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BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT

Frances Kersey, City Clerk

Kenneth Jordan, Municipal Counselor

200 N. Walker 3rd Floor Council Chamber

The City Council meets every other Tuesday at 8:30 a.m. in City Hall unless prior notice of a change is posted. Free parking is available at the Sheridan-Walker Parking Garage (501 West Sheridan). Parking tickets must be validated in the Mayor's/City Manager's reception area.

Tagged Passions:council, administrator, manager, and parking

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Addressing the Council Citizens may address the Council on any agenda item except for those agenda items falling into the exceptions identified below, but all comments must be relevant to the item. Citizens may not address the Council regarding items from Office of the Mayor, Items from Council (except for items listed for a vote or if asked for comments by a Councilmember), or items under City Manager Reports. Citizens may also address the Council on individual concerns, including on the listed exceptions, at the end of the agenda under Citizens to be Heard. Citizens to be Heard is not provided as a forum for publicly announced or declared candidates for City public office, and they will not be allowed to speak as Citizens to be Heard. Citizens will not be allowed to campaign on any political issue during the Council meeting. Comments must concern City services or policies. Please fill out a quot;Request to be Heard quot; form located outside the Chambers. Please return this form to the Council Office at the north end of the hall. PLEASE LIMIT YOUR COMMENTS TO 3 MINUTES. Citizens who wish to be listed on the agenda for comments to Council may call the City Clerk's Office at 297-2397 before 4 p.m. on the Tuesday prior to the next Council meeting. Persons so listed on the agenda for comments to Council are subject to the same restrictions listed above.
Tagged Passions:disability, services, procedure, communications, administrator, manager, policy, Communications, and holiday

Under certain circumstances, items are deferred to a specific later date or stricken from the agenda entirely.

Consent Docket Items listed under quot;Consent Docket quot; are usually approved as a group with the proper motion from a member of Council. Members of Council may request discussion or separate action on any item on the Consent Docket. Citizens may request to address the Council on any item on the Consent Docket. Television Coverage CITY COUNCIL
Tagged Passions:council

I.
Invocation and Pledge of Allegiance

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II.
Call to Order

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III.
From the Office of the Mayor

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A.
Economic development update by Roy Williams, President of the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:economic development, development, and Development

B.
Appointment of Samuel Merchant to serve as a member of the Board of Adjustment.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:appointments

IV.
Journal of Council Proceedings

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Tagged Passions:council

A.
Receive Journal of Council Proceedings for February 12, 2019.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:council

B.
Approve Journal of Council Proceedings for January 29 and February 5, 2019.

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Tagged Passions:council

V.
Request for Uncontested Continuances

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VI.
Revocable Permits

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A.
Revocable Right-of-Way Use Permit with Energy FC LLC, to hold the OCity St. Patricks Day Parade, March 16, 2019, Sheridan Avenue between North Hudson Avenue and Vince Gill Avenue, revenue of 100. Wards 6 and 7.

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

Tagged Passions:energy

A.
Joint Resolutions authorizing the Risk Manager and the Trusts legal counsel to enter into Joint Petition Settlements of the Workers' Compensation Commission:

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:compensation, legal, boards and commissions, risk, manager, and settlement

1.
Claim No. CM-2014-08320L styled: Sandra Davis, 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 Joint Petition Settlement to Judgment as authorized by 85 O.S. 346, 62 O.S. 365.1 et seq. and Article 10, Section 28 of the Oklahoma Constitution.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:risk and settlement

2.
Claim No. CM-(to be assigned) styled: David Fields, 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 Joint Petition Settlement to Judgment as authorized by 85 O.S. 346, 62 O.S. 365.1 et seq. and Article 10, Section 28 of the Oklahoma Constitution.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:risk and settlement

3.
Claim No. CM-2015-01977Q styled: Dawn LeChellea Gaskin, 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 Joint Petition Settlement to Judgment as authorized by 85 O.S. 346, 62 O.S. 365.1 et seq. and Article 10, Section 28 of the Oklahoma Constitution.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:risk and settlement

4.
Claim No. CM-2018-02378J styled: Landon Jones, 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 Joint Petition Settlement to Judgment as authorized by 85 O.S. 346, 62 O.S. 365.1 et seq. and Article 10, Section 28 of the Oklahoma Constitution.

OCMFA.B. Joint Resolutions authorizing the Risk Manager and the Trusts legal counsel not to appeal and to comply with the Orders of Workers' Compensation Court:

Tagged Passions:compensation, legal, risk, manager, court, and settlement

1.
Claim No.: 2011-10553K styled: Greg I. Brown, Claimant vs. The City of Oklahoma City, Respondent, an Own Risk Carrier, and authorizing the Municipal Counselor to assist said counsel in the rendition of the Order to Judgment as authorized by 85 O.S. 346, 62 O.S. 365.1 et seq. and Article 10, Section 28 of the Oklahoma Constitution.

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Tagged Passions:risk

2.
Claim No. CM-2018-02175J styled: Bobby Wayne Lambert, Claimant vs. The City of Oklahoma City, Respondent, an Own Risk Carrier, and authorizing the Municipal Counselor to assist said counsel in the rendition of the Order to Judgment as authorized by 85 O.S. 346, 62 O.S. 365.1 et seq. and Article 10, Section 28 of the Oklahoma Constitution.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:risk

3.
Claim No. CM-2017-05365A styled: Mark Alan Lewis, Claimant vs. The City of Oklahoma City, Respondent, an Own Risk Carrier, and authorizing the Municipal Counselor to assist said counsel in the rendition of the Order to Judgment as authorized by 85 O.S. 346, 62 O.S. 365.1 et seq. and Article 10, Section 28 of the Oklahoma Constitution.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:risk

4.
Claim No. 2015-04805J styled: Glen Smith, Claimant vs. The City of Oklahoma City, Respondent, an Own Risk Carrier, and authorizing the Municipal Counselor to assist said counsel in the rendition of the Order to Judgment as authorized by 85 O.S. 346, 62 O.S. 365.1 et seq. and Article 10, Section 28 of the Oklahoma Constitution.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:risk

5.
Claim No. CM-2016 07241Y styled: Joe Michael Smith, Claimant vs. The City of Oklahoma City, Respondent, an Own Risk Carrier, and authorizing the Municipal Counselor to assist said counsel in the rendition of the Order to Judgment as authorized by 85 O.S. 346, 62 O.S. 365.1 et seq. and Article 10, Section 28 of the Oklahoma Constitution.

OCMFA.B. 6. Claim No. CM-2015-08422K styled: Karl Dennis Smith, Claimant vs. The City of Oklahoma City, Respondent, an Own Risk Carrier, and authorizing the Municipal Counselor to assist said counsel in the rendition of the Order to Judgment as authorized by 85 O.S. 346, 62 O.S. 365.1 et seq. and Article 10, Section 28 of the Oklahoma Constitution.

Tagged Passions:risk

C.
Joint Resolution authorizing The City of Oklahoma City to accept permanent and temporary easements and the Oklahoma City Municipal Facilities Authority to pay the claim; and authorizing reimbursement of Authority funds by the General Obligation Bond Program, Project PC-0477, roadway widening improvements, North MacArthur Boulevard, NW 150th Street to NW 164th Street, 48,000. Ward 8.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:funding, streets, bond, program, and easement

D.
Joint Resolution authorizing The City of Oklahoma City to accept permanent easement and the Oklahoma City Municipal Facilities Authority to pay the claim; and authorizing reimbursement of Authority funds by the General Obligation Bond Program, Project PC-0473, roadway widening improvements, North Kelley Avenue between East Wilshire Boulevard and East Britton Road, 30,000. Ward 7.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:funding, streets, bond, program, and easement

E.
Resolution authorizing a change in the estimated cost for the purchase of software support services from System Innovators, Inc., a Division of Harris Computer Corporation, for the Cashiering Application System (M21-D1625000), estimated cost increase of 160,000 to a total of 392,113.61, period ending June 30, 2021.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:services, purchasing, information technology, and Information Technology

F.
Claims and Payroll

ADJOURN OCMFA CONVENE AS OKLAHOMA CITY PUBLIC PROPERTY AUTHORITY

Tagged Passions:property

(Five affirmative votes required for approval.)

