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					        FORMAL AGENDA

        City Council
        8:30 a.m. September 11, 2007

        Mick Cornett, Mayor

        Council Members:
        Gary Marrs ................... Ward 1
        Sam Bowman ............... Ward 2
        Larry McAtee ............... Ward 3
        Pete White ................... Ward 4
        J. Brian Walters .......... Ward 5
        Ann Simank ................. Ward 6
        Willa Johnson .............. Ward 7
        Patrick J. Ryan............. Ward 8



        James D. Couch, City Manager
        Frances Kersey, City Clerk
        Kenneth Jordan, Municipal Counselor



200 N. Walker • 3rd Floor • Council Chamber
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          Agenda items listed with (ATTACHMENTS) are available on okc.gov Friday after 4:00 p.m.
                      THE CITY OF OKLAHOMA CITY
                             FORMAL AGENDA
                              CITY COUNCIL
                          SEPTEMBER 11, 2007


    I.    Invocation and Pledge of Allegiance.


   II.    Call to Order.


  III.    From the Office of the Mayor.

          A.   Resolution   of   Condolence   for   Paul     E.     Clowers.
               (ATTACHMENT)

          B.   Appointment   of   Nedra   Jones   to   the        Historical
               Preservation Commission.   (ATTACHMENT)

          C.   Appointment of G. Alexandra Vera to the Metropolitan
               Library Commission. (ATTACHMENT)


   IV.    A.   Receive Journal of Council Proceedings for August 28,
               2007.

          B.   Approve Journal of Council Proceedings for August 14
               and 21, 2007.


    V.    Request for Uncontested Continuances.


RECESS COUNCIL MEETING.


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

          1.   Request for Proposals to be advertised for Certified
               Workplace Medical Plan and Medical Review Services.
               (ATTACHMENT)
          2.   Termination of contract for engineering services with
               Brawley Engineering Corporation, Project PR-0006,
               pavement resurfacing, South Meridian Avenue from SW
               29th Street to SW 54th Street, South Meridian Avenue
               from SW 54th Street to the Will Rogers World Airport,
               and South Western Avenue from SW 59th Street to SW 70th
               Street. Wards 3, 5 and 6. (ATTACHMENT)
COUNCIL AGENDA
SEPTEMBER 11, 2007
PAGE 2

OCMFA.    3.     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. 2007-06030Q styled: Mike W. Foree, Claimant vs.
                 The City of Oklahoma City, Respondent, an Own Risk
                 Carrier,   and  further   authorizing   the   Municipal
                 Counselor to assist said counsel in the rendition of
                 said Petition to Judgment as authorized by 85 O.S.
                 §42, 62 O.S. §§365.1 et seq. and Article 10, Section
                 28 of the Oklahoma Constitution. (ATTACHMENT)


ADJOURN OCMFA.



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

          1.     a.   Request for Bids to be advertised for the sale of
                      all interest owned by The City of Oklahoma City
                      in the East Joe Carter Parking Lot Property, a
                      part of Blocks 37 and 38 Military Addition to
                      Oklahoma City, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma;
                 AND/OR
                 b.   Enter into executive session with the Municipal
                      Counselor   to   discuss   the   purchase  and/or
                      appraisal of real property, as authorized by 25
                      O.S. (2006) §307(B)(3).
                 (ATTACHMENT)


ADJOURN OCPPA.



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

          1.     Resolution authorizing the open market purchase of
                 recycle bins until formal bidding and contract award
                 can be accomplished (OM8-C89010), retroactive to July
                 1, 2007, not to exceed $75,000. (ATTACHMENT)

          2.     Resolution authorizing final payment for 15 new,
                 latest model trucks with truck-mounted side loader
                 beds to J & R Equipment, LLC (C69064), $63,161.16.
                 (ATTACHMENT)
COUNCIL AGENDA
SEPTEMBER 11, 2007
PAGE 3

OCEAT.    3.     Cost Adjustment Statement for increases as provided in
                 the Street Sweeping Services Agreement with First
                 Maintenance Company, including scheduled, special and
                 emergency street sweeping, retroactive to July 1,
                 2007. Wards 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8. (ATTACHMENT)

          4.     Price Adjustment Statement for increases as provided
                 in the Solid Waste Collection Agreement with Waste
                 Management of Oklahoma, Inc., for collection, removal
                 and disposal of solid waste from City owned or related
                 facilities, retroactive to July 1, 2007. (ATTACHMENT)


ADJOURN OCEAT.


RECONVENE COUNCIL MEETING.


   VI.    Consent Docket.

          A.     1.   Pricing agreement awards and approvals, Advanced
                      Filing Systems, Inc. (C84028), Documation, Inc.
                      (C84029), Storage Concepts, Inc. (C84030), A & M
                      Equipment Co. LLC dba Storage Equipment & Pallet
                      Co. (C84031) and Tab Products Co. LLC (C84032),
                      steel shelving, storage fixtures and filing
                      systems, September 11, 2007 through June 30, 2008.
                 2.   Resolution authorizing the open market purchase
                      of no bid and related items for which a need
                      cannot be specified (OM8-C84033), estimated cost
                      $30,000, September 11, 2007 through June 30,
                      2008. (ATTACHMENT)

