The Collinsville City
Commission met Monday,
Nov. 6th at 7pm (at the City Hall
Community Room, 106 N 12th Street) for a regular meeting of the
City Commission and Municipal Authority.
Note: I have just sumarized the CMA agenda
but have a complete commission agenda below.
Collinsville Municipal Authority (Agenda): =====
Pam Porter, Melodie Bateman, James Rigdon & Stan Sallee were present.
Trustee Trent Rogers was absent.
* Swearing in of James
Rigdon as Ward IV commissioner / trustee (on commission agenda).
* Consent agenda including appropriations -- approved
* City Manager's report -- Pam Polk reported on the
Rower hire for street department.
Wells back from maternity leave.
received from water tower paint law suit.
Energy held an ethenol meeting in the city hall meeting room Oct. 25-26.
Cunningham has the Christmas decorations revamped and ready to go the week
of Thanksgiving (including the tree fixtures that go on the poles).
has funded new trees at Hwy 169 off ramp.
- A grant
is in works for revamping the fair barns and possible the Depot Museum.
Inmate labor will be utilized.
Cablevision has raised lines in the alleys to allow better trash pickup.
SBC lines still to be done.
soon with Darling Internation about propertry donation.
Bartlesville Lions Club is planning a Nov. 13th meeting here to organize
a Collinsville Lions Club.
offices will be closed Friday for Veterans Day.
has been poured for new recycle center.
sessions planned for next two Wednesdays for city commissioners to discuss
new city logo and city clerk interviews.
* City Attorney report -- Ken Underwood said the new
hotel/motel tax ordinance was ready for review by the commissioners.
* Discussion and possible
action concerning final plans and specification for wastewater plant expansion.
-- Jay Updike presented information on the on-going
efforts to improve Collinsville waste water plant to meet the DEQ consent
order. A disc filter system has been demonstrated twice on the Collinsville
system which would be one of the first approved by the DEQ for a system this
size. The appllication process continues for a project with a $1.3 million
project which is projected to cover growth for about 15 years.
* Presentation of proposal for State Highway 20 corridor wastewater study.
Updike followed up on individual (per household) grinder pump stations that
had been presented to the comprehensive plan steering committee July 27th.
The systems are expected to be cheaper than gravity systems alone. Bartlesville
has studied the same system and expects to use it for the strip of land conecting
to the Wal-Mart Distribution Center. Muskogee already uses the system.
Collinsville City Commission (Agenda): =====
* Consent Agenda. --
* Discussion and possible action concerning appointment of Ward I Planning
Commissioner to complete the term of Leslie Russell (who had resigned)
* Discussion and possible action concerning lump sum payment to Phil
Glover from the Oklahoma Municipal Retirement Fund.
Public hearing and possible action on changing the zoing on the SE corner
of 15th & Main from residential to light office. --
action deferred two times before
1. Call to Order. TIME:
2. Swearing in and oath
of office of James Rigdon as City Commissioner representing Ward IV. --
see photo above
3. Roll call and declaration
of a quorum.
Mayor Stan Sallee ___
Commissioner Pam Porter ___
Commissioner Melodie Bateman ___
Commissioner Trent Rogers ___(absent)
Commissioner James Rigdon ___
4. CONSENT: All items
listed under the Consent Agenda are deemed to be routine in nature by the
governing body. They will be approved by one motion of the governing body.
Items on the consent agenda will not be discussed. Any member desiring to
discuss an item may request that it be removed from the Consent Agenda and
placed on the regular agenda. It will then be discussed and considered.
A. Approval of minutes
of the October 16, 2006 regular meeting.
B. Approval of disbursements and payroll.
C. Cemetery Deeds: Steven and Donna Loffer, 2 spaces, and Jim G. Milsap, 1
D. Supplemental appropriation of $189.07 to General Fund Account #01-515-2000
from the Oklahoma Department of Emergency Management.
4. Discussion and action
on items removed from the Consent Agenda.--n/a
5. Discussion and possible
action concerning appointment of Ward I Planning Commissioner to complete
the term of Leslie Russell. -- Lawrence Yuhl was nominated
6. Discussion and possible
action concerning lump sum payment to Phil Glover from the Oklahoma Municipal
Retirement Fund. -- approved
7. CONTINUED PUBLIC HEARING CZ-164: Public hearing from October 2, 2006 and
consideration of possible approval of Zoning Ordinance 791 on a request to
rezone property located at the southeast corner of South 15th Street and West
Main Street more particularly described as Lot 4, Block 55, Collinsville Cherokee
Nation Indian Territory Tulsa County from RS-3, Single-Family Residential
District to OL Low Intensity Office District for office-office commercial
uses per Sections 510, 520.1, 530 and 1530 of the Collinsville Zoning Code.
The subject property is located in Section 29, Township 22 North, Range 14
East and consists of .20767 acres. -- approved after
parking concerned had been addressed.
8. Discussion and possible
approval of Emergency Clause pertaining to Ordinance 791. --
9. 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
10. ADJOURNMENT. TIME:
POSTED 11/03/06 by Angela
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