The Collinsville City
Commission met Monday, Nov. 15th
at 7pm (at the City Hall Annex, 1126 West Main) for the
regular meeting of the Municipal Authority and Commission.
COLLINSVILLE CITY COMMISSION REGULAR MEETING
All were present except
Commissioner Melodie Bateman.
1. Approval of Minutes of the Collinsville City Commission Regular Meeting
of November 1, 2004 and Minutes of the Collinsville City Commission Special
Meeting of November 10, 2004.
2. Approval of disbursements and payroll.
3. October Financial Reports
1. Consideration and possible
action to transfer $25,000.00 from the Sales Tax Reserve fund to the 1999
Sales Tax fund for the purpose of paying bonds and interest payments.(Approved)
2. Consideration and possible
action to transfer $42,000.00 from the Sales Tax Reserve to the General Fund
for the purpose of paying bills and cover overdraft. (Approved)
3. PUBLIC HEARING: Discussion
and possible approval of Ordinance 750 pertaining to annexation of the North
half of the NW quarter of Section 26, Township 22 N, Range 13 East of the
Indian Base and Meridian. (Approved)
4. Discussion and approval of emergency clause pertaining to ordinance 750.
5. Consideration and possible
approval of a Resolution 2004-09 finding that façade improvements achieve
a legitimate public purpose, finding that specific criteria are to be met
in reviewing and awarding matching grants and that adequate supervision and
audit controls are part of the administration of the Main Street Façade
Matching Grant Program.
Discussion). (Deferred to Dec 6)
6. Consideration and possible
approval of a private property owner façade easement agreement relating
to the Main Street Façade Matching Grant Program. (Deferred
to Dec 6)
7. Consideration and possible
approval, on a request by Greg Smith with Crossland Construction Company,
Inc., to close Center Street between 14th and 15th Streets from current date
to June 30, 2005 in order to complete construction at Collinsville Middle
8. Consideration and possible
approval of one-time pay increase for City Employees to be effective December
15, 2004. (Approved)
9. Report from EMS Director,
Elizabeth Sullivan, concerning recent changes in the EMS Department. (No
Action Required ... just status ... regarding mutual aid billing for Oologah
calls and having a second ambulance & crew available for 3 days a week.)
V. 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)
a) Approval of Minutes of the Collinsville Municipal Authority Regular Meeting
of November 1, 2004.
b) Approval of disbursements and payroll.
c) October Financial Report.
V. UNFINISHED BUSINESS
1. Acting City Manager
Report. (Status by Bob Wolfram on:
a) Trash complaints still dropping (from ~10% to 2% as customers get used
to new system). Expect written report from Waste Management on Dec. 6th. City
to clarify that start time for collection is 7am due to complaints of noise
as early as 6am. Will also seek to clarify limb pick up policy if bundled
b) Signal Project at 5th & Main. Protection bars have been added for the
expensive electronic signal equipment box next to the intersection. Future
improvements may be requested after final cost audit by ODOT
Vision project status: Fire/EMS building construction has been delayed by
rain 17-18 days. Bid packets have been sent out for City Hall rebuild. Bids
will be opened Dec. 1 (the 3rd anniversary of the fire). Discussions have
begun with former Mayor Jack Hodges on possible removal of the old building
at the lot adjacent to the new Fire/EMS building. A larger parking lot (and
other potential pocket park additions) would be shared by the city, library
& funeral home based on early plans. There will be a public meeting Nov.
23rd to review plans for downtown improvements to sidewalks, traffic lanes,
Appearance District boundaries have been set for 6 distinct corridors. The
citizens committee will meet again Nov. 22 to define draft standards.
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)