In summary: Muskogee City Council – Public Works and Finance Committees | News

  In summary: Muskogee City Council - Public Works and Finance Committees |  News

• Approved Public Works Committee minutes of Oct. 4 meeting.

PUBLIC WORKS

Highlights

  • • Took no action following the presentation of a report about Indigenous People’s Day activities in Muskogee.

  • • Approved Ordinance 4133-A, rezoning property located on the south side of Peak Boulevard, west of South 24th Street, from R-1, Single Family Residential, to I-1, Light Industrial, and authorizing revisions of the zoning map to reflect said change if approved.

• Approved Resolution No. 2874, designating EST Inc. as the city’s bridge inspectors for the period of April 1, 2022, to March 31, 2024.

• Took no action following a presentation of proposed Muskogee City Council policies that would govern third-party and city operations of concession stands at the Love-Hatbox Sports Complex.

• Approved final payment in the amount of $241,836 to Utility Technology Services for the Automated Meter System Project 2019015.

• Approved final payment in the amount of $46,488.66 to L&L Construction for the Wastewater Treatment Plant Clarifier Repair Project No. 2019022.

• Approved final payment in the amount of $54,343.84 to APAC Central Inc. for SE Zone Mill & Overlay Project No. 2020007. • Approved purchase of Model 545 Trailer-Mounted High-Pressure Sewer Cleaner from Statewide Contract SWO193 in the amount of $69,296.91.

• Approved amendments to Muskogee’s Adopt-a-Street Program. • Took no action following a presentation of efforts being taken to reduce the presence of disinfection byproducts in the city’s water supply.

FINANCE AGENDA • Approved Finance Committee minutes of Oct. 4 regular meeting. 

CITY COUNCIL AGENDA • Created a committee to organize events in 2022 to commemorate the city’s 150th anniversary, appointing Mayor Marlon Coleman and Ward II Councilor Jaime Stout as co-chairs, other councilors as honorary committee members, and Jonita Mullins and Margaret Taylor as committee members.

• Authorized the city manager to negotiate and execute a design contract with Kirkpatrick Architecture Studio Firm for a new fire station that would replace Fire Station No. 5, 1732 N. York St. • Approved claims for all city departments from Sept. 25 through Oct. 8.