The Collinsville City
Commission met Monday, Dec. 20th
at 7pm (at the City Hall Annex, 1126 West Main) for the
regular meeting of the Municipal Authority and Commission
with all present.
COLLINSVILLE CITY COMMISSION REGULAR MEETING
1. Approval of Minutes of the Collinsville City Commission Regular Meeting
of December 6, 2004 and Minutes of the Collinsville City Commission Special
Meeting of December 10, 2004 and Minutes of the Collinsville City Commission
Special Meeting of December 15, 2004.
2. Approval of disbursements and payroll.
3. November Financial Report.
4. Cemetery Deeds.
1. PUBLIC HEARING: CZ-154/PUD
1- Public hearing and consideration of possible approval of Zoning Ordinance
752 on a request to rezone property, generally located in the SE/C of S.H.
20 (146TH St. N.) and N. Sheridan Road (65th E. Ave.), from AG to CS, RE and
PUD for commercial and residential uses per Sections 410, 610 and 910.1 of
the Collinsville Zoning Code. The subject property is located in Section 26,
Township 22 North, Range 13 East and consists of 80.55 acres. --
Approved ... Mayor Sallee removed himself from the discussion & action
on items 1 & 2. Jeff Tuttle, architect for owners D.G. & S. answered
question for the commission. He indicated D.G. & S. plans to provide an
extra lane for entry and exit from the housing addition onto busy Highway
20. The 80 acre addition (Cooper Mill) plans 92 estate sized lots and later
plans for commercial development at Sheridan and Highway 20 in the NW corner
of the development. There was no public comment on this zoning change which
had already passed thru public hearings in the Planning Commission process.
2. Discussion and possible
approval of an Emergency Clause pertaining to Ordinance 752. --
3. Consideration and possible approval of Resolution 2004-10 endorsing the
submission of a transportation enhancement application to the State of Oklahoma
Department of Transportation for enhancements to pedestrian ways for a two
block portion of Main Street within the Central Business District.
Keith Franklin of Landplan Consultants, Inc. provided
details of the enhancements planned for the 2-blocks of Main between 10th
& 12th Street. The application will go to ODOT by Jan. 3rd, 2005. If ODOT
approves the application they will provide approximately $407K in grants to
match Collinsville's $191K from Vision & city funds. The city won't know
until April or May if ODOT will provide funds. Construction would not begin
until about Feb. 2006 at the earliest according to Franklin.
4. Consideration and possible
approval of Resolution 2004-1, authorizing and directing the Mayor to execute
a Project Maintenance Agreement with the Oklahoma Department of Transportation
for Project No. STPY-172A(274)TR, Job Piece No. 21954(04), School Zone Message
Signs with Flashing Beacons along SH-20 near the Collinsville High School.
--Approved ... the school zone would run from the east
edge of the cemetery to the near the nursing home on either side of the high
school. School zone message signs with flashing beacons along Highway 20 are
part of the ODOT design. (related
IV. EXECUTIVE SESSION
Executive Session to
discuss the following:
with City Attorney regarding pending investigations, proceedings, claims and
litigation as allowed by O.S. 25, 307 (b) (4).
· Tort Claim - Debra Shepherd
· Tort Claim - Dale Gross
· Tort Claim - James Fugate
No action taken on return to open session
VI. NEW BUSINESS -- None
Collinsville Municipal Authority Agenda:
IV. CONSENT: All matters
under "Consent" are considered by the Authority to be routine and
will be enacted by one motion. Any Trustee may, however, remove an item from
consent by request.
a) Approval of Minutes of the Collinsville Municipal Authority Regular Meeting
of December 6, 2004.
b) Approval of disbursements and payroll.
V. UNFINISHED BUSINESS
1. Acting City Manager
Report.(Note: This was Bob Wolfram's final meeting as
acting city manager with Jim Whitlock taking over in January):
* Holiday trash schedule & extra manual
pickup outside polycarts
* Multiple Vision 2025 related projected
* Expect Corporation Commission legal action
* Cemetery building has electricity,
plumbing and interior refurbishing.
VI. Consideration of any
new business, which can be considered an emergency, to come before the Authority
not known about or which could not have been reasonably anticipated at the
time of posting this agenda. -- None