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					                         THE CITY OF OKLAHOMA CITY
                               FORMAL AGENDA
                                CITY COUNCIL
                                May 23, 2006



    I.    Invocation and Pledge of Allegiance.



   II.    Call to Order.



  III.    From the Office of the Mayor.

          A.   Appointment of Dannie Bea Hightower to the Oklahoma
               City Myriad Gardens Foundation. (ATTACHMENT)



   IV.    A.   Receive    Journal   of   Council   Proceedings   for   May   16,
               2006.

          B.   Receive    Journal   of   Council   Proceedings   for   May   9,
               2006.

          C.   Approve    Journal   of   Council   Proceedings   for   May   2,
               2006.



    V.    Request for Uncontested Continuances.


RECESS COUNCIL MEETING.

          VIII. C. 2.           VI.WW
          6/6/06                6/20/06


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

          1.   Final Acceptance, Projects PC-0171, WC-0482 and SC-
               0674, street intersection and drainage improvements,
               SW 149th Street and South Pennsylvania Avenue; and
               placing maintenance bond into effect.       Ward 5.
               (ATTACHMENT)
COUNCIL AGENDA
May 23, 2006
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OCMFA     2.     Preliminary Report, Project PC-0254, Turnarounds under
                 the Kilpatrick Turnpike at West Memorial Road and
                 North Pennsylvania; and authorization to prepare final
                 plans and specifications. Ward 8. (ATTACHMENT)

          3.     a.    Joint Resolution with Studio Architecture, P.C.,
                       authorizing the expenditure of 2000 General
                       Obligation Bond Funds (2006 Sale) in the amount
                       of $120,000 for architectural services, Project
                       MB-0738, New Police Briefing Station, SE 89th
                       Street and Santa Fe Avenue; and assigning
                       contract   from   the   Oklahoma   City    Municipal
                       Facilities Authority to The City of Oklahoma City
                       and Studio Architecture, P.C.      Wards 4 and 5.
                       (ATTACHMENT)
                  b.   Joint Resolution with Triad Design Group, Inc.,
                       authorizing the expenditure of 2000 General
                       Obligation Bond Funds (2006 Sale) in the amount
                       of $256,000 for engineering services, Project PC-
                       0014,   street   construction,   SW   15th   Street,
                       Meridian Avenue to MacArthur Boulevard; and
                       assigning   contract   from   the   Oklahoma    City
                       Municipal Facilities Authority to The City of
                       Oklahoma City and Triad Design Group, Inc. Ward
                       3. (ATTACHMENT)

          4.      a.   Joint Resolution with Johnson and Associates,
                       Inc., authorizing the expenditure of 2000 General
                       Obligation Bond Funds (2005 Sale) in the amount
                       of $249,300 to the Oklahoma City Municipal
                       Facilities Authority for advanced engineering
                       provided     for    Project     PC-0267,    street
                       improvements, SW 54th Street, Portland Avenue to
                       MacArthur Boulevard; authorizing the expenditure
                       of 2000 General Obligation Bond Funds (2005 Sale)
                       in   the   amount   of   $53,600   for   remaining
                       engineering services related to Project PC-0267,
                       street improvements; and assigning contract from
                       the Oklahoma City Municipal Facilities Authority
                       to The City of Oklahoma City and Johnson and
                       Associates, Inc. Ward 3. (ATTACHMENT)
COUNCIL AGENDA
May 23, 2006
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 OCMFA   4.       b.   Joint    Resolution      with    Myers     Engineering
                       Corporation, authorizing the expenditure of 2000
                       General Obligation Bond Funds (2006 Sale) in the
                       amount of $50,035 to the Oklahoma City Municipal
                       Facilities Authority for advanced engineering
                       provided for Project PC-0273, reconstruction of
                       NW 150th Street, NW 150th Street, Western Avenue to
                       Santa Fe Avenue; authorizing the expenditure of
                       2000 General Obligation Bond Funds (2006 Sale) in
                       the amount of $89,965 for remaining engineering
                       services      related      to     Project     PC-0273,
                       reconstruction of NW 150th Street; and assigning
                       contract   from    the    Oklahoma    City   Municipal
                       Facilities Authority to The City of Oklahoma City
                       and Myers Engineering Corporation.            Ward 8.
                       (ATTACHMENT)                     c.    Joint
                       Resolution with Horan, Carroll and Associates,
                       Inc., authorizing the expenditure of 2000 General
                       Obligation Bond Funds (2006 Sale) in the amount
                       of $123,760 to the Oklahoma City Municipal
                       Facilities Authority for advanced engineering
                       provided      for     Project      PC-0288,     street
                       improvements, NW 178th Street, Western Avenue to
                       Pennsylvania Avenue; authorizing the expenditure
                       of 2000 General Obligation Bond Funds (2006 Sale)
                       in   the    amount    of    $66,640    for   remaining
                       engineering services related to Project PC-0288,
                       street improvements; and assigning contract from
                       the Oklahoma City Municipal Facilities Authority
                       to The City of Oklahoma City and Horan, Carroll
                       and Associates, Inc. Ward 8. (ATTACHMENT)

          5.     a.   Joint Resolution authorizing Robert E. Manchester
                      and Susan Ann Knight to represent a municipal
                      employee, Oklahoma City Police Officer Taylor
                      Shaw, in the United States District Court for the
                      Western   District  of   Oklahoma,    CIV-06-466-M,
                      styled:    Danielle Pickering vs. The City of
                      Oklahoma City and Taylor Shaw;
                 AND/OR
                 b.   Enter into executive session with the Municipal
                      Counselor to discuss said case as authorized by
                      25 O.S. (2001) §307 (B)(4).    (ATTACHMENT)
COUNCIL AGENDA
May 23, 2006
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OCMFA.    6.     a.   Joint Resolution authorizing Robert E. Manchester
                      and Susan Ann Knight to represent municipal
                      employee, Oklahoma City Police Officer Duane
                      Moss, in the District Court of Oklahoma County,
                      State   of   Oklahoma,  Case  Number   CJ-06-1029,
                      styled:    Christy Eliott, an individual, and
                      Michol Willis, an individual vs. The City of
                      Oklahoma City, and Cecil Moss, individually;
                 AND/OR
                 b.   Enter into executive session with the Municipal
                      Counselor to discuss said case as authorized by
                      25 O.S. (2001) §307 (B)(4).
                      (ATTACHMENT)

          7.     a.   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. 2004-11294F, styled: Cindy Lea
                      Tharp, 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)
                 b.   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.   2005-08963A,  styled: Terry
                      Ripley, 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)
COUNCIL AGENDA
May 23, 2006
PAGE 5

OCMFA     8.     Joint Resolution authorizing the Risk Manager and the
                 Trust's legal counsel to enter into a Joint Petition
                 Settlement of Workers' Compensation Court Claim Nos.
                 2005-07178A and 2005-11457L styled: Stanley Hankins,
                 Claimant vs. The City of Oklahoma City, Respondent, an
                 Own   Risk   Carrier,    and   further  authorizing   the
                 Municipal Counselor to assist said counsel in the
                 rendition of said Petition 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.
                 (ATTACHMENT)

ADJOURN OCMFA.

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

          1.     Resolution continuing the green fee and annual permit
                 fee at Oklahoma City Public Property Authority Golf
                 System golf courses, July 1, 2006 through June 30,
                 2007. (ATTACHMENT)

          2.     Resolution approving the extension, amendment, and/or
                 restatement of Bond Anticipation Note 2005A relating
                 to the funding of the redevelopment of the Skirvin
                 Hotel and other projects within Increment District
                 Number Two; waiving competitive bidding on said
                 extension   and  authorizing   the   sale  thereof  by
                 negotiation to JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A.; approving
                 and authorizing financing documents and certificates
                 pertaining to the extension; authorizing the Chairman
                 or Vice Chairman to finalize, execute and deliver such
                 documents; approving the extension and the project;
                 and containing other provisions relating thereto.
                 (ATTACHMENT)
                 (Three-fourths affirmative vote required to waive
                 competitive bidding.)


