NOTICE OF CDBG PUBLIC HEARING

A Public Hearing has been set for Monday, March 12, 2018 at 7:00 P.M. at the Drumright City Hall at 122 West Broadway in Drumright to be held in conjunction with the regularly scheduled City Commission meeting. The purpose of the hearing is to receive recommendations on future community development needs within the City of Drumright. These recommendations will be considered by the Drumright City Commission in developing and approving a community development project to be submitted to the Oklahoma Department of Commerce for funding consideration under the FY 2018 Community Development Block Grant Program. The City may propose a project and request CDBG grant funds up to but not exceeding $450,000. Citizens are requested to participate in the hearing to express their views on these specific community development needs. The Drumright City Commission will incorporate any comments or proposals, where feasible, in the application to be submitted to the Oklahoma Department of Commerce on or around May 1, 2018.

Posted this 2nd day of March 2018 at the following locations:

• Drumright City Hall
• Drumright Library
• Williams Foods

City Commission Meeting – February 2018

COMMISSION MEETING
CITY HALL
122 WEST BROADWAY
DRUMRIGHT, OKLAHOMA

Monday, February 12, 2018 7:00 p.m. City Commission Chamber
Regular Meeting
AGENDA

Invocation – Pastor Mark Smith
Flag Salute & Call to order – Mayor Deborah Bright

1. Discussion and possible action to approve the minutes from the January 8, 2018 meeting.

2. Discussion and possible action to approve Ordinance 328 which would allow the sale and use of fireworks in the city limits under certain circumstances.

3. Discussion and possible action to appoint City Clerk Shawna Jackson as the City Treasurer.

4. Discussion and possible action to declare the 1988 Fruehart Tank Trailer, VIN ending in 024724, surplus for the purpose of auctioning off.

5. Discussion and possible action to declare the 2007 Chevy Impala with VIN ending in 7597, surplus for the purpose of auctioning off.

6. Discussion and possible action to appoint a new member to the Drumright Industrial Authority.

7. Discussion and possible action to amend the Police Department’s Incentive Pay Schedule.

8. Discussion and possible action to approve Resolution 18-02 amending the 2017-18 budget to accommodate receipt and expenditure of an insurance check.

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, February 12, 2018 7:05 p.m. City Commission Chamber
Regular Meeting
AGENDA

Call to order. – Chairman Bright

1. Discussion and possible action to approve the minutes of the January 8, 2018 meeting.

2. Discussion and possible action to approve claims.

3. Adjourn.

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

Monday, February 12, 2018 7:06 p.m. City Commission Chamber
Regular Meeting
AGENDA

Call to order. – Chairman Bright
1. Discussion and possible action to approve the minutes of the January 8, 2018 meeting.

2. Discussion and possible action to fund water line repairs and fund the boring of Highway 99 North of the City Limits in the amount of $15,000.

3. Discussion and possible action to approve financing to purchase an Automatic Meter Reading System.

4. Discussion and possible action to approve claims.

5. Adjourn.

January 2018 City Commission Meeting

COMMISSION MEETING
Monday, January 8, 2018 6:00 p.m. City Commission Chamber
Regular Meeting
Invocation –
Flag Salute & Call to order – Mayor Deborah Bright

1. Discussion and possible action to approve the minutes from the December 11, 2017 meeting.

2. Public Hearing regarding Ordinance 328 that, if approved, would allow the sale and use of fireworks in the city limits under certain circumstances.

3. Discussion and possible action to remove Holly Maschino as an authorized signatory on the City of Drumright accounts.

4. Discussion and possible action to approve using the $6400 Oklahoma Municipal Assurance Group recognition check to make improvements in the Garrett Park, Dunbar Park, and at the Dog Park.

5. Discussion and possible action to approve Resolution 18-01 amending the 2017-18 budget for unexpended monies from a grant in the 2016-17 budget.

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

7. City Manager Report.

8. Mayor’s Report.
9. Approval of Claims.

10. Adjournment.

DRUMRIGHT GAS AUTHORITY MEETING
Monday, January 8, 2018 6:05 p.m. City Commission Chamber
Regular Meeting
Call to order. – Chairman Bright

1. Discussion and possible action to approve the minutes of the December 11, 2017 meeting.

2. Discussion and possible action to remove Holly Maschino as an authorized signatory on the Drumright Gas Authority accounts.