A.
Request for Proposals to be advertised, Natural Gas Purchase and Supply Management Services (RFP-OCPPA-010).

OCPPA.B. Joint Resolution declaring 133 electric Club Car golf cars and two 1998 Club Car Carryall electric utility vehicles as surplus to the Earlywine Golf Course and authorizing trade-in of the surplus equipment for the purchase of new equipment, estimated trade-in value 140,650; and authorizing the purchase of 135 new 2019 Club Car Tempo 48-volt electric golf cars and two new 2019 Club Car Carryall 500 gasoline utility vehicles, for the Earlywine Golf Course, from U.S. Communities Government Purchasing Alliance Contract (C190007), estimated cost 696,084, total net cost after trade-in 555,434.

Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, equipment, utility, contract, Utility, advertising, surplus, services, natural gas, electric, purchasing, trade, and golf

C.
Resolution designating Deep in the Heart Art Foundry as sole source contractor, and awarding contract to Deep in the Heart Art Foundry, Project MC-0606, Centennial Land Run Monument transportation and install of Sculpture No. 42, Horse and Rider, South Canal Zone F near Interchange of I-40 and I-235; and approving contract, 18,230. Ward 7.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:pets, arts, contract, transportation, watershed, and monuments

D.
Claims and Payroll

ADJOURN OCPPA CONVENE AS OKLAHOMA CITY ENVIRONMENTAL ASSISTANCE TRUST

Tagged Passions:environment

(Five affirmative votes required for approval.)

A.
Price Adjustment Statement as provided for in Professional Service Agreement with Waste Management of Oklahoma, Inc. (C169047), solid waste collection services, estimated increase of 1,008,068, retroactive to January 1, 2019. Wards 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8.

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Tagged Passions:utility, solid waste, Utility, and services

B.
Receive Consultant Review Committee Report, Project ET00TE, Independent Engineer; and authorization to negotiate a contract. Wards 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8.

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Tagged Passions:contract and services

C.
Claims and Payroll

ADJOURN OCEAT RECONVENE COUNCIL MEETING

VII.
Consent Docket

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A.
Contract award and approval, SJX Jet Boats, Inc. (C190006), three 21-foot commercial grade shallow water aluminum welded marine law enforcement boats and accessories with three trailers with options, 204,900.

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Tagged Passions:utility, public safety, contract, Utility, water, boating, and commercial

B.
Renewal of pricing agreements; and approving performance bonds:

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Tagged Passions:bond and performance

1.
First Maintenance Company (R19-C176024), custodial services for Fire Department Support Facilities, estimated cost 30,000, retroactive to February 18, 2019 through February 17, 2020.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:fire departments and districts and services

2.
Oklahoma Building Services, Inc. (R19-C186066), custodial services for various City buildings, estimated cost 300,000, February 28, 2019 through February 27, 2020.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:services

C.
1. Renewal of pricing agreements, Butler Animal Health Supply, LLC dba Butler Schein Animal Health Supply (R20-C197000), The Michelson Found Animals Foundation, Inc. (R20-C197001) and Patterson Veterinary Supply, Inc. (R20-C197002), veterinary drugs, supplies, and related medical equipment, estimated cost 250,000, February 27, 2019 through February 26, 2020; and

2. Resolution authorizing the open market purchase of no bid and related items not available on a pricing agreement (OM20-C197003), estimated cost 50,000, February 27, 2019 through February 26, 2020.

Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, drugs, health, equipment, market, and purchasing

D.
1. Pricing agreement awards and approvals, A.M. Leonard (C207015), American Plant Products Services, Inc. (C207016), Greenshade Trees, Inc. (C207017), Greenstock Nurseries, Inc. (C207018) and Winfield Solutions, LLC (C207019), plants, flowers, trees, shrubs, horticulture, greenhouse, and landscaping supplies and services, estimated cost 300,000, March 1, 2019 through February 29, 2020; and

2. Resolution authorizing the open market purchase of related items and services not available on a pricing agreement (OM20-C207020), estimated cost 75,000, March 1, 2019 through February 29, 2020.

Tagged Passions:market, services, purchasing, trees, and plant

VII.
E.

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Pricing agreement awards and approvals:

1.
Chief Fire Safety Company (C205000), Conrad Fire Equipment, Inc. (C205001), Davenport Fire Equipment Sales Service LLC (C205002), Delta Industrial Service Supply (C205003), Ferrara Fire Apparatus (C205004), Municipal Emergency Services, Inc. (C205005) and Northern Safety Company, Inc. (C205006), fire hose, estimated cost 85,000, March 8, 2019 through March 7, 2020.

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Tagged Passions:equipment, sale, airport, industrial, services, and emergency

2.
Davey Tree Surgery Company (C207008), tree trimming and removal services for the Planning Department's Strong Neighborhoods Initiative, estimated cost 200,000, February 26, 2019 through February 25, 2020.

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Tagged Passions:planning, services, trees, and neighborhood

F.
Amendment No. 2 of iNet Exchange Agreement with Industrial Scientific Corporation (SS16-C165070), iNet Instrument Network program for monitoring services, increase of 861.27, March 1, 2019 through March 31, 2019; and extending agreement an additional 46 months, 99,538.02, April 1, 2019 through January 31, 2023.

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Tagged Passions:industrial, services, and program

G.
Resolutions authorizing purchases from State Contracts:

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Tagged Passions:contract and purchasing

1.
Fence installation and repair services (S20-SW704), estimated cost 100,000, retroactive to February 1, 2019 through January 30, 2020.

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Tagged Passions:services

2.
Large trucks, 25,500 pounds and over (S20-SW188035T), estimated cost 2,500,000, retroactive to February 7, 2019 through February 6, 2020.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:transportation

H.
Resolution authorizing the purchase of two mapping systems with internal high definition digital video recording capabilities and necessary training services from U.S. Communities Government Purchasing Alliance Contract (C206001), estimated cost 240,000.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:contract, services, purchasing, and training

I.
Resolution approving termination of pricing agreement with Central Staffing Solutions, LLC (C197040), mowing and lawn maintenance services for the Fire Department, effective February 26, 2019.

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Tagged Passions:fire departments and districts, services, and human resources

J.
Resolution assigning pricing agreement, for ammunition for the Police Department, from Cruse Uniform Equipment, Inc. to Galls, LLC (R19-C187040A), February 26, 2019 through November 6, 2019.

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Tagged Passions:gun control, equipment, public safety, and Gun Control

VII.
K.

Joint Resolution with the Oklahoma City Public Property Authority declaring 133 electric Club Car golf cars and two 1998 Club Car Carryall electric utility vehicles as surplus to the Earlywine Golf Course and authorizing trade-in of the surplus equipment for the purchase of new equipment, estimated trade-in value 140,650; and authorizing the purchase of 135 new 2019 Club Car Tempo 48-volt electric golf cars and two new 2019 Club Car Carryall 500 gasoline utility vehicles, for the Earlywine Golf Course, from U.S. Communities Government Purchasing Alliance Contract (C190007), estimated cost 696,084, total net cost after trade-in 555,434.

