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					                         THE CITY OF OKLAHOMA CITY
                               FORMAL AGENDA
                                CITY COUNCIL
                             NOVEMBER 29, 2005



    I.    Invocation and Pledge of Allegiance.


   II.    Call to Order.


  III.    From the Office of the Mayor.

          A.     Resolution approving travel expenses for the Mayor to
                 attend the 74th Winter Meeting of the United Conference
                 of Mayors in Washington, D.C., January 25-27, 2006.
                 (ATTACHMENT)
                 (Two-thirds affirmative vote required for approval)


   IV.    A.     Receive Journal of Council Proceedings for November
                 22, 2005.

          B.     Approve Journal of Council Proceedings for November 8,
                 2005.


    V.    Request for Uncontested Continuances.

          VIII. B. 1-3     VIII. C.
             1-3-06        12-20-05

RECESS COUNCIL MEETING.


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

          1.     Joint Resolution accepting the settlement agreement
                 for Assurance of Compliance for $26,749.49 with the
                 Illinois Division of Insurance and Arthur J. Gallagher
                 & Co., authorizing the City Manager/General Manager to
                 execute the General Release, and authorizing the
                 Municipal Counselor to prepare and disseminate all
                 documents necessary to effectuate said settlement.
                 (ATTACHMENT)
ADJOURN OCMFA.
COUNCIL AGENDA
NOVEMBER 29, 2005
PAGE 2

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

          1.     Addendum No. 1, resolution extending time to award
                 contract and awarding contract to Allen’s Floor
                 System, Project MB-0722, Carpet Replacement to Cox
                 Business Services Convention Center, Phase III, One
                 Myriad Gardens, $717,000; and approving contract and
                 bonds. Ward 7. (ATTACHMENT)

          2.     Addendum No. 1, award of joint contract with The City
                 of Oklahoma City, the Oklahoma City Water Utilities
                 Trust, the Oklahoma City Public Property Authority and
                 Brewer Construction Co., Project PC-0289, Gordon
                 Cooper Realignment; Project DC-0221, storm sewer
                 improvements;   Project    SC-0699,   sanitary    sewer
                 improvements;   and    Project    WC-0532,    waterline
                 relocation, Oklahoma City Fairgrounds, 500 Land Rush
                 Avenue, $4,346,117.02; and approving contract and
                 bonds. Ward 6. (ATTACHMENT)

          3.     Addenda No. 1 and No. 2, award contract to Shell
                 Construction Company, Inc., Project PC-0294, Las Rosas
                 Residential Development, Phase I, paving and drainage,
                 southeast of SE 25th Street and Byers Avenue, $714,782;
                 and assigning Professional Service Industries, Inc. as
                 testing laboratory; and approving contract and bonds.
                 Ward 3. (ATTACHMENT)


ADJOURN OCPPA.

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

          1.     Price Adjustment Statement as provided in the Solid
                 Waste   Collection Agreement,  Waste  Management of
                 Oklahoma. (ATTACHMENT)

          2.     Acceptance of Oklahoma City Environmental Assistance
                 Trust Audited Financial Report for the fiscal year
                 ended June 30, 2005. (ATTACHMENT)


ADJOURN OCEAT.
COUNCIL AGENDA
NOVEMBER 29, 2005
PAGE 3

RECONVENE COUNCIL MEETING.

