City Commission Meeting – May 2015

CITY COMMISSION MEETING
CITY HALL
122 WEST BROADWAY
DRUMRIGHT, OKLAHOMA 

Monday, May 11, 2015                       7:00 p.m.         City Commission Chamber

REGULAR SESSION AGENDA

 

Invocation – Buddy Bolin, First United Methodist Church
Flag Salute & Call to order – Mayor Deborah Bright

  1. Approval of minutes for meetings held February 9, 2015 March 9, 2015, and April 13, 2015. –Mayor Deborah Bright
  1. Discussion and possible action to adopt the City of Drumright Capital Improvement Plan Update by Resolution No.15-04. – Steve Boettcher, INCOG
  2. Discussion and possible action to approve the invoice from INCOG for Capital Improvement Plan services for $13,000 per the INCOG/City of Drumright administrative services contract. – Steve Boettcher, INCOG
  1. Public Hearing. The purpose of the public hearing is to discuss the updated capital improvement plan’s goals and accomplishments, the amount of federal and local funds expended, and persons affected.  – Steve Boettcher, INCOG
  1. Discussion and possible action to approve Resolution No. 15-05 for continued participation in the Metropolitan Tulsa HOME Consortium and authorizing the Mayor to execute a HOME Investment Partnership Act Consortium Agreement. – Steve Boettcher, INCOG
  1. Discussion and possible action to vote for two (2) members to the Board of Trustees of the Oklahoma Municipal Assurance Group for three-years terms commencing July 1, 2015.
  1. Discussion and possible action to engage CBEW Professional Group for the City of Drumright annual audit.
  1. Discussion and presentation of 2015-16 Proposed annual budget.
  1. Discussion and possible action to approve a proclamation to express appreciation to Officer Kevin Webster.
  1. City Financial Report. – Discussion and possible action to approve. – City Treasurer Holly Maschino
  2. City Manager Report.
  3. Mayor’s Report.
  4. Approval of Claims.
  5. Adjournment

DRUMRIGHT GAS AUTHORITY MEETING
CITY HALL
122 WEST BROADWAY
DRUMRIGHT, OKLAHOMA 

 Monday, May 11, 2015                       7:15 p.m.        City Commission Chamber

REGULAR SESSION AGENDA

Call to order.  – Chairman Bright

  1. Approval of minutes for meetings held February 9, 2015, March 9, 2015 and April 13, 2015.
  1. Approval of claims.

3. Adjourn

DRUMRIGHT UTILITY TRUST MEETING
CITY HALL
122 WEST BROADWAY
DRUMRIGHT, OKLAHOMA 

 Monday, May 11, 2015                       7:16 p.m.        City Commission Chamber

REGULAR SESSION AGENDA

Call to order.  – Chairman Bright

  1. Approval of minutes for meetings held February 9, 2015, March 9, 2015 and April 13, 2015.
  2. Approval of claims,
  3. Adjourn.

Agenda – City Commission Meeting, April 13, 2015

CITY COMMISSION MEETING
CITY HALL
122 WEST BROADWAY
DRUMRIGHT, OKLAHOMA 
 

Monday, April 13, 2015                  7:00 p.m.             City Commission Chamber

REGULAR SESSION

AGENDA

 

Invocation – Roger White, First Baptist Church
Flag Salute & Call to order – Mayor Deborah Bright

  1. Approval of minutes for meetings held February 9, 2015 and March 9, 2015. –Mayor Deborah Bright

 

  1. Discussion and possible action to adopt a 2015 CDBG-Community Development Block Grant Citizens Participation Plan for the City of Drumright. – Steve Boettcher, INCOG
  2. Discussion and possible action regarding the selection of a project for the FY 2015 Community Development Block Program through the Oklahoma Department of Commerce. – Steve Boettcher, INCOG

 

  1. Discussion and possible action to adopt a resolution (15-01) requesting assistance from the Oklahoma Department of Commerce for the FY 2015 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program. – Steve Boettcher, INCOG

 

