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THE JOURNAL, Thursday, June 14, 2012 - B3 LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE Legal notice published in The per month BDU uniform pants: $4.00 Perkins Journal June 14, 2012 BDU uniform long sleeve shirt: Arthur made the motion to $2.00 The Payne County Commission- approve the contract as pre- Extra starch: no charge ers met in a regular meeting, sented.Cavettseconded.Arthur, Mending services: buttons are Monday, May 14, 2012. Notice of aye; Cavett, aye; Hesser, aye. free the meeting was made in accor- Minor repairs $5.00 dance with the Open Meeting Hesser presented the 2012/2013 Sewing patches:S4.00 Law. The following were pres- contract between the Payne ent: Gloria Hesser, Chairman; County Commissioners andCavett made the motion to Jim Arthur, Vice-Chairman; Hammond Fire Systems LLC: approve the contract as pre- Zach Cavett, District #1 Com- Fire sprinkler inspections: sented.Arthur seconded. Cavett, missioner and Linda Hatfield, Courthouse: $300.00 aye;Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye. County Clerk. Jail: $300.00 The meeting was opened with Admin. Building: $450.00Hesser presented the 2012/ Prayer and Flag Salute. Fire pump inspection: $400.00 2013 contract with the State of Arthur made the motion to Oklahoma Office of Juvenile approve the agenda as printed. 2 dry sprinkler system inspec- Affairs for detention transporta- Cavett seconded. Arthur, aye; tion, 1 wet sprinkler inspection: tion. Cavett made the motion Cavett, aye; Hesser, aye. $625.00 to approve the OJA contract Arthur presented the following renewal as presented. Arthur request for a road crossing Cavett made the motion to seconded. Cavett, aye; Arthur, permit: approve the contracts as pre- aye; Hesser, aye. 1) Calyx Energy LLC, a 12-inch sented. Arthur seconded. Cavett, gas line with no casing to be aye;Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye. Hesser presented the 2012/2013 installed by boring to cross a contract between the Payne North/Southcountyroadapproxi- Hesser presented a contract County Commissioners and mately V= mile South of 68th and between the Payne County Com- Frontier Fire Protection: Union Road and described as missioners and Central Lawn 2,665 feet South of the NE/ and Landscape for 2012/2013 Payne County Courthouse: corner of Section 15, Township lawn services as follows: inspect 25 fire extinguishers: 18 North, Range 3 East. $200.00 annually Arthur made the motion to Courthouse mowing, edging, PayneCountyjaihinspect21fire approve the permit as presented, weed-eating and clean side- extinguishers: $168.00 annually Cavett seconded. Arthur, aye; walks: $80.00 per job, Semi-annual inspection of fire Cavett, aye; Hesser, aye.Courthouse weed control spray- suppression system (including 6 Hesser called for the evaluation ing: $80.00 per application fusible links and 10 rubber blow of Bid #2012-67, vehicle radios off caps): $310.00 annually for the Sheriffs'Office. The Clerk Administration building mowing, Payne County Administration read the following evaluation from edging, weed-eating and Building: inspect 17 fire extin- the Sheriff: "The Payne County clean sidewalks: $40.00 per guishers: $156.00 annually Sheriff's Offlce in reference to Bid job Payne County Expo Center: 2012-67 would like the Board of Administration building weed inspect 24 fire extinguishers: Commissioners to accept the bid control spraying: $40.00 per $192.00 annually from Integrated Circuits. This bid application South kitchen suppression is a little higher but includes the system semi-annually (to include equipment to install this radio Detention Center mowing, 3 fusible links and 6 rubber blow such as the power supply and edging, weed-eating and off caps): $125.00 per visit even includes a linear