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					                         THE CITY OF OKLAHOMA CITY
                                FORMAL AGENDA
                                 CITY COUNCIL
                               AUGUST 1, 2006



    I.    Invocation and Pledge of Allegiance.



   II.    Call to Order.



  III.    From the Office of the Mayor.

          A.   Appointment of Stanton L. Young and J. Larry Nichols
               to   the  Oklahoma  City  Urban  Renewal  Authority.
               (ATTACHMENT)

          B.   Appointment of Pete White and Cody Graves to                    the
               Oklahoma City Water Utilities Trust. (ATTACHMENT)

          C.   Ordinance   on  final   hearing  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 18,
               2006.

          B.   Approve    Journal    of   Council   Proceedings   for   July    5,
               2006.



    V.    Request for Uncontested Continuances.

          OCMFA. 2.        VI. QQ.           VIII.B.
          Strike           Strike            8/29/06


RECESS COUNCIL MEETING.
COUNCIL AGENDA
AUGUST 1, 2006
PAGE 2


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

          1.     Resolution authorizing the Risk Manager and the
                 Oklahoma City Municipal Facilities Authority’s legal
                 counsel to enter into a Form 14 Agreement of the
                 Workers’ Compensation Court Claim, styled:    Barbara
                 McFadden, Claimant vs. The City of Oklahoma City,
                 Respondent, an Own Risk Carrier. (ATTACHMENT)

          2.     Joint Resolution authorizing and directing the City
                 Manager/General   Manager   and/or his   designee  to
                 negotiate a contract, for subsequent City Council and
                 trustee consideration, 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)
                 Deferred from July 18, 2006.
                 Request to strike.

          3.     Joint Resolution authorizing the Risk Manager and the
                 Trust’s legal counsel not to appeal and to comply with
                 the Order of Workers’ Compensation Court Claim No.
                 2004-07288J, styled:    Ira L. Speer, 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 Order 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)

          4.     a.   Joint Resolution authorizing David Lee, Attorney
                      at Law, to represent former City employee, Juan
                      Gonzales, in the United States District Court for
                      the Western District of Oklahoma, Case No. CIV-
                      05-0341-M, styled: Lois Kingsley 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)

ADJOURN OCMFA.
COUNCIL AGENDA
AUGUST 1, 2006
PAGE 3


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


          1.     Final Plans and Specifications to be advertised for
                 bids, Project MB-0740, Fairgrounds Barn 1 & 2/Meeting
                 Show Offices, 500 Land Rush Street.          Ward 6.
                 (ATTACHMENT)

          2.     Request for Proposals to be advertised, management and
                 operation of the Oklahoma City Tennis Center at Will
                 Rogers Park and/or the Tennis Center at Earlywine
                 Park. Wards 5 and 6. (ATTACHMENT)

          3.     Amendment No. 1 and Change Order No. 1, Project MC-
                 0264, dynamic compaction and site preparation of
                 Oklahoma River site west of west drainage channel, SW
                 15th Street and Portland Avenue, decrease of $604.60.
                 Ward 6. (ATTACHMENT)

          4.     Change Orders No. 2:
                 a.   Project MB-0733, Fairgrounds primary electrical
                      service, 500 Land Rush Street, increase of
                      $14,171.06. Ward 6. (ATTACHMENT)
                 b.   Project   MB-0741,  Fairgrounds  waste  transfer
                      station, 500 Land Rush Street, decrease of $735.
                      Ward 6. (ATTACHMENT)

          5.     Change Order No. 3, Project MB-0743, Fairgrounds Barns
                 3, 6A & 7/Sales Facility, 500 Land Rush Street,
                 increase of $66,075.42. Ward 6. (ATTACHMENT)

          6.     Partial Acceptance and approval of payment for Element
                 #44 – Soldier of the Centennial Land Run Monument, and
                 authorization for staff to seek reimbursement from the
                 federal grant administered by the Oklahoma Centennial
                 Commission. (ATTACHMENT)

          7.     Resolution   authorizing  renewal  of  Memorandum  of
                 Agreement with Rose State College, management of Rose
                 State Performing Arts Theater, retroactive to July 1,
                 2006 through June 30, 2007. (ATTACHMENT)


ADJOURN OCPPA.
COUNCIL AGENDA
AUGUST 1, 2006
PAGE 4


RECONVENE COUNCIL MEETING.


   VI.    Consent Docket.

          A.     1.   Renewal   of   pricing  agreement,  TJ  Campbell
                      Construction Company (R7-C66074), soil, sand and
                      rock, Citywide, retroactive to 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-C66075), estimated cost $150,000,
                      retroactive to July 1, 2006 through June 30,
                      2007.
                 (ATTACHMENT)

