The Durant council will consider the following:
— Approval of financing for four police vehicles
— Modification of Stop sign placement on University Boulevard at Third Avenue
— Award of bid for storm siren system
— Acceptance of Emergency Management performance grant
— Authorization to advertise for bids for roof replacement on the old Oklahoma Highway Patrol building
— Nomination of Leta McNatt as a candidate to serve on the Oklahoma Municipal Assurance Group board of trustees
— Authorization for additional position in Animal Control
— Appointment of Amy Tubbs, Duane Merideth and Keith Baxter to the Organized Sports Committee
— Appointment of Mark Webb to the Durant Community Facilities Authority
The council will also consider the placement of life-sized fiberglass “painted ponies” on city property, as well as an appointment to the Park and Recreation Advisory Board and an additional appointment to the Durant Community Facilities Authority.
Under public hearings, the council will discuss the following:
— Request to rezone the property at the 3400 block of North First Avenue from the Agriculture “A-1” District to the General Commercial “C-3” District and the General Residential “R-3” District
— Requests for conditional use permits, one for a liquor store at 729 N. First Avenue and one for the construction of an oil and gas well test drill-site located south of Highway 70, west of 49th Avenue and east of Western Meadows Road
— Consider an application for a Community Development Block Grant with the Economic Development Infrastructure Financing Program for infrastructure improvements benefiting the Spring Air mattress factory
The council will begin public hearings at 5 p.m. Any resident who wishes to voice their approval or concerns with these requests is welcome to attend.