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i,= THE PERKINS JOURNAL, Thursday, August 23, 2001-5B Arthur noted the project for 44th Street is not ready at this time. Arthur made the motion to table Resolution 2001-48. Deer/rig seconded. Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye; Deering, aye. Board of Commissioners met in a Regular Meeting, Mon- Arthur made the motion to approve Resolutions, #47,#49,#50,#51,#52, #53 Notice of the meeting was made by posting an agenda in as presented and on file in the Clerk's office. Deedng seconded. Arthur, aye; with the Open Meeting Law. The following were present: Gloria Hesser, aye; Deedng, aye. Motion carried. Jim Arthur, Vice-Chairman; Bill Deedng, Member; Sherd The Clerk presented Grant Contracts for prior year for WlA Grant. The Clerk Clerk; Charles Rogers, Assistant District Attorney. noted OESC has requested the prior year Grant award be split into to meeting to order at 9:00 a.m. The meeting was opened contracts. The total award doesn't change. This is for clarification: and Flag Salute. #93361NC10-NSSS, Modification, #1, Reduce the Grant and Modify Grant Mr. Lawrence Butler. Butler addressed the Board Period, August 1-Spetember 20, 2000, $3291.85; Modification to extend sPeed limit on Texaco Road. The Board suggested that the grant period, October 1-December 31, 2001, $42,541.15. Deedng made the and OHP be contacted to request patrol on the road. The motion to approve the Modifications for clerical clarifications. Arthur upon written request, seconded. Arthur, aye; Hasser, aye; Deering, aye. Motion carded. Davis Sanitation, requested consideration by the Commission The Clerk presented the 2001-02 WlA Grant, as previously approved in the a County owned transfer station. Davis stated the benefits of a amount of $50000.00, July 1 2001 to June 30, 2002, for signature. .=r 1) break up monopoly of trash pickup 2) promotes The Clerk presented minutes of June 25, June 29 and July 16. Deedng user friendly, allowing citizens to utilize. A transfer station made the motion to approve the minutes with clerical corrections on July 16. with staffing and scales. The trash is then trans- Arthur seconded. Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye; Deedng, aye. Motion carried. from the station to a designated location. The following Purchase orders were approved: Allen requested Boards position on supporting the Ag Movement Approved 07/23/01 to 07/23/01 ...FY 2000-2001 parity pricing for farmers. The Board stated the Executive Board War# Issued To: Amount Reason Issued: presented at the ACCO State meeting. TheGENERAL FUND did not know the position of the ACCO Association at this time. 3779 WEST GROUP 722,15 SERVICES Utility Permits: Fifty-One East Water; service line; 1" 3780 STAPLES 79!,,27 SUPPLIES by trenching; cross E/W road; ._ mile South of Hwy 51 and 3781 XEROX CORPORATION 345.00 SUPPLIES 9N-4E; 3782 COWBOYCOPY 187.33 SERVICES as line; trenching; Saddle Rock South 3783 CONNECTING POINT COMPUTER 81.00 SUPPLIES ' Rural Water - _" water service line; Between Section 8-9- 3784 STAPLES 416.29 SUPPLIES the motion to approve the permits. Deering seconded. Arthur, aye; Deering, aye. Motion carried. request from Generation G.A.P. to display materials at organization. The Board noted they would any donation box. Arthur made the motion to allow n G.A.P. to display information August 1 -August 31. Deedng aye; Hesser, aye; Deedng, aye. Motion carried. presented to the Board the DA opinion on selling a The opinion is that nothing prohibits the sale of a portion Rogers stated the Board would have to sub-divide the made the motion to accept the DA opinion as authority to of a bid, a portion of property as acquired by the County Arthur seconded. Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye; Deering, aye. Election Board, #2001-86, Ballots, lowest and best. Arthur made the motion to accept the Deering seconded. Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye; Dsering, Bid #2001-01;Elm Grove Remodel of Latham Construction by Ms. Connie Walker as The Chairman noted all options were accepted. to accept the evaluation. Arthur seconded. Arthur, Motion carded. a County auction would be held on September 29 for .=morandum to Remove Items from Inventory Chainsaw 223411283 Chainsaw 1146311896 (no inventory number) Welder 8370012 Chainsaw 223411227 Homelie Weedeater HPC180188 Wet & Dry Vac 6070v1805 Ice Machine to remove items ~rom inventory. Arthur seconded. aye; Deering, aye. Motion carried. and Modification Agreement with Bridge over Euchee Creek. The Agreement services. Deering made the motion to approve. Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye; Deering, aye. Motion carried. to approve the invoice for Geotechntcal service for the amount of $9,205.00. Arthur seconded. Arthur, aye; aye. Motion carried. Title Quite Title petition regarding property & 18, in Township 18N, 6E. Deedng stated that is a section line not opened. The Board directed the Attorney to respond that no interest other than the Constitutional right of road 3785WESTERN MECHANICAL, INC. 309.15 SUPPLIES 3786THYSSENKRUPP ELEVATOR CORP. 113.00 REPAIRS 3787WOOD & SONS PAVING 14402.60 SUPPLIES 3788WOOD & SONS PAVING 13978.12 SUPPLIES 3789WOOD & SONS PAVING 13978.12 SUPPLIES 3790WOOD & SONS PAVING 5237.76SUPPLIES 3791WOOD & SONS PAVING 14548.92 SUPPLIES 3792WOOD & SONS PAVING 46191.20 SUPPLIES 3793ACE HARDWARE 70.21 SUPPLIES 3794STAPLES 44.07 SUPPLIES 3795ACE HARDWARE 31.56 SUPPLIES 3796ACE HARDWARE 15.99 SUPPLIES transfer from Highway cash 7000.00 for ~>lld ..... Deering seconded. Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye; Deedng, carded. Redistricting Plan as required by Law. Each District must represent an equal population within a 2% margin The Chairman noted that Precinct 11 would be split between #3. A new precinct will be assigned by the Election Board; RESOLUTION # 2001-46 PAYNE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS REDISTRICTING 2001 . the Payne County Board of Commissioners is required to Plan with the State of Oklahoma, whereby Payne between the three (3) Commissioners based on and the Payne County Board of Commissioners have prepared a Ra- y and equally represent the resident voters of Payne the mandated 2 percent margin, and Payne County has established a Reqistdcting Plan as follows and map: ONE: of Stillwater precincts 001,002, 017 and additional precincts 101, 202, 406, 408, 409, 411,413, 414, 417 TWO: the City of Stillwater boundaries except precincts 001,002, 017, 019, 401 including precinct 011 north boundary W. Admiral Av- boundary S. Monroe Street, south to W. University Avenue and r is Western Road. THREE: precincts 00~1~08, 016019, 401 including south part ,ing south W. 3 Avenue' on the north to S. Monroe on west to Western Road and additional precincts 405, 410, 415, 416 /ill BE IT RESOLVED, that the Payne County Board of Com- adopt the above Redistricting Plan 2001, that the Plan is in the Board is making official notification of same to the State of this 23rd day of July, 2001. to approve the redistncting plan. Arthur seconded. aye; Deedng, aye. Motion