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A6 - THE PERKINS JOURNAL, Thursday, January 19, 2012 Page LEGAL NOTI(;E LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL N()TICE LEGAL NOTI( ;E Legal notice published in The Perkins Joumal Jan. 19, 2012 The Payne County Commissioners met in a regular meeting, Monday, December 12, 2011. Notice of the meeting was made in accordance with the Open Meeting Law. The following were present: Gloria Hesser, Chairman; Jim Arthur, Vice- Chairman; Rocky Blasier, District #1 Road Foreman (1st Deputy) and Unda Haffield, County Clerk. The meeting was opened with Prayer and Rag Salute. Blasler made the motion to approve the agenda as printed. Arthur sec- onded. Blasier, aye; Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye. Blasier prentud tl ,u t'ulluwi= g road permits: 1) Plains Marketing, a 30-inch steel crude oil line to be installed by trench- ing to cross an EastNVest county road approximately .34 miles West of Harmony Road and described as 1,800 feet West of the SW/comer of Section 14, Township 17 North, Range 5 East; 2) Calyx Energy, LLC, a 4-inch tem- porary water line to be laid on top of the ground to cross an EastNVest county road approximately 7/8ths miles East of Highway #18 and described as 660 feet West of the NE/comer of Section 10, Township 17 North, Range 4 East; 3) Calyx Energy, LLC, a 4-inch temporary water line to be installed by trenching to cross a North/ South county road approximately 1/16th mile North of 9th Street and described as 20 feet North of the SW/comer of Section 5, Township 17 North, Range 4 East. Blasler made the motion to approve the permits as presented. Arthur seconded. Blasier, aye; Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye. Hesser presented Resolution #2011- 67 extending the levy and assess- r'nent of an existing county sales tax of 3/8ths of 1 percent, an order authorizing the calling and holding Of a special election on February !.4, 2012 and the notice of election. .The sales tax will become effective January 1, 2014 and terminate December 31, 2018. Lowell Barto, Assistant District Attomey, reported the only change was the wording regarding the Fire Departments allocation. Barto stated the change is from capital expenditures for rural fire departments to capital outlay and operations of fire departments located in Payne County, Oklahoma. Arthur made the motion to approve the Resolution as presented. Blasier seconded. Arthur, aye; Blasier, aye; Hesser, aye. Arthur made the motion to approve the order calling the elec- tion as presented. Blasier seconded. Arthur, aye; Blasier, aye; Hesser, aye. Arthur made the motion to approve the notice of election as presented and authorize the Chairman to sign on behalf of the County. Blasier seconded. Arthur, aye; Blasier, aye; Heseer, aye. Arthur presented the following resolution: DONATION FOR: Payne County Road Work Materials, Dist. #3 PAYNE COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS RESOLUTION #2011-68 The Matter of a Declaration of Accep- tance of a GIFT for Payne County WHEREAS, J. Bryce Campbell pursues a strong commitment to the community and