          3.     Amendment Nos. 1 and 2 and Change Order Nos. 2, 3 and
                 4, Project PC-0289, Gordon Cooper realignment, Project
                 DC-0221, storm sewer improvements, Project SC-0699,
                 sanitary sewer improvement, and Project WC-0532,
                 waterline relocation, Oklahoma State Fairgrounds, 500
                 Land Rush Avenue; increase of $397,914.20. Ward 6.
                 (ATTACHMENT)
COUNCIL AGENDA
May 23, 2006
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ADJOURN OCPPA.


CONVENE AS OKLAHOMA CITY ENVIRONMENTAL ASSISTANCE TRUST.
(Five affirmative votes required for approval.)

          1.     Rate Adjustment Statement as provided in the Disposal
                 of   Municipal  Solid   Waste   Agreement with  Waste
                 Connections, Inc., solid waste disposal, retroactive
                 to February 1, 2006 through January 31, 2007.   Wards
                 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8. (ATTACHMENT)

          2.     a.   Joint   resolution   authorizing    the Municipal
                      Counselor to accept a settlement offer and to
                      execute all paperwork necessary to effectuate
                      said settlement on the counterclaim of The City
                      and Oklahoma City Environmental Assistance Trust
                      in the case of Rosie Craft, et al vs. The City of
                      Oklahoma City, et al, CJ-2005-6143;
                 AND/OR
                 b.   Enter into executive session with the Municipal
                      Counselor to discuss settlement potential of
                      other remaining issues in said case as authorized
                      by 25 O.S. (2001)§307(B)(4).
                 (ATTACHMENT)

ADJOURN OCEAT.

RECONVENE COUNCIL MEETING.


   VI.    Consent Docket.

          A.     1.   Pricing    agreement    awards    and    approvals,
                      Childcraft Education Corp. dba ABC School Supply
                      (C64105), ATD-American Co. (C64106), Childcraft
                      Education Corp. (C64107), Demco, Inc. (C64108),
                      EAI Education Division of Eric Armin Inc.
                      (C64109), National Audio Visual Supply (C64110),
                      Office Max (C64111), Quill Corporation (C64112),
                      Renaissance   Learning,   Inc.  (C64113),     School
                      Specialty (C64114), S & S Worldwide, Inc.
                      (C64115), The Library Store, Inc. (C64116), Wood
                      Etc.   Corp.   (C64117),   school    supplies    and
                      equipment, remainder of fiscal year 2005-06.
COUNCIL AGENDA
May 23, 2006
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    VI.   A.     2.   Resolution authorizing the open market purchase
                      of related items for which a need cannot be
                      specified (OM6-C64118), estimated cost $50,000,
                      remainder of fiscal year 2005-06.
                 (ATTACHMENT)

          B.     Amendments to pricing agreements, Canadian Valley Turf
                 Farm (R6-C56011), Bentley Turf Farms, Inc. (R6-
                 C56013), Sod by Sherry, Inc. (R6-C56015), grass sod,
                 fiscal year 2005-06. (ATTACHMENT)

          C.     Reject Bids for horticulture greenhouse and landscape
                 supplies, tools (BID76005), fiscal year 2006-07.
                 (ATTACHMENT)

          D.     Resolution authorizing the purchase of hazardous
                 material removal and emergency response (S6-SW50092)
                 from State Contract, retroactive to April 1, 2006
                 through June 30, 2006. (ATTACHMENT)

          E.     Resolution   approving   an   agreement,   BMI   Systems
                 (C64122),   lease   and   maintenance   of   one   Canon
                 imageRunner C587OU digital, color copier with printer
                 and eCopy ScanStation option and one Canon imageRunner
                 2870 digital copier with printer option, May 23, 2006
                 through June 30, 2006. (ATTACHMENT)

    ¢     F.     Contract award and approval, Surrey Fire Safety House,
                 Division of Walters Group, Inc. (C65019), purchase of
                 one Public Education Safety Trailer, $70,175; and
                 approving performance bond. (ATTACHMENT)

          G.     Ordinances to be introduced and set for final hearing
                 June 20, 2006:
                 1.   (ABC-614) ABC-3 Alcoholic Beverage Consumption,
                      Club   With   Alcohol    overlaying   I-2   Moderate
                      Industrial, 4801 South Eastern Avenue.       Ward 4.
                      (ATTACHMENT)
                 2.   (PC-10044) 8048 North Sooner Road from C-3
                      Community Commercial to R-A Single Family Rural
                      Residential. Ward 7. (ATTACHMENT)
                 3.   (PUD-1154)   5301   East    Hefner  Road   from   AA
                      Agricultural     to    PUD-1154     Planned     Unit
                      Development. Ward 7. (ATTACHMENT)
COUNCIL AGENDA
May 23, 2006
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   VI.    G.     4.   (PUD-1168)   1000   SW   89th  Street   from   AA
                      Agricultural and PUD-228 Planned Unit Development
                      to PUD-1168 Planned Unit Development.     Ward 5.
                      (ATTACHMENT)
                 5.   (PUD-1183) 14613 North May Avenue from R-1 Single
                      Family Residential to PUD-1183 Planned Unit
                      Development. Ward 8. (ATTACHMENT)
                 6.   (PUD-1184) 7301 South Post Road from R-1 Single
                      Family Residential to PUD-1184 Planned Unit
                      Development. Ward 4. (ATTACHMENT)
                 7.   (PUD-1189) 800 SW 64th Street from O-2 General
                      Office to PUD-1189 Planned Unit Development.
                      Ward 5. (ATTACHMENT)

          H.     1.   Ordinance to be introduced and set for final
                      hearing July 5, 2006 (CE-673) closing 30-foot
                      utility easement, north of Cascadia Drive and
                      west of North Meridian Avenue. Ward 8.
                 2.   Resolution establishing a date for enactment of
                      said ordinance and determining those entitled to
                      notice.
                 (ATTACHMENT)

          I.     1.   Ordinance to be introduced and set for final
                      hearing July 5, 2006 (CE-674) closing portion of
                      a platted 15-foot alley, 6000 North Classen
                      Boulevard. Ward 2.
                 2.   Resolution establishing a date for enactment of
                      said ordinance and determining those entitled to
                      notice.
                      (ATTACHMENT)

          J.     Ordinance to be introduced and set for final hearing
                 June 20, 2006, relating to zoning, amending Chapter
                 59, Article IV, Section 59-4200.3E of the Oklahoma
                 City   Municipal  Code,  2002,   by   amending  quorum
                 requirements for the Historic Preservation Commission.
                 (ATTACHMENT)

          K.     Resolutions accepting the dedications contained in the
                 final plats:
                 1.   Shadow Ridge II, south of NE 122nd Street and east
                      of Air Depot Boulevard. Ward 7. (ATTACHMENT)
                 2.   Sycamore Ponds, north of SW 59th Street and west
                      of Czech Hall Road. Ward 3. (ATTACHMENT)
COUNCIL AGENDA
May 23, 2006
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 VI.      L.     Resolution   releasing   the  subdivision  bond for
                 Stoneridge Farms, Section 2, north of Memorial Road
                 and west of Morgan Road. Ward 8. (ATTACHMENT)

          M.     Resolution accepting the irrevocable letter of credit
                 and dedications contained in the final plat of
                 Meadowlake Farms, Section 3, south of SW 104th Street
                 and west of Western Avenue. Ward 5. (ATTACHMENT)

          N.     Resolution approving allocation of 2006-2007 Housing
                 Opportunities for Persons with AIDS Grant funds to
                 Regional AIDS Intercommunity Network - RAIN-OK, Inc.,
                 $421,950; and the City of Oklahoma City Planning
                 Department (Admin), $13,050. (ATTACHMENT)

