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Collinsville, Oklahoma

City Commission Meeting
Oct. 2, 2006
Rezoning Tabled For 15th & Main
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The Collinsville City Commission met Monday, Oct. 2nd at 7pm (at the City Hall Community Room, 106 N 12th Street) for a regular meeting of the City Commission and Municipal Authority.

Ted Note: with the city clerk position vacant ... I didn't get my normal digital copy of the agenda (again). The official copy of the agenda is posted outside city hall ... and I will just sumarize below.

====== Collinsville Municipal Authority (Agenda): =====

All were present (with the Ward 4 seat vacant).
* Consent agenda including appropriations ... approved

* City Manager's report -- Pam Polk reported on:

* City Attorney report

====== Collinsville City Commission (Agenda): =====

* Consent Agenda. -- approved ... included payment for the 2 new police units and security improvements for the water plant

* Discussion and possible action concerning appointment of Ward I Planning Commissioner to complete the term of Leslie Russell (who had resigned) -- action deferred to next meeting.

* Discussion and possible action on the gift of property from Darling International (2.89 acres at the former recycling center at 156th and 5th). Action deferred on concern with wording relating to the possibility of city liability if any toxic material is ever found there.

* Public hearing and possible action on changing the zoing on the SE corner of 15th & Main from residential to light office. -- action was tabled pending more information on planned use and how much parking would be required for that use. The owner (Martin Fisher) was not present to answer commission questions.

* The commission went into executive session to discuss the claim of Jeremiah Wallave with the city attorney.

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