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Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye; Deering, aye. Motion carried. 31, Lost Creek Men will meet for a "work day" at the church. 31, Quilt Auction. and again April 29, Lost Creek, Eden Chapel and Perkins Churches are singing the musical "Experiencing God". Wednesday nights 7:30 p.m. co trip planned for Christmas break was been post- The target date now is Spring Break. Contact Richard Rains, for details. / [5-29, VIM Youth Experience, Maintenance and Construction 10-12 grade. Brochures are in the foyer. - 13, Youth Force. of Christ Tharp anday mornings we are sill involved in a series of lessons over Romans. In fact, we are only in chapter two. The title of is "Under New Management". We are talking about how who have placed their lives under the management of Christ coming Sunday morning the message may be a bit shocking The title is, "Why religion can't save you". I believe it will that changes how some people think about their rela- with God. we invite all to come worship and learn with us. And are. It doesn't matter how bad your past has been or if old clothes; (just wear some clothes) if you don't have would be glad to help with that. What matters is that God a relationship with you. Bible classes for all ages begin services starts at ten. I hope to see you here. County Board of Commissioners met in a regular meeting Monday, 2001. Notice of the meeting was made by posting an agenda in the Open Meeting Law. The following were present: GIoda , Chairman; Jim Arthur, Vice-Chairman; Bill Deenng, Member; Shard ; Charles Rogers, Assistant District Attorney. :1 the meeting to order at 9:00 a.m. The meeting was opened and Flag Salute. recognized Mr. Larry Wheatley. Mr. Wheatley addressed the I the Road Weight Limit Policy. Wheatley asked if there was approach to restricting the road usage. Wheatley stated at the Public on the matter, Mr. Deenng stated he was going to remove igns. noted he did not make that statement. He did not intend to take the Deering stated by using the permit overweight trucks The permit allows the trucks to run legally not give authority to travel over weight on bndges. was concemed that roads are being improved, without consider- the use of the road. Roads should be built with the traffic in mind. is a connecting link, however, it is rated 8-ton limit. The hard roads being built are not adequate and with the added weight limit he felt the trucking industry was being discriminated against. questioned how the Board can build a road at less capacity than the on the road. noted that Board of county commissioners has authority to regulate like the State. r noted the County is trying to stop the abuse on the hard surfaced roads stated that weight distribution on loads makes a significant impact ! much the road can hold. The posted limits do not take into account the Arthur reported he attended a mediation meeting with Kems Construction, Brawley Engineenng, David Jones to discuss settlement of the Jardot Road Project. Arthur reported the following: 1) Kems and Brawley will pay $3000 toward the corrections of the shoulders on the road 2) County will correct shoul- ders work 3) Kems will rascal cracks when weather permits and again at the end of 2001 4) Brawley will provide engineenng assistance for shoulder work 5) Final inspection will be made at the end of 2001. Arthur made the motion to accept the terms of the mediation agreement for the Jardot Road Project. Deering seconded. Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye; Deenng, aye. Motion carded. The following purchase orders were approved: Approved 02/1 2/01 to 02/12/01 ..FY 2000-2001 o GENERAL FUND War# Issued To: Amount Reason Issued: 2167 QUALITY WATER SERVICES 28.25 SUPPLIES 2168 FENTON OFFICE MART 162.85 SUPPLIES 2169 LOWE'S COMPANIES, INC. 9.96 SUPPLIES 2170 FENTON OFFICE MART 73.92 SUPPLIES 2171 A T & T WIRELESS SERVICES232.51 SERVICES STILLWATER TYPEWRITER CO.,INC 161..16 MAINTENANCE JEAN BARNES BOOKS 100.00 SUPPLIES SOUTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE 1022.03 SERVICES GREEN, CLYDE W. 145.46 REIMBURSEMENT GREEN, CLYDE W. 47.63 REIMBURSEMENT OSBORN, TONY L. 16.31 REIMBURSEMENT BLANKINSHIP, ROY E. 10.80 REIMBURSEMENT BARTRAM, BILLY G. 35.26 REIMBURSEMENT BAGWELL, NOEL F. 4.95 REIMBURSEMENT MCKINNIS, GARRY K. 5.80 REIMBURSEMENT HUCKEBY, ROY K. 48.40 REIMBURSEMENT 2172 2173 2174 2175 2176 2177 2178 2179 2180 2181 2182 2183LIONEL HARRIS OIL CO., INC. 293.76 SUPPLIES 2184CINGULAR WIRELESS 779.44 SERVICES 2185BILTMORE HOTEL OKLAHOMA 143.31 RESERVATIONS 2186BILTMORE HOTEL OKLAHOMA 246.56 RESERVATIONS 2187COUNTY OFFICERS & DEPUTIES 50.00REGISTRATION 2188COUNTY OFFICERS & DEPUTIES 100.00 REGISTRATION 2189HESSER, GLORIAA. 63.48REIMBURSEMENT 2190SELK, MARY P. 236.25 REIMBURSEMENT 2191MERRIFIELD OFFICE SUPPLY 99.00 SUPPLIES 2192MIDWEST PRINTERS 32.07SUPPLIES 2193COMPREHENSIVE COMMUNITY 54.47 SUPPLIES 2194SCHOOL SPECIALTY, INC. 49.88 SUPPLIES 2195MIDWEST SINGLE SOURCE, INC. 44.64 SUPPLIES 2196HICKERSON MECHANICAL SERVICE 96.00 MAINTENANCE 2197INDUSTRIAL CHEMIST, INC. 270.00 SERVICES 2198WESTERN MECHANICAL, INC. 1023.15 SUPPLIES 2199POSTMASTER 3000.00 POSTAGE 2200SOUTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE 4578.47 SERVICES 2201EASTERN OKLA. YOUTH 466.67 SERVICES 2202CENTRAL OKLA. YOUTH 133.38 SERVICES 2203QUALITY WATER SERVICES 50.00 SUPPLIES 2204INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE 47.43 SERVICES 2205GRIMSLEY'S, INC. 78.21 SUPPLIES 2206SIMON'S LANDSCAPING 160.00 SERVICES 2207STILLWATER MILLAGRI CENTER 170.00 SUPPLIES 2208ACE HARDWARE 67.98SUPPLIES 2209STILLWATER MILLAGRI CENTER 38.75 SUPPLIES 2210UNIFIRST 104.40 SERVICES 2211GRIMSLEY'S, INC. 334.18 SUPPLIES 2212HUGHES LUMBER 11.84 SUPPLIES 2213B & C BUSINESS PRODUCTS64.94 SUPPLIES 2214FLECK BEARING CO., INC.10.40 SUPPLIES 2215ATWOOD'S FARM PLAN 170.80 SUPPLIES 2216NAPAAUTO PARTS 310.99 SUPPLIES HIGHWAY CASH 1214STEWART STONE, INC. 5215.20 ROCK 1215STEWART STONE, INC. 5457.51 ROCK 1216AMERICAN WELDING SUPPLY 200.77 SUPPLIES 1217CIMARRON TRUCK PARTS, INC. 198.54 SUPPLIES 1218CROW-BURLINGAME CO. 274.89 SUPPLIES 1219CUSHING LUMBER CO. 117.75 SOPPLIES 1220DARR EQUIPMENT CO. 257.90 SUPPLIES 1221LIONEL HARRIS OIL CO., INC. 480.90 SUPPLIES i!! UNIFIRST the roads. he did no see the permit as doing any good. He suggested a running overweight, in place of having to complete a permit move equipment. He asked about off-road vehicles. Wheatiey gravel roads are not adequate to move equipment on. if the county is going to continue to build asphalt roads. stated they would continue bu Iding asphalt roads. r clarification on the permit. The Board explained this Permit. The Board does not have to approve each permit. asked what the effective date is. The Board stated they are still not give an effective date, a recent incident involving a road crossing without an ap- The installation was not tn compliance with the County start- Shallow installation has caused problems. stated the Board has the authority and proper installation. The County could ask for damages. utility permits: 1" line installed by trenching; parallel 3-19N-1E E/W .2 miles E of Redland Rd 'Energy .. 3" oil and gas flow line; cross N/S Road 700' S of NW/c 12- - 3" line installed by bodng - cross N/S road; 68' S of NF_J approve the utility permit. Deenng seconded. Arthur, aye; Deedng, aye. Motion carded. resignation of Woodrow King from Sales Tax Commit- made the motion to accept the resignation. Arthur seconded. Hesser, aye; Deedng, aye. Motion carded amendment to Flood Plan Administrator Ordinance. the motion to table for clarification. Arthur seconded. Arthur, aye; Deedng, aye. Motion carded. contract with Hickerson Mechanical for the Court- Maintenance. The effective date is Janu- The Board discussed the contract amount. o nonthly preventive maintenance checks are at a rate ot ther jObs will be at $48.00 per hour, plus parts. Deedng made the approve the annual contract as noted. Arthur seconded. Arthur, ing, aye. Motion carded. program would be located In the new building. CASA ~missioners with a Fnendship award in recognition of :I by the C.,ounty. monthly reports: County Clerk, Collections, 30513.10; Inventory for District #1 and Distdct #3. Arthur made reports. Deedng seconded. Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye. Motion carded. aresented a transfers: Distdct Attorney to General Govemment: the motion to approve the transfer. Arthur seconded. aye; Deenng, aye. Motion carried. recess for Executive Session to discuss Jan:lot Road Keystone Equipment claim as posted on the Agenda. Oeedng Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye; Deedng, aye. Motion carded. called the regular meeting back to order. Deedng made the :xecutive Session. Arthur seconded. Arthur, aye; Hesser, Motion carded. motion to authorize the District Attorney's office to gather regarding the claim from Keystone Equipment. Arthur seconded. 436.16 SERVICES 81.49 SURIPLJE$.. 60.20 SUPPLIES 1225CIMARRON GLASS AND OVERHEAD 154.49 SUPPLIES 1226G. W. VAN KEPPELCO. 58.04SUPPLIES 1227FASTENAL COMPANY 126.38 SUPPLIES 1228FECHNER PUMP & SUPPLY 83.61 SUPPLIES 1229MACK TRUCK SALES OFTULSA, INC 66.98 SUPPLIES 1230HARRIS GAS STATIONS 97.00 SUPPLIES 1231LIONEL HARRIS OIL CO., INC. 797.95 SUPPLIES 1232STILLWATER CONCRETE AND 1014.00 SUPPLIES 1233KINNUNEN SALES & RENTALS, INC 137.50 RENTAL 1234OKLA. CORRECTIONAL INDUSTRIES 208.50 SUPPLIES 1235ANSAN FIRE SAFETY CO., INC. 234.50 SERVICES 1236UONEL HARRIS OIL CO., INC.7399.68 FUEL 1237BRUCKNERS MACKTRUCK 178.59 SUPPLIES 1238AVERT PEST ELIMINATION, INC. 30.00 SERVICES 1239AT &T 93.78SERVICES 1240TOTAL TRUCK & TRAILER 6938.00 SUPPLIES 1241DARR EQUIPMENT CO. 6500.00 LEASE 1242WALMART COMMUNITY BRC 35.58 SUPPLIES 1243KINNUNEN SALES & RENTALS, INC137.48 SUPPLIES 1244CIMARRON TRUCK PARTS, INC. 5.85 SUPPLIES 1245STILLWATER MILLAGRI CENTER 61.88 SUPPLIES 1246PERKINS BUILDERS SUPPLY, INC.363.23 SUPPLIES 1247LOWE'S COMPANIES, INC. 405.69 SUPPLIES 1248OLINGHOUSE STEEL SUPPLY 266.94SUPPLIES 1249UNIFIRST 473.70SERVICES 1250LIONEL HARRIS OIL CO., INC. 18.06 SUPPLIES 1251FARM & HOME SUPPLY 42.22 SUPPLIES 1252BOB BURK OIL CO., INC. 263.64 SUPPLIES 1253STEWART STONE, INC. 2506.90 ROCK 1254STEWART STONE, INC. 4415.32 ROCK 1255STEWART STONE, INC, 5447.61 ROCK 1256QUAPAW CO., INC. 161.14 SAND 1257OLINGHOUSE STEEL SUPPLY 22.00 SUPPLIES 1258STEWART STONE, INC. 4837.17 ROCK 1259WILSON CHEVROLET, INC. 19.31 SUPPLIES 1260OUNGHOUSE STEEL SUPPLY 25.00 SUPPLIES 1261STEWART STONE, INC, 3233.52 ROCK 1262STEWART STONE, INC. 2512.42 ROCK 1263QUAPAWCO., INC. 1882.97 ROCK 1264LIONEL HARRIS OIL CO., INC. 7278.71 FUEL 1265BRUCKNERS MACKTRUCK 131.78 SUPPLIES 1266OLINGHOUSE STEEL SUPPLY 549.04 SUPPLIES 1267VINCE'S REPAIR "438.00 SUPPLIES 1256DARR EQUIPMENT CO. 9100.00 LEASE BOARD OF PRISONER'S 34 GRIMSLEY'S, INC. 229.88 SUPPLIES 35 STILLWATER ORTHOPAEDIC 75.00 SERVICES HEALTH DEPARTMENT 280OKLA. STATE DEPT. OF HEALTH 29480.24 PAYROLL 281STANFIELD, REBECCA 65.21 REIMBURSEMENT 282STITES, YVONNE 38.30 REIMBURSEMENT 283PRIGMORE, TRACY 61.10 REIMBURSEMENT 284PROVENCE, PAGE 112.47 REIMBURSEMENT 285MCWHIRT, ROBERTA 112.13 REIMBURSEMENT 286DOWELL, EVA J. 136.28 REIMBURSEMENT 287AMERIcARE COMPLETE CARE, INC. 780.00 SERVICES 288ACE HARDWARE 15.54SUPPLIES 289LABORATORY SUPPLY COMPANY 38.28 SUPPLIES 290ACE HARDWARE 28.97SUPPLIES 291A & M PEST SERVICES, INC. 100.00 SERVICES 292STILLwATER PRIVATE SECURITY 359.10 SUPPLIES 293BISWELL, JEREMIAH TODD 585.00 LABOR 294TCB OFFICE SUPP~LY 31.95 SUPPLIES 295GRIMSLEY'S, INC. 45.80SUPPLIES 