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B4 - THE JOURNAL, Thursday, March 12, 2015 Classifieds LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE Legal notice published in The Perkins Joumal Mar. 12, 2015 The Payne County Board of County Commissioners met in a regularly scheduled meeting of the board in the Commission Chambers at 9:00 a.m. on Thursday, February 26, 2015 at the Payne County Administration Building located in SlJllwater, Oklahoma. Chairman Reding called the meeting to order: at 9:00 a.m. The following memberswere present: Chair- Chris Reding District 2, Vice- Chair, Kent Bradley, District-3, 7ach Cavett, Dist.-l, Tammy Mathis, Deputy County Clerk. Invocation by Darrell Vamell and Rag Salute to our country by Dewey Clapp. Approve minutes of the previous meeting of the board : Clerk's office presented the minutes for Monday, February 17th meeting for approval. Bradley mentioned there was a spelling error in the Treasurer's MEMO. Motion by Cavett to approve the minutes of February 17th with the noted correction, seconded by Bradley. Roll Call Vote: Cavett-Yes, Bradley-Yes, Reding-Yes. Miscellaneous items from the audi- ence: Tom Bradley, City of Sllwater Fire Chief addressed the board concerning the purchase a triple combination fire engine using County Sales Tax funds. Chief Bradley stated it was his intentions to utilize the 1/16th sales tax funds for this pumhase. Total purchase price for this truck will be $426,000.00. Reding asked if he was going to do a lease pumhase. Chief Bradley stated they anticipated doing a lease pumhase or finance pumhase of this unit. He said the old truck would be declared surplus and be made available to other fire departments. Board thanked Chief Bradley for addressing the board. Discussion/Possible Action of Bid Openings-9:30 A.M.: None presented at this time. Discussion/Possible Action on Eval- uations: No evaluations at this time. Discussion/Possible Action on Reports from Officers and Board: Use of Courthouse Lawn for Land Run 100 Gravel Bike Race-Meeting Location and Overflow-March 13th and 14th 2015: Keith Reed addressed the board requesting the use of the Courthouse Lawn for this event and explaining there would be 550 partici- pants for this bike race representing 14 states and Canada. Motion by Cavett to approve the use of the Courthouse lawn forthe Land Run 100 Gravel Bike Race, seconded by Bradley. Roll Call Vote: Cavett-Yes, Bradley-Yes, Reding-Yes. Use of Courthouse Lane for Payne County Bar Associa'don Evant-May 1, 2015-Courthouse Appreciation Lunch: Reding stated a representative could not be present for the meeting but explained this was a request from the Payne County Bar Association to use the lawn for their annual appreciation lunch. Motion by Bradley to approve the Payne County Bar Association Event on the Courthouse lawn, seconded by Cavett. Roll Call Vote: Cavett-Yes, Bradley-Yes, Reding-Yes. Sentinel Transport-Haul Routes: Matt Mason, Charles Milsap, and Carl Reed of Sentinel Transport addressed the board explaining Sentinel Transport had recently contracted with American Energy Partners to haul their crude oil. Mason displayed a map showing the leases and routes. He stated they wanted to seek guidance from the board and be compliant as to the best routes. The primary unloading stations on the east side of county would be on Unwoed and west of Stillwater would be Orlando. Board discussed the best routes and were told to contact Mason or Reed with any questions. Cavett thanked them for coming before the board. Correction of Typographical Error on Payne County Board of Commissioner Meeting Dates for Calendar Year 2015: Reding stated there needed to be a