The Collinsville City
Commission met Monday, Dec. 19th
at 7pm (at the City Hall Annex, 1126 West Main) for
regular meeting of the City Commission and Municipal Authority.
Roll Call. (All
Chairman Stan Sallee ___
Vice- Chairman Brad Overholt ___
Trustee Pam Porter ___
Trustee Trent Rogers ___
Trustee Melodie Bateman ___
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 2, 2005.
b) Approval of disbursements and payroll.
1. City Manager Report
-- Pam Polk reported on the following topics:
Dildine (of Tulsa Divers) inspected the interior of the Collinsville water
tower to provide information for the city in an on going dispute with the
company that last painted the tower. A Jan. 10th arbitration meet is anticipated.
progress on the trash collection contract as the vendor (Waste Connection)
wants to wait til the first next year to respond to the contract offerred.
received from GRDA with information on a pending 2.88 mills per killowatt
grant being considered for improvements to senior citzen center / 4-H building
(currently the temp city hall) or any other eligible low-income area improvements.
turned off the phones at the temp city hall by mistake today thinking the
city offices had already moved to the rebuilt city hall.
right of way cleanup continues but still not meeting the Corporation Commission
mandate. The rail crossing improvements were to have been completed by December.
2. City Attorney Report
-- City Attorney Ken Underwood reported on the following
revised / approved in Tattershall arbitration ... just need signature to
resolution prepared for March 7, 2006 election for Mayor (2 years) and Ward
III and Ward IV commissioners for 4 year terms and the remaining 2 years
for Ward II. (see Commission consent agend item 3 and summary above right).
of 12th Street for a city plaza beside City Hall can be done with an ordinance
(instead of a district court action) as the street will remain in the public
3. Discussion, consideration and possible action concerning expanding utility
services West of City. -- City Manager Pam Polk deferred
this discussion again saying she had no new information and was still waiting
to hear from VVEC.
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
II. Roll Call.
Mayor Stan Sallee ___
Vice Mayor Brad Overholt ___
Commissioner Pam Porter ___
Commissioner Melodie Bateman ___
Commissioner Trent Rogers ___
III. CONSENT: All matters
under "Consent" are considered by the City Commission to be routine
and will be enacted by one motion. Any Commissioner may, however, remove an
item from consent by request.
1. Approval of Minutes of the December 2, 2005 regular meeting.
2. Approval of disbursements and payroll.
3. Resolution 2005 -11 Authorizing Mayor to call for Biennial election.
4. Supplemental appropriation to account 01-515-4001 of $695.05, grant money
received from Department of Agriculture for Fire Department.
5. Supplemental appropriation to account 01-540-2210 of $498.00, donation
from Ken Underwood for installation of basketball goals.
--Approved (with additional discussion on several item
2 & 5 line items requested by Commissioner Pam Porter).
1. First Reading of Ordinance
771 an annexation ordinance.
2. PUBLIC HEARING CZ-161
- Public hearing and consideration and possible approval of Zoning Ordinance
772 on a request to rezone property generally located at the SE/C of 136th
St N and 129th East Ave., from AG Agriculture District to RS-3 Single Family
Residential District for single-family dwelling uses per Sections 400.1, 410,
430.1 and 1530 of the Collinsville Zoning Code. The subject property is located
in Section 28, Township 22 North, Range 14 East and consists of 77.71 acres.
-- Approved (with Mayor Sallee excusing himself from the proceedings). Drainage
onto property north of the planned development was the main issue discussed
in the planning phase as a continuation of previous Southfork and Herald Elementary
drainage issues in the area.
3. Consideration and possible
approval of Emergency Clause pertaining to Ordinance 772. --
4. Consideration and possible
approval of Revised Vision 2025 budget. -- Approved
(includes latest revisions for Fire/EMS and City Hall projects).
5. Consideration and possible
approval of third nominee to Personnel Board. -- Deferred
6. Consideration and possible
action on appointment of Ward II Planning Commissioner.
VI. NEW BUSINESS
1. Consideration of any
new business, which can be considered an emergency, to come before the City
Commission not known about or which could not have been reasonably anticipated
at the time of posting this agenda. -- None