CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF BATH, MAINE
Wednesday, April 3, 2013 6:00pm
City Council Chambers, Bath City Hall
Residents of the City of Bath are always welcome to meetings of the Bath City Council. After the Consent Agenda at each meeting, there is time for residents to address the Council on any matter of concern or interest, whether the Council will be considering that matter during the meeting or not; after each agenda item is introduced, there will be a time for residents to speak on that particular agenda item. If you wish to address the Council, please raise your hand, and when recognized by the Chairman, move to the lectern or microphone and give your name and address to speak.
If, at any other time during the meeting, any member of the public wishes to speak on a specific item under consideration by the Council at that time, he or she may do so by a majority consent of the Council.
We encourage your comments and views, and appreciate your participation in your local government.
A. Pledge of Allegiance
B. Roll Call
Presentation to Lieutenant Stanley K. Cielinski of the Bath Police Department for his 24 years of service to the City of Bath.
Presentation by Jamie Ribisi-Braley, Development Specialist and Volunteer Coordinator for Spectrum Generations.
C. Consent Agenda:
(Items as marked with an asterisk (*) on the agenda shall be considered routine matters not requiring debate. In the case of items marked with an asterisk, the motion as stated in parenthesis following the items on the agenda shall be considered to have been passed by the City Council as part of the Consent Agenda. Any Councilor wishing to have any item so marked with an asterisk removed from the Consent Agenda shall have the unlimited right to do so at any time prior to the vote by Council on the Consent Agenda. If such an item is removed from the Consent Agenda, it shall be dealt with in the normal course of the meeting.)
*1) Minutes of the previous meetings of March 6 and March 20, 2013 Council (motion to Accept as Presented)
D. Time Devoted to Residents to Address The City Council:
E. Ordinances, Orders, and Resolutions:
2) Order: Regarding Maintenance of Butler Head Road
3) Order: Formation of the Universal Broadband for Bath Committee
4) Resolution: Opposing the Governor’s Proposed Biennial State Budget to the Extent that it Shifts the Burden of Funding State Government to the Municipal
F. Petitions & Communications:
G. City Manager’s Report:
H. Committee Reports:
I. Unfinished Business
5) Discussion of “Fields of the Future” project.
J. New Business: