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May 27, 2014

PV city meeting offers crowded plate — The Pauls Valley City Council, their related budget workshop, PV Hospital Authority and Municipal Authority have set their meetings at city hall at 5 p.m. this evening. The following items are on the agendas:

• Consideration of a proposal from Nabholz Construction Services for $939,491 to renovate the surgical suite.

• Consideration of allowing The Good Samaritans the use of the NYA building for the purpose of serving the community in distributing their food baskets.

• Consideration of approving an agreement for administration of the sales and use tax ordinances with the Oklahoma Tax Commission.

• Consideration of approving a lot split request on property located west and north of the I-35 and state Highway 19 intersection (3119 W. Grant Ave.) as requested by the Pauls Valley Planning and Zoning Commission.

• Consideration of a request to change the zoning at 333 N. Butler Road from A-1 Non-Urban District to C-5 Automotive and Commercial Recreation District as requested by the Pauls Valley Planning and Zoning Commission.

• Consideration of approving a lot split request on property located in block 9, lot 1, Hillcrest Addition with the condition that the requirements listed in the May 20, 2014 planning and zoning minutes be met as requested by the Pauls Valley Planning and Zoning Commission.

• Consideration of declaring the listed equipment as obsolete for the purpose of either selling for scrap metal and/or to sell to the highest bidder.

• Consideration of an address by Twahna Hamill from SODA and approving a Hazard Mitigation Plan Resolution.

• Consideration of the PVGH CEO and CFO reports and CEO recommendations on financial and strategic initiatives.

• Consideration of a New Light Report.

Meetings could discuss items not on the agenda if they are presented. An executive session may discuss a pending investigation, employee negotiations and discussing the purchase of or appraisal of property.

Comments will also be heard from the city manager, city attorney, the city council, trust manager, trust attorney, trustee and the public.

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Dawn of Apes Poster

Poster for "Dawn of the Planet of the Apes," showing this week at the Royal Twin Theater of Pauls Valley.

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