296 COMPREHENSIVE COMMUNITY 51.96 SUPPLIES 297CITY OF CUSHING 364.58 UTILITIES 298CITY OF STILLwATER 1078.32 UTILITIES 299PAYNE CO. COMMISSION 1671.72 REIMBURSEMENT 300TSR WIRELESS-OKLAHOMA CITY 61.03 SERVICES 301BMI SYSTEMS, INC. 150.00 MAINTENANCE SHERIFF SERVICE FEE 36 OKLA. SHERIFF'S ASSOCIATION 1125.00 DUES FAIRBoARD CASH 149 MITCHELL JR., ROBERT L. 810.00 SUPPLIES SAFEROOM GRANT 73 SHANK, DUANE D. 2000.00 SERVICES THE PERKINS JOURNAL, 111 ay, March 8, ZOO I - I t. 74 MCCOLLOM, RICHARD A. 2000.00 SERVICES 75 MCCOLLOM, MATT 2000.00 SERVICES 76 SMALLEY, PAT & BRENDA 2000.00 SERVICES 77 DEAN, EVELYN ORENE 2000.00 SERVICES 78 SCARBROUGH, TOM ~ 2000.00 SERVICES 79 MCCULLOUGH, MIKE i~ 2000.00 SERVICES 80 HARGROVE, DAVID P. i 2000.00 SERVICES SOUD WASTE MANAGEMENT ~ "" 45 ROSS SERVICE STATION 7.O0 SERVICES Arthur made the motion to adjourn t~ meeting. Deenng seconded. Arthur, ,, aye; Hesser, aye; Deering, aye. Mo~ carded. Sherri Schieffer County Clerk The Payne County Board of Commi~rs met in a regular Meeting Tuesda~ ,, February 20, 2001. Notice of the m~ was made by posting an agenda k, accordance with the Open Meeting Caw. The following were present: Glori~ ~ Hasser, Charwoman; J m Arthur, vi~airman; Bill Deering, Member; She, r~ Schieffer, County Clerk. The Chairman called the meeting to ~r at 9:00 a.m. The meeting was opene with Prayer and Flag Salute. ~. ,,.- The Chairman recognized Mr. Jack:pdtchard, Fifty-One East Water Distdcl Pritchard updated the Board concerr~ current water improvement project fo Fifty-One East. The Contractor has ~pleted 9 miles of the planned 11-mili ' project. Prltchard stated that due to~tiation with City of Stillwater the las~. two miles of water line would not be ~pleted as bid. The City of Stillwater i= planning expansion of City limits in tl~ area and Fifty-One East concluded it : i not cost effective to expand their Itn~ Into the City. ,' The Contractor has signed a Mutual Modification of Contractual Obligatiom" agreeing the remaining two miles will not be installed pursuant to the terms.a the odginal Contract. Prltchard nobKl the 2 miles will be installed, but at ah. alternate site. The $35,000 remainingon the Grant will be used for pipe installa, tion. Fifty-One East will decide in the next few weeks where that will be. H, noted they are negotiating with the ~ of Stillwater on a feeder line at Rich mond Road. ' :' Pntchard stated the payment request for the final payment has been submitte~ to the County Clerk. Pritchard requested the final payment in the amount q $223,042.00 be tabled at this t me. He noted project clean up is not up to t~i' specifications. The Contractor has been advised, v Arthur noted he had to send a Motor grader out to repair damages. Arth.u,'; advised Pritchard he would be billing the Contractor for the expense. Arthur made the motion to table the purchasa order to Davis Excavating. Deerin~ seconded. Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye; Deedng, aye. Motion carried. , The Chairman presented utility permits: Rural Water #3 - water line; cross E/W road 1/3 mit S of 80th and Washington ~ 2096'S of NW/c 23-18N-2E. Chadin Ranch - gas line; trench ng. 2100' E of NW/c Sec22-18N5E Deenng made the motion to approve the utility permits, Arthur seconded. Arthul ,, aye; Hesser, aye; Deenng, aye. Motion carried. .~. Arthur presented donation of Easement for the Stitlwater Creek Proiect. Th*' project is located on the Noble/Payne line. Arthur made the motion to forwart the donation of Easement from John Lewis and Virginia A. to Noble County fe, acceptance. Deering seconded. Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye; Deering, aye. M~I lion carried. , The Chairman presented road name applications: ~'.