has a strong desire to improve the quality of life for the residents of Payne County, and WHEREASI Payne County issues this instrument to indicate it's desire to accept this gift of a check in the amount of $100.00 for road improvements to Sangre Rd. & Yost Rd to supplement Payne County's resources, NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that Payne County hereby expresses its gratitude and its intent to accept this gift that has been donated by J. Bryce Campbell 1176 W. Lakeview, Stillwater, Ok. 74075. Presented to and approved this 12th dayof December, 2011. Arthur made the motion to approve the resolution as presented. Blasier seconded. Arthur, aye; Blasier, aye; Hesser, aye. The Clerk presented cash appropria- tions as certified by the Treasurers Office. Arthur made the motion to approve the cash as presented. Blasier seconded. Arthur, aye; Blasler, aye; Hesser, aye. Hatfield presented warrant #1498 on purchase order #2253 to be voided. Hatfield explained the warrant was issued for an incorrect amount. Arthur made the motion to disallow the war- rant for the reason explained. Blasier seconded. Arthur, aye; Blasler, aye; Hesser, aye. Hatfield presented the following monthly reportS: 1) Election Board, ending November balance: $201.75 2) Courthouse Security, , November collections: $3,695.32 3) District Court, November ending cash summary reconciliation: $156,747.06 4) County Clerk, November fees: General fund: $22,944.43 Clerk ML cash and copy fees: $2,594.00 , OTC, documentary stamps: $12,952.35 Clerk RM&P: $6,925.00 5) Allocation of alcoholic beverage tax for October: $6,240.02 6) Jail fund (bond fee) for Sheriff, for month of November: $3,931.50 7) Sheriff service fee for November: $18,362.63 8) Sheriff official depository, Novem- ber ending balance: $92,162.26 Arttur made the motion to approve the reports as presented. Blasier seconded. Arthur, aye; Blasier, aye; Hesser, aye. Hatfield presented the minutes of December 5, 2011. Blasier made the motion to approve the minutes as printed. Arthur seconded. Blasler, abstain; Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye. Arthur made the motion to approve purchase orders. Blasier seconded. Arthur, aye; Blasier, aye; Hesser, aye. 2011-2012 COUNTY GENERAL: 1564, STC/BUSINESS WORLD, 118.68, SERVICES; 1565, COO- PERS LOCKSMITH LLC, 60.00, SERVICES; 1566, FLEETCOR TECHNOLOGIES, 221.20, SUP- PLIES; 1567, QUALITY WATER SERVICES, 87.95, SUPPLIES; 1568, CREDIT CARD OPERA- TIONS, 635.62, SUPPLIES; 1569, B & C BUSINESS PRODUCTS, INC, 395.88, SUPPLIES; 1570, FOUNTAIN SQUARE CLEANERS, 692.50, SUPPLIES; 1571, NAPA AUTO PARTS, 1078.46, SUP- PLIES; 1572, STILLWATER MILL AGRI CENTER, 97.11, SUPPLIES; 1573, WILSON CHEVROLET, INC., 167.00, SUPPLIES; 1574, SPECIAL OPS, 91.88, SUPPLIES; 1575, QUARTERMASTER, 172.94, SUPPLIES; 1576, CHICKASAW, 1276.73, SERVICES; 1577, B & C BUSINESS PRODUCTS, INC, 85.00, SERVICES; 1578, MILAS FABRICS, 18.00, SERVICES; 1579, AT & T MOBILITY, 3.12, SER- VICES; 1580, A T & T MOBILITY, 1690.42, SERVICES; 1581, HILTON GARDEN INN, 77.00, SERVICES; 1562, BARTA, SUZETTE D., 95.45, REIMBURSEMENT; 1583, FIMPLE, STAN Q., 255.30, REIMBURSE- MENT; 