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THE CITY OF OKLAHOMA CITY JOURNAL OF COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MEETING MAY 9, 2006 (The agenda was posted on the Council Chamber bulletin board at 4:00 p.m. on May 5, 2006.)

I.

Invocation and Pledge of Allegiance.

PASTOR LARUE DRINKWATER, SR. REDEEMED MISISONARY BAPTIST CHURCH PLEDGE LED BY COUNCILMAN FOSHEE

II.

Call to Order

8:48 a.m.

MAYOR MICK CORNETT PRESIDING. ALL MEMBERS PRESENT.

III.

From the Office of the Mayor. A. Appointment of David Yamada to the Oklahoma Convention and Visitors Commission. (ATTACHMENT) City

CONFIRMED. MOVED BY SIMANK, SECONDED BY JOHNSON. AYES: MAYOR CORNETT, MARRS, BOWMAN, MCATEE, WHITE, FOSHEE, SIMANK, JOHNSON AND RYAN. B. Resolution directing the City Manager, Municipal Counselor and City Auditor to establish a committee for the purpose of studying issues related to existing conflict of interest regulations and policies. (ATTACHMENT)

ADOPTED. MOVED BY SIMANK, SECONDED BY JOHNSON. AYES: MAYOR CORNETT, MARRS, BOWMAN, MCATEE, WHITE, FOSHEE, SIMANK, JOHNSON AND RYAN. CITY AUDITOR'S OFFICE.

III.

C.

Resolution approving travel expenses for the Mayor to attend the 2006 International Council of Shopping Centers Spring Convention, May 22-23, 2006, in Las Vegas, Nevada. (ATTACHMENT)

(Two-thirds affirmative vote required for approval.) ADOPTED. MOVED BY JOHNSON, SECONDED BY SIMANK. AYES: MAYOR CORNETT, MARRS, BOWMAN, MCATEE, WHITE, FOSHEE, SIMANK, JOHNSON AND RYAN. PROCLAIMED: May 7-13, 2006 as "DRINKING WATER WEEK", received by Marsha Keel, Tony Whitlock, LaTrese Gildon, Larry Hare, Steven Orendac, Jerry Johnson, Water and Wastewater Utilities Department employees; Councilman Pete White, Oklahoma City Water Utilities Trust Chairman, and Councilman Pat Ryan, Mayor's surrogate on the Oklahoma City Water Utilities Trust.

Mayor Cornett recognized winners of the Drinking Water Week Coloring and Poster Contest: Kindergarten-1st Grade Winners - 3rd Place, Emily Highfill Harvest Hills Elementary, 2nd Place winner Mindy Ngo, Kaiser Elementary and teacher Susan Emrich, 1st Place, Silvia Garcia Gatewood Elementary and teacher Linda Busha; 2nd-3rd Grade Winners - 3rd Place, Marco Lopez and 2nd Place Manual Gonzalez, Lee Elementary and their teacher Nermaine Alli, 1st Place, Dalila Lopez, Linwood Elementary and teacher Susan Brewer; 4th-5th Grade Winners - 3rd place, Juan Tovar, Van Buran Elementary and teacher Linda Carlson, 2nd place Kaylee Hood, Coolidge Elementary and teacher Marilyn Logue; 1st place Jalaun Parker, Ridgeview Elementary and teacher Barbara Ronck. PROCLAIMED: May 15-21, 2006 as "EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES WEEK", received by Tom Wagner, Emergency Medical Services Administration Chief Operating Officer, Brent Kinsey, Director Of Operations, Gary Loard, Supervisor, Joe Wallace, Supervisor, D'Juan Young, Field Medic, Lara O'Leary, Public Information Officer and Perry Medic. May 19, 2006 as "BIKE TO WORK DAY", received by Hal McKnight, Chairman, Trails Advisory Committee, John Sharp and Lisa Kehoe representing the Association of Central Oklahoma Governments.

PROCLAIMED:

IV.

A.

Receive Journal of Council Proceedings for May 2, 2006.

RECEIVED. MOVED BY FOSHEE, SECONDED BY JOHNSON. AYES: MAYOR CORNETT, MARRS, BOWMAN, MCATEE, WHITE, FOSHEE, SIMANK, JOHNSON AND RYAN. B. Approve Journal of Council Proceedings for April 25, 2006.

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APPROVED. MOVED BY FOSHEE, SECONDED BY JOHNSON. AYES: MAYOR CORNETT, MARRS, BOWMAN, MCATEE, WHITE, FOSHEE, SIMANK, JOHNSON AND RYAN.

V.

Request for Uncontested Continuances.

RECESS COUNCIL MEETING.

CONVENE AS OKLAHOMA CITY MUNICIPAL FACILITIES AUTHORITY (Majority of a Quorum required for approval) 1.

9:09 a.m.

Joint Resolution authorizing the Risk Manager and the Trust's legal counsel not to appeal and to comply with the Order of Workers' Compensation Court Claim No. 2003-07581K, styled: Timothy L. Curtis, Claimant vs. The City of Oklahoma City, Respondent, an Own Risk Carrier, and authorizing the Municipal Counselor to assist said counsel in the rendition of the award to Judgment as authorized by 85 O.S. §42, 62 O.S. §§ 365.1 et seq. and Article 10, Section 28 of the Oklahoma Constitution in the event said award is Joint Petitioned or commuted to a Lump Sum. (ATTACHMENT)

ADOPTED. MOVED BY JOHNSON, SECONDED BY SIMANK. AYES: MAYOR CORNETT, MARRS, BOWMAN, MCATEE, WHITE, FOSHEE, SIMANK, JOHNSON AND RYAN. FINANCE DEPARTMENT. ADJOURN OCMFA.