correction to the day of the week for the November 9th meeting from Tuesday to the correct day of Monday. Motion by Bradley to approve the changes in the Calendar 2015, seconded by Cavett. Roll Call Vote: Cavett-Yes, Bradley-Yes, Reding-Yes. Request for.Traffic Control Signs: None presented at this time Ingress and Egress Agreements- None presented at this time. Removal Of Equipment items from Inventory-The following inventory items were presented as surplus for future disposal: 02f26/2015 D1 601.701.0007 1995 Freight- liner 1FUYDSEB8SH779397 $9900.00 601.416.008 Ratchet, Air 775-6108-399895 $59.99 601.416.010 Ratchet, Impact 1R,?.131 $224.93 601.322.0004 Hammer, Air 6-11 00 010(306 $99.99 601.322.0008 Wrench, Impact NONE $460.79 601.324.00001 Heang System, Waste (1 NONE $6065.00 601.327.0002 99 Trackhoe JS200 706191 $76,300.00 601.332.0003 Loader H-680 346081072X $2500.00 601.348.0021 Tler Belly Dump 1R9BSE5OUR6006353 $21,500.00 601.700.0002 88 Ford F250 2FTHF26MXJCB42051 $5000.00 601.413.006 Fuel Tank 012975 $212.00 601.443.005 Fuel Tank 013009 $199.00 601.320.0003 Roller 4840 9054-PP-112 $2499.00 601.348.0020 Trailer PB-$2-35 FW127352 $1000.00 1:)3 603.301.0017 1988 Pickup D250 1BTHD24YOJS759805 $7479.00 603.301.0019 1996 Pickup F250 1FTHF26HITI.B11265 $19,182.00 601.301.0020 1992 Pickup 1GCGK24K2WE231762. $7500.00 603.701.0001 1989 Truck, Welding K-30 1GBHR34K7Y307689 $10,200.00 [ 603.701.0012 2013 Truck F250 1FTBF2B6XDEA63913 $24274.00 603.304.001 Tractor JD2755 L02755G609203 $14,989.00 603.315.00O2 Ene Bucket 12300-XLR58 $1000.00 603.316.0005 Wcods 4976 8122588 $5950.00 698.348.0019" 1995 Trailer, No Floor 1500 1J9FS1621S1033724 $E:)0.00 603.348.0023 Trailer 9-0237 $500.00 603.348.0026 2007 Trailer, Gooseneck, Bigtsx 1GVGX202162668863 $7388.00 6O3.362.002 Camper Shl NONE $1250.00 603.406.0001 Air Compres- sor 125 114734 $750.00 698.101.001 Safe S350 $550.00 603213.0002 Copier 0600-38-10-204 $2926.00 603,413.0005 Fuel Tank NONE $179.00 60(3.413.0006 Fuel Tank NONE $179.00 603.413.0007 Fuel Tank NONE $691.38 603.443.0006 Welder, Portable, Champion 16 197WR02526 $2275.00 603.699.0018 Ice Machine 010561432 $1892.38 603.416.0014 Wrench, Air Impact 6-778 209 0474 $574.00 603.425.0009 Chalnsaw 036 PRO 2369990005550.00 603.427.0001 Grinder NONE $50.00 603.427.0002 Grinder NONE $50.00 603.427.0003 Grinder NONE $50.00 Power Washer 207105 Power Washer NONE Air Compressor 933756 Eleclic Stove NONE Welder KK300674 Feel Tank w/Pump NONE Fuel Tank w/Pump NONE Fuel Tank w/Pump NONE ASSESSOR SO.701.0031998 GMC Jimmy, TS10516 1GKCS18VVXWK501078 $22,486.01 SO.701.004 2000 Ford Explorer, XL 4x4 1FIvIZU71X8YUA60978 $21,637.25 SO.701.005 2005 Chevy Impala 2F1WF52E159384254 $14,809.00 SO.701.006 2004 Jeep Grand Chero- kee 1J4GW48S14C134007 $9,000.00 TREASURER C.620.118 PCTower $000.00 C.620.119 PCTower $900.00 C.620.120 PCTower $900.00 C.620.110 PCTower $000.00 C.620.111 PCTower $900.00 C.620.112 PCTower $900.00 C.620.113 PCTower $900.00 C.620.114 PCTower $900.00 C.620.115 PCTower $900.00 C.620.116 PCTower $900.00 C.620.117 PCTower $900.00 Motion by Cavett to approve the equipment items being declared surplus as presented, seconded by Bradley. Roll Call Vote: Cavett-Yes, Bradley-Yes, Reding-Yes. Appointment of Requisitioning and Receiving Officers-None presented at this time. Transfer of Appropriations: None presented at this time. Purchase Orders: New/Blanket/ Tabled/Disallowed: The following Pur- chase Orders were presented to the beard: FY 2013-12014 $283.56 FY 2014-15 $235,697.18, Blankets $187,352.45 Payroll $661,529.21. 