Woodward City Commissioners will consider a number of rezoning requests during their regular meeting Monday at 7 p.m. in City Hall.

Public hearings will be held on each of the following requested zoning changes:

• 5406 Oklahoma Ave. from I-2 General Industrial District to I-3 Industrial District to allow a recycling business to be operated on the property, requested by Paul and Sue Laird;

• 1423 Texas Ave. from C-1 Neighborhood Shopping District to C-2 General Commercial District to allow for a storage facility to be constructed on the property, requested by 4 Rent Inc.; and

• 17th & Webster, adjacent to railroad tracks, from R-2 General Residential District to C-2 General Commercial District to allow for a storage facility to be constructed on the property, requested by R & L Financial Solutions, LLC.

Those wishing to speak concerning any of these proposed rezonings should arrive at the commission meeting early as they will be asked to sign in prior to the start of the public hearings.  Those who have not signed up in advance may not be allowed to speak.

Following the public hearings, city commissioners will discuss and vote on each of the rezoning requests separately.

The commissioners are also slated to take action on bids for the Woodward Streetscape improvement project.  According to the agenda packet, a bid tabulation and recommendation from the project architect will be provided during Monday's meeting.

In other business, the commissioners will consider:

• 2 claims totaling $563 against the city for sewer expenses from residents in the 2300 block of Main and 2300 block of Kansas relative to a plug in the main sewer line;

• revising city code on abandoned, junked and inoperable vehicles to revise the definition of such vehicles and to shorten the time period for which property owners have to remove the vehicles to an authorized place of storage or salvage from 10 days to just 2 days before the vehicles can be impounded.

The commission agenda also includes a presentation from Richard Kahoe, president of the Woodward Farmers Market Association.

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