   VI.    Consent Docket.

          A.   Ordinances to be introduced and set for final hearing
               December 20, 2005:
               1.   (ABC-602) ABC-2 Alcoholic Beverage Consumption,
                    Restaurant with Alcohol overlaying C-3 Community
                    Commercial, 2824 West Country Club Drive.     Ward
                    2. (ATTACHMENT)
               2.   (ABC-603) ABC-2 Alcoholic Beverage Consumption,
                    Restaurant with Alcohol overlaying C-3 Community
                    Commercial,   1855   NW  Expressway.     Ward   2.
                    (ATTACHMENT)
               3.   (ABC-604) ABC-1 Alcoholic Beverage Consumption,
                    Restaurant with Limited Alcohol overlaying C-3
                    Community Commercial, 1010 West Memorial Road.
                    Ward 8. (ATTACHMENT)
               4.   (PC-10011) 2712 West Lindley Avenue from R-1
                    Single   Family   Residential  to    I-2  Moderate
                    Industrial. Ward 6. (ATTACHMENT)
               5.   (PUD-1096) 2735-2813 West Wilshire Boulevard from
                    R-1 Single Family Residential to PUD-1096 Planned
                    Unit Development. Ward 8. (ATTACHMENT)
                         6.   (PUD-1122) 9102 Northwest Expressway
                    from PUD-931 Planned Unit Development to PUD-1122
                    Planned Unit Development. Ward 1. (ATTACHMENT)

          B.   Ordinance to be introduced and set for final hearing
               December 20, 2005 (SP-379) Special Permit to erect a
               380-foot broadcast tower in the AA Agricultural
               District,   9548  North  Morgan   Road.     Ward  1.
               (ATTACHMENT)

          C.   Resolutions accepting the dedications contained in the
               final plats:
               1.   Cooley Industrial Park, north of Reno Avenue and
                    east of Morgan Road. Ward 3. (ATTACHMENT)
               2.   Huntington, north of SE 44th Street and east of
                    Choctaw Road. Ward 4. (ATTACHMENT)
               3.   Olde Rockwell Estates, Section 1, south of SW 89th
                    Street and east of Rockwell Avenue.       Ward 3.
                    (ATTACHMENT)
               4.   Somers Pointe, Phase IV, south of Reno Avenue and
                    west of Cemetery Road. Ward 3. (ATTACHMENT)
COUNCIL AGENDA
NOVEMBER 29, 2005
PAGE 4


   VI.    C.   5.   Westgate Marketplace, Section 6, south of Reno
                    Avenue and east of Rockwell Avenue.    Ward 3.
                    (ATTACHMENT)

          D.   Resolution releasing the subdivision bond for Sunny
               Pointe, Section 2, south of I-240 and east of
               Sunnylane Road. Ward 4. (ATTACHMENT)

          E.   Resolution releasing the irrevocable letter of credit
               for Wind Wood North, Section 3, south of SE 74th Street
               and west of Sooner Road. Ward 4. (ATTACHMENT)

          F.   Resolution authorizing the filing of foreclosure
               actions on properties with housing rehabilitation loan
               mortgages that are in default under the terms of the
               various loan agreements. (ATTACHMENT)

          G.   Resolution expressing support for the application of
               Commonwealth Development, LLC to the Oklahoma Housing
               Finance Agency for Affordable Housing Tax Credits for
               the construction of a 102-unit, multi-family housing
               project, St. Clair Park Apartments, 3600 SW 20th
               Street; provided such expression of support is
               conditioned  upon   the   application   for   Affordable
               Housing Tax Credits to be filed by Commonwealth
               Development, LLC, with the Oklahoma Housing Finance
               Agency meeting all applicable “Threshold Requirements”
               in Oklahoma Housing Finance Agency rules and upon the
               application   meeting   all   other   applicable   legal
               requirements; and authorizing the Mayor to sign a
               letter   to  the   Oklahoma   Housing   Finance   Agency
               expressing the City’s commitment of $14,001 HOME funds
               in the form of a grant to demonstrate Community
               Support for the application; all HOME funding shall be
               subject to an award of Affordable Housing Tax Credits
               for the project by Oklahoma Housing Finance Agency;
               the Resolution of Support and commitment of grant
               funds shall be effective for one year from the date of
               adoption. Ward 6. (ATTACHMENT)
COUNCIL AGENDA
NOVEMBER 29, 2005
PAGE 5
   VI.    H.   Resolution expressing support for the application of
               Urban League of Oklahoma City, Inc. to the Oklahoma
               Housing Finance Agency for Affordable Housing Tax
               Credits for the construction of an affordable housing
               duplex development containing 44-units, NE 26th Street
               and North Laird Avenue; provided such expression of
               support is conditioned upon the application for
               Affordable Housing Tax Credits to be filed by Urban
               League of Oklahoma City, Inc., with the Oklahoma
               Housing   Finance   Agency   meeting  all   applicable
               “Threshold Requirements” in Oklahoma Housing Finance
               Agency rules and upon the application meeting all
               other applicable legal requirements; and authorizing
               the Mayor to sign a letter to the Oklahoma Housing
               Finance Agency expressing the City’s commitment of
               $14,001 HOME funds in the form of a grant to
               demonstrate Community Support for the application; all
               HOME funding shall be subject to an award of
               Affordable Housing Tax Credits for the project by
               Oklahoma Housing Finance Agency; the Resolution of
               Support and commitment of grant funds shall be
               effective for one year from the date of adoption.
               Ward 7. (ATTACHMENT)

