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					                      THE CITY OF OKLAHOMA CITY
                            FORMAL AGENDA
                             CITY COUNCIL
                            JULY 18, 2006



  I.   Invocation and Pledge of Allegiance.



 II.   Call to Order.



III.   From the Office of the Mayor.

       A.   Appointment of Kathy Cronemiller to the Board of
            Governors for Nurseries, Day Care Centers and Day
            Camps. (ATTACHMENT)

       B.   Appointment of Ron Wasson and Joe Clytus to the Bond
            Advisory Committee. (ATTACHMENT)

       C.   Appointment of George T. Washington to the Bricktown
            Urban Design Committee. (ATTACHMENT)

       D.   Appointment of Ann Lee Suttles to the Stockyards City
            Urban Design Committee. (ATTACHMENT)

       E.   Ordinance to be introduced and set for final hearing
            August 1, 2006, relating to Parks, Recreation,
            Cultural Affairs, Etc.; amending Section 38-497 of
            Chapter 38, Division 2 of the City Municipal Code,
            2002, deleting the requirement of a representative of
            the Oklahoma City Convention and Visitors Commission
            and change the number of members at large from five to
            six. (ATTACHMENT)



 IV.   A.   Receive    Journal   of   Council   Proceedings   for   July    5,
            2006.

       B.   Approve Amended      Journal   of   Council   Proceedings      for
            June 20, 2006.
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    V.    Request for Uncontested Continuances.

          VIII. B.
          8/01/06



RECESS COUNCIL MEETING.



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


          1.     Receive   Consultant   Review   Committee    Reports   and
                 authorization to negotiate contracts:
                 a.   Project PC-0304, widening and improvement of May
                      Avenue, NW 150th Street to NW 164th Street, from
                      two lanes to four lanes; and authorization to
                      negotiate   contract    with    HPTS.       Ward   8.
                      (ATTACHMENT)
                 b.   Project PC-0306, widening and improvement of NW
                      164th Street, Western Avenue to Pennsylvania
                      Avenue, from two lanes to four lanes; and Project
                      PC-0308, street improvement on Council Road from
                      Highway 152 to SW 59th Street; and authorization
                      to negotiate contracts with Cobb Engineering Co.
                      and HCA. Wards 3 and 8. (ATTACHMENT)
                 c.   Project   PC-0307/TC-0366,     street   and   traffic
                      improvements, NW Expressway between I-44 and
                      Pennsylvania    Avenue;    and    authorization    to
                      negotiate a contract with Benham Group. Ward 2.
                      (ATTACHMENT)

          2.     Request for Proposals to be advertised, insurance
                 broker services for the Oklahoma City Municipal
                 Facilities Authority to market, on behalf of The City
                 of Oklahoma City and its municipal trusts, of which
                 the City is a beneficiary, the City’s insurance
                 coverage, obtain a sufficient number of competitive
                 quotes and make recommendations for placement of
                 coverage for Property and Casualty, Excess Liability,
                 Excess Workers’ Compensation, Crime and Miscellaneous
                 Insurance and to provide other Risk Management
                 services as needed. (ATTACHMENT)
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JULY 18, 2006
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OCMFA.    3.     Resolution approving the sole source Professional
                 Services Contract with Computer Risk Management, Inc.
                 for customized maintenance and support of the Risk
                 Management Information System “Risk 2000+”™, not to
                 exceed $31,104, July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007.
                 (ATTACHMENT)


          4.     Resolution approving a Retainer Agreement with John S.
                 Oldfield, Jr., Michael G. Coker and Charles G. Braun,
                 legal services in the defense of Workers’ Compensation
                 claims, not to exceed $240,000, July 1, 2006 through
                 June 30, 2007. (ATTACHMENT)


          5.     Joint Resolution approving a Property and Casualty
                 Insurance Agreement for administration of the City’s
                 Property   and   Casualty   Insurance   Program,   and
                 transferring funds deemed necessary and appropriate
                 for this purpose to the Oklahoma City Municipal
                 Facilities Authority Risk Management Property and
                 Casualty Insurance Fund, July 1, 2006 through June 30,
                 2007; and authorizing transfer of funds from the Risk
                 Management Internal Service Fund to the Oklahoma City
                 Municipal Facilities Authority Risk Management –
                 Property and Casualty Insurance Administration Fund,
                 as funds become available. (ATTACHMENT)


          6.     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.
                 2006-01414K, styled:   Ahmed O. Rashidi, 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)
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OCMFA.    7.     Joint Resolution authorizing the Risk Manager and the
                 Trust’s legal counsel to enter into a Joint Petition
                 Settlement in the Workers’ Compensation Court Claim
                 No. 2000-15650K styled:         Curtis J. Jones, Jr.,
                 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)


          8.     Joint Resolution authorizing the Risk Manager and the
                 Trust’s legal counsel to enter into a Form 14
                 Settlement in the Workers’ Compensation Court Claim,
                 styled:    Wayne Barney, 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)


          9.     Joint Resolution approving   Comprehensive Retainer
                 Agreements with Stacey Haws Felkner and Ambre Gooch
                 for legal defense of City employees, not to exceed
                 $180,000, July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007.
                 (ATTACHMENT)


         10.     a.   Joint resolution authorizing Susan Ann Knight to
                      represent municipal employees, Oklahoma City
                      Police Officers Jeff Golinghorst, Randy Kirby,
                      Tammi Reeder, and Vance Allen, in the United
                      States District Court for the Western District of
                      Oklahoma, Case No. CIV-05-931-C, styled:    Patsy
                      Trent and Kathleen Niblack vs. Alan Brett
                      Davison, et al.;
                 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)
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OCMFA.   11.     a.   Joint resolution authorizing Ambre Gooch to
                      represent David Helson, in the United States
                      District Court for the Western District of
                      Oklahoma,   Case    No.    CIV-06-391-C,   styled:
                      Kristina D. Griggs vs. The City of Oklahoma City,
                      David Helson and Eugene Weiss (sic), et al.;
                 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)


         12.     a.   Joint resolution authorizing Margaret McMorrow-
                      Love to represent Albert Eugene Weese, in the
                      United States District Court for the Western
                      District of Oklahoma, Case No. CIV-06-391-C,
                      styled:    Kristina D. Griggs vs. The City of
                      Oklahoma City, David Helson and Eugene Weiss
                      (sic), et al.;
                 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)


         13.     a.   Joint resolution authorizing Susan Ann Knight to
                      represent municipal employees, Oklahoma City
                      Police Officers David Hollis, Roger Martinez, and
                      Benjamin Nikkel, in the United States District
                      Court for the Western District of Oklahoma, Case
                      No. CIV-06-392-T, styled: Angela Johnson as next
                      friend of Dylan Johnson vs. The City of Oklahoma
                      City, et al.;
                 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)
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JULY 18, 2006
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OCMFA.   14.     Joint Resolutions authorizing and directing the City
                 Manager/General    Manager   and/or   his   designee   to
                 negotiate a contract, for subsequent City Council and
                 Trustee consideration:
                 a.   Blue Cross / Blue Shield of Oklahoma to provide
                      administrative services and support for the Group
                      Indemnity Health Care Plan, effective plan year
                      beginning January 1, 2007. (ATTACHMENT)
                 b.   CIGNA Behavioral Health, to provide an Employee
                      Assistance Program for employees of the City and
                      members of the immediate families, effective
                      program    year    beginning   January    1,   2007.
                      (ATTACHMENT)


ADJOURN OCMFA.



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


          1.     Final Plans and Specifications to be advertised for
                 bids, Projects PC-0297, WC-0553 and SC-0711, The
                 Triangle residential infrastructure development, NE 3rd
                 Street and Oklahoma Avenue. Ward 7. (ATTACHMENT)

          2.     Ratifying and approving Addendum No. 1, and awarding
                 contract to Downey Contracting, LLC, Project MC-0236,
                 “The Underground”, Renovation and Rehabilitation of
                 the “Metro Underground Conncourse”, Downtown Oklahoma
                 City, Hudson Avenue to Broadway Avenue, and Sheridan
                 Avenue to NW 4th Street, $1,170,600; assigning Standard
                 Testing and Engineering as testing laboratory; and
                 approving contract and bonds.        Wards 6 and 7.
                 (ATTACHMENT)

          3.     Amendment No. 1, Project WC-0543 and SC-0704, Las
                 Rosas Residential Development, Phase I, water and
                 sanitary sewer improvements, SE 25th Street and Byers
                 Avenue, decrease of $1,500; accepting project and
                 placing maintenance bond into effect.        Ward 7.
                 (ATTACHMENT)
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JULY 18, 2006
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OCPPA.    4.     Resolution authorizing the open market purchase of
                 outdoor furnishings:   parks and play equipment, site
                 furnishings, and surfacing no bid items and related
                 items for which a need cannot be specified (OM7-
                 C74039), estimated cost $50,000, fiscal year 2006-07.
                 (ATTACHMENT)

          5.     Resolution authorizing negotiations with EDAW, Inc.
                 for a Professional Consultant Services Contract to
                 develop a downtown Oklahoma City Streetscape Master
                 Plan, NW 13th Street and NE 13th Street, Lincoln
                 Boulevard, new I-40 realignment, and Western Avenue.
                 Wards 6 and 7. (ATTACHMENT)

          6.     Resolution   authorizing  renewal  of   Memorandum  of
                 Agreement with Bank of Oklahoma, N.A. for escrow agent
                 services for Civic Center Music Hall Box Office, July
                 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007. (ATTACHMENT)

          7.     a.   Joint   Resolution   authorizing   the   Municipal
                      Counselor to enter into a Stipulation for
                      Settlement and to execute a Consent Decree in the
                      case of James Lawson and Access Now, Inc. vs. The
                      City of Oklahoma City, United States District
                      Court for the Western District of Oklahoma, Case
                      No. CIV-04-1692-HE;
                 AND/OR
                 b.   Enter into executive session with the Municipal
                      Counselor to discuss settlement of said case as
                      authorized by 25 O.S. (2001) §307(B)(4).
                 (ATTACHMENT)


ADJOURN OCPPA.
COUNCIL AGENDA
JULY 18, 2006
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CONVENE AS OKLAHOMA CITY ENVIRONMENTAL ASSISTANCE TRUST.
(Five affirmative votes required for approval.)


