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The Collinsville City
Commission (& Municipal Authority) met Monday,
March 15 at 7pm (at the City Hall Annex) with the following agenda:
City Commission CONSENT
agenda items-- Approved
1. Discussion and possible
action regarding prohibiting the sale and/or consumption of alcohol or intoxicating
beverages on public right of ways.
Rev. Roger Brumley of Eastside
Baptist Church had requested this action from the City Commission in anticipation
of the annual Hog N' Hot Rods Show which has had outdoor beer sales and consumption
on Collinsville publics streets (in a designated event area) the past few
years. Rev. Brumley said he had a responsibility to the community to warm
them against the negative effects of alcoholic beverages
on our society (particularly our youth). Pastor Kelvin Limbocker (and several
other pastors) also spoke in favor of not allowing the alcoholic beverages
outside at this (or other) events. The commission deferred
action on the item, but requested the city attorney take a look at
the current city and state statutes relating to this topic. They will again
consider this topic at the next city meeting on April 5th. No one spoke in
favor of allowing outdoor beer sales.
2. Consideration and possible action on acceptance of donation of property
at 405 N. 9th St. for the purpose of establishing a public neighborhood park,
to be named, Charlie's Park, and to direct City Staff to prepare the necessary
plans and paperwork.
The city commission approved acceptance of the property
(at 9th & Walnut) on the condition that the abstract provide the city
a clear title to the property. The property is being donated by Curtis and
Esther Leach in memory of their late son, Charlie Leach. It is hoped the park
can be formally dedicated on April 8, 2004, commemorating Charlie's birthday.
Mr. & Mrs. Leach plan to provide much of the equipment for this neighborhood
park coordinating with city personnel on design and requirements. A half-court
basketball court is planned along with benches, picnic tables and a sand box.
3. Discussion and consideration to approve an emergency clause for proposed
Ordinance 744 (see item 4). -- Approved
4. Consideration and possible action to approve Ordinance 744, an Ordinance
relating to Finance and Budget Administration, Chapter 1, Sections 7-101 through
7-110 and Repealing Sections 7-101 through 7-109 of the Code of the Ordinances
of the City of Collinsville, Oklahoma, declaring an Emergency and declaring
an Effective Date.
-- Approved. This ordinance will allow the City Manager
(or his designee) to make purchases up to $10,000 without prior commission
approval (if other bid restrictions are met).
5. Consideration and possible approval of Vision 2025 Collinsville Downtown/Neighborhood
Funds Project and Collinsville City Hall Project.
--Approved (by Commissioners Sallee, Rogers &
Porter). This contract with the Tulsa County will allow Collinsville to start
the process of getting work paid for on the Collinsville City Hall project.
The description of the project (in the contract) is: "The
$2.3M from Vision 2025 is to rebuild the historic 1913 City Hall/Fire Station
destroyed by fire in December 2001. The orginal building will be rebuilt and
city functions such as administration, revenue collections, utility billing
and personnel will be conducted from this building. There will be a large
multi-purpose room for city commission meetings, city boards and authorities,
city court and community functions. The fire and emergency medical sevices
will be re-located in a new structure adjacent to the City Hall building to
create a campus for city operations in downtown Collinsville. Police operations
that were conducted out of the destroyed building were relocated in 2003 a
few blocks away and will not be part of the Vision 2025 funding."
The Collinsville Municipal
Authority (CMA) Agenda Follows:
a) Approval of Minutes of the Collinsville Municipal Authority Regular Meeting
of March 1, 2004; and Approval of Minutes of the Collinsville Municipal Authority
Special Session Meeting of March 8, 2004.
b) Approval of disbursements and payroll.
Approved by all trustees
VI. UNFINISHED BUSINESS
1. Consideration and possible action to approve payment to Collinsville Downtown,
Inc. in the amount of $1,500.00. This is installment 7 of 8.
--Approved (by Commissioners Sallee & Rogers)
Commissioner Porter voted no.
2. City Manager Report.
--Mike Tinker reported that bracing work on City
Hall could begin within a week. The other debris removal requires a 10-day
prior permit from the state. Meetings continue with the City Hall architect.
Sales Tax number were up in Feburary after a down month in January.
(City Sales tax for Feb was $70,334.35 and
Use tax was $2,014.14.) The stoplight at 12th
& Main remains a 4-way stop as the city electrical crew trys to get parts
for the decades old equipment.
-- Ted Wright 3/15/2004
These Scouts from Troop
44 (led by David Kirwin) attended the city commission meeting Monday March
first item on the city commission's agenda Monday was a preemptive strike
at the ever controversial
portion of the annual Hogs N' Hot Rod Show which is beer sales
outside during the event.
Brad Overholt was not in attendance.
the minutes of the March 8, 2004 Special Session of the CMA: The (only) bid
of $49,420 by Ark Wrecking was accepted for debris removal and structural stabilization
of City Hall. Trustees Sirmon, Rogers, Sallee and Overholt voted yes. Trustee
Porter voted no. The first phase will be stabilization.