carded. New precinct will be presented Sales Tax Project Resolutions: Sangre Road 92nd to 80th'' 1 mile Double Chip and Seal Estimated cost ^60000.00 th Resolution 2001-48 44 Street, Brush Creek Road Road Sangre Road to Country Club, 1 mile Double Chip and Seal Estimated cost ^60000.00 Resolution 2001-1 Sangre Road, Vlnco to 152" ' .5 mile Double Chip and Seal Estimated cost, $30,000 Resolution 2001-51 McElroy, Country Club to Sangrs, 1 mile Asphalt Overlay $150,000 Resolution 2001-52 68th Street, US177 to Rose Road, 7miles Single Chip and Seal $123,000 i Resolution 2001-53 I'akQview Road, Country Club to Range Road, 1 mile Double Chip and Seal $60,000.00 3797 FENTON OFFICE MART 19.98 SUPPLIES HIGHWAY CASH 2221 GREEN LAWN & GARDEN LLC 21.78 SUPPLIES 2222 GREEN LAWN & GARDEN LLC 43.89 SUPPLIES 2223 GREEN LAWN & GARDEN LLC 44.45 SUPPLIES 2224 G. W. VAN KEPPEL CO. 381.62 SUPPLIES 2225 CITY OF DRUMRIGHT 500.00 SUPPLIES 2226 AMERICAN WELDING SUPPLY 187.87 SUPPLIES 2227 BEAVER EXPRESS LLC 16.66 SUPPLIES 2228 CIMARRON TRUCK PARTS, INC. 404.34 SUPPLIES 2229 CROW-BURLINGAME CO. 119.45 SUPPLIES 2230 CUSHING LUMBER CO. 253.07 SUPPLIES 2231 ENLOW TRACTOR CO. 92.68 SUPPLIES 2232 FARM & HOME SUPPLY 72.45 SUPPLIES 2233 FASTENAL COMPANY 87.81 SUPPLIES 2234 FECHNER PUMP & SUPPLY 142.38 SUPPLIES 2235 G. W. VAN KEPPEL CO. 160.85 SUPPLIES 2236 HARRIS GAS STATIONS 398.95 SUPPLIES 2237 HUGHES LUMBER 39.70 SUPPLIES 2238 NAPAAUTO PARTS 979.35 SUPPLIES 2239 LIONEL HARRIS OIL CO., INC. 633.60 SUPPLIES 2240 MACK TRUCK SALES OF TULSA,INC 16.64 SUPPLIES 2241 TCB OFFICE SUPPLY 103.94 SUPPLIES 2242 UNIFIRST 608.20 SUPPLIES 2243 LIONEL HARRIS OIL CO., INC. 661.65 SUPPLIES 2244 LIONEL HARRIS OIL CO., INC. 68.96 SUPPLIES 2245 KINNUNEN SALES & RENTALS, INC 15.00 SERVICES 2246 LIONEL HARRIS OIL CO., INC. 21.18 SUPPLIES 2247 KIRBY SMITH MACHINERY, INC. 18.99 SUPPLIES 2248 KIRBY SMITH MACHINERY, INC. 44.92 SUPPLIES " 2249 CUSHING LUMBER CO. 199.80 SUPPLIES 2250 KEYSTONE EQUIPMENT CO., INC. 146.79 SUPPLIES 2251 INLAND TRUCK PARTS CO. 259.96 SUPPLIES 2252 FLECK BEARING CO., INC. 79.22 SUPPLIES 2253 LIONEL HARRIS OIL CO., INC. 37.96 SUPPLIES 2254 KIRBY SMITH MACHINERY, INC. 32.41 SUPPLIES ~" 2255 LIONEL HARRIS OIL CO., INC. 510.00 SUPPLIES 2256 LIONEL HARRIS OIL CO., INC. 479.87 SUPPLIES 2257 INLAND TRUCK PARTS CO. 266.90 SUPPLIES '2258 ~ROW-BURLING/~ME CO: ..... 224.93 "SUPPLIES ~' '~" 2259 LIONEL HARRIS OIL Ot0., INC. 37,79 SUPPUEB 2260 LIONEL HARRIS OIL CO., INC. 7.00 SUPPLIES 2261 MONTAGE ENTERPRISES, INC. 100.50 SUPPLIES 2262 LIONEL HARRIS OIL CO., INC. 1220.45 SUPPLIES 2263 PACE MARKETING 690.65 SUPPLIES 2264 CUSHING RADIATOR 50.00 SERVICES 2265 STEWART STONE, INC. 3763.80 SUPPLIES 2266 PERKINS BUILDERS SUPPLY, INC. 21.76 SUPPLIES 2267 LIONEL HARRIS OIL CO., INC. 153.50 SUPPLIES 2268 ATWOOD'S FARM PLAN 6.52 SUPPLIES 2269 LIONEL HARRIS OIL CO., INC. 8236.30 SUPPLIES 2270 STEWART STONE, INC. 1051.07 SUPPLIES 2271 LIONEL HARRIS OIL CO., INC. 1885.00 SUPPLIES 2272 LOGAN CO. ASPHALT 837.20 SUPPLIES 2273 BRAD MARBLE COMPANY 630.00 SUPPLIES HEALTH DEPARTMENT 520 A & M PEST SERVICES, INC. 75.00 SUPPLIES 521 BISWELL, JEREMIAH TODD 180.00 SUPPLIES 522 FENTON OFFICE MART 26.00 SUPPLIES 523 LOWE'S COMPANIES, INC. 11.46 SUPPLIES 524 OKLA. STATE STUDENT 175.00 SUPPLIES 525 SCHROEDER, HERMAN J. 87.50 SUPPLIES 526 STILLWATER PRIVATE SECURITY 305.10 SUPPLIES 527 WALMARTCOMMUNITYBRC 170.03 SUPPLIES 528 CHANNING BETE CO., INC. 135.88 SUPPLIES SHERIFF SERVICES FEE 70 STAPLES 73.92 SUPPLIES 71 LIONEL HARRIS OIL CO., INC. 9564.50 SUPPLIES Approved 07/23/01 to 07/23/01 ...FY 2001-2002 