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12-THE PERKINS JOURNAL, Thursday, March 8, 2001 Resolution # 2001-14 Western Road (32"0 Street to SH33) 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 as a pdonty project 7 miles of Western Road, south from 32ND Street to SH33 for crack filling of chip and seal and/or asphalt surfacing, and WHEREAS, this road is a major collector, bus route, mail route, and has a high traffic count. NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Payne County authorizes use of said sales tax funds for the project described above. Presented and approved this 20th day of February, 2001. Resolution # 2001-14 Watem Road (32"0 Street to SH33) Crack Fill WHEREAS, Payne County passed a County Sales Tax with 53 pement desig- nated to be used for capital improvements on county roads, and WHEREAS, Payne County Distdct 3 has chosen as a pdority project 7 miles of Western Road, south from 32ND Street to SH33 for crack filling of chip and seal and/or aSl~halt surfacing, and WHEREAS, this road is a major collector, bus route, mall route, and has a high traffic count. NO~f THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Payne County authorizes use of sai~l sales tax funds for the project dsscdbed above. Presented and approved this 20th day of February, 2001. THREE-EIGHTHS CENT COUNTY SALES TAX ROAD MONEY NOTIFICATION RESOLUTION Re.Solution # 2001-15 Labvlew Road (Country Club to _ Mile East of Sangre Road) Crack Fill t WHEREAS, Payne County passel a County Sales Tax with 53 percent desig- nated to be used for capital improvements on county roads, and WHEREAS, Pavna County District 3 has chosen as a priority project I _ miles of Lakeview Ro'ed, east Irom Country Club Road to _ mile east of Sangre Road for crack filllmg of chip and seal and/or asphalt surfacing, and WHEREAS, this road is a major collector, bus route, mail route, and has a high traffic count. NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Payne County authonzes use of said sales tax funds for the project described above. Presented and approved this 20th day of February, 2001. Reimlution # 2001-16 80TM Street (US177 to Sangre 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 as a priority project 3 miles of 80 TM Street, west from US177 to Sangre Road for crack filling of chip and seal and/or as- phalt surfacing, and WHEREAS, this road is a major collector, bus route, mail route, and has a high traffic couht. NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Payne County authorizes use of said sales tax funds for the project dsscdbed above. Presedted and approved thi~,20th day of February, 2001. Re~olutlon # 2001-17 44';" Street (US177 to Husband Street) C "r~ck Fill WHEREAS, Payne County passed a County Sales Tax with 53 percent desig- nabsd to be used for capital improvements on county roads, and WHEREAS, Pay, ne County DIstdct 3 has chosen as a priority project _ mile of 44 TM Street, w(~Jt from US177 to Husband Street for crack filling of chip and seal end/or asphalt surfacing, and WHEREAS, this road is a major collector, bus route, mall route, and has a high traffic count. NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Payne County authorizes use of said sales tax funds for the project described above. Ar~ur made the motion to approve Resolutions 2001-09 to 2001-17. Deedng sebonded. Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye; Desnng, aye. Motion carded. Ar~ur presented Resolutions for Weight Limitsi " RESOLtrRON # 2001.20~ :~ ........ ~" " RE: WEIGHT LIMIT ON COUNTY ROAD WHEREAS, T~e 69 O.S. 1991 Sec. 601 vests junsdiction over county roads an(~ highways in the county commission, and WHEREAS, Title 47 O.S. 1991 Se~. 