    ¢     B.     1.   Pricing agreement awards and approvals, Casco
                      Industries, Inc. (C85013), Chief Fire & Safety
                      Co., Inc. (C85014), Fire Brigade Mfg., Inc.
                      (C85015), Fire Supply, Inc. (C85016), Gloves, Inc.
                      (C85017), Lion Apparel (C85018), NAFECO (C85019),
                      Wayest Safety, Inc. (C85020), protective clothing,
                      repair and decontamination, September 11, 2007
                      through June 30, 2008.
                 2.   Resolution authorizing the open market purchase
                      of related items for which a need cannot be
                      specified (OM8-C85021), estimated cost $50,000,
                      September 11, 2007 through June 30, 2008.
                      (ATTACHMENT)
COUNCIL AGENDA
SEPTEMBER 11, 2007
PAGE 4
   VI. ¢   C.   Resolution authorizing the sole source purchase of
                American LaFrance fire apparatus repair parts and
                service from Murphy’s Fire & Rescue (SS8-C85033),
                estimated cost $100,000, September 11, 2007 through
                June 30, 2008. (ATTACHMENT)

           D.   Ordinances to be introduced and set for final hearing
                October 9, 2007:
                1.   (PUD-1314) 5900 North Robinson Avenue from C-3
                     Community Commercial to PUD-1314 Planned Unit
                     Development. Ward 2. (ATTACHMENT)
                2.   (PUD-1317) 2809 West Wilshire Boulevard from R-1
                     Single Family Residential to PUD-1317 Planned
                     Unit Development. Ward 8. (ATTACHMENT)

           E.   Resolution releasing the subdivision bond for Breakers
                West Addition, Section 2, south of SW 15th Street and
                east of Morgan Road.   Ward 3. (ATTACHMENT)

           F.   Resolution releasing the irrevocable letter of credit
                for Rose Creek, Blocks 23-24, The Fairways, north of
                NW 164th Street and east of Portland Avenue.  Ward 8.
                (ATTACHMENT)

           G.   1.   Resolution setting the date for the approval of
                     the assessment roll for the Stockyards City
                     Business Improvement District, Oklahoma City
                     Improvement   and  Special   Services   Assessment
                     District Number One. Ward 6. (ATTACHMENT)
                2.   Ordinance to be introduced and set for final
                     hearing September 25, 2007, adopting and ratifying
                     the assessment roll for the Stockyards City
                     Business Improvement District, Oklahoma City
                     Improvement   and  Special   Services   Assessment
                     District Number One; establishing the time and
                     terms of payment of the assessments and other
                     expenses;   fixing   a  reserve   charge;   fixing
                     penalties to be charged for delinquent payments
                     of the assessments or an installment thereof;
                     setting forth tracts or parcels of land against
                     which the assessments are being adopted, ratified
                     and levied; directing the City Clerk to prepare,
                     sign, attest and record with the Office of the
                     County Clerk of Oklahoma County, within 60 days
                     after the publication of this ordinance, a claim
                     of lien for any unpaid amount due and assessed
                     against a tract or parcel of land, and providing
                     for an effective date of October 1, 2007.     Ward
                     6. (ATTACHMENT)
COUNCIL AGENDA
SEPTEMBER 11, 2007
PAGE 5


   VI.    H.   1.    Resolution setting the date for the approval of
                     the assessment roll for the Downtown Oklahoma
                     City Business Improvement District, Oklahoma City
                     Improvement   and  Special   Services   Assessment
                     District Number Two, setting the date for public
                     hearing on the assessment roll of said district,
                     and providing notice of said public hearing as
                     provided by law. Wards 6 and 7. (ATTACHMENT)
               2.    Ordinance to be introduced and set for final
                     hearing September 25, 2007, adopting and ratifying
                     the assessment roll for the Downtown Oklahoma
                     City Business Improvement District, Oklahoma City
                     Improvement   and  Special   Services   Assessment
                     District Number Two; establishing the time and
                     terms of payment of the assessments and other
                     expenses; fixing penalties to be charged for
                     delinquent payments of the assessments or an
                     installment thereof; setting forth tracts or
                     parcels of land against which the assessments are
                     being adopted, ratified and levied; directing the
                     City Clerk to prepare, sign, attest and record
                     with the Office of the County Clerk of Oklahoma
                     County, within sixty 60 days of the publication
                     of this ordinance, a claim of lien for any unpaid
                     amount due and assessed against a tract or parcel
                     of land, and providing for an effective date of
                     October 1, 2007. Wards 6 and 7. (ATTACHMENT)



          I.   Resolutions approving the Oklahoma Department of
               Transportation Enhancement Grant Agreements:
               1.   Federal-Aid Project No. STP-155E(622)EH State Job
                    Piece    No.     24562(04),     Earlywine    Trail
                    Transportation   Enhancement   Project,   SW  119th
                    Street between Earlywine Park and Pennsylvania
                    Avenue, north on Pennsylvania Avenue to SW 104th
                    Street, then east to the City limits of Oklahoma
                    City, grant revenue of $23,820, and $35,730 in
                    matching funds. Ward 5. (ATTACHMENT)
               2.   Federal-Aid Project No. STP-155E(623)EH State Job
                    Piece   No.    24563(04),    Tinker-Draper   Trail
                    Transportation Enhancement Project, southeast of
                    Downtown near the North Canadian River southeast
                    to Lake Stanley Draper, grant revenue of $44,335,
                    and $133,005 in matching funds.     Wards 4 and 7.
                    (ATTACHMENT)
COUNCIL AGENDA
SEPTEMBER 11, 2007
PAGE 6

   VI.    J.   Specifications to be advertised for bids, Project PR
               10-07/08, street resurfacing (10 locations). Wards 2
               and 6. (ATTACHMENT)


          K.   Final Plans and Specifications to be advertised for
               bids, Projects TC-0326, traffic signal, North Rockwell
               Avenue and West Reno Avenue, and TC-0355/PC-0293,
               traffic signals and street widening, North Rockwell
               Avenue and I-40. Ward 3. (ATTACHMENT)


