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INS OURNAL-THU RSDAY, MA 1997 PAGE- 1 Ir COMMISSIONERS PRISCEEDINGS Commissioners met in regular meeting Tuesday, February 18, made by posting an agenda st room 101, Courthouse, February 14 1997. The following ware present: Carl Moreland, Gloria Hesser, Member; Shard Schieffer, County meeting to order at 9:00 a.m. The Clerk presented the following f trenching; parallel N/S road 19th & Sangre: Sac 8- Motion carried. Hesser seconded. Deering, aye; Pr:mery Ro,~d, 139.OO; Primary Rd, 3509.73; Highway Cash, 1997.69; Restricted Hwy, 17359.12; Service Fee, 4897.88; 1794.75; 1200.60; DA Drug Advocacy, 1900.45; Assessor Revolving Fee, 275.85; Sheriff 4.60; County Clerk's ML, 538.86; Mortgage 1; Law Library, 1819.19; DA Revolving Forfeiture, 193.45; Sheriff Tree Planting, .34; Fair Board, 2.94; Visual Inspection Sheriff Commissary Fund, 2380.40; Child Abuse Prevention, 57.30; Development, 12674.54: Fair Board, 3000.00. to approve the Cash appropriations. Hesser seconded. Deering, aye. Motion carried. e orders for Extension and District #1. Deedng made orders as presented. Hesser seconded. Moreland, aye. Motion carried. tax: Cushing, 1138.47: Glencoe, 74.64; Perkins. Yale, 219.56; Ripley, 59.31; Treasurer January F made the motion to approve the reports aS presented. Hesser, eye; Moreland, aye. Motion carried. traffic control signs from Mr. Donald Pitchford. Mr. Fairgrounds and Mehan Road and requested better He also requested the traffic on Hwy 51 be slowed Commissioner Moreland stated he is familiar with the restrictive to the west. However, Commissioner Road carries approximately 1400 cars par day and the 4-way Moreland stated the reduced speed on Hwy 51 would have to Department of Transportation. aye; gerous intersection signs on Mehan Road et the and to maintain the 2-way Stop on Fairgrounds Road. Hesser, eye; Moreland, aye. Motion carried. Lease agreement with the Run for the Arts Committee for D Arts and Jazz Festival, April 18-19 1997. Hesser made the as presented. Deedng seconded Deering, aye; Heaser, carried. SPecific for Animal Damage Control. Deering stated ha visited the Petition presented lest week. Ha noted many of Deering stated he also visited with other place. They advised the State Trapper services all the s local trapper provide service and the county pay mileage or the report from Nathan Anderson regarding 1 awe; 2 calves; 1 horse injury. Heeser noted the calves end as to the cause. The other losses were coyote related, Assistant District Attorney to request information from the service of this area. The matter was