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12-THE PERKINS JOURNAL, Thursday, Februmy 8, 2001 Poyne County Commissioners roceedings Payne County Commissioners Regular meeting - Jan. 2 The Payne County Board of Commissioners met in a Regular meet- ing, Monday, January 2 " 2001. Notice of the meeting was made by posting an agenda in accor- dance with the Open Meeting Law. The following were present: Bill Deering, Chairman; Gloria Hesser, Vice-Chairman; Jim Arthur, Mem- bers; Sherri Schieffer, County Clerk. The Chairman called the meeting to order at 9:00 a.m. The meeting was opened with Prayer and Flag Salute. The Chairman opened the meeting for Nominations for Chairman. Arthur nominated Hesser. Hesser seconded. Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye; Deering, aye. Motion carried. Chairwoman Hesser called for nominations for Vice-Chairman. Deering nominated Jim Arthur. Arthur seconded. Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye; Deering, aye. Motion carried. Chairwoman Hesser presented information on the Fair Board elec- tions. Candidate filing will be January22-26, 2001 in the County Clerkis office. CandidateS must be registered voters and must reside in Com- mission district in which they file for office. The following Resolution was presented: RESOLUTION # 2001-01 FAIR BOARD ELECTION 2001 BE IT REMEMBERED THAT ON THE 2ND DAY OF JANUARY, 2001, AT A REGULAR MEETING OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMIS- SIONERS OF PAYNE COUNTY, THE FOLLOWING RESOLUTION WAS ADOPTED: WHEREAS, the County Commissioners of Payne County, Oklahoma, resolve that, in accordance with 20.S. 1991 as amended by Enrolled House Bill No. 1103 of the 1993 Oklahoma Legislative Session, the Board of Directors of the Payne County Fair Board shall be elected as follows: 1. The filing period for such election shall consist of five (5) consecu- tive business days and shall commence on January 22, 2001 and end on January 26, 2001. The election shall be held at 9:00 A.M. on February 10, 2001, at the following locations: District 1: District 1 County Road Maintenance Barn; District 2: Payne County Courthouse; and District 3: Expo Cen- ter Community Building. Ballots will be counted at 10:00 A.M. Only registered voters of Payne County shall be eligible to file as a candidate. Any person so filing must reside in the commissionerfs district they seek to represent. Prospective candidates must file with the County Clerk on the form prescribed by the Board of County Commissioners of Payne County. THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Board of County Commis- sioners, Payne County, Oklahoma, to adopt the above resolution. This motion carried unanimously, with all Commissioners voting aye. ADOPTED this 2ND day of January, 2001. Deering made the motion to approve Resolution 01-01. Arthur sec- onded. Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye; Deering, aye. Motion carded. The Clerk presented monthly reports Health Department. Schieffer noted prior months are included: March, 7009.13; June, 5121.60; October, 12794.56; November, 5885.67. Arthur made the motion to approve the reports. Deering seconded. Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye; Deering, aye. Motion carried. The Clerk presented minutes of December 29. Deering noted clerical corrections. Deering made the motion to approve the minutes as noted. Arthur seconded. Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye; Deering, aye. Motion car- ried. Chairwoman Hesser noted the Stillwater City Planning Committee will review the site plans for the new Courthouse House Administration building. Chairwoman Hesser recessed the meeting until January 4. Chairwoman Hesser called the meeting back to order at 10:00 a.m. The following were present: Gloria Hesser, Chairwoman; Jim Arthur, Vice-Chairman; Bill Deering, Member; Sherri Schieffer, County Clerk. Chairwoman Hesser recognized Mr. James Bond, Mr. Bill Knowles, and Mr. Kim Reeves with BK& L Architect. The Board reviewed the site plans for the Cout~ty Administration Building. The Board noted the Architects will be meeting with all County Offi- cials throughout the day. The Chairman adjourned the meeting. Shard Schieffer County Clerk Payne County Commission 1-2-01 Payne County Commissioners Regular meeting - Jan. 8 The Payne County Board of Commissioners met in a Regular meeting Monday, January 8, 2001. Notice of the meeting was made by posting and agenda in accordance with the Open Meeting Law. The following were present:, Gloria Hesser Chairman;, Jim Arthur Vice-Chairman; Bill Deering, Members; Sherri Schieffer, County Clerk. The Chairman called the meeting to order at 9:00 a.m. The meeting was opened with Prayer and Flag Salute. The Chairwoman recognized Mr. Karl Oitmans. Oitmans inquired as to the repairs on Bridge on Cottonwood Creek. Arthur stated Cotton- wood is scheduled to be replaced, They have two projects scheduled prior to Cottonwood. Arthur did not give a projected date. Schieffer presented Receiving and Requisition Officers: motion to pay the invoice as submitted from Keystone in the amount of $536.85. Arthur seconded. Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye; Deering, aye. Motion carded. The Clerk presented Monthly reports - County Clerk, December, 30296.95. Hesser received a letter from Sac & Fox Realty Officer regarding the purchase of property. They asked for information and comments re- garding county zoning and taxes. Hesser noted if the property is pur- chased it would be taken off the tax roll. Hesser reported meeting dates for Oklahoma Water Resource Board. The Clerk presented Certificate of Authorized Signatures for update from DOC. The Board reviewed the form and forwarded to ODOC. Deering made the motion to approve the minutes of January 2, 2001. Arthur seconded. Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye; Deedng, aye. Motion car- ried. Hesser recognized Mr. Roger Romary, Sentinel Transportation. Roman/ inquired to the status of the reviewed Weight limit Permit. Rogers reported he did not have the revision complete. Rogers requested additional information regarding service routes for the oil and gas truck- ing industries. Roman/reported a road location on Brethren Road that is not on the maps. Hesser reminded the Board the master map needs to be up- dated with all changes. Deering stated the Board is striving to make this a workable policy. The Board discussed the bddge posting weight limits. Deering stated the engineering sheets from ODOT were not very clear regarding the weight limit per axle. Rogers requested authorization to recover cost of returning Ken Alan Bowling from Jack Gosting, Bail Bondsman. The prisoner was located in California. The County claims reasonable expenses of travel and deputy salaries. The Bondsman is only willing to reimbursement for travel. The Sheriffis cost to return prisoner was approximately $2000.00. Deering authorized the District Attorney to take all neces- sary action including litigation on behalf of the County to recover cost. Arthur seconded. Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye; Deering, aye. Motion car- ried. Deering made the motion to recess for Executive Session. Arthur seconded. Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye; Deering, aye. Motion carried. Arthur made the motion the adjourn the executive session and recon- vane the regular meeting. Deedng seconded. Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye; Deering, aye. Motion carried. The Chairwoman called the regular meeting back to order. Deedng made the motion to authorize Jim Arthur to participate in Me- diation regarding the failure of the new paved section of Jardot Road between Airport and Lakeview Rd. Arthur seconded. Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye; Deering, aye. Motion carded. The following purchase orders were approved: Approved 01/08/01 to 01108101 ...FY 1999-2000 FAIRBOARD CASH War# Issued To: Amount Reason Issued: 164 CUNDIFF C.P.A., STEVEN F. 1250.00 SERVICES 165 ALEXANDER CONSTRUCTION CO. 4999.70 SERVICES Approved 01/08/01 to 01/08/01 ...FY 2000-2001 GENERAL FUND War# Issued To: Amount Reason Issued: 1791 DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S COUNCIL 12125.00 SERVICES 1792 WALMARTCOMMUNITY BRC 113.28 SUPPLIES 1793 FENTON OFFICE MART 133.87 SUPPLIES 1794 FENTON OFFICE MART 172.71~SUPPLIES 1795 QUALrTY WATER SERVICES ........ ~I~;:0b;~UPPL]E~' :': ..... " 1796 AT & T WIRELESS SERVICES 97:0]3 ~SERVICES"' 1797 SOUTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE 137.91 SER- VICES 1798 STILLWATER TYPEWRITER CO.,INC 133.04 MAINTE- NANCE 1799 H & H INVESTMENTS 900.00 RENT 1800 WEST GROUP 613.32 SUPPLIES 1801 WEST GROUP 27.50 SUPPLIES 1802 WEST GROUP 75.00 SUPPLIES 1803 MATTHEW BENDER & CO. INC, 381.48 SUPPLIES 1804BLANKINSHIP, ROY E. 10.90 REIMBURSEMENT 1805BARTRAM, BILLY G. 10.00 REIMBURSEMENT 1806HUCKEBY, ROY K. 39.48 REIMBURSEMENT 1807BROWN, ANGELA Po 56.31 REIMBURSEMENT 1808GREEN, CLYDE W. 36.93 REIMBURSEMENT 1809DARTY, JOSHUA K. 64.35 REIMBURSEMENT 1810ONE HOUR MOTO PHOTO 26.23 SUPPLIES Department Requisition Receiving Election Board Glenna Craig Lonzetta Garrett, Cathy Gill District #1 Shylowe Mantle 1826 ANDERSON, NATHAN G. Arthur made the motion to approve the appointments. Deering sac- 1827 SEW NEWS onded. Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye; Deering, aye. Motion carded. 1828 POSTMASTER Arthur noted District #3 received a donation check in the amount of 1829 POSTMASTER $200.00 from Roberson Oil Company for repairs on Road. 1830 INTER.NET The Matter of a Declaration of Acceptance of a GIFT for Payne County 1831 PROGRESSIVE FARMER 1832 SCHIEFFER, SHERRI D. WHEREAS, Roberaon Oil Company, Inc. pursues a strong commit- 1833 MIDWEST PRINTERS ment to the community and has a strong desire to improve the quality 1834 of life for the residents of Payne County, and 1835 WHEREAS, Payne County issues this instrument to indicate it's de- 1836 sire to accapt this gift of a check in the amount of $200.00 donated for 1837 the purchase of diesel fuel and labor for dirt removal from asphalt road 1838 on 44TH Street to supplement Payne County's resources, 1839 NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that Payne County hereby 1840 expresses it's gratitude and it's intent to accept this gift that has been 1841 donated by Roberson Oil Company~/nc., P.O. box 8, Ada, Oklahoma, 1842 74821-0008. 1843 Presented to and approved this 8th day of January, 2001. 1844 Arthur made the motion to approve the Resolution accepting the do- nation. Deedng seconded. Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye; Deering, aye. Motion carried. Hesser recognized Mr. Noel Bagwell. Bagwell reported the Law En- forcement Block Grant in the amount of $10,034 for equipment has been granted. He requested Board accept the Grant and authorize Chairman to sign upon receipt. Deering made motion to accept the Law Enforcement Block Grant and authorize the Chairman to sign. Arthur seconded. Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye; Deering, aye. Motion car- ried. Deering presented invoice from Keystone Equipment for oil change: and broken light on leased equipment that has been returned. Deering he felt the County was responsible for the repairs. Deering made the 1811WALMART COMMUNITY BRC ' 214.40 SUPPLIES 1812LAW ENFORCEMENT SYSTEMS, INC. 193.00 SUPPLIES 1813SIRCHIE FINGER PRINT 118.70 SUPPLIES 1814CITY OF STILLWATER 149.95 SERVICES 1815OKLA. NATURAL GAS 158.65 SERVICES 1816AT & T WIRELESS SERVICES 77.43 SERVICES 1817MAINSTAY SYSTEMS, INC. 24.00 TONER 1818SOUTHWESTERN BELLTELEPHONE 57.17 SERVICES 1820REGIONAL MEDICAL LAB, INC. 42.00 SERVICES 1821CENTRAL STATES ORTHOPEDIC 191.00 SERVICES 1822MIDWEST PATHOLOGY 375.00 SERVICES 1823 STILLWATER MEDICAL CENTER 777.25 SERVICES 1824 OSU COOPERATIVE EXTENSION SRV 262.30 PAYROLL 1825 XPEDX 147.60 SUPPLIES 1845 1846 1847 1848 1849 1850 1851 1852 1853 1854 1855 1856 1857 1858 .381.55 REIMBURSEMENT 21.98 SUBSCRIPTION 43.58 POSTAGE 60.39 POSTAGE 14.00 SERVICES 18.00 SUBSCRIPTION 10.00 REIMBURSEMENT 121.95 SUPPLIES WALMART COMMUNITY BRC 19.90 SUPPLIES B & C BUSINESS PRODUCTS 17.25 SUPPLIES STILLWATER TYPEWRITER CO.,INC 75.00 REPAIRS DEARINGER PRINTING & TROPHY 23.00 SUPPLIES MERRIFIELD OFFICE SUPPLY 14.60 SUPPLIES STILLwATER TYPEWRITER CO.,INC 39.75 REPAIRS PITNEY BOWES, INC. 150.75 SERVICES BANCFIRST 17.50RENTAL MERRIFIELD OFFICE SUPPLY 140.75 SUPPLIES FENTON OFFICE MART 169.62 SUPPLIES B & C BUSINESS PRODUCTS 86.65 SUPPLIES STILLwATER TYPEWRITER CO.,INC 150.00 SUPPLIES DEARINGER PRINTING & TROPHY 75.10 SUPPLIES WALMART COMMUNITY BRC 311.60 SUPPLIES WALMART COMMUNITY BRC 344.19 SUPPLIES A T & T WIRELESS SERVICES 31.25 SERVICES CONNECTING POINT COMPUTER 75.00 SUPPLIES MANATRON 837.50MAINTENANCE CUSHING DAILY CITIZEN 439.42 PUBLICATIONS PERKINS JOURNAL 311.05 PUBLICATIONS WESTERN MECHANICAL, INC. 108.65 SUPPLIES STILLwATER NEWSPRESS 425.75 PUBLICATIONS DEARINGER PRINTING & TROPHY 22.00 SUPPLIES MIDWEST PRINTERS 824.67 SUPPLIES ORKIN PEST CONTROL, INC. 240.00 SERVICES 1859 WESTERN MECHANICAL, INC. 575.50 1860STILLWATER NEWSPRESS 41.32 1861CITY OF STILLWATER 125.36SERVICES 1862STILLWATER TYPEWRITER CO.,INC9.95 1863PAYNE CO. YOUTH SERVICES 115.00 1864SAC & FOX NATION JUVENILE 219.94 1865GREEN, JOHN I. AND MAURISE M. 800.00 RENT 1866IONEX TELECOMMUNICATIONS, INC 499.12 1867CITY OF STILLWATER 50.46SERVICES 1868HICKERSON MECHANICAL SERVICE 176.00 1869POSTMASTER 3000.00 POSTAGE 1870A & L JANITORIAL SERVICES 130.00 1871A& L JANITORIAL SERVICES 130.00 1872QUALITY WATER SERVICES 30.60 1873A & L JANITORIAL SERVICES 65.00 1874QUALITY WATER SERVICES 54.45 1875ACE HARDWARE 89.70 SUPPLIES 1876ACE HARDWARE 67.89 SUPPLIES 1877 GRIMSLEY'S, INC. 184.70 SUPPLIES tc ' 1878 WOOD- & SONS PAVING 2400.68 SERVICES~ e t 1879 MINERAL SOLUTIONS, INC. 2202.48 SUPPLIES','c to 1880 EMPIRE FINANCIALSERVICES,INC 5981.24 LEASI~"O" ~ 1881 PAYNE CO. DISTRICT #3 62.75 REIMBURSEI~740: 1882 HUFFORD, MICHAEL B. 56.00 SERVICES J,| 5 ( 1883 ANSAN FIRE SAFETY CO., INC. 149.00 SERVICI~E, Sq 1864 WALMART COMMUNITY BRC 9.94 SUPPLII~ & 1885 WESTERN MECHANICAL, INC. 299.00 REPAIRSI" ~ 1886 CITY OF STILLWATER 2240.09 SERVICES 1887 SOUTHWESTERN BELL WIRELESS 30.54 SERVIII~ ~ 1888 HEW WASTE SYSTEMS, INC. 72.52 1889 PAGE PLUS, INC. 18.95 SERVICES HIGHWAY CASH 978KERNSASPHALT, INC. 1183.16 ROOK 979AQUA PLEASURES 20.00 SUPPLIES 980QUALITY FORD, INC. 223.84 SUPPLIES 981STAPLES 155.96 SUPPLIES 982 OKLA. CORRECTIONAL INDUSTRIES 342.50 983 SUNBELT EQUIPMENT & SUPPLY 6430.00 984 RAILROAD YARD 2258.10 SUPPLIES 985 SOUTHWESTERN BELLTELEPHONE 116.63 Irucl 986 EMPIRE COMPANIES 1036.82 LEASE ~i 987 CENTRAL OKLA. TELEPHONE CO. 18.95 SERVI(~[~_ 988 PAYNECO. GENERALFUND 17.20 REIMBL~~'N MENT T"~'I~SI.