14-113 specifies certain powers of the county commission with respect to the:regulation of traffic on local highways, and WHEREAS, a road in Payne County needs to have a weight load limitation changed in order to better serve the:public, NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Payne County Board of Commissioners does hereby designate ~ 30,000 pol~mds gross vehicle weight for ~e tollowin9 roads: Vinco Road, beginning at Perkins Road and extending to Sangre Road. This resolution supersedes all pfib resolutions or posting of roads, if any. Presented to and approved this day of February, 2001. RESOLUTION # 2001-21 RE: WEIGHT LIMIT ON COUNTY ROAD WHEREAS, Title 69 O.S. 1991 Sac. 601 vests jurisdiction over county roads and highways in the county commission, and WHEREAS, Title 47 O.S. 1991 Sac. 14-113 specifies certain powers of the county commission with respect to the regulation of traffic on local highways; and WHEREAS, a road in Payne County needs to have a weight load limitation changed in order to better serve the public, NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Payne County Board of Commissioners does hereby designate the weight limit of 30,000 pounds gross vehicle weight for the following roads: North Jardot Road, begin- ning at Lakeview Road and extending to Airport Road. This resolution super- sedes all pdor resolutions or posting of roads, if any. Presented to and ap- proved this 20th day of February, 2001. PAYNE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS RESOLUTION # 2001-22 RE: WEIGHT UMIT ON COUNTY ROAD WHEREAS, Title 69 O.S. 1991 Sac. 601 vests jurisdiction over county roads and highways in the county commission, and WHEREAS, Title 47 O.S. 1991 Sec. 14.113 specifies certain powers of the county commission with respect to the regulation of traffic on local highways, and WHEREAS, a road in Payne County needs to have a weight load limitation changed in order to better serve the public, NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Payne County Board of Commissioners does hereby designate the weight limit of 30,000 pounds gross vehicle weight for the following roads: South Jardot Road, be- ginning at Highway 33 and extending to 104th Street. This resolution super- sedes all prior resolutions or posting of roads, if any. Presented to and ap- proved this 20th day of February, 2001 PAYNE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS RESOLUTION # 2001-23 RE: WEIGHT UMIT ON COUNTY ROAD WHEREAS, Title 69 O.S. 1991 Sac. 601 vests jurisdiction over county roads and highwe:ys in the county comrnlsalon, and WHEREAS, Title 47 O.S. 1991 Sec. 14-113 specifies certain powers of the county commission with respect to the regulation of traffic on local highways, and WHEREAS, a road in Payne County needs to have a weight load limitation changed in order to better serve the public, NOW THEREFORE, BE I1" RESOLVED, that the Payne County Board of Commissioners does hereby designate the weight limit of 30,000 pounds gross vehicle weight for the following roads: Fairgrounds Road, begin- ning at Highway 33 and extending~ Kirk Street. This resolution supersedes all prior resolutions or posting of roads, it any. Presented to and approved this 20th day of February, 2001. RESOLUTION # 2001-24 RE: WEIGHT UMIT ON COUNTY ROAD WHEREAS, Title 69 O.S. 1991 Sec. 601 vests jurisdiction over county roads and highways in the county commlssion, and WHEREAS, Title 47 O.S. 1991 Sec. 14-113 specifies certain powers of the county commission with respect to the reguletlon of traffic on local highway% and.WHEREAS, a road in Payne County needs toheva l~ght load brnltatlon changed In order to better serve the public, NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Payna County Board of Commiesionars does hereby designate the weight limit of 30,000 pounds gross vehk:de weight for the following roads: Kirk Street, beginning at Brush Creek Road end extending to PralrlerRo~KI. This resolution supersedes all prior resolutions or posting of roads, if any. Presented to and approved this 20th day of February, 2001. Adhur made the motion to approve the Resolutions for Weight limits as pre- sented. Deering seconded. Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye; Deering, aye. 1291 CITY OF STILLWATER 328.30 SERVICES BOARD OF PRISONER'S The Clerk presented Cash appropriations as certified by the Treasurer. Arthur 36 U.S. FOOD SERVICE 9136.97 SUPPLIES made the motion to approve the cash appropriations. Deenng seconded. Arthur, 37 THE EARTHGRAINS CO. 261.00 SUPPLIES aye; Hessar, aye; Deefing, aye. Motion carded. HEALTH DEPARTMENT 302 OKLA. STATE STUDENT 725.00 SUPPLIES Cheri Hall, Assessor presented Re'mote Access contract from Fixed Appraisal 303 PHYSICIAN SALES & SERVICE 540.71 SUPPLIES and Process Service Inc. Deenng made the motion to approve the contract. 304 XEROX CORPORATION 333.00 SUPPLIES Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye; Deenng, aye. Motion carded. 305 AUDIOMETRIC INSTRUMENTS CORP. 41.80 306 INTERMEDIA COMMUNICATIONS 390.46 The Clerk presented Memorandum to remove items from Inventory: 221.01 SHERIFF SERVICE FEE Rotating Kard-Veyor Machine-junked. Deering seconded. Arthur, aye; Hesser, 37 STILLWATER MILLAGRI CENTER 60.40 aye; Deering, aye. Motion carried. 38 STAPLES 79.79 SUPPLIES 39 TOTAL FIR STREET & 278.03 SERVICES The Clerk presented monthly reports: Treasurer January Report; Election Board. MORTGAGE CERTIFICATION Deenng made the motion to approve the monthly reports. Arthur seconded. 29 SOUTHWESTERN BELLTELEPHONE 46.41 Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye; Deedng, aye. Motion carried. SHERIFF TRAINING 19 TERRITORY WESTERN APPAREL 91.80 The Chairman presented information from the City of Stillwater; the city is dis- SHERIFF COMMISSARY cussing a Regional Planning Commission. The County would serve on the 24 COWBOY WHOLESALE CO. 2887.95 SUPPLIES Commission. The Board stated they would like more information regarding the 25 POSTMASTER 170.00 POSTAGE forming of a Regional Planning Commission. The Chairman stated the Flood Plain Management Board has requested one Commissioner serve as ex officio member to Flood Plain Board. Arthur will serve in that capacity. The following purchase orders were approved:Approved 02/20101 to 02/20/ 01 ...FY 2000-2001 GENERAL FUND War# Issued To: Amount Reason Issued: 2217 CONNECTING POINT COMPUTER 40.00 SUPPLIES 2218 WALMART COMMUNITY BRC 14.98 SUPPLIES 2219 KINKO'S, INC. 22.50 SERVICES 2220 KINKO'S, INC. 13.12 SERVICES 2221 STAPLES 8.98 SUPPLIES 2222 ARCH WIRELESS 38.85 SERVICES 2223 IMPRIMATUR PRESS 71.00 SUPPLIES 2224 SOUTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE 1212.53 SERVICES 2225 B & C BUSINESS PRODUCTS 175.00 SUPPLIES 2226 UNIFIRST 25.60 SERVICES 2227 J & B CLEANERS 622.40 SERVICES 2228 NAPA AUTO PARTS 402.51 SUPPLIES 2229 ONE HOUR MOTO PHOTO 84.09 SUPPLIES 2230 STAPLES 85.24 SUPPLIES 2231 ACE HARDWARE 25.65 SUPPLIES 2232 B & C BUSINESS PRODUCTS 327.94 SUPPLIES 2233 SIRCHIE FINGER PRINT 57.95 SUPPLIES 2234 MCBRIDE SERVICE STATION 65.60 REPAIRS 2235 XEROX CORPORATION 65.56 SERVICES 2236 OKLA. DEPT. OF PUBLIC SAFETY 350.00 SERVICES 2237 OKLA. NATURAL GAS 220.70 SERVICES 2238 CITY OF STILLWATER 176.76 SERVICES 2239 WARREN CLINIC, INC. 1351.00 SERVICES 2240 CENTRAL DRUG 2138.88 SUPPLIES 2241 THOMPSEN D.D.S., JOHN A. 405.00 SERVICES 2242 MARTIN M.D., STEPHEN R. 86.00 SERVICES 2243 OSU COOPERATIVE EXTENSION SRV 10720.00 PAYROLL 2244 PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT 0.90 SUPPLIES 2245 COWBOY COPY 120.00 SUPPLIES 2246 THE STOCKMAN GRASS FARMER 28.00 SUBSCRIPTION 2247 TASTE OF HOME'S LIGHT & TASTY 11.98 SUBSCRIPTION 2248 INTER.NET 239.00 SERVICES 2249 COUNTY OFFICERS & DEPUTIES 225.00 REGISTRATION 2250 MIDWEST PRINTERS 300.83 SUPPLIES 2251 DEARINGER PRINTING & TROPHY 25.00 SUPPLIES 2252 DEARINGER PRINTING & TROPHY 7.95 SUPPLIES 2253 UNITED TONER, INC. 129.95 SUPPLIES 2254 RUSH, ANITA S. 30.00 REIMBURSEMENT 2255 RAKEY, GLENNDORAA. 