tabled at I0:00 a.m. The Chairman called tha meeting back to order were presented; #3 ;Option #1. Ix,~ase: Opt 2; 2yr buy back; Opt 3.3yr buy 'back NB Inc. NB 1) 105,319.00 2) 70,550.00 3) 85,000.00 4) sg,aS0.00 6) s4,r ,00 115,618.00 !,oK73143 I) 113,363.00 :i~ Ir ,~ iu 3) 747.00'." :~ ,: ~::'.; ..... ~ ~ .;,.', 4) NB 5) NB 1) ~1,420.00 2) aS,000.00 3) 77.000.00 4) 67,000.00 5) 55,000.00 NB nb $70,777.00 Inc. $ 67.333.00 $78,551.00 $74,700.00 $25 766.97 BERV1CES, REBID.DISTRICT #1 Op on #1 NS Optk #2 NB Option #1 $97.50 therlzed penmnne. Mr. Kolb is the new Disldc1113 Road Foreman. Agreement proJe= SAP 10O0(003). ~ Fadllty. The A(~us road fundsereto reeu|Ireoe Im of ~d-135 end Klngs ~ rand ~dondlng ~mulll 4.5 KM to . o raa is ealmated at 1318,000.00. Oeedng made the moaon to seconded. Dsedng, eye;I-kmer, aye;Momla.d, aye. MoUon w.s fr n un, me jw ,or z, pwvt r, o,w,,n0 w:om:md. a,/,. Creek B,k 0e. F tect !.175.00. County Clerk, Chalal: 102.19; the motion to eplxove the memora~um m presented. Hesser ye. Moaon canted. 3. Dsedng rr.Kle Ihe motion to eRxova the minutes. a;te; Mereand, Mo(lon u Kl. Atwn , rated me Contract the Expo Center I..Iv ock pavilion. Roge noted the Contn as mf~. Dsedng mede the moUon to ~oprove Ute C0Nmd to 02/18/97...FY 1996-1997 Amount Reason Issued: OF CENTRAL SERVICE 35.00 CARDS ER SERVICES 28.75 SUPPLIES PLP~qT 207,43 SUPPLIES 17,90 SUPPLIES OF CENTRAL SERVICE 287.92 ENVELOPES CORP. 74.50 SERVICES CORP. 69.00 SERVICES C. 26.92 REIMBURSEMENT W. 174.59 REIMBURSEMENT R. 16.87 REIMBURSEMENT UNIFORM CO. 214.50 UNIFORMS 49.66 SUPPLIES PRODUCTS 134.31 SUPPLIES 349.70 SUPPLIES INC. 4278.58 SUPPLIES 2343 THE EARTHGRAINS CO. 2344 NAPA AUTO PARTS 2345 O'REILLY AUTOMOTIVE 2346 R. JAY CLEANERS 2347 VALET WASH & LUBE 2348 WAI24ART 2349 WA~J~ART 2350 GRIHSLEY'S 2351 WALMART 2352 WAL~RT 2353 GROCERY SUPPLY CO. 2354 TUX~L UNIFORM ~ EQUIPMENT 2355 THOMPSON C.S.R., JANE HUGHES 2355 WARREN CLINICS, INC. 2357 WARREN CLINICS, INC. 2358 WARREN CLINICS, INC. 2359 CENTRAL DRUG 2360 STILLWATER MEDICAL CENTER 2361 WARREN CLINICS, INC. 2362 PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT 2363 PROGRESSIVE FARMER 2364 RICE, SUSAN L. 8EEBY 2365 OKLA. MUNICIPAL LEAGUE 2366 8RUNSTETER, MBLISSA A. 2367 HILL, MAP~HA E. 2368 WALMART 2369 STILLWATER NEWSPRESS 2370 CUSHING DAILY CITIZEN 2371 GO SYSTEMS 2372 YALE NEW~ 2373 HICKERSON MECHANICAL SERVICE 2374 INDOOR AIR QUALITY 2375 WESTERN MECHANICAL" 2376 HICKERSON MECNA~iCAL SERVICE 2377 OKLA. NATURAL GAS 2378 WESTERN MECHANICAL 2379 ADVANCED FIRST AID & SAFETY 2380 CUSHING TAG AGENCY 2381 PERKINS TAG AGENCY 2382 GRIMSLEY'S 2383 WALMART 