  1. Discussion and possible action to authorize the Mayor to sign the application documents for the FY 2015 CDBG application to the Oklahoma Department of Commerce. – Steve Boettcher, INCOG

 

  1. Discussion and possible action to adopt a Resolution (15-02) proclaiming April 2015 as Fair Housing Month in the City of Drumright. – Steve Boettcher, INCOG

 

  1. Public Hearing. As posted on March 12, 2015, a public meeting shall be held to receive comments on the final draft of the Update to the City of Drumright Capital Improvement Plan.  – Steve Boettcher, INCOG

 

  1. A Public Hearing regarding a request to: 1) Rezone 320 E Oak from IL, Industrial Light to RS-3, Residential Single-Family; and 2) Approve a special exception to allow a mobile home to be place at this location.  The legal description of the property is as follows:  Harley Fulkerson 3rd Block 7 BEG NE COR Lot 1 BLK 7 TH E 130’ S13*30’W 321.7’ TH W 130’ TH N13* 30’E 321.7’ TO POB. – Mayor Deborah Bright

 

  1. Discussion and possible action to approve rezoning 320 E Oak from Industrial Light to RS-3, Residential Single Family. – Mayor Deborah Bright

 

  1. Discussion and possible action to approve an exception to allow a mobile home to be placed at 320 E Oak. – Mayor Deborah Bright

 

  1. Discussion and possible action to select an At Large Commissioner. – Mayor Deborah Bright

 

  1. Discussion and possible action to approve a proclamation congratulating the Drumright Fire Department on completing their aggressive training schedule. – Mayor Deborah Bright

 

  1. Discussion and possible action to approve a proclamation expressing appreciation to the Olive Fire Department. – Mayor Deborah Bright

 

  1. Discussion and possible action to approve a proclamation declaring April 22nd “Sarah Hagan Day” in Drumright. – Mayor Deborah Bright

 

  1. Discussion and possible action to approve a resolution APPROVING AN AMENDED AND RESTATED TRUST INDENTURE FOR THE OKLAHOMA MUNICIPAL RETIREMENT FUND; PROVIDING AMENDMENTS TO THE TRUST TO AUTHORIZE DAILY VALUATIONS AND DAILY ACCOUNTING FOR ASSETS WITHIN THE MASTER DEFINED CONTRIBUTION PLANS ADMINISTERED BY OKLAHOMA MUNICIPAL RETIREMENT FUND; PROVIDING FOR DAILY VALUATION OF PARTICIPANT ACCOUNTS IN THE DEFINED CONTRIBUTION PLANS ADMINSTERED BY OKLAHOMA MUNICIPAL RETIREMENT FUND AND PROVIDING PROCEDURES AND RULES FOR ACCOUNTING OF SUCH ASSETS; PROVIDING FOR EFFECTIVE DATE OF AMENDED AND RESTATED TRUST INDENTURE AND CONTINUING EXISTING TRUST AS AMENDED IN FULL FORCE AND EFFECT. – City Manager Mark Whinnery

 

  1. Discussion and possible action to approve the selection of a citizen to serve on Drumright’s Planning and Zoning Board. – Mayor Deborah Bright

 

  1. Discussion and possible action to approve Ordinance 314, entitled “Intrusion Alarm Certification Ordinance.” – City Manager Mark Whinnery

 

  1. Discussion and possible action to approve Ordinance 316, entitled “Mobile Home Approval Requirements.” – City Manager Mark Whinnery
  2. City Financial Report. – Discussion and possible action to approve. – City Treasurer Holly Maschino
  3. City Manager Report
  4. Mayor’s Report
  5. Approval of Claims
  6. Adjournment.