          O.     Resolution approving allocation of 2006-2007 Emergency
                 Shelter Grant funds to the City of Oklahoma City
                 Transit Services, $50,000; Community Health Centers,
                 Inc., $51,000; Traveler's Aid Society of Oklahoma,
                 $39,892; Salvation Army, $40,000; Birth Choice of
                 Oklahoma,   $15,000;   Red   Rock   Behavioral  Health
                 Services, $10,000; Sunbeam Family Services, Inc.,
                 $14,000; and the City of Oklahoma City Planning
                 Department (Admin), $11,573. (ATTACHMENT)

          P.     Resolution    authorizing    the     submission    of   an
                 application for 2006 Continuum of Care Federal grant
                 funds to the United States Department of Housing and
                 Urban Development, and accepting the recommendations
                 of the selection committee regarding the Request for
                 Proposals    to     include:     Community     Enhancement
                 Corporation $860,236; Homeless Alliance (Renewal)
                 $240,000; Homeless Alliance (New/Enhancement),$85,000;
                 Red Rock Behavioral Health Services (Harmony Square -
                 Permanent   Housing),$132,860;    Red    Rock   Behavioral
                 Health Services (The Lodges), $124,999; Red Rock
                 Behavioral   Health    Services     (Harmony    Square   -
                 Transitional    Housing),$104,612;     Community    Health
                 Centers, Inc. $73,001; City Care $299,999; HOPE
                 Community Services, Inc. (Shelter Plus Care-4 Families
                 housing), $135,360; HOPE Community Services, Inc.
                 (Shelter Plus Care-25 individual housing), $142,800;
                 HOPE Community Services, Inc. (Shelter Plus Care-10
                 individual housing), $57,120; and HOPE Community
                 Services, Inc. (Shelter Plus Care-2 Families housing),
                 $13,944. (ATTACHMENT)
COUNCIL AGENDA
May 23, 2006
PAGE 10

   VI.    Q.     Resolution authorizing the execution of documents
                 necessary for a $3,000,000 Lead-Based Paint Hazard
                 Control Grant application, lead inspection/remediation
                 and outreach/training to citizens in Empowerment Zone
                 Neighborhoods. Wards 2, 6 and 7. (ATTACHMENT)

          R.     Final Plans and Specifications to be advertised for
                 bids:
                 1.    Project DC-0196, drainage improvements, SW 85th
                       Street east of Walker Avenue, north to SW 81st
                       Street. Ward 5. (ATTACHMENT)
                 2.    Projects PC-0231, PC-0232 and PC-0233, street
                       improvements, Phase II, (3 locations). Wards 6
                       and 7. (ATTACHMENT)
                 3.    Project PR 3-05/06, Lake Stanley Draper Road
                       improvements. Ward 4 (ATTACHMENT)

          S.     Specifications to be advertised for bids:
                 1.   Project    DM-0263,     channel    cleaning  and
                      maintenance,    (four    locations).    Ward  3.
                      (ATTACHMENT)
                 2.   Project MC-0224, City wide fence repair and
                      installation. Wards 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8.
                      (ATTACHMENT)
                 3.   Project PR 1-04/05, street resurfacing, (eight
                      locations). Ward 6. (ATTACHMENT)
                 4.   Project PR 6-05/06, street resurfacing, (10
                      locations). Ward 4. (ATTACHMENT)
                 5.   Project PR 9-05/06, street resurfacing (seven
                      locations). Ward 4. (ATTACHMENT)

          T.     Contract with the Association of Central Oklahoma
                 Governments reaffirming the Metropolitan Transporta-
                 tion Planning process of the Oklahoma City Area
                 Regional Transportation Study, July 1, 2006 through
                 June 30, 2007, $29,840. (ATTACHMENT)


          U.     Contract award and approving contracts and bonds:
                 1.   Rubicon Investment Co., Inc., Project DM-0259,
                      channel cleaning and maintenance, (10 locations),
                      $35,580. Wards 3, 4 and 5. (ATTACHMENT)
                 2.   A & A Maintenance, Inc., Project DM-0260, channel
                      cleaning   and  maintenance   (seven   locations),
                      $28,149. Wards 4, 5, 6 and 7. (ATTACHMENT)
COUNCIL AGENDA
May 23, 2006
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   VI.    U.     3.   A   &  A   Maintenance,  Inc.   Project   DM-0261,
                      Maintenance,    Inc.,   channel    cleaning    and
                      maintenance (four locations), $70,775. Wards 1, 3
                      and 6. (ATTACHMENT)
                 4.   Hunter Mechanical & Controls, Inc., Project MP-
                      0343,   Myriad  Gardens  Crystal   Bridge   boiler
                      replacement, 100 Myriad Gardens, $86,500. Ward 6.
                      (ATTACHMENT)

          V.     Contract award to Markwell Paving Company, Project PR
                 5-05/06,   street   resurfacing,   (three   locations),
                 $885,599.50; assigning Midwest Engineering & Testing
                 Corporation, as testing laboratory; and approving
                 contract and bonds. Wards 3, 5, and 7. (ATTACHMENT)

          W.     Ratifying and Approving Addendum No. 1, awarding
                 contracts, and approving contracts and bonds:
                 1.   CP Integrated Services, Inc., Project DC-0187,
                      storm drainage improvements, NW 122nd Street and
                      North      Pennsylvania      Avenue,     $3,464,805.50;
                      assigning      Standard    Testing   and    Engineering
                      Company      as    testing    laboratory.     Ward   8.
                      (ATTACHMENT)
                 2.   Sewell Bros., Inc., Projects DC-0133, SC-0703,
                      and WC-0542, Oliver Park Wet Bottom Detention
                      Pond, Lightning Creek, between SW 29th Street and
                      SW   36th    Street,   west   of   Santa   Fe   Avenue,
                      $2,100,542.75; assigning Terracon Consultants,
                      Inc.,     as    testing    laboratory.        Ward   6.
                      (ATTACHMENT)

          X.     Ratifying and approving Addenda Nos. 1 and 2,
                 Resolution extending time for award of contract, and
                 awarding contract to Downey Contracting LLC., Project
                 MB-0707, 420 West Main Building and Waterproofing
                 Improvements, $725,000; assigning Terracon, Inc., as
                 testing laboratory; and approving contract and bonds.
                 Ward 6. (ATTACHMENT)

          Y.     Revised MAPS Canal Use Agreement with the Oklahoma
                 Department of Transportation for the Operation and
                 Maintenance of South Canal projects, Walnut Avenue and
                 Reno Avenue under the elevated portion of I-40. Ward
                 7. (ATTACHMENT)
COUNCIL AGENDA
May 23, 2006
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VI.       Z.     Change Order No. 1, Project MB-0666, Animal Welfare
                 Expansion, 2811 SE 29th Street, decrease of $25,826.
                 Ward 7. (ATTACHMENT)

         AA.     Amendment No. 2 to contract for consulting services,
                 Project   MC-0244,  Federal   Grant    Compliance  and
                 Environmental Review Consultant for the Oklahoma
                 Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul Technology Center,
                 east of South Douglas Boulevard and north of SE 59th
                 Street,   decrease   of   $149,264.37.        Ward  4.
                 (ATTACHMENT)

         BB.     Amendment   No.   9,    with  the  Central   Oklahoma
                 Transportation and Parking Authority to contract for
                 architectural/engineering services, Project MC-0135,
                 Galleria Parking Garage expansion, West Sheridan
                 Avenue and North Hudson Avenue, and Project PC-0242,
                 Harvey Avenue Street extension, North Harvey Avenue
                 and West Main Street intersection, fee increase of
                 $26,461.30. Ward 6. (ATTACHMENT)

         CC.     Final    Acceptance  with    the   Oklahoma Municipal
                 Facilities Authority, Projects PC-0171, WC-0482 and
                 SC-0674,     street    intersection     and  drainage
                 improvements, SW 149th Street and South Pennsylvania
                 Avenue; and placing maintenance bond into effect.
                 Ward 5. (ATTACHMENT)