          L.   Ratifying and approving Addenda Nos. 1 and 2 and
               awarding contract to Connelly Paving Company, Project
               MP-0313, sidewalk basketball court and park shelter
               improvements (13 locations), $566,398.32; assigning GW2
               Engineering, Inc. as testing laboratory; and approving
               contract and bonds.    Wards 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7.
               (ATTACHMENT)


          M.   Amendment No. 1, Project PM-0190, pothole repairs
               2006/2007, increase not to exceed $250,000. Wards 1,
               2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8. (ATTACHMENT)


          N.   Acceptance of permanent easements, Project DC-0186,
               storm drainage, North Canadian River to SE 23rd Street,
               and approving payment of claim. Ward 7. (ATTACHMENT)


          O.   Utility Relocation Agreement with DCP Midstream L.P.,
               Project PC-0227, street improvements, NW 10th Street,
               Mustang Road to Cemetery Road (SH 92), and west of
               Cemetery Road to Professional Circle, $52,431.72.
               Wards 1 and 3. (ATTACHMENT)


          P.   Resolution requesting classification amendments to the
               Oklahoma City Area Regional Transportation Study Urban
               and Rural Federal Aid Functional Classification Plan
               (eight locations). Wards 4, 5, 6 and 7. (ATTACHMENT)


          Q.   Receive Consultant Review Committee Report, Project
               MB-0825, renovation of 616 Colcord Building, 616
               Colcord  Drive,   and  authorization  to   negotiate
               contract. Ward 6. (ATTACHMENT)
COUNCIL AGENDA
SEPTEMBER 11, 2007
PAGE 7

   VI.    R.   Ordinances to be introduced and set for final hearing
               September 25, 2007, authorizing:
               1.   Installation of “No Parking 9:00 pm to 6:00 am,
                    All Days” signs on NW 88th Street between Western
                    Avenue and Francis Avenue, both sides.    Ward 2.
                    (ATTACHMENT)
               2.   Installation of “No Parking Anytime” signs on
                    West Country Club Drive, between Greystone Avenue
                    and Berkley Avenue, south side.          Ward 2.
                    (ATTACHMENT)


          S.   1.    Acceptance of five privately constructed water
                     main extensions and fire hydrant installations;
                     and placing maintenance bonds into effect as of
                     final inspection dates.      Wards 1, 3 and 7.
                     (ATTACHMENT)
               2.    Acceptance of 14 privately constructed water main
                     extensions and fire hydrant installations; and
                     placing maintenance bonds into effect as of final
                     inspection dates.   Wards 2, 3, 4, 6, 7 and 8.
                     (ATTACHMENT)


          T.   Acceptance of Quit Claim Deed for oversized sanitary
               sewer main extension under Policy “B-1” procedures,
               Project SB-0021, Piedmont Road (State Highway 4) and
               Memorial Road. Ward 8. (ATTACHMENT)


          U.   Receive Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality
               Permits:
               1.   Project WC-0569, 16-inch waterline extension and
                    meter vault, 14900 North Mustang Road from NW
                    Expressway and Mustang Road to Mustang Road and
                    NW 150th Street. Ward 8. (ATTACHMENT)
               2.   Project WC-0578, Balon Manufacturing Corporation
                    expansion, SE 31st Street to SE 34th Street and
                    Mable   Avenue  to  Hattie  Avenue.     Ward  7.
                    (ATTACHMENT)


          V.   Joint Resolution of The City of Oklahoma City electing
               and the Oklahoma City Water Utilities Trust agreeing
               to pay The City of Oklahoma City’s annual aliquot
               costs for fiscal year 2007-08, in accordance with the
               McGee   Creek  Authority   Amended  Trust   Indenture.
               (ATTACHMENT)
COUNCIL AGENDA
SEPTEMBER 11, 2007
PAGE 8


   VI.    W.   Ordinance to be introduced and set for final hearing
               September 25, 2007, changing the name of the Water and
               Wastewater Utilities Department to the Utilities
               Department, changing the name of the Wastewater
               Treatment Division to the Wastewater Quality Division,
               and changing the name of the Water Director to the
               Utilities Director by amending the Oklahoma City
               Municipal Code, 2002, Chapter 2, Section 2-651 through
               2-653, Chapter 13, Section 13-233, Chapter 16, Section
               16-22, Chapter 22, Section 22-25, Chapter 27, Section
               27-4, Chapter 31, Section 31-176, Chapter 38, Sections
               38-69, 38-85, 38-92, 38-134, 38-137, 38-157, 38-158,
               38-160, 38-166, 38-246 through 38-251, 38-253, 38-298,
               38-299, 38-305 through 38-308, 38-476 through 38-478,
               38-480, 38-482, 38-484 and 38-485, Chapter 47, Sections
               47-1, 47-3, 47-12, 47-501, 47-682, 47-683, 47-800 and
               47-806, Chapter 49, Sections 49-21, 49-163, 49-232 and
               49-289, Chapter 55, Sections 55-16, 55-17, 55-40 and
               55-71, Chapter 57, Sections 57-2, 57-19, 57-24, 57-29,
               57-30, 57-32, 57-33, 57-36, 57-54, 57-55, 57-57, 57-
               58, 57-72, 57-167 and 57-195, and Chapter 60, the
               General Schedule of Fees, Sections 60-47-34, 60-55-16,
               and 60-55-29. (ATTACHMENT)