CONVENE AS OKLAHOMA CITY PUBLIC PROPERTY AUTHORITY (Five affirmative votes required for approval.) 1.

9:09 a.m.

Contract award and approval, OKC Freightliner (C60002), refuse collection vehicle, $140,323. (ATTACHMENT)

AWARDED AND APPROVED. MOVED BY JOHNSON, SECONDED BY SIMANK. AYES: MAYOR CORNETT, MARRS, BOWMAN, MCATEE, WHITE, FOSHEE, SIMANK, JOHNSON AND RYAN. PROCUREMENT DIVISION. 2. Temporary Easement Agreements, Project MC-0236, Conncourse renovations. Wards 6 and 7. (ATTACHMENT)

APPROVED. MOVED BY JOHNSON, SECONDED BY SIMANK. AYES: MAYOR CORNETT, MARRS, BOWMAN, MCATEE, WHITE, FOSHEE, SIMANK, JOHNSON AND RYAN. PLANNING DEPARTMENT. MAY 9, 2006 3

3.

Contract for engineering services with Smith Roberts Baldischwiler, LLC, Project PC-0297, the Triangle residential infrastructure development, NE 3rd Street and Oklahoma Avenue, fee of $62,250. Ward 7. (ATTACHMENT)

APPROVED. MOVED BY JOHNSON, SECONDED BY SIMANK. AYES: MAYOR CORNETT, MARRS, BOWMAN, MCATEE, WHITE, FOSHEE, SIMANK, JOHNSON AND RYAN. PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT. ADJOURN OCPPA. RECONVENE COUNCIL MEETING.

VI.

Consent Docket. A. Reject bids, plants, flowers, trees, shrubs and related materials (BID76004), fiscal year 2006-07. (ATTACHMENT)

REJECTED. MOVED BY FOSHEE, SECONDED BY SIMANK. AYES: MAYOR CORNETT, MARRS, BOWMAN, MCATEE, WHITE, FOSHEE, SIMANK, JOHNSON AND RYAN. PROCUREMENT DIVISION.

VI.

B.

Reject professional services proposals for a community service program for youthful offenders (RFP64031), fiscal year 2005-06. (ATTACHMENT)

REJECTED. MOVED BY FOSHEE, SECONDED BY SIMANK. AYES: MAYOR CORNETT, MARRS, BOWMAN, MCATEE, WHITE, FOSHEE, SIMANK, JOHNSON AND RYAN. PROCUREMENT DIVISION. C. Resolution authorizing the purchase of tires and tubes (S6-SW50024), from State Contract, retroactive to May 1, 2006 through June 30, 2006. (ATTACHMENT)

ADOPTED. MOVED BY FOSHEE, SECONDED BY SIMANK. AYES: MAYOR CORNETT, MARRS, BOWMAN, MCATEE, WHITE, FOSHEE, SIMANK, JOHNSON AND RYAN. PROCUREMENT DIVISION. D. Ordinances to be introduced and set for final hearing June 6, 2006: 1. (ABC-616) ABC-2 Alcoholic Beverage Consumption, Restaurant With Alcohol overlaying C-3 Community Commercial, 13801 Quail Pointe Drive. Ward 8. (ATTACHMENT)

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(PUD-1160) 6901 NW 63rd Street from C-3 Community Commercial to PUD-1160 Planned Unit Development. Ward 1. (ATTACHMENT) (PUD-1162) 7520 Envoy Road from AA Agricultural to PUD-1162 Planned Unit Development. Ward 3. (ATTACHMENT) (PUD-1172) 600 North Mustang Road from I-2 Moderate Industrial, I-3 Heavy Industrial, and PUD-864 Planned Unit Development to PUD-1172 Planned Unit Development. Ward 3. (ATTACHMENT) (PUD-1180) 701 East I-44 Service Road from O-1 Limited Office and O-2 General Office/PUD-11 Planned Unit Development to PUD-1180 Planned Unit Development. Ward 7. (ATTACHMENT) (PUD-1191) 1601-1615 NW 16th Street from R-1 Single Family Residential to PUD-1191 Planned Unit Development. Ward 6. (ATTACHMENT)

INTRODUCED AND SET FOR FINAL HEARING JUNE 6, 2006: D. 1-6. MOVED BY FOSHEE, SECONDED BY SIMANK. AYES: MAYOR CORNETT, MARRS, BOWMAN, MCATEE, WHITE, FOSHEE, SIMANK, JOHNSON AND RYAN. PLANNING DEPARTMENT.

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E.

1.