          B.     1.   Pricing agreement awards and approvals, Aamcomp
                      Inc.   (C71020),    Addtronics    Business   Systems
                      (C71021), Anixter Inc. (C71022), Best Buy Gov.
                      LLC (C71023), Chickasaw Telecom, Inc. (C71024),
                      CompUSA Inc. (C71025), Convey Communications, LLC
                      (C71026), Dell (C71027), Dowley Systems (C71028),
                      Ford Audio Video, Inc. (C71029), Global Data
                      Systems (C71030), Graybar Electric Inc. (C71031),
                      Image   Works   of    Oklahoma    (C71032),   Inland
                      Associates Inc. (C71033), INX, Inc. (C71034),
                      Maestro    Services     (C71035),    Pacific    East
                      Industries (C71036), Pinnacle Business Sys, Inc.
                      (C71037), The Presidio Corporation (C71038), Red
                      Hawk Industries (C71039), Rexel (C71040), RFIP,
                      Inc. (C71041), Ricoh Business Systems (C71042),
                      R. K. Black (C71043), Sunbelt Data Systems, Inc.
                      (C71044), Technology Unlimited, Inc. (C71045),
                      Telco Supply Company (C71046), Turn-Key Mobile,
                      Inc.   (C71047),    Wright   Line    LLC   (C71048),
                      information technology services and hardware,
                      August 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007.
                 2.   Resolution authorizing the open market purchase
                      of related items for which a need cannot be
                      specified (OM7-C71049), estimated cost $250,000,
                      August 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007.
                 (ATTACHMENT)
COUNCIL AGENDA
AUGUST 1, 2006
PAGE 5

   VI.       C.   Resolution ratifying and approving the purchase of
                  information technology services and hardware, (OM7-
                  C71050), estimated cost $350,000, retroactive to July
                  1, 2006 through July 31, 2006. (ATTACHMENT)

             D.   1.   Pricing agreement awards and approvals, Tech Resq
                       (C75035),   Rescue   Training   Associates,  Inc.
                       (C75036), Wayest Safety, Inc. (C75037), Urban
                       Search and Rescue cache of equipment, retroactive
                       to July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007.
                  2.   Resolution authorizing the open market purchase
                       of no bid items and related items for which a
                       need cannot be specified (OM7-C75038), estimated
                       cost $50,000, retroactive to July 1, 2006 through
                       June 30, 2007.
                  (ATTACHMENT)

             E.   1.   Pricing agreement award and approval, Oklahoma
                       Building Services (C77059), custodial services
                       for 100 North Walker Building, retroactive to
                       July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007; and approving
                       performance bond.
                  2.   Resolution authorizing the open market purchase
                       of related items for which a need cannot be
                       specified (OM7-C77060), estimated cost $15,000,
                       retroactive to July 1, 2006 through June 30,
                       2007.
                  (ATTACHMENT)

         ¢   F.   Resolution approving sole source agreement for the
                  purchase   of  Medtronic  Emergency  Response  System
                  defibrillator maintenance, supplies and services from
                  Medtronic Emergency Response Systems (SS7-C75001),
                  estimated cost $33,000, retroactive to July 1, 2006
                  through June 30, 2007. (ATTACHMENT)


             G.   Resolutions    authorizing    purchases    from    State
                  contracts:
                  1.   (S7-SW40058), reflective sheeting, August 1, 2006
                       through March 31, 2007. (ATTACHMENT)
                  2.   (S7-SW40095),     presort     mailing     services,
                       retroactive to July 1, 2006 through June 30,
                       2007. (ATTACHMENT)
COUNCIL AGENDA
AUGUST 1, 2006
PAGE 6

   VI.    G.     3.   (S7-SW60060), pavement markings, thermoplastic,
                      August 1, 2006 through September 14, 2006.
                      (ATTACHMENT)
                 4.   (S7-SW70082), traffic marking paint, August 1,
                      2006 through June 30, 2007. (ATTACHMENT)

