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Published on April 14th, 2012 | by Newt Rayburn


Oxford, Mississippi Board of Aldermen Agenda – April 17, 2012 – 6:00 pm

Oxford, Mississippi Board of Aldermen Agenda
April 17, 2012 – 6:00 pm

  1. Call to order.
  2. Adopt the agenda for the meeting.
  3. Mayor’s Report.
  4. Authorize approval of minutes of recessed meeting on March 28, 2012, regular meeting on April 3, 2012 and special meeting on April 3, 2012.
  5. Authorize approval of accounts for all city departments.
  6. Adopt Arbor Day resolution.
  7. Adopt proclamation for May as “Bike Month”.
  8. Report from Oxford Enterprise Center. (Holly Kelly and Eddie Wood)
  9. Report on Tree Board activities. (Cowan Hunter)
  10. Adopt resolution authorizing liquidation of assets and termination of Community Health Foundation Fund, pending County Board of Supervisors approval.
  11. Third reading and vote of a rezoning ordinance for property located on Old Taylor Road west of the Marks Condominiums from CE, Country Estate, to Planned Unit Development, PUD. (Tim Akers)
  12. First reading of an ordinance amending the Blackberry Hills Planned Unit Development (PUD) located on the north side of Molly Barr Road west of Christman Drive. (Tim Akers)
  13. Approve change order for Hooker Construction for the Burns Church renovation project. (Tim Akers)
  14. Final plat approval for Franklin Farms Phase II Subdivision. (Tim Akers)
  15. Authorize approval to submit MDOT Multi-Modal grant application for $12,000.00 to procure bus bike racks. (Tim Akers)
  16. Authorize revisions to Oxford Reserve and Trust local and private legislation. (Pope Mallette)
  17. Adopt minutes for authorization of revisions of Oxford Reserve and Trust local and private legislation. (Lisa Carwyle)
  18. Request permission for two public works employees to attend the Engineer/Surveyor Training, MS Rural Water Association in Oxford, MS on May 8, 2012. (Bart Robinson)
  19. Request permission for one wastewater treatment plant operator to attend MWPCOA Short Course in Starkville, MS at a cost of $785.00. (Bart Robinson)
  20. Award bids for Water Plant Demolition for plant previously operated by Bell Utilities. (Bart Robinson)
  21. Award bids for south 11th Street, Van Buren Boulevard Utility Rehabilitation. (Bart Robinson)
  22. Request permission for Assistant Superintendent to travel to Nashville, TN on May 8-9, 2012 to the TVPPA Certified Power Executive – Dynamics of Change class with a cost of $1,102.00. (Rob Neely)
  23. Request permission for Assistant Superintendent to attend the Municipal Smart Grid Summit in San Diego, CA on June 4-7, 2012. (Rob Neely)
  24. Accept grant from Homeland Security for CERT (Community Emergency Response Team) training and equipment and to designate Jimmy Allgood as the grant administrator. (Jimmy Allgood)
  25. Request permission for four firefighters to attend the 75th MS Firefighters Conference in Jackson MS on May 31-June 3, 2012 at a cost of $736.00. (Mike Hill)
  26. Authorize advertisement of old ladder truck on govdeals.com. (Mike Hill)
  27. Consider approval of taxi driver permits for Lyle C. Hatfield and Ronald D. Swinney. (Mike Martin)
  28. Authorize Mayor Patterson to sign MDOT Urban Youth Corps Program MOU. (Al Hope)
  29. Authorize advertisement for one part time project coordinator and twenty five part time laborers related to the MDOT Youth Corps Program. (Al Hope)
  30. Request permission to amend budget for back ground checks. (Al Hope)
  31. Consider executive session.

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Newt Rayburn founded THE LOCAL VOICE in March of 2006. Previously, Newt was Editor of PROFANE EXISTENCE in Minneapolis, and Art Director for Ole Miss' LIVING BLUES magazine. Newt won a National Magazine Award in 1999 for his SOUTHERN MUSIC ISSUE with THE OXFORD AMERICAN. A seventh-generation Lafayette County, Mississippian, Newt Rayburn's alter ego—Neuter Cooter—lead the Mississippi band THE COOTERS to Rocknoll Glory across the USA from 1993-2018. Newt is a family man who also is a publisher, photographer, writer, musician, landlord, and Civil War enthusiast.

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