Month 1995-4 April
Meeting of 1995-4-11 Regular Meeting
LAWTON CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING
APRIL 11, 1995 - 6:00 P.M.
COUNCIL CHAMBER - WAYNE GILLEY CITY HALL
John T. Marley, Mayor, Also Present:
Presiding Gil Schumpert, City Manager
Felix Cruz, City Attorney
Brenda Smith, City Clerk
The meeting was called to order at 6:00 p.m. by Mayor Marley.
Notice of meeting and agenda were posted on the City Hall
bulletin board as required by law.
Present: Jeff Sadler, Ward One
Babe Whatley, Ward Two
Jerry Shelton, Ward Three
Thomas Leon, Ward Four
Alvis Kennedy, Ward Five
Richard Zarle, Ward Six
Leila Barfield, Ward Seven
Robert Mitchell, Ward Eight
Jim Branscum, At-Large No. 1
Absent: Glen Alford, At-Large No. 2
AUDIENCE PARTICIPATION: Harold Crump, inserted verbatim in
Minutes; Robert Selby - Item 5.
1. Ordinance on stormwater drainage tabled for committee to be
appointed by Mayor and confirmed by Council; ordinance to be
returned in 60 days.
2. Resolution amending Appendix A, Schedule of Fees and
Charges, re: stormwater drainage regulation tabled until
ordinance is returned.
3. Ord. 95-18 rezoning 1801-1815 SW "A" from C-1 to C-5;
discussed amending Code re: mini storage in C-4 not on major
4. Public hearing on Consolidated Plan held - Staff to call
Sadler re: assistance for wheelchair bound person needing
5. Police arbitration - Res. 95-36 adopted setting special
election for May 16.
6. Damage claims denied: Leon and Brenda Moody; Allstate
Insurance (Henry Vicks); Allstate Insurance (John and Janice
Wolverton); Allstate Insurance (J. W. Cox); Linda G. and Donnie
Neeley; and Dawn A. and Steven P. Doan.
7. Res. 95-37 setting E-911 fee for July 1, 1995 through June
30, 1996 (5%).
8. Res. 95-38 designating areas in City parks where use of
sound amplification equipment will be allowed.
9. Res. 95-39 endorsing efforts to continue receiving Impact
Aid funds for schools.
1. Resolution 95-40 adopted for OWRB loan.
2. Pecan Valley water line and bonds accepted after
10. Change Order No. 1 and accept 1990 Squaw Creek
Improvements and Sanitary Sewer Relocation and place Maintenance
Bond into effect - approved but discussed separately.
11. Employment Agreement with Brenda Smith as City Clerk
12. Damage claims approved: Patsy and Walter E. Bard - $45;
Daniel W and Tina Martin - $35; Michael J. and Kristie D. Jung -
$146.40; Herb's Foods Inc. - $69.70; David J. and Eve Shriner -
$38.50; George H. and Deborah Brown - $399.50; Marty A. and Terry
R. Marshall - Res. 95-41 - $1,140.50.
13. Res. 95-42 worker's comp. - Kelsey R. Mundell - approved
but discussed separately.
14. Res. 95-43 amending Appendix A, Schedule of Fees, setting
fees for color maps/plot and reproduction of certain City
documents, approved but discussed separately. Information to show
previous and proposed fees.
15. Outside fire contracts - Mr. and Mrs. Clark Guthrie; Mr.
Kenneth R. Harmon; Mr. James D. Loden.
16. Boat/personal watercraft rental concession at Lawtonka not
to be considered.
17. Financing of SSES/WWTP engineering; and improvements to
Landfill - Option 1 approved.
18. Request from Carl Lindgren to amend Robinson's Landing
concession lease to rent boats less than 12' - approved.
19. Agreement with Grace Harding Homes for litter control and
20. Audit - letter of engagement with Stanfield & O'Dell.
21. Ammunition - C & G Wholesale, The Hunting Shack, Inc., Law
Enforcement Equipment, Ultramax Ammunition.
22. Hurst tool repair - Fire Supply, Inc.
23. Used UHF micor-repeater - Lawton Communications.
24. Bedding plants - Alexandria Nurseries.
25. Custodial maintenance - Extend contracts with J & J
Janitorial, Service One Janitorial, and Universal Cleaning.
26. Extend contract for crane service - Barrett Brothers.
27. Extend contract for auctioneer service - Jim Midgley
28. Mayor's Appointments: Personnel Board - Dena Riede;
Commission on Aging - Beth Wellborn; Committee for Naming Public
Facilities - Herman Herrerra.
29. Payroll approved.
EXECUTIVE SESSION ITEMS:
30. Cowley, Selby and Smith v. City and Schumpert - Holloway,
Dobson law firm to represent City and Schumpert.
31. Claim against Lyle Misel - file suite to recover damages.
32. Palmer v. Calloway - Res. 95-44 adopted authorizing
settlement of $6,000.
REPORTS: Schumpert said happy faces would be put on traffic
caution lights as maintenance was done. EPA order on closure post
closure costs has been extended to April 1997.
Mayor Marley said swearing in on May 1 would be held at 4:30 p.m.
ADJOURNED AT: 10:45 p.m.