~ CITY OF CUSHING 389.50 SERVICES .E RELIANT ENERGY ARKLA 472.81 SERVICES ~ Le~ ;E ~& Ge, F~PLIES1 ~..~, )PLIES ~4 E 88 WALMART COMMUNITY BRC 104.36 SUPP S OKLA. CORRECTIONAL INDUSTRIES 332.50 SUPP~_~' QUAPAW CO., INC. 82.81 ROCK ~ E. PERKINS TAG AGENCY 64.00 SERVICES 19 V BOB BURK OIL CO., INC. 301.80 SUPPLIES S~ PERRY TIRE & ALIGNMENT, INC. 1501.84 SUPPLIEI[~ ~, PERRY TIRE & ALIGNMENT, INC. 151.00 SUPPLIES EMPIRE COMPANIES 615.00 LEASE T & W TIRE 3130.95 SUPPLIES BRIDGE AND HIGHWAY 7499.52 SUPPLIES ATWOOD'S FARM PLAN 158.16 SUPPLIES QUAPAW CO., INC. 340.35 ROCK QUAPAW CO., INC. 290.02 ROCK STILLWATER CONCRETE AND 1675.00 SUPPLIE STILLWATER NEWSPRESS 31.72 PUBLICATI(~ BOB BURK OIL CO., INC. 12.50 SUPPLIES BOB BURK OIL CO., INC. 379.54 SUPPLIES NORTHERN EQUIPMENT 5767.50 RENTAL OKLA. NATURAL GAS 894.56 SERVICES .... CITY OF STILLWATER 239.11 SERVICES EMPIRE COMPANIES 1230.00 LEASE HYPERNET SOLUTIONS, INC. 10.92 SERVICE,= EWING ELECTRIC CO. 600.00 SUPPLIES 989 990 991 992 993 994 995 996 997 998 999 1000 1001 1002 1003 1004 1005 1006 1007 1008 10~)9 1010 1011 1012 1013 1014DEARINGER PRINTING 1015WELCH STATE BANK 1016WELCH STATE BANK 1017KOMATSU FINANCIAL 1018HOME NATIONAL BANK BOARD OF PRISONERfS 21 ICS 1041.50 & TROPHY 365.00 SUPPI 1350.05 LEASE 1266.51 LEASE 2165.70 LEASE 2935.05 LEASE SUPPLIES 22 GRIMSLEY'S, INC. 588.75 SUPPLIES HEALTH DEPARTMENT 229 MCWHIRT, ROBERTA 89.38REIMBURSEME 230 AMERICARE COMPLETE CARE, INC. 930.00 PUBLI( TIONS 231AMERICARE COMPLETE CARE, INC. 960.00 SERVI( 232FENTON OFFICE MART 9.12 SERVICES 233COWBOY COPY 75.25 SUPPLIES 234METROCALL 101.31SUPPLIES 235A T & T WIRELESS SERVICES614.94 SERVICES 236OKLA. NATURAL GAS 735.40 SERVICES 237 SOUTHWESTERN BELL YELLOW PAGE 168.00 S VICES 238 PITNEY BOWES CREDIT CORP. 486.00 SERVICE 239 OKLA. DEPT. OF HUMAN SERVICES 35.20 SERVIC| SHERIFF SERVICE FEE 30 PAYNE CO. HEALTH DEPT. 325.50 SUPPLIES 31 OKIE MOTORS, INC. 83.90 SERVICES MORTGAGE CERTIFICATION 23 B & C BUSINESS PRODUCTS 78.17 SUPPLIES 24 SOUTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE 41.19 SERVI(~ REVOLVING FORFEITURE 50 DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S COUNCIL 12300.00 PAYROLl FAIRBOARD CASH 135IKON OFFICE SOLUTIONS 230.00 MAINTENAN~ 136OKLA. NATURAL GAS 819.88SERVICES 137INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF 75.00 DUES 138SWANK, MARY JANE 195.00LABOR VOCA GRANT 5 DISTRICTATTORNEY'SCOUNCIL 6442.48SERVICES SHERIFF COMMISSARY ~ 18 POSTMASTER 33.00POSTAGE GRANTS 63 LATHAM CONSTRUCTION 600.00 SUPPLIES 54 SPEAR & MCCALEB CO., INC. 21316,00 SERVICES DRUG TASK FORCE 73 PHILFLEETADvANTAGE 128.86 SUPPLIES 74 RADIO SHACK 45.38SUPPLIES 75 WALMART COMMUNITY BRC 207.04 SUPPLIES 76 SOUTHWESTERN BELL WlRELESS 320.87 SERVIG 77 A T & T WIRELESS SERVICES 60.63 SERVICES SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT 37 VARNELL, DARRELL R. 4.77 REIMBURsEMEN 38 DAVIS SANITATION 300.00 SERVICES Arthur made the motion to adjourn. Deering seconded. Arthur, Hesser, aye; Deedng, aye. Motion carded. Shard Schieffer County Clerk Payne County Commission i-8-2001