City Commission met Monday,
Feb. 19th (at the City Hall Community
Room, 106 N 12th Street) for a 7pm regular
meeting of the City Commission and Municipal Authority.
Collinsville Municipal Authority (Agenda): =====
1. Call to Order.
3. Roll Call --
all present except Pam Porter
Chairman Stan Sallee ___
Trustee Trent Rogers ___
Trustee Melodie Bateman ___
Trustee Pam Porter ___
Trustee 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 and item may request that it be removed from the Consent Agenda and
placed on the regular agenda. It will then be considered and discussed.
A. Approval of minutes
of the Collinsville Municipal Authority Regular Meeting of February 5, 2007.
B. Approval of disbursements and payroll.
C. Approval of supplemental appropriation to CMA fund of $2712.50. Payment
received for Industrial Park Review. (Cook & Assoc)
5. Discussion and action
on items removed from the Consent Agenda.-n/a
6. City Manager Report
-- Pam Polk reported on the following topics:
2025 amendment states all projects are to be completed by June 15, 2007
and funds to be spent by that date. Neither of the two remaining Collinsville
Vision 2025 projects (Main Street Beautification & City Park) are expected
to be completed by that date. About $130,000 of funds are in at risk. The
city is working for an extention to Nov. 2007 to cover the current planned
completion of the Main Street project by Land Plan which is Oct. 15. There
will be a meeting Feb. 28th for downtown merchants to learn more about the
details and schedules of that construction project.
received for the DEQ wastewater improvements ($1.3 million)
removed west of Fire/EMS building. City to pave later.
Street training at City Hall recently.
7. City Attorney Report
8. 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 foreseen
at the time of posting this agenda. -- none
Collinsville City Commission (Agenda): =====
1. Call to Order.
2. Roll call and declaration
of a quorum.
Mayor Stan Sallee _____
Commissioner Pam Porter -- absent
Commissioner Melodie Bateman _____
Commissioner Trent Rogers _____
Commissioner James Ridgon _____
3. CONSENT: All items listed under the Consent Agenda deemed to be routine
in nature by the governing body. They will be approved by one motion on 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 February 5, 2007 Regular meeting.
B. Approval of disbursements and payroll.
C. Cemetery Deeds: William J and Betty L Dibwig (2 spaces), Rick and/or Don
McGinnis (2 spaces).
D. Approval of Surety Bond for Kelly Young, appointed City Treasurer.
4. Discussion and action
on items removed from the Consent Agenda. -n/a
5. Discussion and possible action on Interlocal Agreement 2007. This agreement
is for jail services between the City of Owasso and the City of Collinsville.
-- The previous agreement had been at a payment rate
of $27 per day per prisioner. The new agreement asked for $45 per day per
prisioner. The final agreement at $40 each was approved.
6. Public Hearing Annexation
Ordinance 794: Public hearing, discussion and possible approval of Ordinance
794 pertaining to annexation of property contiguous to Stonegate Estates Subdivision
West on E. 142nd St. N. and 106th Ave. E. -- approved
with no public comment on the annexation of the 5.9 acres owned by Smalygo
7. Discussion and approval
of emergency clause pertaining to Ordinance 794.-- approved
8. Consideration and possible
approval of Ordinance 796, Amending Section 3 of Ordinance 775, changing the
Ward designation for territory annexed on March 20, 2006 from Ward I to Ward
IV. -- approved, this corrected an error in the previous
9. Consideration and possible
approval of emergency clause pertaining to Ordinance 796. --
10. Public Hearing CZ-166:
Public hearing, consideration and possible approval of Zoning Ordinance 795
on a request to rezone property located West of and abutting Stonegate Estates
Subdivision at E. 142nd St. N. more particularly described as a 5.99 acre
portion of the NE/4 Section 30 from AG Agriculture to RS-3, Single-Family
Residential District for single-family uses per Sections 400.3, 410, 430 and
1530 of the Collinsville Zoning Code. The subject property is located in Section
30 Township 22 North, Range 14 East and consists of 5.99 acres. --
approved with no public comment
11. Discussion and possible
approval of Emergency Clause pertaining to Ordinance 795. --
12. Public Hearing CZ-141: Public hearing, consideration and possible approval
of Zoning Ordinance 797 amending Sections 800 through 850 of the Collinsville
Zoning Code, Chapter 8, "Historic Preservation," defining historic
preservation commission, removing supplemental designation of existing civic
organizations to serve as historic preservation commission, specifying the
number of members of the commission and setting minimum requirements for historic
preservation commission membership: repealing all ordinances of parts of ordinances
in conflict herewith: declaring an emergency and declaring an effective date.
-- approved, this modified membership in a commission
that is not yet active for a district that does not yet exist. This is considered
a step in getting the city ready to move forward on those activities.
13. Discussion and possible approval of Emergency Clause pertaining to Ordinance
797. -- approved
14. Opening of sealed
bids for new pump truck for the Fire Department. Consideration and possible
action on acceptance of bids. -- 2 bids were recived
from the 7 requests that went out. Chief's bid totaled $201,491 and Pierce's
bid totaled $206,850. The commission voted to put action on hold until the
bid details were reviewed. The discussion also indicated that waiting for
another attempt at FEMA funds was also a strong possibility. Mayor Stan Salee
stated he had made multiple trips to Washington D.C. recently and had had
discussion with Senator Inhofe and US Rep. Boren (and others) expressing Collinsville's
disappointment in not getting a previous FEMA grant request. Collinsville
Fire Chief Russell Young expressed his disappointment if the city continues
to wait instead of ordering an existing available truck before tighter emission
restriction drive costs up further.
15. Discussion and update
on Vision 2025. -- no action ... see City Manager's
report above. City Attorney Ken Underwood indicated he did not yet know the
potential county timeline for deciding on the extension request.
POSTED 02/16/07 by Kelly Young, City Clerk
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