 

DRUMRIGHT GAS AUTHORITY MEETING

CITY HALL

122 WEST BROADWAY

DRUMRIGHT, OKLAHOMA 

 

Monday, April 13, 2015                  7:15 p.m.            City Commission Chamber

REGULAR SESSION

AGENDA

 

Call to order.  – Chairman Bright

  1. Approval of minutes for meetings held February 9, 2015 and March 9, 2015.

 

  1. Discussion and possible action to concur with action taken in City of Drumright Commission meeting regarding a resolution APPROVING AN AMENDED AND RESTATED TRUST INDENTURE FOR THE OKLAHOMA MUNICIPAL RETIREMENT FUND; PROVIDING AMENDMENTS TO THE TRUST TO AUTHORIZE DAILY VALUATIONS AND DAILY ACCOUNTING FOR ASSETS WITHIN THE MASTER DEFINED CONTRIBUTION PLANS ADMINISTERED BY OKLAHOMA MUNICIPAL RETIREMENT FUND; PROVIDING FOR DAILY VALUATION OF PARTICIPANT ACCOUNTS IN THE DEFINED CONTRIBUTION PLANS ADMINSTERED BY OKLAHOMA MUNICIPAL RETIREMENT FUND AND PROVIDING PROCEDURES AND RULES FOR ACCOUNTING OF SUCH ASSETS; PROVIDING FOR EFFECTIVE DATE OF AMENDED AND RESTATED TRUST INDENTURE AND CONTINUING EXISTING TRUST AS AMENDED IN FULL FORCE AND EFFECT.

 

  1. Approval of claims.

 

 

DRUMRIGHT UTILITY TRUST MEETING
CITY HALL
122 WEST BROADWAY
DRUMRIGHT, OKLAHOMA 
 

Monday, April 13, 2015                  7:16 p.m.            City Commission Chamber

REGULAR SESSION

AGENDA

 

Call to order.  – Chairman Bright

  1. Approval of minutes for meetings held February 9, 2015 and March 9, 2015.

 

  1. Discussion and possible action to approve a proclamation proclaiming July 2015 as “Water’s Worth It Month” in Drumright.

 

  1. Discussion and possible action to concur with action taken in City of Drumright Commission meeting regarding a resolution APPROVING AN AMENDED AND RESTATED TRUST INDENTURE FOR THE OKLAHOMA MUNICIPAL RETIREMENT FUND; PROVIDING AMENDMENTS TO THE TRUST TO AUTHORIZE DAILY VALUATIONS AND DAILY ACCOUNTING FOR ASSETS WITHIN THE MASTER DEFINED CONTRIBUTION PLANS ADMINISTERED BY OKLAHOMA MUNICIPAL RETIREMENT FUND; PROVIDING FOR DAILY VALUATION OF PARTICIPANT ACCOUNTS IN THE DEFINED CONTRIBUTION PLANS ADMINSTERED BY OKLAHOMA MUNICIPAL RETIREMENT FUND AND PROVIDING PROCEDURES AND RULES FOR ACCOUNTING OF SUCH ASSETS; PROVIDING FOR EFFECTIVE DATE OF AMENDED AND RESTATED TRUST INDENTURE AND CONTINUING EXISTING TRUST AS AMENDED IN FULL FORCE AND EFFECT.
  2. Discussion and possible action to approve repairs to Well #7. – City Manager Mark Whinnery
  3. Approval of claims.
  4. Adjourn.

 

Public Hearing Regarding 320 E Oak

PUBLIC NOTICE

A public hearing shall be held on Monday, April 13, 2015 at 7 p.m. at City Hall, 122 W Broadway, regarding a request to:  1)  Rezone 320 E Oak from IL, Industrial Light to RS-3, Residential Single-Family; and 2) Approve a special exception to allow a mobile home to be place at this location.

The legal description of the property is as follows:  Harley Fulkerson 3rd Block 7 BEG NE COR Lot 1 Block 7 TH E 130’ S13*30’W 321.7’ TH W 130’ TH N13* 30’E 321.7’ TO POB.

Comments may be made at the public hearing, or provided to City Hall in advance.

If you have any questions, please call the City Manager, Mark Whinnery, at 918-352-2631, extension 15.