         DD.     Partial   Acceptance,   Project    MB-0662,  Emergency
                 Communications Center; 715 Robert S. Kerr Avenue,
                 northeast of intersection of Robert S. Kerr Avenue and
                 Shartel Avenue. Ward 6 (ATTACHMENT)

         EE.     Preliminary Report, with the Oklahoma City Municipal
                 Facilities Authority, for Project PC-0254, Turnarounds
                 under the Kilpatrick Turnpike at West Memorial Road
                 and North Pennsylvania; and authorization to prepare
                 final plans and specifications. (ATTACHMENT)

         FF.     Joint Resolution with the Oklahoma City Metropolitan
                 Area Public Schools Trust approving final Plans and
                 Specifications to be advertised for bids, Project EB-
                 0007A/PC-0295, signalization and widening, NW 122nd
                 Street   and   North  Portland   Avenue.  (Ward   8).
                 (ATTACHMENT)
COUNCIL AGENDA
May 23, 2006
PAGE 13

   VI.   GG.     Revocable Pipeline Permits:
                 1.   New Dominion, LLC., to construct, operate and
                      maintain a pipeline crossing South Sunnylane
                      Road, south of SE 59th Street, May 23, 2006
                      through May 1, 2007. Ward 4. (ATTACHMENT)
                 2.   Superior Pipeline Company to construct, operate
                      and maintain a pipeline, SW 43rd Street and
                      Independence Avenue to SW 54th Street and Meridian
                      Avenue, May 23, 2006 through May 1, 2007. Wards 3
                      and 6. (ATTACHMENT)

         HH.     Acceptance of temporary easement, Project PC-0251,
                 street improvements, I-40 and Portland Avenue. Ward 3
                 (ATTACHMENT)

         II.     Acceptance of permanent and temporary easements,
                 Project PC-0268, street widening, NW 150th Street,
                 Pennsylvania  Avenue  to   May   Avenue.  Ward  8.
                 (ATTACHMENT)

         JJ.     Resolution declaring the necessity for acquiring and
                 owning permanent easements for Project DC-0196, storm
                 drainage, SW 82nd Street to SW 85th Street, east of
                 Walker Avenue. Ward 5. (ATTACHMENT)

         KK.     1.   Joint Resolution with Oklahoma City Municipal
                      Facilities Authority and Studio Architecture,
                      P.C. authorizing the expenditure of 2000 General
                      Obligation Bond Funds for architectural services,
                      Project MB-0738, New Police Briefing Station, SE
                      89th Street and Santa Fe Avenue, fee of $120,000;
                      and assigning contract from the Oklahoma City
                      Municipal Facilities Authority to The City of
                      Oklahoma City. Wards 4 and 5. (ATTACHMENT)
                 2.   Joint Resolution with Oklahoma City Municipal
                      Facilities Authority and Triad Design Group,
                      Inc., authorizing the expenditure of 2000 General
                      Obligation Bond Funds for engineering services,
                      Project PC-0014, street construction, SW 15th
                      Street, Meridian Avenue to MacArthur Boulevard,
                      fee of $256,000; and assigning contract from the
                      Oklahoma City Municipal Facilities Authority to
                      The City of Oklahoma City. Ward 3. (ATTACHMENT)
COUNCIL AGENDA
May 23, 2006
PAGE 14

VI.       LL.    Joint   Resolution   with   Oklahoma   City   Municipal
                 Facilities Authority and Johnson and Associates, Inc.,
                 authorizing the expenditure of 2000 General Obligation
                 Bond Funds (2005 Sale) in the amount of $249,300 to
                 the Oklahoma City Municipal Facilities Authority for
                 advanced engineering provided for Project PC-0267,
                 street improvements, SW 54th Street, Portland Avenue to
                 MacArthur Boulevard; authorizing the expenditure of
                 2000 General Obligation Bond Funds (2005 Sale) in the
                 amount of $53,600 for remaining engineering services
                 related to Project PC-0267, street improvements; and
                 assigning contract from the Oklahoma City Municipal
                 Facilities Authority to The City of Oklahoma City and
                 Johnson and Associates, Inc. Ward 3. (ATTACHMENT)

          MM.    1.    Joint Resolution with Oklahoma City Municipal
                       Facilities   Authority   and   Myers   Engineering
                       Corporation, authorizing the expenditure of 2000
                       General Obligation Bond Funds (2006 Sale) in the
                       amount of $50,035 to the Oklahoma City Municipal
                       Facilities Authority for advanced engineering
                       provided for Project PC-0273, reconstruction of
                       NW 150th Street; NW 150th Street, Western Avenue
                       to Santa Fe Avenue; authorizing the expenditure
                       of 2000 General Obligation Bond Funds (2006 Sale)
                       in   the   amount   of   $89,965   for   remaining
                       engineering services related to Project PC-0273,
                       reconstruction of NW 150th Street; and assigning
                       contract   from   the  Oklahoma   City   Municipal
                       Facilities Authority to The City of Oklahoma City
                       and Myers Engineering Corporation.        Ward 8.
                       (ATTACHMENT)
                  2.   Amendment No. 1 to contract for engineering
                       services, with Myers Engineering Corporation, PC-
                       0273, reconstruction of NW 150th Street, Western
                       Avenue to Santa Fe Avenue, fee increase of
                       $17,500. Ward 8. (ATTACHMENT)
COUNCIL AGENDA
May 23, 2006
PAGE 15

VI.       NN.    Joint   Resolution    with   Oklahoma   City   Municipal
                 Facilities    Authority    and   Horan,    Carroll   and
                 Associates, Inc., authorizing the expenditure of 2000
                 General Obligation Bond Funds (2006 Sale) in the
                 amount of $123,760 as reimbursement to the Oklahoma
                 City Municipal Facilities Authority for advanced
                 engineering provided for Project PC-0288, street
                 improvements, NW 178th Street, Western Avenue to
                 Pennsylvania Avenue; authorizing the expenditure of
                 2000 General Obligation Bond Funds (2006 Sale) in the
                 amount of $66,640 for remaining engineering services
                 related to Project PC-0288, street improvements; and
                 assigning contract from the Oklahoma City Municipal
                 Facilities Authority to The City of Oklahoma City and
                 Horan,   Carroll   and   Associates,  Inc.      Ward  8.
                 (ATTACHMENT)

         OO.     Amendment Nos. 1 and 2 and Change Order Nos. 2, 3 and
                 4, with the Oklahoma City Public Property Authority,
                 Project PC-0289, Gordon Cooper realignment, Project
                 DC-0221, storm sewer improvements, Project SC-0699,
                 sanitary sewer improvements, and Project WC-0532,
                 water relocation, Oklahoma State Fairgrounds, 500 Land
                 Rush   Avenue,  increase   of  $397,914.20.   Ward  6.
                 (ATTACHMENT)

         PP.     Memorandum of Agreement and Consent Order for Site
                 Characterization, with the Land Protection Division of
                 the Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality, for
                 the    Oklahoma   River   (Dell)    Site,   Brownfield
                                                th
                 Certification process, SW 15      Street to Portland
                 Avenue between Oklahoma River and I-44. Ward 6
                 (ATTACHMENT)

         QQ.     Resolution approving Memorandum of Understanding for
                 an 800mhz Radio System Inter-Operability agreement
                 with the City of Tulsa and the Department of Public
                 Safety for the State of Oklahoma to effectuate usage
                 of the system for Public Safety inter-operability and
                 emergency purposes. (ATTACHMENT)
COUNCIL AGENDA
May 23, 2006
PAGE 16

   VI.    RR.    Ordinance to be introduced and set for final hearing
                 June 6, 2006, amending Chapter 12 of the Oklahoma City
                 Municipal Code, 2002, relating to buildings and
                 building regulations by adopting new Section 12-4,
                 Standard Specifications for Construction of Public
                 Improvements; amending Chapter 60, Section 60-12-13
                 establishing fees; and providing an effective date.
                 (ATTACHMENT)