amplifier clean sidewalks: $25.00 per North kitchen suppression to boost the signal. Because of job system semi-annually (to include the 2 extra pieces of equipment Detention Center weed control 8 fusible links and 16 rubber blow we feel that the bid is a better and spraying: $30.00 per applica- off caps): $185.00 per visit more complete bid". R. B. Hauf, tion Sheriff, requested the Commis- Arthur made the motion to signers approve the recom- Cavett made the motion to approve the contract as pre- mendation due to the necessary approve the contract as pre- sented. Cavett seconded.Arthur, equipment being included in the sented.Arthurseconded. Cavett, aye; Cavett, aye; Hesser, aye. bid. Cavett made the motion to aye; Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye. approve the recommendation by Hesser presented a jail ser- the Sheriff as requested. Arthur Hesser presented the 2012/ vices agreement for 2012/2013 seconded. Cavett, aye; Arthur, 2013 contract between the between the Payne County aye; Hesser, aye. Payne County Commissioners Commissioners and the City Hesser presented a contract and Fountain Square Cleaners of Perkins. The purpose of the between the Payne County as follows: agreement is to provide for the Commissioners and Bussell incarceration of City prisoners Pest Control for 2012/2013ser- Uniform shirt, short and long and "Hold for State" prisoners vices as follows: sleeve: $2,00 within the county jail under the Courthouse: $100.00 per month Uniform pants: $4.00 custody of County officials and Jail (2 monthly visits): $130.00 Uniform tie: $1.50 to otherwise coordinate book- per month Uniform Ike jacket: $4.00 . ing and detention functions. Administration building: $75.00 Uniform tuffyjacket: $10.50 The City of Perkins agrees to $1qqsort Gro.i. Support groups are listed as a courtesy and are not directly sponsored by SMC. Alxheimer's/Dementia Caregiver Support Group Date: Last Tuesday of avery month Time: Meal Service at 6:00pm Place: The Renaissance Call: Ginger Thomas 405342.4900 Cancer Support Group Date: Fourth Thursday of each month Time: 12:00 p,m, - 1:30 p.m, Place: SMCo Honska Conference Room Call: 372-1775 Depression ~ Bi-polar Support Group Date: Every Tuesday Time: 7:30 - 9:00 p.m, Piece: 1st Presbyterian Church (6 & Duck) Call: Don Brown 580-572-9424 Diabetes Support Group Date: Fourth Thursday of each month Time: 7:00 p,m. Place: SMC, Honska Conference Canter Call: Jsnelle Eichor 405-377-6136 MS Support Group This group is for persons with MS, their spouses/care partners, adult family members and friends, Date: Second Tuesday of each month Time: 6:30 p,m, Place: Board Room Call: Connie Walker, 372-8617 Nicotine Anonymous A fellowship of men and women helping each other to live free of nicotine, For Information call: (405) 880-6993 Overeaters Anonymous (OA) Support Group Date: Every Monday - 6:00 pm Every Thursday - 6:30-7:30 Place: Mondays: 1st Christian Church, Duck & Metthaws (West entrance, room 202) Thurldey Countryside Baptist Church, Room N1145, on S. Western Call: Misty at (405) 372.4215 Prostate Cancer Education and Support Group For more info: Gary Meek (405) 624-3946 Jerry Davis (405) 377-1541 Vision Support Group This group is for anyone who is visually impaired, their spouses/care partners, family members and friends, Date: Second Wed. of every month Time: 2:00 p.m, Place: Senior Citizens Center Call: David Hits 377-4325 pay the County Sheriff on a per prisoner per day basis using a base rate of $32.50. Arthur made the motion to approve the agreement as presented. Cavett seconded. Arthur, aye; Cavett, aye; Hesser, aye. Hauf pointed out the State rate is $27.00 and that will be the amount issued to the Sheriff's Office. Lowell Barto, Assistant District Attomey, stated the City of Perkins could amend the agreement rolling back