15.52 REIMBURSEMENT 2256 CUSHING DAILY CITIZEN 132.00 PUBUCATIONS 2257 VALET WASH & LUBE 22.00 SERVICES 2258 PHILFLEETADVANTAGE 26.96 SUPPLIES 2259 MANATRON 1650.00 MAINTENANCE 2260 CUMMINS SOUTHERN PLAINS, INC. 3005.00 REPAIRS 2261 CUSHING DAILY CITIZEN 327.35 PUBLICATIONS 2262 CUSHING DAILYCmZIEN 10.88 PUBLICATIONS, 2263 DEARINGER PRINTING & TROPHY 27.60 SUPPLIES 2264 DEARINGER PRINTING & TROPHY 75.00 SUPPLIES 2265 ONE HOUR MOTO PHOTO 38.90 SUPPLIES 2266 INDUSTRIAL SOAP COMPANY 195.30 SUPPLIES 2267 POTTAWATOMIE CO, REGIONAL 487.01 SERVICES 2268 PAYNE CO. YOUTH SERVICES 110.00 SERVICES 2269 OKLA. NATURAL GAS 3761.09 SERVICES 2270 CITY OF STILLWATER 121.31 SERVICES 2271 LEKTRON INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY 171.60 SUPPLIES 2272 HICKERSON MECHANICAL SERVICE 705.06 SERVICES 2273 LEKTRON INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY42.00 SUPPLIES 2274 STAPLES 32.86 SUPPLIES 2275 AIRGAS 31.06 SUPPLIES 2276 MAY'S DRUG STORES, INC. 8.25 SUPPLIES 2277 WESTERN MECHANICAL, INC. 378.50 REPAIRS 2278 SAWS AND ALL SHOP 25.00 SERVICES 2279 OKLA. ASSOCIATION OF FAIRS 50.00 DUES 2280 SOUTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE 48.05 SERVICES 2281 W. S. DARLEY & CO. 437.39 SUPPLIES 2282 THOMPSON WRECKER 93.35 SERVICES HIGHWAY CASH 1269 CLARY, VIVIAN I. 60.72 REIMBURSEMENT 1270 ASSOC. OF COUNTY COMMISSIONER 15.00 REGISTRATION 1271 STEWART STONE, INC. 3607.09 ROCK 1272 INLAND TRUCK PARTS CO. 1016.32 SUPPLIES 1273 JESSE ROSS CONCRETE AND 350.00 SERVICES 1274 ASSOC. OF COUNTY COMMISSIONER 15.00 REGISTRATION 1275 K & O CONSTRUCTION 2364.00 SUPPLIES 1276KIRBY SMITH IVlACHINERY, INC. 274.58 SUPPLIES 1277 CUSHING TAG AGENCY 21.00 SERVICES 1278 OKLA. DEPT. OF TRANSPORTATION 255.95 LEASE 1279 AVERT PEST ELIMINATION, INC. 35.00 SERVICES 1280 NAPA AUTO PARTS 1367.25 SUPPLIES 1281 DARR EQUIPMENT CO. 905.71 SUPPLIES 1282 AIRGAS 457.14 SUPPLIES 1283 CONTINENTAL SAND CO., INC. 127.58 SUPPLIES 1284 KIRBY SMITH MACHINERY, INC. 22.44 SUPPUES 1285 DARR EQUIPMENT CO. 748,72 SUPPt.IES .... 1288 S & S FARMING CORP. 600.00 SUPPLIES 1287 RAILROAD YARD 629.64 SUPPLIES 1288 OK REBUILDERS 216.20 REPAIRS 1289 S & S FARMING CORP. 2835.00 SUPPLIES 1290 OKLA. NATURAL GAS 998.54 SERVICES my Independence." SAFEROOM GRANTS 81 TAYLOR, CANDY 2000.00 REBATE 82 RICHARDS, MARY 2000.00 REBATE 83 BLANKENSHIP, PAUL 2000.00 REBATE 84 SMITH, DAVID A. 2000.00 REBATE 85 AUSTIN, RICHARD E. 2000.00 REBATE 86 PETERMANN, REBECCA L. 2000,00 REBATE 87 LITSEY, KIP 2000.00 REBATE RURAL WATER GRANT 88 51 EASTWATER DISTRICT 1500.00 DRUG TASK FORCE 97 DEPARTMENT OF CENTRAL SERVICE 586.00 98 PICTURE TIME 159.17 SUPPLIES 99 FUELMAN 177.24 SUPPLIES 100OKIE MOTORS, INC. 648.32 REPAIRS 101PAYNE CO. COMMISSION 134.58 102 DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S COUNCIL 5968.00 PAYROLL Arthur made the motion to adjourn. Deering seconded. Arthut aye; Deering, aye. Motion carried. Shern Schieffer County Clerk Charitable contributions should deductible for all taxpayers by Congressman Wes Watkins Most of us make charitable contributions of one sort whether it's donations of canned good to a food drive holidays, or offerings at church, or cash contributions to ( ite non-profit organizations. Unfortunately, under the current U.S. tax coed. deduct charitable contributions from their taxable they itemize their taxes. This quirk in the tax coed is many young married couples, singles, lower-income ers, and others who do not have enough qualified itemize. Non-itemizers often tend to have lower incomes than Thus, organizations supported by non-itemizers ten resources. This problem is exacerbated by the lack of a five to contribute. I believe the U.S. tax code should encourage tions, and Congress is working to fix the problem taxpayer take a deduction for charitable donations. I am an original last week, H.R. 777, which would allow individuals itemize their deductions to take a deduction form total tl~ full ,~alu of_their charitable the standard deduction. This bill will create an itemizers to contribute to charities. Of course, individuals do not make charitable madly for tax reasons, but if a tax benefits encoura giving, so much the better. Charity benefits both the receiver. The act of giving elevates the heart of the of receiving elevates the condition of the recipient. a blessed act that should suffer no discouragement code. md mymlhll mW al am, m adt'm on a Imie orimmlms lo lime, is a key word at Golden Oaks. Our msiden!s have an oppodunity to make new friendships and renew old ore. Ariel wtlh decorated lounge ames, the drnlng room,. resldert= am never mmrlaln t Ir , =(406) a7'/4 4 or come by to see 1/tllage of Stillwater