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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Halloween Trick or Treat
Halloween trick or treat will be held Saturday, October 30th from 6:00-8:00. The costume parade will begin at 5:30 at Central School and the costume judging contest will begin at 6:00.
Recent Meeting Notes
- Guests Sarah Roddy was present to invite council and the public to an open house at the new Wayne County Boys and Girls Club (the old Pershing School), October 20th from 5:00-7:30.
- Guest Marty Wessler of Wessler Engineering discussed further plans for Phase 1 B at the Industrial Plant.
- Guest Mike Kleinpeter of Kleinpeter Consulting congratulated the town on being awarded an OCRA grant. The water project will be going out for bids mid January with the release of funds to be before May 10. A motion to approve Kleinpeter's Consulting Contract was approved by council to move forward.
- Corby Thompson of Krohn and Associates introduced the new 2021 water rates for the in town water customers. The rates are going up 42.5% and will be raised in two increments with the first increment to be before the end of 2021.
- Ordinance #9-2021 adopting the 2022 budget for the town was approved by council.
- Ordinance #10-2021, an amendment to the salary ordinance giving the police additional money for being an essential worker was approved. The bonus will be part of their 2022 pay, but will be paid from the CARES Act fund.
- Council approved application #3 in the amount of $41,948.65 to Midwest Paving Co. for the Community Crossings Project.
- Council also approved a personal donation for the fire department and the police department each receiving $100.00 each.
- Ken Risch and Mike Amick will begin working on a cost survey to bring back the horseshoe pits that used to be located in the park. Risch thinks the cost will be minimal and will bring figures back to council hopefully at the November meeting.
- Clerk Treasurer Sherry Ervin announced a FALL cleanup with RUMPKE has been set for Monday, November 8th. Guidelines will be posted online and in the Western Wayne news.
- Police Chief Richard Roberts received approval to hire Brian Jackson as a part time officer and also to hire Corey Jenkins as a Reserve officer.
- Council approved for South Plum Street from U.S. 40 to the town limits will be a "NO PARKING" area due to the new construction with the sewer plant.