2014-2015 COUNTY GENERAL: 2414, ANDERSON, WIL H., 556.20, Payroll; 2415, BENSON, MICHAELD., 2148.43, Payroll; 2416, BLACK, EVAN R., 166.29, Payroll; 2417, BUNTIN, JOHN A., 1284.75, Payroll; 2418, CHITWOOD, CAREY W., 202.12, Payroll; 2419, CLOPTON, RYAN D., 378.50, Payroll; 2420, DAWSON, ALYSON L, 378.50, Payroll; 2421, FrIZGERALD, JEREMY DEWAYNE, 222.12, Payroll; 2422, HARPER, JOE E., 969.31, Payroll;2423, HAUSINGER, CHELSEA A., 355.07, Payroll; 2424, HOWARD, STEPHANIE D., 521.20, Payroll; 2425, INGHAM, BRANDON M., 378.50, Payroll; 2426, RUSSELL, GREGGORY R., 1324.77, Payroll; 2427, BANCFIRST, 2156.15, Payroll; 2428, O.P.E.R.S., 2148.80, Payroll; 2429, OKLA. TAX COMMISSION, 148.00, Payroll; 2430, SCHULTZ, TANYA R., 30.59, Payroll; 2431, LOCK- WOOD, ANGELA D., 12.47, Payroll; 2432, BANCFIRST, 7.49, Payroll; 2433, ANDERSON, RHONDA E., 2249.25, Payroll; 2434, BARNES, DAVID DAWSON, 2466.52, Payroll; 2435, BENAVIDEZ, PATRICIA A., 2007.31, Payroll; 24361 BROWN, ROCKFORD M., 2339.27, Payroll; 2437, DEAN, SHANE M, 2043.64, Payroll; 2438, DISEL, GEORGE E., 2785.07, Payroll; 2439, EDWARDS, DONALD T., 2196.77, Payroll; 2440, FARLEY, LINDAG., 2632.20, Payroll; 2441, FOX, PAUL A., 2561.46, Payroll; 2442, GRAHAM, NANCY, 1920.04, Payroll; 2443, HALES, MIRANDA y 1320.77, Payroll; 2444, HARPER, JOE E., 2312.31, Payroll; 2445, HAUF, RAY- MOND B., 3403.46, Payroll; 2446, HAUSINGER, CHELsEAA., 2112.96, Payroll; 2447, HENNINGER, JOSEPH A., 2743.25, Payroll; 2448, HEN- NINGER, JUSTIN K., 2464.83, Payroll; 2449, HOPPER, SCOTrY R., 2.582.17, Payroll; 2450, HUDSON, MA-I-I-HEW T' 2101.74, Payroll; 2451, HUGHES, DENNIS R., 945.07, Payroll; 2452, JONES, FRANK E., 2199.18, Payroll; 2453, KITCHEL, LARRY E., 2594.98, Payroll; 2454, KRAMER, JEFFERYA, 1524.24, Payroll; 2455, LAWSON, CHARLES B., 2261.43, Payroll; 2456, LITrLE SUN, VIRGINIA G., 2405.41, Payroll; 2457, MCKINNIS, GARRY K., 3615.50, Payroll; 2458, MCKOSATO, CHRISTOPHER J., 2496.44, Payroll; 2459, MILLER, ROBERTG., 2321.09, Payroll; 2460, MURLEy DAKOTA RAy 2066.91, Payroll; 2461, MYERS, NICH- OLAS E., 2464.79, Payroll; 2462, MYERS, WILLIAM E., 2501.69, Payroll; 2463, NACK, DANIEL A., 2816.20, Payroll; 2464, NIXON, CHRISTO- PHER L., 2528.43, Payroll; 2465, NIXON, STACEY D., 2241.16, Payroll; 2466, NOLES, NATALIE R, 2132.73, Payroll; 2467, ROSE, DAVID W, 2669.15, Payroll; 2468, RUSSELL, GREGGORY R., 2388.57, Payroll; 2469, SECREST, JACOB ALLEN, 2377.65, Payl'oll; 2470, SEXTON, GLENDA K., 2457.87, Payroll; 2471, WESTBROOK, CORY B., 2380.19, Payroll; 2472, WHEELER, ZACHARY W, 2248.53, Payroll; 2473, WOOD- WARD, KEVIN D., 2830.48, Payroll; 2474, YOUNG, JOEL M., 2004.46, Payroll; 2475, GREEN, DEANNA L., 2015.61, Payroll; 2476, KISLER, MARTHA A., 1976.69, Payroll; 2477, STADLER, BONITA J., 3105.99, pay- roll; 2478, STADLER, BONITA J., 348.57, Payroll; 2479, BOLTON, TINA ROSINE, 1837.29, Payroll; 2480, BOWEN, LENELLK, 1974.17, Payroll; 2481, BRADLEY, KENT, 3958.64, Payroll; 2482, CAVE-I-r, ZACHARY H., 3773.49, Payroll; 2483, REDING, CHRISTOPHER, 3873.83, Payroll; 2484, HOWELL, KATHRYN, 176.62, Payroll; 2485, BRADLEY, KENT, 554.10, Payroll; 2486, REDING, CHRISTOPHER, 554.10, Payroll; 2487, BARRETT, MARTHA D., 2098.94, Payroll; 2488, BEHNKE, ANNA KRIER, 1878.21, Payroll; 2489, BURNSED JR, BENNIE WAYNE, 2087.92, Payroll; 2490, CHAPMAN, CATHY J., 2593.96, Payroll; 2491, CRAIG, GLENNAJ., 3720.35, Payroll; 2492, DEMOSS, JAMES, 2145.47, Payroll; 2493, ECHALK, LESLIE E., 2212.45, Payroll; 2494, HICKMAN, DONNA M., 2548.17, Payroll; 2495, LAWSON, SHELLY J., 2250.04, Pay- roll; 2496, MATHIS, TAMMYA, 2349.26, Payroll; 2497, CRAIG, GLENNA J., 349.40, Payroll; 2498,ALLEN, LORIA.; 3579.26, Payroll; 2499, SOYER, JAMIE L., 2122.34, Payroll; 2500, CORBIN, YVONNE, 1909.52, Payroll; 2501, EDMONDSON, BRENDAK., 1969.06, Payroll; 2502, HOWARD, STEPHANIE D., 