Ordinance to be introduced and set for final hearing June 20, 2006 (CE-675) closing a platted 20-foot easement, north of Memorial Road and east of Portland Avenue. Ward 8. 2. Resolution establishing a date for enactment of said ordinance and determining those entitled to notice. (ATTACHMENT)

INTRODUCED AND SET FOR FINAL HEARING JUNE 20, 2006: E. 1. ADOPTED: E. 2. MOVED BY FOSHEE, SECONDED BY SIMANK. AYES: MAYOR CORNETT, MARRS, BOWMAN, MCATEE, WHITE, FOSHEE, SIMANK, JOHNSON AND RYAN. PLANNING DEPARTMENT. F. Temporary Easement Agreements with Oklahoma City Public Property Authority, Project MC-0236, Conncourse renovations. Wards 6 and 7. (ATTACHMENT)

APPROVED. MOVED BY FOSHEE, SECONDED BY SIMANK. AYES: MAYOR CORNETT, MARRS, BOWMAN, MCATEE, WHITE, FOSHEE, SIMANK, JOHNSON AND RYAN. PLANNING DEPARTMENT. G. HOME Program Construction Loan Agreement with CityCare, Inc., construction of a duplex for use as a rental resource in their program of homeless assistance, 300 North Allen Street; and authorizing the allocation of $147,000 in HOME funds. Ward 6. (ATTACHMENT)

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APPROVED AND AUTHORIZED. MOVED BY FOSHEE, SECONDED BY SIMANK. AYES: MAYOR CORNETT, MARRS, BOWMAN, MCATEE, WHITE, FOSHEE, SIMANK, JOHNSON AND RYAN. PLANNING DEPARTMENT. H. Resolution approving and consenting to the vacation of a portion of the east 25-foot building limit line and the related Owner's Certificate dedication in P.B. Odom's Hillcrest Park Addition, Section 4, (PV-48), north of I-240 Service Road and east of South Pennsylvania Avenue. Ward 5. (ATTACHMENT)

ADOPTED. MOVED BY FOSHEE, SECONDED BY SIMANK. AYES: MAYOR CORNETT, MARRS, BOWMAN, MCATEE, WHITE, FOSHEE, SIMANK, JOHNSON AND RYAN. PLANNING DEPARTMENT.

VI.

I.

Final Plans and Specifications to be advertised for bids: 1. Project BC-0159, rehabilitation of bridges at NW 23rd Street, NW 36th Street and SW 29th Street over I-44. Wards 1, 2, 3 and 6. (ATTACHMENT) 2. Project MP-0314, playground improvements and shelters at Wiley Post Park, 2018 South Robinson Avenue. Ward 7. (ATTACHMENT)

APPROVED AND AUTHORIZED: I. 1-2. BID RECEIPT DATE: MAY 30, 2006. MOVED BY FOSHEE, SECONDED BY SIMANK. AYES: MAYOR CORNETT, MARRS, BOWMAN, MCATEE, WHITE, FOSHEE, SIMANK, JOHNSON AND RYAN. PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT. J. Specifications to be advertised for bids: 1. Project PR-1-05/06, street resurfacing, (four locations). Ward 6. (ATTACHMENT) 2. Project PR-7-05/06, street resurfacing, (five locations). Ward 7. (ATTACHMENT) 3. Project PR-8-05/06, street resurfacing, (nine locations). Wards 6 and 7. (ATTACHMENT)

APPROVED AND AUTHORIZED. BID RECEIPT DATE: JUNE 6, 2006. MOVED BY FOSHEE, SECONDED BY SIMANK. AYES: MAYOR CORNETT, MARRS, BOWMAN, MCATEE, WHITE, FOSHEE, SIMANK, JOHNSON AND RYAN. PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT. K. Ratifying and approving Addenda Nos. 1, 2, and 3, and awarding contract to Connelly Paving Company, Project MP-0231, Lake Stanley Draper improvements, $2,267,259.25; assigning Terracon Consultants, Inc. as testing laboratory; and approving contracts and bonds. Ward 4. (ATTACHMENT)

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RATIFIED, APPROVED, AWARDED AND ASSIGNED. MOVED BY FOSHEE, SECONDED BY SIMANK. AYES: MAYOR CORNETT, MARRS, BOWMAN, MCATEE, WHITE, FOSHEE, SIMANK, JOHNSON AND RYAN. PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT. L. Award contract to Action Safety Supply Co., Project TC-0358, traffic improvements, pavement markings; and approving contract and bonds. Wards 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8. (ATTACHMENT)

AWARDED AND APPROVED. MOVED BY FOSHEE, SECONDED BY SIMANK. AYES: MAYOR CORNETT, MARRS, BOWMAN, MCATEE, WHITE, FOSHEE, SIMANK, JOHNSON AND RYAN. PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT.

VI.

M.

Waiving consultant selection procedures and approving contract for engineering services with The Benham Companies, LLC, Project MB-0796, Ford Center capital improvements, 100 West Reno Avenue, fee of $85,059. Ward 6. (ATTACHMENT)

WAIVED AND APPROVED. MOVED BY FOSHEE, SECONDED BY SIMANK. AYES: MAYOR CORNETT, MARRS, BOWMAN, MCATEE, WHITE, FOSHEE, SIMANK, JOHNSON AND RYAN. PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT. N. Amendment No. 1 and Change Order No. 1, Projects DC0165, WC-0492 and SC-0677, drainage improvements, 6200 South Santa Fe Avenue, north to SW 45th Street and Broadway Avenue; increase of $4,050. Wards 4 and 5. (ATTACHMENT)

APPROVED. MOVED BY FOSHEE, SECONDED BY SIMANK. AYES: MAYOR CORNETT, MARRS, BOWMAN, MCATEE, WHITE, FOSHEE, SIMANK, JOHNSON AND RYAN. PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT. O. Public Easement Dedication, Project EB-0007A, New John Marshall High School, street widening and public utilities, NW 122nd Street and Portland Avenue. Ward 8. (ATTACHMENT)

APPROVED. MOVED BY FOSHEE, SECONDED BY SIMANK. AYES: MAYOR CORNETT, MARRS, BOWMAN, MCATEE, WHITE, FOSHEE, SIMANK, JOHNSON AND RYAN. PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT. P. Acceptances of privately constructed projects and placing maintenance bonds into effect as of the final inspection dates: 1. Four sanitary sewer projects. Wards 2, 5 and 8. (ATTACHMENT) 2. One drainage project, four paving projects and two paving and drainage projects. Wards 4, 5 and 8. (ATTACHMENT)

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ACCEPTED AND PLACED INTO EFFECT AS OF THE FINAL INSPECTION DATES. MOVED BY FOSHEE, SECONDED BY SIMANK. AYES: MAYOR CORNETT, MARRS, BOWMAN, MCATEE, WHITE, FOSHEE, SIMANK, JOHNSON AND RYAN. PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT.

