Members of the Cleveland City Council met in a regularly scheduled meeting at 6:00 p.m. on Thursday, August 8 in the Council Chambers of the Cleveland Municipal Building with Mayor Scott Rusher presiding.

 Present were Brian Torres, David Carter, Lee Merrifield, Mike Carroll and Rusher.

 While studying the Treasurer’s Report. City Manager Elzie Smith noted that there was a reduction of $32,000 but reminded the council that overall the report looks good for this time of the year.

 Concerning the monthly list of purchase orders paid, Smith advised the council that a purchase order for $76,669 was payment for the utility line relocation at the Cedar Creek Bridge. He reminded the council that the Oklahoma Department of Transportation had agreed to pay the City the cost of the relocation and that  payment had been received from ODOT.

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