          X.   Oklahoma City Airport Trust Agreements:
               1. Supplemental Farm Agreement No. 1 with Bob Cowling,
                  to include an additional 39 acres grazing and 84
                  acres agricultural to the leased premises, Plat No.
                  3A and 3G at Clarence E. Page Airport, $3,105 annual
                  revenue, retroactive to September 1, 2007. Ward 3.
                  (ATTACHMENT)
               2. Fifth Extension to Agreement for Option to Purchase
                  Real Property with Eusebius J. Beltran, Most
                  Reverend   Archbishop   of    the   Roman   Catholic
                  Archdiocese of Oklahoma City, to extend the time to
                  negotiate the purchase of property, September 10,
                  2007, through November 10, 2007, Will Rogers World
                  Airport. Ward 3. (ATTACHMENT)
               3. Lease and Operations Agreement with The Prop Shop,
                  Inc., for use of a certain facility located at 7417
                  North Rockwell Avenue and adjacent premises, $1,197
                  monthly revenue, retroactive to August 1, 2007
                  through July 31, 2008. Ward 1. (ATTACHMENT)
COUNCIL AGENDA
SEPTEMBER 11, 2007
PAGE 9


   VI.    Y.   Resolution declaring the cancellation of the regular
               Council meeting falling on Tuesday, October 2, 2007,
               due to the anticipated lack of a quorum; and directing
               the City Clerk to post notice of such cancellation on
               the doors of the Council Chambers. (ATTACHMENT)

          Z.   Professional Services Agreement for Economic Impact
               Study with Preservation Oklahoma, Inc. relating to the
               economic impact of historic preservation on Oklahoma
               and Oklahoma City, $20,000. (ATTACHMENT)

         AA.   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. 2007-06030Q styled: Mike W. Foree, 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)

         BB.   1.    Resolution authorizing the Municipal Counselor to
                     waive service of process and to confess judgment
                     without admission of liability in the amount of
                     $19,677.77 and all costs of the action in the
                     Oklahoma County District Court in the claim filed
                     by Vivveanna Quinones. Ward 1. (ATTACHMENT)
               2.    Resolution authorizing the Municipal Counselor to
                     waive service of process and to confess judgment
                     without admission of liability in the amount of
                     $14,413.26 and all costs of the action in the
                     Oklahoma County District Court in the claim filed
                     by Arieda Saft. Ward 1. (ATTACHMENT)
               3.    Resolution authorizing the Municipal Counselor to
                     waive service of process and to confess judgment
                     without admission of liability in the amount of
                     $1,201.63 and all costs of the action in the
                     Oklahoma County District Court in the claim filed
                     by Alvin Scott. Ward 7. (ATTACHMENT)

         CC.   Resolution  authorizing   the  Parks   and  Recreation
               Department Director or designee to negotiate lease
               agreements with Destiny Allison, Kevin Robb, Joe Slack
               and Ben Woitena for public art project, Oklahoma
               Artscape. (ATTACHMENT)
COUNCIL AGENDA
SEPTEMBER 11, 2007
PAGE 10

   VI.   DD.   Professional Services Agreement with Jordan Associates
               for media buying services including media planning,
               negotiating,      scheduling,      maintenance     and
               administration, estimated cost $100,000, retroactive
               to July 1, 2007 through June 30, 2008. (ATTACHMENT)

         EE.   Ordinance to be introduced and set for final hearing
               September 25, 2007, relating to Nuisances, amending
               Article VI of Chapter 35 of the Oklahoma City Municipal
               Code, 2002; repealing existing Article VI, Sections 35-
               171 through 35-179, in their entirety; enacting a new
               Article   VI  entitled   “Criminal  Activities   Public
               Nuisance Abatement;” Division I, In General; Section
               35-171, Providing for Short Title; Section 35-172,
               Stating Statutory and Charter Authority; Section 35-
               173, Stating Legislative Findings and Declaration;
               Section 35-174, Declaring Purpose of Article; Section
               35-175, Providing Definitions; Division 2, Public
               Nuisances Involving Real Properties; Section 35-176,
               Declaring Real Property Used for Drug-Related Criminal
               Activity or for Prostitution-Related Criminal Activity
               Declared Public Nuisance Per Se; Section 35-177,
               Establishing Procedure to Abate Public Nuisance Per Se
               on or at Real Property under this Division; Section
               35-178, Prohibiting Violation of Division; Division 3,
               Public Nuisances Involving Vehicles; Section 35-179,
               Declaring Vehicle Used for a Drive-By Shooting or for
               Eluding a Peace Officer Declared a Public Nuisance Per
               Se; Section 35-180, Providing Procedure Used to Abate
               Public Nuisance Per Se Relating to a Vehicle Used for
               a Drive-By Shooting or for an Eluding a Peace Officer
               Violation as Declared by this Division; Section 35-
               181, Providing Non-Applicability of this Division;
               Section 35-182, Providing Section 1-6 of this Code Not
               Applicable to this Division; Section 35-183, Stating
               Division Not Intended to Limit or Restrict Impoundments
               Otherwise Authorized by Law; Division 4, Section 35-
               184, Providing Criminal Penalties; Amending Article II
               of Chapter 32, Motor Vehicles and Traffic, Division 4,
               Impoundment of Vehicles; Section 32-91, Purpose;
               Section 32-92, Authorized Generally; Section 32-105,
               Place of Impoundment; Section 32-106, Duration of
               Impoundment; Section 32-108, Payment of Removal and
               Storage Costs; Section 32-109, Right of Redemption of
               Vehicle; Section 32-110, Release of Impounded Vehicles;
               Section 32-111, Special Liens; and providing for an
               effective date of November 1, 2007. (ATTACHMENT)
COUNCIL AGENDA
SEPTEMBER 11, 2007
PAGE 11

