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 Clean-Up Week

The Cambridge City Town Council has announced its annual clean-up week and encourages all residents to use the week prior to December 10, 2018 to clean up their properties. At no additional cost, Rumpke will pick up unlimited trash on December 10, 2018 with a few exceptions. Refrigerators, air conditioners, paint, and other hazardous liquids are not permitted. All furniture and mattresses must be completely wrapped in plastic. Paint will be accepted if it is in solid form. (Paint can be solidified by adding sawdust or kitty litter.) Yard waste and other loose materials must be bagged or bundled in four-foot bundles. Tree limbs and logs are not acceptable. There is a 75 lb. weight limit on items, as the items must be lifted by one man. If possible, place all trash in containers and use the red recycling boxes for all recyclables.

Please remember that this service is provided only for Cambridge City residents who pay for this service. Trash from other consumers is not allowed. Please be considerate of neighbors and place the trash in the regular pickup location on the evening of December 9 or early morning of December 10. Take pride in our community!

Leaf Collection Schedule

Leaf pick-up by town employees will begin Monday, October 22, 2018, and will run through November 30, 2018. Any leaves put out after November 30th will be the responsibility of the property owner or renter. Learn more.

Cambridge City Chamber of Commerce donates to Fire Department.

The Town accepted a $10,000 donation from the Cambridge City Chamber of Commerce to the fire department Christmas lights in the park. A motion passed to apply the donation towards the loan for the Winter Wonderland Christmas lights in Creitz Park.

Commitee Placements

President Mardis discussed the updated list of all council members who currently are on committees and discussed the need to replace any who have left the committees. Council member Dan Worl agreed to replace Mark McCarty on the Western Wayne Regional Sewage District. Worl also agreed to join the town’s Advisory Plan Commission. Mardis also advised Brenda McLane has agreed to take the open Democrat seat on the plan commission alongside Rebecca Spurgeon who has been appointed to replace the late Dr. Richard Amick for a Republican seat on the plan commission and also the Board of Zoning Appeals. One person has to serve on both commissions. The next meeting will be in January 2019.

Cambridge City Town Council Meeting video available courtesy of Whitewater Community Television