NOTICE AND AGENDA
EMSA Board of Trustees Special Meeting
Wednesday, October 7, 2020 – 11:00 a.m.
1111 Classen Dr., Oklahoma City, OK
1417 N. Lansing Ave., Tulsa, OK
A Special Meeting of the Emergency Medical Services Authority will be held on Wednesday, October 7, 2020 at 11:00 a.m. via video and teleconference. The public may access the teleconference remotely by dialing 1-877-853-5257 then enter the following meeting room ID when prompted: 851 0995 1239#. When prompted, please enter the passcode for the meeting: 100720#. The public may also participate in the meeting through the ZOOM videoconference system by going to: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85109951239?pwd=ZE1nYUkxbkMzb252Q1pDRzMxUUVoUT09
The passcode for the videoconference is the same as the teleconference: 100720#
TRUSTEES APPEARING REMOTELY:
Chief Michael Baker – Teleconference
Dr. Jeffrey Goodloe – Teleconference
Phil Lakin – Teleconference
Larry McAtee – Teleconference
Allison Petersen – Teleconference
Tammy Powell – Teleconference
Jan Slater – Teleconference
Larry Stevens – Teleconference
Scott Vaughn – Teleconference
Wiley Williams – Teleconference
Chief Bryan Wood – Teleconference
Report, discussion and appropriate action, if any, on the following:
- President’s Commentary
- An Executive Session of the Board of Trustees, as authorized by Title 25, §307 B.4 of the Oklahoma Statutes, for the purpose of confidential communications with its attorneys concerning claims arising from the Contract dated as of September 25, 2013, between Emergency Medical Services Authority, an Oklahoma public trust (“EMSA”), and American Medical Response Ambulance Service, Inc. (“AMRAS”), as amended, including, but not limited to, the Complaint filed by EMSA against American Medical Response Ambulance Service, Inc., in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Oklahoma Civil Action No. 20-CV-00455-GKF-FHM, and, with the advice of its attorneys, a determination by the Board of Trustees that disclosure to the public of the communications in such Executive Session will seriously impair the ability of the Board of Trustees to process such claims and litigation in the public interest.
- After a return by the Board of Trustees to the public meeting, vote upon any item of business which concerns the above-described claims and litigation considered during the Executive Session.