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Council meetings are held every other week at 8:30 a.m. on the third floor of City Hall, 200 N Walker Ave. You can watch meetings live on Cox Channel 20 or through the City's YouTube stream.

OKC Council Meeting Notes: June 6, 2017

Post Date:06/06/2017 11:49 AM

The Oklahoma City Council meets at 8:30 a.m. Tuesdays on the third floor of City Hall, 200 N Walker Ave. Live broadcasts are available on Cox Channel 20 and YouTube. A recording of each meeting is then added to the City's YouTube channel. Check out the meeting calendar for agendas and schedules.

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Council convenes as Finance Committee

The Council convened Tuesday as the Finance Committee to continue consideration of the proposed City budget for the 2018 fiscal year, which begins July 1. The proposed budget was introduced during the May 2 Council meeting, with Finance Committee meetings following May 9, May 23 and Tuesday. This week's meeting featured presentations from the  Utilities Department, Parks & Recreation Department and Airports Department. The Council is scheduled to adopt the budget on June 13.

Utilities prepares for second Atoka Pipeline project

The start of construction on a second Atoka Pipeline project is part of $271 million in capital improvements projects planned this year by the Utilities Department. The project, which will move water from Oklahoma City's reservoir in southeast Oklahoma to Lake Stanley Draper. The total proposed Utilities budget for operations is about $104 million.

Strong season at Civic Center Music Hall supports Parks budget

An extended and successful season of Broadway shows at the Civic Center Music Hall boosted the proposed Parks budget of about $31 million for FY 2018. The department shattered its goal of 58 percent of Civic Center performance expenses to be supported by performance revenue, with an estimated 73 percent of the expenses supported by performance revenue by the end of the year. That's an increase of 9 percent from last year.

Roadway and garage signage upgrades part of Airports budget

Among projects in the proposed Airports budget of $89.6 million is $3 million for the roadway and garage signage replacement project at Will Rogers World Airport.  The aging and fading signs around the airport will be replaced with modern signs that improve the navigation experience. About $5 million is also included in the long-term, $78 million passenger terminal expansion project. 

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