3. Discussion and possible action to allow the Drumright Gas Authority to purchase automatic meter reading meters for $96,300.

4. Discussion and possible action to approve claims.

5. Adjourn.

DRUMRIGHT UTILITY TRUST MEETING
Monday, January 8, 2018 6:06 p.m. City Commission Chamber
Regular Meeting
AGENDA

Call to order. – Chairman Bright

1. Discussion and possible action to approve the minutes of the December 11, 2017 meeting.

2. Discussion and possible action to remove Holly Maschino as an authorized signatory on the Drumright Utility Trust accounts.

3. Discussion and possible action to allow the Drumright Utility Trust to purchase automatic meter reading meters for $302,356.

4. Discussion and possible action to approve entering a lease/purchase agreement to purchase automatic meter reading meters for $302,356 at an interest rate at or below 3% and at a term of 10 years or less.

5. Discussion and possible action to approve claims.

6. Adjourn.

Fireworks Public Hearing

City of Drumright
Public Hearing Notice
The City of Drumright will hold a Public Hearing at City Hall at 122 W Broadway St on Monday January 8, 2018 at 6 p.m. regarding an ordinance that, if approved, would allow the sale and use of fireworks in the city limits under certain circumstances.
Questions or comments may be sent to City Manager Mark Whinnery via email at citymanager@cityofdrumright.com or by phone at (918) 352-2631 extension 15.
The draft ordinance reads as follows:
Ordinance 328
Entitled: Fireworks

The City of Drumright Ordinance regarding fireworks shall be amended as follows:

4-6-5 FIREWORKS:

A. Permit Required: It is unlawful to manufacture, sell, furnish, possess, display, or use any fireworks within the city unless the appropriate fireworks permit is obtained.
B. Regulations:
1. It shall be unlawful to explode or ignite fireworks within 500 feet of any church, hospital, asylum, public school, unharvested agricultural crop, or where fireworks are stored or sold. In addition, fireworks may not be lit in or thrown from motor vehicles or thrown at/near a group of people
2. The use of class 1.4G fireworks by individuals shall be permitted only under permit as described in this subsection B and subsection C of this section.
3. “Permissible fireworks” shall mean composition or device for the purpose of producing a visible or an audible effect by combustion, explosion, deflagration or detonation, and which is defined as common or special fireworks by the United States department of transportation (DOT). Fireworks are further classified in this law as class 1.3G or class 1.4G. The term “fireworks” shall not include toy cap pistols and caps, blank cartridges, railroad flares and model rockets.
a. “Class 1.4G fireworks” (DOT common fireworks) shall mean any devices suitable for use by the public that conform to requirements of the United States consumer products safety commission (CPSC) and are designed primarily to produce visible effects by combustion, and some small devices designed to produce an audible effect.
b. “Class 1.3G display fireworks” (ODOT special fireworks) shall mean any devices suitable for use by the public that conform to requirements of the United States consumer products safety commission (CPSC) and are designed primarily to produce visible effects by combustion, and some small devices designed to produce an audible effect.
4. Persons within the city limits may use or otherwise discharge permissible fireworks only from three o’clock (3:00) P.M. to eleven o’clock (11:00) P.M. on July 4th. Persons within the city limits may use or otherwise discharge permissible fireworks only from three o’clock (3:00) P.M. to ten o’clock (10:00) P.M. on July 2nd and 3rd. Other dates may be approved by the city manager, fire chief or his designee, provided the following conditions are met. The city manager and/or fire chief will post any additional approved dates each year at city hall.
a. Such fireworks must be discharged on a noncombustible surface of sufficient size to contain the entire ground portion of the display and not closer than thirty feet (30′) to any permanent structure.
b. The adult person shall obtain a permit from the city or from a licensed fireworks vendor at a cost of twenty dollars ($20.00), said permit identifying the adult in charge of this use by name and address, and also identifying the proposed location on or near the permit holder’s property. Applications for said permits shall be made available during normal business hours from April 1 through July 3 of any given year and permits are valid only for the year of issuance.
c. The adult permit holder in charge of the use must be physically present for any household member over the age of 18 to use the fireworks and within one hundred feet (100′) of the point of display, and have the permit posted in a place of prominence during the discharge of the fireworks for examination by any law enforcement officer. The permit holder is further responsible for the examination by any law enforcement officer. The permit holder is further responsible for the cleaning up of any debris caused by any person discharging fireworks under the permit holder.
d. Private persons may not use or discharge fireworks within any city or county park, nor on any highway, turnpike or any street that has paving, such as an arterial street, or collector street.
f. Non Permissible fireworks would include but not limited to the following: a battery, whether finale battery or candle battery defined as “a collection of mortars or bundle of roman candles fused together in such a manner they are fired within a short period of time”. Chain fusing, defined as “a series of two or more aerial shells fused to fire in sequence from a single ignition”. Or any illegal explosives such as M-80’s or M-100’s, “bottlerockets or “skyrockets”
C. License To Sell Or Display For Sale: The sale or display for sale of fireworks shall be unlawful within the city as set forth in subsection A of this section. A license for the sale or display for sale of fireworks shall be considered where the following conditions are met:
1. The vendor at each location must obtain an annual license from the city at a cost of five hundred dollars ($500.00) and must also provide a copy of the state sales tax permit.
2. The property has direct access on an arterial street and adequate on site parking so that the operation of the stand can be conducted without interference with travel on the paved surface of the artery.
3. No vendor may sale or display for sale fireworks east of Jones Ave to Curtis Rd or west of Curtis Rd to Jones Ave or in any area within the city limits zoned as residential. The sale or display for sale may be permitted on the Truck Bypass from Highway 33 to the Highway 99 and W 111th St S intersection.
4. Only class 1.4G fireworks, as defined by the United States department of transportation, are sold on the premises.
5. The “season” for fireworks sales shall be limited to be only from June 15 until July 6 of each year.
6. The vendor shall post and provide distribution of a “Notice Of Drumright Fireworks Ordinance” to each purchase of fireworks.
7. Owner or vendor shall maintain liability insurance on each location.
8. There have been no significant accidents reported to the city from previous operations at the stand at that location.
9. Supervised public displays shall be permitted with a permit and compliance to requirements of the Drumright fire department and national fire protection act (NFPA) 1123. The use of fireworks before a proximate audience (as defined by the NFPA) shall be permitted with a fireworks permit and compliance to NFPA 1126. Permits may be obtained from the city or a licensed fireworks vendor at a cost of two hundred fifty dollars ($250.00). The permit fee may be waived, upon written request by the city manager, fire chief or his designee. Permits must be available for inspection by the city at all times during the display, including the setup and tear down of the launch site and staging area.

D. Emergency Suspension: In the event that the governor of the state of Oklahoma calls a red flag fire alert or burn ban for the area encompassing the city of Drumright and/or the city of Drumright fire department determines that the city of Drumright is in fire danger due to the weather conditions. The mayor, city manager or the fire chief of the city may declare an emergency and cause the use of fireworks to be terminated and declare them to be illegal during the emergency period.

4-6-6 Fines For Violation:
1. Any sale or use of fireworks in violation of this section shall be punished by a fine of three hundred fifty dollars ($350.00) plus costs.
2. Any use of fireworks between the hours of eleven o’clock (11:00) P.M. and three o’clock (3:00) P.M. shall be punished, upon conviction, by a fine that is double the fine normally imposed for a violation of this section, plus costs.
3. Possession of any fireworks other than allowed by this section shall be punished by a fine of three hundred fifty dollars ($350.00) plus costs.
4. Failure to remove debris caused by any person discharging fireworks under the permit holder shall be punishable by a fine of three hundred fifty dollars ($350.00) plus costs.
5. Any fireworks used during a red flag fire alert, burn ban for the area encompassing the city of Drumright, or emergency period declared by the mayor or fire chief, as set forth in subsection D of this section, shall be punished by a fine of five hundred dollars ($500.00) plus costs.

November 2017 City Commission Meeting (11-13-17 at 7 p.m.)