War# Issued To: Amount Reason Issued: GENERAL FUND 58 A T & T WIRELESS SERVICES 136.46 SERVICES 59 GALL'S, INC. 83.96 SUPPLIES 60 BEAU'S AUTO GLASS 276.62 SUPPLIES 61 SKAGGS COMPANIES, INC. 135.96 SUPPLIES 62 TULSA WORLD PUBLISHING CO. ' 180.00 SUBSCRIPTION 63 OKLA. NATURAL GAS 12.51 UTILITIES 64 CITYOF STILLWATER 122.57 UTILITIES 65 STILLWATER TYPEWRITER CO.,INC 26.85 SERVICES 66 OKLA. DEPT. OF PUBLIC SAFETY350.00 SERVICES 67 DIGITAL-COWBOY.COM, INC. 29.95 SERVICES 68 POSTMASTER 42.00 SUPPLIES 69 MERRIFIELD OFFICE SUPPLY 26.95 SUPPLIES 70 STILLWATER TYPEWRITER CO.,INC 126.90 SUPPLIES 71 UNDERGROUND VAULTS & 456.80 SERVICES 72 BANCFIRST 55.00 SERVICES 73 CONNECTING POINT COMPUTER 145.00 SUPPLIES 74 HYPERNET SOLUTIONS, INC. 600.00 SERVICES 75 PITNEY BOWLS, INC. 259.00 MAINTENANCE 76 BENTLEY SYSTEMS, INC. 625.00 SERVICES 77 STILLWATER TYPEWRITER CO.,INC 9.95 SERVICES 78 CITY OF STILLWATER 295.27 UTILITIES 79 A T & T 173.94 SERVICES 80 A T & T 135,49 SERVICES 81 WOOD & SONS PAVING 36952.96 SUPPLIES 82 WOOD & SONS PAVING 55429.44 SERVICES 83 POSTMASTER 272.00 SUPPLIES 84 B & C BUSINESS PRODUCTS 42.27 SUPPLIES HIGHWAY CASH 16 AVERT PEST ELIMINATION, INC. 30.00 SERVICES 17 CITY OF DRUMRIGHT 521.00 SERVICES 18 G. W. VAN KEPPEL CO. 42.94 SUPPLIES 19 MIKE'S EQUIPMENT REPAIR, INC. 567.75 SERVICES 20 SHOUMAKE REFRIGERATION AND 244.50 SUPPLIES 21 OKLA. NATURAL GAS 74.01 UTILITIES 22 CITY OF STILLwATER 363.71 UTILITIES BOARD OF PRISONERS 1 ELITE EQUIPMENT CO., INC.225.00 SERVICES HEALTH DEPARTMENT 9 BAD BRAD'S BBQ 55.00 SUPPLIES 10 OKLA. DEPT. OF HUMAN SERVICES35.20 SERVICES 11 INTERMEDIA COMMUNICATIONS 108.79 SERVICES 12 IONEX TELECOMMUNICATIONS, INC235.29 SERVICES 13 IONExTELECOMMUNICATIONS, INC 138.74 SERVICES 14 OKLA. NATURAL GAS 81.95UTILITIES FAIRBOARD CASH 2 SHOWTIME DISPLAY & GRAPHICS 1140.00 SUPPLIES 3 PAYNE CO. EXTENSION CENTER 328.25 SUPPLIES Deedng made the motion to adjourn. Arthur seconded. Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye; Deenng, aye. Motion carried. Sherd Schieffer County Clerk The Payne County Board of Commissioners met in a Regular Meeting, Tues- day, July 31, 2001. Notice of the meeting was made by posting an agenda in accordance with the Open Meeting Law. The following were present: Gloria Hesser, Chairman; Jim Arthur, Vice-Chairman; Sherri Schieffer, County Clerk~ Absent: Bill Deedng, Member The Chairman called the meeting to order at 9:00 a.m. The meeting was open~ with prayer and flag salute. Mr. Larry Poindexter, NRCS, presented road projects to be funded by the , Emergency Watershed Protection Program. The County will be required to' provide 25% of the total installation cost as cash or in-kind services. Estimated project cost is $255,000. The areas selected received damage to county roads and bridges as a result of thet~lay, 2001 storms: Distdct #1 -1)Schlegal Road & 9 ; 2)Deep Rock Road Between Norfolk and Harmony;3) Oak Grove Road between Granstaff and Hwy 55 ~' District #3- 1)t~t~/ildhorse Creek Bridge on Cottonwood Road; "' County Roadside on 140-' St. Between Redlands and Cottonwood Road..,, Arthur made the motion to approve the Emergency Watershed Programs with NRCS as outlined. Motion carded: Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye. Mr. John StanfJll, presented the modified agreement with CGI for Long , ,i Distance Service. The modifications have been reviewed by the District Attorney. Arthur made the motion to approve the Agreement as modified oq this date. Motion carded. Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye. , Central Oklahoma Community Action Agency submitted a request to display banner advertising COCAA/IPRA Stillwater Rodeo benefiting area non-profit organizations. Arthur made the motion to approve the request.. Motion .,, carded Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye. Health Department submitted service contract for Mr. Jerry B/swell for maintenance work at the Health Department facility. Arthur made the motion'I to approve the contract.. Motion carried. Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye. County Treasurer property property reported on property acquired by Resale that abuts public owned by the City of Stillwater. The Treasurer recommended the , be deeded to City of Stillwater by the following Resolution: 01-55 .' Authorizing the Conveyance of County Owned Property ~ ~; Whera~ Oklahoma Statutes Title 19 Section 349, provide~'~ that county commi=mloners of counties of the State of Oklahoma ale. authorized and empowered to execute offers to convey lands and tO, execute deeds of conveyances on such lands as are owned by such counties, acquired through gift, purchase, condemnation or tax resale, end no longer needed for county purposes, to the United States of American an any city, town, or school district said county, for a consideration to be determined by such commissioners, to aid the : ; United States of American or any city of town within the said county iB the acquisition of such lands. ~ " And Whereas on June 11, 2001, the Payne County Treasur~. did offer for sale certain parcels of land by virtue of Tax Resale, as ~ provided for in Oklahoma Statues Title 68 Section 3125, and where4s, ., certain property was "bid off" to the county as provided in Oklahoma Statutes, Title 68, Section 3129. .~ " Therefore be it Resolved that said Resolution shall be the .' authority for the Chairman of the Board of County Commissioners of Peyne County ie Issue s Quit Claim Deed to the City of St/I/water for~ ; portion of CT-23-19N-2E-B291. Tract beginning at a point 155 feet South end 140 feet West of the Southeast corner of Block 9, Barne~.' i Addition, thence 10 feet North, thence 300 feet West, thence 10' South,; thence 300' East to the POB of the Indian .~ridlan, Stlllwater, Okla- homa. Pesud and approved this 31 day of July 2001. Arthur made the motion that the described property is no longer needed by Payne County and to authorize the gift of the property to the City of Stillwater as set forth in Resolution 01-55. Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye. Motion carried.. The Treasurer presented a bid on a portion of County owned property. The Treasurer recommended a survey be made on the property. Arthur made the, motion to authodze the survey of the property and to proceed with the sale in accordance with law. Motion carried: Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye. Health Department presented a service contract with Herman Schroeder for lawn care. Arthur made the motion to approve the contract and authorize Chair to sign. Motion carried: Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye. Cheri Hall, Assessor, presented Remote Access contract with Tim Dolezat," Dolezal Appraisal. Arthur made the motion to approve the contract. Motion' carried: Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye. The Chairman presented elevator maintenance agreement with ThyssesnKrupp. Arthur made the motion to approve the contract. Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye. Motion carried. Arthur presented Resolution #54- ., PA YNE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS THREE-EIGHTHS CENT COUNTY SALES TAX ROAD MONEY . NO~VqCATIONRESOLUTiON ' ~, '~ 68"Pu.n Resolution # 2001-54 Street (Rose Road to SH108) Single Chip and Seal ;~ ~ ,% WHEREAS, Payne County passed a County Sales Tax with 53 percent desig~ nated to be used for capital improvements on county roads, and W~RF-.AS, Payne County District 1 has chosen as a pdodty project f mile of 68 street, east from Rose Road to SH108 for single chip and seat surfacing, and WHEREAS, this road is a bus route, mail route, and has a high traffic coudt;, NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Payne County authodzbs use;qf an estimated $20,000 of said sales tax funds for the project described aboy~; Arthur made the motion to approve the Resolutions 2001-54. Motion carried: Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye. ,, The Clerk submitted bid evaluation from Bill Deenng, for bid 2002-04, Rooi,., Repair, accepting Harry Sneed for roof repair as the lowest and best. Motion carded: Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye. The Chairman presented invoice for bridge inspection from Brawley Engineering in the amount of $404.25; and Payne County, $23.00. Arthur., made the motion to approve and forward to ODOT for payment. Arthur, aye;, Hesser, aye. Arthur made the motion to table Hazard Mitigation Grant Program. Arthuri'' aye; Hesser, aye. Motion carded. . ,. j' The Board reViewed the evaluation of Bid 01-50, Cold Patch Material. Arthu, r made the motion to accept Logan Co. Asphalt for Cold Patch Materials for " Distdct #3. Motion carried: Hesser, aye; Arthur, aye. ~ . The Clerk reported Claims were forwarded to the Insurance Company- Ahce~ Smith, $125,00 and Bill Petty, $100.00 The Clerk presented Requisition and Receiving Officers: Department Requisition Receiving Diamond Valley Judy German Paula Jones High Prairie Donald Albnght ' Lane Burton Joe Burton Solid Waste Gloria Hesser Rathe Hodges Bill Deedng Jim Arthur Commission Glona Hesser Retha Hodges Bill Deedng David R/chord Jim Arthur ~ ' Nathan Anderson ,= Extension Health Fair Board County Clerk R/play Vicky Davis Vickie Hughes Shenff Noel Bagwell C,R. Palmer Election Board Cathy Gil Lonzetta Garrett Stillwater Larry Mill/kin Mark Adams Rudy Cryer Alvin Rains Jim Morgan Treasurer Bonita Stadler Glenda Jardot Norma Payne Sharon Nickels Distdct Attorney Robert Hudson Luke Duet Dana Wheatley Anna Focht Kathy Franklin Bogus Check Robert Hudson Melissa Wells Paula Wadley Danielle Konlman Dana Wheatley Hillery Rippee Court Clerk Lisa Lambert Annette Gregg Lisa Cundiff James Matlock Fred Young Sherd Schieffer Linda Haffieid G. W. Davis Brad Lemons Cad Hiner Kenneth Willerton Glenna Craig Sara Smith Fern Downey Tami Hicks ,'.. Lisa icKnight " ;~ Sara Hesser ,' ,If Michael Benson Jane Swank ' i% i ,%,~ t , t tt~ tit tt~ Missy Brunstetter , The Clerk presented Blanket Purchase Ord~r~. r~; ........... ~! Force Sheriff. Extensior Revaluo*=-,.- ~. L.._;_.., ---,=-,~[~t[omey, urug lasl,, Build/n- E---" ..... ,. _. .= ..... ~ecuon BoarD, L~eneral Governmer~t~ made ~e m~eertoU~Sp';Crtov~e't~;ab#a3n'kHetaluthDepartment, Fairboard. Arfhu~: p ase oraers. Motion carr ed: c~ Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye. .~ The Clerk presented minutes of 7-23-01, Arthur made the motion to ~ approve. Motion carried: Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye. The following Bids were opened: 2oo2-o2 Sale of Scrap Iron ~, 1. Cushing Metals, Cushing 2. HEW Waste Systems, Stillwater 2002-03 Truck Tractors 1. Enid Mack Sales, Inc, Enid .', no b~ 2. Bruckner's Mack Truck, Oklahoma City no~.~