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Posted: Feb 17, 2014 10:40 AMUpdated: Feb 17, 2014 10:40 AM

City Council Schedules Four Hearings

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The Bartlesville City Council will declare two parcels of property as surplus Tuesday night.  The agenda for the meeting calls for the council to declare city-owned property north of 8th Street, between Armstrong and Jennings as surplus.  The Council also will declare property on the southeast corner of Frank Phillips Blvd and Dewey Avenue - known as Centennial Plaza - as surplus.  The BRTA will be directed to market both parcels in a manner consistent with its trust indenture.

Four public hearings are on the agenda.  The council will hear public comment on a rezoning application from John Lard to re-zone property at 107 E. Adams Road from C2 (Neighborhood Shopping District) to C3 (Major Shopping District) with a supplemental designation of Planned Unit Development. Once complete the council will hear comment on request to de-annex 83 acres west of Mountain Road and south of County Road 2100.  Public Comment is expected on a petition to annex a 25 acre tract south of County Road 3-thousand and west of U. S. 75. The final hearing will take comments on an application from Bullseye Energy and Gary and Pamela Brown to re-zone the same piece of property  from Residential Agriculture to  C5 (General Commercial).  President of the Bartlesville Development Corporation, David Wood will go before the council with a recommendation to provide up to 36 thousand dollars from the Economic Development Fund for a water infrastructure extension for a Dollar General Store to be located at County Road 3-thousand and U. S. 75.

Tuesday night's council meeting is set for 7 o'clock at the City Center Building.


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