2384 ACE HARDWARE 2385 STILLWATER MILLING AGRI-CENTE 23S6 HOKE LUMBER CO. 2387 GRIMSLEY'S 2388 HUGHES LUMBER 2389 STILLWATER EQUIPMENT CO., INC 2390 LOCKE SUPPLY 2391 LOCKE WRIGHT & ASSOCIATEB 2392 STILLWATER NEWSPRESS HIGHWAY CASH 987 SOUTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE 988 OKLA. CITY TRACTOR & EQUIPMEN 989 8RUCKNERS MACK TRUCK 990 CIMARRON TRUCK PARTS 991 NAPA AUTO PARTS 992 STEWART STONE 993 STEWART STONE 994 QUAPAW CO., INC. 995 CIMARRON GLASS CO. 996 QUAPAW CO., INC. 997' STEWART STONE 998 IRWIN SAND CO. 999 QUAPAW CO., INC. 1000 BRUCKNERS MACK TRUCK 1001 STEWART STONE 1002 KERNS ASPHALT, INC. 1003 STEWART STONE 1004 STILLWATER NEWSPRESS 1005 ADVANCED FIRST AID & SAFETY 1006 FARM &-HOME SUPPLY 1007 JIMMIE JONES/SOONER AIRGR~ 1008 NAPA AUTO PARTS 1009 O'RBILLY AUTOMOTIVE 1010 STILLWATER EQUIPMRNT CO., INC 1011 STEWART STONE 1012 STEWART STONE 1013 IRWIN SAND CO. 1014 COOLEY ELECTRIC 1015 WESTERN MECHANICAL 1016 H & B INDUSTRIBS INC. 1017 EMSCO ELECTRIC SUPPLY 1018 HUGHES LUMBER 1019 QUAPAW CO., INC. 1020 JESS ROSS CONCRETE AND 1021 WESTERN MECHANICAL 1022 KERNS ASPHALT, INC. 1023 STILLWATER NEWSPRESS 1024 OKLA. DEPT. OF TRANSPORTATION 1025 OKLA. DEPT. OF TRANSPORTATION 101 ASSOC. FOR COOPERATIVE TOURIS 1824 NAPA AUTO PARTS HEALTH DEPARTMENT 290 MCWHIRT, ROBERTA 291 WALMART 292 ARAOFFICE SUPPLY 293 WALMART 294 CARRIER DITCHING & EXCAVATING ~2~5 ~'~R~IERICAN SO~IAL~REALT~ ASSOC. 296 CITY OF CUSHING 297 LONG DISTANCE ~AVER$ DA REVOLVING FORFEITURE 20 DEPARTMENT OF CENTRAL SERVICE 21 STILLWATER TAG AGENCY 22 STILLWATER TAG AGENCY SELF INSURANCE 265.90 SUPPLIES 180.08 SUPPLIES 113.87 SUPPLIES 379.80 SUPPLIES. 46.50 SUPPLIES 26.43 SUPPLIES 5.88 SUPPLIES 698.00 DETERGENT 55.20 TOWELS 22.76 SUPPLIES 26.83 SACKS 238.80 SUPPLIES 67.50 TRANSCRIPT 501.00 SERVICES 478.00 SERVICES 230.25 SERVICES 1062.88 SUPPLIES 326.90 SERVICES 237.75 SERVICES 35.86 SUPPLIES 15.00 SUBSCRIPTION 99.18 REIMBURSEMENT 50.00 REGISTRATIONS 50.84 REIM8URSEMENT 85.96 REIMBURSEMENT 7.50 SUPPLIES 136.29 PUBLICATION 158.76 PUBLICATION 10.41 SUPPLIES 290.66 PUBLICATION 76.00 SERVICES i00.00 MAINTENANCE 55.00 SERVICES 521.33 REPAIRS 2801.09 UTILITIES 38.00 SERVICES 38.10 SUPPLIES 971.70 SERVICES 649.38 SERVICES 21.40 SUPPLIES 94.76 SUPPLIES 14.00 SUPPLIES 45.00 SUPPLIES 21.91 SUPPLIES 287.46 SUPPLIES 139.38 SUPPLIES 53.88 SUPPLIES 47.05 SUPPLIES 4499.50 SERVICES 91.99 PUBLICATION 54.36 SERVICES 324.19 REPAIRS 105.24 REPAIRS 388.04 SUPPLIES 1319.92 SUPPLIES 4214.33 ROCK 2105.27 ROCK 300.64 ROCK 364.48 GLASS 93.49 SCREENINGS 4244.07 ROCK 270.90 SAND 2060.51 ROCK 93.53 HUFFLER 4207.32 ROCK 2102.16 