Addendums to Monday’s DGA Agenda

City of Drumright

*************Addendum to Agenda dated 11/09/2020****************

1-A         AGENDA ITEM

Drumright Gas Authority

Monday, November 9, 2020

               CONSIDER AND TAKE ACTION WITH RESPECT TO A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE DRUMRIGHT GAS AUTHORITY (THE “AUTHORITY”) TO ISSUE ITS GAS SYSTEM REVENUE NOTE, SERIES 2020 (THE “NOTE”) IN THE AGGREGATE PRINCIPAL AMOUNT OF NOT TO EXCEED $1,320,000; WAIVING COMPETITIVE BIDDING AND AUTHORIZING THE NOTE TO BE SOLD ON A NEGOTIATED BASIS; APPROVING AND AUTHORIZING EXECUTION OF A SERIES 2020 SUPPLEMENTAL INDENTURE AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE AND SECURING THE PAYMENT OF THE NOTE; PROVIDING THAT THE ORGANIZATIONAL DOCUMENT CREATING THE AUTHORITY IS SUBJECT TO THE PROVISIONS OF THE INDENTURE; RATIFYING AND CONFIRMING A LEASE AGREEMENT AND OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE CONTRACT PERTAINING TO THE LEASING OF THE GAS DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM; ESTABLISHING THE AUTHORITY’S REASONABLE EXPECTATION WITH RESPECT TO THE ISSUANCE OF TAX-EXEMPT OBLIGATIONS BY THE AUTHORITY IN CALENDAR YEAR 2020, AND DESIGNATING THE NOTE AS A QUALIFIED TAX-EXEMPT OBLIGATION; AUTHORIZING AND DIRECTING THE EXECUTION OF THE NOTE AND OTHER DOCUMENTS RELATING TO THE TRANSACTION, INCLUDING PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENTS; AND CONTAINING OTHER PROVISIONS RELATING THERETO.

Posted by Mark Whinnery on November 6th, 2020 at 3:53 p.m.

December 4, 2020 Public Hearings

City Hall – 122 W Broadway St

Drumright, Oklahoma 

Friday December 4, 2020                      2:00 p.m.      City Commission Chamber

AGENDA

  1. Public Hearing regarding a request to allow placement of a 2020 Clayton Primo Mobile Home at 201 E Cherry St in Drumright, OK.
  2. Public Hearing regarding a request to build a 24X30 metal shop at 305 Chronister Ave in Drumright, OK.
  3. Public Hearing regarding a request to move a 1981 Fulton mobile home to 411 N Ohio Ave in Drumright, OK.
  4. Public Hearing regarding a request to allow an individual to temporarily live in a 2017 Springdale Summerland Series RV at 305 E Oak in Drumright, OK.  The period of occupation would not exceed one year.
  5. Public Hearing regarding a request to place a second outbuilding, an 8X10 metal shop, at 606 W Maple St in Drumright, OK.
  6. Adjournment. 

Public Hearing – 411 N Ohio

City of Drumright

Public Hearing Notice

The City of Drumright will hold a Public Hearing at City Hall at 122 W Broadway St on Friday, December 4, 2020 at 2 p.m. regarding a request to move a 1981 Fulton mobile home to 411 N Ohio Ave 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 – 305 Chronister

City of Drumright

Public Hearing Notice

The City of Drumright will hold a Public Hearing at City Hall at 122 W Broadway St on Friday, December 4, 2020 at 2 p.m. regarding a request to build a 24X30 metal shop at 305 Chronister Ave 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 – 606 W Maple

City of Drumright

Public Hearing Notice

The City of Drumright will hold a Public Hearing at City Hall at 122 W Broadway St on Friday, December 4, 2020 at 2 p.m. regarding a request to place a second outbuilding, an 8X10 metal shop, at 606 W Maple St 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 – 305 E Oak

City of Drumright

Public Hearing Notice

The City of Drumright will hold a Public Hearing at City Hall at 122 W Broadway St on Friday, December 4, 2020 at 2 p.m. regarding a request to allow an individual to temporarily live in a 2017 Springdale Summerland Series RV at 305 E Oak in Drumright, OK.  The period of occupation would not exceed one year.

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 – 201 E Cherry

City of Drumright

Public Hearing Notice

The City of Drumright will hold a Public Hearing at City Hall at 122 W Broadway St on Friday, December 4, 2020 at 2 p.m. regarding a request to allow placement of a 2020 Clayton Primo Mobile Home at 201 E Cherry St 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.

COVID-19 Report October 23, 2020

As of Friday there are 113,856 cases in Oklahoma, an increase of 1,373 since yesterday. This is an increase of 1.2%

There are 1,234 deaths in the state. This is an increase of 13 since yesterday, an increase of 1.1%

In Creek County there have been 1,536 cases and 37 deaths.

In Payne County there have been 2,772 cases and 12 deaths.

