Alva City Council to receive audit report
• Vote on ambulance rate adjustments
December 19, 2021
The FY19-20 audit will be presented to the Alva City Council Monday night. The council will also be considering a change in ambulance transport rates. The meeting will be at 6:30 p.m. in the council chambers of City Hall.
Following the consent agenda action, the council will hear reports from staff on recent meetings. The mayor and city business manager will present reports.
After reports, there will be an opportunity for members of the public to speak. Speakers must identify themselves and are limited to two minutes.
Chris Angel of Angel, Johnston and Blasingame, PC will present the FY 19-20 audit. Council members will discuss the audit and vote on approving it.
Resolution No. 2021-013 authorizing a change of rates charged for ambulance transports will be discussed with a vote to follow. Since Woods County citizens just approved a tax for a 522 EMS District, the proposed rates include a rate for Woods County residents and one for those treated who reside outside the county. A mileage rate adjustment is also included for the upkeep and maintenance of vehicles and equipment.
Council members will discuss and take action on the calendar year 2022 purchasing designations and limits.
There will also be discussion and action on declaring a 1998 Crown Victoria from the police department as surplus and transferring it to the Woods County Sheriff’s office.
In the Alva Utility Authority meeting that follows, there will be discussion and action on a change order to extend the completion date of the water main extension to Alva High School. Due to supply chain issues and staffing, the start of the project has been delayed. If approved, the new completion date would be Jan. 27, 2022.
Both the Alva Utility Authority and Alva Economic Development Authority will also be voting on the approval of minutes and claims.