Salisbury City Council Meeting | March 22, 2021


PROCLAMATION – City Administrator / Acting Mayor Julia Glanz
• 100th Anniversary of Success Temple #154, Improved Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks of the World, Inc.


CONSENT AGENDA – City Clerk Kimberly Nichols
• February 22, 2021 Council Meeting Minutes
• February 22, 2021 Closed Session Minutes (e-mailed separately)
• March 1, 2021 Work Session Minutes
• Resolution No. 3096- approving the appointment of Ley Rideout to the Sustainability
Advisory Committee for term ending March 2024
AWARD OF BIDS – Procurement Director Jennifer Miller
• Award of Contract
o ITB 21-118 Park WTP Window Restoration & Office Construction
RESOLUTION – City Administrator / Acting Mayor Julia Glanz
• Resolution No. 3097- appointing the law firm of Cockey, Brennan & Maloney, P.C. as
City Solicitor
ORDINANCES – City Attorney Mark Tilghman

• Ordinance No. 2656- 1st reading- to amend Title 5-Business Licenses and Regulations of
the Salisbury Municipal Code by adding Chapter 5.53 in order to place a limit on third- party restaurant delivery fees and to protect the third-party driver’s income during the current COVID-19 pandemic

• Ordinance No.2657- 1st reading- to accept federal grant funding from the Governor’s Office of Crime Control and Prevention (GOCCP) in the amount of $15,000.00 for Grant BJAG-2019-0001, National Incident Based Reporting System (NIBRA) training, and amending the Grant Fund budget to appropriate these grant funds for NIBRS training

• Ordinance No. 2658- 1st reading- accepting grant funds from the Maryland State Office of Crime Prevention, Youth, and Victim Services in the amount of $24,000.00 under the FY21 Police Recruitment and Retention Program (PRAR) and amending the Grant Fund budget to appropriate these grant funds for payment of retention bonuses to eligible Salisbury Police Officers
• Ordinance No.2659 – 1st reading- to abandon an area of land being the alley connecting Washington Street and Eastern Shore Drive

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