          I.   Resolution expressing support for the application of
               West Park Office Complex, LLC or Assigns to the
               Oklahoma Housing Finance Agency for Affordable Housing
               Tax Credits for the construction of a 76-unit, multi-
               family apartment community, 2000 block of NE Grand
               Boulevard; provided such expression of support is
               conditioned  upon   the   application   for   Affordable
               Housing Tax Credits to be filed by West Park Office
               Complex, LLC, with the Oklahoma Housing Finance Agency
               meeting all applicable “Threshold Requirements” in
               Oklahoma Housing Finance Agency rules and upon the
               application   meeting   all   other   applicable   legal
               requirements; and authorizing the Mayor to sign a
               letter   to  the   Oklahoma   Housing   Finance   Agency
               expressing the City’s commitment of $14,001 HOME funds
               in the form of a grant to demonstrate Community
               Support for the application’ all HOME funding shall be
               subject to an award of Affordable Housing Tax Credits
               for the project by Oklahoma Housing Finance Agency;
               the Resolution of Support and commitment of grant
               funds shall be effective for one year from the date of
               adoption. Ward 7. (ATTACHMENT)
COUNCIL AGENDA
NOVEMBER 29, 2005
PAGE 6
  VI.     J.   Resolution authorizing the Mayor to execute the
               proposals, applications, and supporting technical
               documents   for   submission   to    the    United   States
               Environmental Protection Agency for the Brownfields
               Assessment    Grant   and    Cleanup     Grant    Programs.
               (ATTACHMENT)

          K.   Specifications to be advertised for bids, Contract No.
               PR-2-05/06, street resurfacing, (20 locations.)   Ward
               4. (ATTACHMENT)

          L.   Award contract to Traffic Signals, Inc., traffic
               improvements,   Project  TC-0306,   Project  TC-0307,
               Project TC-0308, Project TC-0311 and Project TC-0312,
               (five locations), $288,378.80; and approving contract
               and bonds. Wards 3, 4, 5, 7 and 8. (ATTACHMENT)

          M.   Addenda No. 1 and No. 2 and award of contract to Wynn
               Construction Co., Inc., Project MC-0262, Compressed
               Natural Gas Refueling Station, Alternate Bid No. 2,
               Central Maintenance Facility, 3788 SW 15th Street,
               $90,000;   and    assigning   Standard   Testing   and
               Engineering, Inc. as testing laboratory; and approving
               contract and bonds. Ward 3. (ATTACHMENT)

          N.   Addendum No. 1 and award of joint contract with the
               Oklahoma City Water Utilities Trust, the Oklahoma City
               Public Property Authority and Brewer Construction Co.,
               Project PC-0289, Gordon Cooper Realignment; Project
               DC-0221, storm sewer improvements; Project SC-0699,
               sanitary sewer improvements; and Project WC-0532,
               waterline relocation, Oklahoma City Fairgrounds, 500
               Land   Rush   Avenue,  $4,346,117.02;  and   approving
               contract and bonds. Ward 6. (ATTACHMENT)