VI.

Q.

Resolution setting a public hearing on June 6, 2006, Project PC-0290, Residential Street Assessment District No. 1618, Newalla Township, Booker, Harrah Road to Main Street and Main Street, Gilbert to one block north of Teddy Lane. Ward 4. (ATTACHMENT)

ADOPTED. MOVED BY FOSHEE, SECONDED BY SIMANK. AYES: MAYOR CORNETT, MARRS, BOWMAN, MCATEE, WHITE, FOSHEE, SIMANK, JOHNSON AND RYAN. PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT. R. Resolution providing for the allocation of $80,000,000 in proceeds from the 2006 Sale of the 2000 General Obligation Bond Authorization, Proposition No. 1 ­ Streets, Proposition No. 2 ­ Bridges, Proposition No. 3 ­ Traffic Control System, Proposition No. 4 ­ Drainage Control System, Proposition No. 5 ­ Parks and Recreation Facilities, Proposition No. 6 ­ Fire, Proposition No. 7 ­ Police, Proposition No. 8 ­ Animal Welfare Facilities, and Proposition No. 9 ­ Libraries. Wards 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8. (ATTACHMENT)

ADOPTED. MOVED BY FOSHEE, SECONDED BY SIMANK. AYES: MAYOR CORNETT, MARRS, BOWMAN, MCATEE, WHITE, FOSHEE, SIMANK, JOHNSON AND RYAN. PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT. S. Lease and Easement Agreement with the Oklahoma City Water Utilities Trust and T-Mobile Central LLC, cellular telephone communication antennas, 621 North Pennsylvania Avenue, revenue of $13,000 annually. Ward 6. (ATTACHMENT)

APPROVED. MOVED BY FOSHEE, SECONDED BY SIMANK. AYES: MAYOR CORNETT, MARRS, BOWMAN, MCATEE, WHITE, FOSHEE, SIMANK, JOHNSON AND RYAN. WATER AND WASTEWATER UTILITIES DEPARTMENT. T. Resolution authorizing the Personnel Director to destroy various records, files, working papers, and other miscellaneous documents in the Personnel Department of The City of Oklahoma City, dated 2000 and prior, pursuant to 11 O.S. (2001) Section 22-131. (ATTACHMENT)

ADOPTED. MOVED BY FOSHEE, SECONDED BY SIMANK. AYES: MAYOR CORNETT, MARRS, BOWMAN, MCATEE, WHITE, FOSHEE, SIMANK, JOHNSON AND RYAN. PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT.

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VI.

U.

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2.

Resolution authorizing the Municipal Counselor to waive service of process and to confess judgment without admission of liability in the amount of $1,134.52 and all costs of the action in the Oklahoma County District Court in the claim filed by AT&T. (ATTACHMENT) Resolution authorizing the Municipal Counselor to waive service of process and to confess judgment without admission of liability in the amount of $1,213.58 and all costs of the action in the Oklahoma County District Court in the claim filed by Rejina Warner. (ATTACHMENT)

ADOPTED. MOVED BY FOSHEE, SECONDED BY SIMANK. AYES: MAYOR CORNETT, MARRS, BOWMAN, MCATEE, WHITE, FOSHEE, SIMANK, JOHNSON AND RYAN. MUNICIPAL COUNSELOR'S OFFICE. V. Joint Resolution with the Oklahoma City Municipal Facilities Authority authorizing the Risk Manager and the Trust's legal counsel not to appeal and to comply with the Order of Workers' Compensation Court Claim No. 2003-07581K, styled: Timothy L. Curtis, Claimant vs. The City of Oklahoma City, Respondent, an Own Risk Carrier, and authorizing the Municipal Counselor to assist said counsel in the rendition of the award to Judgment as authorized by 85 O.S. §42, 62 O.S. §§ 365.1 et seq. and Article 10, Section 28 of the Oklahoma Constitution in the event said award is Joint Petitioned or commuted to a Lump Sum. (ATTACHMENT)

ADOPTED. MOVED BY FOSHEE, SECONDED BY SIMANK. AYES: MAYOR CORNETT, MARRS, BOWMAN, MCATEE, WHITE, FOSHEE, SIMANK, JOHNSON AND RYAN. FINANCE DEPARTMENT. W. Resolution setting a public hearing date of May 23, 2006, for a proposed amendment to the fiscal year 2005-2006 budget for the Oklahoma City Metropolitan Area Public Schools Sales Tax Fund; the Capital Improvement Projects Fund; the Hotel/Motel Tax Special Revenue Fund; the Emergency Management Fund; the General Fund; the Water and Wastewater Fund; the Solid Waste Management Fund; and the Zoo Sales Tax Fund. (ATTACHMENT)

