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Copyright 2006 -- Collinsville, Oklahoma
Chamber of Commerce
Dec. 7, 2006
Of The City Report To Chamber
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City Manager & Mayor Spoke On City Accomplishments & Challenges
City Status Coverage:
The initial order of Chamber
business Thursday was election of 2007 officers including Terry Due (president),
Bill Roten (president elect), Stacy Brown (vice president) and Billie Francis
(Sec-Tres). The installation of officers will take place at the awards banquet
Jan. 20th. Cherokee Chief Chad Smith will be the leynote speaker at that banquet.
The two charts at right
show just a sample of the City of Collinsville topics and accomplishments
discussed by City Manager Pam Polk at the Chamber's monthly meeting Dec. 7th.
Pam reported that both a Quick Trip and a Sonic have announced plans to open
in the future within the Collinsville sales tax area at Highway 75 & 20
west of town. Pam also reported that Kelly Young had been hired as the new
city clerk reporting Dec. 21st.
Detailed status on several
pending projects is still sketchy. Mayor Sallee reported material delivery
for the Broadway bridge is scheduled for Jan 2007. City Manager Polk reported
the TEA-21 Downtown Beautification construction might begin in Feb. 2007.
Mayor Stan Sallee reported
he is building a "wish list" of Collinsville needs for an upcoming
appropriations "lobbying" trip to Washington, D.C. Three examples
given were a jail, a fire truck and an ambulance. The Mayor also reported
City employees logged 70 hours of overtime clearing streets during the recent