HMHL 4248.57 ROCK 31.01 PUBLICATION 76.00 GLOVES 140.84 SUPPLIES 370.30 SUPPLIES 537.36 SUPPLIES 66.47 SUPPLIES 11.20 SUPPLIES 1398.65 ROCK 665.56 ROCK 231.35 SAND 148.08 REPAIR 85.50 SERVICES 127.80 SUPPLIES 745.92 L~GHT 26.70 SUPPLIES 1816.04 ROCK 390.00 SERVICES 1515.00 REPAIRS 932.22 HMRL 33.41 PUBLICATION 6702.75 LEASES 3729.67 LEASES 12.00 DUES 111.51 PARTS 71.68 REIMBURSEMENT 24.97 SUPPLIES 8.96 SUPPLIES 228.23 S~PPLIES 50.00 SERVICES 28;60 PAMPHLETS ..... 330.66 UTILITIES 683.84 SERVICES 138.39 RECEIPTS 12.00 TITLE 12.00 TITLE 238 CORVEL CORPORATION 1022.72 SERVICES 239 NORTON MO, DONALD D. 149.24 SERVICES 240 HARDIN M.D., WARD 52.00 SERVICES 241 KELLY, FRANK R. 233.91 SERVICES 242 ROBINSON, JOHN B. 182.40 SERVICES SHERIFF CO~g4ISSARY 45 GROCERY SUPPLY CO. 269.13 COM~ISSARY 46 PAYNE CO. SHERIFF 2451.02 REIM8URSEMENT 47 OKLA. TAX CO~4ISSION 146.94 TAX The Chairman recessed the meeting until February 24th et 9:00 e.m. The Chairman called the meeting back to order et 8:O0 e.m., February 24. The following were present: Carl Moreland, Chairman; Bill Oeedng, Vtcll-Cheirmen; Gloria Hesser, Member. Deering made the motion to reject bids 97-68, New Loader and 97-69, Sale of Used Loader. Hesser seconded. Deering, eye; Hesser, eye; Moreland, eye. Motion carried. Oeering made the motion to accept the bid submitted from JTL for pot hole patching, 97-70. Hesser seconded. Dearing, aye; I-lesser, aye; Moreland, aye. Motion carried. The Clerk presented the following utility permits: Keroa Construction: 6" water line in 8" casing; cross E/W road 2.10 miles South of SH 51; 300' S of NE/o Sac 32-19N-2E: ~50.00 SW Bell: buried cable installed by trenching; parallel N/S road 1/25 miles N of Old Hwy 51; 1000 N of SE/c Sac 6-19N-5E. Deering made the motion to approve the permits ss presented. Hesser seconded. Deering, eye; Hesser, aye; Morelsnd, eye. Motion carried. The Chairman submitted a transfer of Highway Cash from District #3 to Distdct #1, #3200.00 for reimbursement expenses for ROW clearing. Doadng made the motion to approve the transfer. Moreland seconded, Deering, eye; Hesser, aye; Moraler~d, aye. Motion carried, The Chairman noted that Mackay Couch, representative from CASA, has requested office space for files and intervibws. The Board recommended using e small office at the Election Board. Commissioner Deering stated he felt any change orders submitted on construction project's should be presented by the A~chitect, with explanations of why the changes are necessary. The Clerk reported that e copy of the Psyne County Safety Manual must be submitted with the SIF ~pplioation for the