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OKLAHOMA CITY PARK COMMISSION

OKLAHOMA CITY PARK COMMISSION

A G E N D A
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Will Rogers Garden Exhibition Center

3400 NW 36th

COMMISSIONERS:

Allen Paine, Ward 8, Chair

Janet Seefeldt, Ward 6

Louise Elkins-Alexander, Ward 4

Gary R. Woods, Ward 7 Linda Horn, At-Large

Joe Mallonee, Ward 1

Jeff Olbert, Ward 3

Christine Patton, Ward 2, Vice Chair

Ray Thompson, Ward 5

Oklahoma City Park Commission Meeting Information The Oklahoma City Park Commission meets the third Wednesday of each month at 3:00 p.m. at the Will Rogers Garden Exhibition Center, 3400 NW 36th Street, unless prior notice of a change is posted. To confirm meeting dates, call (405) 297-2167.

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It is the policy of The City of Oklahoma City to ensure that communications with participants and members of the public with disabilities are as effective as communications with others. Anyone with a disability who requires an accommodation, a modification of policies or procedures, or an auxiliary aid or service to participate in this meeting should call (405) 297-2167, or TDD (405) 297-2020, at least 48 hours in advance (excluding weekends or holidays). The Park Commission will give primary consideration to the choice of auxiliary aid or service requested by the individual with disability before the scheduled meeting. If you need an alternative format of the agenda, or any information provided at this meeting, call (405) 297-2167 at least 48 hours before the meeting (excluding weekends or holidays).

Addressing the Park Commission Citizens may address the Park Commission during public hearings on any agenda item or at the end of the meeting when the Chair asks for citizen comments. If you wish to address the Park Commission, you may call (405) 297-2167 and provide your name and the topic of your remarks, or you may ask to speak at the meeting. Please limit your comments to three minutes. Park Commission Actions The Park Commission may adopt, approve, ratify, deny, defer, recommend, receive, or continue any agenda item. Commission actions are not limited by staff recommendations. If more information is needed, the Park Commission may refer matters to the Director of Parks and Recreation or to legal counsel, or submit them to committees, boards, or commissions for additional study. Items may be stricken from the agenda, or no action may be taken. For more information about the Park Commission, call (405) 297-2167, or visit 420 W. Main Street, Suite 210, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
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NOTICE OF MEETING

OKLAHOMA CITY PARK COMMISSION There will be a regular meeting of the Oklahoma City Park Commission on Wednesday, April 18, 2018, at 3:00 p.m., at the Will Rogers Garden Exhibition Center, 3400 NW 36th. AGENDA
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I.
Pledge of Allegiance.

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II.
Call to Order.

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III.
Approval of the Minutes of the March 21, 2018, Oklahoma City Park Commission meeting.

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IV.
Discussion/Action on Update from Oklahoma City Game and Fish Commission Chair Rick Godfrey.

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V.
Discussion/Action on Update from Oklahoma City Trails Advisory Committee Chair Hal McKnight.

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VI.
Items from Commissioners.

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VII.
Items from Staff.

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VIII.
Items from Citizens.

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