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Friday, October 25, 2013

CITY COUNCIL AGENDA October 28, 2013 6:00 p.m.

Government Office Building Room 301

Times shown for agenda items are estimates only.

6:00 p.m. CALL TO ORDER

6:01 p.m. WELCOME/ANNOUNCEMENTS

6:03 p.m. INVOCATION/MEDITATION AND PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

6:05 p.m. CERTIFICATES OF RECOGNITION – Mayor James P. Ireton, Jr.

 Salisbury University Women’s Lacrosse Team

6:15 p.m. COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION PRESENTATION

 Stacey Weisner - Delmarva Zoological Society (DZS)

6:25 p.m. ADOPTION OF LEGISLATIVE AGENDA

6:28 p.m. CONSENT AGENDA – City Clerk Kim Nichols

 October 7, 2013 work session minutes

 October 7, 2013 closed session minutes (separate envelope)

 October 14, 2013 regular meeting minutes

 Resolution No. 2345 - appointing Lynne Pollitt Bratten to the Housing Board of Adjustments & Appeals for a term ending 8/31/2017

 Resolution No. 2346 - appointing Michael Ian Welker to the Friends of Poplar Hill Mansion Board of Directors for a term ending 10/31/2016

 Resolution No. 2347 – appointing David A. Plotts to the City Park Committee for a term ending 10/31/2016

6:35 p.m. AWARD OF BIDS – Internal Services Director Keith Cordrey 2

 Caprice Police Patrol Vehicles Contract 103-14

 Lease Services for Refuse Truck Contract RFP 01-14

 Purchase of Refuse Truck

 Waverly Drive Water Quality Inlets Contract 115-13

6:45 p.m. ORDINANCES – City Attorney Mark Tilghman

 Ordinance No. 2263 – 1st reading - approving an amendment of the FY14 General Fund budget to revise positions in the Internal Services Department

 Ordinance No. 2264 – 2nd reading – approving a budget amendment of the FY13 General Fund to appropriate funds received from the Speed Camera Program to purchase eight (8) Glock training handguns for simunitions training

Ordinance No. 2265 - 1st reading - amending Chapter 15.27 Property Maintenance Habitual Offender of the Salisbury Municipal Code. These amendments strengthen the original legislation by lowering the threshold by which a property owner can be designated a chronic nuisance property owner

 Ordinance No. 2266 - 1st reading – approving an amendment of the FY14 General Fund budget to adjust the City’s Pay Plan with new rates assigned to grades and steps

 Ordinance No. 2267 - 1st reading – approving an amendment of the FY14 General Fund budget to adjust position grade assignments

 Ordinance No. 2268 - 1st reading – approving an amendment of the FY14 General Fund, Water & Sewer Fund, and Parking Fund budgets to appropriate funds to cover increases in employee compensation

7:30 p.m.

PUBLIC COMMENTS

7:35 p.m.

ADJOURNMENT

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

5 budget amendments...not counting police because it is neutral...that increase spending. The new fiscal year just started in July. This is very poor oversight by Ireton, Day, and Mitchell. ALL of these items should have been included in the proposed budget and considered in the context of their importance to the city's other operating needs. That's how a budget and we'll run city should work. I believe that Ireton purposely held up the salary study until after budget.

Anonymous said...

WOW!! If there isn't any tax paying citizens at this meeting complaining about increasing positions and spending then you idiot get what you deserve.