          H.     Ordinances to be introduced and set for final hearing
                 August 29, 2006:
                 1.   (ABC-622) ABC-1 Alcoholic Beverage Consumption,
                      Restaurant With Limited Alcohol overlaying C-CBD
                      Central Business, 30 SW 25th Street.        Ward 7.
                      (ATTACHMENT)
                 2.   (ABC-624) ABC-2 Alcoholic Beverage Consumption,
                      Restaurant With Alcohol overlaying I-2 Moderate
                      Industrial, 7004 South I-35 Service Road.       Ward
                      4. (ATTACHMENT)
                 3.   (ABC-625) ABC-1 Alcoholic Beverage Consumption,
                      Restaurant With Limited Alcohol overlaying I-2
                      Moderate Industrial, 14613 North Kelley Avenue.
                      Ward 8. (ATTACHMENT)
                 4.   (ABC-629) ABC-2 Alcoholic Beverage Consumption,
                      Restaurant With Alcohol and ABC-3 Alcoholic
                      Beverage    Consumption,    Club    With     Alcohol
                      overlaying C-CBD Central Business, 15 North
                      Robinson Avenue. Ward 6. (ATTACHMENT)
                 5.   (PC-10063)    16001  SE   89th   Street   from    AA
                      Agricultural    to   R-A   Single    Family    Rural
                      Residential. Ward 4. (ATTACHMENT)
                 6.   (PC-10064) 9400 North Mustang Road from AA
                      Agricultural to R-1 Single Family Residential.
                      Ward 8. (ATTACHMENT)
                 7.   (PC-10066) 9301 West Memorial Road from AA
                      Agricultural to R-1 Single Family Residential and
                      R-1ZL Single Family Residential Zero Lot Line.
                      Ward 8. (ATTACHMENT)
                 8.   (PC-10067) 15900 North Rockwell Avenue from AA
                      Agricultural to R-1 Single Family Residential.
                      Ward 8. (ATTACHMENT)
                 9.   (PC-10068) 15220 North May Avenue from O-1
                 General Office and R-3 Medium Density Residential to
                 C-3 Community Commercial. Ward 8. (ATTACHMENT)
                 10.    (PUD-1195) various locations located south of NW
                 63rd Street and east of Western Avenue from R-1 Single
                 Family Residential, O-1 Limited Office, O-2 General
                 Office, C-3 Community Commercial, I-1
COUNCIL AGENDA
AUGUST 1, 2006
PAGE 7
     VI. H. 10.    Light Industrial, I-2 Moderate Industrial, SPUD-
                   380 Simplified Planned Unit Development, PUD-637
                   Planned Unit Development, and PUD-654 Planned
                   Unit   Development   to  PUD-1195   Planned  Unit
                   Development District. Ward 2. (ATTACHMENT)
             11.   (PUD-1196) 9615 North Western Avenue from R-1
                   Single Family Residential to PUD-1196 Planned
                   Unit Development. Ward 2. (ATTACHMENT)
             12.   (PUD-1198) 4225 West Memorial Road from PUD-115A
                   Planned Unit Development to PUD-1198 Planned Unit
                   Development. Ward 8. (ATTACHMENT)
             13.   (PUD-1200) 5000 SE 149th Street from PUD-1010
                   Planned Unit Development to PUD-1200 Planned Unit
                   Development. Ward 4. (ATTACHMENT)
             14.   (PUD-1207) 2605 North Ann Arbor Avenue from R-1
                   Single Family Residential to PUD-1207 Planned
                   Unit Development. Ward 3. (ATTACHMENT)
             15.   (SPUD-391) 2844 SW 42nd Street from R-1 Single
                   Family Residential and O-2 General Office to
                   SPUD-391 Simplified Planned Unit Development.
                   Ward 6. (ATTACHMENT)
             16.   (SPUD-394) 9200 South Sooner Road from AA-
                   Agricultural to SPUD-394 Simplified Planned Unit
                   Development. Ward 4. (ATTACHMENT)
             17.   (SPUD-397) 4401 South High Avenue from R-1 Single
                   Family Residential to SPUD-397 Simplified Planned
                   Unit Development. Ward 7. (ATTACHMENT)
             18.   (SPUD-398) 5502 South Shields Boulevard from R-1
                   Single Family Residential to SPUD-398 Simplified
                   Planned Unit Development. Ward 4. (ATTACHMENT)
             19.   (SPUD-399) 1928 South Prospect Avenue from R-1
                   Single Family Residential to SPUD-399 Simplified
                   Planned Unit Development. Ward 7. (ATTACHMENT)
             20.   (SPUD-400) 6701 South Western Avenue from R-1
                   Single Family Residential and SPUD-376 Simplified
                   Planned Unit Development to SPUD-400 Simplified
                   Planned Unit Development. Ward 5. (ATTACHMENT)

        I.   Second Amendment to Contract for Consultant Services
             with TischlerBise, Inc., extending the term of the
             agreement to August 31, 2006; and establishing an
             effective date of amendment as August 1, 2006.
             (ATTACHMENT)
COUNCIL AGENDA
AUGUST 1, 2006
PAGE 8

   VI.    J.     Resolutions accepting the dedications contained in the
                 final plats:
                 1.   Fawn Trails, north of SW 59th Street and east of
                      Czech Hall Road. Ward 3. (ATTACHMENT)
                 2.   The Landing, north of SE 104th Street and east of
                      Harrah Road. Ward 4. (ATTACHMENT)
                 3.   Stonebriar, Section 2, north of NW 192nd Street
                      and   east   of   Western  Avenue.      Ward   8.
                      (ATTACHMENT)
                 4.   Stonebriar, Section 3, north of NW 192nd Street
                      and   east   of   Western  Avenue.      Ward   8.
                      (ATTACHMENT)

          K.     Resolutions releasing subdivision bonds:
                 1.   Cobblestone Park, Section 3, north of NW 122nd
                      Street and west of Council Road.      Ward 8.
                      (ATTACHMENT)
                 2.   St. James Pointe, Section 1, north of SW 59th
                      Street and east of County Line Road.   Ward 3.
                      (ATTACHMENT)

          L.     Resolution approving Fourth Amendment to Assistance
                 Agreement   with  the  United   States  Environmental
                 Protection Agency Superfund Innovative Technology
                 Program, EPA Project No. BP-97628101-4, Fourth Street
                 Abandoned Refinery, Tenth Street Dump and Junkyard,
                 Double Eagle Refinery, and Moseley Road Landfill,
                 extending the term of the agreement, retroactive to
                 June 28, 2006 through December 31, 2006.      Ward 7.
                 (ATTACHMENT)

