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Oxford Board of Aldermen Agenda for Tonight’s Meeting

Oxford Board of Aldermen
Tuesday, July 16, 5 p.m.
City Hall courtroom

1. Call to order.
2. Adopt the agenda for the meeting.
3. Mayor’s Report
4. Authorize the approval of the minutes of the Regular Meeting on July 2, 2019.
5. Authorize the approval of accounts for all city departments.
6. Consider the consent agenda:
a. Request permission for two officers to attend the First Responders of MS/Lawfit Event on July 26-27, 2019 in Madison, MS at an estimated cost of $581.79. (Jeff McCutchen)
b. Request permission for Alizabeth Bowlus and Zychuria Vance to intern with OPD for the Fall 2019 Semester. (Jeff McCutchen)
c. Request permission to accept the transfer of an employee from the Public Works Department to the Police Department. (Braxton Tullos)
d. Request permission to accept the voluntary demotion of an officer in the Oxford Police Department. (Braxton Tullos)
e. Request permission to accept the resignation of an officer in Oxford Police Department. (Braxton Tullos)
f. Request permission to hire a Seasonal Laborer in the Buildings & Grounds Department. (Braxton Tullos)
g. Request permission to hire a Part-Time Facility Worker for the Oxford Conference Center. (Braxton Tullos)
h. Request permission for two officers to attend an Officer Resiliency Program on September 16-18, 2019 in Ridgeland at an estimated cost of $972. (Jeff McCutchen)
i. Request permission for two Deputy City Clerks to attend the 2019 CMC Fall Session on October 30- November 1, 2019, in Oxford at an estimated cost of $400. (Ashley Atkinson)
j. Request permission for the director to attend the MS Tourism Association Board Meeting & Strategic Planning Session in Jackson on August 5, 2019, at an estimated cost of $190. (Hayden Guest)
k. Request permission for the Water Treatment Plant Supervisor to attend the MSRWA and MDEQ water/wastewater training in Tupelo on October 8-10, 2019 at an estimated cost of $175. (Rob Neely)
l. Request permission for the training officer to attend training on Fire Studio Software in Georgia on July 21-24, 2019 at an estimated cost of $1,031 (Joey Gardner)

7. Presentation of Life Saver Award. (Jeff McCutchen)
8. Recognition of John R. Bradley for his service on the Planning Commission.
9. Announce a vacancy on the Planning Commission.
10. Adopt a proclamation for the Americans with Disabilities Act.
11. Authorize an appointment to the Mayor’s Commission on Disabilities.
12. Authorize a re-appointment to the Oxford Park Commission.
13. Request permission to accept the Official Recapitulation for the Special Election for Ward IV, held on July 2, 2019, as certified by the Election Commissioners. (Ashley Atkinson)
14. Request permission to declare equipment surplus in the Environmental Services Department and authorize its disposal on govdeals.com. (Amberlyn Liles)
15. Request permission to accept the donation of a phone booth. (Greg Pinion)
16. Request permission to surplus equipment in the Oxford Fire Department and authorize its disposal. (Joey Gardner)
17. Request permission to apply for the 3rd Quarter Firehouse Subs grant in the amount of $30,000.00 with no match. (Joey Gardner)
18. Request approval of Planning Commission Case #2507-Final Approval for extension of city utilities for “Briarwood Subdivision-Phase 2A” for property located at 480 CR 101, being further identified as PPINs 3325 & 3331. (Gray Parker)
19. First reading of a proposed Ordinance for Case #2510, amending the Land Development to correct mistakes and make modifications. (Ben Requet)
20. Discuss a request from the Planning Commission to form a committee to evaluate the municipal signage in the Historic Urban Center. (Ben Requet)
21. First reading of a proposed Ordinance amending Chapter 74, Article 74-13, prohibiting the use, purchase, possession, distribution, sale or offering for sale of synthetic cocaine or other synthetic products. (Jeff McCutchen)
22. Consider a contract with Daniels & Associates, Inc. for professional engineering services related to the relocation of water and sewer utilities for the MDOT project at Highway 7 South, South Lamar, CR 401, and Tanner Drive. (Reanna Mayoral)
23. Consider the recommendation of the Downtown Parking Advisory Committee regarding parking revenue and expense model, including pricing structure for monthly parking permits. (Bart Robinson)
24. Request permission to advertise an RFP for parking guidance and technology for the downtown parking garage. (Bart Robinson)
25. Consider a proposal from Elliott & Britt Engineering for redistricting and preparation of Voting Ward Plan. (Bart Robinson)
26. Consider a request from Innovative Construction Management, LLC for an early morning concrete pour for the Lafayette County Elementary School. (Bart Robinson)
27. Consider an executive session.
28. Recess to meet on Wednesday, July 17, 2019, at 12 pm in the Old RSVP Building next to City Hall.

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