         SS.     Approve the Memorandum of Understanding with Veolia
                 Water North America Operating Services, LLC, modifying
                 service agreement for operation and maintenance of
                 wastewater facilities for payment of electricity
                 expenses, North Canadian Wastewater Treatment Plant,
                 12800 North Anderson Road. Ward 7. (ATTACHMENT)

         TT.     Receive:
                 1.   Lake Atoka Reservation Association fiscal year
                      2006-07 Budget. (ATTACHMENT)
                 2.   McGee Creek Authority fiscal year 2006-07 Budget,
                      Pay   Plan   and Capital   Improvement  Projects.
                      (ATTACHMENT)

         UU.     Resolution setting a public hearing on June 20, 2006,
                 Assessment Hearing for Water Improvement District,
                 Silver Lake Addition, Silver Lake Drive, South Shore
                 Drive, and Harbor Drive, Project WC-0460, for the
                 purpose of owner input, discussion, and to hear any
                 protest of the assessment amount. Ward  (ATTACHMENT)

         VV.     Joint   Resolution  with   the   Oklahoma City  Water
                 Utilities Trust electing and agreeing to pay The City
                 of Oklahoma City’s annual aliquot costs for fiscal
                 year 2006-07 in accordance with the McGee Creek
                 Authority Amended Trust Indenture. (ATTACHMENT)

         WW.     Joint   Resolution  with   the   Oklahoma  City   Water
                 Utilities Trust declaring the dilapidated house and
                 associated outbuildings located at 10900 South Midwest
                 Boulevard as surplus and authorizing demolition and
                 removal in the most cost effective manner.      Ward 4.
                 (ATTACHMENT)
                 Deferred from April 11 and April 25, 2006.
                 Request deferral to June 20, 2006.
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May 23, 2006
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   VI.   XX.     Professional Services Agreement with The Cultural
                 Development    Corporation of   Central    Oklahoma   to
                 coordinate and facilitate the implementation of the
                 Greater Oklahoma City Cultural Plan, retroactive to
                 July   1,   2005   through June  30,    2006,   $53,400.
                 (ATTACHMENT)

         YY.     Resolution accepting two Tulsa Centennial "Spirit
                 Poles" from the Tulsa Centennial Committee on behalf
                 of the citizens of Tulsa for installation at the
                 Myriad Botanical Gardens. Ward 6. (ATTACHMENT)

         ZZ.     Resolution accepting the donation of the Civic Center
                 Music Hall outdoor message center in Bicentennial
                 Park, 201 North Walker Avenue, from the Civic Center
                 Foundation. Ward 6. (ATTACHMENT)

         AAA.    Resolution authorizing City co-sponsorship of "Free
                 Fishing Days In Oklahoma", June 3-4, 2006, in
                 conjunction with the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife
                 Conservation. (ATTACHMENT)

         BBB.    1.   Resolution authorizing the Municipal Counselor to
                      waive service of process and to confess judgment
                      without admission of liability in the amount of
                      $963.38 and all costs of the action in the
                      Oklahoma County District Court in the claim filed
                      by Robert Truitt. (ATTACHMENT)
                 2.   Resolution authorizing the Municipal Counselor to
                      waive service of process and to confess judgment
                      without admission of liability in the amount of
                      $1,153.77 and all costs of the action in the
                      Oklahoma County District Court in the claim filed
                      by Charlie Groh. (ATTACHMENT)
                 3.   Resolution authorizing the Municipal Counselor to
                      waive service of process and to confess judgment
                      without admission of liability in the amount of
                      $1,000 and all costs of the action in the
                      Oklahoma County District Court in the claim filed
                      by Valeriy Tarasov. (ATTACHMENT)
COUNCIL AGENDA
May 23, 2006
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   VI.   CCC.    License Agreement with Q.B. Johnson Manufacturing,
                 Inc. authorizing Oklahoma Natural Gas Company to
                 transport third-party natural gas through the Oklahoma
                 Natural Gas Company pipeline system located in the
                 public ways of the City and to deliver the gas to Q.B.
                 Johnson Manufacturing, Inc., 9000 South Sunnylane
                 Road. Ward 4. (ATTACHMENT)

         DDD.    Resolution authorizing the Finance Department to
                 destroy claim vouchers and attachments, pursuant to 11
                 O.S. (2001) §22-132. (ATTACHMENT)

         EEE.    Resolution approving the issuance of an obligation by
                 the Colorado Educational and Cultural Facilities
                 Authority for the benefit of Educational Media
                 Foundation to finance and/or refinance non-commercial
                 radio facilities, 1501 NE 101st Street. Ward 7.
                 (ATTACHMENT)

         FFF.    1.   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. 2004-11294F, styled: Cindy Lea
                      Tharp, 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)
COUNCIL AGENDA
May 23, 2006
PAGE 19


   VI.    FFF.   2.   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.   2005-08963A,  styled: Terry
                      Ripley, 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)

         GGG.    Joint Resolution with the Oklahoma City Municipal
                 Facilities Authority authorizing the Risk Manager and
                 the Trust's legal counsel to enter into a Joint
                 Petition Settlement of Workers' Compensation Court
                 Claim Nos. 2005-07178A and 2005-11457L styled: Stanley
                 Hankins, Claimant vs. The City of Oklahoma City,
                 Respondent,   an   Own  Risk   Carrier,  and   further
                 authorizing the Municipal Counselor to assist said
                 counsel in the rendition of said Petition 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. (ATTACHMENT)

         HHH.    Resolution approving Third Amendment and Extension of
                 Interlocal Cooperative Agreement with the Oklahoma
                 Department of Corrections, Weed and Seed Partnership
                 for reintegration of offenders through Employment and
                 Community Treatment project, not to exceed $148,800,
                 July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007; and authorizing
                 funds to be deposited into designated City fund 019.
                 (ATTACHMENT)

         III.    1.   Resolution approving the Weed and Seed grant
                      award documents, forwarding documents to the
                      United   States   Department  of   Justice   for
                      continuation of the Weed and Seed Program, Oak
                      Grove and Will Rogers Court Federal Housing
                      Development  sites,   not  to  exceed  $225,000,
                      retroactive to October 1, 2005 through September
COUNCIL AGENDA
May 23, 2006
PAGE 20

                         30, 2006; and authorizing deposit of funds into
                         City Fund 019. Wards 3 and 6. (ATTACHMENT)
        III.        2.   Resolution approving the Weed and Seed grant
                         award documents, forwarding     documents to the
                         United States Department of Justice for the
                         continuation of the Classen Ten Penn Weed and
                         Seed Program, located between NW 10th Street and
                         NW 23rd Street, and North Pennsylvania Avenue and
                         Classen Boulevard, in an amount not to exceed
                         $225,000, retroactive to October 1, 2005 through
                         September 30, 2006; and authorizing deposit of
                         funds into City fund 019. Ward 6. (ATTACHMENT)

         JJJ.       Receive the Official Election Returns for the Oklahoma
                    Gas and Electric Company Franchise Election held May
                    9, 2006. (ATTACHMENT)

         KKK.       Resolution   authorizing  the   Office  of   Workforce
                    Development to destroy various records, files, working
                    papers, and other miscellaneous documents dated June
                    30, 2003 and prior, pursuant to 11 O.S. (2001) Section
                    22-131. (ATTACHMENT)

