During the regular meetings Tuesday, the city of Muskogee Public Works and Finance Committees:

• Approved a request from John Haynes Reynolds III to rezone property at 1805 N. York St. from a local commercial district to a general commercial district.

• Approved a request from John Haynes Reynolds III for the preliminary plat of York Street Professional Plaza, a subdivision on North York Street consisting of three lots on 3.84 acres.

• Approved the appointment of Sandra Hine to the Public Nuisance Appeals Board, replacing Doris Kuykendall.

• Approved amending an ordinance concerning the City's Defined Contribution Plan with the Oklahoma Municipal Retirement Fund.

• Approved a resolution to allow the mayor to execute an agreement between the city and the Oklahoma Department of Transportation for funding the Centennial Trail Phase III.

• Received the E-911 report for July 2007.

• Approved the payment of $720.16 to JoAnn Nicholson for damage to her vehicle that was caused by a city vehicle.

• Approved the payment of $188.59 to Lloyd Booth for damage to a windshield on his vehicle that was caused by a city vehicle.

• Approved a $9,463 bid from Carpenter Decorating for 22-foot artificial Christmas tree to be placed at the Muskogee Civic Center.

• Approved the $2,530.76 bid on improvements to the main drain on the pool at the Swim and Fitness Center from the Natare Corp.

• Approved the $5,350 bid from Carter Recreation Equipment for water fountains for Honor Heights Park and the Skate Park.

• Approved an agreement and resolution to participate in Federal-Aid Railroad Safety Project to install pedestal-mounted flashing light signals with gate arms at Broadway.

• Decommissioned the nondirectional beacon at Davis Field Airport as recommended by the Airport Board.

• Approved a final payment in the amount of $680 to Holloway, Updike and Bellen for Honor Heights reservoir replacement.

• Approved final payment of $114,083.80 to Ideal Construction for Honor Heights reservoir replacement.

• Approved proposal to hold an executive session during the City Council’s regular meeting Monday night to discuss and take necessary action related to easement negotiations with property owners on the Coody Creek sewer outfall line.

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