In addition to the rate increases, the following will be discussed at the AMA meeting. The consent agenda will include the approval of the AMA minutes of July 20, and approving the purchase orders (P.O.'s) for fiscal year (FY) 2009-2010 for the Enterprise Fund for $25,302.44 and P.O.'s for FY 2010-2011 for the Enterprise Fund for $1,486,118.17 and the PSA Dewberry claim for $13,118.54 for the City hall. This is paid from Sales Tax Revenue Note, Series 2009.
The trustees will consider purchasing transformers for the Electric Department, getting bids to haul wood chips from the Adams Street location, and soliciting bids for the splicing of fiber optic cable for communications between the new City Complex and all outside City Departments.
The City Council meeting consent agenda will include approving the minutes of the July 20 meeting, and approval of P.O.'s for 2009-2010 such as the General Fund for $15,571.27, Workers Comp Fund for $134.01, the Airport Fund totaling $599.40, and the Street & Alley Fund for $2,934.25. In the 2010-2011, P.O.'s including the General Fund for $71,339.89, Workers Comp Fund for $11,758.33, the Assurance Fund for $394.68, the ODOC Grant Fund for $73,200, the Airport Fund for $1,271.49, the Hotel/Motel Tax Fund for $12,996.45, the ODOT Fund for $83,969.10, the Street & Alley Fund for $4,789.25, and the Cemetery Perpetual Fund for $345.95. It also includes approving the Mayor to sign a contract with True Steel LLC for the new hangar / terminal. The payroll for Aug. 6 estimated to be $385,720.65, with no mandated overtime, and an additional overtime of $8,913.71 for a total of $394,634.36.
The council will receive a report from Southwestern Youth Services.
In addition to these items, the council will consider the following issues: a change order on the telecommunication system for the City Complex, ordering cable for the complex, buying a re-manufactured engine for a loader, regulating discharge of water from swimming pools, changing some zoning, reconsidering an order of demolition, allowing the City Administrator to approve change orders at or below $10,000, the rate increases on sewer, water and landfill fees, and a change order to put stairs and a handrail in the new hangar at the airport.
Mayor T.L. Gramling will make some appointments to the Board of Adjustment and one appointment to the Altus Municipal Area Planning Commission.