          M.     Resolution certifying The City of Oklahoma City
                 Economic Development Administration Revolving Loan
                 Fund Plan is consistent with and supportive of the
                 City’s economic adjustment strategy and the revolving
                 loan fund is being operated in accordance with the
                 policies and procedures contained in the Revolving
                 Loan Fund Plan, and the loan portfolio meets the
                 standards contained therein. Wards 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and
                 7. (ATTACHMENT)
COUNCIL AGENDA
AUGUST 1, 2006
PAGE 9
   VI.    N.   Ordinances to be introduced and set for final hearing
               August 15, 2006 authorizing:
               1.   Removal of “No Parking Anytime, Tow Away Zone”
                    signs on NW 117th Street between Pennsylvania
                    Avenue and Barnes Avenue, north side.     Ward 2.
                    (ATTACHMENT)
               2.   Removal of “No Parking Anytime, 8:00 a.m. to 4:00
                    p.m., Monday through Friday” signs on SW 26th
                    Street, from Robinson Avenue to Harvey Avenue,
                    south side. Ward 6. (ATTACHMENT)
               3.   Installation of “No Parking Anytime” signs on
                    Byers Avenue between Reno Avenue and Sheridan
                    Avenue, west side. Ward 7. (ATTACHMENT)
               4.   Installation of “2-hour Handicap Parking” spaces
                    on Shartel Avenue, beginning approximately 40-
                    feet   north   of  Hill   Street   and  extending
                    approximately 90 feet north, in the inset angle
                    parking spaces on Shartel, west side.     Ward 2.
                    (ATTACHMENT)
               5.   Removal of three parking meters on Sheridan
                    Avenue beginning approximately 50 feet east of
                    Broadway Avenue and extending approximately 70
                    feet east, north side. Ward 7. (ATTACHMENT)
               6.   Change the time limits on the existing four
                    parking meters from 1-hour to 2-hours on Main
                    Street, between Walker Avenue and ½ block west of
                    Walker Avenue (Grand Central Avenue), south side.
                    Ward 6. (ATTACHMENT)

           O.   Final Plans and Specifications to be advertised for
                bids:
                1.    Project MB-0795, Cox Business Services Convention
                      Center   Big   Twelve   Conference  and   National
                      Basketball Association capital improvements; One
                      Myriad Gardens. Ward 6. (ATTACHMENT)
                2.    Project   MB-0796,    Ford   Center   Big   Twelve
                      Conference and National Basketball Association
                      capital improvements, 100 West Reno.      Ward 6.
                      (ATTACHMENT)
       $        3.    Project MB-0800, renovation of exterior stairs to
                      Civic Center Music Hall, 201 North Walker Avenue.
                      Ward 6. (ATTACHMENT)

           P.   Specifications to be advertised for bids, Project PR-
                6-06/07, street resurfacing,  (four locations).  Ward
                3. (ATTACHMENT)
COUNCIL AGENDA
AUGUST 1, 2006
PAGE 10
   VI.    Q.   Memorandum     of     Understanding   concerning    the
               implementation    and    enforcement of   an   Oklahoma
               Pollutant Discharge Elimination System Permit with the
               Oklahoma Department of Transportation, annual revenue
               of $176,000. (ATTACHMENT)

          R.   Renewal of Inter-Governmental Agreement with the City
               of Edmond/Public Works Authority, Regional Household
               Hazardous Waste Collection and Management Project,
               hazardous waste collection and management service,
               retroactive to July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007.
               (ATTACHMENT)

          S.   Resolution extending time for award of contract and
               awarding   contract    to   Markwell   Paving   Company;
               approving contract and bonds:
               1.   Project PR-3-05/06, Lake Stanley Draper Road
                    improvements, east of dam north to Westminster
                    Road, $648,725; assigning GW2 Engineering, Inc.,
                    as testing laboratory. Ward 4. (ATTACHMENT)
               2.   Project   PR-6-05/06,    street  resurfacing,   (10
                    locations),    $1,026,671.50;   assigning   Midwest
                    Engineering & Testing Corporation as testing
                    laboratory. Ward 4. (ATTACHMENT)

          T.   Ratifying and approving Addendum No. 1, adopting
               resolution extending time for award of contract, and
               awarding contract to Shell Construction Company, Inc.,
               Projects   PC-0251,  Phase  1   and   WC-0552,  street
               improvement and water line relocation, South Service
               Road, beginning at Portland Avenue and extending west
               1,132 feet, $480,532; assigning GW2 Engineering, Inc.,
               as testing laboratory; and approving contract and
               bonds. Ward 3. (ATTACHMENT)

          U.   Change Order No. 5, Project MB-0643, Bricktown Police
               Substation, 219 East Main Street, increase of $16,863.
               Ward 7. (ATTACHMENT)

          V.   Amendment No. 3 to contract for engineering services,
               Project PC-0183, street improvements, North Western
               Avenue from West Memorial Road to NW 150th Street, fee
               increase of $200. Ward 8. (ATTACHMENT)
COUNCIL AGENDA
AUGUST 1, 2006
PAGE 11
   VI.    W.   Amendments No. 1:
               1.   Project PR-4-05/06, street resurfacing, (four
                    locations), increase of $191,265. Wards 1, 2, 6
                    and 8. (ATTACHMENT)
               2.   Project TC-0275, traffic improvements, North
                    Youngs Boulevard and NW 36th Street, increase of
                    $4,631.35. Ward 2. (ATTACHMENT)


         X.   Preliminary Report, Project MB-0738, Santa Fe Police
              Briefing Station, SE 89th Street and Santa Fe Avenue;
              and   authorization  to   prepare  final   plans  and
              specifications. Wards 4 and 5. (ATTACHMENT)


         Y.   Receive Consultant Review Committee Reports, and
              authorization to negotiate contracts:
              1.   Project DC-0227, drainage improvements, SW 74th
                   Street and Drexel Avenue. Ward 5. (ATTACHMENT)
              2.   Project MC-0285, Space Planning Study for 100
              North Walker and 420 West Main. Ward 6. (ATTACHMENT)

         Z.   Granting permanent easement to Oklahoma Gas and
              Electric Company, electric service line, Schilling
              Community Center, 539 SE 25th Street.     Ward 7.
              (ATTACHMENT)