2078.72, Payroll; 2503, HUFF, JUDITH R., 2023.44, Payroll; 2504, MYERS, CASSIE J., 1955.75, Payroll; 2505, PROUGH, JEAN L, 2183.00, Payroll; 2506, SAHS, TERI M., 2476.23, Payroll; 2507, VIEYRA, KRISTIN MICHELLE, 1941.09, Payroll; 2508, ALLEN, LORI A., 369.40, Payroll; 2509, BOOTH, HEATHER DAWN, 2157.05, Payroll; 2510, COWAN, JAMES C., 3644.86, Payroll; 2511, LOGAN, REGENASUE, 1886.21, Payroll; 2512, RAGSDALE, CATHY A., 2202.73, Payroll; 2513, ROBBINS, CAROL S., 2"333.23, Payroll; 2514, ROSS, CRYS- TALD., 2323.72, Payroll; 2515, RUSH, ANITA S., 2448.96, Payroll; 2516, SCHULI-Z, TANYA R., 1135.07, Payroll; 2517, COWAN, JAMES C., 461:75, Payroll; 2518, BRADY, TINA M., 2369.68, Payroll; 2519, BRYAN, TINA M., 2340.11, Payroll; 2520, CLYBURN, ADAM, 2169.79, Payroll; 2521, FER- GUSON, DUANEA., 2497.25, Payroll; 2522, GOMEZ, JASON S., 2507.56, Payroll; 2523, GWIN, CHRISTINE MARIE, 2011.20, Payroll; 2524, JOHN- SON, CURTIS RYAN, 2001.71, Payroll; 2525, KENNEDy CODY P., 2106.22, Payroll; 2526, LIMON, STEPHANIE D., 2015.63, Payroll; 2527, LOCKWOOD, ANGELA D., 2423.31, Payroll; 2528, BRYANT, VALERIE J., 2048.79, Pay- roll; 2529, DAWSON, ALYSON L., 2447.48, Payroll; 2530, KLEIN, DONDEE A., 2446.86, Payroll; 2531, HOLLEYMAN, GREGORY D, 2701.90, Payroll; 2532, HELEy DONNA K, 618.74, Payroll; 2533, KUHN, JEF- FREY A., 2304.59, Payroll; 2534, SCHROCK, ROBERT, 1987.62, Pay- roll; 2535, ROBINSON, JOHN J., 1989.01, Payroll; 2536, BARROWS, CHRISTOPHER B., 1592.40, Payroll; 2537, BENSON, MICHAEL D., 2806.78, Payroll; 2538, COOK, EDWIN C., 2471.39, Payroll; 2539, FLESH- MAN, ZACHARY K., 1631.17, Payroll; 2540, LEMMONS, RANDI J., 1259.28, Payroll; 2541, SHENOLD, DEE DEE A., 2221.38, PayroU; 2542, WEST, TONI S., 2073.54, Payroll; 2543, WlLLE, JOSEPH R., 2068.03, Payroll; 2544, AMERICAN FIDELITYASSURANCE COMPANY, 2059.91, Payroll; 2545, BANCFIRST' 89904.30, Payroll; 2546, COLONIAL LIFE & ACCIDENT, 1427.92, Payroll; 2547, COMMUNITY CARE HMO INC, 74528.90, Payroll; 2548, DELTA DENTAL OF OKLA- HOMA, 3810.40, Payroll; 2549, FLEX ACCOUNT ADMINISTRATION, AMERICAN FIDELITY ASS, 3276.11, Payroll; 2550, LEGALSHIELD, 30.90, Payrolll 2551, O.P.E.R.S., 63551.14, Payroll; 2552, OKLA. CENTRALIZED SUPPORT, 300.00, Payroll; 2553, OKLA. CENTRALIZED SUPPORT, 475.58, Payroll; 2554, OKLA. TAX COMMISSION, 10453.00, Payroll; 2555, PRUDENTIAL INSURANCE COMPANY, 2470.73, Payroll; 2556, SECURITY BENEFITGROUR 340.00, Payroll; 2557, VISION SERVICE PLAN OFOKLA., 959.35, Payroll; HIGHWAY CASH: 1015, DAVIS, MATTHEW A., 4.20, Payroll; 1016, ROBINSON, MIKE K., 31.51, Payroll; 1017, BANCFIRST, 5.57, Payroll; 1018, HOLBROOK, DORIS J., 100.85, Payroll; 1019, BALES, SHAWNAN, 2163.10, Payroll; 1020, BATESON, ROGER D., 1965.95, Payroll; 1021, BROCKAMP, JOEL G., 2321.95, Payroll; 1022, BURTON, JIMMY D., 1867.96, Payroll; 1023, CARPENTER, RICHARDA., 2302.90, Payroll; 1024, CATHEy HERBERT E., 2515.21, Payroll; 1025, CLARY, NATHAN D., 2118.36, Payroll; 1026, DALTON, DONALD, 1397.27, Payroll; 1027, DAVIS, MATTHEWA., 2266.61, Payroll; 1028, EVELSIZER, RALPH D., 2378.91, Payroll; 1029, FOWLER, BERT L., 2166.23, Payroll; 1030, GIPSON, WILLIAM B., 2735.43, Pay- roll; 1031, HAMMOCK, GARY W., 2418.85, Payroll; 1032, JONES, JESSIE R, 3243.08, Payroll; 1033, LUCAS, MAX E., 121.89, Payroll; 1034, MILLER, JONATHAN G., 2046.36, Payroll; 1035, MORSE, JODY CARL, 294.99, Payroll; 1036, O'1-, MAR'HEW L, 1776.09, Payroll; 1037, ROBERTS, JASON R., 2219.08, Payroll; 1038, ROBINSON, MIKE K., 2403.26, Pay- roll; 1039, ROSS, JESSE S, 397.33, Payroll; 1040, SHREEVES, DAVID E, 1915.55, Payroll; 1041, TAYLOR, JIMMY L., 2126.43, Payroll; 1042, ANDERSON, ROBERT E., 2453.61, Payroll; 1043, BLASIER, ROCKY L, 2939.50, Payroll; 1044, BUNTIN, JOHN