City Commission Meeting Agenda March 2015

CITY COMMISSION MEETING
CITY HALL
122 WEST BROADWAY
DRUMRIGHT, OKLAHOMA 

 
Monday, March 9, 2015                      7:00 p.m.         City Commission Chamber

REGULAR SESSION

AGENDA

 

Invocation –Henry Kellogg, First Assembly of God

Flag Salute & Call to order – Mayor Deborah Brigh

1.  Approval of minutes for meeting held February 9, 2015. –Mayor Deborah Bright

2.  Discussion and possible action to adopt Ordinance No. 315 entitled “Emergency Response to Neglected/Vacant Buildings,” where the City Commission of the City of Drumright may declare a property neglected or vacant, and the City of Drumright may charge a property owner for each officer who responds to a fire or to criminal activity.

3.  Discussion and possible action to approve the selection of a citizen to serve on Drumright’s Planning and Zoning Board.

4.  Discussion and possible action to appoint Peggy Slane to the Board of the Drumright Library.

5.  Discussion and possible action to nominate an elected or appointed official for election to the Board of Trustees of the Oklahoma Municipal Assurance Group.

6.  Discussion and possible action to approve declaring an emergency and waiving the bidding requirement for the repair of the sewer line collapse serving East Cherry and East Maple.

7.  Discussion and possible action to select a water or waste water project as the city’s grant nominee to INCOG

8.  Discussion and possible action to select ten items to comprise the City of Drumright’s Capital Improvement Plan for 2015.

9.  City Financial Report. – Discussion and possible action to approve.

10.  City Manager Report.

11.  Mayor’s Report.

12.  Approval of Claims.

13.  Adjournment.

 

DRUMRIGHT GAS AUTHORITY MEETING
CITY HALL
122 WEST BROADWAY
DRUMRIGHT, OKLAHOMA 
 

Monday, March 9, 2015                      7:15 p.m.        City Commission Chamber

REGULAR SESSION

AGENDA

Call to order.  – Chairman Bright

  1. Approval of minutes for meeting held February 9, 2015.
  2. Discussion and possible action to approve the Drumright Gas Authority’s Public Outreach Plan.
  3. Approval of claims.
  4.  Adjourn.

 DRUMRIGHT UTILITY TRUST MEETING
CITY HALL
122 WEST BROADWAY
DRUMRIGHT, OKLAHOMA 

Monday, March 9, 2015                      7:16 p.m.        City Commission Chamber

REGULAR SESSION

AGENDA

Call to Order.

  1. Approval of minutes for meetings held February 9, 2015.
  2. Discussion and possible action to approve Change Order No. 3 for the Waste Water Treatment Plant Expansion, approving rehabilitation of manholes for $407,869.88.
  3. Discussion and possible action to select a water or waste water project as the city’s grant nominee to INCOG.
  4. Approval of claims.
  5. Adjourn.

Safety and Natural Gas Pipelines

Drumright Gas Authority
122 West Broadway
Drumright, Oklahoma  74030
24 Hour Emergency Phone Number
918-352-2251

Safety and Natural Gas Pipelines

This brochure has been prepared by the Drumright Gas Authority to educate individuals on how to prevent and handle emergencies involving natural gas pipelines.

Drumright Gas Authority is a small municipal natural gas distributor located in the central part of Oklahoma.  Drumright operates 62 miles of poly main and has approximately 1,200 active meters.  Drumright purchases Natural Gas from Seminole Energy through the Southern Star Gas Pipeline and takes delivery at a station located on the northeast corner of town.

Most pipeline emergencies are first detected by the public.  If you detect a situation you believe to be an emergency, IMMEDIATELY CALL 918-352-2251 AND REPORT IT.   This is a 24 hour emergency telephone number.

 WHAT IS A PIPELINE EMERGENCY

A gas pipeline emergency is a condition that endangers the safe operation of a gas pipeline.  Specific examples are:  (1) a leak or    ruptured pipeline;  (2) a weakened or damaged pipeline;  (3) gas detected inside or near a building or public area;  (4) a fire or an explosion near or directly involving a pipeline or pipeline facility; or  (5) loss of delivery to customers.

HOW ESCAPING GAS MAY ACT IN AN EMERGENCY

Natural Gas is a non-polluting fuel contained, under pressure, in underground pipelines.  However, if the pipeline facilities become damaged and gas escapes, you should be aware of:  (1) natural gas is colorless and odorless.  An odorant has been added to give it a distinctive smell.  (2) natural gas is lighter than air and will rise and diffuse rapidly.

