Month 2009-1 January
Meeting of 2009-1-20 Special Meeting
LAWTON CITY COUNCIL SPECIAL MEETING
JANUARY 20, 2009 6:00 P.M.
WAYNE GILLEY CITY HALL COUNCIL CHAMBER
Mayor John P. Purcell, Jr. Also
Mitchell, City Manager
Jensen, City Attorney
Hushbeck, City Clerk
Mayor Purcell called the meeting to order at 6:00 p.m. Notice of meeting and agenda
on the City Hall notice board as required by law.
Shoemate, Ward One
James Hanna, Ward Two
Janice Drewry, Ward Three
Jay Burk, Ward Four
Robert Shanklin, Ward Five
Warren, Ward Eight
Patton, Ward Six
Haywood, Ward Seven
1. Consider receiving a briefing on the NE Rogers Lane (Flower
Mound to I-44) Project #2008-1 from Garver Engineers and providing direction to staff as appropriate. Exhibits: None.
A presentation was made by Keith R. Duncan, Garver Engineers, regarding East Rogers
Improvements. Slide presentation is attached.
City Council allowed audience participation:
Al Caldwell, stated he has lived there since 1989 and suggested they repair
and build up the
bank at the big loop that starts at the west side of Cache Creek and comes around behind his
house and floods Cache Creek. This would eliminate 90% of the water that comes through there.
He stated these could be fixed and this study is flawed.
Motion made by the City Council regarding the level of protection and level of water
MOVED by Burk, SECOND by Drewry, to direct staff to proceed with the design criteria of
Annual Chance of Overtopping at an estimated cost of $3,500,000. AYE: Hanna, Drewry, Burk,
Warren, Shoemate. NAY: Shanklin. MOTION CARRIED.
Mr. Duncan stated this $3.5 million are costs over and above leaving it at the 20%
Motion made by the City Council regarding the alternatives with the issue of the
MOVED by Burk, SECOND by Drewry, to proceed with the divided south Alternative 2.
AYE: Drewry, Burk, Shanklin, Warren, Shoemate, Hanna. NAY: None. MOTION CARRIED.
There being no further business to consider, the meeting adjourned at 7:53 p.m. upon
second and roll call vote.
/s/ John P. Purcell, Jr.______________
JOHN P. PURCELL, JR., MAYOR
TRACI HUSHBECK, CITY CLERK