control and Prevention for the designated CSAFE II area 1e

• Resolution No. 1680 - reappointment of Dr. Norman C. Lyster to Ethics Commission 1f

• Resolution No. 1681 - reappointments of Andrew C. Mitchell and William Ahtes to the Central City District Commission 1g

6:27 p.m. AWARD OF BIDS – Director of Internal Services Pam Oland 2

6:35 p.m. MANUFACTURING EXEMPTION REQUEST – Director of Internal Services Pam Oland
• K & L Microwave 3

6:45 p.m. RESOLUTIONS – City Administrator John Pick

• Resolution No. 1682 - approving a policy on substantial conformance to be added to the City’s Enhanced Annexation Procedures and Principles 4a
• Resolution No. 1683 - authorizing residential permit parking on the 1100 block of Russell Avenue 4b

• Resolution No. 1684 - authorizing residential permit parking on the north side of the 300 block of Powell Avenue and to restrict parking on the south side of the 300 block of Powell Avenue 4c

7:15 p.m. PUBLIC HEARING – City Administrator John Pick
• Ordinance No. 2062 - road closures and dedication of right-of-way by Peninsula Regional Medical Center 5
7:30 p.m. CHARTER AMENDMENT – City Attorney Paul Wilber

• Resolution No. 1685 - amending 1) §SC6-6, Nomination, by moving the time frame for a candidate for public office to file a certificate of nomination with the City Clerk to on or before 4:30 p.m. on the eleventh Tuesday prior to the date for the General City Election; 2) §SC6-12, Vacancies, to call for a Special Election in case of a vacancy for any reason on the Council or in the Office of Mayor within the first forty-two months of the term and providing for appointment by Council with six months or less in the term; and 3) adding §SC6-15, Tie Elections, by creating a procedure for forwarding candidates from the Primary Election to the General Election who have an equal number of votes and for providing a Special Election for candidates with an equal number of votes for certain offices in the General Election 6

8:00 p.m. ORDINANCES – City Attorney Paul Wilber

• Ordinance No. 2063 - 1st reading – FY09 budget amendment for the Lemmon Hill Lane standpipe structural assessment 7a

• Ordinance No. 2064 - 1st reading – Westwood Commerce Park PDD 7b

• Ordinance No. 2065 - 1st reading – Water and Sewer Allocation Management Plan 7c


9:00 p.m. ADJOURN