REPORTING A PIPELINE EMERGENCY

If, for any reason, you should be in the immediate area of a broken or leaking pipeline, abandon all equipment and leave the area quickly and warn others.  If you suspect it to be our pipeline please notify us immediately.  DO NOT smoke, start vehicles or other equipment or create any other ignition source.  Natural Gas will burn if it escapes the pipeline, mixes with air and is ignited.  Escaping gas can be ignited by open flame or sparks from electrical switches, motors, equipment or flying rocks. Gas leaks may be detected by observing unexplained dead vegetation, a hissing sound blowing dirt or by a distinctive smell.

GAS DETECTED INSIDE A BUILDING

Gas detected inside or near a building is an extremely dangerous situation.  If you detect the smell of Natural Gas inside a building, leave the building and notify Drumright Gas Authority immediately.  Do not operate light switches or other instruments or equipment that may cause a spark.  Do not call from your telephone, use a neighbors telephone or go directly to City Hall.  Our emergency telephone number is 918-352-2251.

SITUATIONS THAT MAY CAUSE PIPELINE EMERGENCIES ARE:

(1) Acts of nature such as tornadoes, earthquakes, floods and soil erosion.
(2) Excavation or blasting adjacent to a pipeline or pipeline facility.

HOW TO PREVENT A GAS PIPELINE EMERGENCY

Pipelines can be damaged from excavation, blasting, drilling, land movement, heavy surface loads, fire or other circumstances.  When you plan to dig or blast near our pipeline, please call our office and tell us your location and route.  Markers have been placed at road and railroad crossings to mark the presence of our pipelines.  Our 24 hour telephone number is on each sign.

TO HELP PREVENT A GAS PIPELINE EMERGENCY

If you are unsure about pipelines in your area, contact “Call Okie” at 1-800-522-6543 or 811 forty-eight (48) hours before you dig.  Please contact the Drumright Gas Authority office and tell us your location.

HOW OFFICIALS SHOULD HANDLE A GAS PIPELINE EMERGENCY

Fire, police and other public officials responding to a pipeline emergency will do whatever is necessary to protect the public.  Such action will include clearing the area of people, then barricading the area and standing by at a safe distance.  If the gas has not ignited, precautions should be taken to prevent ignition, such as prohibiting smoking and rerouting traffic.  If the gas is burning, prevent the spread of fire but do not attempt to extinguish the burning gas.  Do not operate or attempt to operate valves on our pipeline system.

HOW OUR CUSTOMERS CAN HELP

Customers will be informed when a pipeline emergency might affect our gas delivery to them.  Should this happen, the Drumright Gas Authority may request customers to reduce their demand or take other measures to reduce the emergency’s effect.

WHAT YOU SHOULD DO:

(1) Call local Police and Fire Departments.
(2) No smoking or open flame.
(3) Warn others in area.
(4) Keep traffic away.

IN CASE OF GAS PIPELINE EMERGENCY

Emergency action will begin the moment we become aware of an Abnormal Operating Condition on our pipeline.  Drumright Gas Authority operating personnel will be dispatched to identify the emergency condition, control the flow of gas and to make repairs as necessary.  As this emergency is taking place, gas employees will communicate with the fire, police and other public officials.

 

DRUMRIGHT GAS AUTHORITY
24 HOUR EMERGENCY TELEPHONE NUMBER
918-352-2251

December 8, 2014 Agenda

 

CITY COMMISSION MEETING

CITY HALL

122 WEST BROADWAY

DRUMRIGHT, OKLAHOMA 

 

Monday, December 8, 2014                         7:00 p.m.             City Commission Chamber

REGULAR SESSION

AGENDA

 

Invocation –Kevin Vogele, River of Life Christian Center

Flag Salute & Call to order – Mayor Deborah Bright

1.  Approval of minutes for meeting held November 10, 2014. –Mayor Deborah Bright

2.  Discussion and possible action to approve Resolution No. 14-29 calling for a general election to    elect officers of the City of Drumright. 

