Heavener City Council agenda 5-6-2021

City hall

The Heavener City Council will meet in a regular business meeting Thursday at 6 p.m. in the city hall at 103 East Avenue B.

Here is the agenda:

CALL TO ORDER – Chairman

ROLL CALL – Clerk

INVOCATION – Chairman

 

 

  1. Approval of minutes from previous meeting.
  1. Approval of purchase orders presented for payment.
  1. Consider, discuss, and take action on Resolution # 2021-004 authorizing application for the Choctaw Nation grant to support restoration of the old city hall, community theater and the Masonic Lodge.
  1. Consider, discuss, and take action to adopt Proclamation # 2021-001 to make Heavener a Purple Heart City.
  1. Floor is open for nomination to fill one empty position on the Heavener Utility Authority Board of Trustees.
  1. Consider and take action on code violations for Medina Donaciano for property located at 400 West Avenue G, for rank weeds and grass.
  1. Consider and take action on code violations for Mountain Gateway Investments LLC, for property located at 305 West Avenue F, for rank weeds and grass.
  1. Consider and take action on code violations for Maria SanPedro Cruz for property located at 510 West Avenue F, for rank weeds and grass.
  1. Consider and take action on code violations for Mary L. and P. Yazbeck for property located at 800 West 2nd, for rank weeds and grass.
  1. City Commission votes to enter into executive session (requires majority vote of quorum of the members present to enter).
  1. Enter executive session with city manager and attorney for confidential communications, as authorized by 25 O.S. Sect. 307 (B) concerning:
  1. Promotion of Officer Adam Nelson from part time at $13 hour, to full time at $15 hour.
  2. Replacement of faulty and non-working Police equipment
  1. Reconvene in open meeting.
  1. Consider, discuss and take action on promoting Officer Adam Nelson from part time at $13 hour, to full time at $15 hour.
  1. Consider, discuss and take action on approving funding for the purchase of new equipment for the police department. The items are needed to replace faulty and non-working units: Radios $11,000, body cams $ 9,000, tasers $4,000 and radar units $3,000. The total purchase shall not exceed $ 29,000.
  1. New Business / Public Comments (the public will be recognized by the Mayor from a sign-in sheet, where each citizen wishing to address the city commission, shall sign their name and the request or purpose for being recognized).
  1. Department. heads’ reports
  1. Treasurer’s report
  1. City manager’s report
  1. Trustees’/chairman’s report
  1. Adjourn

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