Courts. Moreland stated the Safety Manuel has not been adopted. The Board set the matter for the next agenda. The Clerk submitted the Livestock Pavilion Construction Contracts. The Clerk stated the drawings listed in the contract reference the wrong pages. Deering made the motion to amend papa 2, pera B to read as follows: C1. G1 ,A12,A2.1, A2.2; A3.1, A3.1, A3.2, A4AS,Sl, SlA. $2-S5, ME1, M1-M4, El-E4. Hasser seconded. Deering, aye; Hemr, eye; Moreland, aye. Motion carried. The following purchase orders were approved for psyment: Approved 02/24/97 to 02/24/97...FY 1996--1997 War # Issued To: Genergl Fund Amount Reason Issued: 2393 H & H INVESTMENTS 600~00 RENT 2394 A T & T WIRELESS SERVICES 233.91 .SERVICES 2395 OKLA. DEPT. OF PUBLIC SAFETY 87.50 BOOKS 2396 RADISSON INN 185.36 RESERVATIONS 2397 GREEN, CLYDE W. 695.11 REIMBURSEMENT 2398 DISEL, GEORGE E. 6.24 REIMBURSEMENT 2399 OKLA. NATURAL GAS 126.80 UTILITIES '2400 WESTCOTTCO~ICATIONS 288.00 SERVICES 2401 CITY OF STILLwATER 151.49 UTILITIES 2402 STILLWATER RADIOLOGY, INC. I00.00 RADIOLOGY 2403 WALMART 25.82 SUPPLIES 2404 POSTMASTER 84.80 STAMPS 2405 RADISSON INN 25.35 MEALS 2406 DATA PLEX CORPORATION ~3.53. SERVICES 2407 LAMBERT, LISA S. 70.00 REIMBURSEMENT 2408 RADISSON INN 104.00 RESERVATIONS 2409 MARSHALL & SWIFT 175.95 RENEWAL 2410 DOVER ELEVATOR CO. 159.00 SERVICES 2411 PAYNE CO, YOUTH SERVICES 1772.50 SERVICES 2412 DANKA OFFICE IMAGINGCO. 510.79 MAINTENANCE 2413 CAUSLEY PRODUCTIONS 39.95 SERVICES 2414 ATM OD'S FARM PLAN 26.38 SUPPLIES HIGHWAY CASH 1026 DARN BQUIPMENT CO. 554.95 SUPPT,TRS 1027 DUB ROSS CO. 3171.20 PIPE 1028 ATWOOD'S FARH PLAN 170.36 SUPPLIES 1029 OKLA. NATURAL "GAS 395 . 83UTILITIES 1030 CITY OF STILLWATER 278.21 UTILITIES 1031 DARN EQUIPMENT CO. 3500.00 LEASE 1032 DARN EQUIPMENT CO. 5250.00 LEASE ! 1033 ATWOOD' S FARH PLAN 552,00 SUPPLIES ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 102 COWBOY COPY CENTER 15.20 SERVICES 103 STEER INN, INC. 15.00 SERVICES HEALTH DEPARTMENT 298 STILLWATER MEDICAL CENTER 78.00 SERVICES 299 SMITH, MARVIN 22.50 SERVICES MORTGAGE CERTIFICATION 30 SOUTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE 41.76 SERVICES SELF INSURANCE FUND 243 WALGREEN CO. 22 . 12 SERVICES 244 MEDICAL PLAZA IMAGINGLTD. 865.34 SERVICES 245 BACK OKLAHOMA 652.30 SERVICES 246 ROBINSON, JOHN H. 131.44 REIMBURSEMENT 247 KELLY, FBANK R. 233.91 SERVICES 1996 PAYNE COUNTY SALARIES: i, ! Deering made the motion to adjourn. Hesser seconded. Deering, aye; Hesser. aye; - Moreland, aye. Motion carried. PAYNE COUNTY 1996 ANNUAl. SALAR!ES "denoted padlsl year *" denotes partial fundin~ by County sHERIFF COURT CLER~ ALLEN NELSON 19,904.85 BASTION, BERNICE M. 16,112.90 BAGWELL, HAROLD M. I0,679.00"BRUNSTETTER, MELISSA h 20,~98.20 BAGWELL, NOEL F. 20,424.00 CLARK. LORRENA M. 13~153.91 ~UCHANAN, BROOKE C. 17,610.02 GRESSLER, VERONICA J.14,821,18 DAWSON~ SAMMIE D. 21~112.00 HALEY, AMY R. 18.