          O.   Change Order Nos. 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6, Project PC-0272,
               Main Street Beautification, East Main Street from E.K.
               Gaylord   Avenue  to   Stiles   Avenue,  increase   of
               $30,366.50. Ward 7. (ATTACHMENT)
COUNCIL AGENDA
NOVEMBER 29, 2005
PAGE 7
  VI.     P.   1.   Allocation of $85,000, 2000 General Obligation
                    Bond Funds, Proposition No. 1 Streets, Bond No.
                    Unlisted     Funds     “(c)”    Citywide     Street
                    Improvements;      Project    PM-0175,     Pavement
                    Management and Inventory System. Wards 1, 2, 3,
                    4, 5, 6, 7 and 8. (ATTACHMENT)
               2.   Resolution authorizing the purchase of roadway
                    condition data, including electronic sensor data
                    and video roadway images from State of Oklahoma
                    Department     of    Transportation    Professional
                    Services Contract SPRY-0010(24)PL, Job Piece
                    Number 01946(37), Item Number 1604 1, $38,200.
                    (ATTACHMENT)

          Q.   Amendment No. 4, Project MC-0147, Wayfinding Signage
               for   the   Downtown/Bricktown  areas,    increase   of
               $2,411.70;   accepting   the   project    and   placing
               maintenance bond into effect.        Wards 6 and 7.
               (ATTACHMENT)

          R.   Acceptance of permanent and temporary easements for
               storm drainage, Project DC-0183, NE 52nd Street, east
               of Rhode Island Avenue. Ward 7. (ATTACHMENT)

          S.   Acceptance of five privately constructed sanitary
               sewer projects and placing maintenance bonds into
               effect as of the final inspection dates. Wards 3, 5,
               7 and 8. (ATTACHMENT)

          T.   Allocation of $30,432.18, 2005 Refunding Bond Issue of
               the 2000 General Obligation Bond Funds, Proposition
               No.   8   Animal   Welfare   Facilities.     Ward   7.
               (ATTACHMENT)

          U.   Resolution declaring $874,703 in funds from the 1995
               General Obligation Bond Funds, Proposition No. 2
               Bridges, Bond No. Unlisted Funds (b), Advanced Design
               and Engineering, to be surplus and said funds be made
               available for reallocation to other projects in
               accordance with the 1995 and 2000 General Obligation
               Bond, Proposition No. 2 Bridges. Wards 1, 2, 3, 4, 5,
               6, 7 and 8. (ATTACHMENT)
COUNCIL AGENDA
NOVEMBER 29, 2005
PAGE 8
  VI.     V.   Resolution declaring the necessity for acquiring and
               owning a permanent easement for storm drainage,
               Project DC-0183, NE 52nd Street and Rhode Island
               Avenue. Ward 7. (ATTACHMENT)