the $32.50 to $27.00 being the approved amount for the State. Barto went on to state he would need to look the agreement over regarding incarceration of prisoners who may have a severe illness or medical prob- lems. Cavett made an amended motion to approve the agreement subject to the Assistant District Attorneys opinion and authorize the Chairman to sign on behalf of the County. Arthur seconded. Cavett, aye; Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye. The Clerk presented a request from Yale Fire Department to junk and remove from inventory 6 pagers, 29 pairs of wildland trou- sers and 2 pair of boots. Arthur made the motion to approve the removal of the items from inventory as requested. Cavett seconded. Arthur, aye; Cavett, aye; Hesssr, aye. Haffield presented the following monthly reports: 1) April allocation of alcoholic beverage tax: $15,550.20 2) Health Department ending April balance: $3,956.75 3) Sheriff Official deposi- tory ending April balance: $108,886.11 4) Assessor ending April bal- ance: $1,720.00 5) Court Clerk court fund ending April balance: $164,765.25 6) Sheriff, cost of food for jail for month of Apdh $20,407.74 7) County Clerk April collec- tions: a) General fund: $34,324.64 b) Clerk ML cash: $8,118.00 c) OTC, documentary stamps: $17,041.11 d) Clerk RM&P: $7,320.00 Arthur made the motion to approve the reports as pre- sented. Cavett seconded. Arthur, aye; Cavett, aye; Hesser, aye. Cavett reported he is planning to present information at the lt4for+ & After IBAb+I For a more detailed explanation of classes, call 742-5738 for a brochure. Breathing and Relaxation This class is an optional fifth class in the childbirth preparation series, Best taken following the Childbirth Prep classes. Date: Wed:June 27 Time: 7:00 p.m. Location: SMC West Conf. Room Cost: $15,00 per couple Pre-Admission Assessment After reaching your 32rid week of pregnancy, the staff on Maternal Child Health Unit (MCHU) would like you to make an appointment to see us during your 36th or 37th week. You will tour the Unit end meet some of the staff, A MCHU nurse will complete part of you assessment, consents will be signed and infant security policies will be addressed, You will be provided with information end your questions will be answered regarding labor end delivery, mother/baby care and follow-up care that is offered. Please bring insurance/medical cards with you. This appointment will take approximately one hour. Childbirth Preparation 8" Newborn Care This is s Four-part program taught by registered nurses for first-birth families or experienced families who want more in-depth information. This program may be taken anytime during pregnancy, but it is recommended during the last four months. Date: Tues: June 5, 12, 19, 26 lime: 6:00 p,m. Location'. SMC West Cone Room Cost: $30 per couple Sibling Class This class is recommended for siblings three years old and up, Date: Wed: June 6 T me: 6:00 p.m. Local|on: SMC West Conf. Room Cosr Free Refresher for Experienced Families This program, taught by experienced labor and delivery nurses, will provide you information on the most current labor and delivery options, Date: Tues: June 19 Time: 7:00 p,m. Location: SMC 2nd Floor Conf. Room Cost: $26 per couple Breastfeeding A certified breastfeeding instructor will teach you the "howe" and "whys" of brsastfeeding. This class is designed to be taken during the last two months of pregnancy, Date: Thurs: June 7 Time: 6:00 p.m. Location: SMC West Cone Room Cost: $20 per couple next meeting and would like to 1415, P & K EQUIPMENT, have the Board reconsider the INC., 573.94, SUPPLIES; 1416, percentages regarding the sales SOUTHWEST TRUCK PARTS, tax distribution to District #1 and INC., 327.77, SUPPLIES; 1417, District#3~ STILLWATER MILL AGRI CENTER, 161.27, SUPPLIES; David Lebow, Yale paper, asked 1418, STILLWATER STEEL how often contracts were bid. AND, 177.95, SUPPLIES; Hesser explained if a new 1419, UNIFIRST, 485.12, SUP- vendor approached the County PLIES; 1420, ZEE MEDICAL, for specific services, then new INC., 78.50, SUPPLIES; 1421, proposals are requested, oth- CITY GLASS OF STILLWA- erwise the current vendor would TER, INC., 523.00, SUPPLIES; be the provider if the same prices 1422, STEWART STONE, INC., are honored. 