~8.85 DISEIr, GEORGE E. 21,368.15 LAMBERT, LISA S. 35,600.00 GREEN, CLYDE W. 22,738.20 MACK, MICHELLE L. 18,426.80 GWIN, DANIEL O. 18.957.72 PARKS, ROSE L. 21,321.00 HALL, MARK S. 22.820.00 WRIGHT, KIMBERLY D. 19,462.00 HAUF, RAYMOND B. 22.187.78 JOHNSON, GINGER D. 2,897.60* HINER, CARL C. 34,903.70 L.O'NGAN, WALTER L. 22,956.00 ASSESSOR MOODY, RICHARD J. 17,345.94 GARRETT, LONZETTA P. 18,327.18 NIXON, CHRISTOPHER 18,402.00 HALL, CHERI L. 36,409.80 pos, EY, GUY T. 21,132.00 HILL, MARTHA E. 22,348.88 ;TEPHENS, KIRSTEN L. 8,078.00" FOWLER, DENICE L. 2,946.8y RIGGS, HENRY L. 17,528.58 RAKEY, GLENDORA A. 16,089.00 SHELL, CHARLES E. 21,314.04 ROBBINS, CAROL S' 16,056.20 STANBERRY, JOHN D. 15,536.08" RUSH, ANITA S. 18,308A0 TOTES, TROY I_ 18.402.00 I WILLERTON, PATSY S. 18.071.0o VARNELL, DARRELL R. 21,602.10JAMES, SHANNON D. 494.00" VAUGHAN, FLORA BETH 11,045.94" PENN, SYRETHA F. 823.50 WlLLERTON~ KENNETH 30,863.10NELSON, AMY A. 1,258.78 WORLEY, LAURA A. 2,600.93"WENSLER, DONNA K. 911.25 MICK, CHESTER L. 5.088.88" RICORD, SANDRA J. 2,009.58"REVALUATION NEWCOMER, RICHARD S. 141,513.60" !~MES~ JIMMY A. 15,027.03 TILLMAN, BOBBY G. 21,562.98BASTION, PATRICK C. 15~182.48 BEAIRD, MARLENE D. 5,898.56"BILLINGSLEA, JOHN W. 22,956.00 .... BRYAN, TINA M. 18.690.35 ! TREASURER HESSER, SHIRLEY A. 17~937.35 1 BRADLEY, ADRIANA S. 18,107.70DIGHTON, BRIDGET E. (KIT 16,394.20 ~RRIS, MARSHA D. 17,920.00LESTER, DEAN A. 15,614.11 JARDOT, GLENDA L. 18,252.00 N!CHOLS, SHARON L. 19,541.55 PAYNE, NORMAL. 21,542.97 RATHBUN TONI SUE 10.035.80" 8..TADLER, BONITA J. 36,135.00 MILLER, LAtJNA D, 2,740.80" FOOD STAMPS EVANS, BEVERLY A. DEERING, BILL E. 30,728.22 BUILDING ENGINEER HESSER, GLORIA A. 26,228.35 CLEMENT, WILLIAM C. ROSE~ JACQUIE L. 17,834.18 ROSS, CRYSTAL O. 13,570.94 MORELAND, CARL D. 33,109.92 MURPHY, WILLIAM L. WEHR, DIANA G. 20,569.20 BOLES, SUSAN M. MITCHELL, BERNICE C. 19,146.70* 2,334.00" 1 5,582.52 875.80" a39.35. ELECTION eOA~p EXTENSION "* CRAIG~ GLENNA J. 18~852~00 ANDERSON, NATPIAN G. 10,260.00CURTIS, DONNA D, 24,822.58 )OWNEY, M. FERN 9,276.00 RAGSDALE, RAMON GENE 27,620.08 ~VI,ORRIS, JAMES B, 15,180.00 RASH. DEAD. 16,008.00COUNTY CLERK SELK, MARY P. 9,480.00 CURD, SHERRY L. 16,230.19 VOGLE, ELLA L. 15,012.00FIELD, DEBORAH J. 18,221.96 RAINWATER, PAULA J. 6,480.00 GERMAN, JUDITH G, 23,458.20 HUGHES~ LYNN A, 83.75* NATFIELDI LINDA 5. 