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1 ty commissioners evaluate bids ;loners at neeting on 16. :2003-40 for asphal- was broken down areas. The first and hot lay only, Commissioner Bill chose Quapaw as his Kern&apos;s Construe- and Bailey's these would t to location of spe- and availability of #3 Commis- approved all on job site location of product and the following : Bailey's Construction, Co. Asphalt & Associates. For commissioners Construction. For Asphalt, both chose low bid, 'availability. The Rote will be re-bid. items was based carries a six- chose to availability. who made bids WLMS, Koch, Coastal Frontier Terminal Corp. was for batter- one-year term. ; NAPA for District chose low bid, r for District received from NAPA Lionel Harris. was for a and included and guard rails. chose low to availability with From Railroad ,& Highway, Sun- belt, Allen Lumber, R Pipe and K&O. Bids for 2003-44, cold patch material, was tora six-month term. Although it wasn't the low bid, Deering chose Haskell Lemon for District #1 due to some problems he'd had in the past with Logan Co. Asphalt. Despite past problems, Arthur chose Logan Co. Asphalt, due to convenience and then subject to availability, Haskell Lemon was his second choice. No bids were received for #2003-45, concrete finishing service with a one-year term. In lieu of bids, phone quotes were obtained with quotes from Jesse Ross and Dollins Excav. With both commissioners choos- ing to take low bid, subject to availability. Bids for 2003-46 for a one-year term on corregated steel pipe were received from Dub Ross, Tinhorns R Us, Wilson Culverts and K & O Construction. Both commissioners chose take low bid, subject to availability. On bid 2003-47, crack seal- ing services material and labor based on a six-month term, only one bid was submitted. This bid, from JLT Corporation, was accepted by both commis- sioners. Bids were received from Quapaw Valley Bri., Haken Dozer Service and K & O Con- struction on bid 2003-48, a one- year term on equipment contract sales. Both commissioners chose low bid, subject to availability. On fence building materi- als, bid 2003-49, a bid from Stillwater Mill was the only one received. Deering chose to reject the bid, while Arthur chose to accept it. The term was for six months. For fence building service, bid 2003-50, both commissioners accepted the only bid received, which was from Dumal Fencing & Welding. This bid had a one- year term. On bid 2003-51. for grader blades with a one-year tenn. bids were received from Michael Todd Company, Kirby Smith, Valk Manufacturing and Warren Cat. Both commissioners chose Warren Cat. For new lumber, bid 2003-52, bids were received from Bridge & Highway Materials, Inc. and Gemini Forest Products. This bid was for a six-month term. Deering went with the low bid, subject to availability. Arthur went with Bridge & Highway. Mechanic Services, bid 2003- 53, was tbra six-month term and Troy's Auto Repair was the only bid received. This item will be re-bid. For Paving Repair Services, bid 2003-54, on a six-month term, only JLT Corporation submitted a bid. Both commissioners chose to accept JLT's bid. For petroleum products, bid 2003-55, a six-term was offered. Pioneer Petroleum, Lionel Harris, Bob Burk Oil Company, German Distributing and West- em Mktg. all submitted. Deering chose Lionel Harris and Arthur chose Bob Burk for everything listed in this bid except grease cartridges and fuel injector/ cleaner. Both commissioners chose German Distributing for these items. Bid 2003-56 for a six-month term on piling pipe, bids were received from Railroad Yard, Sunbelt and R Pipe. Both commissioners chose low bid, subject to availability. Accord- ing to a breakdown of the bids, a majority of the items had the lowest bid submitted by Rail- road Yard. Bid 2003-57 for plastic cul- vert pipe with a six-month term received bids from Dub Ross and Advanced Drainage. Both commissioners chose low bid, subject to availability. The bid breakdown showed Dub Ross with the lowest bid on all items by a slim margin. For pot hole patching service. bid 2003-58. a six-month term was offered with the only bids received from JIT ('orp<ation, Both commissioners accepted JLT's bids for their district, On bid 200359, reclaimer tips and holders, only one bid was received, from Warren Cat. This item will be re-bid. On rock and concrete prod- ucts, bid 2003-60, all items but concrete was accepted by both commissioners was accepted by low bid, subject to availability and based on destination and application. On concrete, Arthur chose Kern's of Stillwater, while Deering choose low bid, subject to availability. This bid has a six- month term. Both commissioners accepted Ponce Iron & Metal for bid 2003-61. This bid carries a one- year term and is for sale of scrap iron, etc. This was the only bid received for this item. On bid 2003-62, a six-month term for road bed stabilizer only one phone quote could be obtained and no actual bids received. This item was tabled until further quotes could be gotten. On bid 2003-63 for a one-year term on line striping, bids were received from Direct Traffic, Advanced Warnings, Time Strip- ing and JLT Corporation. Both commissioners chose to reject all bids and call for separate bids on a per project basis. For a six-month term on new structure steel, bid 2003-64, bids were received from Bridge & Highway, Railroad Yard, Sun- belt, R Pipe and K & O. Both commissioners chose low bid, subject to availability. For tire repair service, bid 2003-66, Deering chose Harris Gas Stations and Arthur chose Oakes Service