~ Applicant Name Location George Fouquet Foucluet Dr 36-19No2E; off 32nd St; no mainL '~ Arthur made the motion to approve the Road name. Deering seconded. Arthu~ aye; Hesser, aye; Deedng, aye. Motion carried. The Cierk presented a Notice ol Civil Suit - Alfred Vaughn Apperson vs. Brook~ Chancy Buchanan, etal and NOUOe ol Claim in the Death of Ladonna Thomp son. The Clerk noted the notices have been forwarded to the Insurance Com pany. Arthur presented Road Improvement Resotutlons for Sales Tax 2001-09 to 2001 , 17 THREE-EIGHTHS CENT COUNTY SALES TAX ROAD MONEY NolfficMion RESOLUTION Besolution # 2001-09 Redland Road (SH51 to Airport Road) Crack Fill WHEREAS, Payne County passed a County Sales Tax with 53 percent desig nated to be used for capital improvements on county roads, and WHEREAS Payne County District 3 has chosen ~s a pdonty project 3 miles of Redlan( Road, north from SH51 to Airport Road for crack filling of chip and seal and/o asphalt surfacing, and WHEREAS, this road is a major collector, bus route, ma route, and has a high traffic count. NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Payne County authorizes use c said selea tax funds for ~ pro,,sct dellcribed above. Presented and approve( this 20th day of February, 2001. Rem~utlon # =001-10 Falrgtounds Ro~d (McElroy to SH3~I) Crack RII WHEREAS, Payne County passed a county Salas Tax with 63 percent desig nated to be used for capital improvements on county roads, and WHEREAS Payne County District 3 has chosen as a pdodty project 10 miles of Fairground,', Road, south from McEIroy to SH33 for crack filling of chip and seal and/or as phalt surfacing, and . WHEREA~ this road is a major collector, bus route mail route, and has a high traffic counl, NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVE[ that Payne County authorizes use of.said sales tax funds for tha project de scdbed above. Presented and approved this 20th day of February, 2001. Reeolution # 2001-11 68TM Street (US177 to SIll06) Crack Fill WHEREAS, Payne County passed a (~ounty Sales Tax with 53 percent desig nated to be used for capital improve~ts on county roads, and WHEREAS TH Payne County District 3 has chosen ai a pdoflty project 8 miles of 68 Street east from US177 to SH108 for crack i~lung of chip and seal and/or asphalt sur facing, and WHEREAS, this road iss major collector, bus route, mail route and has a high traffic count. NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLV~ that Payne County authorizes use said sales tax funds for the project cle~dbed above. Presented and approve( this 20th day of February, 2001. Reeolution # 2001-12 South Main Street (Stlllwater Creek i~ perkins Road) Crack Fill WHEREAS, Payne County passed a C~:)unty Sales Tax with 53 pement desig nated to be used for capital improvent~ts on county roads, and WHEREAS Payne County District 3 has chosen ~ a pdodty project 1 1/2 miles of Soutt Main Street, south from Stillwater Cre~ to Perkins Road for crack filling of chil and seal and/or asphalt surfacing, and WHEREAS, this road is a maiD collector, bus route, mail route, and Ii~ a high traffic count. NOW THERE FORE BE IT RESOLVED that Payne C, ounty authodzes use of said sales ta: funds for the project descdbed above, presented and approved this 20th day o February, 2001. Resolution # 2001-13 Country Club Road (1/2 Mile North 01SH51 to Lakevlew Road) Crack Fill WHEREAS, Payne County passed a p~ounty Sales Tax with 53 percent desig nated to be used for capital improve~ on county roads, and WHEREAS Payne County District 3 has chosen a~tl pdodty project I 1/2 miles of Countr Club Road, north from a point _ mile n~ll of SH51 to Lakeview Road for cracl filling of chip and seal and/or asphalt ~acing, and WHEREAS, this road is major collector, bus route, mail route, a~l~has a high traffic count. NOW THERE FORE BE IT RESOLVED that Payne {~unty authonzes use of said sales ta' funds for the project descdbed above ~santed and approved this 20th day c February, 2001.