A., 2192.86, Payroll; 1045, CRAMER, KEVIN R., 2678.37, Payroll; 1046, DRY, LARRY G., 2014.05, Pay- roll; 1047, JONES, JOHNIE L., 2165.54, Payroll; 1048, LEWIS Ill, FRED C., 1962.22, Payroll; 1049, MARKUM, RHONDA L., 2066.23, Payroll; 1050, MILLER, SCOTT R., 2198.16, Payroll; 1051, PETERSEN, MICHAEL S., 2207.53, Payroll; i052, WEAVER, TRAVlS, 2124.32, Payroll; 1053, WHEATLEY, BRUCE E., 1521.02, Payroll; 1054, WILSON, DANNY K., 1920.68, Payroll; 1055, WlNBURN, LARRY D., 2177.59, Pay- roll; 1056, AMERICAN FIDELITY ASSURANCE COMPANY, 305.64, Payroll; 1057, BANCFIRST, 16732.10, Payroll; 1058, COLONIAL LIFE & ACCIDENT, 325.81, Payroll; 1059, COMMUNITY CARE HMO INC, 5506.78, Payroll; 1060, DELTA DENTAL OF OKLAHOMA, 568.52, Payroll; 1061, FLEX ACCOUNT ADMINISTRATION, AMERICAN FIDELITYASS, 200.00, Payroll; 1052, LEGALSHIELD, 63.80, Payroll; 1063, O.P.E.R.S., 5121.43, Payroll; 1054, OKLA. TAX COMMISSION, 2697.00, Payroll; 1065, PRUDENTIAL INSUR- ANCE COMPANy 385.71, Payroll; 1066, SECURITY BENEFIT GROUP, 155.00, Payroll; 1067, VISION SER- VICE PLAN OF OKLA., 230.27, Pay- roll; FLOOD PLAIN MANAGEMENT: 22, HUNTER, LOSCO, 616.43, Payroll; 23, BANCFIRST, 102.14, Payroll; RESALE PROPERTY: 161, DARTy, MICHAEL W., 2344.26, Payroll; 162, JARDOT' GLENDA L., 2458.85, Pay- roll; 163, MANNING, CARLA J., 1963.67, Payroll; 154, MATHESON, LINDA L, 1894.62, Payroll; 165, SCOT, MELISSAA., 2066.77, Payroll; 155, AMERICAN FIDELITY ASSUR- ANCE COMPANY, 123.30, Payroll; 167, BANCFIRST' 3980.09, Payroll; 168, COLONIAL LIFE & ACCIDENT, 86.94, Payroll; 169, COMMUNITY CARE HMO INC, 3271.11, Payroll; 170, DELTA DENTAL OF OKLA- HOMA, 164.36, Payroll; 171, FLEX ACCOUNT ADMINISTRATION, AMERICAN FIDELITY ASS, 50.00, Payroll; 172, O.P.E.R.S., 3217.22, Payroll; 173, OKLA. TAX COMMIS- SION, 606.00, Payroll; 174, PRUDEN- TIAL INSURANCE COMPANY, 206.23, Payroll; 175, SECURITY BENEFIT GROUP, 50.00, Payroll; 176, VISION SERVICE PLAN OF OKLA., 61.69, Payroll; MECHANIC LIEN FEE: 47, MCCOMBS, KYLA, 1918.12, Payroll; 48, BANCFIRST, 730.79, Payroll;49, COMMUNITYCARE HMO INC, 531.03,Payroll; 50, DELTA DENTAL OF OKLAHOMA, 27.40, Payroll; 51, O.PE.R.S., 532.19, Payroll; 52, OKLA. TAX COMMISSION, 93.00,Payroll; 53, PRUDENTIAL INSURANCE COMPANy 4.56, Pay- roll; FAIRBOARD CASH: 187, COOK, EDWIN C., 397.65, Payroll; 188, WOMACK, EMILY, 114.51, Pa,roll; 189, BANCFIRST' 51.92, Payroll; JAIL OPERATION & MAINTENANCE: 616, ALLEN, NELSON S., 2694.38, Payroll; 617, ANDERSON, ANNETTE M., 2375.64, Payroll; 618, ANDERSON, WIL H., 1884.71, Payroll; 619, BAR- TRAM, BILLYG., 2414.27, Payroll; 620, BEAVER, REBA B.G., 1606.29, Pay- roll; 621, BLACK, EVAN R, 2180.98, Payroll; 622, BUCHANAN, CHAD D., 2250.45, Payroll; 623, CARRUBA, KOREY, 1647.59, Payroll; 624, CHIT- WOOD, CAREY W., 2294.83, Payroll; 625, CLOPTON, RYAN D., 2400.61, Payroll; 626, COLTON, DONALD J., 2586.68, Payroll; 627, COURI, JOB., 2043.64, Payroll; 628, DROPKIN, ADAM P, 1371.27, Payroll; 629, FITZ- GERALD, JEREMY DEWAYNE, 2084.75, Payroll; 630, FOSTER, JEREMIAH D., 2404.44, Payroll; 631, GRONCKI, ROBERT C., 2422.86, Payroll; 632, GRUENWALD, DAVID M., 227.06, Payroll; 633, GUTIERREZ BOGER, FIDEL, 2249.10, Payroll; 634, HALL MARK S., 2581.71, Payroll; 635, HARDERS, THOMAS L., 2293.35, Payroll; 636, HARNLy MARC DYLAN, 2063.90, Payroll; 637, HARRINGTON, ROBERT A, 1850.93, Payroll; 638, HUNDT, TODD J., 2124.19, Payroll; 639, INGHAM, BRANDON M., 2484.00, Payroll; 640, KISLER, JONATHAN, 1266.68, Payroll; 641, KNOX, ALONDRA J., 1978.57, Payroll; 642, LANE, ROBERT, 2965.98, Payroll; 643, LOMBOY, DONATO G.L., 2450.23, Payroll; 644, LONG, LANE T' 2209.80, Payroll; 645, LONGAN PIERCE, TINA R., 2179.66, Payroll; 646, LUCAS, FREDRICK M, 1595.51, Payroll; 