ADOPTED. MOVED BY FOSHEE, SECONDED BY SIMANK. AYES: MAYOR CORNETT, MARRS, BOWMAN, MCATEE, WHITE, FOSHEE, SIMANK, JOHNSON AND RYAN. FINANCE DEPARTMENT. VI. X. Final Plans and Specifications to be advertised for bids with the Oklahoma City Water Utilities Trust, Project PC-0301, tow way construction, and Project WC0527, water and wastewater facilities construction, South Douglas Boulevard, SE 49th Street to SE 59th Street. Ward 4. 9

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APPROVED AND AUTHORIZED. BID RECEIPT DATE: MAY 30, 2006. MOVED BY FOSHEE, SECONDED BY SIMANK. AYES: MAYOR CORNETT, MARRS, BOWMAN, MCATEE, WHITE, FOSHEE, SIMANK, JOHNSON AND RYAN. PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT.

VII.

Concurrence Docket. A. Concurrence with the Oklahoma City Water Utilities Trust in approving contracts for engineering services with: 1. Camp, Dresser & McKee, Project ST-0099, Chisholm Creek Wastewater Plant expansion, NW 220th Street and Western Avenue, fee of $230,000. (ATTACHMENT) 2. CH2M Hill, Inc., Project WT-0070, Hefner Water Treatment Plant expansion, Hefner Road and North Portland Avenue, fee of $310,000. Ward 8. (ATTACHMENT)

CONCURRED. MOVED BY SIMANK, SECONDED BY JOHNSON. AYES: MAYOR CORNETT, MARRS, BOWMAN, MCATEE, WHITE, FOSHEE, SIMANK, JOHNSON AND RYAN. PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT. B. Concurrence with the Oklahoma City Water Utilities Trust in approving Amendment No. 1, Project WC-0460, Water Assessment District, water main extension, Silver Lake Drive, South Shore Drive and Harbor Drive, decrease of $16,329.55; accepting the project and placing maintenance bond into effect. Ward 1. (ATTACHMENT)

CONCURRED. MOVED BY SIMANK, SECONDED BY JOHNSON. AYES: MAYOR CORNETT, MARRS, BOWMAN, MCATEE, WHITE, FOSHEE, SIMANK, JOHNSON AND RYAN. WATER AND WASTEWATER UTILITIES DEPARTMENT.

VII.

C.

Concurrence with the Oklahoma City Water Utilities Trust in adopting resolution authorizing additional services with Public Financial Management, Inc. for services associated with the implementation and monitoring of a commercial paper program for the Oklahoma City Water Utilities Trust. (ATTACHMENT)

CONCURRED. MOVED BY SIMANK, SECONDED BY JOHNSON. AYES: MAYOR CORNETT, MARRS, BOWMAN, MCATEE, WHITE, FOSHEE, SIMANK, JOHNSON AND RYAN. WATER AND WASTEWATER UTILITIES DEPARTMENT.

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Concurrence with the Oklahoma City Metropolitan Area Public Schools Trust in approving applications of funding: 1. Deer Creek Public School District, parking lot, Rose Union Elementary School, 5100 NW 220th Street, $137,000. Deer Creek. (ATTACHMENT) 2. Luther Public School District, school bus, Luther Elementary School, 900 South Dogwood Street; Luther Middle School, 800 South Dogwood Street; Luther High School, 320 SE 2nd Street, $57,373. Luther. (ATTACHMENT) 3. Mustang Public School District, automotive tech remodel, Mustang High School, 801 South Snyder, $31,725. Mustang. (ATTACHMENT) 4. Mustang Public School District, flooring replacement, Creek Elementary School, 10821 SW 15th Street, $99,317. Ward 3. (ATTACHMENT) 5. Piedmont Public School District, sports academy, Collett Fieldhouse, 823 2nd Street NW, $11,750. Piedmont. (ATTACHMENT)

CONCURRED: D. 1-5. MOVED BY SIMANK, SECONDED BY JOHNSON. AYES: MAYOR CORNETT, MARRS, BOWMAN, MCATEE, WHITE, FOSHEE, SIMANK, JOHNSON AND RYAN. MAPS PROJECTS OFFICE. E. Concurrence with the Oklahoma City Metropolitan Area Public Schools Trust in recommending the Board of Education of Independent School District No. 89 approve Change Order No. 9, Project EB-0001, New Douglass High School and Stadium, 900 North Martin Luther King Avenue, $87,379.45. Ward 7. (ATTACHMENT)

CONCURRED. MOVED BY SIMANK, SECONDED BY JOHNSON. AYES: MAYOR CORNETT, MARRS, BOWMAN, MCATEE, WHITE, FOSHEE, SIMANK, JOHNSON AND RYAN. MAPS PROJECTS OFFICE.

VII.

F.

Concurrence with the Oklahoma City Metropolitan Area Public Schools Trust in adopting resolution recommending the Board of Education of Independent School District No. 89 approve Change Order No. 7, Project EB-0007, New John Marshall High School, 12201 North Portland Avenue, increase of $10,747. Ward 8. (ATTACHMENT)

CONCURRED: D. 1-5. MOVED BY SIMANK, SECONDED BY JOHNSON. AYES: MAYOR CORNETT, MARRS, BOWMAN, MCATEE, WHITE, FOSHEE, SIMANK, JOHNSON AND RYAN. MAPS PROJECTS OFFICE. G. Concurrence with the Oklahoma City Metropolitan Area Public Schools Trust in adopting resolution approving Change Order No. 5, Project ES-0002, Wheeler Elementary School New Addition ­ Phase II, 501 SE 25th Street, increase of $45,905. Ward 7. (ATTACHMENT) 11

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CONCURRED: D. 1-5. MOVED BY SIMANK, SECONDED BY JOHNSON. AYES: MAYOR CORNETT, MARRS, BOWMAN, MCATEE, WHITE, FOSHEE, SIMANK, JOHNSON AND RYAN. MAPS PROJECTS OFFICE.