Tagged Passions:equipment, utility, contract, Utility, surplus, electric, purchasing, property, trade, and golf

L.
Resolution releasing the irrevocable letter of credit for Twin Silos Section 1, west of North Council Road and north of NW 150th Street. Ward 8.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:council and streets

M.
Resolution accepting two irrevocable letters of credit and dedications contained in the final plat of The Grove Phase XII, west of North May Avenue and north of NW 178th Street. Ward 8.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:streets and zoning

N.
Resolution accepting the dedications contained in the final plat of Whispering Creek Phase 2, north of SW 59th Street and east of South County Line Road. Ward 3.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:streets and zoning

O.
Public Art Acquisition Agreement with Verbode Real Estate Agency, to accept a donation of 1,000 for the Strong Neighborhood Initiative Culbertsons East Highland Murals Project, 1225 North Kate Avenue and 1316 NE 12th Street. Ward 7.

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Tagged Passions:streets, arts, donation, Donation, and neighborhood

P.
Artist Agreement with Erica Bonavida Morris AKA Erica Bonavida, Artist in Residence at City Hall, 200 North Walker Avenue, not to exceed 10,850, March 1, 2019 through December 30, 2019. Ward 6.

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Q.
Resolution authorizing negotiation of a Public Art Commission Agreement with Cliff Garten Studio for MAPS 3 Oklahoma State Fair Bennett Event Center, 3101 Gordon Cooper Boulevard, not to exceed 335,000. Ward 6.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, streets, arts, and events

VII.
R.

Resolution approving a 250,000 Murrah District Economic Development Loan from the Supplemental Community Development Block Grant to 1200 N. Robinson, LLC for the rehabilitation and adaptive reuse of a historically significant building located at 1200 North Robinson Avenue within the Murrah District Revitalization Area; approving Loan and Intercreditor Agreements and authorizing execution of necessary documents, including but not limited to Promissory Notes, Mortgages, Subordination Agreements, Loan Modification Agreements and Mortgage Lien Releases required to facilitate the transaction and loan servicing. Ward 6.

Tagged Passions:grant, economic development, development, Development, community development, and cdbg

S.
Resolution approving a 200,000 Murrah District Economic Development Loan from the Supplemental Community Development Block Grant to 601 North Walker, LLC for the rehabilitation of a vacant building located at 601 North Walker Avenue within the Murrah District Revitalization Area; approving consolidation of prior Murrah District Economic Development Loans totaling 54,586.35 to be secured by the property at 601 North Walker Avenue for total project financing of up to 254,586.35; approving Loan Agreement, and authorizing the Mayor to execute necessary documents, including but not limited to Promissory Notes, Mortgages, Subordination Agreements, Loan Modification Agreements, and Mortgage Lien Releases required to facilitate the transaction and loan servicing. Ward 6.

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Tagged Passions:grant, economic development, development, Development, property, community development, and cdbg

T.
Ratifying and approving Addenda Nos. 1 and 2; awarding contract to L5 Construction, LLC, Project MB-1408, 100 North Walker 7th Floor renovation, 100 North Walker Avenue, 407,000; approving contracts and bonds. Ward 6.

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Tagged Passions:construction, bond, and contract

U.
Ratifying and approving Addenda Nos. 1, 2 and 3; adopting resolution extending time to award contracts; and awarding contracts to MTZ Construction Inc. and Nash Construction Co., Project PM-0282, residential sidewalk and pavement repairs unit price contract, estimated cost of 5,000,000 per contractor; and approving contracts and bonds. Wards 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:construction, streets, bond, contract, and Pedestrian

VII.
V.

Change Order No. 1, Project MB-0890 Phase V, truck wash water reclamation system, 3738 SW 15th Street, increase of 2,172; accepting the project and placing maintenance bond into effect. Ward 6.

Tagged Passions:streets, utility, bond, Utility, transportation, and water

W.
Amendment No. 2 with the Oklahoma City Economic Development Trust, Project MP-0513, paving and shelter improvements at Red Andrews Park, 720 NW 8th Street, decrease of 0.70; accepting project and placing maintenance bond into effect. Ward 6.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:economic development, streets, development, bond, parks, and Development

X.
Final acceptance, Project PC-0555, Work Order No. 31, street repairs Citywide Unit Price Contract, 4220 NW 22nd Street; approving bonds and placing maintenance bond into effect. Ward 3.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:streets, bond, and contract

Y.
Amendment No. 2 to Contract for Landscape Architectural Services, Project PC-0492, Oklahoma City Boulevard landscape improvements, Oklahoma City Boulevard from South Walnut Avenue to South Shields Boulevard and from South Western Avenue to South Pennsylvania Avenue, fee increase of 8,413. Wards 6 and 7.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:streets, contract, services, and buildings and grounds

Z.
Joint Resolution with the Oklahoma City Municipal Facilities Authority authorizing The City of Oklahoma City to accept permanent and temporary easements and the Oklahoma City Municipal Facilities Authority to pay the claim; and authorizing reimbursement of Authority funds by the General Obligation Bond Program, Project PC-0477, roadway widening improvements, North MacArthur Boulevard between NW 150th Street and NW 164th Street, 48,000. Ward 8.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:funding, streets, bond, program, and easement

AA.

Joint Resolution with the Oklahoma City Municipal Facilities Authority authorizing The City of Oklahoma City to accept permanent easement and the Oklahoma City Municipal Facilities Authority to pay the claim; and authorizing reimbursement of Authority funds by the General Obligation Bond Program, Project PC-0473, roadway widening improvements, North Kelley Avenue between East Wilshire Boulevard and East Britton Road, 30,000. Ward 7.

Tagged Passions:funding, streets, bond, program, and easement

VII.
AB.

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Acceptance of permanent and temporary easements, Project PC-0472, street widening improvements, North Kelley Avenue from East Britton Road to East Hefner Road. Ward 7.

Tagged Passions:streets and easement

AC.

No additional detail provided

Acceptance of permanent and temporary easements, Project PC-0548, street widening improvements, South Sara Road, SW 44th Street to SW 59th Street; and approving payment of claims, 167,857. Ward 3.

Tagged Passions:streets and easement

AD.

No additional detail provided

Acceptance of permanent easement, Project PC-0446, street widening improvements, West Britton Road from North Morgan Road to North County Line Road; and approving payment of claim, 12,350. Ward 1.

Tagged Passions:streets and easement

AE.

No additional detail provided

Acceptance of permanent easements, Project PR-12-17/18, street improvements project, North Independence Avenue, between NW 50th Street and NW 54th Street. Ward 2.

Tagged Passions:streets, streetscape, and easement

AF. 1.

No additional detail provided

Allocation of 1,000 in funds from the 2000 General Obligation Bond Authorization, Proposition 2 Bridge Listed Surplus; an allocation of 1,000 in funds from the 2000 General Obligation Bond Authorization, Proposition 2 Bridge Unlisted Funds; an allocation of 1,000 in funds from the 2000 General Obligation Bond Authorization, Proposition 2 Bridge Interest Funds; an allocation of 353,061.16 in funds from the 2007 General Obligation Bond Authorization, Proposition 2 Bridge Listed Surplus Funds; an allocation of 21,938.84 in funds from the 2007 General Obligation Bond Authorization, Proposition 2 Bridge Unlisted Funds; an allocation of 22,000 in funds from the 2007 General Obligation Bond Authorization, Proposition 2 Bridge Interest Funds; an allocation of 600,000 in funds from the 2007 General Obligation Bond Authorization, Proposition 1 Streets Unlisted Funds, for a total allocation of 1,000,000 to Project BC-0226, bridge replacement/rehabilitation. Wards 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8.