        AA.   Acceptance of two permanent easements, Project SD-
              2067, sanitary sewer, north of Wilshire Boulevard and
              east of Bryant Avenue. Ward 7. (ATTACHMENT)


        BB.   Acceptance of privately constructed projects; and
              placing maintenance bonds into effect as of the final
              inspection dates:
              1.   Six sanitary sewer projects.   Wards 3, 5, 7 and
                   8. (ATTACHMENT)
              2.   Two paving projects, one drainage project, and
                   four paving and drainage projects.    Wards 3, 7
                   and 8. (ATTACHMENT)




  VI.   CC.   Joint    Resolution   with   the   Central   Oklahoma
              Transportation and Parking Authority and the Oklahoma
COUNCIL AGENDA
AUGUST 1, 2006
PAGE 12
                 City Riverfront Redevelopment Authority approving
                 Project   MP-0334,  Oklahoma  River   Water  Transport
                 Mobility Plan infrastructure, scope of work and fee
                 proposal by Triad Design Group, Inc., fee of $67,600,
                 and authorization to proceed with preparation of Phase
                 I final plans and specifications, Oklahoma River
                 corridor from Meridian Avenue east to American Indian
                 Boulevard. Wards 3, 6 and 7. (ATTACHMENT)


         DD.     Joint Resolution with the Oklahoma City Riverfront
                 Redevelopment Authority expressing appreciation to
                 OG&E for their contribution to the Oklahoma River
                 Model Mile Program. Ward 6. (ATTACHMENT)


         EE.     Ratifying and approving Addendum No. 1, and awarding
                 contract to Oil Capital Electric, LLC, Project MB-
                 0792, Cox Convention Center lighting improvements, One
                 Myriad Gardens, $291,500; assigning Terracon, Inc. as
                 testing laboratory; and approving contract and bonds.
                 Ward 7. (ATTACHMENT)


         FF.     Joint   Resolution  with   the  Oklahoma   City  Water
                 Utilities Trust authorizing the General Manager to
                 transfer an additional $48,725 to The City of Oklahoma
                 City to fund Project PR-3-05/06, East Lake Stanley
                 Draper Drive improvements, east of dam north to
                 Westminster Road. Ward 4. (ATTACHMENT)


         GG.     Agreement with the Board of Regents of the University
                 of Oklahoma to maintain the medians on Lincoln
                 Boulevard, along old Highway 77 near the Oklahoma
                 Health Sciences Center, $10,000, retroactive to July
                 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007. Ward 7. (ATTACHMENT)


         HH.     Request for Proposals to be advertised, management and
                 operation of the Oklahoma City Tennis Center at Will
                 Rogers Park and/or the Tennis Center at Earlywine
                 Park. Wards 5 and 6. (ATTACHMENT)
COUNCIL AGENDA
AUGUST 1, 2006
PAGE 13
   VI.   II.   Resolution approving Small Grants Support contract and
               accepting funds from the Oklahoma Arts Council in the
               amount of $2,500, with matching funds of $1,700, for
               the Performing Arts Summer Camp Program, Northwest
               Optimist Center, 3301 North Grand Boulevard. Ward 2.
               (ATTACHMENT)


         JJ.   Renewal of Parking Services Agreement with the Central
               Oklahoma Transportation and Parking Authority for
               parking services, Sheridan Avenue and Walker Avenue,
               417 West Main Street, and Sheridan Avenue and Hudson
               Avenue, not to exceed $559,100, retroactive to July 1,
               2006 through June 30, 2007. Ward 6. (ATTACHMENT)


         KK.   Renewal of Agreement     with the Central Oklahoma
               Transportation and Parking Authority, operation and
               maintenance of two surface parking lots, 620 and 712
               Robert S. Kerr Avenue, revenue of $70,000, retroactive
               to July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007.        Ward 6.
               (ATTACHMENT)


         LL.   Oklahoma City Airport Trust Agreements:
               1.   Assignment   and    Assumption   Agreement   from
                    Foundation Hangar Partners, LLC to FSA Aviation
                    Ltd.   Co.    and   Mass   Aviation   Ltd.   Co.,
                    Hangar/Office Lease Agreement dated October 26,
                    2005, construction and use of a corporate
                    hangar/office facility and associated pavement
                    for storage maintenance of Lessee’s aircraft,
                    retroactive to June 28, 2006 through November 7,
                    2026, Wiley Post Airport. Ward 1. (ATTACHMENT)
               2.   Assignment   and    Assumption   Agreement   from
                    Foundation Hangar Partners, LLC to FSA Aviation
                    Ltd. Co. and Mass Aviation Ltd. Co., Fuel Storage
                    Facilities Agreement dated October 26, 2005,
                    construction and use of certain Trust-owned
                    fueling facilities in connection with Lessee’s
                    corporate     aircraft    hangar/office    space,
                    retroactive to June 28, 2006 through November 7,
                    2026, Wiley Post Airport. Ward 1. (ATTACHMENT)
COUNCIL AGENDA
AUGUST 1, 2006
PAGE 14
   VI.   MM.   Amendment to Sublease and Management Agreement with
               the Oklahoma City Zoological Park and Botanical Garden
               and Facility Management Group, Inc., concerning rental
               payment   schedule   for   the   Oklahoma   City   Zoo
               Amphitheater. Ward 7. (ATTACHMENT)


         NN.   Receive the Oklahoma City Zoological Trust fiscal year
               2006-07 Budget. (ATTACHMENT)

         OO.   Contract with City-County Health Department to perform
               certain inspections and receive a percentage of
               license fees for these inspections on a twice-yearly
               basis, retroactive to July 1, 2006 through June 30,
               2007. (ATTACHMENT)

         PP.   Resolution authorizing    the City Manager or his
               designee(s) to negotiate a contract for the sale of
               City property located at 131 Dean A. McGee Avenue, the
               former Downtown Library. Ward 7. (ATTACHMENT)

         QQ.   Joint Resolution 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, 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)
               Deferred from July 18, 2006.
               Request to strike.