COMMISSION MEETING
CITY HALL
122 WEST BROADWAY
DRUMRIGHT, OKLAHOMA

Monday, November 13, 2017 7:00 p.m.
City Commission Chamber
Regular Meeting
AGENDA

Invocation – Charles Durant – First United Methodist
Flag Salute & Call to order – Mayor Deborah Bright

1. Discussion and possible action to approve the minutes from the October 10, 2017 meeting.

2. Public hearing regarding a resident’s request to allow them to move a 2012 Cavalier Single-wide mobile home to 1802 N Skinner in Drumright, OK.

3. Discussion and possible action to approve a resident’s request to allow them to move a 2012 Cavalier Single-wide mobile home to 1802 N Skinner in Drumright, OK.

4. Public Hearing regarding a resident’s request to allow them to move a 2013 Champion mobile home to 513 Lou Allard Drive in Drumright, OK.

5. Discussion and possible action to approve a resident’s request to allow them to move a 2013 Champion mobile home to 513 Lou Allard Drive in Drumright, OK.

6. Discussion and possible action to approve Resolution 17-16, which would remove the Hound Dog Hollow Bridge, NBI #23990, Local #73D from the National Bridge Inventory.

7. Discussion and possible action to appoint or reappoint an individual to the Library Board.

8. Discussion and appropriate action to approve a memorandum of Understanding between the Drumright Housing Authority and the City of Drumright regarding the Splash Pad at Whitlock Park.

9. Discussion and possible action to approve the City of Drumright City Commission Handbook.

10. Governing body review of MLPP Declarations Page and Explanation of Coverage.

11. Discussion and possible action to approve Resolution 17-17 requesting recognition from OMAG, and certifying that: 1) Each governing official received OMAG prescribed training during the current fiscal year, 2) The governing body adopted a governing body handbook, 3) The governing body complete and reviewed the Stability Test to audit our performance, 4) The governing body reviewed our MLPP Declarations Page and Explanation of Coverage.

12. Discussion and possible action to approve Resolution 17-18 calling a general election for the purpose of electing officers of the City of Drumright, OK.

13. Discussion and possible action to approve Resolution 17-19 authorizing OMAG to distribute the escrow account funds.

14. Discussion and possible action to approve the addition of Shawna Jackson as an authorized signatory on the City of Drumright checking accounts.

15. Discussion and possible action to approve Resolution 17-23 for a budget amendment.

16. Discussion and possible action to approve construction of a Dog Park at 1st and Ohio.

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

18. City Manager Report.

19. Mayor’s Report.

20. Approval of Claims.

21. Adjournment.

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

Monday, November 13, 2017 7:15 p.m.
City Commission Chamber
Regular Meeting
AGENDA

Call to order. – Chairman Bright

1. Discussion and possible action to approve the minutes of the October 10, 2017 meeting.

2. Discussion and possible action to approve the addition of Shawna Jackson as an authorized signatory on the Drumright Gas Authority checking accounts.

3. Discussion and possible action to declare two barrels of Mercaptan surplus and allow the sale to Keystone Gas for $850 a barrel.

4. Discussion and possible action to approve claims.

5. Adjourn.

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

Monday, November 13, 2017 7:16 p.m.
City Commission Chamber
Regular Meeting
AGENDA

Call to order. – Chairman Bright
1. Discussion and possible action to approve the minutes of the October 10, 2017 meeting.

2. Discussion and possible action to approve a Memorandum of Understanding between the Drumright Housing Authority and the Drumright Utility Trust regarding the Splash Pad at Whitlock Park.

3. Discussion and possible action to approve the addition of Shawna Jackson as an authorized signatory on the Drumright Utility Trust checking accounts.

