PUBLIC MEETING NOTICE

REGULAR MEETING OF THE CLINTON CITY COUNCIL

CLINTON CITY HALL

TUESDAY, JULY 20, 2021, 5:30 P.M.

AGENDA

 

1.    CALL TO ORDER, OPENING PRAYER/PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

 

Rick Robart, Pastor, First United Methodist Church

Doug Greer, Service Officer, American Legion Post 41

 

2.    CONSIDER APPROVAL OF CONSENT AGENDA

 

(This item is placed on the agenda so the Clinton City Council, by unanimous consent, can designate those routine items they wish to be approved by one motion.  If an item does not meet the approval of all members, that item will be heard in regular order.)

 

A.   Consider minutes from July 6, 2021

B.   Consider minutes from Economic Development Authority 6/22/21 and 6/29/21

 

3.      DISCUSSION, CONSIDERATION, AND POSSIBLE ACTION REGARDING:

 

A.           ††††Condemnation of Property at 1733 Walton Road

B.        Chamber of Commerce request for Street Closure for Friends on Frisco July 23 and August 27 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.; Frisco Avenue between 5th Str. And 7th Str.

C.        Renewal Agreement for Multi County Youth and Family Services Community Intervention Center (CIC)

D.        Appointments to Planning and Zoning Board, Board of Adjustments and Personnel Board

 

4.    NEW BUSINESS (If any, pursuant to Section 311.9 of the Oklahoma Open Meeting Act.)

 

5.    COUNCIL COMMENTS

 

6.    CITY MANAGERíS COMMENTS

 

7.    AUDIENCE PARTICIPATION (According to Audience Participation Decorum Guidelines at Clinton City Council Public Meetings effective: 2/14/2017)

 

8.    ADJOURN

Filed this 16th Day of July, 2021.  Posted on the bulletin board in the lobby of the Clinton City Hall on July 16, 2021 at 5:00 p.m.

 

 

All items on this agenda, including but not limited to any agenda item concerning the adoption of any ordinance, resolution, contract, agreement, or any other item of business, are subject to amendment, including additions and/or deletions. This rule will apply to every individual agenda item without exception, and without providing this same amendment language with respect to each individual agenda item. Such amendments should be rationally related to the topic of the agenda item, or the governing body will be advised to continue the item.

The governing body may adopt, approve, ratify, deny, defer, recommend, amend, strike, or continue any agenda item. When more information is needed to act on an item, the governing body may refer the matter to its City/Trust Manager, staff, attorney or to the recommending board, commission, or committee.