          1.     a.   Ratifying and approving Addenda Nos. 1 and 2, and
                      rejecting bids.
                 b.   Revised    Specifications    (OCEAT03-06R)   to   be
                      advertised for the one-time purchase of 15 new,
                      latest model 60,000 lb. GVWR cab-over trucks with
                      truck-mounted     side    loader   beds,   including
                      installation and pricing agreement for related
                      repair parts, consumables and repair services,
                      date    of    award    through   June    30,   2011.
                      (ATTACHMENT)

ADJOURN OCEAT.



RECONVENE COUNCIL MEETING.


   VI.    Consent Docket.


          A.     Contract award and approval, Aramsco, Inc. (C65023),
                 one   mass  decontamination   trailer,   $247,999; and
                 approving performance bond. (ATTACHMENT)

          B.     1.   Renewal   of   pricing    agreements,   Childcraft
                      Education Corp. dba ABC School Supply (R7-
                      C64105), ATD-American Co. (R7-C64106), Childcraft
                      Education Corp. (R7-C64107), Demco, Inc. (R7-
                      C64108), EAI Education Division of Eric Armin
                      Inc. (R7-C64109), National Audio Visual Supply
                      (R7-C64110),   Office   Max   (R7-C64111),   Quill
                      Corporation (R7-C64112), Renaissance Learning,
                      Inc. (R7-C64113), School Specialty (R7-C64114), S
                      & S Worldwide, Inc. (R7-C64115), The Library
                      Store, Inc. (R7-C64116), Wood Etc. Corp. (R7-
                      C64117), school supplies and equipment, July 1,
                      2006 through June 30, 2007.
                 2.   Resolution authorizing the open market purchase
                      of related items for which a need cannot be
                      specified (OM7-C64118), estimated cost $50,000,
                      July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007. (ATTACHMENT)
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JULY 18, 2006
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   VI.    C.     1.   Pricing agreement awards and approvals, Gardner
                      Pre-Cast   Concrete    of   OK    (C74026),    Hunter-
                      Knepshield of Texas, Inc. (C74027), Midgard
                      Corporation     (C74028),      Miracle      Recreation
                      (C74029), Mity Lite, Inc. (C74030), Petersen Mfg.
                      Co.   (C74031),    Recreation     Supply   Co,    Inc.
                      (C74032), Rex Playground Equipment (C74033), R.J.
                      Thomas Mfg. Co. Inc. (C74034), Southern Aluminum
                      Mfg. Inc. (C74035), BSN Sports (C74036), Visions
                      Innovated   Products,     Inc.    (C74037),    outdoor
                      furnishings,   park   and    play   equipment,    site
                      furnishings and surfacing, fiscal year 2006-07.
                 2.   Resolution authorizing the open market purchase
                      of no bid items and related items for which a
                      need cannot be specified (OM7-C74038), estimated
                      cost $50,000, fiscal year 2006-07. (ATTACHMENT)

          D.     1.   Pricing    agreement    awards   and   approvals,
                      SemMaterials, LP (C76073), Paving Maintenance
                      Supply, Inc. (C76074), street sealing materials,
                      fiscal year 2006-07.
                 2.   Resolution authorizing the open market purchase
                      of no bid items and related items for which a
                      need cannot be specified (OM7-C76075), estimated
                      cost $200,000, fiscal year 2006-07. (ATTACHMENT)

          E.     1.   Pricing agreement award and approval, Rudy’s
                      Janitorial Services (C77057), custodial services
                      for the Public Safety Communications Center,
                      fiscal year 2006-07; and approving performance
                      bond.
                 2.   Resolution authorizing the open market purchase
                      of related items for which a need cannot be
                      specified (OM7-C77058), estimated cost $20,000,
                      fiscal year 2006-07. (ATTACHMENT)

          F.     Renewal of agreement, BMI Systems (R7-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, July 1, 2006
                 through June 30, 2007. (ATTACHMENT)
COUNCIL AGENDA
JULY 18, 2006
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   VI. ¢   G.    1.   Amendment and renewal of pricing agreements,
                      Oklahoma   Police  Supply  LLC   (R7-C67040),   GT
                      Distributors,   Inc.  (R7-C67041),   The   Hunting
                      Shack, Inc. (R7-C67043), The Precision Delta
                      Corp. (R7-C67044), ammunition items, fiscal year
                      2006-07.
                 2.   Resolution authorizing the open market purchase
                      of related items for which a need cannot be
                      specified (OM7-C67046), estimated cost $90,000,
                      fiscal year 2006-07. (ATTACHMENT)

       ¢   H.    1.   Amendment and renewal of pricing agreements,
                      F.B.F., Inc. (R7-C67054), GT Distributors, Inc.
                      (R7-C67055),   OMB   Police Supply   (R7-C67056),
                      Oklahoma Police Supply, LLC (R7-C67057), weapons,
                      fiscal year 2006-07.
                 2.   Resolution authorizing the open market purchase
                      of related items for which a need cannot be
                      specified (OM7-C67058), estimated cost $25,000,
                      fiscal year 2006-07. (ATTACHMENT)

           I.    Resolutions authorizing the purchases from State
                 Contracts:
                 1.   Fire alarm services and other life safety
                      equipment (S7-SW40403), July 1, 2006 through June
                      26, 2007. (ATTACHMENT)
                 2.   Ice making machines (S7-SW50031), July 1, 2006
                      through May 31, 2007. (ATTACHMENT)
                 3.   Sign erection and maintenance (S7-SW60708), July
                      18, 2006 through June 30, 2007. (ATTACHMENT)

           J.    Resolution authorizing the open market purchase of
                 printing of utility bill forms (OM-C74016), estimated
                 cost $30,000, fiscal year 2006-07. (ATTACHMENT)

           K.    Request for Proposals to be advertised for a community
                 service program, mentoring and literacy for juvenile
                 offenders, fiscal year 2006-07. (ATTACHMENT)

           L.    Ordinances to be introduced and set for final hearing
                 August 15, 2006:
                 1.   (ABC-618) ABC-2 Alcoholic Beverage Consumption,
                      Restaurant With Alcohol overlaying C-3 Community
                      Commercial, 5600 North Pennsylvania Avenue. Ward
                      2. (ATTACHMENT)
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   VI.    L.     2.    (PC-10059) 3701-3709 SW 44th Street from O-1
                       Limited Office and C-3 Community Commercial to R-
                       1   Single    Family   Residential.       Ward    3.
                       (ATTACHMENT)
                 3.    (PC-10060) 34 SW 89th Street from AA Agricultural
                       to O-2 General Office. Ward 5. (ATTACHMENT)
                 4.    (PC-10061) 3820 North Pennsylvania Avenue from R-
                       3 Medium Density Residential to O-1 Limited
                       Office. Ward 2. (ATTACHMENT)
                 5.    (PUD-1156) 12700 North Eastern Avenue from AA
                       Agricultural and R-1 Single Family Residential to
                       PUD-1156 Planned Unit Development.          Ward 7.
                       (ATTACHMENT)
                 6.    (PUD-1171) 8600 South Douglas Avenue from R-1
                       Single   Family   Residential   and   R-4    General
                       Residential to PUD-1171 Planned Unit Development.
                       Ward 5. (ATTACHMENT)
                 7.    (PUD-1185)   11001   SW   29th   Street   from    AA
                       Agricultural     to    PUD-1185     Planned     Unit
                       Development. Ward 3. (ATTACHMENT)
                 8.    (PUD-1193) 1225 NW 37th Street from R-1 Single
                       Family Residential to PUD-1193 Planned Unit
                       Development. Ward 2. (ATTACHMENT)
                 9.    (PUD-1194) 12601 SE 74th Street from PUD-873
                       Planned Unit Development to PUD-1194 Planned Unit
                       Development. Ward 4. (ATTACHMENT)
                 10.   (SPUD-392) 900, 904, and 912 NW 62nd Street and
                       917 and 921 NW 61st Street from R-1 Single Family
                       Residential and O-1 Limited Office to SPUD-392
                       Simplified Planned Unit Development.        Ward 2.
                       (ATTACHMENT)


          M.     1.   Ordinance to be introduced and set for final
                      hearing August 29, 2006 (CE-678) closing the west
                      50 feet of the platted 20-foot alley in Block 20,
                      Britton Heights Addition, 9016 North University
                      Avenue. Ward 2.
                 2.   Resolution establishing a date for enactment of
                      said ordinance and determining those entitled to
                      notice.
                 (ATTACHMENT)
COUNCIL AGENDA
JULY 18, 2006
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   VI.    N.     1.   Ordinance to be introduced and set for final
                      hearing August 29, 2006 (CE-679) closing various
                      portions of platted alleys and street rights-of-
                      way, bounded by NE 2nd Street, NE 4th Street, North
                      Walnut Avenue and the A.T. & S.F. Railroad. Ward
                      7.
                 2.   Resolution establishing a date for enactment of
                      said ordinance and determining those entitled to
                      notice.
                 (ATTACHMENT)

          O.     Ordinance to be introduced and set for final hearing
                 August 15, 2006 (SP-384) Special Permit to operate a
                 Mining and Processing; Minerals and Raw Materials Use
                 (sand    mining)    in   the    R-1   Single   Family
                 Residential/Scenic River Overlay District, 4927 North
                 Air Depot Boulevard. Ward 7. (ATTACHMENT)