VIII.

Items Requiring Separate Votes. A. Ordinances on final hearing (emergency) recommended for approval (five affirmative votes required for approval): 1. (PUD-1159) 7840 South Pennsylvania Avenue from R1 Single Family Residential to PUD-1159 Planned Unit Development. Ward 5. (ATTACHMENT) Planning Commission approval subject to the Summary of Technical Evaluation.

ADOPTED SUMMARY SIMANK. SIMANK, SIMANK. SIMANK,

WITH EMERGENCY. ORD.# 22,994. APPROVAL SUBJECT TO THE OF TECHNICAL EVALUATION. MOVED BY FOSHEE, SECONDED BY AYES: MAYOR CORNETT, MARRS, BOWMAN, MCATEE, WHITE, FOSHEE, JOHNSON AND RYAN. EMERGENCY: MOVED BY FOSHEE, SECONDED BY AYES: MAYOR CORNETT, MARRS, BOWMAN, MCATEE, WHITE, FOSHEE, JOHNSON AND RYAN. PLANNING DEPARTMENT.

VIII.

A.

2.

(PUD-1166) 500 South MacArthur Boulevard from I-2 Moderate Industrial to PUD-1166 Planned Unit Development. Ward 3. (ATTACHMENT) Planning Commission approval subject to the Summary of Technical Evaluation.

ADOPTED WITHOUT EMERGENCY. ORD.# 22,995. APPROVAL SUBJECT TO THE SUMMARY OF TECHNICAL EVALUATION. MOVED BY MCATEE, SECONDED BY BOWMAN. AYES: MAYOR CORNETT, MARRS, BOWMAN, MCATEE, WHITE, FOSHEE, SIMANK, JOHNSON AND RYAN. PLANNING DEPARTMENT. B. 1. Public hearing regarding dilapidated structures: a. 3815 North Barr Avenue (metal shed and playhouse) Ward 1 b. 1618 Bishop Bobby L. Williams Drive aka 1618 NE 31st Street (house) Ward 7 c. 1017 West Park Place (shed) Ward 6 d. 513 North Rhode Island Avenue (house) Ward 7 e. 1701 South Stonewall Avenue (east shed and middle shed) Ward 7 f. 745 SE 4th Street (fence and house) Ward 7 g. 744 SE 5th Street (metal shed) Ward 7 h. 626 SE 6th Street (church) Ward 7 i. 1825 NW 14th Street (foundation) Ward 6 12

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2437 NW 15th Street (garage) Ward 6 2445 NW 15th Street (garage) Ward 6 915 NE 17th Street (garage) Ward 7 2200 SW 19th Street (garage) Ward 6 2506 NW 19th Street aka 2504 NW 19th Street (garage) Ward 6 2121 SW 20th Street (west shed) Ward 6 721 NE 25th Street (garage) Ward 7 614 SW 28th Street (cellar) Ward 6 544 NW 32nd Street (garage) Ward 2 505 SE 39th Street (carport) Ward 7 304 SE 41st Street (garage) Ward 7 300 SE 42nd Street (garage) Ward 7 1501 NW 43rd Street (fence and shed) Ward 2 2920 NW 45th Street (garage) Ward 2 2945 NW 67th Street (shed) Ward 2 1325 SW 89th Street (carport and house and playhouse and shed and well house) Ward 5

VIII.

B.

2.

Resolution declaring the structures are dilapidated; directing said structures to be torn down, establishing dates of May 10, 2006 and June 9, 2006 for commencement and completion of removal by owners. (ATTACHMENT)

ADOPTED AS AMENDED: B. 1. a-b, d-i, k-u, w-y. STRICKEN: B. 1. c, j, v. MOVED BY JOHNSON, SECONDED BY SIMANK. AYES: MAYOR CORNETT, MARRS, BOWMAN, MCATEE, WHITE, FOSHEE, SIMANK, JOHNSON AND RYAN. NEIGHBORHOOD SERVICES DEPARTMENT. C. 1. Public hearing regarding unsecured structures: a. 819 North Brauer Avenue (house) Ward 6 b. 10200 Cecilia Drive aka 10200 Northway Terrace (house) Ward 1 c. 2131 North Everest Avenue (shed) Ward 7 d. 1801 South Lindsay Avenue (house) Ward 7 e. 2714 South Robinson Avenue (apartment building) Ward 7 f. 2800 South Robinson Avenue (block building and sheet metal building and tan building) Ward 7 g. 6717 Sears Terrace (house) Ward 4 h. 2009 Vine Street (house) Ward 7 i. 816 SE 4th Street (house) Ward 7 j. 527 SE 13th Street (house) Ward 7 k. 533 SE 13th Street (house and shed) Ward 7 l. 2109 SW 13th Street (house) Ward 6 m. 2533 NW 18th Street (garage and house) Ward 6 n. 1410 NE 24th Street (house) Ward 7 13

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5 SW 28th Street (duplex) Ward 7 614 SW 28th Street (house) Ward 6 718 SE 28th Street (house) Ward 7 800 NE 28th Street (house and shed) Ward 7 1300 SW 32nd Street (house) Ward 6 511 SE 49th Street (cellar) Ward 4 225 SE 51st Street (house) Ward 4 224 SE 57th Street (house) Ward 4 701 NW 91st Street aka 701 _ NW 91st Street (house) Ward 2 7813 NW 101st Street (house) Ward 1

VIII.

