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May 18, 2014

City commissioners facing busy agenda

Agreements, bid approvals and the city manager’s annual performance review are all part of a full agenda facing Woodward City Commissioners Monday.

The meeting is set for 7 p.m. in the commission room at city hall.

Several facility use agreements are part of the consent agenda, including:

• Use of Crystal Beach Stadium for a monster truck show on June 28

• Use of band shell for a summer camp and concert on June 4

• Northwest Oklahoma Junior Rodeo Association to use roundup club arena for rodeos on May 24-25 and Aug. 9-10.

Also on the agenda are a number of supplemental budget agreements for the softball complex, 34th Street project and fire station project.

Commissioners will also be asked to approve a bid from Preferred Roofing for $62,421.54 to repair the covered parking area at public works, and to approve a bid from Cummins Construction for paving overlay on Main Street.

Also on the agenda is a request to use $52,996.33 in escrow credit to reduce fees for the workers’ compensation plan. The workers compensation premium for the next year is $447,363.59, an increase of 10.88 percent.

Also on the agenda is an agreement with William S. Key to use inmate labor on city projects and a request from the county for the city to dedicate a portion of the northwest corner of the municipal golf course for an entrance into the new county facilities.  The county will build a fence between the golf course and the fairgrounds.

An executive session is scheduled for the performance review of the city manager.

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