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10-THE PERKINS ]OURNAL, Thursday, June 12, 2003 )o s pc Vl tsi lnl va D£ n 2 Fun Run a a ca m Pete congratulates winning runners Pistol Pete congratulates the winners of the Pistol Pete 5K-1 Mi. Fun Run, Courtney Zent and Mike Kelly, both of Stillwater. The Fun Run kicked off Pistol Pete Days on Saturday, June 7. Zent won the overall women&apos;s division with a time of 22:1 2 minutes. Kelly took the overall men's division with a time of 1 6: 59 minutes. Journal photo by Keith Sheets draws 50 runners More than 53 runners crossed the finish line of this year's Pistol Pete Fun Run. The event kicked off Pistol Pete Carson, Ponca City (27:12), Paula Hood, Broken Arrow (31:46) 40-44: Karl Sever, Tryon (22:33), Suzacne Wilson, Guthrle (30:43), Laura Avey. Tulsa (54:20) 45-49: Julie Kelly, Stillwater (23:00, Debble Smith, Perry (24:20), Kathy Thomas, Stillwater (26:24) 50-64:  Lee, Morris (27:32), Llnda Peeler, Placing first overall in the men's and women's divisions were Mike Kelly of Stillwater with a time of 16:59 minutes, and Courtney Zent :also of Stillwater with a time of 22:12 minutes respectively. Winners in each age group of the women's division were: 13-15: Emily Sever, Tryon (27:01) 16-19: Cane Wollenber 9, Perkins (24:21) 20-24: Courthey Zent, Slillwater (22:12) 25-29: Krissy Pflelder, Oklahoma City (25:46) 30-34: Deborah Bradshaw, Tulsa (24:43) 35-39: Lisa Meyers, collinsville (26:06), Bobble Men's divon winners: ,<. 15-19: Andrew Robinson. Sti[Iwater (17:20), Thomas Showalter, Stillwater (21:27) 20-24: Justin Wollenberg, Perkins (24:24), Tony LoPresto, Oklahoma City (29:32) 25-29: Marly Schnakenberg, Tulsa (23:53), Alex Cuss, Sand Spdngs (24:31), Tony Hotden, Edmond (24:51) 35-39: Clark Williams, Stillwater (21:29), Randy, Edmondson, Shawnee (21:47), Roger Gilbert, Perkins (99:05) 40-44: Steve Nash, Cushing (21:11 ), Marc Tower, Stillwater (21:13). John Bradshaw, Tulsa (22:19) 45-49: Mike Kelly, Stillwater (16:59). Lynn Kinder, Perkins (20:37), Howard Zent, Elk City (22:13) 60-64: Maurice Markwardt, Tulsa (23:43), D.R Cromer, Tulsa (24:42) 65-69: John Mills, Stillwater (30:37) 75-79: Michael Waller, Tulsa (28:29. R.D Harding, Stillwater (32:23) Payne Co. Commissioners isets hearing, opens bids By Moira K. Wiley were also opened. Journal Staff Writer Four bids were received for the : Payne County Commission- striping contract. These included rs approved a petition to set a bids from Time Striping Co. public hearing for Rural Water out of Van Buren, Ark., Action Corporation #3 (RWC #3) on Safety Supply from Oklahoma Monday. City and Direct Traffic Control "" The public hearing, which and Advanced Warnings, both will be held at I0:30 a.m. on out of Muskogee. July 7, was. requested by RWC Highway chip and seal bids #3 to organize and constitute a were received from Clever rural water district. The corpora- Stone Co. out of Clever, Mo.', lion services portions of Payne The Quapaw Company from at and Noble counties; however, Stillwater and Wood & Sons the territory does not include Paving, Inc. from Edmond. any area presently within the All the bids will be evaluated € boundaries of any other water before the contract is awarded. :district or public water supply Chairman Gloria Hesser , :system. also announced that the mural e Upon approval, the corporation project on the north side of would dissolve and be converted Bernhardt Strode's Hospitality lk to Rural Water District #5. Center is underway. Dr. Palmer, In other business, commis- an art professor at the University lO' sioners approved a contract of Central Oklahoma, andsome 31 lsi for aerial photos and a request of his art students have under- ies for traffic signs made by the taken the project. The side ofthe T ,Cushing Police Department building has been power-washed ,ca '.to be placed around the tank and the first coat of white paint I ',farms south of the city, with the has been applied. Pahner and ',purpose of increasing security, his students are expected to 'Commissioners also signed an arrive Friday evening to place agreement with Security Bank the laser print on the wall and Card Center for credit cards to begin actual painting on Sat- W be issued to the Payne County urday morning, weather per- ’ Sheriff's