 VII.      Concurrence Docket.

               A.   Concurrence with the Oklahoma City Water Utilities
                    Trust in awarding and approving pricing agreements:
                    1.   Safety and Security Services, Inc. (C69038),
                         security services at utility and lake facilities,
                         date   of    award    through   March     31,   2009.
                         (ATTACHMENT)
                    2.   Water   Products   of   Oklahoma,   Inc.    (C69039),
                         Oklahoma   Contractor’s    Supply,   LLC    (C69040),
                         copper meter resetters, date of award through
                         April 30, 2009. (ATTACHMENT)
                    3.   Caseco   Truck   Body    &  Equipment    Sales,   LLC
                         (C69041), seven new, latest model service bodies,
                         including installation on seven new City owned
                         cab and chassis, $70,678.93. (ATTACHMENT)
COUNCIL AGENDA
May 23, 2006
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   VII.   B.     Concurrence with the Oklahoma City Water Utilities
                 Trust in adopting resolution declaring an emergency;
                 ratifying approval of the bidding documents; waiving
                 formal   competitive  bidding   procedures;  utilizing
                 informal sealed bidding procedures; determining lowest
                 responsible bidder; awarding the contract to Urban
                 Contractors, Inc., Project WE-0052, emergency 72-inch
                 water transmission main repair, east of Air Depot
                 Boulevard on SE 164th Street, $141,650; ratifying
                 issuance of an emergency work order; and approving
                 contract and bonds. Ward 4. (ATTACHMENT)

          C.     Concurrence with the Oklahoma City Water Utilities
                 Trust in ratifying and approving Addendum No. 1,
                 Project ST-0095 Phase II, North Canadian Wastewater
                 Treatment Plant Improvements, 12800 North Anderson
                 Road. Ward 7. (ATTACHMENT)

          D.     Concurrence with the Oklahoma City Water Utilities
                 Trust in approving Change Order No. 7, Project WC-
                 0418, improvements and expansion of Draper Water
                 Treatment Plant from 90 MGD to 124 MGD, 13700 South
                 Douglas Boulevard; increase of $104,233.84. Ward 4.
                 (ATTACHMENT)

          E.     Concurrence with the Oklahoma City Water Utilities
                 Trust in approving Amendment No. 1, Project SC-0657,
                 sanitary sewer rehabilitation, SW 59th Street to I-240,
                 South Pennsylvania Avenue to South Blackwelder Avenue,
                 decrease of $85,359.20; accepting the project and
                 placing maintenance bond into effect.          Ward 6.
                 (ATTACHMENT)

          F.     Concurrence with the Oklahoma City Water Utilities
                 Trust   in   approving    Amendment  of  Solicitation
                 /Modification of Contract with the United States of
                 America, Tinker Air Force Base. Ward 4. (ATTACHMENT)

          G.     Concurrence with the Oklahoma City Water Utilities
                 Trust in approving fiscal year 2006-07 loan agreement
                 with McGee Creek Authority, operating budget and
                 estimated bond issue related expenses, $7,773,900.
                 (ATTACHMENT)
COUNCIL AGENDA
May 23, 2006
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 VII.     H.     Concurrence with the Oklahoma City Water Utilities
                 Trust in accepting Project WC-0538, Hefner Canal
                 Diversion Building gate stem replacement, 4201 North
                 Stinchcomb Avenue; and placing maintenance bond into
                 effect. Ward 1. (ATTACHMENT)

          I.     Concurrence with the Oklahoma City Water Utilities
                 Trust    in   receiving    Oklahoma   Department    of
                 Environmental  Quality   Permit   No.  WT000055051344,
                 Project WT-0066, new backwash water storage tank and
                 existing backwash water storage tank rehabilitation,
                 Lake Draper Water Treatment Plant, 13700 South Douglas
                 Boulevard. Ward 4. (ATTACHMENT)

          J.     Concurrence with the Oklahoma City Water Utilities
                 Trust in waiving consultant selection procedures and
                 approving contract with The Benham Companies, LLC, for
                 engineering services for Project WC-0544, water line
                 relocation and Project SC-0705, sanitary sewer line
                 relocation, I-235 at the I-44 Interchange, fee of
                 $202,000. Wards 2 and 7. (ATTACHMENT)

          K.     Concurrence with the Oklahoma City Metropolitan Area
                 Public Schools Trust in approving applications of
                 funding:
                 1.   Putnam City School District, installation of fire
                      suppression systems, Harvest Hills Elementary
                      School, 8201 NW 104th Street; Western Oaks
                      Elementary School, 7210 NW 23rd Street; Wiley Post
                      Elementary School, 6920 Britton Road; Mayfield
                      Middle School, 1600 North Purdue, $962,480. Ward
                      1 and Bethany. (ATTACHMENT)
                 2.   Putnam City School District, installation of
                      artificial turf, Putnam City North High School,
                      11800 North Rockwell Avenue; Putnam City West
                      High School, 8500 NW 23rd Street; Putnam City High
                      School, 5300 NW 50th Street, $2,685,578. Wards 1,
                      8 and Warr Acres. (ATTACHMENT)
                 3.   Edmond Public School District, construction of a
                      new parking lot, Edmond Memorial High School,
                      1500   East   15th   Street,   $286,000.   Edmond.
                      (ATTACHMENT)
COUNCIL AGENDA
May 23, 2006
PAGE 23

 VII.     L.     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 final Plans and
                 Specifications to be advertised for bids, Project EB-
                 0003A, Eisenhower High School Re-Roofing Project, 1301
                 NE 101st Street. Ward 7. (ATTACHMENT)

          M.     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-0009, Telstar Elementary School Addition
                 and Renovation, 9521 NE 16th Street, increase of
                 $19,392; approve partial acceptance, and place the
                 maintenance  bond   into  effect.      Midwest   City.
                 (ATTACHMENT)

          N.     Concurrence with the Oklahoma City Metropolitan Area
                 Public   Schools   Trust   in   adopting   resolution
                 recommending the Board of Education of Independent
                 School District No. 89 approving       amendment and
                 assignment of contract for architectural services,
                 Project EB-0010, Willow Brook Elementary School, 8105
                 NE 10th Street, fee increase of $49,249.      Midwest
                 City. (ATTACHMENT)

          O.     Concurrence with the Oklahoma City Metropolitan Area
                 Public Schools Trust in adopting resolution approving
                 Change Order No. 3 and Amendment No. 1, Project ES-
                 0019C, Roof Replacement Projects – Britton Elementary
                 School, 1215 NW 95th Street; Edwards Elementary School,
                 1123 NE Grand Boulevard; Lee Elementary School, 4242
                 SW 29th Street; and Sequoyah Elementary School, 2400 NW
                 36th Street; increase of $3,516.44. Wards 2, 3 and 7.
                 (ATTACHMENT)

          P.     Concurrence with the Oklahoma City Metropolitan Area
                 Public    Schools   Trust  in   adopting  resolutions
                 authorizing the purchase and installation of network
                 equipment and classroom phones from Chickasaw Telecom
                 Inc.:
                 1.    Project ES-T013, New John Marshall High School
                       Network Equipment and VoIP Phone System, 12201
                       North Portland Avenue, $168,783.23.    Ward 8.
                       (ATTACHMENT)
COUNCIL AGENDA
May 23, 2006
PAGE 24

 VII.     P.     2.   Project ES-T014, New Martin Luther King, Jr.
                      Elementary School Network Equipment and VoIP
                      Phone System, 1201 NE 47th Street, $97,970.72.
                      Ward 7. (ATTACHMENT)
                 3.   Project ES-T015, Wheeler Elementary School New
                      Addition Network Equipment and VoIP Phone System,
                      501 SE 25th Street, $31,524.80.          Ward 7.
                      (ATTACHMENT)

