Prohibiting Tocacco Products
Police & Fire Contracts
REGULAR MEETING AGENDA
July 6, 2015, 5:30 P.M.
City Hall Commission Chambers
106 N. 12th Street
3. Flag Salute.
4. Roll Call. -- Present: Garrett, Shafer, York & Francis + (Absent: Bateman)
5. Consideration and possible action relating to a request for Commission approval of the Consent Agenda. All matters listed under Consent are considered to be routine and will be enacted by one motion. Any Commissioner may, however, remove an item from the Consent Agenda by request. A motion to adopt the Consent Agenda is non-debatable.
Approval of Minutes from June 15, 2015 Regular Meeting.
Discussion and possible action concerning items removed from the Consent
Report from Carolyn Smith with the Collinsville Fair Board.
-- Carolyn reported on the historic Collinsville fair that will be held
August 20-21-22 this year. The small fair is one of the oldest in this
area and has evolved into mostly a livestock show with the Veterans
building unavailable (but there will be exhibits in the West Main Event
Center). The fair board is requesting the usual support from the city
for water, electricty, trash, and hanging the banner over Main Street
for the event attended last year by exhibitor (and associated shoppers)
from 28 different communities. They are also suggesting merchants have
sidewalk sales during the fair.
8. Discussion and possible action on agreement between Bob Cottingim and the City of Collinsville on Shooting Range for Police Department. -- No action was taken (pending some additional information on the site plan details and any potential for reclamation of the property) but the commission seemed in favor of the generous offer by Mr. Cottingim to build the facility (at his own expense) at the site of a former city firing range adjacent to the coal pits west of Ward Wiseman Animal Shelter (156th St. N. and 129th E. Ave). Use of the facility would be limited to law enforcement.
9. Discussion and possible action relating to closing a portion of the Public Alley in the general location of North and East of the Northeast corner of 12th Street and West Plum Street. -- After a lengthy discussion (with mostly concerns by Commissioner Garrett) there was no action on this item but the first reading below (under item 10) for the eventual "vacating" of the alley way, which would be followedby a lawsuit to further vacate city ownership to allow title to be available for future owners who would maintain the 1-way "private" street which 3 homes would face instead of facing south towards the trailer park. Twelve lots are in the planned development by Kyle Smalygo. Garrett said he had no issue with Smalyago who he commended for in-fill developments like this, but his concern was with the future owners of those homes who would have the responsibility to maintain the street. Garrett cited an issue with a similar situation with "private" streets in Prarieview being built incorrently years ago but now under city maintainence. The alley in question was platted in 1916 but never matrerialized.
10. First reading of Ordinance Number 894. -- wording from item 11 below was read (without the emergency clause) -- reference item 9 above.
11. Discussion and possible action to approve Ordinance Number 894, an Ordinance closing a portion of the public alley located in section 29, township 22 north, range 14 east, City of Collinsville, Tulsa County, Oklahoma, according to the us government survey thereof, said tract of land being more particularly described hereinafter, and retaining the rights of any holder of a franchise or others determined by the governing body to have a special right or privilege granted by ordinance or legislative enactment to maintain their existing utilities, and retaining the absolute right to reopen the portion of the public roadway without expense to the municipality; and declaring an emergency. -- no action
12. Discussion, consideration and possible action declaring Ordinance Number 894 an emergency for the purpose of preserving the public health, safety and/or peace making it effective immediately upon passage and publication. -- no action
13. First reading of Ordinance Number 891. (OMRF IRS language changes) -- first reading only for required IRS wording changes ... same for next two items
14. First reading of Ordinance Number 892. (OMRF IRS language changes)
15. First reading of Ordinance Number 893. (OMRF IRS language changes)
16. First reading of Ordinance Number 895. (Prohibiting Tobacco Products) -- first reading ... for possible action in 2 weeks -- to prohibit tobacco products on city owned property.
I left for the city park Independence
Day activities as the executive session below began at 6:36pm ...
so have no results to report for any items below -- Ted ======
Discussion and possible action on matters discussed in Executive Session.
Posted on City Hall Bulletin Board July 2, 2015 at 4:00 p.m.
1. Call to Order.
2. Roll Call.
3. Consideration and possible action relating to a request for Trustee approval of the Consent Agenda. All matters listed under Consent are considered to be routine and will be enacted by one motion. Any Trustee may, however, remove an item from the Consent Agenda by request. A motion to adopt the Consent Agenda is non-debatable.
--A Approval of
Minutes from June 15, 2015 Regular Meeting.
5. Public Work Directors Report.
|Ted Wright comments in purple.|