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own trans­form­ers, ac­cord­ing to a city staff re­port. The in­cen­tive af­fords these cus­tomers a per­ma­nent five per­cent dis­count on the elec­tric bill.

• The sec­ond read­ing of an or­di­nance that would re­zone the 5.56 acre prop­erty lo­cated at 1996 E. Hwy. 412 from R-2 (res­i­den­tial, medium) to G-I (in­sti­tu­tional), ac­cord­ing to a city staff re­port.

• The sec­ond read­ing of an or­di­nance that would va­cate an al­ley­way that runs east and west and is lo­cated on the 500 Block of West Tahle­quah Street, ac­cord­ing to a city staff re­port.

• The sec­ond read­ing of an or­di­nance that would al­low for a code change re­quested by the city for its P-K (parks) zones, ac­cord­ing to a city staff re­port. The code change was re­quested as un­der the cur­rent code, things such as con­struct­ing re­stroom fa­cil­i­ties in the city’s parks re­quires the ap­proval of a sig­nif­i­cant de­vel­op­ment per­mit, which city staff re­ferred to as “re­dun­dant and un­nec­es­sary.”

• The sec­ond read­ing of an or­di­nance that would im­pose a city­wide ser­vice fee to trans­ac­tions in which credit and debit cards are used, for the pur­pose of off­set­ting ris­ing costs as­so­ci­ated with credit card pro­cess­ing fees, ac­cord­ing to a city staff re­port.

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