Collinsville City Commission
met Monday, Sept. 19th at 7pm (at the City Hall Annex,
1126 West Main) for a regular meeting of the City Commission and Municipal
I. Call to Order. TIME:
II. Roll Call: (All Present): Mayor Stan Sallee,
Vice Mayor Gail Rogers, Commissioner Pam Porter, Commissioner Melodie Bateman,
and Commissioner Brad Overholt.
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 Collinsville City Commission Regular Meeting
of September 6, 2005.
2. Approval of disbursements and payroll.
IV. UNFINISHED BUSINESS
1. Consideration and possible
approval of an agreement between the Baptist Church, Collinsville Funeral
Home and the City of Collinsville for joint use of parking lot west of Fire/EMS
facility. -- Discussion ... but no action yet as the
agreement is still in draft form. The agreement would remove the former gas
station at the corner of 13th and Main (next to the Funeral Home, Baptist
Church, Library and Fire/EMS building) and create parking for use by all on
a shared basis. The property is owned by Jack Hodges of the Collinsville Funeral
Home. Hodges would like to limit the term of the agreement (15-20 years) in
case he sells the property later. The length of that term would determine
if Vision 2025 funds could be used or not.
2. PUBLIC HEARING: ZONING
ORDINANCE 768 /CZ- 160 - AG to IM - Public hearing, consideration and possible
approval of Zoning Ordinance 768 on a request to rezone property located on
the north side of 126th S. N. approximately 3/4 mile west of Garnett Rd -
Hearn Family Trust, AG Agriculture District to IM Industrial Moderate District
for industrial uses per Sections 700.1, 700.3, 730 and 1530 of the Collinsville
Zoning Code. The subject property is located in Section 31 Township 22 N,
Range 14 East and consists of 10 acres. The Planning Commission held a Public
Hearing on September 15, 2005 and hereby transmits CZ-160 to the City Commission
with a recommendation for approval. -- Approved
3. FINAL PLAT APPROVAL/ACCEPTANCE
OF IMPROVEMENTS - Cooper Crossing - A 51 lot residential addition to the City
of Collinsville on 50.979 acres; the Planning Commission approved the plat
and transmitted to the City Commission on September 15, 2005 having found
the plat meets all requirements of the Subdivision Regulations as inspected
by the City Engineer. Maintenance Bonds, as built inspection records/drawings
and utility releases have been submitted and approved by Staff. Staff recommends
approval of the Final Plat for Cooper Crossing as submitted. --
Approved -- the housing addition is south of
Highway 20 between Yale and Sheridan. Most of the discussion releted to city
inspection and approval of culverts in the addition.
4. Consideration and possible approval to close Main Street from 9th to 14th
Streets from 10:30 am to noon on November 11, 2005 for the purpose of the
Annual Veterans Day Parade. -- Approved
5. Consideration and possible
approval to close Main Street from 9th to 14th Streets from 5:00 pm to 7:00
pm on October 29, 2005 for the purpose of the Annual Halloween parade. --
Approved with the date changed to Monday Oct.
31 due to conflict with elementary football games Saturday. The
requests for items 4 & 5 were made by Marie Gillispie.
6. Consideration and possible approval of Personnel Board nominations.
-- deferred to later meeting
7. Consideration and possible
approval of revised Vision 2025 budget for City Hall/Fire/EMS complex. --
Approved ... with adjustments from previous approval for landscaping and removal
of a few duplicate items ... still under budget.
8. Consideration and possible
approval of compensation for Interim City Manager for contractual services
performed for the City of Collinsville from March 28, 2005 through July 24,
2005. -- A $1,000 per month compensation was approved
for Bob Wolfram who did double duty as City Planner and City Manager (without
a contract) after the death of Jim Whitlock.
V. EXECUTIVE SESSION
1. Consideration and possible
action to go into Executive Session to discuss and possibly take action on
a.. Confidential communication
with City Attorney regarding pending investigations, proceedings, claims and
litigation as allowed by O.S. 25, 307 (b) (4).
· John Tattershall
· Tort Claim - Jimmy Coday
· Lease Agreements
2. Possible actions on
items considered in Executive Session.
-- Unknown action following executive session ... I
left to work on other web pages -- Ted
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. -- Uknown
I. Roll Call: --
II. 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 September 6, 2005
b) Approval of disbursements and payroll.
III. UNFINISHED BUSINESS
1. City Manager Report.
-- Pam Polk reported on the Corporation Commission inspection
and followup comtempt proceedings against SK&O for the buildings and oil
tanks that remain on the rail right of way well beyond the July deadline.
Pam indicated she had been contacted by Brad Snow of SK&O and some action
on the buildings was likley in the next 20 days.
The contempt topic will likely be on the Corporation Commission docket by
the end of October.
-- A hand held computer will be purchased for meter reading
-- The hybrid car will be here soon
-- Waste water report will be made in October
-- Pam congratulated Mayor Sallee who was selected as "Mayor of the Year"
in Oklahoma for communities under 5000. The mayor commented he considered
it a community award and thanked all the people that helped make it possible.
VI. Consideration of
any new business, which can be considered an emergency, to come before the
known about or which could not have been reasonably anticipated at the time
of posting this agenda. -- None
POSTED 9/16/05, Karen Randell-Clark, City Clerk
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by Ted Wright