Station. These were the only two bids received and the term is one-year. For tires and tubes, bid 2003- 67, bids were received from Quail Springs Tire &.Auto. Lionel Harris Oil Company and Gray's. Decring chose Lionel Harris as his first choice and Quail Springs as his second. while Arthur cho.,c Quait you feeling anxious, depre exhausted, or irritable? Help Has e is n had a six-month term. On bid 2003-68 for a one-year term on trucking services, bids were received from Kinder Dozer and Sexton Service. This bid was tabled until fur- ther research could be done and commissioners could get a better understanding due to a large difference between the two companies' bids. On bid 2003-69 for a six- month term on used steel, bids were received from Railroad Yard, Sunbelt, R Pipe and K & O. Both commissioners chose to go with low bid, subject to availability. Based on bid breakdowns, Railroad Yard had the lowest bid on most items C verC) -Training -Resource L 00ort Groups- Support- Thursday, June 26, 2003 1: 00pm-4:00pro Cushing Public Library 215 N Steele Cushing, OK FREE more information about this event and our other free services call Laura at 1-866-647-6769 . or visit us on the web at • 00.//ches.okstate.edu/programs_events/replcrgvr/ Funding provided by COEDD Area Agency on Aging through the National Family Caregiver Support Program (NFCSP) THE PERKINS JOURNAL, Thursday, June 26, 2003-5 The past...weaving to the present Frances Wayadande demonstrates loom rag rug weaving to an interested onlooker during the Summer Solstice Fiesta held at Menagerie Espresso Bar, Saturday. Photo by David Holbrook Police Ioos No_o.!_ay,_d_u.n_e_..l_6 Knipe and S.W. Third, two cite- Officer Steve Hensley tions issued. • 9:13 p.m. - traffic stop at SH Officer Mike Crawford 33 and Twin Lakes, verbal warn- • 8:06 p.m. - traffic stop at US ing. 177 and Ampride, verbal warning • 9:19 p.m. - traffic stop at SH forspeed. 33 and Twin Lakes, written "8:45p.m.-assistedwithambu" warning, lance call at 419 W. French. • 11.04 p.m. - traffic stop at . 9:44 p.m. - traffic stop at. Freeman and N.W. Third, writ- Whistle Stop #1, verbal warning ten warning, for improper left turn. : 11:21 p.m. - traffic stop at N. ° 10:45 p.m. - traffic stop at N. Main and Kirk, written warning. Main and Chantry, verbal warning 'i: Officer Tom Hankins for defective taillight. - • 9:31 p.m. - traffic stop at Free-  man and Kern, written warning Officer Scott Stropee for defective taillight. • 12:26 a.m. - traffic stop at SH 33 • 9:55 p.m. - traffic stop at and Lovers Lane, citation issued Freeman and N.W First, verbal for speed (55/45). warning. • 1:56 a.m. - assisted with stop T_uesday, JuRe 17 of intoxicated driver on E. Indus- Hensley trial • 1:56 zm. -- raffic stop at SH 33 Hankins aad written warning. • 8:14 a.m. - traffic stop at SH 33 with R Pipe coming in second and R Pipe and Sunbelt having the same bid amount as Railroad Yard on some items. On bid 2003-70, a six-month term on used tank cars. both commissioners chose low bid, subject to availability. Bids were received from Railroad Yard, R Pipe and Sunbelt with Railroad Yard having the lowest bid on a majority of items in the break- down of items' bid; however, both of the remaining compa- nies had the same bid amount on some items. -Sa.m., Twin Lakes, warning tleadlamp. • 6:19 a.m. - traffic stop at SH 3 and Lovers Lane, citation issued. • 8:30 p.m. - traffic stop at SH 33 - 11:04 a.m. - traffic stop at SH 33 and Payne, verbal warning. • 11:17 a.m. -traffic stop at SH 33 and Payne, verbal warning. • 11:26 a.m. - traffic stop at SH 33 and Sadler, three citations and ' and Payne, citation issued. one written warning issued. W_edReday. June 18 Hankins - 5 a.m. - traffic stop at SH 33 and Payne, citation issued. • 5:16 a.m. - traffic stop at SH 33 and Payne, verbal waming. Friday, June 20 Henaley • 7:06 a.m. - traffic stop at W. Knipe and W. Industrial, citation issued. • 8:32 a.m. - traffic stop at N. Main and N. Park, citation issued. • 3:01 p.m. - traffic stop at W. Knipe and E. Industrial, citation issued. • 4:06 p.m. - report of dog run- ning at large on E. Kirk; unable to locate. • 4:18 p.m. - traffic stop at 1100 Lovers Lane, two citations issued. • 4:47 p.m. - assisted iowa Tribe officer with accident at casino. • 5:33 p.m. - report of loud music on Newport: unable to locate. • 5:45 p.m. - traffic stop at W. • 11:38 e.m. - report of cars parked wrong way at Crozier and Lovers Lane. =uaaav, AumLZ,t Hankins • 9:30 p.m. - traffic stop at SH 33 and Payne, citation issued. Hensley • 7:36 p.m. - report of subject walking in back yard at residence on E. Chantry; unable to locate. • 9:24 p.m. -traffic stop at S. Main and Stumbo, written warning. • 10:56 p.m. - traffic stop at W. Knipe and E. Industrial, verbal warning. • 11:43 p.m. -traffic stop at Kirk and Sadler, citation issued. Local Patriots The Perkins Journal holds our servicemen and servicewomen up as an example of selfless ser- .- _ _ - vice to our communuy, state and 4th of July Special country. Pleaseshowyoursup- it • Slab of Ribs or 2 lbs. Brisket jj Si00es,n00,u00e //  Potato Salad, Cole Slaw, in Iraq. " 1 1 Baked Beans & Bread $19 Serve approx. 4-6 1 J Offer good for can-v-out only. Place orders by "July 2. Prairie's Edge Restaurant !, Mon.-Sat. 1 larn-9pm ° Breakfast hrs. 6-10:30am 102 S. Main • Perkins • 405/547-5810 port for them by keeping them in your thoughts and prayers. Pfe. Michael W. Thurman II With the 3rd Armored Artillery unit "Cobras", C Company, 2nd Bn, 69th Ar, 3rd Bde, Mailing address: Pfc. Michael W. Thurman II CCO 2-69AR UNIT #9331 APe AE 09303-3312