Tagged Passions:funding, streets, bond, and surplus

VII.
AF. 2.

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Allocation of 1,002,000 in funds from the 2007 General Obligation Bond Authorization, Proposition No. 1 Unlisted Street Funds to Project MC-0631, upgraded street repair equipment. Wards 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8.

Tagged Passions:funding, equipment, streets, and bond

3.
Allocation of 500,000 in funds from the 2007 General Obligation Bond Authorization, Proposition No. 1 Unlisted Street Funds to Project PC-0650, Downtown traffic infrastructure improvements. Wards 6 and 7.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:funding, streets, bond, downtown, and traffic

AG.

Ordinances to be introduced and set for final hearing on March 12, 2019:

Tagged Passions:ordinance and hearing

1.
Removing 2-hour metered parking on the south side of East Sheridan Avenue from approximately 32 feet east to 78 feet east of the east curb line of South Oklahoma Avenue. Ward 7.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:parking

2.
Removing a 2-hour reserved parking space for the physically disabled on the south side of East Sheridan Avenue from approximately 98 feet east to 125 feet east of the east curb line of South Oklahoma Avenue. Ward 7.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:disability and parking

3.
Establishing a 2-hour metered parking space on the south side of East Sheridan Avenue from approximately 98 feet east to 125 feet east of the east curb line of South Oklahoma Avenue. Ward 7.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:parking

4.
Establishing a 2-hour reserved parking space for the physically disabled on the south side of East Sheridan Avenue from approximately 32 feet east to 78 feet east of the east curb line of South Oklahoma Avenue. Ward 7.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:disability and parking

AH.

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Acceptance of 13 privately constructed water projects and placing maintenance bonds into effect as of final inspection dates. Wards 1, 2, 3, 6, 7 and 8.

Tagged Passions:utility, bond, Utility, and water

AI.

Grant of permanent easement to the Oklahoma City Water Utilities Trust, Project WF-4786, Central Maintenance Facility Phase 4, south of SW 15th Street and west of South Portland Avenue. Ward 3.

Tagged Passions:grant, facility, streets, utility, Utility, water, and easement

AJ.

Receive the Official Election Returns for the Primary Election held February 12, 2019 for the election of Councilmembers from Wards 2, 5, 6 and 8.

Tagged Passions:voting and election

VII.
AK.

No additional detail provided

Joint Economic Development Agreement with the Oklahoma City Economic Development Trust and Amazon.com for selecting Oklahoma City as the location for its new Fulfillment Center in Oklahoma City and for Amazon.com's commitment to create approximately 53 new quality jobs, not to exceed 1,700,000, 9201 South Portland Avenue. Ward 3.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:economic development, development, Development, internet retailers, and jobs

AL.

Resolution to be introduced and set for public hearing and final consideration on March 12, 2019 approving a revised allocation of Downtown/MAPS Economic Development Project Plan TIF No. 2 funds (Public Parking Development) for the Santa Fe Parking Garage Project, 2 Santa Fe Plaza, 1,250,000. Ward 6.

Tagged Passions:funding, TIF, economic development, taxes, Taxes, development, downtown, Development, hearing, and parking

AM.

Joint Resolution with the Oklahoma City Economic Development Trust to be introduced and set for public hearing and final consideration on March 12, 2019 approving the allocation of General Obligation Limited Tax Bond Proceeds and/or investment proceeds in an amount of 1,000,000, to provide certain economic development incentives to Colony Developers, LLC, for the expansion of affordable housing opportunities in northeast Oklahoma City and in support of the Phase Three Development at Page Woodson to include the construction of thirty-four affordable housing units located between North High Avenue and North Kelley Avenue and between NE 5th Street and NE 6th Street; and authorizing and directing the General Manager and/or Designee to negotiate an Economic Development Agreement with Colony Developers, LLC, for subsequent Trust and City Council consideration and approval. Ward 7.

Tagged Passions:construction, council, expansion, economic development, streets, taxes, Taxes, development, bond, Development, investment, hearing, manager, incentive, and housing

AN.

Joint Resolution with the Oklahoma City Economic Development Trust to be introduced and set for public hearing and final consideration on March 12, 2019 authorizing and directing the General Manager and/or designee to negotiate an Economic Development Agreement with HudHudHike LLC and OneTwoOneTwo LLC, for subsequent Trust and City Council consideration and approval in an amount not to exceed 120,000 utilizing previously allocated ancillary infrastructure funds, 1210 and 1214 North Hudson Avenue. Ward 6.

Tagged Passions:funding, council, economic development, development, Development, hearing, and manager

VII.
AO.

Resolution approving a waiver application submitted by Oklahoma Natural Gas Company on behalf of Oklahoma Cogeneration LLC, formerly PowerSmith Cogeneration Project, 7425 SW 29th Street, pursuant to Section 11(B) of Ordinance No. 24,140; and thereby granting Oklahoma Cogeneration LLC a waiver of the volumetric rate fee on gas received by Oklahoma Cogeneration LLC through the Oklahoma Natural Gas distribution system located within the public ways and grounds of the City. Ward 3.

Tagged Passions:grant, ordinance, streets, and natural gas

AP. 1.

Ordinance to be introduced and set for final hearing March 26, 2019, providing for the issuance of General Obligation Limited Tax Bonds in the sum of 30,000,000 by The City of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, authorized at an election duly called and held for such purpose; prescribing form of bonds; providing for a bond issue designated General Obligation Limited Tax Bonds, Taxable Series 2019; providing for registration thereof; designating the registrar for the issue; providing for levy of an annual tax for the payment of principal and interest on the bonds and fixing other details of the issue; approving the form of a continuing disclosure agreement and an official statement; authorizing executions and actions necessary for the issuance and delivery of the bonds; and declaring an emergency.

Tagged Passions:ordinance, voting, taxes, Taxes, bond, election, emergency, and hearing

2.
Resolution authorizing the sale of 30,000,000 of General Obligation Limited Tax Bonds, Taxable Series 2019 of The City of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; fixing the amount of bonds to mature each year; fixing the time and place the bonds are to be sold; authorizing the publication of a Notice of Sale; approving and authorizing Official Statements and distribution thereof; authorizing executions and actions necessary for issuance and delivery of the bonds.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:sale, taxes, Taxes, and bond

VII.
AQ. 1.

Ordinance to be introduced and set for final hearing March 26, 2019, providing for the issuance of General Obligation Bonds in the sum of 75,655,000 by The City of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, authorized at an election duly called and held for such purpose; prescribing form of bonds; providing for a combined bond issue designated General Obligation Bonds, Series 2019; providing for registration thereof; designating the registrar for the issue; providing for levy of an annual tax for the payment of principal and interest on the bonds and fixing other details of the issue; approving the forms of a continuing disclosure agreement and an official statement; authorizing executions and actions necessary for the issuance and delivery of the bonds; and declaring an emergency.

Tagged Passions:ordinance, voting, taxes, Taxes, bond, election, emergency, and hearing

2.
Resolution authorizing the sale of 75,655,000 of General Obligation Bonds, Series 2019 of The City of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; fixing the amount of bonds to mature each year; fixing the time and place the bonds are to be sold; authorizing the publication of a Notice of Sale; approving and authorizing Official Statements and distribution thereof; authorizing executions and actions necessary for issuance and delivery of the bonds.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:sale and bond

AR.