  VII.    Concurrence Docket.

          A.   Concurrence with the Oklahoma City Water Utilities
               Trust in authorizing purchase of:
               1.   Small meters from existing cold-water meter
                    pricing agreements for implementation of the
                    third year of the Small Meter Replacement Project,
                    WM-0094 and SM-0207, estimated cost $977,500 for
                    fiscal year 2008. (ATTACHMENT)
               2.   Large meters from existing cold-water meter
                    pricing agreements for implementation of the
                    second year of the Large Meter Replacement
                    Project, WM-0114 and SM-0207, estimated cost
                    $214,706 for fiscal year 2008. (ATTACHMENT)


          B.   Concurrence with the Oklahoma City Water Utilities
               Trust in approving plans and specifications to be
               advertised for bids, Project WM-0127, Hefner Trails
               repairs, South Lake Hefner Drive west of North
               Portland Avenue. Ward 8. (ATTACHMENT)


          C.   Concurrence with the Oklahoma City Water Utilities
               Trust in ratifying and approving Addenda Nos. 1 and 2
               to the request for proposals for utility bill print
               and mail services and adopting resolution approving
               CSG Systems, Inc., Kubra, Personix and Docucorp/
               Skywire   Software   as   short    list   of   proposers;
               appointing   the   Selection   Committee   members;   and
               authorizing the Committee to proceed with detailed
               evaluations including vendor demonstrations and phone
               reference    checks   (WM0120,    SM0210,    OCWUT30-07).
               (ATTACHMENT)


          D.   Concurrence with the Oklahoma City Water Utilities
               Trust in approving issuance of the utility billing
               system best and final offer request (WM0119, SM0209,
               OCWUT27-07). (ATTACHMENT)


          E.   Concurrence with the Oklahoma City Water Utilities
               Trust in approving Amendment No. 1, Project SC-0741,
               emergency   sanitary    sewer   replacement,   south   of
               Kilpatrick Turnpike and east of Eastern Avenue and
               along   Harrison   Creek    Tributary   2,  decrease   of
               $4,977.30;    accepting    the    project  and    placing
               maintenance bond into effect. Ward 7. (ATTACHMENT)
COUNCIL AGENDA
SEPTEMBER 11, 2007
PAGE 12


  VII.    F.   Concurrence with the Oklahoma City Water Utilities
               Trust in approving Amendment No. 1, Project SC-0398,
               sewer main replacement, NE 36th Street to NE 23rd Street
               between Lottie Avenue and Prospect Avenue, increase of
               $2,404.50. Ward 7. (ATTACHMENT)

          G.   Concurrence with the Oklahoma City Water Utilities
               Trust in approving Amendment No. 2, Project SC-0682,
               sewer main rehabilitation, SE 29th Street to SE 33rd
               Street and Byers Avenue to South Santa Fe Avenue,
               decrease of $114,621.98; accepting the project and
               placing maintenance bond into effect.       Ward 7.
               (ATTACHMENT)

          H.   Concurrence with the Oklahoma City Water Utilities
               Trust in approving Amendment No. 1 to contract for
               engineering services, Project WT-0045, Hefner Water
               Treatment Plant existing north and south clearwell
               rehabilitation, 4000 NW 108th Street, fee increase of
               $107,000. Ward 8. (ATTACHMENT)

          I.   Concurrence with the Oklahoma City Water Utilities
               Trust in adopting resolution ratifying the actions of
               the General Manager in approving an Amendment to the
               Joint Funding Agreement with the United States
               Geological Survey (USGS) that decreases funding for
               the Oklahoma City Water Utilities Trust and increases
               the USGS share for fiscal year 2006-07 by $16,800.
               (ATTACHMENT)

          J.   Concurrence with the Oklahoma City Water Utilities
               Trust in adopting resolution authorizing the General
               Manager to approve a Proposed Cooperative Agreement
               with the Geological Survey of the United States
               Department of the Interior for Water Resources
               Investigations, stream flow and water monitoring,
               $229,600, October 1, 2007 through September 30, 2008.
               (ATTACHMENT)

          K.   Concurrence with the Oklahoma City Water Utilities
               Trust in approving the Preliminary Report, Project WM-
               0099, Lake Hefner Dam roadway improvements and rip-rap
               repair, between Britton Road and Portland Avenue on
               the north side of the Dam; and authorization to
               prepare plans and specifications.     Wards 1 and 8.
               (ATTACHMENT)
COUNCIL AGENDA
SEPTEMBER 11, 2007
PAGE 13


  VII.    L.   Concurrence with the Oklahoma City Water Utilities
               Trust in receiving:
               1.   Report on the status of the Oklahoma Water
                    Resources   Board vegetation   project at Lake
                    Draper. Ward 4. (ATTACHMENT)
               2.   Reports concerning sewer system backups and
                    overflow program. (ATTACHMENT)

          M.   Concurrence with the Oklahoma City Metropolitan Area
               Public Schools Trust in adopting resolution recommending
               the Board of Education of Independent School District
               No. 89 approve final plans and specifications to be
               advertised for bids, Project EB-0003, Phase 2, Oklahoma
               Centennial    High    School   additions   and  facility
                                                st
               improvements,    1301   NE   101    Street.    Ward   7.
               (ATTACHMENT)

