Members of the Grove City Council will vote Tuesday whether to approve a letter releasing Orizon Aerostructures from a 2016 Economic Agreement.

The meeting will be held at 6 p.m. on March 6 at the Grove Community Center, Room 5.

In the Oct. 16, 2016 agreement, Orizon Aerostructures agreed to provide 50 new full-time jobs and add seven ecospeed machines by Jan. 1, 2019. 

The aerospace company has fulfilled those requirements, according to city documents.

Charlie Newell, Orizon Aerostructures will address the council on the expansion at the Grove plant.

In other business, the council will vote on a six-year capital improvement plan for the Grove Regional Airport.

A recent Oklahoma Aeronautics Commission inspection showed the runway needed attention due to its age and increased traffic. The projects center on hangar access taxilanes, runway pavement and lightening rehabilitation. Estimated costs are $3.8 million.

The council will also vote on amending city ordinances concerning driveway construction and fire service rates.

Bids received for Bassmaster Elite Series Marshal will also be discussed. Other bidding proposals were for single supplier of asphaltic materials for the second half of the 2018 fiscal year and to the extractor/drying system for the city’s fire department.

The council members will also vote whether to approve:

• submitting a “Letter of Comments” to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission on behalf of Grand River Dam Authority efforts on relicensing the Pensacola Hydroelectric project.

• engagement letter for services with Elfrink and Associates, PLLC. and Dean Actuaries, LLC.

• amending the Convention Tourism Bureau, Special Police Fund and City Capital Fund Budgets.

• an agreement with Hance Pyrotechnics for the July 3 fireworks display.

• an agreement with Southern Drag Boat Association, LLC.

• hosting the City-Wide Spring Clean-up Week from April 16 to 21.