Here’s the link to see results by city: https://looker-dashboards.ok.gov/embed/dashboards/79

We apologize for the missed days…our site has been down due to a computer system changeover.

City Commission Meeting Tuesday October 13, 2020

Commission Meeting
Video Conference

Tuesday, October 13, 2020 7:00 p.m.
Important Notice This meeting will be conducted via videoconferencing. The meeting will be utilizing the Zoom videoconference platform that will go live approximately five minutes before the scheduled meeting time. You can join the meeting at: https://zoom.us/join
Meeting ID: 813 5281 0769
Password: Citizens are asked to please contact city hall so we know how many people to expect.
Notice Regarding Public Comment There are no public hearings requiring public comment. All residents viewing the meeting will be muted and asked to stay muted so there is not a lot of noise interference.

Regular Meeting
AGENDA

Call to order – Mayor Deborah Bright

  1. Discussion and possible action to approve the minutes from the September 14, 2020 regular meeting.
  2. Discussion and possible action to remove purchasing a mini-track hoe from the Capital Improvement Plan.
  3. Discussion and possible action to add “Replace water pumps at Water Treatment Plant” to the Capital Improvement Plan.
  4. Discussion and possible action to modify Capital Improvement Plan item “Generators 6 Wells” to “Generators 4 Wells.”
  5. Discussion and possible action for the Police Department to accept a $1,000 grant from Walmart’s Community Grant Program for the purpose of participating in Toys for Tots.
  6. Discussion and possible action to accept an offer to lease the City of Drumright’s mineral rights for city-owned lots in JW Fulkerson’s Second Addition to Drumright, Well Carrie #1.
  7. Discussion and possible action to set new Solid Waste Collection Rates in response to increased rates from Republic Services.
  8. Discussion and possible action to approve Resolution 20-14 amending the budget to reflect expenditure of a grant received to upgrade the fire department training room.
  9. Discussion and possible action to approve Resolution 20-15 amending the budget to reflect receipt and expenditure received by the police department for participation in Toys for Tots.
  10. Discussion and possible action to reinstate Peggy Slane to the library board.
  11. Discussion and possible action to select a Commissioner from and for Ward 1.
  12. Discussion and possible action to enter into an Executive Session for the purpose of discussing a possible real estate purchase for the city of Drumright, pursuant to Title 25 O.S. Section 307.B(3)
  13. Discussion and possible action to make an offer to buy real estate for the City of Drumright.
  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
Video Conference

Tuesday, October 13, 2020 7:05 p.m.
Important Notice This meeting will be conducted via videoconferencing. The meeting will be utilizing the Zoom videoconference platform that will go live approximately five minutes before the scheduled meeting time. You can join the meeting at: https://zoom.us/join
Meeting ID: 813 5281 0769
Password: Citizens are asked to please contact city hall so we know how many people to expect.
Notice Regarding Public Comment There are no public hearings requiring public comment. All residents viewing the meeting will be muted and asked to stay muted so there is not a lot of noise interference.
Regular Meeting
AGENDA
Call to order – Chairman Bright

  1. Discussion and possible action to approve the minutes from the September 14, 2020 regular meeting.
  2. Discussion and possible action to extend our current natural gas contract, but with an updated rolling 5-year average of historical volumes.
  3. Discussion and possible action to approve claims.
  4. Adjourn.

Drumright Utility Trust Meeting
Video Conference

Tuesday, October 13, 2020 7:06 p.m.
Important Notice This meeting will be conducted via videoconferencing. The meeting will be utilizing the Zoom videoconference platform that will go live approximately five minutes before the scheduled meeting time. You can join the meeting at: https://zoom.us/join
Meeting ID: 813 5281 0769
Password: Citizens are asked to please contact city hall so we know how many people to expect.
Notice Regarding Public Comment There are no public hearings requiring public comment. All residents viewing the meeting will be muted and asked to stay muted so there is not a lot of noise interference.
Regular Meeting
AGENDA

Call to order – Chairman Bright

  1. Discussion and possible action to approve the minutes from the September 14, 2020 regular meeting.
  2. Discussion and possible action to approve claims.
  3. Adjourn.

COVID-19 Report October 7, 2020

As of today there are 94,352 cases in Oklahoma, an increase of 1,006 since yesterday. This is an increase of 1.1%

There are 1,075 deaths in the state. This is an increase of 9 since yesterday, an increase of .8%

In Creek County there have been 1,296 cases. This is an increase of 16 cases since yesterday, an increase of 1.3%

In Creek County there have been 35 deaths. This is no change since yesterday.

In Payne County there have been 2,471 cases. This is an increase of 11 cases since yesterday, an increase of .4%

In Payne County there have been 7 deaths. This is no change since yesterday.

Here’s the link to see results by city: https://looker-dashboards.ok.gov/embed/dashboards/79