Resolution establishing a financing plan, authorizing publication of a notice of public hearing; authorizing solicitation of underwriters from the pool of prequalified underwriters for the issuance of General Obligation Limited Tax Refunding Bonds; authorizing staff to proceed with the development of the financing, including preparation of a preliminary official statement; and other action related thereto.

Tagged Passions:taxes, Taxes, development, bond, Development, solicitation, and hearing

AS.

Resolution establishing a financing plan, authorizing publication of a notice of public hearing; authorizing solicitation of underwriters from the pool of prequalified underwriters for the issuance of General Obligation Refunding Bonds; authorizing staff to proceed with the development of the financing, including preparation of a preliminary official statement; and other action related thereto.

Tagged Passions:development, bond, Development, solicitation, and hearing

VII.
AT.

Public Official Bond for Craig Freeman as City Manager.

Tagged Passions:bond, administrator, and manager

AU.

Joint Resolutions with the Oklahoma City Municipal Facilities Authority authorizing the Risk Manager and the Trusts legal counsel to enter into Joint Petition Settlements of the Workers' Compensation Commission:

Tagged Passions:compensation, legal, boards and commissions, risk, manager, and settlement

1.
Claim No. CM-2014-08320L styled: Sandra Davis, 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 Joint Petition Settlement to Judgment as authorized by 85 O.S. 346, 62 O.S. 365.1 et seq. and Article 10, Section 28 of the Oklahoma Constitution.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:risk and settlement

2.
Claim No. CM-(to be assigned) styled: David Fields, 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 Joint Petition Settlement to Judgment as authorized by 85 O.S. 346, 62 O.S. 365.1 et seq. and Article 10, Section 28 of the Oklahoma Constitution.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:risk and settlement

3.
Claim No. CM-2015-01977Q styled: Dawn LeChellea Gaskin, 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 Joint Petition Settlement to Judgment as authorized by 85 O.S. 346, 62 O.S. 365.1 et seq. and Article 10, Section 28 of the Oklahoma Constitution.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:risk and settlement

4.
Claim No. CM-2018-02378J styled: Landon Jones, 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 Joint Petition Settlement to Judgment as authorized by 85 O.S. 346, 62 O.S. 365.1 et seq. and Article 10, Section 28 of the Oklahoma Constitution.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:risk and settlement

VII.
AV.

Joint Resolutions with the Oklahoma City Municipal Facilities Authority authorizing the Risk Manager and the Trusts legal counsel not to appeal and to comply with the Orders of Workers' Compensation Court:

Tagged Passions:compensation, legal, risk, manager, and court

1.
Claim No. 2011-10553K styled: Greg I. Brown, Claimant vs. The City of Oklahoma City, Respondent, an Own Risk Carrier, and authorizing the Municipal Counselor to assist said counsel in the rendition of the Order to Judgment as authorized by 85 O.S. 346, 62 O.S. 365.1 et seq. and Article 10, Section 28 of the Oklahoma Constitution.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:risk

2.
Claim No. CM-2018-02175J styled: Bobby Wayne Lambert, Claimant vs. The City of Oklahoma City, Respondent, an Own Risk Carrier, and authorizing the Municipal Counselor to assist said counsel in the rendition of the Order to Judgment as authorized by 85 O.S. 346, 62 O.S. 365.1 et seq. and Article 10, Section 28 of the Oklahoma Constitution.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:risk

3.
Claim No. CM-2017-05365A styled: Mark Alan Lewis, Claimant vs. The City of Oklahoma City, Respondent, an Own Risk Carrier, and authorizing the Municipal Counselor to assist said counsel in the rendition of the Order to Judgment as authorized by 85 O.S. 346, 62 O.S. 365.1 et seq. and Article 10, Section 28 of the Oklahoma Constitution.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:risk

4.
Claim No. 2015-04805J styled: Glen Smith, Claimant vs. The City of Oklahoma City, Respondent, an Own Risk Carrier, and authorizing the Municipal Counselor to assist said counsel in the rendition of the Order to Judgment as authorized by 85 O.S. 346, 62 O.S. 365.1 et seq. and Article 10, Section 28 of the Oklahoma Constitution.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:risk

5.
Claim No. CM-2016-07241Y styled: Joe Michael Smith, Claimant vs. The City of Oklahoma City, Respondent, an Own Risk Carrier, and authorizing the Municipal Counselor to assist said counsel in the rendition of the Order to Judgment as authorized by 85 O.S. 346, 62 O.S. 365.1 et seq. and Article 10, Section 28 of the Oklahoma Constitution.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:risk

VII.
AV. 6.

Claim No. CM-2015-08422K styled: Karl Dennis Smith, Claimant vs. The City of Oklahoma City, Respondent, an Own Risk Carrier, and authorizing the Municipal Counselor to assist said counsel in the rendition of the Order to Judgment as authorized by 85 O.S. 346, 62 O.S. 365.1 et seq. and Article 10, Section 28 of the Oklahoma Constitution.

Tagged Passions:risk

AW.

No additional detail provided

Resolution with the Oklahoma City Municipal Facilities Authority authorizing a change in the estimated cost for the purchase of software support services from System Innovators, Inc., a Division of Harris Computer Corporation, for the Cashiering Application System (M21-D1625000), estimated cost increase of 160,000 to a total of 392,113.61, period ending June 30, 2021.

Tagged Passions:services, purchasing, information technology, and Information Technology

AX.

No additional detail provided

Right of Way Agreement authorizing Oklahoma Natural Gas Company to extend, lay, operate and maintain a pipe line to serve the property leased by the Oklahoma City Zoological Trust and Botanical Garden and subleased by Girl Scouts Western Oklahoma, Inc., 2000 Remington Place. Ward 7.

Tagged Passions:leasing, natural gas, property, and zoo

AY.

Resolutions authorizing confessions of judgment:

1.
Authorizing the Municipal Counselor to waive service of process and to confess judgment without admission of liability in the amount of 4,049.57 and all costs of the action in the Oklahoma County District Court in the claim filed by Nick Kamal. Ward 2.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:legal and court

2.
Authorizing the Municipal Counselor to waive service of process and to confess judgment without admission of liability in the amount of 1,300 and all costs of the action in the Oklahoma County District Court in the claim filed by Jesus Rivas-Castaneda. Ward 4.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:legal and court

3.
Authorizing the Municipal Counselor to waive service of process and to confess judgment without admission of liability in the amount of 2,026.17 and all costs of the action in the Oklahoma County District Court in the claim filed by Ray Shepherd. Ward 5.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:legal and court

VII.
AY. 4.

Authorizing the Municipal Counselor to waive service of process and to confess judgment without admission of liability in the amount of 1,827.66 and all costs of the action in the Oklahoma County District Court in the claim filed by Southwestern Bell Telephone, LP dba AT T Oklahoma. Ward 8.

