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Collinsville, Oklahoma

City Commission Meeting
Thursday, June 15, 2006
$7.2 Million City Budget Approved
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The Collinsville City Commission met Thursday, June 15th at 4pm (at the City Hall Community Room, 106 N 12th Street) for a special session of the City Commission and Municipal Authority.

Roll Call. (All Present except Trent Rogers)
Mayor/Chairman Stan Sallee ___
Commissioner/Trustee Brad Overholt ___
Commissioner/Trustee Pam Porter ___
Commissioner/Trustee Trent Rogers ___
Commissioner/Trustee Melodie Bateman ___

The only agenda topic was a public hearing and consideration/approval of the city's FY 2006-2007 budget.
-- The budget was approved for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2006 and ending June 30, 2007.

A summary of the budget funds follows:

General Fund Budgeted Revenue $1,995,773
General Fund Budgeted Expenditures $1,995,773
Sales Tax Reserve Fund Budgeted Revenue $270,000
Sales Tax Reserve Fund Budgeted Expenditures $0
Municipal Authority Budgeted Revenue $4,923,015
Municipal Authority Budgeted Expenditures $4,886,410
Capitol Improvement Fund Budgeted Revenue $1,000
Capitol Improvement Fund Budgeted Expenditures $0
1999 Sales Tax Fund Budgeted Revenue $332,663
1999 Sales Tax Fund Budgeted Expenditures $332,663

Details Within the General Fund
Budgeted Expenditures
Municipal Court
Animal Warden
Vehicle Maintenance
Park / Swim Pool

Details Within the Municipal Authority
Budgeted Expenditures
Swim Pool
Electric Operations
Civil Defense
Building/Code Enf
Community Planning
Non-Dept Misc
Professional Services
Water & Sewer Distribution
Water & Sewer Treatment

Additional item mentioned in budget discussion Thursday:
* City billing will switch from cards to 8.5x11 billing statements
* City is asking for quotes for new ambulance (both current ambulances have over 150,000 miles and both were out of service at same time for a few hours Wednesday June 14th)
* A grant for a new fire truck is in process
* FEMA grant for two additional firefighters is in process
* City needs a better loader (backhoe)
* Staff move + inmate labor for stepped up tree trimming activity is anticipated to cut line loss and storm outages.
* A bond election is likely for a new swimming pool but a splash pool might be possible sooner.
* No budget specifically for the Economic Development Authority

Anticipates a 4% ONG Franchise Fee