C.

2.

Resolution unsecured. (ATTACHMENT)

declaring

the

structures

are

ADOPTED AS AMENDED: C. 1. a-f, i, k, n, p-s, v. STRICKEN: C. 1. gh, j, l-m, o, t-u, w-x. MOVED BY JOHNSON, SECONDED BY SIMANK. AYES: MAYOR CORNETT, MARRS, BOWMAN, MCATEE, WHITE, FOSHEE, SIMANK, JOHNSON AND RYAN. NEIGHBORHOOD SERVICES DEPARTMENT. D. 1. 2. Public Hearing. Resolution approving an amendment to the Consolidated Plan for the second Action Year Plan for the period July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007 for the Community Development Block Grant $5,410,412; the HOME Investment Partnership Program $2,947,907; the American Dream Down Payment Initiative $59,931; Emergency Shelter Grant Program $231,465; the Housing Opportunities for Persons with HIV/AIDS $435,000; and a oneyear Action Plan providing for the allocation of the new grant funds; providing for the reallocation of recaptured funds from prior years in the amount of $397,894; and providing for the allocation of $559,207 HOME Program Income and the allocation of $751,824 Community Development Block Grant Program Income. (ATTACHMENT)

PUBLIC HEARING HELD: D. 1. ADOPTED: D. 2. MOVED BY JOHNSON, SECONDED BY SIMANK. AYES: MAYOR CORNETT, MARRS, BOWMAN, MCATEE, WHITE, FOSHEE, SIMANK, JOHNSON AND RYAN. PLANNING DEPARTMENT. E. Revocable Permit with the Oklahoma City Riverfront Redevelopment Authority for holding "Youth Championship", May 13, 2006, sponsored by the Oklahoma City Boat House Foundation, Oklahoma River. Ward 7. (ATTACHMENT)

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APPROVED. MOVED BY JOHNSON, SECONDED BY SIMANK. AYES: MAYOR CORNETT, MARRS, BOWMAN, MCATEE, WHITE, FOSHEE, SIMANK, JOHNSON AND RYAN. PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT. F. 1. Claims recommended for denial: a. J. Scott and Alicia L. Champion $2,486 b. Cheryl Pennington $120 AND/OR

VIII.

F.

2.

Enter into executive session with the Municipal Counselor to discuss the above claims as authorized by 25 O.S. (2001) §307(B)(4). (ATTACHMENT)

APPROVED: F. 1. b. MOVED BY JOHNSON, SECONDED BY SIMANK. AYES: MAYOR CORNETT, MARRS, BOWMAN, MCATEE, WHITE, FOSHEE, SIMANK, JOHNSON AND RYAN. DENIED AS RECOMMENDED: F. 1. a. NO ACTION TAKEN: F. 2. MOVED BY JOHNSON, SECONDED BY SIMANK. AYES: MAYOR CORNETT, MARRS, BOWMAN, MCATEE, WHITE, FOSHEE, SIMANK, JOHNSON AND RYAN. MUNICIPAL COUNSELOR'S OFFICE.

IX.

A.

1.

Claims for Approval: a. Earl's Rib Palace $95 b. Terry Haines $143.94 c. Beatriz Perez $315 AND/OR 2. Enter into executive session with the Municipal Counselor to discuss the above claims as authorized by 25 O.S. (2001) §307(B)(4). (ATTACHMENT)

APPROVED: A. 1. a-c. NO ACTION TAKEN: A. 2. MOVED BY FOSHEE, SECONDED BY SIMANK. AYES: MAYOR CORNETT, BOWMAN, MCATEE, FOSHEE, SIMANK, JOHNSON AND RYAN. ABSENT: MARRS AND WHITE. MUNICIPAL COUNSELOR'S OFFICE.

X.

Items from Council. A. Resolution authorizing travel expenses for Councilman Patrick Ryan to attend the National League of Cities, Financial Administration Intergovernmental Relations Steering Committee meeting, June 15-17, 2006, in Cambridge, Massachusetts. (ATTACHMENT) (Two-thirds affirmative vote required for approval.)

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ADOPTED. MOVED BY SIMANK, SECONDED BY JOHNSON. AYES: MAYOR CORNETT, BOWMAN, MCATEE, FOSHEE, SIMANK, JOHNSON AND RYAN. ABSENT: MARRS AND WHITE.

X.

Items from Council.