          P.     Ordinance to be introduced and set for final hearing
                 August 15, 2006, relating to Advertising and Signs,
                 amending Chapter 3, Article V, Division 1, Section 3-
                 81 of the Oklahoma City Municipal Code, 2002, as
                 amended, providing that City employees designated by
                 the City Manager may impound illegally placed signs.
                 (ATTACHMENT)

          Q.     Amendment to Operating Agreement with the Community
                 Action Agency of Oklahoma City and Oklahoma Canadian
                 Counties, Inc. to administer Section 108 Revolving
                 Loan   Fund  Program, extending  the  term  of   the
                 agreement, July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007.
                 (ATTACHMENT)

          R.     Resolutions accepting the dedications contained in the
                 final plats:
                 1.   Drakestone Duplexes, south of NW 10th Street and
                      west of Mustang Road. Ward 3. (ATTACHMENT)
                 2.   Huntington Acres, north of SW 59th Street and east
                      of Cemetery Road. Ward 3. (ATTACHMENT)
                 3.   The Villas at Cedar Creek Addition, Phase II,
                      south of NW 164th Street and east of Western
                      Avenue. Ward 8. (ATTACHMENT)
COUNCIL AGENDA
JULY 18, 2006
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   VI.    S.     Resolution accepting the irrevocable letter of credit
                 and dedications contained in the final plat of
                 Prestige Plaza, north of NW 150th Street and west of
                 May Avenue. Ward 8. (ATTACHMENT)


          T.     Resolution authorizing the Planning Department to
                 prepare a loan agreement with Corporate Redevelopment
                 Group, LLC for an amount not to exceed $750,000 using
                 funds   from   the   Murrah   Revitalization District
                 Revolving Loan Program, prescribing the terms for
                 disbursement and repayment, and authorizing execution
                 of all related loan documents. Ward 6. (ATTACHMENT)


          U.     Ordinances to be introduced and set for final hearing
                 August 1, 2006 authorizing:
                 1.   Installation of “No Parking Anytime” signs on
                      Francis Avenue, between NW 50th Street and NW 54th
                      Street, west side. Ward 2. (ATTACHMENT)
                 2.   Installation of “No Parking Anytime” signs on
                      Harvey Place, between NW 63rd Street and NW 67th
                      Street, both sides. Ward 2. (ATTACHMENT)
                 3.   Installation of “No Parking Anytime” signs on NW
                      82nd Street from Western Avenue to dead-end east,
                      north side. Ward 2. (ATTACHMENT)
                 4.   Installation of “No Parking Anytime, Tow-Away
                      Zone” signs on NW 3rd Street, beginning at the
                      west curb line of Indiana Avenue and extending
                      approximately 220 feet west, south side. Ward 6.
                      (ATTACHMENT)
                 5.   Installation of “2-hour Handicap Parking” spaces
                      on Walker Avenue, beginning approximately 126
                      feet south of NW 12th Street and extending
                      approximately 29 feet south, in the proposed
                      inset 60 degree angle parking spaces, west side.
                      Ward 6. (ATTACHMENT)
                 6.   Removal of two parking meters in front of 517
                      West Main Street. Ward 7. (ATTACHMENT)
                 7.   Removal of all parking restrictions on Classen
                      Drive, from NW 11th Street to NW 13th Street, east
                      side. Ward 6. (ATTACHMENT)
COUNCIL AGENDA
JULY 18, 2006
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   VI.    V.     Specifications to be advertised for bids:
                 1.   Project    DM-0264,     channel    cleaning   and
                      maintenance, Rockwell Avenue, Reno Avenue south
                      to the North Canadian River, median of Reno
                      Avenue from May Avenue to the North Canadian
                      River. Wards 3 and 6. (ATTACHMENT)
                 2.   Project    DM-0265,     channel    cleaning   and
                                         th
                      maintenance, SW 29    Street and Newcastle Road,
                      north to the Oklahoma River.      Wards 3 and 6.
                      (ATTACHMENT)
                 3.   Project    DM-0266,     channel    cleaning   and
                      maintenance, Oklahoma River from Portland Avenue
                      to Walker Avenue. Ward 6. (ATTACHMENT)
                 4.   Project MB-0798, Cox Convention Center Arena
                      expansion joint replacement, 1 Myriad Gardens.
                      Ward 6. (ATTACHMENT)
                 5.   Project PR-1-06/07, street resurfacing (seven
                      locations). Ward 7. (ATTACHMENT)
                 6.   Project   PR-3-06/07,   street  resurfacing  (six
                      locations). Ward 2. (ATTACHMENT)


          W.     Ratifying and approving Addendum No. 1, adopting
                 resolution extending time to award contract, and
                 awarding contract to Rudy Construction Co., releasing
                 bid and bid bond of Connelly Paving Company in
                 exchange for $107,520, Streetscape Improvements Phase
                 II, Project PC-0231, NW 10th Street from Classen
                 Boulevard to Broadway Avenue, Project PC-0232, Classen
                 Drive from NW 10th Street to NW 13th Street, Project PC-
                 0233, Walker Avenue from Robert S. Kerr Avenue to NW
                 13th Street, $3,505,518.10; assigning Standard Testing
                 and Engineering Company as testing laboratory; and
                 approving contract and bonds.         Wards 6 and 7.
                 (ATTACHMENT)


          X.     Ratifying and approving Addenda Nos. 1 and 2, and
                 awarding contracts:
                 1.   Pbx Corporation, Project BC-0159, rehabilitation
                      of bridges at NW 23rd Street, NW 36th Street and SW
                      29th Street over I-44, $1,016,603.50; assigning
                      Standard Testing and Engineering, Inc. as testing
                      laboratory; and approving contract and bonds.
                      Wards 1, 2, 3 and 6. (ATTACHMENT)
COUNCIL AGENDA
JULY 18, 2006
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   VI.    X.     2.   Brewer    Construction   Co.,  Project   DC-0196,
                      drainage improvements, SW 85th Street east of
                      Walker Avenue, north to SW 81st Street, $633,918;
                      assigning   GW2   Engineering, Inc.   as  testing
                      laboratory; and approving contract and bonds.
                      Ward 5. (ATTACHMENT)

          Y.     Ratifying and approving Addenda Nos. 1 and 2, and
                 rejection of single bid, Projects DC-0069, DC-0173,
                 WC-0509, and SC-0679; Cloverleaf Creek, NW 52nd Street
                 and Hamilton Avenue, and NW 53rd Street and Drexel to
                 May Avenue, north of NW Expressway.          Ward 8.
                 (ATTACHMENT)

          Z.     Contract awards and approvals, street resurfacing; and
                 approving contract and bonds:
                 1.   Schwarz Paving Co., Inc., Project PR-1-04/05,
                      (eight locations), $938,150.15; assigning Midwest
                      Testing   and    Engineering   as   the   testing
                      laboratory. Ward 6. (ATTACHMENT)
                 2.   Schwarz Paving Co., Project PR-9-05/06, (seven
                      locations),    $863,151.90;   assigning   Burgess
                      Engineering & Testing Laboratories as the testing
                      laboratory. Ward 4. (ATTACHMENT)

         AA.     Contracts, City-wide, fiscal year 2006-07:
                 1.   Title   services,   Stewart  Abstract  Title   of
                      Oklahoma and American Eagle Title Insurance
                      Company, Project MC-0275. (ATTACHMENT)
                 2.   Architectural/engineering   consultant  services,
                      Design Architects Plus, Inc., Project MC-0277.
                      (ATTACHMENT)
                 3.   Traffic study and engineering services, Cobb
                      Engineering      Company,     Project    MC-0278.
                      (ATTACHMENT)

         BB.     Interlocal   Agreement   with  the   Board   of   County
                 Commissioners     of    Cleveland     County,     street
                 improvements, public streets which are common to
                 Oklahoma City and Cleveland County, July 1, 2006
                 through   June  30,   2007.     Wards   3,  4   and   5.
                 (ATTACHMENT)
COUNCIL AGENDA
JULY 18, 2006
PAGE 16

   VI.   CC.     Utility Relocation Agreement with the Oklahoma Natural
                 Gas Company, Project PC-0251, street relocation, Phase
                 I, I-40 South Service Road at Portland Avenue,
                 $11,273. Ward 3. (ATTACHMENT)

         DD.     Change Order No. 1 and Amendment No. 1, Project DC-
                 0198, drainage improvements, Virginia Avenue, NW 32nd
                 Street to NW 30th Street, increase of $25,803.95. Ward
                 2. (ATTACHMENT)

         EE.     Amendment No. 1 and Change Order No. 1, Project BC-
                 0059, Dr. G. E. Finley (formerly Walnut Avenue) Bridge
                 replacement, Walnut Avenue over the Union Pacific
                 Railroad and Main Street, increase of $307,685.25.
                 Ward 7. (ATTACHMENT)

         FF.     1.   Amendment No. 1, Project BC-0151 (Part 1),
                      rehabilitation of NW 10th Street Bridge over I-44,
                      increase of $52,743.73. Ward 6. (ATTACHMENT)
                 2.   Amendment No. 1 and Change Order No. 1, Project
                      BC-0151 (Part 2), rehabilitation of NW 16th Street
                      Bridge over I-44, increase of $33,860.     Ward 6.
                      (ATTACHMENT)

         GG.     Amendment No. 1; accepting the projects and placing
                 maintenance bonds into effect:
                 1.   Project PR-4-04/05, street improvements, (21
                      locations), decrease of $42,565.78.   Wards 1 and
                      7. (ATTACHMENT)
                 2.   Project PR-6-04/05, street improvements, (six
                      locations), decrease of $250,930.23. Wards 1, 5,
                      7 and 8. (ATTACHMENT)
                 3.   Project   PR-08-00/01,  street   resurfacing  (46
                      locations), decrease of $52,314. Wards 4 and 7.
                      (ATTACHMENT)

         HH.     Acceptance of one permanent easement, Project SD-2027,
                 public sewer lateral, north of Britton Road and east
                 of Council Road. Ward 1. (ATTACHMENT)