         RR.   Joint Resolution with the Oklahoma City Municipal
               Facilities Authority authorizing the Risk Manager and
               the Trust’s legal counsel not to appeal and to comply
               with the Order of Workers’ Compensation Court Claim
               No. 2004-07288J, styled:   Ira L. Speer, 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 Order 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)
COUNCIL AGENDA
AUGUST 1, 2006
PAGE 15

   VI.   SS.     1.   Resolution authorizing the Municipal Counselor to
                      waive service of process and to confess judgment
                      without admission of liability in the amount of
                      $2,238.03 and all costs of the action in the
                      Oklahoma County District Court in the claim filed
                      by SBC. (ATTACHMENT)
                 2.   Resolution authorizing the Municipal Counselor to
                      waive service of process and to confess judgment
                      without admission of liability in the amount of
                      $1,458.36 and all costs of the action in the
                      Oklahoma County District Court in the claim filed
                      by Scott Shipman. (ATTACHMENT)


         TT.     Ordinance to be introduced and set for final hearing
                 August 15, 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;
                 amending Section 40-75 of Part B of Division I of
                 Article III by providing under what circumstances
                 employee contributions are required in order to obtain
                 service credit for military service, establishing
                 criteria an employee must meet in order to obtain
                 service credit, establishing requirements for and
                 methods   of    purchasing   military   service   credit,
                 establishing maximum amounts of military service that
                 can be purchased, establishing the timeframe for
                 making    up     missed    contributions,    establishing
                 requirements for documentation that must be presented
                 upon return to employment, and defining “War and
                 National Emergency”; and providing for an effective
                 date of October 1, 2006. (ATTACHMENT)


         UU.     Partial Acceptance and approval of payment for Element
                 #44 – Soldier of the Centennial Land Run Monument, and
                 authorization for staff to seek reimbursement from the
                 federal grant administered by the Oklahoma Centennial
                 Commission. (ATTACHMENT)




 VII.     Concurrence Docket.
COUNCIL AGENDA
AUGUST 1, 2006
PAGE 16

          A.     Concurrence with the Oklahoma City Water Utilities
                 Trust in awarding and approving pricing agreements
                 Crane Valve Services (C79036), Haynes Equipment, LLC
                 (C79037), H*E Engineered Equipment Co. (C79038), Mead
                 O’Brien   (C79039),   Oklahoma   Contractor’s  Supply
                 (C79040), valves, valve positioners, valve operators,
                 genuine “OEM” repair/replacement parts, units and
                 repair services from date of award through June 30,
                 2009. (ATTACHMENT)

          B.     1.   Concurrence    with  the    Oklahoma   City   Water
                      Utilities Trust in awarding and approving pricing
                      agreements Water Products of Oklahoma (C79019),
                      ICM   of    Oklahoma   City    (C79020),   American
                      Waterworks Supply (C79021), Ferguson Enterprises
                      (C79022),     water   and     wastewater    utility
                      construction tools and 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, construct the no bid items
                      (OM7-C79023), estimated cost $25,000, from date
                      of award through June 30, 2009.
                 (ATTACHMENT)

          C.     1.   Concurrence    with   the    Oklahoma   City    Water
                      Utilities Trust in awarding and approving pricing
                      agreements    Britton     Electric    Motors,    Inc.
                      (C79057), Evans Enterprise, Inc. (C79058), Motion
                      Industries (C79059), rewinding and repair of
                      electrical motors and pumps 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 related items for which no bids were
                      received, and associated material necessary to
                      install, operate, construct the no bid items
                      (OM7-C79060), estimated cost $100,000, from date
                      of award through June 30, 2009.
                 (ATTACHMENT)
COUNCIL AGENDA
AUGUST 1, 2006
PAGE 17
  VII.    D.   Concurrence with the Oklahoma City Water Utilities
               Trust in authorizing the General Manager to increase
               the   wastewater   treatment  facilities   repair   and
               maintenance fund from $2,000,000 to $2,500,000 for the
               year 2006, operation and maintenance of wastewater
               treatment   facilities;   North   Canadian   Wastewater
               Treatment Plant, Deer Creek Wastewater Treatment
               Plant, South Canadian Wastewater Treatment Plant,
               Chisholm Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant and Witcher
               Pump Station.    Wards 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8.
               (ATTACHMENT)

          E.   Concurrence with the Oklahoma City Water Utilities
               Trust in accepting Project WE-0052, emergency 72-inch
               water transmission 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; and placing maintenance
               bond into effect. Ward 4. (ATTACHMENT)

          F.   Concurrence with the Central Oklahoma Transportation
               and   Parking   Authority   in   approving  Consultant
               Agreement with Murray, Montgomery & O’Donnell for
               legislative consulting services, $41,400, retroactive
               to July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007. (ATTACHMENT)