Councilman McAtee complimented Mayor Cornett for doing an excellent job last night at the Fellowship of Christian Athletes Banquet. It was great to have Tony Dungee, Coach of the Indianapolis Colts in town. He did a great job emceeing the event. Everyone there, including his grandchildren, seemed to enjoy the event. Mayor Cornett responded there were over 1,000 people in attendance. Councilman Foshee expressed appreciation for the press release regarding the opening of Earlywine and Will Rogers aquatic centers on Memorial weekend for the summer season. Both pools will be open from noon to 6:00 p.m. Councilman Foshee noted residents should be aware if they bring 20 or more swimmers to the aquatic center, they are required to make a reservation 24-hours in advance. The phone number at Earlywine is 692-6050. There have been problems in the past with having too many children in the pool. There are requirements that allow only so many swimmers in the pool at one time. When the pools open, especially at Earlywine Aquatic Park, the parking is going to become even more congested. He cautioned citizens to watch for children and encouraged them to utilize South Lakes Park for walking activities. Councilman Foshee apologized for being unable to attend the Police Banquet on Saturday night. His son-in-law is on the Air Force One Advance Support Team. He brings in Air Force One, decides where it will land, park, taking over the airport. Because President Bush gave the commencement speech at Oklahoma State University in Stillwater, Air Force One landed at Vance Air Force Base. His sonin-law provided him with the unique opportunity of touring Air Force One and observing his son-in-law in action. He was very proud of him. Councilman Foshee stated in relation to his son-in-law's visit, he met a lot of commanding officers at Vance Air Force Base. He noted the base is used as a fighter pilot training center, cycling through fighter pilots on the beginning T-38 jet planes. The City of Tulsa sends out welcome packets to these fighter pilots, and the restaurants offer military discounts. He encouraged the Bricktown merchants association to offer military discounts. If they are interested, they can contact him. Councilman Ryan received a memorandum from the Municipal Counselor's Office regarding signs. Councilman Ryan asked when the City would start seeing some enforcement of the sign ordinance and real prospects of removing illegal signs. The City Manager responded the

X.

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City has weekend crews removing right-of-way signs on the weekends and have been doing so for several years. Sometimes it's ominous, but on a regular basis staff members are pulling illegal signs. He noted he has coordinated an internal group that will meet to discuss new ways of addressing this issue. He asked some members of the Planning Department, Police Department, Municipal Counselor's Office, City Council Office and Oklahoma City Beautiful, Inc. to come up with new innovative approaches to promote the sign issue. Councilman Foshee noted it is a misdemeanor violation, but the police officer would have to witness the person putting up the sign. Municipal Counselor Jordan responded the Municipal Code actually states that any person benefiting from the illegal placement of the sign can be cited. Councilman Ryan noted there doesn't seem to be the same proliferation in the suburbs, maybe due to traffic issues. He doesn't know if the suburban communities have a better way to do it, or maybe he is not driving in the right locations. But it would seem removing the signs every weekend is not a solution. He would like the City to examine a systemic approach to solving the problem. Municipal Counselor Jordan suggested contracts with the neighborhood associations, which may provide for more frequent removal. Councilwoman Johnson suggested juveniles serving community service should be deployed to remove the signs on the weekends. Councilman Bowman suggested Oklahoma City Beautiful, Inc. consider organizing a volunteer force to remove signs. City Manager noted there are several avenues that could be taken, but the public needs to know the practice is unacceptable. Mayor Cornett noted if citizens called the phone numbers on the signs to complain instead of ordering the product, it might alleviate some of the problem. Councilman Marrs supports any program that would remove the signs, including political campaign signs. Councilman Marrs enjoyed the Police Department Banquet. He congratulated the Department on hosting a good banquet. He is always amazed to hear the stories and the awards given for life threatening situations. It is humbling. Every year Council realizes how good our Police Department is. He enjoys the stories of people the Council doesn't normally see, such as the technical investigation employees, the homicide detectives, support personnel the public normally does not see. He enjoyed seeing them receive their awards. The banquet was really well done. Councilman Marrs announced the Harvest Hills Homeowners Association would be meeting on Monday night at 7:00 p.m. at Harvest Hills Elementary School.

X.

Items from Council.

Councilman Foshee suggested the Police Department Banquet be aired on Channel 20, the City access channel. The City Manager stated it was. The City started the practice several years ago. Councilman Foshee asked whether it is re-played. The City Manager stated he would followup on the matter.

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Councilwoman Johnson apologized for not being able to attend the Police Department Banquet. She normally never misses a graduation of the Police or Fire Departments, or their banquets. But, she simply could not be there.

11 XI. City Manager Reports. A. General Aviation Presentation (ATTACHMENT)

Airport Director Mark Kranenburg presented an overview of the City's general aviation airports. Wiley Post Airport is a Federal Aviation Administration Designated Reliever Airport, which frees up the commercial airport. The second airport is Clarence E. Page Airport, a general aviation grassroots airport. Mr. Kranenburg summarized the improvements and private investments made at each airport in recent years. B. Update Presentation of Leading for Results Initiative (ATTACHMENT)

Assistant Finance Director Laura Johnson presented an overview of the Leading For Results Plan. She noted the Finance, Fire, Public Works, Parks and Recreation and Neighborhood Services Departments would be utilizing leading for results in their budget process this year. Leading for results is an integrated accountability plan that includes: planning for results, employee performance management, budgeting for results, performance data collections, reporting results, evaluating results, decision making for results. C. Claims and Payroll (ATTACHMENT)

XII.

Citizens to be Heard.

XIII. Tour of the Skirvin Hilton.

XIV. Adjournment

11:52 a.m.

ADJOURNED. MOVED BY RYAN, SECONDED BY WHITE. AYES: MAYOR CORNETT, BOWMAN, WHITE, JOHNSON AND RYAN. ABSENT: MARRS, MCATEE, FOSHEE AND SIMANK.

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________________________ Mick Cornett Mayor ATTEST:

________________________ Frances Kersey City Clerk

________________________ James D. Couch City Manager

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