 VIII.    Items Requiring Separate Votes.

          A.     Ordinances on final hearing (emergency) recommended
                 for approval (five affirmative votes required for
                 approval):
                 1.   (ABC-615) ABC-2 Alcoholic Beverage Consumption,
                      Restaurant With Alcohol overlaying C-3 Community
                      Commercial, 10600 South Pennsylvania Avenue.
                      Ward 5. (ATTACHMENT)
                 2.   (PC-10039) 924 NW 71st Street from R-1 Single
                      Family Residential to O-2 General Office.      Ward
                      2. (ATTACHMENT)
                 3.   (PC-10041)   200   North  Morgan   Road   from   AA
                      Agricultural to I-2 Moderate Industrial. Ward 1.
                      (ATTACHMENT)
                 4.   (PC-10042) 9400 North Air Boulevard from AA
                      Agricultural    to   R-A   Single   Family    Rural
                      Residential. Ward 7. (ATTACHMENT)
                 5.   (PC-10043) 4544     East Britton Road from AA
                      Agricultural    to   R-A   Single   Family    Rural
                      Residential. Ward 7. (ATTACHMENT)
                 6.   (PC-10045) 4601 South Walker Avenue from R-1
                      Single Family Residential to O-2 General Office.
                      Ward 4. (ATTACHMENT)
                 7.   (PUD-1151) 4900-5124 SW 134th Street from I-2
                      Moderate Industrial to PUD-1151 Planned Unit
                      Development. Ward 3. (ATTACHMENT)
                      Planning Commission approval subject to the
                      Summary of Technical Evaluation as amended.
                 8.   (PUD-1163) 8400 North I-35 Service Road from I-1
                      Light   Industrial    to PUD-1163    Planned   Unit
                      Development. Ward 7. (ATTACHMENT)
                      Planning Commission approval subject to the
                      Summary of Technical Evaluation.
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May 23, 2006
PAGE 25

 VIII.   A.       9.   (PUD-1182) 300 NE 4th Street from PUD-728 Planned
                       Unit   Development  and   PUD-1078  Planned  Unit
                       Development to PUD-1182 Planned Unit Development.
                       Ward 7. (ATTACHMENT)
                       Planning Commission approval subject to the
                       Summary of Technical Evaluation.
                 10.   (PUD-1188) 9801 NW 23rd Street from PUD-1000
                       Planned Unit Development to PUD-1188 Planned Unit
                       Development. Ward 3. (ATTACHMENT)
                 11.   (SPUD-388) 2809 SW 119th Street from PUD-697
                       Planned Unit Development to SPUD-388 Simplified
                       Planned Unit Development. Ward 5. (ATTACHMENT)
                       Planning Commission approval subject to the
                       Summary of Technical Evaluation.

          B.     Ordinance on final hearing (emergency), (SN-051)
                 changing the name of Missouri Avenue, lying between NE
                 5th Street and NE 8th Street, to Rev. J. A. Reed Jr.
                 Avenue. Ward 7. (ATTACHMENT)

          C.     Ordinances on final hearing (emergency) recommended
                 for approval (five affirmative votes required for
                 approval):
                 1.   (SP-381) Special Permit for Mining and Processing
                      Minerals and Raw Materials (sand and gravel
                      excavation) in the AA Agricultural and R-1 Single
                      Family Residential Districts, 8724 and 8725 NE
                      63rd Street. Ward 7. (ATTACHMENT)
                      Planning Commission approval subject to the
                      Summary of Technical Evaluation.
                 2.   (SP-382) Special Permit to operate a Forced
                      Detention Corrections Facility in the PUD-9A
                      Planned Unit Development and I-3 Heavy Industrial
                      Districts, 231 Greenfield Center Drive.   Ward 3.
                      (ATTACHMENT)
                      Request deferral to June 6, 2006.
COUNCIL AGENDA
May 23, 2006
PAGE 26

 VIII.    D.     1.   Public Hearing.
                 2.   Resolution adopting an 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 Utilities Fund; the Solid
                      Waste Management Fund; and the Zoo Sales Tax
                      Fund; and directing filing. (ATTACHMENT)

          E.     1.    Public hearing regarding dilapidated structures:
                       a.   2608 North Coltrane Road (house) Ward 7
                       b.   2237 West Eubanks Street (front porch on
                            house and garage and rear porch on house)
                            Ward 2
                       c.   2302 North Kelham Avenue (house) Ward 7
                       d.   9420 North McKinley Avenue (garage) Ward 2
                       e.   3313 SW Murray Drive (house) Ward 3
                       f.   1726 North Shawnee Avenue (east shed and
                            porch and west shed) Ward 3
                       g.   220 North Tuttle Street (house) Ward 6
                       h.   816 SE 5th Street (duplex) Ward 7
                       i.   1824 NE 11th Street (house) Ward 7
                       j.   2009 NW 13th Street (garage) Ward 6
                       k.   2501 NE 13th Street (shed) Ward 7
                       l.   1624 NW 14th Street (common garage) Ward 6
                       m.   1628 NW 14th Street (common garage) Ward 6
                       n.   4032 NW 15th Street (garage and house)
                            Ward 3
                       o.   1912 NW 16th Street (trailer foundation)
                            Ward 6
                       p.   1245 SW 17th Street (house and shed) Ward 6
                       q.   1220 SW 19th Street (house) Ward 6
                       r.   2521 NE 19th Street (garage) Ward 7
                       s.   2427 SW 21st Street aka 2421 SW 21st Street
                            (rear add-on) Ward 6
                       t.   2245 SW 22nd Street (rear house) Ward 6
                       u.   1218 NW 30th Street (garage) Ward 2
                       v.   1025 SW 31st Street (garage) Ward 6
                       w.   1325 SW 31st Street (storm cellar) Ward 6
                       x.   1225 SW 33rd Street (apartment) Ward 6
                       y.   1512 SW 34th Street (garage and house)
                            Ward 6
                       z.   2321 SW 38th Street (garage) Ward 6
                      aa.   801 SW 50th Street (shed) Ward 4
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May 23, 2006
PAGE 27

 VIII.    E.          bb.  2712 SW 79th Street (shed) Ward 5
                      cc.  1003 NW 95th Street (house) Ward 2
                      dd.  805 NW 96th Street (house) Ward 2
                      ee.  2708 SW 30th Street (house) Ward 6
                           Deferred from March 21, 2006
                 2.   Resolution declaring the structures are dil-
                      apidated; directing said structures to be torn
                      down, establishing dates of May 24, 2006 and June
                      23, 2006 for commencement and completion of
                      removal by owners.
                 (ATTACHMENT)

          F.     1.   Public hearing regarding unsecured structures:
                      a.   6301 South Byers Avenue (cellar) Ward 4
                      b.   2608 North Coltrane Road (brick garage and
                           east garage) Ward 7
                      c.   3217 North May Avenue (commercial building)
                           Ward 2
                      d.   3005 Pioneer Avenue (house and red shed and
                           white shed) Ward 2
                      e.   2928 Tulsa Drive (house and shed) Ward 1
                      f.   1201 NW 9th Street (apartment building)
                           Ward 6
                      g.   214 SW 12th Street (house) Ward 6
                      h.   1418 NW 14th Street (house) Ward 6
                      i.   2733 NE 15th Street (house) Ward 7
                      j.   1600 NW 16th Street (house) Ward 6
                      k.   1218 NW 17th Street (apartment building)
                           Ward 6
                      l.   2427 SW 21st Street aka 2421 SW 21st Street
                           (house and rear house) Ward 6
                      m.   2020 NW 23rd Street (house) Ward 6
                      n.   223 NW 24th Street aka 221 NW 24th Street
                           (front house and rear garage and apartment)
                           Ward 2
                      o.   200 SW 25th Street aka 204 SW 25th Street
                           (commercial building) Ward 6
                      p.   3724 SW 25th Street (house) Ward 3
                      q.   712 NW 26th Street (cellar and garage)
                           Ward 2
                      r.   1600 SW 26th Street (house) Ward 6
                      s.   1600 SW 41st Street (house) Ward 6
                      t.   2412 SW 47th Street (house) Ward 4
                      u.   324 SE 53rd Street (school building) Ward 4
                      v.   252 NW 84th Street (house) Ward 7
                      w.   409 NW 85th Street (house) Ward 7
COUNCIL AGENDA
May 23, 2006
PAGE 28