647, LYONS, KEITH RYAN, 1899.70, Payroll; 648, MASON, ROY E., 2502.77, Payroll; 649, MON- TELONGO, MATTHEW A, 1795.61, Payroll; 650, MORROW, MICHAELC., 2271.40, Payroll; 651, MUSGROVE, GREGORY M, 2536.21, Payroll; 552, NOYES, MARVIN, 1909.20, Payroll; 653, OSBORN, TONY L., 2626.55, Payroll; 654, PEUGH, CHRISTOPHER R, 2129.04, Payroll; 655, ROSE,RICKY R., 1938.45, Payroll; 656, SCOTT, ROBERT J, 1963.67, Payroll; 657, SEWELL, DAVID L, 1643.41, Payroll; 658, SHIPLETT, PHILLIP L., 2391.37, Payroll; 659, STROUD, THOMAS, 1222.09, Payroll; 660, SUTTON, SHANE, 1579.44, Payroll; 661, SWAN, JACOB ALAN, 1957.53, Payroll; 662, WINTERS, ALICE E, 1799.04, Pay- roll; 663, WOODS, KENNETH B., 2088.29, Payroll; 664, WOOTEN, CHRISTOPHER D., 1978.29, Payroll; 665, AMERICAN FIDELITY ASSUR- ANCE COMPANY, 896.88, Payroll; 686, BANCFIRST, 32845.42, Payroll; 667, COLONIAL LIFE & ACCIDENT' 361.04, Payroll; 668, COMMUNITY CARE HMO INC, 24289.31, Payroll; 669, DELTA DENTAL OF OKLA- HOMA, 1620.10, Payroll; 670, FLEX ACCOUNT ADMINISTRATION, AMERICAN FIDELITY ASS, 291.66, Payroll; 671, O.P.E.R.S., 25880.35, Payroll; 672, OKLA. CENTRALIZED SUPPORT, 501.88, Payroll; 673, OKLA. CENTRALIZED SUPPORT, 451.96, Payroll'; 674, OKLA. CEN- TRALIZED SUPPORT, 356.52, Payroll; 675, OKLA. CENTRALIZED SUP- PORT' 455.00, Payroll; 676, OKLA. TAX COMMISSION, 4014.00, Payroll; 677, PRUDENTIAL INSURANCE COMPANY, 712.57, Payroll; 678, VISION SERVICE PLAN OF OKLA., 419.97, Payroll; SOLID WASTE: 159, CORNELL JR, DOUGLAS ALBERT, 1652.43, Payroll; 160, VARNELL, DARRELL R., 2128.82, Payroll; 161, AMERICAN F I D E L I T Y ASSURANCE COMPANY, 53.25, Payroll; 162, BANCFIRST' 1309.28, Payroll; 163, COLONIAL LIFE & ACCIDENT, 29.00,Payroll; 164, COM- MUNITY CARE HMO INC, 1062.06, Payroll; 165, DELTA DENTAL OF OKLAHOMA, 27.40, Payroll; 166, FLEX ACCOUNT ADMINIS- TRATION, AMERICAN FIDELITY ASS, 16.67, Payroll; 167, O.P.E.R.S., 1049.01, Payrofl; 168, OKLA. TAX COMMISSION,165.00, Payroll; 169, PRUDENTIAL INSURANCE COM- PANy 73.68, Payroll; 170, VISION SERVICE PLAN OF OKLA., 9.90, Payroll; 171, COMMUNITYCARE HMO INC, 531.03, PAYROLL; 172, PRUDENTIAL INSURANCE COM- PANY, 4.56, PAYROLL; COURT- HOUSE SECURITY: 80, MCALISTER, ROBERT G., 2623.44, Payroll; 81, MYERS, BRANDON A., 2447.75, Payroll; 82, TILLMAN, BOBBY G., 2689.90, Payroll; 63, AMERICAN FIDELITYASSURANCE COMPANy 42.80, Payroll; 84, BANCFIRST, 2054.54, Payroll; 85, COLONIAL LIFE & ACCIDENT, 58.95, Payroll; 86, COMMUNITY CARE HMO INC, 531.03, Payroll; 87, DELTA DENTAL OF OKLAHOMA, 109.55, Payroll; 88, FLEX ACCOUNT ADMINISTRATION, AMERICAN FIDELITY ASS, 25.00, Payroll; 89, O.P.E.R.S., 1459.23, Payroll; 90, OKLA. TAX COMMISSION, 276.00, Payroll; 91, PRUDENTIAL INSUR- ANCE COMPANy 21.18, Payroll; 92, VISION SERVICE PLAN OF OKLA., 19.80,Payroll; COURT FUND SALA- RIES: 145, CHACE, SHANNON RAE, 755.22, Payroll; 146, BANCFIRST, 130.06, Payroll; 147, O.P.E.R.S., 170.00, Payroll; 148, BAGWELL, RHONDA L, 2455.59, Payroll; 149, .BRIGGS, ROBIN L., 1398.63, Pay- roll; 150, BRUNSTETER, MELISSA A., 2290.99, Payroll; 151, CHACE, SHANNON RAE, 2123.38, Payroll; 152, DUNCAN, CASEY L., 2155.40, Payroll; 153, HOUSE, BARBARA A., 2046.40, Payroll; 154, MYERS, DONNA C., 1981.50, Payroll; 155, TINNIE, DEBORA S., 1987.34, Payroll; 156, AMERICAN FIDELITY ASSUR- ANCE COMPANy 416.22, Payroll; 157, BANCFIRST, 6033.44, Payroll; 158, COLONIAL LIFE & ACCI- DENT, 154.30, Payroll; 159, COM- MUNITY CARE HMO INC, 5395.23, Payroll; 160, DELTA DENTAL OF OKLAHOMA, 243.20,Payroll; 161, FLEXACCOUNTADMIN ISTRATION, AMERICAN FIDELITY ASS, 200.00, Payroll; 162, O:PE.R.S., 5677.28, Pay- roll; 163,OKLA. TAX COMMISSION, 668.00, Payroll; 164, PRUDENTIAL INSURANCE COMPANY, 413.52, Payroll; 