City of Oxford, Mississippi Board of Aldermen Meeting Agenda – Tuesday, October 18, 2022

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The meeting is set for 5:00 p.m. in the courtroom of the town hall.

Note that some commission members will be included in the meeting via teleconference, subject to section 2-82 of the City of Oxford’s Code of Ordinances.

Agenda attachments and meeting minutes are available for download here.


  1. Call to order.
  2. Adopt the meeting agenda.
  3. Mayor’s report
  4. Authorize the approval of the minutes of the regular meeting of October 4, 2022 and the suspension meeting of October 12, 2022. (Ashley Atkinson)
  5. Authorize the approval of accounts for all municipal services. (Ashley Atkinson)
  6. Consider the consent program:
    1. Asset Management:
      1. Request permission to accept donation of athletic equipment from Dick’s Sporting Goods for community use. (Jeff McCutchen)
      2. Request permission to accept the donation of a ballistic vest (estimated value $800.00) from Wives of Warriors. (Jeff McCutchen)
      3. Request permission to report excess equipment from the Oxford Police Department – Parking Division and authorize disposal. (Matt Davis)
      4. Request permission to report surplus equipment to Oxford Police Department and authorize disposal. (Matt Davis)
      5. Seek permission to declare surplus equipment to Oxford’s Department of Public Utilities and authorize its disposal. (Rob Neley)
      6. Request authorization to declare surplus equipment to the municipal store department and authorize its disposal. (Lynwood Jones)
      7. Request permission to transfer equipment from the General Government Department to the Financial Administration-Clerk’s Office. (Bart Robinson)
      8. Request permission to report surplus equipment to the Financial Administration-Clerk’s Office and authorize its disposal. (Ashley Atkinson)
    2. Human ressources:
      1. Request permission to accept the resignation of an Animal Resource Center employee. (Braxton Tullos)
      2. Request permission to accept the resignation of a part-time employee at the Animal Resource Center. (Braxton Tullos)
      3. Ask permission to hire an employee at the Animal Resource Center. (Braxton Tullos)
      4. Request permission to promote an employee in the Oxford Utilities-Water & Sewer division. (Braxton Tullos)
      5. Request permission to accept an employee’s resignation from the Oxford Utilities-Electric Division and advertise the vacancy. (Braxton Tullos)
      6. Apply for permission to hire part-time seasonal employees in the mTrade Park service. (Braxton Tullos)
      7. Request permission to hire an Oxford Police Department employee. (Braxton Tullos)
      8. Seeking permission to accept the retirement of an Oxford Police Department employee. (Braxton Tullos)
      9. Seeking permission to accept the retirement of an Oxford Police Department employee. (Braxton Tullos)
      10. Seek permission to accept the resignation of an Oxford Police Department employee. (Braxton Tullos)
      11. Request permission to accept the resignation of an employee of the Oxford Utilities-Electric division. (Braxton Tullos)
      12. Request permission to endorse unpaid volunteers for the Oxford Animal Resource Center. (Kelli Briscoe)
    3. Various :
      1. Seek approval for water and/or sewer adjustments in accordance with Oxford Utilities Leak Adjustment Policy. (Rob Neley)
      2. Pass a resolution declaring October Breast Cancer Awareness Month in the City of Oxford.
      3. Pass a resolution declaring October 21, 2022 Arbor Day in the City of Oxford.
      4. Pass a resolution recognizing Maralyn Howell Bullion on her 100th birthday.
      5. Ask permission to accept a gift of candy from Walgreens (estimated value $200.00). (Jeff McCutchen)
      6. Ask permission to accept a gift of candy from Kroger (estimated value $250.00). (Jeff McCutchen)
      7. Request permission to endorse Harvey L. Watkins as owner of a taxi company for Guardian Transport. (Matt Davis)
      8. Ask permission to accept donations to benefit the Oxford Animal Resource Center. (Kelli Briscoe)
    4. Travel requests:
      1. Request permission from the Sales Manager to attend the MSAE Annual Conference in Birmingham, AL, November 6-8, 2022, at an estimated cost of $838.00. (Micah Quinn)
      2. Request permission for two employees to attend the Safe Places: Protecting Place of Worship online training on November 1, 2022 in Oxford at an estimated cost of $190.00. (Jeff McCutchen)
      3. Request permission for four employees to attend AAIR training on January 30-31, 2022 in Oxford at no cost to the City. (Jeff McCutchen)
      4. Request permission for an employee to attend AAIR training on March 1-2, 2022 in Oxford at no cost to the city. (Jeff McCutchen)
      5. Request permission for three employees to attend ERASE training from December 5-7, 2022 in Oxford at no cost to the city. (Jeff McCutchen)
      6. Request permission for an employee to attend Hollotec Lock Picking and Specialized Entry training on November 3-4, 2022 in Oxford at an estimated cost of $495.00 (Jeff McCutchen)
      7. Request permission for twelve employees to attend CPR recertification on November 15, 2022 in Oxford at an estimated cost of $96.00. (Jeff McCutchen)
      8. Request permission from an agent to attend SFST training November 1-3, 2022 in Hernando, MS at no cost to the City. (Jeff McCutchen)