         II.     Acceptance of permanent and temporary easements:
                 1.   Project PC-0236, street widening, Western Avenue,
                      NW 150th Street to NW 164th Street.       Ward 8.
                      (ATTACHMENT)
                 2.   Project SB-0013, sanitary sewer, NW 150th Street
                      and MacArthur Boulevard. Ward 8. (ATTACHMENT)
COUNCIL AGENDA
JULY 18, 2006
PAGE 17


   VI.   JJ.     Acceptance of temporary easements, Project PC-0231,
                 PC-0232 and PC-0233; Project PC-0231, NW 10th Street
                 from Classen Boulevard to Broadway Avenue, Project PC-
                 0232, Classen Drive from NW 10th Street to NW 13th
                 Street, and Project PC-0233, Walker Avenue from Robert
                 S. Kerr Avenue to NW 13th Street.     Wards 6 and 7.
                 (ATTACHMENT)

         KK.     Acceptance of privately constructed projects; and
                 placing maintenance bonds into effect as of the final
                 inspection dates:
                 1.   One storm sewer project, two paving and drainage
                      projects and one paving project. Wards 1, 4 and
                      8. (ATTACHMENT)
                 2.   Seven sanitary sewer projects. Wards 2, 3, 5 and
                      8. (ATTACHMENT)

         LL.     Final acceptances, channel cleaning and maintenance:
                 1. Project DM-0243, (ten locations). Wards 3, 4 and 5.
                    (ATTACHMENT)
                 2. Project DM-0246, Brock Creek, Westwood Boulevard to
                    the Oklahoma River. Ward 6. (ATTACHMENT)
                 3.    Project DM-0248, (five locations).       Ward 3.
                       (ATTACHMENT)

         MM.     Final acceptances; and placing maintenance bonds into
                 effect:
                 1.   Project BC-0121, construction, repair and/or
                      rehabilitation of NE 36th Street Bridge over North
                      Canadian River. Ward 7. (ATTACHMENT)
                 2.   Project MP-0192, improvements and renovations to
                      Schilling Community Center, 539 SE 25th Street and
                      Johnny L. Williams Municipal Gymnasium, 720 NW 8th
                      Street. Wards 6 and 7. (ATTACHMENT)

         NN.     Revocable Pipeline Permits to construct, operate and
                 maintain a pipeline, July 18, 2006 through May 1,
                 2007:
                 1.    Deep Fork Pipeline, L.L.C., North Walnut Avenue,
                       NE 52nd Street north to NE 53rd Street.  Ward 7.
                       (ATTACHMENT)
                 2.    Enerfin Resources I, Limited Partnership, South
                       Luther Road between SE 104th Street and SE 149th
                       Street. Ward 4. (ATTACHMENT)
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JULY 18, 2006
PAGE 18


   VI.   OO.     Assignment of Revocable Pipeline Permits:
                 1.   Southwestern Energy Production Company to Enerfin
                      Resources I, Limited Partnership, SE 104th Street
                      and SE 134th Street from South Luther Road east to
                      Harrah Road, retroactive to January 20, 2006.
                      Ward 4. (ATTACHMENT)
                 2.   Fremont Exploration, Inc. to Protégé Energy, LLC,
                      SW   104th  Street,   east   of   Portland   Avenue,
                      retroactive   to    May  18,    2005.      Ward   5.
                      (ATTACHMENT)


         PP.     Preliminary Report, Project MP-0331, spraygrounds for
                 nine park locations; and authorization to prepare
                 final plans and specifications.  Wards 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
                 and 7. (ATTACHMENT)


         QQ.     Resolution approving assignment of Maintenance Bonds
                 covering paving improvements for the Gardens of Blue
                 Quail Ridge Addition, Phases II and III, to an
                 association of resident property owners in said
                 Addition, east of May Avenue, north of NW 150th Street.
                 Ward 8. (ATTACHMENT)


         RR.     Resolution declaring the necessity for acquiring and
                 owning permanent easements and Fee Simple Title to
                 property for Project WC-0516, construction of water
                 and wastewater booster pump station, SE 89th Street and
                 South High Avenue. Ward 4. (ATTACHMENT)


         SS.     Resolution declaring certain property surplus, and
                 authorizing and directing the Municipal Counselor to
                 initiate an action in the District Court of Oklahoma
                 County to vacate the public park easement, NW 70th
                 Street and Classen Boulevard. Ward 2. (ATTACHMENT)
COUNCIL AGENDA
JULY 18, 2006
PAGE 19


   VI.   TT.     Joint    Resolution    with   the    Central    Oklahoma
                 Transportation and Parking Authority and the Oklahoma
                 City Riverfront Redevelopment Authority approving
                 Project   MP-0334,   Oklahoma  River   Water   Transport
                 Mobility Plan Infrastructure Preliminary Engineering
                 Report, selecting Phase I infrastructure improvements
                 for which final plans and specifications are to be
                 prepared, authorizing staff to negotiate Phase I
                 engineering services costs for submission to The City
                 of Oklahoma City, the Central Oklahoma Transportation
                 and Parking Authority and the Oklahoma City Riverfront
                 Redevelopment     Authority    for     approval;     and
                 authorization to proceed with preparation of final
                 plans and specifications.        Wards 3, 6 and 7.
                 (ATTACHMENT)

         UU.     Ordinance to be introduced and set for final hearing
                 August 1, 2006, relating to Utilities, amending
                 Chapter 55, Section 55-46 of the Oklahoma City
                 Municipal Code, 2002, relating to regulations and
                 technical specifications for water meter and water
                 service installations. (ATTACHMENT)

         VV.     Acceptances   of  privately  constructed   water  main
                 extensions and fire hydrant installations, and placing
                 maintenance bonds into effect as of the final
                 inspection dates:
                 1.   Nine water main extensions and fire hydrant
                      installations.     Wards 1, 3, 4, 5 and 8.
                      (ATTACHMENT)
                 2.   Twelve water main extensions and fire hydrant
                      installations.     Wards 1, 4, 6, 7 and 8.
                      (ATTACHMENT)
                 3.   Fourteen water main extensions and fire hydrant
                      installations.    Wards 2, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8.
                      (ATTACHMENT)
                 4.   Fifteen water main extensions and fire hydrant
                      installations.   Wards 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7 and 8.
                      (ATTACHMENT)
                 5.   Fifteen water main extensions and fire hydrant
                      installations. Wards 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8.
                      (ATTACHMENT)
                 6.   Fifteen water main extensions and fire hydrant
                      installations.     Wards 1, 3, 4, 7 and 8.
                      (ATTACHMENT)
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JULY 18, 2006
PAGE 20

   VI.   VV.     7.    Fifteen water main extensions and fire hydrant
                       installations.    Wards 1, 3, 5, 6, 7 and 8.
                       (ATTACHMENT)
                 8.    Fifteen water main extensions and fire hydrant
                       installations.   Wards 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8.
                       (ATTACHMENT)
                 9.    Fifteen water main extensions and fire hydrant
                       installations.    Wards 2, 3, 4, 6, 7 and 8.
                       (ATTACHMENT)
                 10.   Fifteen water main extensions and fire hydrant
                       installations.      Wards  2,   3,   5 and  8.
                       (ATTACHMENT)
                 11.   Fifteen water main extensions and fire hydrant
                       installations.   Wards 2, 3, 4, 6, 8, Bethany,
                       Spencer and Warr Acres. (ATTACHMENT)
                 12.   Fifteen water main extensions and fire hydrant
                       installations.   Wards 2, 3, 4, 8 and Mustang.
                       (ATTACHMENT)
                 13.   Fifteen water main extensions and fire hydrant
                       installations.     Wards 3, 5, 6, 7 and 8.
                       (ATTACHMENT)

         WW.     Resolution approving sole source agreement with the
                 Arts Council of Oklahoma City for the Arts in the Park
                 program, not to exceed $20,000, July 1, 2006 through
                 June 30, 2007. (ATTACHMENT)

         XX.     Resolution authorizing the Mayor or his designee to
                 execute all documents related to the sale of City
                 owned   property,  1124  NE  5th Terrace,  New  Home
                 Construction Program, including payment of realtor’s
                 commission, $3,033. Ward 7. (ATTACHMENT)

         YY.     Oklahoma City Airport Trust Agreements:
                 1.   Lease Agreement with Gary and Mary Blankenbiller,
                      lease   of   premises   for   construction  of   an
                      individual aircraft hangar to be used for storage
                      of privately owned aircraft, July 1, 2006 through
                      December 31, 2010, Block 5, Lot 1, Clarence E.
                      Page Airport. Ward 3. (ATTACHMENT)
                 2.   Lease Agreement with SJC Racing, Ltd., lease of
                      premises   for   construction   of   an  individual
                      aircraft hangar to be used for storage of
                      privately owned aircraft, July 1, 2006 through
                      December 31, 2010, Block 8, Lot 2, Clarence E.
                      Page Airport. Ward 3. (ATTACHMENT)
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JULY 18, 2006
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   VI.   YY.     3.   Sublease Agreement between M & J Investment, LLC
                      and the State of Oklahoma, by and through the
                      Oklahoma Department of Public Safety, under a
                      Lease Agreement between M & J Investments, LLC
                      and the Oklahoma City Airport Trust dated May 24,
                      2006, lease of a hangar/office facility and
                      associated pavement for storage of aircraft and
                      other equipment, December 1, 2006 through May 31,
                      2031, Wiley Post Airport. Ward 1. (ATTACHMENT)
                 4.   Supplemental Airport Lease Agreement No. 1 with
                      Hangar 80, LLC, lease of ground space for the
                      construction and operation of a hangar/office
                      facility to store and maintain aircraft, to
                      increase the amount of the Trust’s commitment to
                      build certain infrastructure improvements from
                      $1,100,000 to $1,155,000, Will Rogers World
                      Airport. Ward 3. (ATTACHMENT)
                 5.   Management   Services   Agreement    with   Pro-tec
                      Services, Ltd., management and operation of
                      aircraft rescue and fire fighting services, July
                      1, 2006 through June 30, 2011, Will Rogers World
                      Airport. Ward 3. (ATTACHMENT)
                 6.   Supplement   No.    2   to    Management   Services
                      Agreement, AMPCO System Parking, management of
                      public   parking   facilities    and  shuttle   bus
                      service, increase salary and equipment repair
                      budgets in the combined amount of $124,000, Will
                      Rogers World Airport. Ward 3. (ATTACHMENT)