 VIII.    F.     2.   Resolution   declaring   the    structures    are
                      unsecured.
                 (ATTACHMENT)

          G.     Revocable   permit  for   holding  the   "Paseo   Arts
                 Festival", May 27-29, 2006, sponsored by The Paseo
                 Artist Association, Paseo Drive between NW 28th Street
                 and NW 30th Street. (ATTACHMENT)

          H.     1.   Resolution approving the request for salary
                      continuation for Fire Corporal Lonnie Cook while
                      he continues to require rehabilitation for a
                      sickness that was caused or sustained by his
                      performance as a firefighter for up to an
                      additional six months as permitted by State law
                      11 O.S. § 49-111, providing for an effective date
                      of December 24, 2005.
                 AND/or
                 2.   Enter into executive session with the Municipal
                      Counselor to discuss the diagnosis, treatment,
                      and return to work of Corporal Cook as authorized
                      by 25 O.S. (2001) § 307(B)(4).
                 (ATTACHMENT)

          I.     Resolution establishing evaluation policies for the
                 Judges of the Oklahoma City Municipal Court; stating
                 that evaluations of the presiding Municipal Judge and
                 the Municipal Judges shall be done annually (Annual
                 Evaluations); designating the "Evaluators" who shall
                 perform the Annual Evaluations; providing evaluation
                 forms; directing the Presiding Municipal Judge to work
                 with the Director of Municipal Courts to develop an
                 annual judicial performance survey (Annual Survey) to
                 be circulated among attorneys practicing in the
                 Oklahoma City Municipal Court, with the results of the
                 Annual Survey to be submitted by the Presiding
                 Municipal Judge to the Evaluators by April 1 of each
                 year, and specifying May 1 as the date for submission
                 of the Annual Evaluations by the Evaluators to the
                 Judiciary Committee. (ATTACHMENT)
COUNCIL AGENDA
May 23, 2006
PAGE 29

 VIII.    J.     Resolution approving the incurrence of indebtness by
                 the Oklahoma City Public Property Authority by the
                 extension, amendment and/or restatement of its Bond
                 Anticipation Note 2005A relating to the funding of the
                 redevelopment of the Skirvin Hotel and other projects
                 within Increment District Number Two; authorizing the
                 sale of said Extension by the Authority at negotiated
                 sale and at a price less than par; approving an
                 Agreement of Support in futherance of the Extension;
                 approving issuance of said Extension and the project;
                 and containing other provisions relating thereto.
                 (ATTACHMENT)
                 (Two-thirds   affirmative  vote   required  to   incur
                 indebtedness).
                 (Three-fourths affirmative vote required to waive
                 competitive bidding).

          K.     1.   Resolution authorizing the Municipal Counselor to
                      confess judgment without admitting liability and
                      execute all necessary paperwork to settle the
                      case of Quincy Garfield vs. The City of Oklahoma
                      City, Case No. CJ-2005-2346, in the Oklahoma
                      County District Court, State of Oklahoma;
                 AND/OR
                 2.   Enter into executive session with the Municipal
                      Counselor to discuss the above case as authorized
                      by 25 O.S. (2001) §307(B)(4).
                 (ATTACHMENT)

          L.     1.   Joint   resolution   with    the   Oklahoma   City
                      Environmental Assistance Trust authorizing the
                      Municipal Counselor to accept a settlement offer
                      and to execute all paperwork necessary to
                      effectuate said settlement on the counterclaim of
                      the   City   and   Oklahoma   City   Environmental
                      Assistance Trust in the case of Rosie Craft, et
                      al vs. The City of Oklahoma City, et al, CJ-2005-
                      6143;
                 AND/OR
                 2.   Enter into executive session with the Municipal
                      Counselor to discuss settlement potential of
                      other remaining issues in said case as authorized
                      by 25 O.S. (2001)§307(B)(4).
                 (ATTACHMENT)
COUNCIL AGENDA
May 23, 2006
PAGE 30

VIII.     M.     1.   Joint Resolution with the Oklahoma City Municipal
                      Facilities   Authority   authorizing  Robert   E.
                      Manchester and Susan Ann Knight to represent a
                      municipal employee, Oklahoma City Police Officer,
                      Taylor Shaw, in the United States District Court
                      for the Western District of Oklahoma, CIV-06-466-
                      M, styled:    Danielle Pickering vs. The City of
                      Oklahoma City and Taylor Shaw;
                      AND/OR
                 2.   Enter into executive session with the Municipal
                      Counselor to discuss said case as authorized by
                      25 O.S. (2001) §307 (B)(4).
                      (ATTACHMENT)

          N.     1.   Joint resolution with the Oklahoma City Municipal
                      Facilities   Authority   authorizing   Robert  E.
                      Manchester and Susan Ann Knight to represent
                      municipal employee, Oklahoma City Police Officer
                      Duane Moss, in the District Court of Oklahoma
                      County, State of Oklahoma, Case Number CJ-06-
                      1029, styled: Christy Elliott, an individual, and
                      Michol Willis, an individual vs. The City of
                      Oklahoma City, and Cecil Moss, individually;
                 AND/OR
                 2.   Enter into executive session with the Municipal
                      Counselor to discuss said case as authorized by
                      25 O.S. (2001)§307(B)(4).
                 (ATTACHMENT)

          O.     1.   Resolution authorizing the Municipal Counselor to
                      settle the property damage claim of The City of
                      Oklahoma City against Jordan Contractors, Inc.;
                 AND/OR
                 2.   Enter into executive session to discuss said case
                      as authorized by 25 O.S. 2001 § 307(B)(4).
                 (ATTACHMENT)
COUNCIL AGENDA
May 23, 2006
PAGE 31

VIII.    P.      1.   Resolution authorizing the Municipal Counselor to
                      confess judgment without admitting liability in
                      settlement of the case of Ray Johnson vs. R & R
                      Homes LLC, Hicks Heating, Air Conditioning &
                      Refrigeration, Inc., and The City of Oklahoma
                      City, in the District Court of Oklahoma County;
                      CJ-2005-7653;
                 AND/OR
                 2.    Enter into executive session to discuss said case
                      as authorized by 25 O.S. 2001 §307 (B)(4).
                 (ATTACHMENT)

          Q.     Enter into executive session with the Municipal
                 Counselor to discuss settlement offer in the case of
                 April Gaines and Preston Veales vs. The City of
                 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma County District Court, Case
                 No. CJ-2005-4778, as authorized by 25 O.S. 2001
                 §307(B)(4). (ATTACHMENT)

          R.     1.   Claims recommended for denial:
                      a. GHS Property & Casualty Insurance Co., $6,850
                      b. Farmers Insurance Group, $3,930.80
                      c. Cathy Graham, $128.16
                      d. Asana Ngwana, $254.00
                      e. Shelter Insurance Companies, $8,851.78
                      f. Don Womack, $60.00
                 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)


   IX.    A.     1.   Claims for Approval:
                      a. Earnestine Brown, $500
                      b. Du Nguyen, $486.81
                 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)
COUNCIL AGENDA
May 23, 2006
PAGE 32

    X.    Items from Council.

          A.     Resolution   promoting   citizen participation and
                 engagement and equal opportunity by The City of
                 Oklahoma City. (ATTACHMENT)


   XI.    City Manager Reports.

          A.     Claims and Payroll (ATTACHMENT)
          B.     Grand Reopening of Oklahoma Tennis Center (ATTACHMENT)
          C.     FY 2005-06 Street Improvements Report (ATTACHMENT)
          D.     Outdoor Siren Warning System (ATTACHMENT)
          E.     April 2006 Hotel/Motel Tax Collections (ATTACHMENT)
          F.     May 2006 Sales and Use Tax Collections (ATTACHMENT)

 XII.     Citizens to be Heard.



 XIII.    Adjournment.



 XIV.     Finance Committee

          A.     Neighborhood Services Department (continuation)

          B.     Public Works Department

				
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