Month 1999-6 June
Meeting of 1999-6-11 Special Meeting
LAWTON CITY COUNCIL SPECIAL MEETING
JUNE 11, 1999 - 8:45 A.M.
WAYNE GILLEY CITY HALL COUNCIL CHAMBER
Mayor Cecil E. Powell, Also Present:
Presiding Bill Baker, City Manager
Frank Jensen, Deputy City Attorney
Brenda Smith, City Clerk
The meeting was called to order at 8:48 a.m. by Mayor Powell. Notice of meeting and agenda
were posted on the City Hall notice board as required by State Law.
PRESENT: G. Wayne Smith, Ward One
Richard Williams, Ward Two
Glenn Devine, Ward Three
Charles Beller, Ward Six
Stanley Haywood, Ward Seven
ABSENT: Robert Shanklin, Ward Five
John Purcell, Ward Four
Randy Warren, Ward Eight
1. Consider adopting a resolution endorsing a road construction project on SE
Road between Lee Boulevard and Gore Boulevard. Exhibits: Resolution No. 99-68; Public Lands
Deborah Jones, Assistant City Planner, said the application is to apply to the Federal Highway
Administration, through ODOT, for funding for SE Flower Mound Road for a four-lane,
undivided roadway to serve the proposed Veterans' Center and enhance the street network. She
recommended authorization of filing of the application, which was approved by the Lawton
Metropolitan Area Planning Commission on Wednesday as the MPO. The application will be
forwarded by special delivery due to the deadline. Endorsement from State and Federal
legislative officials will be included with the application if possible. Amount applied for will be
Beller asked if this would be a total grant for the project. Mayor Powell said we were asked to
apply by Bob Rose at ODOT and it is an in-kind grant with no matching requirement for this
mile section of roadway from Lee to Gore Boulevard.
MOVED by Haywood, SECOND by Devine, for approval of the application and Resolution No.
Baker said other parts of Flower Mound Road would be considered for funding in the upcoming
capital improvement program. Mayor Powell said that would include the portion going north to
VOTE ON MOTION: AYE: Williams, Devine, Beller, Haywood, Smith. NAY: None. MOTION
(Title only) Resolution No. 99-68
A resolution endorsing a road construction project on SE Flower Mound Road from Lee
Boulevard to Gore Boulevard.
Mayor Powell invited everyone to the Relay for Life event tonight at 7 p.m. at the Eisenhower
track complex. The event is to increase awareness of the need for cancer prevention measures.
There being no further business to consider, the meeting adjourned at 8:53 a.m. upon motion,
second and roll call vote.