10384.63, SUPPLIES; 1423, INTERSTATE BILLING SER- Arthur questioned the Assistant VICE, INC, 407.72, SUPPLIES; District Attorney if an addendum 1424, EWlNG ELECTRIC COM- could be added to the road cross- PANYLLC, 160.00, SUPPLIES; ing permits regarding the place- 1425, INTERSTATE BILLING mentoftemporarypermits. Barto SERVICE, INC, 137.09, SUP- stated it is the right of the Board PLIES; 1426, SCHATZ AUTO to set conditions of the permits. SUPPLY, 125.00, SUPPLIES; Arthur stated the permits do ref- 1427, STEWART STONE, INC., erence the fact that any damages 10313.78, SUPPLIES; BOARD are the responsibility of the entity OF PRISONERS: 186, THE seeking the permit. EARTHGRAINS CO., 1326.04, SUPPLIES; 187, SYSCO FOOD, Hatfield presented the minutes INC., 17557.05, SUPPLIES; of May 7, 2012. Cavett asked HEALTH DEPARTMENT: 419, that it be noted the minutes are STILLWATER MEDICAL paraphrased. Hatfield stated the CENTER, 90.00, SERVICES; minutes are a summary of the 420, OTIS ELEVATOR COML meeting. Hesser pointed out PANY, 700.00, MAINTE- there is a spelling error within NANCE; 421, CENTRAL LAWN the paragraph regarding the AND LANDSCAPE, 260.00, sales tax split. The error is as SUPPLIES; 422, LOWE S follows: 'retirements cneters" COMPANIES, INC., 80.30, and should be corrected to SUPPLIES; 423, MOORE "retirement centers". Cavett MEDICALCORP., 134.00, SUP- made the motion to approve PLIES; 424, MOORE MEDICAL the minutes as corrected. Arthur CORP., 259.27, SUPPLIES; seconded. Cavett, aye; Arthur, 425, LANGUAGE LINE SER- aye; Hesser, aye. VICES, 172.86, SERVICES; 426, CENTERPOINT ENERGY, Arthur made the motion to 51.77, UTILITIES; 427, AT &T approve purchase orders. Cavett MOBILITY, 1053.01, SERVICES; seconded. Arthur, aye; Cavett, SHERIFF SERVICE FEE: 334, aye; Hesser, aye. JOHN VANCE AUTO GROUP, 2011-2012 COUNTY GENERAL: 40603.67, 2012 SUPPLIES; 3156, STC/BUSINESSWORLD, 335, INTERACT PUBLIC 132.82, SERVICE;.3157, FLEET- SAFETY SYSTEMS, 4130.40, COR TECHNOLOGIES, 294.79, SUPPLIES; 336, FLEETCOR SUPPLIES; 3158, DUPREE TECHNOLOGIES, 10945.68, SPORTS EQUIPMENT CO., SUPPLIES; 337, FOUNTAIN 66.00, SUPPLIES; 3159, SQUARE CLEANERS, 648.00, CREDIT CARD OPERATIONS, SERVICES; 338, NAPA AUTO 1131.80, SUPPLIES; 3160, B PARTS, 924.88, SUPPLIES; & C BUSINESS PRODUCTS, 339,JOHN DEEREFINANCIAL, INC, 446.97, SUPPLIES; 3161, 19.75, SUPPLIES; 340, BEAS- STILLWATER MILL AGRI LEYS TECHNOLOGY, INC., CENTER, 258.95, SUPPLIES; 100.00, SUPPLIES;341,CDWG 3162, G AND M BODY SHOP, GOVERNMENT, INC., 138.72, INC., 4191.44, SERVICES; SUPPLIES; 342, STILLWATER 3163, DEARINGER PRINTING MILL AGRI CENTER, 28.40, & TROPHY, 22.50, SUPPLIES; SUPPLIES; 343, STILLWATER 3164, STILLWATER MILLAGRI MILL AGRI CENTER, 28.10, CENTER, 75.81, SUPPLIES; SUPPLIES; 344, STILLWATER 3165, FAIRBANKS SCALES, MILL AGRI CENTER, 157.65, 300.00, SERVICES; 3166, SUPPLIES; 345, GT DIS- COMPUTER PROJECTS, TRIBUTORS, INC., 2392.29, 535.00, SUPPLIES; 3167, SUPPLIES; 346, AMERICAN STILLWATER NEWSPRESS, PLANT, 553.57, SUPPLIES; 41.05, SERVICES; 3168, A 347, STILLWATER NEWS- T & T MOBILITY, 1707.21, PRESS, 44.90, SERVICES; 348, SERVICES; 3169, B & C BUSI- STILLWATER TAG AGENCY, NESS PRODUCTS, INC, 85.00, 37.50, SERVICES; 349, G AND SERVICES 3170, DIRECT TV, M BODY SHOP, INC., .800.00, 112.99, SERVICES; 3171, MAXS SERVICES; 350, KINNUNEN MUFFLER, 85.00, SERVICES; SALES & RENTALS,, 119.70, 3172, MYBINDING.COM, 