office for travel mitting. Hesser said the mural ov :expenses, which had previously should be ready for viewing ay ',been approved, by Monday, however, she did itl Bids tbr highway striping and report that Palmer thought it !: highway chip and seal projects would be done on Saturday. Planning Commission works on comp By Moira K. Wiley municipality to prepare these was excited about working with be involved in tl Journal Staff Writer The Perkins Planning Commis- sion recently met with Charles Warnken, Ph.D., an Assistant Professor in the Division of Regional and City Planning at University of Oklahoma, to discuss partnering to prepare and complete the City's com- prehensive plan. Warnken undertook the job as part of a studio class that will take place during the fall semes- ter at OU. Students will be seen around the City taking notes and photos starting around Sept. 1. City officials went in search of someone to help complete the comprehensive plan when it became known that it was going to be mandated by the state that the City has one in place by 2004. The partnership would involve "preparation and completion of a number of municipal docu- ments that seek to manage and guide future urban development in Perkins." Each fall, the Divi- sion of Regional and City Plan- ning prepares a Comprehensive Plan for a city in Oklahoma. The work is done through a formal studio setting, where faculty and students partner with a documents. The work has been carried out for several years with the most recent comprehensive plans being completed for Pied- mont and Poteau. A comprehensive plan is "a blueprint for growth for a city that formally states a municipality's development goals and is meant to provide a working guide for elected and appointed officials, as well as citizens to follow." The plan is meant to provide "a broad policy framework and is implemented through a number of distinct but inter-related documents, typically including zoning ordinances, subdivision regula- tions and capital improvement programs." The plan generally includes future land use map and written policy guidelines broken into sections for various aspects of urban governance including land use, housing, transportation/ circulation, economic develop- ment, municipal infrastructure and environmental issues. Warnken began meeting informally with Planning Com- mission Chairperson Mel Miller in September to discuss the proj- ect and he told the Board that he Perkins. "What you've already com- pleted on your own, like zoning ordinances and goal and vision- ing statements, puts you ahead of a lot of other communities," Warnken said. "And, it shows that you really want to go for- ward." Based on initial conversa- tion with the Board and City Manager Jack Rosson during the meeting, Warnken priori- tized the separate aspects that will be addressed in the com- prehensive plan, however, he said these could change. These included land use including criti- cal structures and flood zones; public works and infrastructure, especially the water and sewer system; and taking care of exist- ing structures, especially Main Street as it could be a real draw for tourism. Specific priorities were placed in the following order: Land Use/Infrastructure, Economic Development and Housing. "It's also irhportant that we look at the mandate issues to see what we need to do to meet those," Warnken said. "It's even more important that the public gets involved. People need to to help determine: want the plan to g0 ,i occur; they need l with that change. be involved greatly A tentative project was als0 From this established the will be elected officials a and they will collection in mid-September to] ber, a series should of two proposed. BY be prepared. By final documents mitted to until and City faculty will adoption of available for € revisions, Warnken will the Planning p.m. on July 14 to project further. Police logs Tuesday, June 3 Officer Tom Hanldns • 8:16 p.m.- traffic stop at SH 33 and Payne, citation issued. • 9:05 p.m. - traffic stop at N. Main and French, citation issued. • 9:37 p.m. - traffic stop at SH 33 and Twin Lakes, citation and warn- ing issued. • 11:38 p.m.-traffic stop at SH 33 and Sadler Road, verbal warning. • 11:49 p.m. -traffic stop at SH 33 and Payne, verbal warning. • 8:58 p.m. - traffic stop at SH 33 and Twin Lakes, written waming for defective headlight. • 9:10 p.m.