Due to the recent news of St. Gregory's University closing, on Monday the city may decide whether to reannex 520 acres of property owned by St. Gregory's and the Benedictine Fathers of Sacred Heart Mission, Inc. — which was previously detached for the purpose of helping the school meet eligibility requirements for a USDA loan. The loan was denied, so the deannexation is no longer necessary.

Due to the recent news of St. Gregory's University closing, on Monday the city may decide whether to reannex 520 acres of property owned by St. Gregory's and the Benedictine Fathers of Sacred Heart Mission, Inc. — which was previously detached for the purpose of helping the school meet eligibility requirements for a USDA loan. The loan was denied, so the deannexation is no longer necessary.

Also, there will be a public hearing to offer information and answer resident questions regarding the city's proposed amended and restated Shawnee Downtown Revitalization Project Plan.

A public hearing also is set for Dec. 4 to give the public a second opportunity to be heard before commissioners vote on the proposed Amended and Restated Shawnee Downtown Revitalization Project Plan.

Slated for possible discussion in executive session is negotiations with the IAFF, Local No. 206 for a new Collective Bargaining Agreement for Fiscal Year 2017-2018 — including discussion of a possible Memorandum of Understanding regarding the terms of employment, pending an agreement being reached on a new Collective Bargaining Agreement.

In other business, city commissioners may award a bid for the contract on Santa Fe Museum parking lot improvements. During the bidding process, only one bid was received. Parathon Construction made a base bid — estimating a cost of $687,727.65 for the job.

According to the agenda, “Through some value engineering, staff has reduced the costs of the Base Bid to that of $530,708.60 by reducing the square yardage of brick paving from 3,149 square yards to 1,664 square yards, and reduced the overall size of the parking lot by 14 percent while still maintaining the same number of 61 parking spaces.”

Staff recommends awarding the Santa Fe Museum parking lot project to Parathon for $530,708.60.

“Parathon Construction is a reputable, reliable contractor that has successfully worked on past Shawnee projects, like Bryan Street Trails project and Union Street sidewalk improvements,” City Engineer John Krywicki said.

Shawnee Finance Director Cindy Arnold will present the November sales tax report.

On the consent agenda, commissioners may authorize the Heart of Oklahoma Exposition Center staff to use $34,420 in allocated capital money to upgrade the heaters in the barns and the Fred Humphrey Building.

On the Municipal Authority agenda, staff is requesting that Commissioners accept a maintenance bond, placing it into effect immediately.

“Staff has inspected all 36,837 LF of pipe and 855 fused house connections installed in the contract,” Utility Director Steve Nelms said in the agenda. “Staff is pleased with the quality of workmanship during the projects installation in its entirety.”

The budgeted amount was $2,000,000 and the project cost was $2,238,213.

“After acceptance of the maintenance bonds, any problems that may arise will be covered at a cost of 100 percent for the first year and 10 percent the second year,” Nelms said.

The only item set for the Airport Authority is to approve the minutes from its last meeting.

The 6:30 p.m. meeting will take place Monday in the Bertha Ann Young City Commission Chambers at City Hall, at 16 W. 9th St.