      9. Request permission for an employee to attend the TVA Valley Partners Meeting in Franklin, TN on October 27, 2022 at an estimated cost of $181.00. (Rob Neley)
  7. Update on the balconies around the place that haven’t completed the necessary repairs. (Jonathan Mizell)
  8. Discuss Oxford-University Transit vehicles and authorize the mayor to sign a letter of support to MDOT for out-of-state vehicle purchases. (Donna Zampella)
  9. Request permission for four employees to attend the MDOT 46th Annual Conference Training and Professional Development Meeting November 14-17, 2022 in Biloxi, MS at an estimated cost of $3,448.00 (a portion of this cost will be covered by MDOT scholarships). (Donna Zampella)
  10. Request permission to accept reverse auctions for Department of Environmental Services equipment. (Amberlyn Liles)
  11. Request permission to reject reverse auction bids for Department of Environmental Services equipment. (Amberlyn Liles)
  12. Second reading and public hearing of a draft order modifying articles 7 and 10 of the land use planning code. (Ben Requet)
  13. Seek approval for an Oxford Commons Planned Unit Development Amendment as provided for in Section 2.6.16.9 for Case No. 2896, David Blackburn, for a property within the Oxford Commons PUD, identified additionally by PPIN #4705, #4712, #26553, #26626, #34946, #34959, #35511-#35516, #35744-#35762, #36015, #37317-#37321, #37324, #37325, #37907, #4721, #26605, #27714-#27716 , #27718, #27720, #27721, #27876, #28528, #31270, #33596-#33599, #35763-#35768, #36094 , #36095, #23803, #26627-#26631, #34467, #35118, #36017, #36096, #26621, #31266, #32820, #35586, #35587, #35769, #36702, #37910, # 38120, #38121-#38123, #38370, #39474, #39390, #39475, #39753-#39758, #39806, #40363, #40330, #40326, #40327, #40331, #40381, #40715, #40721, #40737, #41200, #41205, #4502, #33805, #34983, #34984, #35082, #35500, #35501-#35510, #35517-#35530, #35591, #35531, #35532 , #35568, #35533, #35576, #35534-#35537, #35589, #35538, #35575, #35539, #35540-#35542, #35573, #35772 – #35784, #36517, #36701, #36713, #372 76-#37301, #37690, #37696, #37689, #40179, #36715, #38639, #37303-#37305, #37307-#37311, #37313-#37316 and #38133-#38147. (Ben Requet)
  14. Seek Approval of a Preliminary and Final Plan for Case No. 2897, David Blackburn, for “The Preserve, Phase V at Oxford Commons”, for a property located at Lakewood Hill Drive, further identified as PPIN No. 4502 (Ben Requet)
  15. Consider appealing the Planning Commission’s denial of Case No. 2895, a special exception request from David Blackburn for a gated entrance, as provided for in Section 3.11.3, for a property at 327 Lakewood Hill Drive, identified also as PPIN No. 4502. (Ben Requet)
  16. Seeking End Plate Amendment Approval for Case No. 2899, Eric Dahl, for “Park Place Phases I & II”, for a property located on Professional Drive, being further identified as PPIN 20577, 26930, 20578 and 20579. (Ben Requet)
  17. First Reading of a Proposed Order to Amend the Zoning Map, for Case No. 2900, to rezone approximately +/- 0.158 acres from Government Institutional to Suburban Corridor and approximately +/- 0.439 acres not is not zoned to institutional government for property located at Professional Drive, being further identified by PPIN numbers 31943 and 26930. (Ben Requet)
  18. Seek approval of a preliminary and final plan for Case No. 2902, Andy Callicutt, for ‘Oxford Farms Subdivision, Phase 9’, for a property located on Oxford Way, further identified as PPIN No. 8903. (Robert Baxter)
  19. Request permission from Walmart to hire uniformed agents for holiday shopping/Black Friday retail at $46.00/hour. (Jeff McCutchen)
  20. Request permission to approve a parade/assembly permit for the MS-Southern University Documentary Project on Tuesday, November 1, 2022 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. (Jeff McCutchen)
  21. Request permission to approve a parade/gathering permit for the Christmas illumination event on November 8, 2022 at 6:00 p.m. (Jeff McCutchen)
  22. Seek permission to approve a parade/gathering permit for the Oxford Square Alliance to hold the Holiday Open Day in the square on November 25, 2022 from 10:00 a.m. to 6:15 p.m. (Jeff McCutchen)
  23. Seek authority to approve a list of final budget reallocations and changes for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2022. (Ashley Atkinson)
  24. Consider a contract with McCarty Architects to design a new police station. (Marc Levy)
  25. Consider applying for CR 412 Water Association Infrastructure Acceptance. (Reanna Mayoral)
  26. Consider a contract with Integrated Right-of-Way for professional services related to the University Avenue/Route 7 Interchange Improvement Project. (Reanna Mayoral)
  27. Consider applying for infrastructure acceptance for Villa West, Phase 1 in the Seminole Bluff Subdivision. (Reanna Mayoral)
  28. Consider applying for infrastructure acceptance within Owen’s Place. (Reanna Mayoral)
  29. Consider an executive session.
  30. Adjourn.

Questions about this agenda? Call 662-236-1310 or contact Ashley Atkinson, City Clerk: [email protected]

Auxiliary aids and services may be available for persons with disabilities upon request twenty-four (24) hours by contacting Braxton Tullos, City of Oxford ADA Coordinator at 662-232-2453.

City of Oxford, Mississippi Board of Aldermen Recess Meeting Agenda – Wednesday, October 12, 2022 at 3 p.m.



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