         W.   Oklahoma City Airport Trust Agreements:
              1.   Assignment and Assumption Agreement from John
                   Eagleston to Thomas C. Williams, Inc., lease of a
                   hangar site for storage of a privately owned
                   aircraft,   retroactive     to   November    16,   2005
                   through December 31, 2009, Block 8, Lot 4,
                   Clarence E. Page Airport. Ward 3. (ATTACHMENT)
              2.   Assignment and Assumption Agreement from Sooner
                   Delivery    Service,    Inc.      to    Administrative
                   Receivables and Collections, Inc., for conduct of
                   a business of delivering delayed baggage to
                   passengers, retroactive to November 16, 2005
                   through December 31, 2008, Will Rogers World
                   Airport. Ward 3. (ATTACHMENT)
              3.   Airport Joint Use Agreement, United States of
                   America (National Guard Bureau) and the State of
                   Oklahoma, use of Joint Use Flying Facilities,
                   delineation of responsibilities and establish
                   Government’s reasonable share, proportional to
                   its use, of the cost of operating and maintaining
                   the facilities, retroactive to October 1, 2005
                   through September 30, 2008, $100,008 annually,
                   Will Rogers World Airport. Ward 3. (ATTACHMENT)
              4.   Supplement   No.   1   to    Lease    and    Concession
                   Agreement,    Delaware    North     Companies    Travel
                   Hospitality Services, Inc., operation of a food
                   and beverage concession for airport patrons, to
                   reflect   Lessee’s   name     change    from   CA   One
                   Services, Inc. to Delaware North Companies Travel
                   Hospitality Services, Inc., Will Rogers World
                   Airport. Ward 3. (ATTACHMENT)
              5.   Supplement No. 2 to Automobile Rental Concession
                   Agreement and Lease, The Hertz Corporation, to
                   operate an automobile rental car concession, to
                   give approval to a plan for the purchase of
                   Lessee’s   outstanding     common    stock    by   CCMG
                   Holdings, Inc., Will Rogers World Airport.         Ward
                   3. (ATTACHMENT)
COUNCIL AGENDA
NOVEMBER 29, 2005
PAGE 9

  VI.     X.   Receive the Oklahoma City Department of Airports
               Comprehensive Annual Financial Report for the fiscal
               year ended on June 30, 2005. (ATTACHMENT)

          Y.   Resolution approving the Community Intervention Center
               Interlocal Agreement with the State of Oklahoma Office
               of Juvenile Affairs for operating expenses for a
               Community Intervention Center program, authorizing the
               deposit of grant funds, and approving Agreement with
               Youth   Services   for   Oklahoma   County,  Inc.,   for
               operation   of   a    Community   Intervention   Center,
               partially funded by, and pursuant to terms of State
               grant renewal not to exceed $728,000; retroactive to
               July 1, 2005 through June 30, 2006. (ATTACHMENT)

          Z.   Ordinance to be introduced and set for final hearing
               December   13,   2005,   relating  to  Personnel   and
               Retirement Systems; amending Chapter 40, Article III,
               Division 1, Part B, Subsection 40-84(a), Paragraphs
               (1) and (6) of the Oklahoma City Municipal Code, 2002,
               to clarify the Internal Revenue Code Section 415
               Limits; and amending Section 40-86 which establishes a
               latest date for commencement of payment benefits in
               accordance with the final regulations of the Internal
               Revenue Code Section 401(a)(9). (ATTACHMENT)

         AA.   Ordinance to be introduced and set for final hearing
               December   13,   2005,    relating  to  Administration,
               amending Chapter 2, Section 2-322 of the Oklahoma City
               Municipal   Code,   2002;   Subsection (2)   concerning
               liability limit of the City to any claimant from One
               Hundred Thousand Dollars to One Hundred Seventy-Five
               Thousand Dollars. (ATTACHMENT)

         BB.   Consent to Assignment and Assumption of the Oklahoma
               Aviation Maintenance Repair and Overhaul Technology
               Center contracts from Battelle Oklahoma, LLC to MROTC
               Development Partners LLC. (ATTACHMENT)

         CC.   Resolution authorizing the Municipal Counselor to
               waive service of process and to confess judgment
               without admission of liability in the amount of
               $1,403.98 and all costs of the action in the Oklahoma
               County District Court in the claim filed by Francisco
               Pereyra. (ATTACHMENT)
COUNCIL AGENDA
NOVEMBER 29, 2005
PAGE 10


   VI.   DD.   Request for proposals to be advertised, redevelopment
               and sale of City property, 131 Dean A. McGee, the
               former Downtown Library. Ward 7. (ATTACHMENT)