         ZZ.     Receive the Oklahoma City Airport Trust fiscal year
                 2006-07 Budget. (ATTACHMENT)


         AAA.    Ordinance to be introduced and set for final hearing
                 August 1, 2006, relating to Fire Prevention and
                 Protection, amending Chapter 20 of the Oklahoma City
                 Municipal Code, 2002, by amending Article II, Division
                 3, by adding Section 20-54 requiring permits for open
                 flame effects or performances; amending Article II,
                 Division 4, Section 20-61, certificates of fitness;
                 and amending Chapter 60, Article VII, Division 3,
                 Section 60-20-32 to include a permit fee for open
                 flame effects. (ATTACHMENT)
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JULY 18, 2006
PAGE 22


   VI. ¢ BBB.    Resolution requesting authority to deduct $39,800 in
                 liquidated damages from final payment to Oklahoma City
                 Freightliner, Inc. ATC American La France for late
                 delivery per contract (R5-C38054). (ATTACHMENT)

        CCC.     Request for Proposals to be advertised, operation of
                 snack bar/deli, City Hall, 200 North Walker Avenue.
                 Ward 6. (ATTACHMENT)

        DDD.     Ordinance to be introduced and set for final hearing
                 August 1, 2006, amending Section 1. L. of Ordinance
                 No. 22,790 of The City of Oklahoma City, by revising
                 the definition of “volumetric rate”; providing for an
                 amended volumetric rate form; and providing an
                 effective date of January 1, 2007. (ATTACHMENT)

        EEE.     Agreements and Riders for administration of tax
                 ordinances with the Oklahoma Tax Commission:
                 1.   Sales tax ordinances, July 1, 2006 through June
                      30, 2007. (ATTACHMENT)
                 2.   Use tax ordinances, July 1, 2006 through June 30,
                      2007. (ATTACHMENT)

        FFF.     License   Agreements  with   A&D   Production,  Inc.,
                 Earthgrains Baking Company, General Electric Supply,
                 Hydro Conduit Corporation, Interurban of Yukon, L.P.,
                 Parkway Building, Inc., PKM, L.L.C., St. James
                 Catholic Church, Star Chasers Oklahoma, Inc. and the
                 Lakes at Victory, L.P. to authorize 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, to
                 deliver the gas to the above mentioned transport
                 customers, and specifying the date and time on which
                 Oklahoma Natural Gas Company shall begin billing the
                 volumetric rate fee to the above mentioned transport
                 customers. (ATTACHMENT)

        GGG.     Resolution   approving   renewal   of  agreement  with
                 Paymentech, L.P., credit card processing services,
                 $80,000,   July  1,   2006   through  June  30,  2007.
                 (ATTACHMENT)
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JULY 18, 2006
PAGE 23


   VI.   HHH.    1.   Receive the Emergency Medical Services Authority
                      fiscal year 2006-07 Budget. (ATTACHMENT)
                 2.   Resolution    approving   the   provision   of   an
                      operating subsidy, not to exceed $2,095,306, to
                      the Emergency Medical Services Authority, fiscal
                      year 2006-07. (ATTACHMENT)
                 3.   Resolution    approving   the    provision   of   a
                      $1,325,948 capital subsidy to the Emergency
                      Medical    Services   Authority    by   authorizing
                      execution of a Bill of Sale and Lease Agreement,
                      effective upon execution by both parties through
                      June 30, 2007. (ATTACHMENT)


         III.    Joint Resolution with the Oklahoma City Municipal
                 Facilities Authority approving a Property and Casualty
                 Insurance Agreement for administration of the City’s
                 Property   and   Casualty   Insurance   Program,   and
                 transferring funds deemed necessary and appropriate
                 for this purpose to the Oklahoma City Municipal
                 Facilities Authority Risk Management Property and
                 Casualty Insurance Fund, July 1, 2006 through June 30,
                 2007; and authorizing transfer of funds from the Risk
                 Management Internal Service Fund to the Oklahoma City
                 Municipal Facilities Authority Risk Management –
                 Property and Casualty Insurance Administration Fund,
                 as funds become available. (ATTACHMENT)


         JJJ.    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. 2006-01414K, styled:    Ahmed O. Rashidi, 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)
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JULY 18, 2006
PAGE 24


   VI.   KKK.    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 in the Workers’ Compensation Court
                 Claim No. 2000-15650K styled:       Curtis J. Jones, Jr.,
                 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)

         LLL.    Joint Resolution with the Oklahoma City Municipal
                 Facilities Authority authorizing the Risk Manager and
                 the Trust’s legal counsel to enter into a Form 14
                 Settlement in the Workers’ Compensation Court Claim,
                 styled:    Wayne Barney, 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)

         MMM.    Operating Agreement, Lease/Sub-Lease Agreement, and
                 Business Associate Agreement with SSM Health Care of
                 Oklahoma, Inc., owning and operating St. Anthony
                 Hospital, to provide facilities, equipment, supplies,
                 labor and medical supervision necessary for the
                 operation of the City’s Occupational Health Clinic and
                 for continuation of laboratory and collection services
                 required for the City’s for cause and post-job-offer
                 drug testing policies, July 1, 2006 through June 30,
                 2007. (ATTACHMENT)

         NNN.    Joint Resolutions with the Oklahoma City Municipal
                 Facilities Authority authorizing and directing the
                 City Manager/General Manager and/or his designee to
                 negotiate a contract, for subsequent City Council and
                 trustee consideration:
                 1.   Blue Cross / Blue Shield of Oklahoma to provide
                      administrative services and support for the Group
                      Indemnity Health Care Plan, effective plan year
                      beginning January 1, 2007. (ATTACHMENT)
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JULY 18, 2006
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   VI.   NNN.    2.   CIGNA Behavioral Health, to provide an Employee
                      Assistance Program for employees of the City and
                      members of their immediate families, effective
                      program   year   beginning   January  1,   2007.
                      (ATTACHMENT)

         OOO.    Ordinance to be introduced and set for final hearing
                      on August 1, 2006, relating to Personnel and
                      Retirement Systems, amending Section 40-51 of
                      Part A of Division 1 of Article III of Chapter 40
                      of the Oklahoma City Municipal Code, 2002, by
                      amending definitions; and amending Section 40-92
                      of Part C, Members, regarding vacancies on the
                      Board. (ATTACHMENT)
         PPP.    Administrative Services Agreement with the Oklahoma
                 City Employee Retirement System, administration of the
                 457 Deferred Compensation Plans and the Money Purchase
                 Plan & Trust #8751 and #7697 of The City of Oklahoma
                 City, $29,258, retroactive to July 1, 2005 through
                 June 30, 2006. (ATTACHMENT)

         QQQ.    Professional Services Agreement with Sister Cities
                 International of Oklahoma City, provision of cultural
                 and educational services, $6,675, July 1, 2006 through
                 June 30, 2007. (ATTACHMENT)

         RRR.    1.   Resolution authorizing the Municipal Counselor to
                      waive service of process and to confess judgment
                      without admission of liability in the amount of
                      $810.99 and all costs of the action in the
                      Oklahoma County District Court in the claim filed
                      by AT&T. (ATTACHMENT)
                 2.   Resolution authorizing the Municipal Counselor to
                      waive service of process and to confess judgment
                      without admission of liability in the amount of
                      $8,500 and all costs of the action in the
                      Oklahoma County District Court in the claim filed
                      by Darrell Hill. (ATTACHMENT)
                 3.   Resolution authorizing the Municipal Counselor to
                      waive service of process and to confess judgment
                      without admission of liability in the amount of
                      $4,819.22 and all costs of the action in the
                      Oklahoma County District Court in the claim filed
                      by SBC. (ATTACHMENT)
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JULY 18, 2006
PAGE 26

   VI.   RRR.    4.   Resolution authorizing the Municipal Counselor to
                      waive service of process and to confess judgment
                      without admission of liability in the amount of
                      $5,000 and all costs of the action in the
                      Oklahoma County District Court in the claim filed
                      by Betty Skinner. (ATTACHMENT)
                 5.   Resolution authorizing the Municipal Counselor to
                      waive service of process and to confess judgment
                      without admission of liability in the amount of
                      $9,417.36 and all costs of the action in the
                      Oklahoma County District Court in the claim filed
                      by Marquez Taylor. (ATTACHMENT)
                 6.   Resolution authorizing the Municipal Counselor to
                      waive service of process and to confess judgment
                      without admission of liability in the amount of
                      $2,133.92 and all costs of the action in the
                      Oklahoma County District Court in the claim filed
                      by Mary Thompson. (ATTACHMENT)

         SSS.    Joint Resolution with the Oklahoma City Municipal
                 Facilities Authority approving Comprehensive Retainer
                 Agreements with Stacey Haws Felkner and Ambre Gooch
                 for legal defense of City employees, not to exceed
                 $180,000, July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007.
                 (ATTACHMENT)

         TTT.    Ordinance to be introduced and set for final hearing
                 August 1, 2006, (PUD-1199) 5900 Mosteller Drive from
                 C-3 Community Commercial to PUD-1199 Planned Unit
                 Development. Ward 2. (ATTACHMENT)