Tagged Passions:legal and court

VIII.
Concurrence Docket

No additional detail provided

A.
Concurrence with the Oklahoma City Water Utilities Trust in receiving Consultant Review Committee Reports; and authorization to negotiate contracts:

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:utility, contract, Utility, services, and water

1.
Project ST-0149, North Canadian Wastewater Treatment Plant Facility Master Plan and Upgrades. Ward 7.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:facility, sewer, and plant

2.
Project WM-0288, resiliency improvements for water booster stations. Wards 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, and water

3.
Project WY-0029, restoring storage capacity in Overholser Reservoir. Ward 1.

No additional detail provided

B.
Concurrence with the Oklahoma City Water Utilities Trust in approving Contracts for Engineering Services:

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:utility, contract, Utility, services, and water

1.
Cardinal Engineering, LLC, Project WC-0619, Metro Well System waterline replacement, SE 4th Street to SE 15th Street from South Eastern Avenue to South Eckroat Street, fee of 120,755. Ward 7.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:streets, Public Transit, and water

2.
Cowan Group Engineering, LLC, Project WC-0955, waterline replacement, NW 62nd Street to NW 58th Street from North Tulsa Avenue to North Portland Avenue and NW 49th Street to NW 45th Street from North Western Avenue to North Walker Avenue, fee of 200,242. Ward 2.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:streets and water

C.
Concurrence with the Oklahoma City Water Utilities Trust in ratifying and approving Addenda Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4; awarding contracts; and approving contracts and bonds:

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:utility, bond, contract, Utility, and water

1.
Krapff-Reynolds Construction Company, Project SC-1001-2, lift station and sanitary sewer force main, Lake Draper Maintenance Facility, 10401 Stanley Draper Drive to 6024 SE 89th Street, 2,006,024.50. Ward 4.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:construction, facility, sewer, streets, utility, and Utility

VIII.
C. 2.

Shiloh Enterprises, Inc., Projects SM-0159, storage space renovation, One North Walker Building, One North Walker Avenue, SM-0161, Line Maintenance fleet shop mezzanine, 621 North Pennsylvania Avenue, and SM-0299, Line Maintenance Administration building, 621 North Pennsylvania Avenue, 698,000. Ward 6.

D.
Concurrence with the Oklahoma City Water Utilities Trust in ratifying and approving Addendum No. 1; awarding contract to Jenco Construction Company, Project WM-0293, Draper Marina erosion control, 8301 SE 104th Street, 766,480.95; and approving contract and bonds. Ward 4.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:construction, streets, utility, bond, contract, Utility, water, and watershed

E.
Concurrence with the Oklahoma City Water Utilities Trust in ratifying and approving Addenda Nos. 1 and 2; awarding contract to Cimarron Construction Company, Projects WC-0958, water valve locates and adjustments, and SC-1037, sewer manhole adjustments, 979,400; and approving contract and bonds. Wards 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:construction, sewer, utility, bond, contract, Utility, and water

F.
Concurrence with the Oklahoma City Water Utilities Trust in approving Amendment No. 3 to Contract for Engineering Services, Project SC-0950, 72-inch sanitary sewer relief interceptor, Oklahoma River from I-35 to South Shields Boulevard and SE 19th Street, fee increase of 295,000. Ward 7.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:sewer, streets, utility, contract, Utility, services, water, and watershed

G.
Concurrence with the Oklahoma City Water Utilities Trust in ratifying and approving Amendment Nos. 1 and Change Order Nos. 1:

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, and water

1.
Project SC-0923, sanitary sewer rehabilitation, North Western Avenue to Broadway Extension from West Hefner Road to West Britton Road, and SE 44th Street to SE 59th Street from South Bryant Avenue to South Sunnylane Road, increase of 60,532. Wards 4 and 7.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:sewer, streets, utility, and Utility

2.
Project WC-0837, water line replacement, Kerry Lane to Carlton Way from Northland Road to Mahler Place, increase of 14,521.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:streets, utility, Utility, and water

VIII.
H.

No additional detail provided

Concurrence with the Oklahoma City Water Utilities Trust in approving Change Orders:

Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, and water

1.
Change Order No. 1, Project WC-0864, Atoka Dam and spillway rehabilitation, Atoka, increase of 381,305.

No additional detail provided

2.
Change Order No. 3, Project WC-0757, Atoka Pipeline surge control, Ada, Atoka, Coalgate, Stonewall, and Konawa, increase of 200,609.64.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:disability

I.
Concurrence with the Oklahoma City Water Utilities Trust in receiving Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality Construction Permits:

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:construction, utility, Utility, water, and environment

1.
Project ST-0137, Chisholm Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant improvements.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:sewer and plant

2.
Project ST-0139, Deer Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant improvements.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:sewer and plant

J.
Concurrence with the Oklahoma City Water Utilities Trust in adopting resolution ratifying the actions of the General Manager in declaring an emergency, approving bidding documents, and awarding contract to Urban Contractors, LLC, Project SC-1039, sanitary sewer emergency, NW 10th Street to West Reno Avenue from North Portland Avenue to North Meridian Avenue, 128,000; ratifying issuance of emergency work order; and approving contract and bonds. Ward 3.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:sewer, streets, utility, bond, contract, Utility, emergency, water, and manager

K.
Concurrence with the Oklahoma City Water Utilities Trust in approving Plans and Specifications to be advertised for bids, Project ST-0139, Deer Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant improvements.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, sewer, utility, Utility, advertising, water, and plant

L.
Concurrence with the Oklahoma City Public Property Authority in adopting resolution designating Deep in the Heart Art Foundry, as sole source contractor, and awarding contract to Deep in the Heart Art Foundry, Project MC-0606, Centennial Land Run Monument transportation and install of Sculpture No. 42, Horse and Rider, South Canal Zone F near Interchange of I-40 and I-235; and approving contract, 18,230. Ward 7.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:pets, arts, contract, transportation, watershed, property, and monuments

IX.
Items Requiring Separate Votes

No additional detail provided

A.
Ordinances on final hearing (emergency) recommended for approval (five affirmative votes required for approval):

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:ordinance, emergency, and hearing

1.
(PC-10552) 2910 South Blackwelder Avenue from R-2 Medium-Low Density Residential District to NB Neighborhood Business District. Ward 6.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:business and neighborhood

2.
(PC-10557) 201 NE 13th Street from R-3 Medium Density Residential District to O-1 Limited Office District. Ward 7.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:streets

3.
(PC-10558) 10801 West Garnett from I-1 Light Industrial District to I-2 Moderate Industrial District. Ward 7.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:industrial

4.
(PUD-1696) 13640 North Council Road from R-1 Single-Family Residential District to PUD-1696 Planned Unit Development District. Ward 8.

Planning Commission approval subject to the Summary of Technical Evaluation.

Tagged Passions:planning, council, boards and commissions, streets, development, zoning, subdivision, and Development

5.
(SPUD-1092) 1305 North Western Avenue from SPUD-972 Simplified Planned Unit Development and R-3 Medium Density Residential Districts to SPUD-1092 Simplified Planned Unit Development District. Ward 6.

Planning Commission approval subject to the Summary of Technical Evaluation.

Tagged Passions:planning, boards and commissions, development, subdivision, and Development

6.
(SPUD-1093) 1111 NE 63rd Street from R-1 Single-Family Residential District to SPUD-1093 Simplified Planned Unit Development District. Ward 7.

Planning Commission approval subject to the Summary of Technical Evaluation.

Tagged Passions:planning, boards and commissions, streets, development, subdivision, and Development

Deferred from February 12, 2019.

7.
(SPUD-1096) 6620 North Sooner Road from AA Agricultural District to SPUD-1096 Simplified Planned Unit Development District. Ward 7.

Planning Commission approval subject to the Summary of Technical Evaluation.

Tagged Passions:planning, boards and commissions, streets, agriculture, development, subdivision, and Development

IX.
A. 8.

(SPUD-1097) 1117 NW 15th Street from R-3 Medium Density Residential District to SPUD-1097 Simplified Planned Unit Development District. Ward 6. Planning Commission approval subject to the Summary of Technical Evaluation.