165, SECURITY BENEFIT GROUP, 50.00, Payroll; 166, VISION SERVICE PLAN OF OKLA., 113.48, Payroll;2013-2014 HIGHWAY CASH: 1830, QUAPAW CO., INC., 263.56, SURGE ROCK; 2014-2015 COUNTY GENERAL: 2558, OKLA. DEPT. OF, 300.00, MESSENGER LITE; 2559, OMES CENTRAL PRINT- ING, 285.00, BUSINESS CARDS; 2560, WEST GROUP, 1270.00, JAN- UARY BLANKET; 2551, STC/BUSI- NESS WORLD, 108.00, STAPLES; 2562, ROSS SERVICE STATION, 278.78, JANUARY BLANKET; 2563, MAVERIC MINI MART, 150.43, BLAN- KET; 2564, CITY OF STILLWATER, 10.38, FEBRUARY BLANKET', 2565, CITY OF STILLWATER, 7982.95, FEBRUARY BLANKET; 2556, CITY OF STILLWATER, 5532.08, FEBRU- ARY BLANKET; 2567, STANDLEY SYSTEMS INC., 197.87, FEBRUARY BLANKET; 2568, THERMACUBE LLC, 20.00, ANTENNA; 2569, CITY OF STILLWATER, 497.19, UTILI- TIES; 2570, DEREK S LAWN AND TREE CARE, INC., 690.00, ICE AND SNOW REMOVAL; 2571, DEREK S LAWN AND TREE CARE, INC., 1251.00, ICEAND SNOW REMOVAL; 2572, TOUCHTONE, 16.95, UTILI- TIES; 2573, OKLA. NATURAL GAS, 1339.14, UTILITIES; 2574, CANA- DIAN COUNTY JUVENILE, 130.90, JUVENILE DETENTION; 2575, OKLA. JUVENILE JUSTICE, 1046.70, JUVE- NILE DETENTION; 2576, SHRED- AWAY SHREDDING, INC., 520.30, SHREDDING SERVICES; 2577, UNIFIRST, 552.90, JANUARY BLAN- KEI 2578, OSU COOPERATIVE EX'[. SRV., 123.04, POSTAGE EQUIP- MENT; 2579, REDING, CHRIS, 69.57, TRAVEL REIMBURSEMENT; 2580, REDING, CHRIS, 77.05, TRAVEL REIMBURSEMENT; 2581, CUSTOM COMPOSITES LLC, 4507.00, TANK FOR BRUSH TRUCK; 2582, COUNTY OFFICERS & DEPU- TIES, 75.00, REGISTRATION FOR CONFERENCEI 2583, STAPLES, 49.94, BUSINESS CARDS; 2584, REDING, CHRIS, 178.63, TRAVEL REIMBURSEMENT; 2585, CITY OF STILLWATER, 2401.48, UTILITY BILL; 2586, URISA, 475.00, CONFER- ENCE; 2587, COURTYARD MARRI- OTT;, 444.00, CODA CONFERENCE; 2588, MERRIFIELD OFFICE SUPPLy 40.00, NO SMOKING SIGNS; 2589, LIONEL HARRIS OIL CO., INC., 1108.10, TIRE; 2590, EMBASSY SUITES NORMAN, 258.00, RESER- VATIONS; 2591, THOMSON REU- TERS - WEST, PAYMENTcENTER, 150.00, SOFTWARE; 2592, STC/ BUSINESS WORLD, 485.00, FOLD- ING MACHINE; 2593, MERRIFIELD OFFICE SUPPLY, 104.68,SUPPLIES; 2594, CASCO INDUSTRIES, INC., 5745.00, BOOTS & GLOVES; 2595, CRAIG, GLENNAJ., 179.30, TRAVEL- REIMBURSEMENT; 2598, STC/BUSI- NESS WORLD, 180.00, REPAIRS; 2597, B & D CLEANING SERVICES, 1975.00, FEBRUARY BLANKET; 2598, DEARINGER PRINTING & TROPHy 148.85, OFFICE STAMPS; HIGHWAY CASH: 1058,A& B ECO- SAFE, 125.00, PEST CONTROL SERVICES; 1069, RAILROAD YARD, 1407.50, POLY PIPE; 1070, WARREN CAT, 20245.00, ANGLEBROOM; 1071, CORPORATE BILLING LLC, 137.52, SENSOR; 1072, LIONEL HARRIS OIL CO., INC., 14406.00, " FUEL; 1073, PAYNE CO. CONSER ..... VATION DIST., 45.00, PLAT BOOKS;  1074, CITY OF STlU.WATER, 25.05, UTILITIES; 1075, WIRELESS TECH- NOLOGIES, INC., 5000.00, GPS; 1076, cn-Y OF STILLWATER, 25.04, .,, MONTHLY SERVICE; 1077, HARD HAT SAFETY AND GLOVE, 1253.00, HATS; 1078, STILLWATER MILL AGRI CENTER, 87.00, DISK; 1079, LOWE S COMPANIES, INC., 646.95, : .... SUPPLIES; 1080, COWBOY TIRE LLC, 250.00, TIRE REPAIRS; 1081, STAPLES, 53.99, BUSINESS CARDS; 1082, ELLIS, LEONARD, 1275.00, ROAD BASE MATERIAL; 1083, STAPLES, 449.99, LAPTOP COM- PUTER; 1084, STEWART STONE, INC., 10999.45, CRUSHER RUN; .... 