3.  Discussion and possible action to approve Resolution No. 14-30, a mutual aid agreement between theDrumright Police Department and the Sac and Fox Nation.

4.  Discussion and possible action to approve Resolution No. 14-31, a mutual aid agreement between theDrumright Police Department and the Creek Nation.

5.  Discussion and possible action to approve Resolution No. 14-32, a mutual aid agreement between theDrumright Fire Department and Bureau of Indian Affairs.

6.  Discussion and possible action to provide financial support to theDrumright Area Chamber of Commerce.

7.  City Financial Report. – Discussion and possible action to approve.

8.  City Manager Report.

9.  Mayor’s Report.                                                            

10.  Approval of Claims.         

11.  Adjournment.

 

DRUMRIGHT GAS AUTHORITY MEETING

CITY HALL

122 WEST BROADWAY

DRUMRIGHT, OKLAHOMA 

 

Monday, December 8, 2014                         7:15 p.m.            City Commission Chamber

REGULAR SESSION

AGENDA

 

Call to order.  – Chairman Bright

  1. Approval of minutes for meeting held November 10, 2014.

2.  Approval of claims.

3.  Adjourn.

 

DRUMRIGHT UTILITY TRUST MEETING

CITY HALL

122 WEST BROADWAY

DRUMRIGHT, OKLAHOMA 

 

Monday, December 8, 2014                         7:16 p.m.            City Commission Chamber

REGULAR SESSION

AGENDA

 

Call to order.  – Chairman Bright

 

  1. Approval of minutes for meetings held November 10, and November 25, 2014.
  2. Approval of claims.
  3. Adjourn.

 

Post _________

Date_________

Time________

 

November 10, 2014 Agenda

CITY COMMISSION MEETING

CITY HALL

122 WEST BROADWAY

DRUMRIGHT, OKLAHOMA

 

Monday, November 10, 2014                   7:00 p.m.            City Commission Chamber

REGULAR SESSION

AGENDA

 

Invocation –Brett Land, Shamrock Baptist Church

Flag Salute & Call to order – Mayor Deborah Bright

1.Approval of minutes for meeting held October 14, 2014. –Mayor Deborah Bright

2.Discussion and possible action to approve the audit from CBEW for 2013-14 year end. – Chuck Crooks, CBEW Professional Group

3.Public Hearing regarding a request to live in a travel trailer at 318 S. Jones in Drumright, OK 74030.

4.Discussion and possible action to approve a request to live in a travel trailer at 318 S. Jones.

5.Discussion and possible action to review and possibly change the boundaries of the wards of Drumright, Oklahoma.

6.Discussion and possible action to change the Christmas Holiday work schedule for 2014.

7.Discussion and possible action to increase the dollar amount of contracts requiring bids in Section 31 of the City Charter. (Final action will require a vote of the people)

8.Discussion and possible action to revise the Drumright Police Department’s Neck Restraint Policy.

9.Discussion and possible action to declare Broadway Street as Drumright’s Main Street for purposes such as applying for Main Street Grants.

10.Discussion and possible action to set the boundaries of a Downtown District for purposes such as applying for Downtown Grants.

11.Discussion and possible action to approve purchase of Durapatch machine for the Street Department.

12.Discussion and possible action to approve Resolution No. 14-23 approving providing mutual aid to the Oklahoma Highway Patrol, when requested.

13.Discussion and possible action to approve Resolution No. 14-24 approving providing mutual aid to the Creek County Sheriff, when requested.

14.Discussion and possible action to approve Resolution No. 14-25 approving providing mutual aid to the Payne County Sheriff, when requested.

15.Discussion and possible action to approve Resolution No. 14-26 approving providing mutual aid to the City of Cushing, when requested.

16.Discussion and possible action to approve Resolution No. 14-27 approving providing mutual aid to the City of Oilton, when requested.

17.Discussion and possible action to convene into executive session for the purpose of discussing the purchase or appraisal of real property in accordance with 25 O.S. Supp. 1997, Section 307(B)(3).

