Month 1993-5 May
Meeting of 1993-5-11 Regular Meeting
LAWTON CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING
MAY 11, 1993 - 6:00 P.M.
COUNCIL CHAMBER - WAYNE GILLEY CITY HALL
John T. Marley, Mayor, Also Present:
Presiding Robert Hopkins, City Manager
Felix Cruz, City Attorney
Brenda Smith, City Clerk
The meeting was called to order at 6:15 p.m. by Mayor Marley. Notice of meeting and
were posted on the City Hall bulletin board as required by law.
Present: Jeffrey Sadler, Ward One
Michael Brown, Ward Two
Jerry Shelton, Ward Three
Jana Barker, Ward Four
Alvis Kennedy, Ward Five
Richard Zarle, Ward Six
Leila Barfield, Ward Seven
Robert Mitchell, Ward Eight
Kathy Pippin, At-Large No. 1
Glen Alford, At-Large No. 2
AUDIENCE PARTICIPATION: Doug DeHaven spoke about animal licensing, regulations. Russ
Finch spoke about an ordinance regulating storm water run off in new developments. Raymond
asked for support at the Armed Forces Day Parade. Edith Henderson asked for regulations
prohibiting cigarette vending machines in businesses where they would be accessible to children.
Willie Hopkins, Jr. spoke about gang activity and how it can be curtailed.
1. Architectural services for Museum Expansion Project: Proposals
from architects rejected;
confer with McMahon Foundation to determine disposition of project.
2. Brown elected Mayor Pro Tem.
3. Ord. No. 93-16 rezoning 725 NW 67th St.
4. Damage claim of Clarence & Bobbie Duckett denied.
5. Ord. No. 93-17 requiring display of child care facility permits
in public advertisement
6. Res. No. 93-45 setting 3% E911 fee from July 1, 1993 through
June 30, 1994 approved.
7. Ord. No. 93-18 providing for Community Service in lieu of
fine or in conjunction with
imprisonment approved; and Admin. Policy 2.2.
8. Ord. modifying No Parking requirements at intersections and
near fire stations tabled.
9. Lee Blvd. Turnbay Project approved, funding of $55,000 to
be taken from Council
Contingency; advertise for construction.
10. Grant application to PEW Partnership for Civic Change approved.
Money to be used as
matching funds for ISTEA for bike paths.
11. Damage claims approved: Rinderle, Ellis, and Thomas; Res.
No. 93-46 on VanPelt.
12. Res. No. 93-47 authorizing installation of traffic control
13. Denied traffic control devices.
14. Change Order No. 4 with Bruton Construction for SW 67th Street
15. Ratified LWA action on Lake Lawtonka North Recreation Area
one Day Lease with
Broadco, Inc., General Beverages of Oklahoma, Inc. and Southeast Sales, Inc. - allowing sale of
3.2 beer with children's craft area section to be deleted from lease.
16. Lease of Marathon Oil Company for mineral rights at Lake
Ellsworth - ratify action of
Lawton Water Authority to table pending more information.
17. Amendment to GPIF lease re: Multi Purpose Center approved.
18. Contract with J. Roy Dunning Children's Shelter approved.
19. Professional Services Agreement with Larry Owens approved.
20. Grant with State, DA's Council, for DARE program approved.
21. Contract with Roadback, Inc. approved.
22. Aerial Apparatus - Sutphen
23. Sludge Pump - Hambrick-Ferguson
24. Front-end alignment - Lawton Alignment
25. Steel concrete forms - Ellis Construction; PO's to Prime
26. SCBA Equipment - Mid-Continent Fire & Safety
27. Computer Equipment - Ken Wallis; PO's to BOAC & Matrix
28. Portable gas detectors - Mid-Continent Fire & Safety
29. Police Uniforms - J.B. Battle
30. Extend pre-sort mail service - Southwest Mailing Service
31. Reject trencher backhoe & readvertise
32. Reject stage equipment repair & readvertise
33. Reject police vehicle markings & readvertise
34. Mayor's appointments: Traffic Commission - bob Ross
35. Payroll approved.
36. City Manager & City Clerk contracts approved.
37. Reed v. City; Zarle to serve at settlement conference; Alford
38. Delluomo/Dubber litigation; contract with Manchester law
firm to be returned for City's
39. Dupler litigation - counsel for Puccino not to be provided
by City. No other action needed.
REPORTS: Brown invited Council to NCO Club on Friday, May 21 at 6:30 p.m. for Great
Ambucs presentation of First Annual Gridiron, which will be a light hearted look at civic
Pippin congratulated her brother on the birth of their son Mitchell at 6:30 this morning.
Mayor Marley said the City received a check from the department of Transportation for
for matching funds for Airport improvements.
MEETING ADJOURNED AT; 8:35 p.m.