 VII.     Concurrence Docket.


          A.     Concurrence with the Oklahoma City Water Utilities
                 Trust in approving Plans and Specifications to be
                 advertised for bids:
                 1.   Project SB-0013, Sanitary Sewer Main extension
                      under Policy “B” Procedures, NW 150th Street and
                      MacArthur Boulevard. Ward 8. (ATTACHMENT)
                 2.   Project   WC-0500    Phase    I,  48-inch   water
                      transmission    main   expansion,  Draper   Water
                      Treatment Plant, south on Douglas Boulevard to SE
                      164th Street, and west to Air Depot Boulevard.
                      Ward 4. (ATTACHMENT)
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JULY 18, 2006
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 VII.     B.     Concurrence with the Oklahoma City Water Utilities
                 Trust in approving Amendment No. 1 to contract for
                 engineering services, Project WC-0516, new water
                 booster pump station No. 23, SE 89th Street and I-35,
                 fee increase of $10,000. Ward 4. (ATTACHMENT)

          C.     Concurrence with the Oklahoma City Water Utilities
                 Trust in approving Amendment No. 2 and Change Order
                 No.   2,  Project  SC-0665,   Chisholm Creek   relief
                                     th                  th
                 interceptor, NW 185    Street to NW 214    Street on
                 Western Avenue, increase of $22,300.         Ward 8.
                 (ATTACHMENT)

          D.     Concurrence with the Oklahoma City Water Utilities
                 Trust in approving Amendment No. 1 and Change Order
                 No. 1, Project WE-0052, emergency 72-inch water
                 transmissions   main    repair  (prestressed   concrete
                 embedded cylinder pipe), Break No. 1-east of Air Depot
                 Boulevard on SE 164th Street and Break No. 2-west of
                 Sooner   Road   on   SE   164th Street,   increase   of
                 $133,480.45. Ward 4. (ATTACHMENT)

          E.     Concurrence with the Oklahoma City Water Utilities
                 Trust in approving Change Order No. 2, Project WC-
                 0429, Phase II, Sara Road water tower rehabilitation
                 and reconstruction, Sara Road north of Reno Avenue and
                 9700 North Morgan Road, increase of $4,500.    Ward 3.
                 (ATTACHMENT)

          F.     Concurrence with the Oklahoma City Water Utilities
                 Trust in renewal of sole source agreement (SS7-C69072)
                 for the purchase of Pearpoint underground line
                 monitoring    equipment   repair/replacement    parts,
                 accessories and repair services, fiscal year 2006-07.
                 (ATTACHMENT)

          G.     Concurrence with the Oklahoma City Water Utilities
                 Trust in awarding and approving pricing agreements:
                 1.   Mid America Hydro Tech (C79016), algae control
                      chemicals for water and wastewater treatment
                      plants from date of award through June 30, 2009.
                      (ATTACHMENT)
                 2.   Water   Products   of   Oklahoma   (C79029),   PVC
                      wastewater pipe and fittings from date of award
                      through June 30, 2009. (ATTACHMENT)
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JULY 18, 2006
PAGE 28


 VII.     H.     1.   Concurrence   with   the   Oklahoma   City   Water
                      Utilities Trust in awarding and approving pricing
                      agreements, National Waterworks, Inc. (C79002),
                      Water   Products,   Inc.  (C79003),   sewer   line
                      mechanical, test, and bladder plugs, tools,
                      accessories   and  flexible   sewer  line   repair
                      couplings from date of award through June 30,
                      2009.
                 2.   Concurrence   with   the   Oklahoma   City   Water
                      Utilities    Trust    in    adopting    resolution
                      authorizing the open market purchase of no bid
                      items and associated items for which no bids were
                      received, and associated items necessary to
                      install, operate or construct the no bid items
                      (OM7-C79043), not to exceed $35,000, from date of
                      award through June 30, 2009. (ATTACHMENT)

          I.     1.   Concurrence    with    the   Oklahoma    City   Water
                      Utilities Trust in awarding and approving pricing
                      agreements,      Oklahoma     Contractor’s     Supply
                      (C79004), OKC WinWater Works, Inc. (C79005),
                      Water    Products   of   Oklahoma,   Inc.   (C79006),
                      waterline repair clamps from date of award
                      through June 30, 2009.                2.
                            Concurrence with the Oklahoma City Water
                      Utilities     Trust     in    adopting     resolution
                      authorizing the open market purchase of no bid
                      items and associated items for which no bids were
                      received, and associated items necessary to
                      install, operate or construct the no bid items
                      (OM7-C79007), estimated cost $25,000, from date
                      of award through June 30, 2009. (ATTACHMENT)

          J.     1.   Concurrence    with    the    Oklahoma    City   Water
                      Utilities   Trust    in   ratifying    and   approving
                      Addendum No. 1, and awarding and approving
                      pricing agreements, Accurate Environmental Labs
                      (C79008),     Ana-Lab       Corporation      (C79009),
                      Engineering    Performance      Solutions    (C79010),
                      Environmental       Testing,       Inc.      (C79011),
                      Environmental Resource Associates (C79012), MWH
                      Laboratories    (C79013),     Test   America    A.T.C.
                      (C79014),    water    and    wastewater     laboratory
                      analysis from date of award through June 30,
                      2009.
COUNCIL AGENDA
JULY 18, 2006
PAGE 29

 VII.     J.     2.   Concurrence   with   the   Oklahoma  City   Water
                      Utilities    Trust    in    adopting   resolution
                      authorizing the open market purchase of related
                      items and associated items necessary to install,
                      operate or construct the no bid items (OM7-
                      C79015), not to exceed $50,000, from date of
                      award through June 30, 2009. (ATTACHMENT)


          K.     1.   Concurrence   with   the   Oklahoma   City   Water
                      Utilities Trust in awarding and approving pricing
                      agreement, Oklahoma Contractor’s Supply (C79017),
                      cast iron water and wastewater frames and lids
                      from date of award through June 30, 2009.
                 2.   Concurrence   with   the   Oklahoma   City   Water
                      Utilities    Trust    in    adopting    resolution
                      authorizing the open market purchase of no bid
                      items and associated items for which no bids were
                      received, and associated items necessary to
                      install, operate or construct the no bid items
                      (OM7-C79018), estimated cost $100,000, from date
                      of award through June 30, 2009. (ATTACHMENT)


          L.     1.   Concurrence   with   the   Oklahoma  City   Water
                      Utilities Trust in awarding and approving pricing
                      agreements, National Waterworks Supply (C79024),
                      OKC WinWater Works, Inc. (C79025), Oklahoma
                      Contractor’s Supply, LLC (C79026), traffic model
                      fire hydrants, hydrant and valve repair parts,
                      tools and accessories, gate valves, butterfly
                      valves and tapping valves from date of award
                      through June 30, 2009.
                 2.   Concurrence   with   the   Oklahoma  City   Water
                      Utilities    Trust    in    adopting   resolution
                      authorizing the open market purchase of no bid
                      items and associated items for which no bids were
                      received, and associated items necessary to
                      install, operate or construct the no bid items
                      (OM7-C79042), not to exceed $35,000, from date of
                      award through June 30, 2009. (ATTACHMENT)
COUNCIL AGENDA
JULY 18, 2006
PAGE 30
  VII.    M.   1.   Concurrence   with   the   Oklahoma  City   Water
                    Utilities Trust in awarding and approving pricing
                    agreement, Haynes Equipment Co., LLC (C79027),
                    “OEM” repair/replacement parts, units and repair
                    services for various machinery equipment from
                    date of award through June 30, 2009.
               2.   Concurrence   with   the   Oklahoma  City   Water
                    Utilities    Trust    in    adopting   resolution
                    authorizing the open market purchase of no bid
                    items and associated items for which no bids were
                    received, and associated items necessary to
                    install, operate or construct the no bid items
                    (OM7-C79028), not to exceed $50,000, from date of
                    award through June 30, 2009. (ATTACHMENT)


          N.   1.   Concurrence    with    the  Oklahoma    City   Water
                    Utilities Trust in awarding and approving pricing
                    agreements, Central Oklahoma Winnelson (C79030),
                    Hajoca   Corp.    (C79031),    Water   Products    of
                    Oklahoma,   Inc.    (C79032),   plumbing   supplies,
                    accessories and related items from date of award
                    through June 30, 2009.
               2.   Concurrence    with    the  Oklahoma    City    Water
                    Utilities    Trust      in    adopting    resolution
                    authorizing the open market purchase of related
                    items and associated items necessary to install,
                    operate or construct the no bid items (OM7-
                    C79033), not to exceed $100,000, from date of
                    award through June 30, 2009. (ATTACHMENT)


          O.   Concurrence with the Oklahoma City Water Utilities
               Trust in awarding and approving pricing agreements,
               from date of award through June 30, 2009:
               1.   PGS   Companies   (C79034),  hoses,  connections,
                    materials, supplies, equipment, tools, gaskets,
                    gasket material, packing mechanical seals from
                    date    of   award   through   June   30,   2009.
                    (ATTACHMENT)
COUNCIL AGENDA
JULY 18, 2006
PAGE 31
  VII.    O.   2.   A. Diagger & Co., Inc. (C79044), Cerilliant
                    Corporation      (C79045),      Dionex     Corporation
                    (C79046), Environmental Express, Inc. (C79047),
                    Environmental Resource Associates (C79048), Fox
                    Scientific    (C79049),    Hach    Company   (C79050),
                    Horizon    Technology,     Inc.     (C79051),    Idexx
                    Distribution, Inc. (C79052), R. T. Corporation
                    (C79053), Ultra Scientific, Inc. (C79054), Wibby
                    Environmental    (C79055),    laboratory    chemicals,
                    supplies,    equipment,    installation,     technical
                    factory training, repair/replacement parts and
                    accessories. (ATTACHMENT)

          P.   Concurrence with the Oklahoma City Water Utilities
               Trust in accepting, Project SC-0697, renovate Lift
               Station No. 2, I-40 and Meridian Avenue; and placing
               maintenance bond into effect. Ward 3. (ATTACHMENT)