         EE.   Amendment No. 1 to professional services contract with
               Weidner, Inc. to facilitate the development and
               implementation of a performance management system, fee
               increase of $510,000. (ATTACHMENT)

         FF.   Acceptance of the Oklahoma City Metropolitan Area
               Public Schools Trust Audited Financial Report for the
               fiscal year ended on June 30, 2005. (ATTACHMENT)

         GG.   Resolution approving a license agreement form for
               transport gas customers, to allow receipt of transport
               gas through Oklahoma Natural Gas Company pipelines
               located in the public ways of the City and approving a
               volumetric rate waiver application form to allow
               Oklahoma Natural Gas to file for a waiver of the
               volumetric rate fee on behalf of specific transport
               gas customers. (ATTACHMENT)

         HH.   Joint resolution with the Oklahoma City Municipal
               Facilities   Authority    accepting    the   settlement
               agreement for Assurance of Compliance for $26,749.49
               with the Illinois Division of Insurance and Arthur J.
               Gallagher & Co., authorizing the City Manager/General
               Manager   to   execute   the   General   Release,   and
               authorizing the Municipal Counselor to prepare and
               disseminate all documents necessary to effectuate said
               settlement. (ATTACHMENT)

         II.   Agreement for 9-1-1 VoIP or IP-enabled Voice Service
               Provider with SBC Internet Services, Inc. to interface
               with the City’s 9-1-1 Emergency Service Network.
               (ATTACHMENT)



  VII.    Concurrence Docket.
COUNCIL AGENDA
NOVEMBER 29, 2005
PAGE 11


 VIII.    Items Requiring Separate Votes.

          A.   Ordinances on final hearing (emergency) recommended
               for approval (five affirmative votes required for
               approval):
               1.   (PC-10007) 5500 South Council Road from AA
                    Agricultural and R-1 Single Family Residential to
                    I-2 Moderate Industrial. Ward 3. (ATTACHMENT)
               2.   (PUD-1117) 1601-2025 South Mustang Road from AA
                    Agricultural    to    PUD-1117     Planned   Unit
                    Development. Ward 3. (ATTACHMENT)
                    Easement requested but not submitted.
                    Planning Commission approval subject to the
                    Summary of Technical Evaluation.
               3.   (PUD-1121) 225 East Britton Road from O-2 General
                    Office to PUD-1121 Planned Unit Development.
                    Ward 7. (ATTACHMENT)
                    Planning Commission approval subject to the
                    Summary of Technical Evaluation.


          B.   Ordinances on final hearing (emergency):
               1.   (PC-10010) 11901 West Memorial Road from AA
                    Agricultural to R-1 Single Family Residential.
                    Ward 8. (ATTACHMENT)
               2.   (PUD-1129) 8204-8508 North May Avenue from PUD-
                    199 Planned Unit Development and PUD-665 Planned
                    Unit   Development   to  PUD-1129   Planned  Unit
                    Development. Ward 8. (ATTACHMENT)
                    3.   (PUD-1131) 1229 North Gardner Avenue from R-
               1 Single Family Residential to PUD-1131 Planned Unit
               Development. Ward 3. (ATTACHMENT)
                    Request for deferral to January 3, 2006.


          C.   Ordinance on final hearing (emergency) recommended for
               approval (CE-644) closing Platinum Lane between Copper
               Creek Addition and Fenwick Addition, south of NW 172nd
               Street. Ward 8. (ATTACHMENT)
               Deferred from March 15, April 12, April 26, June 7,
               July 19, August 16 and September 13, 2005.
               Request for deferral to December 20, 2005.
COUNCIL AGENDA
NOVEMBER 29, 2005
PAGE 12


 VIII.    D.   Ordinance on final hearing (emergency) recommended for
               approval   (SP-374)   Special   Permit  to   erect   a
               telecommunication tower (75-foot monopole) in the R-1
               Single Family Residential District, 2912 NW 15th
               Street. Ward 6. (ATTACHMENT)
               Planning Commission approval subject to the Summary of
               Technical Evaluation.

