A pending audit investigation and a property matter will be the 2 main topics of discussion for Woodward City Commissioners when they gather for their next regular meeting.

The city commission will convene at 7 p.m. Monday, April 7 in City Hall.

The meeting will open with a public hearing relative to a request from Kenny Snider to close and vacate Glendale Road in the Lakeridge Addition.

According to a letter that was included in the city agenda packet, Snider said "By vacating the street I will be able to gain two additional lots to construct new homes on."

Following the public hearing, in which any citizen may voice concerns, questions, objections or support for the matter, the city commissioners will enter into their regular session for a vote on the proposed road closure.

The commissioners are then slated to consider an ordinance to vacate that portion of the Lakeridge Addition before voting on Snider's request to re-plat the area to create the 2 additional lots referenced in the letter.

After addressing this property issue, city commissioners are slated to meet in an executive session to communicate with counsel about a pending investigation from the Oklahoma State Auditor and inspector's office.

However, it doesn't appear that the city commissioners will be taking any public action regarding whatever they may discuss during the executive session as their agenda does not include any action items relating to the audit investigation.

The only other items on the city agenda are routine consent docket items as well as the commissioner and city manager reports.


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