A meeting of the Woodward City Commission was held Monday night in the commission room of convention hall.

City commissioners discussed numerous items including an update from Matt Lehenbauer, director of city-county emergency management services, on the possibility of storm shelters for the city. Lehenbauer also discussed various grants that are being worked on to locate and map storm shelters, private and other, to help in a weather disaster situation.

The commissioners voted on bids for city workers’ uniforms and accepted a bid from Ameripride Linen and Apparel in the amount of $8,775. Commissioners also voted to accept a bid from Kline Materials, Inc. for concrete. The bid was for $57.45 per yard.

Commissioners approved K-101’s use of parking lots at the fairgrounds for the Fall-a-Days Trade Show and the Woodward Schools use of the tennis courts.

Commissioners were brought up to date with the new master plan for the Crystal Beach Sports Complex and also told how the new plan will work together with plans being drawn up for the rest of the park by City Manager Allan Riffel.

Eugene Shahan also addressed the commission to ask for the closing of an alley located at block one of the Woodward View Estates so that a larger lot could be made for resale. The commissioners voted to close the alley.

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