Senior Citizens Meal Program Presentation
Final Plat of Mallard Landing
1. Call to Order.
3. Flag Salute.
4. Roll Call. -- Present: Shafer, York, Francis & Garrett -- (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 May 16, 2016 Regular Meeting and April 12,
2016 Work Session.
Discussion and possible action concerning items removed from the Consent
Special recognition to Captain Daniel Boggs. --
Coverage) -- A proclamation was read in appreciation for Capt.
Bogg's service to the city and citizens.
Presentation on Senior Citizens Meal Program. --
Marie Gilespie reported that the meals program for Collinsville Senior
Citizens (at Cardinal Heights) would be ending by July 1, 2016 due
to state/federal budgets cuts (at the agency which has provided the
meal service for about the past 30 years). As an alternative the Collinsville
senior citizens may end up being bussed to a similar program in Owasso
for noon meals (which is apparently funded by the City of Owasso).
Collinsville had been providing the meals for about 40-50 (including
Owasso). There is also concern that the bus and driver future funding.
That bus' funding was tied to providing meals (and other transportation
such as doctors visits and shopping trips for the seniors). It was
not clear what (if anything) the City of Collinsville could do to
help, but Marie wanted the city to be aware of the significant change.
Gillespie did say that qualified shut-ins would continue to receive
meals but they would receive the weeks worth of frozen meals on Monday
instead of heated meals delivered daily.
9. First reading of Ordinance Number 902. -- With not all members present to vote on an emergency, the first reading only of item 10 (below) was read by the city clerk (without the emergency clause).
10. Discussion and possible action to adopt Ordinance Number 902, an ordinance accepting, adding and annexing to the City of Collinsville, Tulsa County, Oklahoma, all that certain real estate being more particularly described hereinafter; providing that said real estate shall be part of the City of Collinsville, Oklahoma, and all persons residing therein, if any, and all property situated therein, shall be subject to the jurisdiction, control, laws and ordinances of the City of Collinsville, Oklahoma; directing notification, and declaring an emergency. (West of North Memorial Drive on South side of Highway 20.) -- skipped
11. Discussion and possible action declaring Ordinance Number 902 an emergency for the purpose of preserving the public health, safety and/or peace making it effective immediately upon passage and publication. -- skipped
Discussion and possible action to approve Final Plat of Mallard Landing.
(6.21 acres North of West Maple on the East side of North 19th Street.)
Approved -- Jackie
and Brady Stephens were present to represent their development of
6 lots (approx. 1 acre each with an existing pond) on the recently
cleared property about a block north of Wilson school.
13. Discussion and possible action to approve 2016 Rural Economic Action Plan Contract for drainage improvements from Center to Spring Streets and 11th to 12th Streets in the amount of $60,000. -- Approved, this is for the latest REAP grant to help fund drainage near the postoffice ... it will be combined with several previous grants for the project which is expected to improve the drainage and restore the brick pavement.
14. Discussion and possible action to approve payment of invoice for Sand Volleyball Court at City Park in the amount of $28,500. -- Approved, the work was done by Jamie Wilson, including 24 inches of sand. -- (Previous Coverage - equipment) & (Previous Coverage - GRDA check)
15. Discussion and possible action to approve Collinsville Facility User Agreement. -- Primarily for the newly remodeled American Legion Building ... Tabled after discussing several options on price reduction for citizens -vs- non-citizens and a clause to prevent a group from monopolizing with a long-term standing reservation. Expect civic groups (expecially the Americam Legion) to be exempt from the fees (except cleaning deposit).
16. Discussion and possible action to re-appoint Adam Steidley to Park Board with term expiring May 7, 2020. -- Approved
City Managers Report. -- Pam Polk reported
on these topics:
2. Roll Call. -- same as above
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 May 16, 2016 Regular Meeting.
5. Discussion and possible action to approve purchase of new Sewer Jetter Truck on State Contract; Chassis from Premier Truck Group $73,160.92, Jetter from J & R Equipment $88,675.20 for a grand total of $161,836.12. -- Approved, the truck and high pressure water unit to clear sewer clogs replaces a 1992 vintage truck and unit that is barely functional. The cost has gone up ~$6K over waht was budgeted last year.
6. Public Works
Directors Report. --
Phil Stowell reported on these topics:
7. Adjournment. -- 6:36pm
|Ted Wright comments in purple.|