The 61st Guthrie City Council will meet Tuesday, August 2nd, at 7:00 for a regular scheduled meeting.
The council will consider approving the use of the Soccer Field at 300 N. Academy Road and waiving the 5% fee, as recommended by the Guthrie Park Board for the Logan County Soccer Club, Inc.
Next on the agenda, the council will consider approval of Budget Amendment Number 6 and increasing the budget for the General Fund in the amount of $6,080. The requested amendment is for funds received from the Friends of the Guthrie Public Library in the amount of $136 for electronic library material and from Oklahoma Municipal Assurance Group in the amount of $5,944 for a vehicle that was damaged.
The council will then considering a contract for engineering services for the Safe Routes to School Project and between the City of Guthrie and Jackson & Jackson Engineering, Inc. The agreement would design a sidewalk along the north right-of-way of East Jefferson Avenue from Fogarty Elementary to N. Ash Street; and along the west right-of-way of N. Broad Street from E. Jefferson to E. Washington Avenue; and along the east right-of-way of N. Wentz Street from E. College Avenue to E. Jefferson Street.
The Safe Routes to School Program is a 100% federally funded reimbursement program and Jackson & Jackson Engineering, Inc. has been approved by the Oklahoma Department of Transportation for professional engineering services.
Two public hearings will be heard with Guthrie resident Angie Byte requesting a message therapy business as a home occupation in North Park Street and Howard Williams will be seeking approval to place a manufactured home in a R-1 residential zone.
The council will convene for an executive session to discuss a pending investigation by Logan County Rural Water #1 and will return for consideration.