The Cambridge City Town Council meets the second Monday of each month in the City Building. The meetings are open to the public.
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Cambridge City Drinking Water Quality Report
Cambridge City Water Works is pleased to present this year’s Drinking Water Quality Report. This report is designed to keep you informed about the quality of your drinking water over the past year. Our goal is to provide you, the customer, with a safe and dependable supply of drinking water.
Fire Station Extreme Makover
Beth Leisure presented the donations to the fire station for the Chamber of Commerce "Extreme Makeover." The total amount presented and received by council $39,525.00.
Wayne Bailey and Melanie Douglas of Commonwealth Engineers, held a public hearing for the USDA pre-development grant. The application is seeking financial assistance in the form of a planning grant to evaluate needed water system improvements. There were no questions asked from the public so the public hearing was closed at 6:10 p.m.
- A public hearing was held for the 2020 Budget. A list of the budget amounts were passed out to council members and they were told taxes will not increase for the 2020 year. Since there were no questions or comments for the budget public hearing, this was closed at 6:14 p.m.
- Jenny Kress from RMD insurance met with council to discuss new applications for employees and next year's insurance plan. Kress was estimating a 17% increase on the renewal and once she receives applications back from the employees, she'll send these to other carriers hoping for a better premium.
- October 21 (Monday) will be a fall cleanup with RUMPKE. For a detailed list of what can be set out for trash pickup, anyone can call the city building 478-3522 for more information.
- Police Chief Richard Roberts received approval for School Resource Officer Christa Brown to have 12 weeks off without pay for her maternity leave. Richard's staff will work hours at the school while Christa is on leave and will be paid their overtime amount.