VIII.     Items Requiring Separate Votes.


          A.   Ordinances on final hearing (emergency) recommended
               for approval (five affirmative votes required for
               approval):
               1.   (ABC-617) ABC-2 Alcoholic Beverage Consumption,
                    Restaurant With Alcohol overlaying I-2 Moderate
                    Industrial,  7216  NW  Expressway.     Ward  1.
                    (ATTACHMENT)
               2.   (ABC-623) ABC-1 Alcoholic Beverage Consumption,
                    Restaurant With Limited Alcohol overlaying C-3
                    Community Commercial, 518 West I-240 Service
                    Road. Ward 5. (ATTACHMENT)
COUNCIL AGENDA
AUGUST 1, 2006
PAGE 18
 VIII.    A.   3.   (PC-10049) 4305 SW 15th Street from I-2 Moderate
                    Industrial to C-3 Community Commercial.   Ward 3.
                    (ATTACHMENT)
                    Deferred from July 18, 2006.
               4.   (PC-10053) 1430 SE 17th Street from R-1 Single
                    Family Residential to I-1 Light Industrial. Ward
                    7. (ATTACHMENT)
               5.   (PC-10054)   8624   SW   44th   Street  from   AA
                    Agricultural to R-1 Single Family Residential.
                    Ward 3. (ATTACHMENT)
               6.   (PC-10055) 3521 South High Avenue from R-1 Single
                    Family Residential and C-3 Community Commercial
                    to I-1 Light Industrial District.        Ward 7.
                    (ATTACHMENT)
               7.   (PC-10057)   9601   SW   44th   Street  from   AA
                    Agricultural to R-1 Single Family Residential.
                    Ward 3. (ATTACHMENT)
                    Easement to be accepted.
               8.   (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 and 18, 2006.
                    Planning Commission approval subject to the
                    Summary of Technical Evaluation.
               9.   (PUD-1187) 817 SW 59th Street from R-1 Single
                    Family Residential to PUD-1187 Planned Unit
                    Development. Ward 4. (ATTACHMENT)
                    Easement to be accepted.
                    Planning Commission approval subject to the
                    Summary of Technical Evaluation.
              10.   (PUD-1192) 417 NE 117th Street from R-1 Single
                    Family Residential to PUD-1192 Planned Unit
                    Development. Ward 7. (ATTACHMENT)
                    Planning Commission approval subject to the
                    Summary of Technical Evaluation.
              11.   (PUD-1199)   5900   Mosteller   Drive  from   C-3
                    Community Commercial to PUD-1199 Planned Unit
                    Development. Ward 2. (ATTACHMENT)
                    Planning Commission approval subject to the
                    Summary of Technical Evaluation.
              12.   (SPUD-393) 1104 NW 47th Street from R-1 Single
                    Family Residential to SPUD-393 Simplified Planned
                    Unit Development. Ward 2. (ATTACHMENT)
                    Planning Commission approval subject to the
                    Summary of Technical Evaluation.
COUNCIL AGENDA
AUGUST 1, 2006
PAGE 19
 VIII.    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)
               Deferred from July 18, 2006.
               Request deferral to August 29, 2006.


          C.   Ordinance on final hearing (emergency) recommended for
               approval   (CE-677)   closing  the   platted   20-foot
               east/west alley in Block 7, Main Street Addition,
               south of West Sheridan Avenue and east of South Lee
               Avenue. Ward 6. (ATTACHMENT)


          D.   Ordinances on final hearing 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
AUGUST 1, 2006
PAGE 20
 VIII.    E.   Ordinance on final hearing 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)


       F.Ordinance    on final hearing 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)

          G.   Ordinance on final hearing 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)


          H.   Ordinance on final hearing 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)

          I.   1.    Second Public Hearing regarding an amendment to
                     the Oklahoma Health Center Economic Development
                     Project Plan, as amended, for the purpose of
                     providing the public an opportunity to be heard
                     in support of, or opposition to, the Project Plan
                     amendment.
COUNCIL AGENDA
AUGUST 1, 2006
PAGE 21

 VIII.    I.     2.   Ordinance    on    final    hearing     (emergency),
                      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; and providing for
                      severability.
                 (ATTACHMENT)


          J.     1.   Public Hearing and presentation of an amendment
                      to the Downtown/MAPS Economic Development Project
                      Plan, as amended, for the purpose of providing an
                      opportunity for questions and answers regarding
                      the proposed Project Plan amendment.
                 2.   Announcement of August 15, 2006 as the date of
                      the Second Public Hearing and presentation of
                      amendment    to    the   Downtown/MAPS   Economic
                      Development Project Plan, as amended, 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.
COUNCIL AGENDA
AUGUST 1, 2006
PAGE 22

 VIII.    J.     3.   Ordinance to be introduced and set for final
                      hearing on August 15, 2006, amending Ordinance
                      No. 21,431, by approving an amendment to the
                      Downtown/MAPS Economic Development Project Plan,
                      as amended, by amending certain provisions to
                      make clarification regarding the definition of
                      directly generated increment; approving amended
                      plan to conform to this ordinance; and providing
                      for severability.
                 (ATTACHMENT)