-traffic stop at SH 33 and Payne, written warning for defeclJve headlight. • 9:18 p.m. - assisted on traffic stop at SH 33 and Twin Lakes. • 10:40 p.m. - traffic stop at Kirk and Methodist, arrest made on city walTant. Offkr Steve Heey • 7:23 a.m. - traffic stop just west of Ampride on SH 33, cited and jailed east of Sadler Road, verbal waming for speed. • 9:15 p.m. - traffic stop at SH 33 and Twin Lakes, written warning for defecve equipment. • 9:51 p.m. - traffic stop at Main and SH 33, verbal warning for defective equipment. • 11.137 p.m. - assisted Iowa Tribe office with alcohol offense at casino. • 12.T)7 a.m. -traffic stop at SH 33 and Main, verbal waming for defec- live equipment. Ro • 12"97 a.m. - traffic stop at SH 33 and Twin Lakes, written waming for waming issued. .3:13p Payne, verbal • 3:381c Payne, citation .3:54p Payne, citation Crawfml • 7:32 a.m. - traffic and Lovers Lane, (55/45). • 8:15 a.m. - traff’ General on SH 33, for speed. Twin LaRes, citation • 9:38 a.m. - traffic and Twin Lakes and Payne, cited for speed. • 8:09 p.m. - traffic stop at Whistle Stop #2, verbal waming for music. • 8:38 p.m. - traffic stop at Whistle Stop #2, verbal warning for defective tag ligt. • 8:38 p.m. - traffic stop at Main and French, cited for no insurance and defective headlight. ROnSlZ • 2:58 a.m. - traffic stop at Knipe and Industrial, verbal waming. • 7:51 p.m. -traffic stop at SH 33 and Payne, cited for speed. Perkins Builders Supply. • 10:21 a.m. - report of possible shoplifter at Family Dollar. • 10:47 a.m. - spoke with resident on E. French about vehicle speeding. • 11:34 a.m.- spoke with Mr. Eades at Eades Hardware about theft. • 12-99 p.m.-traffic stop at W. Knipe and cemetenj, citation issued and bhree jaJl. Officer Mike Cmwford • 9:41 p.m. - traffic stop at SH 33 and Twin Lakes, verbal warning for speed. • 11:30 p.m. - traffic stop at SH 33 Payne, verbal warning for speed. I-lanldns • 10.t39 a.m. - traffic stop at Lovers Lane and SH 33, two citations and one warning issued. • 10:49 a.m. - traffic stop at Lovers Lane and Kirk, citation issued. • 11:49 a.m. - report of accident at US 177 and SH 33. • 12:34 p.m. - report of kid locked in vehicle at Whistle Stop #2. • 225 p.m. -traffic stop at SH 33 and Sadler, verbal waming. • 2:45 p.m. - traffic stop at SH 33 and Sadler Road, citation and verbal and TwirLakes speed. • 11:25 a.m. on SH 33, speed. Hnnne • 9:16 Sadr, • 924 Lovers Lane, • 10:15 p.m.-traffi and casino, verbal • 10:55 p.m. - and Kenworthy, defective headlarnF COURT CLERK from 1 houses replaced at no charge to the individual. In other business, Commis- sioners also approved two sepa- rate contracts for individuals to prepare grant applications. The first contract approved was with Thomas C. Hennessey, Ph.D. to prepare a grant appli- cation for the 2003 Urban and Community Forestry Assistance Cost-Share Grant Program. This program is sponsored by the Oklahoma Department of Agri- culture-Forestry Services and the United States Department of Agriculture Forest Service and has a maximum award of $20,000. The program involves a 50/50 in-kind match with funds used to help Perkins become designated as a Tree City USA. Hennessey will complete the narrative, required forms, worksheets, budget form and etc. required for the grant package and submit the completed pro- posal. These items will include a tree inventory and will cost the City $1,000 as Hennessey's fee for completing the job. The second contract approved was with Louis Anella, Ph.D., who will prepare a grant applica- tion for the Oklahoma Depart- ment of Transportation 2003 Highway Tree Program (Round 7). This program is sponsored by the ODOT Beautification Office and has a maximum award of $25,000. The program requires a 25% in-kind match, which can be met by the cost of maintain- ing the trees and administrative support for the project. As compensation for completing the narrative, required forms, worksheets and questionnaire, budget form, site plan and map and will charge a funds are grant, trees an t' be purchased to Perkins' Walki new an audit Luttrell to year end June approved the 04 budget and renewal with Payne repair and kins' streets NO SWEAT! r Stillwater