Tagged Passions:planning, boards and commissions, streets, development, subdivision, and Development

9.
(SPUD-1099) 1515 North Portland Avenue from C-3 Community Commercial and O-1 Limited Office Districts to SPUD-1099 Simplified Planned Unit Development District. Ward 3.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:development, subdivision, Development, and commercial

B.
1. Amendment to the Master Design Statement to amend the paving width in Section 9.8.4. to require 24 feet for two-way drives and 20 feet paving width for one-way drives.

No additional detail provided

2.
Ordinance on final hearing (emergency) recommended for approval (five affirmative votes required for approval) (PUD-1701) 2101 Westbury Drive from PUD-1629 Planned Unit Development District to PUD-1701 Planned Unit Development District. Ward 3.

Planning Commission approval subject to the Summary of Technical Evaluation.

Tagged Passions:planning, ordinance, boards and commissions, development, zoning, subdivision, emergency, Development, and hearing

C.
1. Amendment to the Master Design Statement to eliminate the language All use units needed to operate this community gardens and farm concept will be permitted.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:agriculture

2.
Ordinance on final hearing (emergency) recommended for approval (five affirmative votes required for approval) (SPUD-1101) 2222 NE 27th Street from R-1 Single-Family Residential District to SPUD-1101 Simplified Planned Unit Development District. Ward 7.

Planning Commission approval subject to the Summary of Technical Evaluation.

Tagged Passions:planning, ordinance, boards and commissions, streets, development, subdivision, emergency, Development, and hearing

D.
Ordinance on final hearing (emergency) recommended for denial (five affirmative votes required for approval) (SPUD-1064) 9816 SW 89th Street from AA Agricultural District to SPUD-1064 Simplified Planned Unit Development District. Ward 3.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:ordinance, streets, agriculture, development, subdivision, emergency, Development, and hearing

Refer back to Planning Commission.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:planning and boards and commissions

IX.
E.

Ordinance on final hearing (emergency) recommended for approval (five affirmative votes required for approval) (CE-982) closing and vacating an easement, 615 North Classen Boulevard. Ward 6.

Tagged Passions:ordinance, streets, emergency, hearing, and easement

F.
Ordinance on final hearing (emergency) recommended for approval (five affirmative votes required for approval) (SP-515) Special Permit to operate a Commercial Blood Center in the C-3 Community Commercial District, 4275 NW 63rd Street. Ward 1.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:ordinance, streets, emergency, commercial, and hearing

G.
Ordinance to be introduced, set for public hearing March 12, 2019 and final adoption March 26, 2019, relating to Motor Vehicles and Traffic, amending Chapter 32 of the Oklahoma City Municipal Code, 2010, Section 32-1, Definitions, adding definition of Motorized Scooter.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:ordinance, hearing, and traffic

H.
1. Public hearing regarding dilapidated structures: a. 623 South Dewey Avenue (house) Ward 6 b. 2012 South Lindsay Avenue aka 703 SE 20th Street

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:streets and hearing

(detached garage) Ward 7 c. 1512 Rockwood Avenue (house) Ward 6 d. 616 SW 46th Street (detached garage) Ward 4 e. 2341 SW 50th Street (shed) Ward 6

Tagged Passions:streets

2.
Resolution declaring structures are dilapidated; directing said structures to be torn down, establishing dates of February 27, 2019 and March 29, 2019 for commencement and completion of removal by owners.

No additional detail provided

IX.
I.

1. Public hearing regarding unsecured structures: a. 4014 North Ann Arbor Avenue (house and detached garage) Ward 1 b. 2821 Guilford Lane (house and detached garage) Ward

Tagged Passions:hearing

2
c. 729 North McKinley Avenue (house) Ward 6 d. 2402 South Pennsylvania Avenue (school) Ward 6 e. 920 Tabor Drive (house) Ward 3 f. 4816 North Terry Avenue (house) Ward 7 g. 1328 NW 9th Street aka 914 North Douglas Avenue

(house) Ward 6 h. 3101 NW 11th Street (house and detached garage) Ward 6 i. 1707 NW 14th Street (house) Ward 6 j. 1504 NW 16th Street aka 1506 NW 16th Street (duplex and detached garage) Ward 6 k. 1215 NW 18th Street aka 1217 NW 18th Street
Tagged Passions:streets and education

(apartment building) Ward 6 l. 832 NE 20th Street (house) Ward 7 m. 3503 SW 42nd Street (house) Ward 3 n. 2637 SW 45th Street (house and shed) Ward 6 o. 528 SW 46th Street (detached garage and house) Ward

Tagged Passions:streets

4
p. 620 SW 68th Street (house) Ward 5 q. 231 NW 81st Street (house) Ward 7 r. 424 NW 83rd Street (house) Ward 7 s. 724 NW 89th Street (garage conversion, house,

outbuilding and pool) Ward 2 t. 225 NW 91st Street (house and shed) Ward 7 u. 309 NW 92nd Street (house) Ward 7 v. 1408 NW 95th Street (detached garage) Ward 2 w. 1418 NW 102nd Street (house) Ward 2

Tagged Passions:streets

2.
Resolution declaring structures are unsecured.

No additional detail provided

IX.
J.

1. Public hearing regarding abandoned buildings: a. 4014 North Ann Arbor Avenue (detached garage and house) Ward 1 b. 623 South Dewey Avenue (house) Ward 6 c. 2821 Guilford Lane (detached garage and house) Ward

Tagged Passions:hearing

2
d. 729 North McKinley Avenue (house) Ward 6 e. 2402 South Pennsylvania Avenue (school) Ward 6 f. 1512 Rockwood Avenue (house) Ward 6 g. 920 Tabor Drive (house) Ward 3 h. 4816 North Terry Avenue (house) Ward 7 i. 1707 NW 14th Street (house) Ward 6 j. 1504 NW 16th Street aka 1506 NW 16th Street

Tagged Passions:streets and education

(detached garage and duplex) Ward 6 k. 1215 NW 18th Street aka 1217 NW 18th Street

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:streets

(apartment building) Ward 6 l. 832 NE 20th Street (house) Ward 7 m. 3503 SW 42nd Street (house) Ward 3 n. 2637 SW 45th Street (house) Ward 6 o. 528 SW 46th Street (detached garage and house) Ward

Tagged Passions:streets

4
p. 620 SW 68th Street (house) Ward 5 q. 231 NW 81st Street (house) Ward 7 r. 424 NW 83rd Street (house) Ward 7 s. 724 NW 89th Street (garage conversion and house)

Ward 2 t. 225 NW 91st Street (house) Ward 7 u. 309 NW 92nd Street (house) Ward 7 v. 1418 NW 102nd Street (house) Ward 2

Tagged Passions:streets

2.
Resolution declaring buildings are abandoned.

No additional detail provided

K.
Resolution declaring the need to amend the 2009 International Fire Code providing for additional local amendments as adopted on February 25, 2014, amending Chapter 5, Section 506.1 issuance of Key Boxes; providing an effective date of March 26, 2019 and directing the City Clerk to make copies of this Resolution and maintain copies in the Office of the City Clerk.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:building codes

IX.
L.

No additional detail provided

1.
Joint Resolution with the Oklahoma City Water Utilities Trust authorizing the execution of the Conformed Settlement Agreement with the State of Oklahoma, Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma, Chickasaw Nation, and Oklahoma City Water Utilities Trust and such conformed exhibits as reviewed and affirmed by the Municipal Counselor, or designee, as conforming to the Conformed Settlement Agreement and the Settlement Act;