          K.     1.   Public hearing regarding dilapidated structures:
                      a.   1523 South Blackwelder Avenue aka 1529 South
                           Blackwelder   Avenue   (commercial   building)
                           Ward 6
                      b.   2608 North Coltrane Road (brick garage and
                           house) Ward 7
                      c.   817 East Hill Street (house) Ward 7
                      d.   609 NE 3rd Street (house) Ward 7
                      e.   1625 NE 14th Street (garage) Ward 7
                      f.   2136 NE 16th Terrace (house) Ward 7
                      g.   316 NE 26th Street (house) Ward 7
                      h.   2808 SW 30th Street aka 2808 ½ SW 30th Street
                           (house and wood shed) Ward 6
                      i.   1337 SW 34th Street (garage and house) Ward 6
                      j.   1000 NW 35th Street aka 920 NW 35th Street
                           (garage) Ward 2
                      k.   316 SE 48th Street (house) Ward 4
                 2.   Resolution declaring the structures are dil-
                      apidated; directing said structures to be torn
                      down, establishing dates of August 2, 2006 and
                      September 1, 2006 for commencement and completion
                      of removal by owners.
                 (ATTACHMENT)


          L.     1.   Public hearing regarding unsecured structures:
                      a.   1525 SW Beals Place (house) Ward 6
                      b.   3813 Haile Terrace (house) Ward 7
                      c.   1217 North McKinley Avenue (garage and
                           house) Ward 6
                      d.   3708 Southwind Avenue (duplex north side)
                           Ward 3
                      e.   2318 South Stiles Avenue (house) Ward 7
COUNCIL AGENDA
AUGUST 1, 2006
PAGE 23

 VIII.    L.     1.   f.   2322 South Stiles Avenue (house) Ward 7
                      g.   1625 NE 14th Street (shed) Ward 7
                      h.   1511 NW 15th Street (house) Ward 6
                      i.   3027 SW 17th Street (garage and house and
                           shed) Ward 6
                      j.   711 NW 26th Street (garage) Ward 2
                      k.   2104 NE 28th Street (house) Ward 7
                      l.   3405 SW 36th Street (shed) Ward 3
                      m.   4001 SE 46th Street (house) Ward 4
                      n.   505 SW 48th Street (house) Ward 4
                      o.   2716 SE 51st Street (house) Ward 4
                      p.   6221 NW 77th Street (inground pool) Ward 1
                 2.   Resolution    declaring    the    structures    are
                      unsecured.
                 (ATTACHMENT)

          M.     1.   Resolution authorizing the Municipal Counselor to
                      confess judgment without admitting liability in a
                      proposed pretrial settlement in the case, styled:
                      Robin Colbert vs. The City of Oklahoma City, et
                      al. pending in the United States District Court
                      for the Western District of Oklahoma, Case No.
                      CIV-05-758-F,   and  to   execute  all  necessary
                      documents to pay said judgment;
                 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.   Resolution authorizing the Municipal Counselor to
                      make an offer of judgment pursuant to Rule 68,
                      Federal Rules of Civil Procedure in the case,
                      styled: Sherri Carver vs. The City of Oklahoma
                      City, pending in the United States District Court
                      for the Western District of Oklahoma, Case No.
                      CIV-06-257-C,   and  to   prepare  all  necessary
                      documents in regard to executing and paying said
                      offer of judgment;
                 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
AUGUST 1, 2006
PAGE 24


 VIII.    O.     1.   Joint Resolution with Oklahoma City Municipal
                      Facilities   Authority  authorizing   David   Lee,
                      Attorney at Law, to represent former City
                      employee, Juan Gonzales, in the United States
                      District Court for the Western District of
                      Oklahoma, Case No. CIV-05-0341-M, styled:     Lois
                      Kingsley vs. The City of 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)


          P.     1.   Claims recommended for denial:
                      a.   Patty Buckner $650
                      b.   Dennis Grothe $741.10
                      c.   Joel Hamilton $152.90
                      d.   Eric Jones $546.45
                      e.   Jo Kassner $117.90
                      f.   Tara Nixon $102.90
                      g.   Richard Williams $350
                 AND/OR
                 2.   Enter into executive session with the Municipal
                      Counselor   to  discuss   the   above  claims as
                      authorized by 25 O.S. (2001) §307(B)(4).
                 (ATTACHMENT)


   IX.    A.     1.   Claims for Approval:
                      a.   Dan Coley $209.40
                      b.   Deanna Herrin $699.92
                      c.   Zac Reaves $249.44
                      d.   Desiree Shadoan $488.
                 AND/OR
                 2.   Enter into executive session with the Municipal
                      Counselor   to  discuss   the   above  claims as
                      authorized by 25 O.S. (2001) §307(B)(4).
                 (ATTACHMENT)
COUNCIL AGENDA
AUGUST 1, 2006
PAGE 25


    X.    Items from Council.


          A.     Ordinance on final hearing (emergency) relating to
                 Zoning, amending Chapter 59, Article VIII, Section 59-
                 8200.22.1 of the Oklahoma City Municipal Code, 2002,
                 pertaining to the definition of commercial trucks.
                 (ATTACHMENT)
                 Deferred from July 18, 2006.
                 Councilman White



   XI.    City Manager Reports.


          A.     Presentation of “A Strategic-Based Emergency Medical
                 Services Blueprint for Oklahoma City” (ATTACHMENT)

          B.     Claims and Payroll (ATTACHMENT)


          C.     July 2006 Sales and Use Tax Collections (ATTACHMENT)



 XII.     Citizens to be Heard.



 XIII.    Adjournment.

				
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