          N.   Concurrence with the Oklahoma City Metropolitan Area
               Public Schools Trust in adopting resolutions approving:
               1.   Preliminary design report, Project ES-0027, Mark
                    Twain Elementary School, 2451 West Main Street.
                    Ward 6. (ATTACHMENT)
               2.   Schematic design report, Project ES-0028, Putnam
                    Heights Elementary School, 1601 NW 36th Street.
                    Ward 2. (ATTACHMENT)

          O.   Concurrence with the Oklahoma City Metropolitan Area
               Public Schools Trust in adopting resolution approving
               architectural services contracts:
               1.   Tull, Sparks & Associates, Project ES-0038,
                    Shidler Elementary School, 1415 South Byers
                    Avenue, fee of $245,000; and assigning Engineering
                    Services & Testing, Inc. and Cardinal Engineering,
                    Inc.   as    testing  laboratories.      Ward   7.
                    (ATTACHMENT)
               2.   Design Architects Plus, Inc., Project ES-0040,
                    Green Pastures Elementary School, 4300 North Post
                    Road, fee of $283,500; and assigning Terracon
                    Consultants, Inc. and Cardinal Engineering, Inc.
                    as testing laboratories. Ward 7. (ATTACHMENT)

          P.   Concurrence with the Oklahoma City Metropolitan Area
               Public Schools Trust in adopting resolution authorizing
               the Program Consultant to Perform Part 3 of the Basic
               Services for the Oklahoma City Metropolitan Area
               Public Schools Program, not to exceed $5,000,000.
               (ATTACHMENT)
COUNCIL AGENDA
SEPTEMBER 11, 2007
PAGE 14

  VII.    Q.   Concurrence with the Oklahoma City Metropolitan Area
               Public Schools Trust in approving applications of
               funding:
               1.   Jones Public School District, fire alarm system,
                    Jones High School, 304 Hawaii Street, $30,096.48.
                    Jones. (ATTACHMENT)
               2.   Piedmont Public School District, choir equipment,
                    Piedmont High School, 1055 Edmond Road NW,
                    $1,152. Piedmont. (ATTACHMENT)
               3.   Piedmont   Public   School    District,    classroom
                    millwork, Piedmont High School, 1055 Edmond Road
                    NW, $19,393. Piedmont. (ATTACHMENT)
               4.   Piedmont    Public   School     District,     fitness
                                                              nd
                    equipment, Piedmont Middle School, 823 2 Street,
                    $12,921. Piedmont. (ATTACHMENT)
               5.   Piedmont Public School District, lockers, Francel
                    Athletic   Center,   823   2nd    Street,    $12,500.
                    Piedmont. (ATTACHMENT)
               6.   Piedmont Public School District, SMART Boards,
                    Piedmont Elementary School, 1011 Piedmont Road
                    North, $19,400. Piedmont. (ATTACHMENT)


 VIII.    Items Requiring Separate Votes.

          A.   Ordinances on final hearing (emergency) recommended
               for approval (five affirmative votes required for
               approval):
               1.   (PUD-1274) 2828 South Cemetery Road from PUD-1102
                    Planned Unit Development to PUD-1274 Planned Unit
                    Development. Ward 3. (ATTACHMENT)
                    Easement to be accepted.
                    Planning Commission approval subject to the
                    Summary of Technical Evaluation.
               2.   (PUD-1291) 7701 East Britton Road from AA
                    Agricultural to PUD-1291 Planned Unit Development.
                    Ward 7. (ATTACHMENT)
                    Easement to be accepted.
                    Planning Commission approval subject to the
                    Summary of Technical Evaluation.
               3.   (PUD-1293) 911 SW 59th Street from R-1 Single
                    Family Residential and C-3 Community Commercial
                    to PUD-1293 Planned Unit Development.     Ward 4.
                    (ATTACHMENT)
                    Planning Commission approval subject to the
                    Summary of Technical Evaluation as amended.
COUNCIL AGENDA
SEPTEMBER 11, 2007
PAGE 15

 VIII.    A.   4.    (PUD-1296) 12204 North Kelley Avenue from SPUD-10
                     Simplified Planned Unit Development to PUD-1296
                     Planned Unit Development. Ward 7. (ATTACHMENT)
                     Easement to be accepted.
                     Planning Commission approval subject to the
                     Summary of Technical Evaluation.
               5.    (PUD-1297) 6205 NW Grand Boulevard from R-4
                     General Residential to PUD-1297 Planned Unit
                     Development.   Ward 2. (ATTACHMENT)
                     Planning Commission approval subject to the
                     Summary of Technical Evaluation.
               6.    (PUD-1299) 14400 North Rockwell Avenue from PUD-
                     316 Planned Unit Development to PUD-1299 Planned
                     Unit Development. Ward 8. (ATTACHMENT)
                     Planning Commission approval subject to the
                     Summary of Technical Evaluation.


          B.   Ordinance on final hearing (emergency) recommended for
               approval (CE-712) closing the platted 20-foot north/
               south alley adjacent to Lots 5 through 9 and Lots 10
               through 15 in Block 26, Stockyards Second Addition,
               located east of South Agnew Avenue and south of SW 15th
               Street. Ward 6. (ATTACHMENT)


          C.   Ordinance on final hearing (emergency) recommended for
               denial (five affirmative votes required for approval),
               (SPUD-414) 3704 West Park Place from R-1 Single Family
               Residential and R-3 Medium Density Residential to
               SPUD-414 Simplified Planned Unit Development. Ward 3.
               (ATTACHMENT)
               Deferred from August 14, 2007.