          Q.   Concurrence with the Oklahoma City Water Utilities
               Trust   in   approving,  Project  ST-0095,   biosolids
               composting   facilities,  North  Canadian   Wastewater
               Treatment Plant, 12800 North Anderson Road.    Ward 7.
               (ATTACHMENT)

          R.   Concurrence with the Oklahoma City Water Utilities
               Trust in approving applications:
               1.   Deer Creek Village, LLC, sanitary sewer extension
                    under Policy “B”, Project SB-0013, NW 150th Street
                    and MacArthur Boulevard, $77,994.        Ward 8.
                    (ATTACHMENT)
               2.   ERC Land Development Group, water main extension
                    under   Policy   “A-1”,    Project  WR-0042,    NW
                    Expressway between Mustang Road and Piedmont
                    Road, $66,480. Ward 8. (ATTACHMENT)

          S.   Concurrence with the Oklahoma City Water Utilities
               Trust in receiving:
               1.   Oil and Gas Revenue Report for the period of
                    January   1,   2006   through    June 30,    2006.
                    (ATTACHMENT)
               2.   Report regarding the Oklahoma City Jet Boat
                    Association’s request to hold a race at Lake
                    Draper,   August    18-20,    2006.     Ward    4.
                    (ATTACHMENT)
COUNCIL AGENDA
JULY 18, 2006
PAGE 32
  VII.    T.   Concurrence with the Oklahoma City Metropolitan Area
               Public   Schools   Trust   in   adopting    resolution
               recommending the Board of Education of Independent
               School District No. 89 ratifying and approving
               Addendum No. 1 and awarding contract to Standard
               Roofing Co., Inc., Project EB-0003A, Eisenhower High
               School re-roofing project, 1301 NE 101st Street,
               $465,750; and approving contract and bonds.    Ward 7.
               (ATTACHMENT)

          U.   Concurrence with the Oklahoma City Metropolitan Area
               Public   Schools   Trust    in   adopting   resolutions
               recommending the Board of Education of Independent
               School District No. 89 approve Change Order No. 10:
               1.   Project EB-0001, new Douglass High School and
                    Stadium, 900 North Martin Luther King Avenue,
                    increase of $168,783.57. Ward 7. (ATTACHMENT)
               2.   Project EB-0005, new U.S. Grant High School, 5016
                    South Pennsylvania Avenue, increase of $52,894.
                    Ward 4. (ATTACHMENT)

          V.   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. 11
               Project EB-0007, new John Marshall High School, 12201
               North Portland Avenue, increase of $53,038.    Ward 8.
               (ATTACHMENT)

          W.   Concurrence with the Oklahoma City Metropolitan Area
               Public   Schools   Trust    in   adopting   resolution
               authorizing purchase and installation of network
               equipment and classroom phones from Chickasaw Telecom,
               Inc., Project ES-T016, Telstar Elementary School
               Network Equipment and VoIP Phone System, 9521 NE 16th
               Street, $64,641.79. Midwest City. (ATTACHMENT)

          X.   Concurrence with the Oklahoma City Metropolitan Area
               Public Schools Trust in approving applications of
               funding:
               1.   Little Axe Public School District, football
                    equipment, Little Axe Middle/High School, 1608 NE
                    168th Avenue; Little Axe Elementary School, 2200
                    NE 168th Avenue, $9,076.23. Norman. (ATTACHMENT)
COUNCIL AGENDA
JULY 18, 2006
PAGE 33
  VII.    X.   2.   Mustang Public School District, computers and
                    technology equipment, (10 schools), $375,000.
                    Ward 3 and Mustang. (ATTACHMENT)
               3.   Mustang Public School District, replacement of
                    doors and door window units, (five schools),
                    $85,226. Ward 3 and Mustang. (ATTACHMENT)
               4.   Little Axe Public School District, wireless
                    headsets, Little Axe Elementary School, 2200 NE
                    168th Avenue, and Little Axe Middle/High School,
                    1608   NE    168th Avenue,   $2,945.     Norman.
                    (ATTACHMENT)

          Y.   Concurrence   with   the   Oklahoma    City   Riverfront
               Redevelopment    Authority    in    approving    amended
               professional services agreement, Oklahoma River Water
               Transport Mobility System (Phase II), Oklahoma River
               Corridor from American Indian Boulevard west to
               Meridian Avenue, fee of $72,500.     Wards 3, 6 and 7.
               (ATTACHMENT)



VIII.     Items Requiring Separate Votes.


          A.   Ordinances on final hearing (emergency) recommended
               for approval (five affirmative votes required for
               approval):
               1.   (ABC-619) ABC-1 Alcohol Beverage Consumption,
                    Restaurant With Limited Alcohol overlaying PUD-
                    963   Planned   Unit  Development,  13710   North
                    Pennsylvania Avenue. Ward 8. (ATTACHMENT)
               2.   (PC-10046) 1,637 feet east of County Line Road
                    and 1,247 feet north of SW 59th Street from AA
                    Agricultural to R-1 Single Family Residential.
                    Ward 3. (ATTACHMENT)
               3.   (PC-10048) 9300 South Santa Fe Avenue from AA
                    Agricultural to R-1 Single Family Residential.
                    Ward 5. (ATTACHMENT)
               4.   (PC-10049) 4305 SW 15th Street from I-2 Moderate
                    Industrial to C-3 Community Commercial.   Ward 3.
                    (ATTACHMENT)
               5.   (PC-10050) 1023 NW 85th Street from R-1 Single
                    Family Residential to I-2 Moderate Industrial.
                    Ward 2. (ATTACHMENT)
COUNCIL AGENDA
JULY 18, 2006
PAGE 34
 VIII.    A.   6.    (PC-10051) 313 NE 50th Street from R-1 Single
                     Family Residential to I-2 Moderate Industrial.
                     Ward 7. (ATTACHMENT)
               7.    (PC-10052) 700 West Sheridan Avenue from I-2
                     Moderate Industrial to NBD Neighborhood Business.
                     Ward 6. (ATTACHMENT)
               8.    (PUD-1176)   12350  and   12360  North   MacArthur
                     Boulevard from R-4 General Residential and C-3
                     Community Commercial to PUD-1176 Planned Unit
                     Development. Ward 8. (ATTACHMENT)
                     Planning Commission approval subject to the
                     Summary of Technical Evaluation.
               9.    (PUD-1178) 1825 East Memorial Road from PUD-360
                     Planned Unit Development and PUD-1133 Planned
                     Unit   Development   to  PUD-1178   Planned   Unit
                     Development. Ward 7. (ATTACHMENT)
                     Planning Commission approval subject to the
                     Summary of Technical Evaluation as amended.
               10.   (PUD-1186) 2601 North Ann Arbor Avenue from R-1
                     Single Family Residential to PUD-1186 Planned
                     Unit Development. Ward 3. (ATTACHMENT)
                                    Deferred from July 5, 2006.
                     Planning Commission approval subject to the
                     Summary of Technical Evaluation.

          B.   Ordinance on final hearing (emergency), (SPUD-395) 644
               NW 164th Street from PUD-948 Planned Unit Development
               to SPUD-395 Simplified Planned Unit Development. Ward
               8. (ATTACHMENT)
               Request deferral to August 1, 2006.

          C.   Ordinances on final hearing (emergency) recommended
               for approval (five affirmative votes required for
               approval):
               1.   (PUD-1173) 7010 North Classen Boulevard from R-1
                    Single   Family  Residential  and  I-2  Moderate
                    Industrial to PUD-1173 Planned Unit Development.
                    Ward 2. (ATTACHMENT)
               2.   (CE-656) closing a platted park easement, 7000
                    North Classen Boulevard. Ward 2. (ATTACHMENT)

          D.   Ordinance on final hearing (emergency) recommended for
               approval   (SP-383)   Special  Permit   to   erect   a
               telecommunication   tower   in   the   C-3   Community
               Commercial District, 8042 NW 122nd Street.     Ward 8.
               (ATTACHMENT)
COUNCIL AGENDA
JULY 18, 2006
PAGE 35

 VIII.    E.     Ordinance on final hearing (emergency) recommended for
                 approval (SN-054) designating the name of South
                 Vermont Avenue to a dedicated public street easement
                 extending north of West Reno and east of Meridian
                 Avenue. Ward 4. (ATTACHMENT)
          F.     1.   Public Hearing and Presentation of the Proposed
                      Amendment to the Oklahoma Health Center Economic
                      Development Project Plan, for the purpose of
                      providing    an   opportunity    for   questions    and
                      answers regarding the Proposed Amendment.
                 2.   Announcement of August 1, 2006 as the date of the
                      Second Public Hearing and Presentation of the
                      Proposed Amendment to the Oklahoma Health Center
                      Economic Development Project Plan, at which any
                      interested persons shall have the opportunity to
                      be heard in support of or opposition to the
                      Proposed Project Plan Amendment prior to any
                      Council action with regard to adoption of the
                      Proposed Project Plan Amendment.
                 3.   Ordinance to be introduced and set for final
                      hearing August 1, 2006, pertaining to the
                      Oklahoma    Health    Center   Economic    Development
                      Project Plan by amending Ordinance No. 22,242, by
                      approving an amendment to the Oklahoma Health
                      Center    Economic     Development    Project     Plan;
                      amending certain provisions to provide for the
                      next    phase      of    development;     reaffirming,
                      designating     and   adopting    project    area   and
                      increment district boundaries; establishing a
                      date for creation of Increment District No. 7,
                      City of Oklahoma City, ratifying and adopting
                      certain findings; authorizing the Oklahoma City
                      Redevelopment Authority and the Oklahoma City
                      Urban   Renewal     Authority   to   carry    out   and
                      administer provisions of the Amended Project
                      Plan;   authorizing     the   Oklahoma   City    Public
                      Property Authority to carry out certain financing
                      provisions of the Amended Project Plan; ratifying
                      and confirming the actions, recommendations, and
                      findings of the Review Committees and the
                      Planning    Commission;     approving    the    Amended
                      Project Plan; providing severability.
                 (ATTACHMENT)
COUNCIL AGENDA
JULY 18, 2006
PAGE 36
 VIII.    G.   1.   Public hearing regarding dilapidated structures:
                    a.   7329 Kings Ridge Road (fence and metal shed)
                         Ward 1
                    b.   1201 North Klein Avenue (garage) Ward 6
                    c.   1924 Vine Street (house) Ward 7
                    d.   2341 NW 1st Terrace (grey east commercial
                         building) Ward 6
                    e.   1209 NW 11th Street (garage) Ward 6
                    f.   1732 NE 11th Street (garage and house) Ward 7
                    g.   1315 NW 14th Street (rear shed) Ward 6
                    h.   308 NE 15th Street (garage) Ward 7
                    i.   1230 NE 23rd Street (commercial) Ward 7
                    j.   222 NW 24th Street (foundation) Ward 2
                    k.   3709 SW 26th Street (add-on) Ward 3
                    l.   1125 NW 28th Street (garage) Ward 2
                    m.   3411   SW   29th  Street  (front    porch  and
                         overhang) Ward 6
                    n.   122 SE 52nd Street (house) Ward 4
                    o.   2716 SW 79th Street (patio cover) Ward 5
                    p.   2324 NW 118th Street (house) Ward 2
                    q.   2508 SW 121st Street (house) Ward 5
                    r.   3237 SW 160th Street (house) Ward 5
                         Deferred from March 7 and May 2, 2006.
               2.   Resolution declaring the structures are dil-
                    apidated; directing said structures to be torn
                    down, establishing dates of July 19, 2006 and
                    August 18, 2006 for commencement and completion
                    of removal by owners.
     (ATTACHMENT)