15,2!4.92 jMCLAIN, N. ELIZABETH 8,207.00' FAIRBOARD !PACE, MILLIE R. I 13,044:12 BENSON, MICHAEL D. 14,972.90RICE, sUSAN L. BEEBY i 2~853.75 BR~N, KARAN Y. 14,0O8.888CHIEFFER, 8HERRI D. 34 717.B6 CONDEE, RICHARD A. 15,183A5 STEWART, CORA ~E , 20,357.10 MATTOCK, JAMES L. 20,022.72STOVER, RUTH M. 5,096.38" NANK, MARy J; 17~692~20 O'DANIEL EVA J. 2,371.25" )ISTRICT 1 ~RMSTRON, COYN S~ ............... 18,28.7..15 U~NOLD~ LOYD O. 17,809.14 |LASIER, ROCKY L. 20 849.02 ~ATHEY, HERBERT E. 17,883.59 :ROSS, DAVID L. 14,367.72 5~RNEST, ELVIS G. 17,263120 =.VERSOLE, AUDIE R. 15,588.15 31PSON, 'WILLIAM R. 12 877.19" "IAGLER, LONN!E t. ' 15,717.12 "IAMMOCK, GARY W. dUTCHINSON, ANTHONY KELLY, FRANK PRICE, JOSEPH H. RETRERFORD, TROY A. ROBINSON, JOHN H. ROBINSON! MIKE K. ROLLINS. DAVID W. " VANBUSKIRK, KELLY WlLLIAMS~' DANNY M. LANE, FRANK E L: TURNER, ANITA L. RODE ,BUSH, ELDON R. THOMAB, TOM F. 18,05e.2o le,25g.4s 4,543.16" 17,194.20 17,052.00 7,874.21" 17,742.00 15,341.24 10,199.85" 15,545.75 8,895.85" 240.00* 11,o58 10,023.76* 1 SHERIFF COMMUN TY SERVt( I MORRIS HENRYA. 18 201.36 COURT FUND BAGWELL~ RHONDA 13,097.12 HUMANN, SUSAN K. $,776.65* KINDER, LAURA 15~755.87 RAMSEY, CATHY S. 13,541.98 TAYLOR, DEBORAH 12,464.84 4DES, CHRISTINA 12,533.76 CRAIG, MARY A. 3,522.24" SMITH MozELI.A B. 383.75 HERD, JULIA A. 8,291.20" SCHMIEDBAUER, SHELLEY li,rl.81:72' ! RE, LE P, RTY ISENBERG, JENNIFER 14~16,3,~ MC;KINNIS, GARRY 2,2,.041.7~ LAW LIBRARY DISTRICT 3 ACKERMAN, BRYAN V. BOYER, BEN H; DAVIS~ RAYMOND O. DRY, CHESTER O. GARRINGER, CHEBTER HICKBON, ROGER '13, LEaTER* CARLA J. SEAI_.ES~ JOSEPH P. NOONAN, BRYAN N. PETERSEN, MICHAEL S. SIMPBON JAMES R. SLAVENS, ALVIN L. WlLBON, DANNY KI BROYt.ES JEREMIAH L. AXTELL, JAMES C. NETTLES~ JAMES R: WlNDLE, CHRISTOPHER CANNES, CHARLES FRED MOOMEY, DANIEL H. BRI.INSTETER, MELISS A. 1:559.18" .............................. 17,347.85 8,8SS,O0 ................. 9,800.00 16 758.00 17,892.00 15,241.52 17 100,00 7,122.85" 18,080.80 ..... 14,752.20 2,282:00" 17,610.27 .23~572.80 7,872.20" 12,121.95" 3,054.00" ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT THOMPSON, CAROLYN L. 19 340.10 BOARD OF PRISONERS BMITH JASON M. FAIRB eaD CASH CONDEE, NICHED A. CRENSHAW, RUSSELL E. ELSON, GEORGE A. STROM, BOBBY T. MII.I.ER, DIANE E. MCKINNEY, DARNEL L. . 3OLE EDITH R. SHENOLD, SAUNDRA K. nROSTHWAIT, MATTHEW B. RAOLEY, A. ARLEN ;HENOLD, DEE DEE A. WARDEN. BETTY l-. SEEMAN. MARGARET D. HESSER, SARH M. 200.0o ", " ' ........... r'1 ,75 4,249~50" 6 660.50" 300.00" 63.00* 580,o0" 240,00* 120.,00" 1 956.00" + 3114.00" ,, ,,, 270.50" 100.00" 288.00, 4'17.00"