          D.   Ordinance   on   final  hearing,   relating  to   cable
               television service and The City’s regulation thereof
               under 11 O.S. § 22-107.1, subject to applicable federal
               laws; amending Chapter 11 of the Oklahoma City
               Municipal Code, 2002 (Code), entitled “Broadband
               Telecommunications;” amending Sections 11-1(2), 11-
               1(3), 11-1(4), 11-1(22), 11-2(19), 11-2(20), 11-4, 11-
               14, 11-15, 11-16, 11-17, 11-18(f), 11-19, 11-20(a),
               11-21, 11-22, 11-23(c), 11-25, 11-26, 11-36, 11-37,
               11-38, 11-40, 11-41, 11-42, 11-51(a), 11-52, 11-53(f),
               11-55, 11-57, 11-58, 11-59, 11-60, 11-62, 11-72, 11-
               73, 11-74, 11-76, 11-77, 11-80, 11-82(a)(2), 11-83,
               11-85, and 11-88 of said Chapter 11, which pertains to
COUNCIL AGENDA
SEPTEMBER 11, 2007
PAGE 16


 VIII.    D.   broadband telecommunications and relates to general
               provisions, to broadband telecommunications franchises,
               to broadband telecommunications systems, to regulations
               governing the installation, operation, and maintenance
               of broadband telecommunications networks, and to rules
               governing a grantee of a broadband telecommunications
               franchise under Chapter 11; amending Ordinance No.
               19,654 of The City, which granted a Broadband
               Telecommunications Franchise to Cox Cable Oklahoma
               City, Inc., now CoxCom, Inc. (Cox), by repealing or
               amending certain sections and subsections of the
               Broadband    Telecommunications     Franchise    Agreement
               incorporated therein by reference; repealing Article
               IV, Section 3 (relating to performance bond) and
               Article VII, Section 2 (relating to liquidated damages)
               of the Franchise Agreement incorporated by reference
               into Ordinance No. 19,654; amending Article VIII,
               Subsection 3(b) (relating to public, educational and
               governmental    access   channels)    of   the   Franchise
               Agreement incorporated by reference into Ordinance No.
               19,654 to specify that Subsections 11-36(a)(5), (a)(6),
               and (b) of Chapter 11 of the Code shall control the
               public   access    channel;    amending    Article   VIII,
               Subsection    3(f)    (relating    to    certain   service
               installations within The City) of the Franchise
               Agreement incorporated by reference into Ordinance No.
               19,654, to specify that Section 11-37 of Chapter 11 of
               the Code shall control public service installations
               for public schools, public libraries, and municipal
               buildings; amending Article X, Extension Policy, of
               the Franchise Agreement incorporated by reference into
               Ordinance No. 19,654, to add a new Section 3 providing
               that Section 11-25 of Chapter 11 of the Code shall
               control extension policy in the event of a conflict
               between Sections 1 and 2 of Article X and said Section
               11-25; and providing for an effective date of October
               15, 2007. (ATTACHMENT)


          E.   1.    Public hearing regarding dilapidated structures:
                     a.   3001 Creston Drive (house) Ward 7
                     b.   2815 Guilford Lane (east shed and west shed)
                          Ward 8
                     c.   2841 Guilford Lane (garage) Ward 8
                     d.   621 West Hill Street (garage and shed) Ward 2
                     e.   1221 Standish Avenue (add on to house) Ward 7
                     f.   625 NW 4th Street (rubble and debris) Ward 6
COUNCIL AGENDA
SEPTEMBER 11, 2007
PAGE 17


 VIII.    E.   1.    g.  6224 NW 10th Street aka’s 6212-6216-6220
                         (apartment building 6212/6216 and apartment
                         building 6220) Ward 3
                    h.   3316 SW 25th Street (house) Ward 6
                    i.   3320 SW 25th Street (house) Ward 6
                    j.   1510 NW 30th Street (garage and house) Ward 2
                    k.   1305 SW 45th Street (metal shed) Ward 4
                    l.   1311 NW 98th Street (rear house) Ward 2
               2.   Resolution declaring the structures are dilapi-
                    dated; directing said structures to be torn down,
                    establishing dates of September 12, 2007 and
                    October 12, 2007 for commencement and completion
                    of removal by owners.
               (ATTACHMENT)


          F.   1.    Public hearing regarding unsecured structures:
                     a.   2114 North Bath Avenue (garage and house)
                          Ward 7
                     b.   2908 Donnelly Avenue (house) Ward 1
                     c.   7200 Galahad Circle aka 7202 Galahad Circle
                          (duplex) Ward 1
                     d.   3132 Lyon Boulevard (east shed, house,
                          southeast shed and southwest shed) Ward 1
                     e.   3312 South Meta Avenue (house) Ward 3
                     f.   1517 North Pennsylvania Avenue (garage) Ward
                          6
                     g.   1221 Standish Avenue (house) Ward 7
                     h.   1225 Standish Avenue (house) Ward 7
                     i.   1322 NW 8th Street aka 1320 NW 8th Street
                          (house) Ward 6
                     j.   1207 NW 9th Street (garage apartment) Ward 6
                     k.   1209 NW 9th Street (house and rear house)
                          Ward 6
                     l.   6224 NW 10th Street aka’s 6212-6220-6228
                          (apartment building 6212, apartment building
                          6220 and apartment building 6228) Ward 3
                     m.   2816 NW 12th Street (house) Ward 6
                     n.   208 NE 14th Street (house) Ward 7
                     o.   1701 NW 18th Street (duplex) Ward 6
                     p.   3909 NW 19th Street (house) Ward 3
                     q.   3244 NW 21st Street (garage) Ward 6
                     r.   1404 NW 24th Street (house) Ward 2
                     s.   1600 NE 27th Street aka 2704 North Jordan
                          Avenue (house) Ward 7
COUNCIL AGENDA
SEPTEMBER 11, 2007
PAGE 18