AND/OR

Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, water, and settlement

2.
Enter into executive session to discuss Chickasaw Nation and Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma v. Mary Fallin, Rudolf Herrman, Tom Buchanan, Linda Lambert, Ford Drummond, Ed Fite, Marilyn Feaver, Kenneth K. Knowles, Richard Sevenoaks, Joe Taron, J.D. Strong, City of Oklahoma City, and Oklahoma City Water Utilities Trust, United States District Court for the Western District of Oklahoma, Case No. CIV-11-927-W, and Oklahoma Water Resources Board v. United States of America et al., United States District Court for the Western District of Oklahoma, Case Number CIV-12-275-W, and Dale Jackson et al., v. The Oklahoma Water Resources Board and the City of Oklahoma City, District Court of Pushmataha County for the State of Oklahoma, Case No. CV-2017-32, on advice of legal counsel to receive confidential communications from its attorneys concerning the above litigation and the implementation of the Settlement Agreement, as authorized by 25 O.S. (Supp. 2018) 307(B)(4), because disclosure would seriously impair the ability of the public body to conduct the litigation or proceed in the public interest.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:legal, utility, Utility, water, communications, Communications, court, and settlement

IX.
M.

1. Resolution authorizing the Municipal Counselor to confess Judgment without admitting liability in the case of Debra Acker v. The City of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma County District Court Case No. CJ-2018-2776; AND/OR

Tagged Passions:legal and court

2.
Enter into executive session on advice of the Municipal Counselor to receive confidential communications from its attorney regarding settlement of this case as authorized by 25 O.S. (2018 Supp.) 307(B)(4) because disclosure would seriously impair the ability of the public body to conduct settlement in the public interest.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:legal, communications, Communications, and settlement

N.
1. Resolution authorizing the Municipal Counselor to confess Judgment without admitting liability in the case of Auquana Lancaster v. The City of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma County District Court Case No. CJ-2018-4050;

AND/OR

Tagged Passions:legal and court

2.
Enter into executive session on advice of the Municipal Counselor to receive confidential communications from its attorney regarding settlement of this case as authorized by 25 O.S. (2018 Supp.) 307(B)(4), because disclosure would seriously impair the ability of the public body to conduct settlement in the public interest.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:legal, communications, Communications, and settlement

O.
1. Resolution authorizing the Municipal Counselor to confess Judgment without admitting liability in the case of Monica Lucas, individually, and Brenda Bayazeed, individually, v. The City of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma County District Court Case No. CJ-2018-108;

AND/OR

Tagged Passions:legal and court

2.
Enter into executive session on advice of the Municipal Counselor to receive confidential communications from its attorney regarding settlement of this case as authorized by 25 O.S. (2018 Supp.) 307(B)(4) because disclosure would seriously impair the ability of the public body to conduct settlement in the public interest.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:legal, communications, Communications, and settlement

IX.
P.

1. Resolution authorizing the Municipal Counselor to confess judgment without admitting liability in the case of Shaun Russell v. The City of Oklahoma City, et al., Oklahoma County District Court Case No. CJ-2018-3687; AND/OR

Tagged Passions:legal and court

2.
Enter into executive session on advice of the Municipal Counselor to receive confidential communications from its attorney concerning the above pending litigation, as authorized by 25 O.S. (2018 Supp.) 307(B)(4), because disclosure would seriously impair the ability of the public body to conduct the pending litigation in the public interest.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:legal, communications, and Communications

Q.
Enter into executive session on advice of the Municipal Counselor to receive confidential communications from its attorney concerning the case styled Demetria Campbell v. City of Oklahoma City, et al, in the Oklahoma County District Court Case No. CJ-2015-4217, as authorized by 25 O.S. (2018 Supp.) 307(B)(4), because disclosure would seriously impair the ability of the public body to conduct the pending litigation in the public interest.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:legal, communications, Communications, and court

R.
Enter into executive session on advice of the Municipal Counselor to receive confidential communications with its attorney regarding pending litigation in the case of The City of Oklahoma City v. Hilltop Plaza, LLC, et al., Oklahoma County District Court Case No. CV-2012-1841, as authorized by 25 O.S. (2018 Supp.) 307(B)(4), because disclosure would seriously impair the ability of the public body to deal with the pending litigation in the public interest.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:legal, communications, Communications, and court

IX.
S.

No additional detail provided

1.
Claims recommended for denial:

No additional detail provided

a.
Barbara Fortelney 2,144.12 (Ward 4)

No additional detail provided

b.
Kaylee Harris 354 (Ward 4)

No additional detail provided

c.
Delicia Reed 250 (Ward 2)

AND/OR

2.
Enter into executive session on advice of the Municipal Counselor to receive confidential communications from its attorney concerning the above claims as authorized by 25 O.S. (2018 Supp.) 307(B)(4), because disclosure would seriously impair the ability of the public body to deal with the pending claims in the public interest.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:legal, communications, and Communications

X.
A.

No additional detail provided

1.
Claims recommended for approval:

No additional detail provided

a.
James Allen 58.40 (Ward 7)

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David Barclay 17 (Ward 2)

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c.
Sharon Benefield 200.69 (Ward 3)

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d.
Fruilan Calderun 532.72 (Ward 7)

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e.
Myrna Cook 17 (Ward 8)

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Kristopher Ducharme 177.78 (Ward 3)

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Marcia Hamilton 233 (Ward 8)

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h.
Brooke Harter 534.91 (Ward 8)

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Lance Hiltbrand 27

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Nina Kerr 123.08 (Ward 7)

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k.
Willie Keys 83 (Ward 3)

l. Wendell McMahan 52 (Ward 4)

m.
Kimberly Reeves 187.34 (Ward 7)

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n.
Tarell Smith 586.93 (Ward 7)

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Allison Stroud 17 (Ward 2)

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Leigh Szabo 592.69 (Ward 3)

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q.
Jeanette Williams-Snyder 311.02 (Ward 1)

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Enter into executive session on advice of the Municipal Counselor to receive confidential communications from its attorney concerning the above claims as authorized by 25 O.S. (2018 Supp.) 307(B)(4), because disclosure would seriously impair the ability of the public body to deal with the pending claims in the public interest.

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Tagged Passions:legal, communications, and Communications

XI.
Items from Council

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Tagged Passions:council

A.
Ordinance on final hearing, relating to Noise; amending Chapter 34 of the Oklahoma City Municipal Code, 2010, by amending Section 34-2 to provide for the definition of quot;Engine Brake quot; and by amending Section 34-4 to include the operation of Engine Brakes in the Specific Prohibitions. Councilman McAtee

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Tagged Passions:ordinance, hearing, and noise

B.
Resolution acknowledging the cultural and historic significance of the property at 1440 North Everest Avenue, known as the Brockway Center, as a significant part of the Oklahoma City community; further expressing the Citys strong support for collaborative efforts to preserve this monument to vigorous efforts for the moral, social, spiritual, economic and civic welfare of women and children in our City; and further declaring that this culturally historic structure should never be demolished as such would permanently remove a rich part of the historic fabric of our City. Ward 7.

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Tagged Passions:historic, property, and monuments

XII.
City Manager Reports

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Tagged Passions:administrator and manager

A.
Presentation of Economic Development Retail Strategy

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Tagged Passions:strategic, economic development, development, and Development

B.
Presentation of City Council Priority Briefing - quot;Promote Safe, Secure and Thriving Neighborhoods quot; Part Two

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Tagged Passions:council and neighborhood

C.
February 2019 Sales and Use Tax Collections

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Tagged Passions:sale, taxes, and Taxes

D.
Annual Debt Report

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Claims and Payroll

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XIII.
Citizens to be Heard

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