          E.   Ordinance on final hearing, relating to Miscellaneous
               Provisions and Offenses; amending Chapter 30, Article
               III, Section 30-31 of the Oklahoma City Municipal
               Code, 2002, expanding the definition of trespass to
               allow an officer to enforce “no trespassing” signs on
               private property; amending Section 30-35.1, clarifying
               the offense of entering certain posted public property
               while in possession of illegal weapons, excluding
               firearms; and enacting a new Section 30-35.2 relating
               to punishment for trespassing by adding enhanced
               punishment for second and/or subsequent convictions of
               trespassing at the same location. (ATTACHMENT)

          F.   Ordinance on final hearing, relating to Air Pollution
               and Fire Prevention and Protection, of the Oklahoma
               City Municipal Code, 2002, renumbering Chapter 4,
               Article I, Section 4-9 to Chapter 20, Article II,
               Division 5, Section 20-96, Open Burning Prohibited;
               and amending penalty provisions for Chapter 20,
               Article I, Section 20-27 Violations, and Article II,
               Division 5, Section 20-93 Egress and Related Matters.
               (ATTACHMENT)

          G.   1.   Revocable permit with Oklahoma City Riverfront
                    Redevelopment Authority, “Devon Energy Holiday
                    Parade”,   sponsored   by   Downtown   OKC,   Inc.,
                    Oklahoma River, December 9 and 10, 2005. Wards 6
                    and 7.
                    (ATTACHMENT)
               2.   Revocable    permit,   “The   Hornets    Buzzfest”,
                    sponsored   by   the  NEW   ORLEANS/OKLAHOMA   CITY
                    HORNETS NBA L.P., Reno Avenue between Robinson
                    Avenue and Ron Norick Boulevard and E. K. Gaylord
                    Boulevard, November 23, December 2, 18 and 31,
                    2005; and January 4 and 6, February 4 and 10,
                    March 10, 12, and 31, April 7, 10 and 14, 2006.
                    Ward 7. (ATTACHMENT)
COUNCIL AGENDA
NOVEMBER 29, 2005
PAGE 13



 VIII.    H.   Enter into executive session with the Municipal
               Counselor to discuss litigation in the District Court
               of Oklahoma County action styled Jerry Reese and
               Janice Reese v. Oklahoma Earthbike Fellowship, Inc.
               and The City of Oklahoma City, No. CJ-2005-1850, as
               authorized by 25 O.S. (2001) §307(B)(4)
               (ATTACHMENT)
          I.   Enter into executive session with the Municipal
               Counselor to discuss the application of The City of
               Oklahoma   City   before   the   Oklahoma  Corporation
               Commission Case TD200500008 regarding G.E. Finley
               Bridge (formerly Walnut Avenue Bridge) and to discuss
               stipulations and settlements as authorized by 25 O.S.
               (2001) §307(B)(4)


          J.   1.   Claims recommended for denial:
                    a.   Dorothy Bayles $302.09
                    b.   Copperchase Homeowners Association $900
                    c.   Heath Coulson Decertification of Lien
                    d.   John Curry $65
                    e.   Richard Dannenberg $218.25
                    f.   Gregory Myner $1,110
               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.   Charles Amis $327.27
                    b.   Caleb L. Garrison $538.26
                    c.   Heather Hogan-Cline $40
                    d.   Saber Acceptance Co., Inc. $470
                    e.   Gennifer and Jason Turnage $408.20
               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
NOVEMBER 29, 2005
PAGE 14




    X.    Items from Council.




   XI.    City Manager Reports.

          A.   Claims and Payroll (ATTACHMENT)

          B.   October 2005 Hotel/Motel Tax Collections (ATTACHMENT)

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



  XII.    Citizens to be Heard.




 XIII.    Adjournment.

				
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