          H.   1.   Public hearing regarding unsecured structures:
                    a.   1449 East Euclid Street (garage and house)
                         Ward 7
                    b.   3321 South Stults Avenue (house) Ward 3
                    c.   608 NE 3rd Street (house) Ward 7
                    d.   2228 NW 11th Street (house) Ward 6
                    e.   3201 NE 11th Street (house) Ward 7
                    f.   1433 NE 13th Street (house) Ward 7
                    g.   1315 NW 14th Street (house) Ward 6
                    h.   3010 SW 16th Street (house) Ward 6
                    i.   412 NW 26th Street (house and shed) Ward 2
                    j.   3701 SW 26th Street aka 2619 South Portland
                         Avenue (house) Ward 3
COUNCIL AGENDA
JULY 18, 2006
PAGE 37
 VIII.    H.   1.   k.   3705 SW 26th Street (house) Ward 3
                    l.   3709 SW 26th Street (house) Ward 3
                    m.   3608 NW 28th Street (garage and house) Ward 1
                    n.   2331 SW 31st Street (house) Ward 6
                    o.   2629 NW 31st Street (house) Ward 2
                    p.   1909 NW 36th Street (garage and house) Ward 2
                    q.   2501 SW 39th Street (house) Ward 6
                    r.   3436 SW 39th Street (house) Ward 3
                    s.   2424 NW 40th Street (house) Ward 2
                    t.   1509 SW 44th Street (house) Ward 6
                    u.   2733 SW 46th Place (house) Ward 4
                    v.   6121 SE 47th Street (house) Ward 4
                    w.   1128 NW 49th Street (house) Ward 2
                    x.   516 SW 60th Terrace (house) Ward 5
                    y.   1640 SW 79th Terrace (house) Ward 5
                    z.   942 NW 103rd Street (house) Ward 2
                   aa.   8341 NW 110th Street (house) Ward 8
               2.   Resolution    declaring    the    structures    are
                    unsecured.
               (ATTACHMENT)

          I.   1.   Public   Hearing   regarding   long-term    boarded
                    structure:
                    7329 Kings Ridge Road (house) Ward 1
               2.   Resolution declaring long-term boarded structure
                    as dilapidated, directing said structure to be
                    torn down, establishing dates of July 19, 2006
                    and   August  18,   2006   for   commencement   and
                    completion of removal by owners.
               (ATTACHMENT)

          J.   Resolution approving the incurrence of indebtedness by
               the Oklahoma City Water Utilities Trust by the
               issuance of its Commercial Paper Notes, Series A;
               authorizing the sale of said commercial paper notes by
               the Trust at negotiated sale and at a price less than
               par; and containing other provisions relating thereto.
               (Two-thirds   affirmative   vote  required   to   incur
               indebtedness.) (ATTACHMENT)

          K.   Resolution    establishing   the   National   Incident
               Management System as the standard for incident
               management   in   The   City  of  Oklahoma  City   and
               designating Assistant City Manager M. T. Berry as the
               Local Point of Contact. (ATTACHMENT)
COUNCIL AGENDA
JULY 18, 2006
PAGE 38
 VIII.    L.   Resolution approving an increase in the mileage rate
               for the Emergency Medical Services Authority from
               $5.75 per mile to $9.00 per mile. (ATTACHMENT)

         M.   1.   Joint resolution with the Oklahoma City Municipal
                   Facilities Authority authorizing Susan Ann Knight
                   to represent municipal employees, Oklahoma City
                   Police Officers Jeff Golinghorst, Randy Kirby,
                   Tammi Reeder, and Vance Allen, in the United
                   States District Court for the Western District of
                   Oklahoma, Case No. CIV-05-931-C, styled:    Patsy
                   Trent and Kathleen Niblack vs. Alan Brett
                   Davison, et al.;
              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 Ambre Gooch to
                   represent David Helson, in the United States
                   District Court for the Western District of
                   Oklahoma,   Case    No.    CIV-06-391-C,   styled:
                   Kristina D. Griggs vs. The City of Oklahoma City,
                   David Helson and Eugene Weiss (sic), et al.;
              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.   Joint resolution with the Oklahoma City Municipal
                   Facilities    Authority    authorizing   Margaret
                   McMorrow-Love to represent Albert Eugene Weese,
                   in the United States District Court for the
                   Western District of Oklahoma, Case No. CIV-06-
                   391-C, styled:   Kristina D. Griggs vs. The City
                   of Oklahoma City, David Helson and Eugene Weiss
                   (sic), et al.;
              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)
COUNCIL AGENDA
JULY 18, 2006
PAGE 39
 VIII.    P.   1.   Joint resolution with the Oklahoma City Municipal
                    Facilities Authority authorizing Susan Ann Knight
                    to represent municipal employees, Oklahoma City
                    Police Officers David Hollis, Roger Martinez, and
                    Benjamin Nikkel, in the United States District
                    Court for the Western District of Oklahoma, Case
                    No. CIV-06-392-T, styled: Angela Johnson as next
                    friend of Dylan Johnson vs. The City Oklahoma
                    City, et al.;
               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)


          Q.   1.   Joint Resolution with the Oklahoma City Public
                    Property Authority authorizing      the Municipal
                    Counselor to enter into a Stipulation for
                    Settlement and to execute a Consent Decree in the
                    case of James Lawson and Access Now, Inc. vs. The
                    City of Oklahoma City, United States District
                    Court for the Western District of Oklahoma, Case
                    No. CIV-04-1692-HE;
               AND/OR
               2.   Enter into executive session with the Municipal
                    Counselor to discuss settlement of said case as
                    authorized by 25 O.S. (2001) §307(B)(4).
               (ATTACHMENT)


          R.   1.   Resolution authorizing the Municipal Counselor to
                    confess judgment without admitting liability in
                    the case of Marian McKenzie and Marquez Taylor
                    vs. The City of Oklahoma City, Case No. CJ-2006-
                    5344, in the Oklahoma County District Court,
                    State of Oklahoma;
               AND/OR
               2.   Enter into executive session with the Municipal
                    Counselor to discuss settlement of said case as
                    authorized by 25 O.S. (2001) §307(B)(4).
               (ATTACHMENT)
COUNCIL AGENDA
JULY 18, 2006
PAGE 40
 VIII.    S.   Enter into executive session with the Municipal
               Counselor to discuss the court-ordered settlement
               conference in the case of Robin Colbert vs. The City
               of Oklahoma City and the International Association of
               Firefighters, Local 157, United States District Court
               for the Western District of Oklahoma, Case No. CIV-05-
               758-F, as authorized by 25 O.S. (2001) §307(B)(4).
               (ATTACHMENT)

          T.   Enter into Executive Session to discuss collective
               bargaining negotiations for fiscal year 2006-2007 with
               Fraternal Order of Police, Lodge 123; International
               Association of Firefighters, Local 157; and American
               Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees,
               Local 2406, as authorized by 25 O.S. (2001) §307
               (B)(2).

          U.   1.   Claims recommended for denial:
                    a.   Sean Loftin $762.29
                    b.   Michael McKasson $2,890
                    c.   Tara Nixon $102.90
                    d.   Rodney Viney $1,180.47
                    e.   James Wright $8,225
               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.   Claim for Approval:



   X.    Items from Council.


         A.    Ordinance on final hearing recommended for approval,
               relating to Zoning (five affirmative votes required
               for approval) amending Chapter 59, Article VIII,
               Section 59-8200.221.1 of the Oklahoma City Municipal
               Code, 2002, pertaining to the definition of commercial
               trucks. (ATTACHMENT)                   Councilman
               White
COUNCIL AGENDA
JULY 18, 2006
PAGE 41
    X.    B.   Resolution authorizing travel expenses for the Mayor
               and City Council to attend the National League of
               Cities, Congress of Cities and Exposition, December 5-
               9, 2006, in Reno, Nevada. (ATTACHMENT)
               (Two-thirds affirmative vote required for approval.)



  XI.    City Manager Reports.

         A.   Claims and Payroll (ATTACHMENT)

         B.   Seatbelt Citation Demographics     (ATTACHMENT)

         C.   Curfew Violations   (ATTACHMENT)



 XII.    Citizens to be Heard.



XIII.    Adjournment.

				
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