1584,ANDERSON, NATHAN G., 385.17, REIMBURSEMENT; 1585, ANDERSON, NATHAN G., 1187.72, REIMBURSEMENT; 1586, BARTA, SUZETTE D., 149.85, REIMBURSEMENT; 1587, MIDWEST PRINTERS, 222.74, SUPPLIES; 1588, FENTON OFFICE MART, 86.93, SUPPLIES; 1589, FLEETCOR TECHNOLO- GIES, 168.12, SUPPLIES; 1590, INDUSTRIAL CHEMIST, INC., 450.00, SERVICES; 1591, LOCKE SUPPLY, 647.64, SUPPLIES; 1592, NEOPOST, INC., 224.65, SUPPLIES; 1593, B & C BUSI- NESS PRODUCTS, INC, 302.90, SUPPLIES; 1594, CHICKASAW, 74.95, SERVICES; 1595, HICK- ERSON MECHANICAL, INC., 240.00, SERVICES; 1596, M POWER INC., 150.00, SERVICES; 1597, CENTRAL LAWN AND LANDSCAPE, 45.00, SERVICES; 1598, CHICKASAW, 65.99, SER- VICES; 1599, OKLA. JUVENILE JUSTICE, 186.08, SERVICES; 1600, DAWSON, ALYSON L., 19.98, REIMBURSEMENT; 1601, QUALITY WATER SERVICES, 21.35, SUPPLIES; 1602, FLEET- COR TECHNOLOGIES, 124.00, SUPPLIES; 1603, HICKERSON MECHANICAL, INC., 360.00, SER- VICES; 1604, LEE COMPANY, INC., 75.00, SERVICES; 1605, HICKERSON MECHANICAL, INC., 360.00, SERVICES; 1606, CENTRAL LAWN AND LAND- SCAPE, 45.00, SERVICES; 1607, QUAPAW CO, INC., 11907.12, SUP- PLIES; 1608, BENSON, MICHAEL D., 220.34, REIMBURSEMENT; 1609, DEARINGER PRINTING & TROPHY, 49.90, SUPPLIES; 1610, FIELD ELECTRIC, 2496.00, SERVICES; 1611, GERMAN ROOFING, 4977.50, SERVICES; 1612, TH ERMACUBE LLC, 105.00, SERVICES; 1613, LISTERMAN, ADAM W., 2800.00, SERVICES; HIGHWAY CASH: 655, WARREN CAT, 12817.69, SERVICES; 656, WALKER COMPANIES, 88.00, SERVICES; 657, OCT EQUIP- MENT LLC, 598.75, SERVICES; 658, AMERICAN WELDING SUPPLY, 479.91, SUPPLIES; 659, B & C BUSINESS PRODUCTS, 33.67, SUPPLIES; 660, EAGLE PUMP AND SUPPLY, LLC., 70.03, SUPPLIES; 661, HARRIS GAS STATIONS, 247.85, SUPPLIES; 662, LIONEL HARRIS OIL CO., INC., 943.38, SUPPLIES; 663, O REILLY AUTOMOTIVE, INC., 381.95, SUPPLIES; 664, LIONEL HARRIS OIL CO., INC., 1686.80, SUPPLIES; 665, QUAPAW CO, INC., 4750.55, SUPPLIES; 666, NAPA AUTO PARTS, 401.24, SUPPLIES; 667, QUAPAW CO, INC., 5776.80, SUPPLIES; 668, QUAPAW CO, INC., 4847.35, PPLIES; 669, AT & T U-VERSE, .00, SERVICES; 670, CENTER- POINT ENERGY, 196.34, UTILITIES; 671, ACKLINS LAWN & GARDEN, 771.17, SUPPLIES; 672, O REILLY AUTOMOTIVE, INC., 278.86, SUP- PLIES; 673, .BOB BURK OIL CO., INC., 423.86, SUPPLIES; 674, FLEETPRIDE, INC., 70.52, SUP- PLIES; 675, KINNUNEN SALES & RENTALS,, 15.44, SUPPLIES; 676, O REILLY AUTOMOTIVE, INC., 107.24, SUPPLIES; 677, P & K EQUIPMENT, INC., 153.94, SUPPLIES; 678, SOUTHWEST TRUCK PARTS, INC., 345.06, SUPPLIES; 679, STILLWATER MILLAGRI CENTER, 123.79, SUP- PLIES; 680, STILLWATER STEEL &, 1288.65, SUPPLIES; 681, ZEE MEDICAL, INC., 52.20, SUPPLIES; 682, LIONEL HARRIS OIL CO., INC., 2882.16, SUPPLIES; 683, BOB BURK OIL CO., INC., 253.42, SUPPUES; 684, LIONEL HARRIS OILCO., INC., 23940.45, SUPPLIES; 685, CIRCUIT ENGINEERING DIST. #4, 42.69, SUPPLIES; 686, HER- CULES TIRE SALES, INC., 802.88, SUPPLIES;687, EWING ELECTRIC COMPANY LLC, 135.80, SUPPLIES; 688, POSTAL PACK & SHIP, 50.00, SUPPLIES; BOARD OF PRISON- ERS: 88, FUN FOODS DISTRI- BUTION, 1584.06, SUPPLIES; 89, GATEWAY TO PREVENTION, 200.00, SERVICES; 90, SYSCO FOOD, INC., 15798.02, SUPPLIES; 91, ADVANCED