57.84, SUPPLIES; 351 KINNUNEN SUPPLIES; 3173, WATERFORD SALES & RENTALS,, 370.49, MARRIOTT HOTEL 81~00, SUPPLIES; FAIRBOARD SERVICES; 3174, FLEETCOR CASH: 212, B & C BUSINESS TECHNOLOGIES, 58.88, SUP- PRODUCTS, INC,378.95, SUP- PLIES; 3175, SCAUG, 495.00, PLIES; CO. ASSESSOR S FEE: SERVICES; 3176, BOWEN & 17, INTERWORKS, INC., 34.99. BOWEN, INC., 66.55, SUP- SERVICES;JAILOPERATiON& PLIES; 3177, FENTON OFFICE MAINTENANCE: 805, CREDIT MART, 23.76, SUPPLIES;3178, CARD OPERATIONS 611.40, B & C BUSINESS PRODUCTS, SUPPLIES; 806, FLEETCOR INC, 214.25, SUPPLIES; 3179, TECHNOLOGIES, 3137.83, PHOENIX, 370.95, SERVICES; SUPPLIES; 807, SHERWIN 3180, BUSSELL PEST CON- WILLIAMS, 239.95, SUPPLIES; TROL, 100.00, SERVICES; 808, AT&TMOBILITY, 741.74, 3181, BAGWELL, APRIL M., SERVICES; 809, B & C BUSI- 144.30, REIMBURSEMENT; NESS PRODUCTS, INC, 60.00, 3182, OKLA NATURAL GAS, SERVICES; 810, FASTENAL 1116.99, UTILITIES; 3183, COMPANY, 333.27, SERVICES; TOUCHTONE, 203.14, SER- SOLID WASTE: 226, JOHN VICES; 3184, BUSSELL PEST DEERE FINANCIAL, 73.06, CONTROL, 75.00, SERVICES; SUPPLIES; 227, NAPA AUTO 3185, OKLA. NATURAL GAS, PARTS, 111.41, SUPPLIES; 20.33, UTILITIES; 3186, OSAGE 228, STILLWATER STEELAND, CO. DETENTION, 622.15, SER- 40.80, SUPPLIES; 229, PER- VICES; 3187, CRAIG COUNTY, KINS BUILDERS SUPPLY, INC., 68.08, SERVICES; 3188, COM- 176.40, SUPPLIES; 230, A T & MUNITYWORKS,1055.46,SER- 1", 71.60, SERVICES; E 911: 85, VICES; 3189, POTTAWATOMIE B & C BUSINESS PRODUCTS, CO. REG., 210.00, SERVICES; 685.00, SUPPLIES; 86, AT &"1", 3190, FLEETCORTECHNOLO- 352.92, SERVICES; GIES, 181.48, SUPPLIES; 3191, Lyle Testerman questioned the WARREN CAT, 218477.00, Board as to ownership of the SUPPLIES; 3192, AIRGAS USA county right of ways. Arthur LLC, 104.29, SUPPLIES; 3193, stated the property owner owns CINTAS FIRST AID & SAFETY, the right of way and the County 54.69, SUPPLIES; 3194, CO0- has the authority to give right PERS LOCKSMITH LLC, 78.90, of ways for utilities which does SUPPLIES; 3195, DEARINGER include oil lines. Arthur reported PRINTING & TROPHY, 70.60, salt water disposal lines do not SUPPLIES; 3196, GRIMSLEYS, classify as a utility, therefore INC., 598.84, SUPPLIES; 3197, permanent lines for that pur- TREATS SOLUTIONS INC., pose has to be agreed upon by 327.50, SUPPLIES; 3198, the property owner. UNIFIRST, 444.96, SUP- Randy Wick questioned the PLIES; 3199, WALMART Board as how it is determined COMMUNITY, 154.83, SUP- if a road is to be asphalted or PLIES; 3200, CITY OF TULSA, blacktopped. Arthur stated traffic 8200.00, SUPPLIES; 3201, counts are used. Hesser pointed UNIFORMS & ACCESSORIES, out it is also factored in if the read 767.93, SUPPLIES; HIGHWAY is a major collector read CASH: 1404, EAGLE PUMP The following bid was opened: AND SUPPLY, LLC., 326.99, Bid #2012-69, Dodge Durango SUPPLIES; 1405, STEWART vehicle outfitting for Sheriff STONE, INC., 10399.37, SUP- Dept. PLIES; 1406, ACKLINS LAWN 1) Bob Howard Dodge, P.O. & GARDEN, 30.00, SERVICES; Box 14580, Oklahoma City, Ok. 1407, STEWART STONE, INC., 73113 10405.13, SUPPLIES; 1408, 2) Fleet Distributors Express, ACKLINS LAWN & GARDEN, P.O. Box 470194, Tulsa, Ok. 39.90, SUPPLIES; 1409, CEN- 74147 TERPOINT ENERGY, 26.74, UTILITIES; 1410, STILLwATER The Sheriff reported he would MILL AGRI CENTER, 925.00, evaluate the bids and make SUPPLIES; 1411, P & K EQUIP- his recommendation at the next MENT, INC., 246.40, SERVICES; meeting. 1412, STILLwATER NEWS- PRESS, 41.90, SERVICES; The meeting was adjourned. 1413, KINNuNEN SALES & RENTALS, 22.79, SUPPLIES; Linda Hatfield 1414, O REILLY AUTOMO- Payne county Clerk TIVE, INC., 16.99, SUPPLIES; I I I J ~;-~:~-~-~i~7-:--~.~--;~;7~--~-~.. ............... ' ........... L.'..'..' ........... L._L.~_~L.__.~_._._.._ .............................. '--,J,L ........................ II 'II IIi I