 VIII.    F.   1.   t.   800 NE 31st Street (house) Ward 7
                    u.   304 SE 46th Street (garage and house) Ward 4
                    v.   3107 NW 50th Street (house) Ward 2
                    w.   336 NW 84th Street (house) Ward 7
                    x.   1113 NW 105th Street (house) Ward 2
               2.   Resolution declaring the structures are unsecured.
               (ATTACHMENT)

          G.   Discussion and possible action regarding projects to
               be included in the General Obligation Bond Election,
               to include without limitation:
               1.   Resolution expressing the choice of the City
                    Council of The City of Oklahoma City on including
                    a project for the central police station for the
                    Oklahoma City Police Department in the 2007
                    General Obligation Bond Election.
               2.   Resolution expressing the choice of the City
                    Council of The City of Oklahoma City for the mill
                    levy target in relation to the 2007 General
                    Obligation Bond Election. (ATTACHMENT)

          H.   1.   Request for Bids to be advertised for the sale of
                    all interest owned by The City of Oklahoma City
                    in the East Joe Carter Parking Lot Property, a
                    part of Blocks 37 and 38 Military Addition to
                    Oklahoma City, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma;
               AND/OR
               2.   Enter into executive session with the Municipal
                    Counselor   to   discuss   the   purchase  and/or
                    appraisal of real property, as authorized by 25
                    O.S. (2006) §307(B)(3).
               (ATTACHMENT)

          I.   Enter into executive session to discuss collective
               bargaining negotiations for fiscal year 2007-2008 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. (2006) §307
               (B)(2).

          J.   1.   Resolution authorizing the Municipal Counselor to
                    confess judgment without admitting liability in
                    the case of Christy Elliott & Michol Willis vs.
                    The City of Oklahoma City, et al., CIV-06-548-L,
                    in the United States District Court for the
                    Western District of Oklahoma;
               AND/OR
COUNCIL AGENDA
SEPTEMBER 11, 2007
PAGE 19

 VIII.    J.   2.   Enter into executive session with the Municipal
                    Counselor to discuss said case as authorized by
                    25 O.S. (2006) §307(B)(4).
               (ATTACHMENT)

          K.   Enter into executive session with the Municipal
               Counselor to discuss the upcoming settlement conference
               in the case of Danielle Pickering vs. The City of
               Oklahoma City, Case No. CIV-06-466-M in the United
               States District Court for the Western District of
               Oklahoma, as authorized by 25 O.S. (2006) §307(B)(4).
               (ATTACHMENT)

          L.   Enter into executive session with the Municipal
               Counselor to discuss the pending investigation of
               water intrusion damage and repairs at the Ronald J.
               Norick Downtown Library, as authorized by 25 O.S.
               (2006) §307(B)(4). (ATTACHMENT)

          M.   1.   Claims recommended for denial:
                    a.   Sandra Arnold $69.95 (Ward 2)
                    b.   Central Mutual Insurance Co. $15,906.84
                         (Ward 2)
                    c.   Central Mutual Insurance Co. $5,320.04 (Ward
                         2)
                    d.   Donald Hauk $70 (Ward 8)
                    e.   Ouida Pierson $1,550 (Ward 7)
                    f.   Safeco    Property   &   Casualty   Insurance
                         $3,319.58
                    g.   Nadine Smith $2,140 (Ward 2)
                         Deferred from July 31 and August 14, 2007
               AND/OR
               2.   Enter into executive session with the Municipal
                    Counselor   to   discuss  the   above  claims   as
                    authorized by 25 O.S. (2006) §307(B)(4).
               (ATTACHMENT)

   IX.    A.   1.   Claims for Approval:
                    a.   Stacy Bernard $207.55 (Ward 2)
                    b.   Jessie Coit $99.51 (Ward 8)
                    c.   Iveion Cox, a minor $450 (Ward 1)
                    d.   Kyle Johnson, a minor $450 (Ward 1)
               AND/OR
               2.   Enter into executive session with the Municipal
                    Counselor   to  discuss   the   above  claims as
                    authorized by 25 O.S. (2006) §307(B)(4).
               (ATTACHMENT)
COUNCIL AGENDA
SEPTEMBER 11, 2007
PAGE 20


    X.    Items from Council.

          A.   Ordinance to be introduced and adopted with emergency,
               declaring   a  temporary    ban  on   permits   for   the
               construction of new “Non-Accessory Signs,” i.e.,
               “Billboards;” providing for the creation of an ad hoc
               Billboard Advisory Committee; providing for analysis
               and promulgation of new Billboard regulations; providing
               an   exemption   for   pending  sign   erection    permit
               applications; providing for an appeal to the Board of
               Adjustment; and providing for an effective date of
               September 12, 2007 through March 9, 2008. (ATTACHMENT)
               Councilman Bowman and Councilman Ryan


          B.   Resolution directing the City Manager to allocate
               funds and provide a Request for Proposals for dog and
               cat sterilization services to dog and cat owners
               living in low-income households in Oklahoma City,
               remainder of fiscal year 2007-2008. (ATTACHMENT)
               Councilman Bowman



   XI.    City Manager Reports.

          A.   Claims and Payroll (ATTACHMENT)

          B.   General Fund Interim Financial Report through June 30,
               2007 (ATTACHMENT)

          C.   Mosquito Control Measures (ATTACHMENT)



  XII.    Citizens to be Heard.




 XIII.    Adjournment.

				
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