CORRECTIONAL, 21328.15, SERVICES; HEALTH DEPARTMENT: 189, RENAIS- SANCE HOTEL, 81.00, SER- VICES; 190, PEYTON, TINA, 89.91, REIMBURSEMENT; 191, RAINS, KARl, 76.59, REIMBURSEMENT; 192, JUSTUS, LADINA, 170.04, REIMBURSEMENT; 193, SCHO- VANEC, ANNE'R-E, 129.87, REIM- BURSEMENT; 194, HUCKABAY, JEREMY W., 675.00, SERVICES; 195, NASALROAD, LISABETH SUSAN, 1500.00, SERVICES; 196, PEAK PEST SERVICES LLC., 200.00, SERVICES; 197, FENTON OFFICE MART, 700.61, SUPPLIES; 198, STORAGE PLUS, 30.00, SERVICES; 199, STC/BUSlNESS WORLD, 190.00, SERVICES; 200, A T & T, 472.80, SERVICES; 201, CITY OF STILLWATER, 1740.24, UTILITIES; 202, PAYNE CO. ASSES- SOR, 10167.89, SERVICES; 203, CENTERPOINT ENERGY, 119.23, UTILITIES; 204, A T & T MOBILITY, 1036.05, SERVICES; 205, LAN- GUAGE LINE SERVICES, 500.49, SERVICES; SHERIFF SERVICE FEE: 126, SYMBOL ARTS, 210.00, SUPPLIES; 127, GALLS, INC., 264.51, SUPPLIES; 128, SPECIAL OPS, 1619.98, SUPPLIES; 129, ENTENMANN-ROVIN CO., 75.23, SUPPLIES; 130, BEST BUY BUSI- NESS ADVANTAGE, 205.96, SUP- PLIES; 131, STILLWATER NEWS- PRESS, 58.93, SERVICES; 132, STILLWATER NEWSPRESS, 57.58, SERVICES; 133, B & C BUSINESS PRODUCTS, INC, 515.00, SUP- PLIES; MORTGAGE CERTIFICA- TION TAX: 10, QUALITY WATER SERVICES, 7.45, SUPPLIES; REVOLVING FORFEITURE: 10, STILLWATER POLICE DEPT., 413.50, SERVICES; MECHANIC LIEN FEE: 3, B & C BUSINESS PRODUCTS, INC, 60.00, SER- VICES; FAIRBOARD CASH: 124, WESTERN MECHANICAL LLC, 204.75, SERVICES; 125, ALLIED WASTE SERVICES, 398.00, SER- VICES; 126, OKLA. CA'R'LEMEN S ASSOC., INC., 100.00, SERVICES; SHERIFF S COMMISSARY: 6, TIGER COMMISSARY, 4543.59, SUPPLIES; JAIL OPERATION & MAINTENANCE: 393, CREDIT CARD OPERATIONS, 860.11, SUPPLIES; 394, QUALITY WATER SERVICES, 296.50, SUPPLIES; 395, LOWE S COMPANIES, INC., 9.64, SUPPLIES; 396, QUALITY WATER SERVICES, 99.00, SUPPLIES; 397, GRIMSLEYS, INC., 1243.50, SUPPLIES; 398, KINNUNEN SALES & RENT- ALS,, 161.59, SUPPLIES; 399, EWlNG ELECTRIC COMPANY LLC, 547.60, SUPPLIES; 400, EWlNG ELECTRIC COMPANY LLC, 545.92, SUPPLIES; 401, B & C BUSINESS PRODUCTS, INC, 60.00, SERVICES; 402, A T & T MOBILITY, 749.64, SERVICES; 403, WIN WHOLESALE COM- MERCIAL, 1405.39, SUPPLIES; 404, FASTENAL COMPANY, 34.01, SUPPLIES; 405, WIN WHOLE- SALE COMMERCIAL, 426.46, SUPPLIES; SOLID WASTE: 101, JOHN DEERE FINANCIAL, 76.43, SUPPLIES; 102, STILLWATER STEEL&, 166.40, SUPPLIES; 103, STILLWATER STEEL &, 537.50, SUPPLIES; 104, LOCKE SUPPLY, 712.69, SUPPPLIES; E 9!1 : 42, A T & T, 394.30, SERVICES; 43, A T & T, 521.68, SERVICES; 44, A T & T, 565.22, SERVICES; 45, AT & T, 565.22, SERVICES; 46, AT & T, 585.22, SERVICES; 47, AT & T, 352.92, SERVICES; The following bid was opened: Bid #2012-29, carpet installation -- 1. Innovative Interiors, 4300 High Oaks, Muskogee, Ok. 74401 Hasser made recommendation to accept Innovative Interiors as the best and only bid received. Arthur made the motion to approve the rec- ommendation as requested. Blasier seconded. Arthur, aye; Blasier, aye; Hesser, aye. The meeting was adjoumed. Linda Hatfield Payne County Clerk Tyler Candles now at Perkins Drug Tyler Jar Candles Experience The Difference I 246S, Main, Perkins 055472414 w00,perk[nsdrug000m