The Collinsville City
Commission met Monday, June 7th at
7pm (at the City Hall Annex) for the regular meeting of the Municipal Authority
and Commission. Commissioner Bateman was absent.
Selected City Commission
1. Discussion and possible action regarding conceptual plans from Jim Graber,
Architect concerning the City Hall/Fire/EMS project.
The Commission approved proceeding with designs. Bids
for the Fire/EMS building might be ready for bids in about 2 weeks. Bids for
the City Hall building might be ready for bids in 60-90 days.
2. Public Hearing on the
proposed 2004 - 2005 fiscal year budget.
3. Close Public Hearing
and open discussion by Collinsville City Commission regarding proposed 2004
- 2005 fiscal year budget.
4. Consideration and possible
action to award Solid Waste contract.
The Solid Waste bid was rejected and will be re-bid
with several alternatives, including residential once weekly with hauler providing
polycarts, once weekly with City providing polycarts and looking at multi-year
contracts with a contractor to (hopefully) get more competitive bids.
5. Discussion and possible
action approving a Policy and Procedures Manual for the Collinsville Police
Reserve Unit. Approved
6. Discussion and possible
action on Resolution 2004-07 regarding to a flashing speed sign in the area
of Highway 20 & Collinsville High School. Cory Slagle
discussed the school's attempts (for several years) to get warning lights
in front of the high school on State Highway 20. Slagle indicated that many
motorist on the highway fail to notice they are in a school zone and the safety
of not only high school students and teachers are at risk but also elementary
and middle school students that are on the buses that stop at the high school.
The Oklahoma Department of Transportation (ODOT) has finally agreed to install
the lights which will cost $20K if the school or city comes up with 20% ($4K).
The city tabled this item to their next meeting while they pursue funding
options with state officials.
7. Discussion and Consideration
of appointing a Planning Commissioner for the Ward 1 appointment. Leslie
Russell was approved to fill the seat vacated by Gary Johnson's resignation.
8. Discussion on possible
Zoning Code Text Amendment relating to required separation for sexually-oriented
businesses. City Planner Erik Enyart requested direction
from the commission on following the lead of Tulsa, Bixby and Owasso who have
already approved 1000 foot set back requirements for sexually-oriented business
from schools, churches and other establishments frequented by children (e.g.
Libraries and daycare centers). Jenks and Catoosa are currently considering
similar changes. Without a formal vote, the commission provided direction
to Enyart to draft a Collinsville zoning code to increase the seperation from
500 to 1000 feet.
V. EXECUTIVE SESSION
1. Consideration and possible action to go into Executive Session to discuss
a) Collective bargaining negotiation updates with local FOP Lodge 166 and
Local 3310 IAFF as allowed by O.S. 25, 307 (b) (2).
· 2004/2005 Contract
2. Discussion and possible
action concerning Local 3310 IAFF 2004/2005 contract. The
commission approved the new 1 year contract with the Collinsville fire fighters.
Selected CMA Topics:
Same budget hearing and discussion as above ...
City Manager's Report