March 1, 2005 Bond Issue Election Propositions


The City Council has authorized a special election to be held on the 1st day of March, 2005, for the purpose of submitting to the registered, qualified voters, the following Propositions:

 


 

PROPOSITION NO. 1 WILL BE STREET PROJECTS TOTALING FOUR MILLION EIGHT HUNDRED EIGHTY THOUSAND DOLLARS ($4,880,000) WITH THE FOLLOWING PROJECT DESCRIPTIONS:

 

Project Descriptions

Cost

1.              Reconstruction, widening and enhancement of Stratford Drive from Wilshire Boulevard to the north City limits, which may include as necessary, related intersection and drainage improvements, utility repair and relocation, and engineering.

$800,000

2.              Reconstruction of Coventry Lane from Pennsylvania Avenue to the west City limits line (being a point west of Guilford Lane), which may include as necessary, related intersection and drainage improvements, utility repair and relocation, and engineering.

$650,000

3.              Reconstruction of Dorset Drive from Summerset Place to Guilford Lane, which may include as necessary, related intersection and drainage improvements, utility repair and relocation, and engineering.

$248,000

4.              Reconstruction of Trenton Road from Belford Avenue to Glenwood Avenue, and reconstruction of Belford Avenue from Western Avenue to Trenton Road (to include north and south branches of Belford Avenue), which may include as necessary, related intersection and drainage improvements, utility repair and relocation, and engineering.

$444,000

5.              Reconstruction of Marlboro Lane from Western Avenue to Trenton Road, which may include as necessary, related intersection and drainage improvements, utility repair and relocation, and engineering.

$205,000

6.              Reconstruction of Drury Lane from Nichols Road to Brentwood Avenue, which may include as necessary, related intersection and drainage improvements, utility repair and relocation, and engineering.

$335,000

7.              Reconstruction of Camden Way from North Pennsylvania Avenue to Holtzendorff Park, which may include as necessary, related intersection and drainage improvements, utility repair and relocation, and engineering.

$231,000

8.              Reconstruction of Dorchester Place from North Pennsylvania Avenue to Dorchester Drive, which may include as necessary, related intersection and drainage improvements, utility repair and relocation, and engineering.

$650,000

9.              Reconstruction of Avalon Lane from Northwest 63rd Street to Glenbrook Terrace, which may include as necessary, related intersection and drainage improvements, utility repair and relocation, and engineering.

$106,000

10.         Reconstruction of Briarwood Lane from Northwest 63rd Street Glenbrook Terrace, which may include as necessary, related intersection and drainage improvements, utility repair and relocation, and engineering.

$106,000

11.         Reconstruction of Guilford Lane from Pennsylvania Avenue to Stratford Drive, which may include as necessary, related intersection and drainage improvements,    utility repair and relocation, and engineering.

$345,000

12.         Resurfacing of Northwest 63rd Street from a point approximately 430 feet west of the centerline of Northwest Grand Boulevard   to the west City limits line (except for the intersection of Pennsylvania Avenue and Northwest 63rd Street), which may include as necessary, related intersection and drainage improvements, utility repair and relocation, and engineering.

$360,000

13.         The balance of said bond funds shall be used as follows:
Reconstructing, repairing and improving streets and appurtenant facilities, which may include as necessary, related intersection and drainage improvements, utility repair and relocation, equipment, and engineering, and expenses of the bond issue.

$400,000

 


 

PROPOSITION NO. 2 WILL BE WATER SYSTEM PROJECTS TOTALING FOUR MILLION FIVE HUNDRED THOUSAND ($4,500,000) WITH THE FOLLOWING PROJECT DESCRIPTIONS:

 

Project Descriptions

Cost

1.              Construct, drill and equip new water wells, including as necessary, related collection lines, well sites, easements, related facilities, and engineering.

$600,000

2.              Develop, construct, acquire, equip and provide a municipal water plant, which provides the functions of water collection, storage processing and pumping, including improvement and expansion of existing city facilities, further including as necessary, related equipment, facilities, land, easements and engineering.

$3,300,000

3.              The balance of said bond funds shall be used as follows:
Improvement and repair of the City’s water system, including water lines and water well connection lines, and further including, as necessary, related equipment, utility and paving repair and relocation, and engineering, and expenses of the bond issue.

$600,000

 

 

PROPOSITION NO. 3 WILL BE SANITARY SEWER SYSTEM PROJECTS TOTALING ONE MILLION SIX HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS ($1,600,000) WITH THE FOLLOWING PROJECT DESCRIPTIONS:

 

Project Descriptions

Cost

1.              Repair, rehabilitate and improve approximately 16,000 linear feet of sanitary sewer lines, to include as necessary, related facilities, utility and paving repair and relocation, and engineering, and expenses of the bond issue.

$1,600,000

 


 

PROPOSITION NO. 4 WILL BE DRAINAGE CONTROL SYSTEM PROJECTS TOTALING ONE MILLION THREE HUNDRED SEVENTY THOUSAND DOLLARS ($1,370,000) WITH THE FOLLOWING PROJECT DESCRIPTIONS:

 

Project Descriptions

Cost

1.              Drainage improvements along Stratford Drive from approximately Guilford Lane to approximately Britton Road, to include as necessary, related improvements, right of way acquisition, engineering, and utility and paving repair and relocation, and expenses of the bond issue.                       

$1,370,000

 

 


PROPOSITION NO. 5 WILL BE COMMUNICATIONS SYTEMS PROJECTS TOTALING ONE HUNDRED FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS ($150,000) WITH THE FOLLOWING PROJECT DESCRIPTIONS:

 

Project Descriptions

Cost

1.              Wireless Community Network (Metropolitan Area Network), including related equipment, software, installation and implementation, and expenses of the bond issue.

$70,000

2.              Community Notification Systems, to include automated telephone notification system (Reverse 911 System), and improvements to public information cable channel, all to include related equipment, software and implementation, and expenses of the bond issue.     

$40,000

3.              Improvements to municipal telephone and telecommunications systems, including equipment, software, installation and Implementation, and expenses of the bond issue.                 

$40,000

 

 

 

 

 





*

City of Nichols Hills, Oklahoma - © 2017 - All Rights Reserved | Site by Project A