February 14, 2022 City Commission Meeting

Commission Meeting City Hall122 West BroadwayDrumright, Oklahoma
Monday, February 14, 2022 7:00 p.m. City Commission ChamberRegular Meeting AGENDA
Invocation – Flag Salute & Call to order – Mayor Deborah Bright
1. Consideration and Action on the Consent Agenda.All matters listed under “Consent” are considered by the City Commission to be routine and will be enacted by one motion. Any Commission member may, however, remove an item from the Consent Agenda by request.a. Approval of the January 10, 2022, regular meeting minutes.b. Approval of the December 2021 City financial report.c. Consider approving regular claims in the amount of $140,999.66.
2. Discussion and possible action to approve accepting a donation from Brad Cook, William Cook, Susan Cook, and Tammy Lee Cook of the building at OT Drumright Lot 18 Block 5, the building immediately to the East of the former Cook’s Flowers to expand the Library Parking Lot and the space available for Monthly Markets.
3. Discussion and possible action to approve demolition of OT Drumright Lot 18 Block 5 by Rick Creekmore for $2500.
4. Discussion and possible action to designate 3 reserved parking spots for the residents at 200 E Broadway.
5. Discussion and possible action to allow a resident to live in a 2003 Alumascape Holiday Rambler at 405 E Federal for a period of one year.
6. Discussion and possible action to allow placement of a 1980 Rembrandt Mobile Home at 504 E Maple.7. Discussion and possible action to allow the west 25 feet of lots 8 – 14 Block 2, M Jones addition to be added to M Jones Lots 1 – 7 of Block 3.
8. Discussion and possible action to add a Speed Hump at or near the 100 Block of N Chronister at the entrance to Country Club Heights.
9. Discussion and possible action to allow residents to live in a 2021 Dutchmen Astoria RV at 506 E Wood St for 120 days.
10. Discussion and possible action to split Lot 8 of the Virgil L Anderson Industrial Park for the purpose of an existing pipeline. The legal description of the pipeline tract is as follows: VIRGIL L ANDERSON IND PRK LOT 8 BK 683 PG 1954 VIRGIL L ANDERSON IND PRK LOT 7 LESS A PT OF LT 7 IN SW SE OF SEC BEG AT SW/C LOT 7 TH N11D17’20″E ALG THE W LN OF LOT 7 323.14′ TO NW/C OF LOT 7 TH S89D57’47″E ALG N LN LT 7 179.15′ TH S00D54’37″W 335.97′ TH S43D13’21″W52.05′ TH N86D00’39″W 143.85′ TO PT ON S LN OF LT 7 TH AROUND 80.00′ RAD CURV TO LEFT ALG S LN OF LT 7 AN ARC DIST 77.65′ W/ A CHORD BRNG N50D54’11″W & A CHORD LENGTH 74.64′ TO POB LESS VIRGIL L ANDERSON IND PARK COMM AT NE/C OF LOT 8 THEN S00°21’00″E A DISTANCE OF 30 FT AS POB THEN S00°21’00″E A DISTANCE OF 387.91 FT THEN N90°00’00″W A DISTANCE OF 245.57 FT THEN N00°01’31″W A DISTANCE OF 136.57 FT THEN S89°40’07″W A DISTANCE OF 125.57 FT THEN N00°54’37″E A DISTANCE OF 364.52 FT TO POB CONTAINING 2.892 ACRES MORE OR LESS.
11. Discussion and possible action to approve Resolution Number 22-03 authorizing application for American Recovery Plan Act (ARPA) Funds from the Creek County Board of Commissioners.
12. Discussion and possible action to approve a lease agreement with Little River Energy for Oil and Gas Lease Lots 1 and 2 in Block 3; Lots 10 thru 14 and Lots 24 and 25 in Block 17; the Broadway Park, all being a part of the Broadway Addition to the Town of Drumright, according to the recorded plat thereof, including abutting streets and alleys (Park 1). It is the intent of Lessor to lease all interest owned in the above described Lots as well as all interest owned in the NW/4 NE/4 NE/4 of Sec. 6-17N-7E whether or not properly and completely described herein.
13. Discussion and possible action to approve a lease agreement with Little River Energy for Oil and Gas Lease Lots 11 thru 15 in Block 1; Lots 8 thru 14 and the South 70 feet of Lots 6 and 7 in Block 17; Lots 21 thru 28 in Block 18, all being a part of the Broadway Addition to the Town of Drumright, according to the recorded plat thereof, including abutting streets and alleys (Church 1). It is the intent of Lessor to lease all interest owned in the above described Lots as well as all interest owned in the E/2 NE/4 NE/4 of Sec. 6-17N-7E whether or not properly and completely described herein.
14. Discussion and possible action to declare April 30 as Masonic Lodge Day in the City of Drumright.
15. City Manager Report.
16. Mayor’s Report.
17. Adjournment.
Drumright Gas Authority MeetingCity Hall122 West BroadwayDrumright, Oklahoma
Monday, February 14, 2022 7:01 p.m. City Commission ChamberRegular MeetingAGENDACall to order – Chairman Bright
1. Consideration and Action on the Consent Agenda.All matters listed under “Consent” are considered by the City Commission to be routine and will be enacted by one motion. Any Commission member may, however, remove an item from the Consent Agenda by request.a. Approval of the January 10, 2022, regular meeting minutes.b. Approval of the January 10, 2022, emergency meeting minutes.c. Consider approving regular claims in the amount of $129,342.60.
2. Discussion and possible action to approve Resolution 22-04 increasing out of town gas rates to $16.50 per 1,000 CF to cover the severely increased cost of natural gas.
3. Discussion and possible action to declare the above item an emergency.
4. Discussion and possible action to approve Resolution 22-05 raising the cost of a residential size gas tap to $360, and an industrial size gas tap to $840 to cover the increased cost of installation.
5. Adjourn. Drumright Utility Trust MeetingCity Hall122 West BroadwayDrumright, Oklahoma Monday, February 14, 2022 7:02 p.m. City Commission ChamberRegular MeetingAGENDA
Call to order – Chairman Bright
1. Consideration and Action on the Consent Agenda.All matters listed under “Consent” are considered by the City Commission to be routine and will be enacted by one motion. Any Commission member may, however, remove an item from the Consent Agenda by request.a. Approval of the January 10, 2022, regular meeting minutes.b. Approval of the January 10, 2022, emergency meeting minutes.c. Approval of the February 2, 2022, emergency meeting minutes.d. Consider approving regular claims in the amount of $91,529.67.
2. Discussion and possible action to approve Resolution 22-06 increasing the cost of water taps to cover the increased cost of supplies as follows:• ¾ inch tap: $600• 1 inch tap: $840• 1 ½ inch tap: $1,440• 2-inch tap: $1,800• 4-inch tap: $3,720
3. Adjourn.

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