1085, BAILEYS PAVING CO., INC, 10355.96, HMHL; 1086, STEWART STONE, INC., 10883.95, CRUSHER RUN; 1687, A T & T, 132.76, UTILITY BILL; 1688, WARREN CAT' 304.56, ' JANUARY BLANKET; 1089, RAIL- ' ROAD YARD, 2611.00, H BRACE CORNER; 1090, QUAPAW CO., INC., 1274.90, CRUSHER RUN; 1091, HALL MANUFACTURING, INC., 229.63, AXLE AIM; 1092, RAILROAD YARD, 1593.55, STEEL PIPE; 1093, A PLUS AUTO GLASS, 325.00, TINT- ING SERVICES; 1094, MERRIFIELD OFFICE SUPPLY 494.12, OFFICE SUPPLIES; 1095, UNIFIRST, 513.95, JANUARY BLANKET; 1096,'OAKES SERVICE CENTER, 110.00, JAN- UARY BLANKET; 1097, WARREN CAT, 805.29, SHANKS; HEALTH DEPARTMENE: 333, PRO-ED, 123.20, RECORD BOOKLET; 334, PEAK PEST SERVICES LLC, 200.00, JAN- UARY BLANKET; 335, UNIVERSITY CLEANING SERVICES, 687.45, FEB- RUARY BLANKE'i 336, OKLAHOMA STATE UNIV GRANTS & FINANCIAL, 2495.71, JANUARY BLANKET; 337, PITNEY BOWLS, INC., 305.95, INK CARTRIDGES;338, PITNEYBOWES, 151.95, LEASE AGREEMENT; 339, YP, 25.00, DIRECTORY; 340, ALLIANCE MAINTENANCE, INC., 1975.00, JANITORIAL SERVICES; 341, TERRITORY TERMITE & PEST CONTROL, 300.00, FEBRUARY BLANKET; 342, BIRCH COMMUNI- CATIONS, INC., 382.94, UTILITY BILL; 343, OKLA. NATURAL GAS, 507.35, UTILITIES; 344, MELOy CURTIS, 26.75, TRAVEL REIMBURSEMENT; 345, FOX, JOYCE, 28.00, TRAVEL REIMBURSEMENT; 346, A T & T, 1034.65, UTILITY BILL; 347, OTIS ELEVATOR COMPANY, 100.00, EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE; SHERIFF SERVICE FEE: 167, TASER INTERNATIONAL, 4290.79, TASER; 168, CDW GOVERNMENT, INC., 2685.38, CISCO CAT; 169,WALKER COMPANIES, 77.50, NOTARY RENEWAL; 170, WATCHDOGAUTO- MATION SYSTEMS LLC, 5200.00, TECHNICAL ON SITESUPPORT; 171, SIGNS NOW, 360.00, DECALS; MECHANIC LIEN FEE: 54, KELLPRO, INC., 571.64, ADDITIONAL STATION; 55, OSU AGEC CTP, 35.00, TRAIN- ING; 55, COUNTY OFFICERS & DEPUTIES, 135.00, CODA CON- FERENCE;SHERIFF TRAINING: 16, COUNTY OFFICERS & DEPUTIES, 135.00, TRAINING; FAIRBOARD CASH: 190, RADIOPHONE ENGI- NEERING, INC., 1842.25, RADIO; 191, B & C BUSINESS PRODUCTS, INC., 175.99, COFFEEPOT; 192, TOUCHTONE, 9.05, UTILITY BILL; 193, PERKINS BUILDERS SUPPLy INC., 591.36, FELTBOARD; 194, TURN KEYRESTAURANT EQUIP- MENT, 1995.00, REFRIDGERATOR; 195, CITY OF STILLWATER, 70.25, UTILITY BILL; 196, STILLWATER MILLAGRI CENTER, 741.50, WOOD SHAVINGS; 197, STILLWATER MILL AGRI CENTER, 1785.00, LIVESTOCK SCALE; JAILOPERATION & MAINTE- NANCE: 679, CITY OF STILLWATER, 11775.15, UTILITIES; 680, TX TAG, 9.81 ,TURNPIKETOLL;681 ,BUSSELL PEST CONTROL, 130.00, FEB- RUARY BLANKET; 682, SIMPLEX GRINNELL, 481.60, REPAIRS; 683, GRIMSLEYS, INC., 619.53,SUP- PLIES; 684, TX TAG, 3.44, TURNPIKE TOLL; 685, GRIMSLEYS, INC., 682.28, SUPPLIES; 686, QUALITY WATER SERVICES,119.90, FEBRU- ARY BLANKET; SOU D WASTE: 173, CITY OF STILLWATER, 135.03, UTILI- TIES; 174, PROFESSIONAL VALUE INTERNE 35.90, INTERNET SER- VICES; 175, DAVIS SANITATION, INC., 400.00, DUMPSTER; E 911 : 60, CITY OF STILLWATER, 38000.00, DISPATCH REIMBURSEMENT; 61, A T&T, 17141.04, MONTHLYSERVICE; DRUG COURT." 8, PAYNE cO. DRUG COURT, INC., 2479.17, ADMINISTRATION FEES; EMERGENCYMANAGE- MENT: 24, MELBRE CREATIONS, 521.00, UNIFORMS; 25, FORESTRY CONSERVATION, 480.00, INTER- SERVICE FEE; 26, R D FLANAGAN & ASSOCIATES, 4250.00, JANU- ARY BLANKET; CBRI 105 FUND: 5, FENSCO, INC., 2355.00, USED GUARDRAIL; Motion by Bradley to approve the Purchase Orders as presented upon signature, seconded by Cavett. Roll Call Vote: Cavett-Yes, Bradley-Yes, Reding-Yes. Monthly Report of Officers: None presented at this time. Public Announcements of the Board- :None presented at this time. Discussion/Possible Action on Public Appearances/Petitions: The following Road Crossing Permits were presented to the board: Dist. 3 Permit #015-043 - #015-044, American Energy Woodford, Permit #015-045, Aberdeen Land Service, Permit #015-046, Robertson Oil, Permit #015-047, Rural Water #3. Cavett stated he would not be approving his Road Crossing Permits. Motion by Bradley to approve the permits as presented, seconded by Cavett. Roll Call Vote: Cavett-Yes, Bradley-Yes, Reding-Yes. New Business- None presented at this time. Adjournment-Motion by Cavett to adjourn, seconded by Bradley. Roll Call Vote: Cavett-Yes, Bradley- Yes, Reding-Yes. f ....