4. Discussion and possible action to approve Resolution 17-20 for a budget amendment.

5. Discussion and possible action to approve Resolution 17-21 for a budget amendment.

6. Discussion and possible action to approve Resolution 17-22 for a budget amendment.

7. Discussion and possible action to approve claims.

8. Adjourn.

October 2017 City Commission Meeting

COMMISSION MEETING
CITY HALL
122 WEST BROADWAY
DRUMRIGHT, OKLAHOMA
Tuesday, October 10, 2017 7:00 p.m. City Commission Chamber
Regular Meeting
AGENDA
Invocation – Henry Kellogg – First Assembly of God
Flag Salute & Call to order – Mayor Deborah Bright
1. Discussion and possible action to approve the minutes from the September 11, 2017 meeting.
2. Discussion and possible action to remove the Hound Dog Hollow Bridge from the National Bridge Inventory.
3. Discussion and possible action to approve 2017 YE annual Budget.
4. Discussion and possible action to select a method of selecting a firm to conduct city bridge inspections.
5. Public Hearing regarding a request by Antiques and More for an exception to city ordinances that prohibit obstructing sidewalks and prohibit having merchandise on city sidewalks.
6. Discussion and possible action to grant Antiques and More for an exception to city ordinances that prohibit obstructing sidewalks and prohibit having merchandise on city sidewalks.
7. Discussion and possible action to allow the City Manager to accept on behalf of the City of Drumright possible donations of benches and park equipment for city parks if the donations are made without conditions or restrictions.
8. Discussion and possible action to approve blinking lights on the stop signs Eastbound and Westbound at Jones and Broadway, subject to ODOT approval.
9. Discussion and possible action to approve blinking lights on the Eastbound stop sign at Pennsylvania and Broadway, subject to ODOT approval.
10. Discussion and appropriate action on Resolution 17-13 to authorize submission of Application for 2018 INCOG Rural Economic Action Plan (REAP) Program and Authorization for the Mayor to Execute.
11. Discussion and possible action to approve Resolution 17-14 to amend the 2017-18 budget to accommodate receipt and expenditure of a Department of Homeland Security Grant of $19,048.
12. Discussion and possible action to approve Resolution 17-15 to increase the Oklahoma CLEET fee to $10, AFIS fee to $10, and Forensic fee to $10 for any person convicted of any offense, including traffic offenses but excluding parking and standing violations, punishable by a fine of $10 or more or by incarceration or any person forfeiting bond when charged with such offense.
13. Discussion and possible action to select a solid waste contractor for a specified period of time.
14. City Financial Report. – Discussion and possible action to approve.
15. City Manager Report.
16. Mayor’s Report.
17. Approval of Claims.
18. Adjournment.

DRUMRIGHT GAS AUTHORITY MEETING
CITY HALL
122 WEST BROADWAY
DRUMRIGHT, OKLAHOMA
Tuesday, October 10, 2017 7:15 p.m. City Commission Chamber
Regular Meeting
AGENDA
Call to order. – Chairman Bright
1. Discussion and possible action to approve the minutes of the September 11, 2017 meeting.
2. Discussion and possible action to select a gas provider for a specified period of time.
3. Discussion and possible action to approve claims.
4. Adjourn.

DRUMRIGHT UTILITY TRUST MEETING
CITY HALL
122 WEST BROADWAY
DRUMRIGHT, OKLAHOMA
Tuesday, October 10, 2017 7:16 p.m. City Commission Chamber
Regular Meeting
AGENDA
Call to order. – Chairman Bright
1. Discussion and possible action to approve the minutes of the September 11, and the September 22, 2017 meetings.
2. Discussion and possible action to accept the new water line on Oklahoma Highway 33 heading East from Earl-Le Dozer.
3. Discussion and possible action to accept an OMAG Grant in the amount of $5,000 for the purchase of a sewer camera.
4. Discussion and possible action to approve expenditure of $5,495 in city funds to purchase a sewer camera.
5. Discussion and possible action to approve claims.
6. Adjourn.

Mobile Home Request 1802 N Skinner Ave

City of Drumright
Public Hearing Notice

The City of Drumright will hold a Public Hearing at City Hall at 122 W Broadway St on Monday November 13, 2017 at 7 p.m. regarding a resident’s request to allow them to move a 2012 Cavalier mobile home to 1802 N Skinner in Drumright, OK.

Questions or comments may be sent to City Manager Mark Whinnery via email at citymanager@cityofdrumright.com or by phone at (918) 352-2631 extension 15.

Public Hearing – Mobile Home at 513 Lou Allard Dr

City of Drumright
Public Hearing Notice
The City of Drumright will hold a Public Hearing at City Hall at 122 W Broadway St on Monday November 13, 2017 at 7 p.m. regarding a resident’s request to allow them to move a 2013 Champion mobile home to 513 Lou Allard Dr in Drumright, OK.
Questions or comments may be sent to City Manager Mark Whinnery via email at citymanager@cityofdrumright.com or by phone at (918) 352-2631 extension 15.