18.Executive session for the purpose of discussing the purchase or appraisal of real property in accordance with 25 O.S. Supp. 1997, Section 307(B)(3).

19.Discussion and possible action to convene into regular session.

20.City Financial Report. – Discussion and possible action to approve.

21.City Manager Report.

22.Mayor’s Report.

23.Approval of Claims.       

24.Adjournment.

 

DRUMRIGHT GAS AUTHORITY MEETING

CITY HALL

122 WEST BROADWAY

DRUMRIGHT, OKLAHOMA

 

Monday, November 10, 2014                   7:15 p.m.           City Commission Chamber

REGULAR SESSION

AGENDA

 

Call to order. – Chairman Bright

  1. Approval of minutes for meeting held October 14, 2014.
  2. Discussion and possible action to approve the bid process for a new meter run.
  3. Discussion and possible action to approve repairs to the alternate meter run.
  4. Approval of claims.
  5. Adjourn.

 

DRUMRIGHT UTILITY TRUST MEETING

CITY HALL

122 WEST BROADWAY

DRUMRIGHT, OKLAHOMA

 

Monday, November 10, 2014                   7:16 p.m.           City Commission Chamber

REGULAR SESSION

AGENDA

 

Call to order. – Chairman Bright

 

  1. Approval of minutes for meeting held October 14, 2014.

2.Discussion and possible action to approve Change Order 2 of the Drumright Wastewater Treatment Plant Expansion.

3.Approval of claims.

4.Adjourn.

 

September 8, 2014

CITY COMMISSION MEETING

CITY HALL

122 WEST BROADWAY

DRUMRIGHT, OKLAHOMA 

Monday, September 8, 2014               7:00 p.m.         City Commission Chamber

REGULAR SESSION

AGENDA

Invocation – Buddy Bolin, First United Methodist Church

Flag Salute & Call to order – Mayor Deborah Bright

  1. Approval of minutes for meetings held August 11, 2014. –Mayor Deborah Bright
  2. Discussion and possible action to enter into a contract with INCOG for professional services to assist the City in updating its capital improvement plan. – John McElhenney, INCOG
  3. Public hearing regarding placement of mobile home at 501 East Hickory Street, Drumright 4th Lot 7, Block 2.
  4. Discussion and possible action to approve placement of a 1998 mobile home at 501 East Hickory Street, Drumright 4th Lot 7, Block 2.
  5. Discussion and possible action to proclaim September “Turn Drumright Pink” month.
  6. Discussion and possible action to approve Resolution No. 14-22 to increase the Fire Department budget by $484.35 for the State of Oklahoma Agriculture grant.
  7. City Financial Report. – Discussion and possible action to approve.
  8. City Manager Report.
  9. Mayor’s Report.
  10. Approval of Claims.       
  11. Adjournment.

DRUMRIGHT GAS AUTHORITY MEETING

CITY HALL

122 WEST BROADWAY

DRUMRIGHT, OKLAHOMA 

 Monday, September 8, 2014               7:15 p.m.        City Commission Chamber

  REGULAR SESSION

 

AGENDA

 

Call to order.  – Chairman Bright

 

  1. Approval of minutes for meeting held August 11, 2014.
  2. Discussion and possible action to approve Resolution No. 14-23 to increase the budget for meter replacements.
  3. Approval of claims.
  4. Adjourn.

 

DRUMRIGHT UTILITY TRUST MEETING

CITY HALL

122 WEST BROADWAY

DRUMRIGHT, OKLAHOMA 

 

Monday, September 8, 2014               7:16 p.m.        City Commission Chamber

REGULAR SESSION

 

AGENDA

Call to order.  – Chairman Bright

  1. Approval of minutes for meetings held August 8, 2014.
  2. Discussion and possible action to approve Garrow Construction, LLC, Sapulpa, Oklahoma for the Wastewater Treatment Plant lift stations project.
  3. Discussion and possible action to approve entering into a contract for $1,000 for purchase of property for the West Lift station.
  4. Approval of claims.
  5. Adjourn.